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With the Bruins holding a hammerlock 3-0 series lead over the Blues in the 1970 Stanley Cup Finals, St. Louis fought Boston to a 3-3 tie in regulation of Game 4 at The Garden, forcing overtime. Just 40 seconds into the extra period, Boston's Bobby Orr scored one of the most iconic goals in hockey history. Not only did his goal win the game and the Cup for the Bruins, but also the image of Orr flying through the air with arms raised is arguably the most famous on-ice freeze frame moment of all-time. Orr's goal has been immortalized in statues, paintings and more.

Text: Abe Schwadron, SI.com
Photo: Bruce Bennett Studios/Getty Images

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