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Favorite Dan Cleary Moment or Play

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Favorite Dan Cleary Moment or Play   108 members have voted

  1. 1. Favorite Dan Cleary Moment or Play

    • Penalty shot goal against Calgary in the 2007 playoffs
      5
    • Fight with Chris Pronger
      6
    • Becoming the first player from Newfoundland to skate the Cup
      12
    • Laying out Dion Phaneuf in the 2007 playoffs
      14
    • GWG against Anaheim in game 7 of the 2009 playoffs
      42
    • Any play where he falls down
      19
    • Other
      4

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I chose the Pronger fight, I remember watching at the time and not believing that he was actually doing it...then the moment he prays for the refs...

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I chose the Pronger fight, I remember watching at the time and not believing that he was actually doing it...then the moment he prays for the refs...

Well they went on to win the cup. So maybe we need Cleary to get in a fight this year :)

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Well they went on to win the cup. So maybe we need Cleary to get in a fight this year :)

I have to give him props for going up against Baby Huey.

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Edited by Hockeymom1960

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When he crashes the net

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Best part of that is he doesnt seem to have been pushed and the puck is on the other side of the ice lol

Edited by WingsallTheway

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Best part of that is he doesnt seem to have been pushed and the puck is on the other side of the ice lol

Agreed. It's up there with the St. Louis Blue d-man who faceplants into the glass gif for comedy (I think it was Colaiacovo, so there's the Wings connection.)

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Agreed. It's up there with the St. Louis Blue d-man who faceplants into the glass gif for comedy (I think it was Colaiacovo, so there's the Wings connection.)

Was definately coliacavo. That gif was also way funnier based on his freakish ability of getting injured

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Best part of that is he doesnt seem to have been pushed and the puck is on the other side of the ice lol

Never trust a gif.

He was crosschecked in the back prior to running into the crossbar. Part of the reason he reacts the way he does is it looks like he hits his face on the crossbar.

And he was going hard to the net to get open for a pass or rebound. It probably looks unfamiliar because he's one of the few Wings players who does it.

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Never trust a gif.

He was crosschecked in the back prior to running into the crossbar. Part of the reason he reacts the way he does is it looks like he hits his face on the crossbar.

And he was going hard to the net to get open for a pass or rebound. It probably looks unfamiliar because he's one of the few Wings players who does it.

Great job with the context. I'd forgotten about that. The gif is funny but not the whole story. Danny gets a pass from me on it, but I can't help chuckling at the gig when I see it.

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Never trust a gif.

He was crosschecked in the back prior to running into the crossbar. Part of the reason he reacts the way he does is it looks like he hits his face on the crossbar.

And he was going hard to the net to get open for a pass or rebound. It probably looks unfamiliar because he's one of the few Wings players who does it.

I trust the magical ref gif :)

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I trust the magical ref gif :)

No matter how many times I watch that one, I still can't figure out a plausible theory on how the ref appears like that.

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