1990 NHL playoffs

Twenty-six years ago on this date…

On May 15, 1990, the Stanley Cup Finals between the Oilers and Bruins opened in Boston – and it turned out to be a marathon. It was early next morning when seldom-used Edmonton forward Petr Klima ended things in triple-overtime. It’s still the longest Cup Finals game in history.

What if the Bruins had won that game? I still think they would have won that series for their first Cup since 1972.

What if Glen Wesley hadn’t missed in the second overtime?