Today in Sports History: May 10
On May 10, 1970, Bobby Orr scored one of the most iconic goals in NHL history as he flew through the air. Just 40 seconds into overtime of Game 4 of the 1970 Stanley Cup Playoffs, Orr received Derek Sanderson's pass from behind the net and was able to beat Blues goaltender Glenn Hall to make it 4-3 just before being tripped by St. Louis defenseman Noel Picard. The Bruins swept the Blues in four games resulting in Boston hoisting the Stanley Cup for the first time in 29 years.
The image of Orr flying through the air as he celebrates the 1970 Stanley Cup winning goal is among the most famous moments in sports history, and we are here to celebrate it!
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