On Thursday January 1, 2015, Troy Brouwer scored one of the biggest goals of his career. I’d say biggest, but he also scored in the Stanley Cup Finals.
Brouwer’s father Don, who had a stroke five years ago, was able to come to Nats Park to watch the moment firsthand. Our friends, the Brouwer Rangers, captured the goal with some terrific GoPro footage. This is a fairy-tale goal in many ways. I may never ever get sick of it– just like Joe Juneau’s Eastern Conference Finals goal way back in 1998.
So here are some new views of Brouwer’s goal. We’ve got the ref cam, the net cam, and then a bunch of awesome new photos you haven’t seen yet. #BrouwerPouwer
Photos: Patrick McDermott
Photos: Dave Sandford
Photo: Amanda Bowen. See all her awesome Winter Classic photos here.
— Alan Dobbins (@beisboI) January 4, 2015
Headline photo: Photo: Jeff Vinnick
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