Heroes of Hockey Night: 6 moments defined these stars
When 6 NHL stars became legends
It's a barroom argument within a barroom argument.
Round one: Name six of your all-time favourite forwards in hockey. For this one, we're going with Phil Esposito, Guy Lafleur, Sidney Crosby, Mark Messier, Steve Yzerman, and Darryl Sittler.
Here's part two: What are the single defining moments in their careers? We called in the heavy hitters to settle that one.
Legends of the game, Bob Cole and Dick Irvin, on six hockey moments for the ages, which are commemorated in a limited series of Canada Post stamps.
Guy Lafleur scored over 600 times in the NHL. Irvin and Cole reflect on his most famous goal.
Irvin and Cole remember Phil Esposito's leadership and dominance in Canada's 1972 Summit Series victory over the Soviet Union.
Cole and Irvin discuss the memorable Game 7 double-OT winner that elevated Steve Yzerman to legendary status.
Cole and Irvin talk about one of the most amazing performances they have ever seen: Darryl Sittler's 10-point night.
Some said Sidney Crosby was too young to be a team captain. Irvin and Cole on how Sid the Kid proved his critics wrong.
Irvin and Cole remember how Mark Messier rallied the Oilers to a Stanley Cup win after the Great One was traded to Los Angeles.
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