Relive four of the greatest moments in Montreal hockey history. Each set comes with four laser-etched coasters depicting these historic plays:
1979 Stanley Cup Semis: Game 7 vs Boston - Guy Lafleur's goal
1992 Adams Division Semis: Game 7 vs Hartford - Courtnall's 2OT goal
1993 Stanley Cup Finals: Game 2 vs Los Angeles - Desjardins hat trick
2002 Eastern Conference Quarters: Game 6 vs Boston - Theodore robs Guerin
These slate coasters are laser-etched indelibly into the stone itself.
- Size: 4" x 4" x 0.25" per coaster
- Weight: 0.25lbs (4oz)
- Natural edge
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1979 Stanley Cup Semis: Game 7
Guy Lafleur's goal
Montreal vs Boston
5 - 4
10 May, 1979
Montreal would go on to win the Stanley Cup, but early in the playoffs they were facing elmination in Game 7 against Boston. Boston was up 4 - 3 late in the 3rd, when they picked up a penatly for too many men on the ice. Guy Lafleur raced up the ice to take the pass from Jacques Lemaire and hit a powerful slap shot from behind the top of the circle. The iconic goal forced overtime where Yvon Lambert would get the game-winner.
1992 Adams Division Semis: Game 7
Courtnall's 2OT goal
Montreal vs Hartford
3 - 2
1 May, 1992
Game 7 of the 1992 Adams Division Semifinal was one of the most exciting games ever played in the Montreal Forum. Hartford had forced the 7th game, but now Montreal had a chance to win it at home. At the end of regulation it was tied up at 2 apiece, and the first OT came and went without a goal. Five minutes into the second OT Shayne Corson passed to Gilbert Dionne behind the net who found Russ Courtnall in front of the net for the game-winner.
1993 Stanley Cup Finals: Game 2
Desjardins hat trick
Montreal vs Los Angeles
3 - 2
3 June, 1993
After losing Game 1 of the 1993 Stanley Cup Finals (the only game they would lose) Montreal was determined to win Game 2 at home. Montreal won on the back of Eric Desjardins, who became the only defenseman ever to record a hat trick in the Stanley Cup Finals. His third goal game under a minute into overtime when he missed a shot, got the puck back from Benoit Brunet, and the scored the game-winner. Montreal would go on to beat Los Angeles in 5 games to win their 24th Stanley Cup.
2002 Eastern Conference Quarters: Game 6
Theodore robs Guerin
Montreal vs Boston
2 - 1
29 April, 2002
Montreal was underdog facing #1 seed Boston in the 2002 Eastern Conference Quarterfinals. But Montreal was up 3 games to 2 in Game 6 and looking to win it at home. Ten minutes into the 3rd period, Montreal was up 2 - 1 but Boston was turning up the heat. That's when Jose Theodore had one of the greatest saves ever. Boston took a shot that bounced off the post on Theodore's left side and slid behind him to the right. With Boston's Bill Buerin trying to knock it in, Theodore manages to go behind his back to block the shot.