Down But Not Out Paul Kariya '03





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Published on May 26, 2013

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One of the most dramatic moments ever in the Stanley Cup Finals. With his team down 3 to 2 in game 6 of the Stanley Cup Final, Ducks captain, Paul Kariya cuts into the middle of the ice at the pond in Anaheim. As Kariya dumps the puck into the New Jersey zone, Devils captain Scott Stevens pinches in and delivers a signature devastating hit. Kariya's head is rocked into the hard ice and his visor is knocked into the front of his face. After lying motionless for several seconds, Kariya "came back to life" with a cough that produced a cloud of condensation on his visor. Minutes later, Kariya dramatically returns to the Anaheim bench and proceeds to score the game winning goal with a rocket of a slap shot past Devils goaltender Martin Broduer.

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