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And no surprise the mistrake involves hockey. In their season preview the did the top games in NHL history. This is in the honorable mention part.

? Stars-Sabres, Game 7 of 1999 Cup finals: Brett Hull's controversial in-the-crease goal stands and the Stars lift Lord Stanley.

1 problem, the series didn't go 7 games. The Hull goal happened in Game 6. If the Sabres had won the game it would have forced a game seven but the goal happened in game 6. Way to go ESPN.

http://sports.espn.go.com/nhl/preview2005/...tory?id=2172429

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And no surprise the mistrake involves hockey. In their season preview the did the top games in NHL history. This is in the honorable mention part.
? Stars-Sabres, Game 7 of 1999 Cup finals: Brett Hull's controversial in-the-crease goal stands and the Stars lift Lord Stanley.

1 problem, the series did go 7 games. The Hull goal happened in Game 6. If the Sabres had won the game it would have forced a game seven but the goal happened in game 6. Way to go ESPN.

http://sports.espn.go.com/nhl/preview2005/...tory?id=2172429

Irony.

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And no surprise the mistrake involves hockey. In their season preview the did the top games in NHL history. This is in the honorable mention part.
? Stars-Sabres, Game 7 of 1999 Cup finals: Brett Hull's controversial in-the-crease goal stands and the Stars lift Lord Stanley.

1 problem, the series did go 7 games. The Hull goal happened in Game 6. If the Sabres had won the game it would have forced a game seven but the goal happened in game 6. Way to go ESPN.

http://sports.espn.go.com/nhl/preview2005/...tory?id=2172429

Irony.

No, ESPN broke into this site and changed my post to try to cover their mistake. Or I just didn't proofread.

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And no surprise the mistrake involves hockey. In their season preview the did the top games in NHL history. This is in the honorable mention part.
? Stars-Sabres, Game 7 of 1999 Cup finals: Brett Hull's controversial in-the-crease goal stands and the Stars lift Lord Stanley.

1 problem, the series did go 7 games. The Hull goal happened in Game 6. If the Sabres had won the game it would have forced a game seven but the goal happened in game 6. Way to go ESPN.

http://sports.espn.go.com/nhl/preview2005/...tory?id=2172429

Irony.

No, ESPN broke into this site and changed my post to try to cover their mistake. Or I just didn't proofread.

Oh, nevermind then.

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