Stars Greatest Plays Coasters

$50.00


Relive four of the greatest moments in Dallas hockey history. Each set comes with four laser-etched coasters depicting these historic plays:

Morrow's game-winner
America's greatest scorer
"Eddie's better!"
Hull's game-winner

Rest your pint on history.

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2008 Western Conference Semifinals: Game 6
Morrow's game-winner
Dallas vs. San Jose
2 - 1
May 4, 2008
American Airlines Center, Dallas, TX
Dallas took the first three games of the Conference Semifinals against San Jose before dropping the next two. Now back on their home ice for Game 6, they were looking to shut down San Jose and move on to the Conference Finals. Dallas scored first in the second period, but San Jose answered in the third and drove it to overtime. Three OTs later the score was still tied at one apiece. With 9 minutes gone in the fourth OT Dallas got a power play and Mike Ribeiro found Stephane Robidas, who passed to Brenden Morrow in front of the net. Morrow's game-winner propelled Dallas on to the Finals.
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2007 Regular Season
America's greatest scorer
Dallas vs. San Jose
3 - 1
November 7, 2007
HP Pavilion, San Jose, CA
Mike Modano is one of the greatest Dallas players, and in 2007 he became America's all time points leader. He broke the record, previously held by Phil Housley, scoring 2 goals against San Jose in the first 5 minutes of the game. The second goal, and record breaker, was a short-handed goal on a breakaway.
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2000 Western Conference Finals: Game 7
"Eddie's better!"
Dallas vs. Colorado
3 - 2
May 27, 2000
Reunion Arena, Dallas, TX
Game 7 of the 2000 Western Conference Finals was a battle of goalies. Prior to the game Eddie Belfour had declared before the game that he was just as good as Colorado's goalie Patrick Roy. By the third period of the game Dallas had taken a 3-2 lead and it was up to Belfour to hold on. The crowd was chanting "Eddie's better! Eddie's better!" and with the clock ticking down, Belfour made one last great save off a shot by Colorado's Ray Bourque.
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1999 Stanley Cup Finals: Game 6
Hull's game-winner
Dallas vs. Buffalo
2 - 1
June 19, 1999
Marine Midland Arena, Buffalo, NY
Dallas entered Game 6 of the 1999 Stanley Cup Finals up 3 games to 2. Jere Lehtinen scored first for Dallas but Buffalo answered back in the second period to tie the game. The game was still tied after two OTs, and almost fifteen minutes had passed in the third OT. Then Lehtinen took a shot from the circle and Brett Hull got the putback off the deflection. The goal won the game and netted Dallas their first Stanley Cup.
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