Danny Briere’s Winner From Section 115

Kyle Scott —  April 30, 2012 — 14 Comments

Video via reader Brent, who had this rinkside seat as Danny Briere scored his second overtime goal… of the day. Notice how the whole play was made possible by James van Riemsdyk taking the puck to the net.

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14 responses to Danny Briere’s Winner From Section 115

  1. JAM!!!

  2. JVR must have found his man card in an old pair of jeans or something. He found that gear which had been missing since the series against Buffalo in the 2011 post season.

  3. Laviolette’s Lip Scar April 30, 2012 at 9:17 am

    Danny…take the condom off, I want you to finish inside me.

  4. That is the good JVR…Why does he not play that way every game. He has so much speed and size just drive hard to the net.
    He is so inconsistent and I feel all hes doing is driving his stock up to be traded in the off season.
    Have to replace Pronger.

  5. Hey Wellwood Created Chances As Well…Give him $4.25/per April 30, 2012 at 9:37 am

    Gotta love the “shoot!” “shoot!” fans.

  6. Does anyone else think that Voracek deflected that goal? It rises off of Briere stick and begins going down at a sharp angle.

  7. Yo MPH I taped it just to get my random first name on CB, and because it gets boring watching every OT winner just thru plex. Was kinda hoping to gain your approval but guess you’ll have to suck it instead.

  8. JVR is exactly the type of big body speed combo we’ll need in a Rags series, great to see this line starting to click big time and he hasn’t even hit his stride yet. Awesome.

  9. SHOOOOOT! SHOOOOOT!!!

  10. Camerawork via Briere Witch Project
    But thanks – cool view

  11. Very diverse crowd

  12. MPH – Who the fuck even looks thru a camera lens anymore? it’s the 21st century, pop.

  13. thepresentisnow April 30, 2012 at 12:53 pm

    @ CeeJrun – that is how gravity works

  14. JVR has a small dick. I should know, I fucked him.

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