In 1970, Bruins defenseman Bobby Orr scored one of the most famous goals in NHL history.
It was Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Finals and it was overtime.
Orr collected a pass from Derek Sanderson, slid one by goalie Glenn Hall and proceed to fly through the air in jubilation courtesy of Blues d-man Noel Picard.
The goal, as well as the 4-0 sweep of the Blues, brought the Bruins the Cup for the first time in 29 years.
Here's the video:
Last night in Columbus Sabres young gun Marcus Foligno found himself flying Orr-like through the air after his second goal of the game:
Special thanks to theoryneutral and the NHL for access to those two videos.