Jack Studnicka Highlights | 2018 Oshawa Generals (OHL)

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Game 7 Series Winning Goals [2010–2018]

2010: 1. 0:00 4/27 CQF Pavel Datsyuk Final Score: 6–1 2. 0:14 4/28 CQF Dominic Moore Final Score: 2–1 3. 0:36 5/12 CSF Michael Cammalleri Final Score: 5–2 4. 0:57 5/14 CSF Simon Gagné Final Score: 4–3 2011: 1. 1:25 4/26 CQF Claude Giroux Final Score: 5–2 2. 1:39 4/26 CQF Alexandre Burrows* Final Score: 2–1 OT 3. 2:13 4/27 CQF Nathan Horton* Final Score: 4–3 OT 4. 2:32 4/27 CQF Sean Bergenheim Final Score: 1–0 5. 2:48 5/12 CSF Patrick Marleau Final Score: 3–2 6. 2:58 5/27 CF Nathan Horton Final Score: 1–0 7. 3:19 6/15 F Patrice Bergeron Final Score: 4–0 2012: 1. 3:38 4/25 CQF Joel Ward* Final Score: 2–1 OT 2. 3:53 4/26 CQF Daniel Girardi Final Score: 2–1 3. 4:16 4/26 CQF Adam Henrique Final Score: 3–2 2OT 4. 4:38 5/12 CSF Michael Del Zotto Final Score: 2–1 2013: 1. 4:54 5/12 CQF Valtteri Filppula Final Score: 3–2 2. 5:09 5/13 CQF Arron Asham Final Score: 5–0 3. 5:20 5/13 CQF Patrice Bergeron* Final Score: 5–4 OT 4. 5:46 5/28 CSF Justin Williams Final Score: 2–1 5. 6:48 5/29 CSF Brent Seabrook* Final Score: 2–1 OT 2014: 1. 7:22 4/30 FR Benoît Pouliot Final Score: 2–1 2. 7:50 4/30 FR Nino Niederreiter* Final Score: 5–4 OT 3. 8:03 4/30 FR Anže Kopitar Final Score: 5–1 4. 8:41 5/13 SR Brad Richards Final Score: 2–1 5. 9:02 5/14 SR Max Pacioretty Final Score: 3–1 6. 9:26 5/16 SR Mike Richards Final Score: 6–2 7. 9:55 6/1 CF Alec Martinez* Final Score: 5–4 OT 2015: 1. 10:57 4/27 FR Evgeny Kuznetsov Final Score: 2–1 2. 11:14 4/29 FR Braydon Coburn Final Score: 2–0 3. 11:41 5/13 SR Derek Stepan* Final Score: 2–1 OT 4. 12:24 5/29 CF Alex Killorn Final Score: 2–0 5. 12:44 5/30 CF Marián Hossa Final Score: 5–3 2016: 1. 13:00 4/25 FR Troy Brouwer Final Score: 3–2 2. 13:27 4/27 FR Paul Gaustad Final Score: 2–1 3. 13:47 5/11 SR Paul Stastny Final Score: 6–1 4. 14:10 5/12 SR Joe Pavelski Final Score: 5–0 5. 14:24 5/26 CF Bryan Rust Final Score: 2–1 2017: 1. 14:59 5/10 SR Bryan Rust Final Score: 2–0 2. 15:24 5/10 SR Nick Ritchie Final Score: 2–1 3. 15:39 5/25 CF Chris Kunitz* Final Score: 3–2 2OT 2018: 1. 16:03 4/25 FR Jake DeBrusk Final Score: 7–4 2. 16:28 5/10 SR Paul Stastny Final Score: 5–1 3. 16:42 5/23 CF Alexander Ovechkin Final Score: 4–0 I do not own any NHL content. I do not monetize from these videos either. All credit goes to the NHL and the players who scored the goals.

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DeBrusk’s coming-out party hit its peak Wednesday night, as he scored two goals in a decisive Game 7 win over the Toronto Maple Leafs. For the series, DeBrusk had five goals and two assists. On a team that features the likes of Patrice Bergeron, Brad Marchand, David Pastrnak, David Krejci, Rick Nash and Zdeno Chara, DeBrusk was the most consistent player in Black and Gold. He never seemed afraid of the moment, yapping at any and all Leafs who gave him the time of day. When it mattered most, he took his game to another level. “He’s … there’s something inside of him that not many guys have,” B’s defenseman Torey Krug told reporters after Game 7. ” … It’s … when he wants it, he’s going to get it, so he’s a great player for us.” Don’t be surprised if DeBrusk ends up being the rock of the Bruins’ dynamic young core for years to come. if you have and recommendations / suggestions for a future video a player an song or different type a comment below Leave a LIKE on this video for more Find us on... ►Twitter : https://twitter.com/NHLTiMeSHD #NHLTiMeS

Connor McDavid 2017-18 Season Highlights | Art Ross & Ted Lindsay Trophy Winner

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