Game 1, 2006 Stanley Cup finals vs. Edmonton. The Hurricanes tied the biggest comeback in finals history, erasing a three-goal deficit before Andrew Ladd collided with Oilers goalie Dwayne Roloson behind the net. When backup Ty Conklin misplayed the puck behind the net, captain Rod Brind’Amour swept in to score the game-winner with 32 seconds to play..
Game 1, 2006 Stanley Cup finals vs. Edmonton. The Hurricanes tied the biggest comeback in finals history, erasing a three-goal deficit before Andrew Ladd collided with Oilers goalie Dwayne Roloson behind the net. When backup Ty Conklin misplayed the puck behind the net, captain Rod Brind’Amour swept in to score the game-winner with 32 seconds to play..
Game 1, 2006 Stanley Cup finals vs. Edmonton. The Hurricanes tied the biggest comeback in finals history, erasing a three-goal deficit before Andrew Ladd collided with Oilers goalie Dwayne Roloson behind the net. When backup Ty Conklin misplayed the puck behind the net, captain Rod Brind’Amour swept in to score the game-winner with 32 seconds to play..

Game 1, 2006 Stanley Cup finals vs. Edmonton

June 05, 2006 11:00 PM

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