Greatest Canucks Plays Coasters

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

1994 Western Conference Quarterfinals: Game 7, The Double OT Winner
2011 Western Conference Quarterfinals: Game 7, Slaying the Dragon
1994 Western Conference Finals: Game 5, "Greg Adams!" into the Stanley Cup!
2010 Regular Season, THAT Sedin Brothers Goal

Rest your pint on history.

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1994 Western Conference Quarterfinals: Game 7
The Double OT Winner
Vancouver vs Calgary
4 - 3
Olympic Saddledome, Calgary, ABThe 1994 playoff run all began in the first round, losing the series 3-1, Vancouver rattled off three straight back-to-back-to-back overtime winning goals, culminating with Bure deking the goalie in double OT of Game 7 and clinching the series.

2011 Western Conference Quarterfinals: Game 7
Slaying the Dragon
Vancouver vs Chicago
2 - 1
Rogers Arena, Vancouver, BCAfter losing to Chicago in the playoffs for two straight seasons, Vancouver squandered a 3-0 lead and allowed Chicago to force a game 7. Fans were nervous, and of course fear crept in that Chicago still had their number. The nailbiter went into OT only for Burrows to finally slay the dragon!

1994 Western Conference Finals: Game 5
"Greg Adams!" into the Stanley Cup!
Vancouver vs Toronto
4 - 3
Pacific Coliseum, Vancouver, BCAs the seven seed, it seemed improbable that the Canucks would be one win away from reaching the Stanley Cup, leading the WCF series 3-1. Playing in front of hometown fans, game 5 went into Double OT where Greg Adams found himself in front of the net only14 seconds after the puck dropped.

2010 Regular Season
THAT Sedin Brothers Goal
Vancouver vs Calgary
7 - 3
General Motors Place, Vancouver, BCA moment of pure magic from the Sedin brothers. A through the legs no-look pass followed up by a between the legs goal. Vancouver fans were blessed to have the Sedin brothers for their careers and his play highlights their talent like none other.