NHL – 1984 – 36th All Star Game – Campbell Conference Vs Wales Conference

DOG COMMENTARY: The 36th National Hockey League All-Star Game was held in Brendan Byrne Arena in East Rutherford….which was home to the New Jersey Devils….on January 31, 1984…as the scoring and shots chart tell the whole story of the game….whereby the Wales Conference shot the lights out in the 1st period scoring 5 goals from 5 different players….Joe Cirella, Denis Potvin, Rick Middleton, Mats Naslund…

NHL – 1985 – Stanley Cup Finals – Edmonton Oilers Vs Philadelphia Flyers – Game 5 – Period 1

DOG COMMENTARY: In order to get into the 1985 Stanley Cup Finals…..the Edmonton Oilers defeated the Los Angeles Kings 3–0….the Winnipeg Jets 4–0….and the Chicago Black Hawks 4–2 to advance to the finals….whereas, the  Philadelphia Flyers defeated the New York Rangers 3–0….the New York Islanders 4–1….and the Quebec Nordiques 4–2 to make it to the finals.   This was the second and last Stanley Cup Finals to use the…

Golf – 1987 – Masters Golf Championship – Final Round – Larry Mize + Seve Ballesteros + Greg Norman

DOG COMMENTARY: The 1987 U.S. Open was the 87th U.S. Open, held June 18–21 at the Olympic Club in San Francisco, California. Scott Simpsonpassed and held off 1982 champion Tom Watson on the Lake Course to win his only major title by one stroke. Eleven former champions were in the field and only four made the 36-hole cut. This was the third U.S. Open at the Lake Course of the Olympic…

NHL – 1985 – Stanley Cup Finals – Edmonton Oilers Vs Philadelphia Flyers – Game 4

DOG COMMENTARY: The 1985 Stanley Cup Finals was played between the defending champion Edmonton Oilers….who were in their 3rd straight Finals appearance….and the Philadelphia Flyers….as the Oilers would dominate the Cup in the best-of-seven series with a 4 – 1 games victory to win their second Stanley Cup. It was also the sixth straight Finals contested between teams that joined the NHL…

NHL – 1987 – All Star Game – Mario Lemieux MVP – Most Points In All Star Game

DOG COMMENTARY: The 39th National Hockey League All-Star Game was held in the St. Louis Arena in St. Louis on February 9, 1988….which is home to the St. Louis Blues….as Pittsburgh Penguins’ center Mario Lemieux recorded six points (3–3–6)….and scored the game-winner in overtime to lead the Wales Conference to a thrilling 6–5 victory. Lemieux’s six points broke the previous record for most points in an All-Star Game….which…

NHL – 1985 – Stanley Cup Finals – Edmonton Oilers Vs Philadelphia Flyers – Game 4 – 3rd Period

DOG ASIDE: Entering the 3rd period of Game 4 of the 1985 Stanley Cup Finals between the Edmonton Oilers verses the Philadelphia Flyers….the Oilers had a 5 – 3 scoring lead….with a 2 games to 1 lead in the series…. when unbowed…. the Flyers leapt to a 3–1 lead midway through the first period thanks…

NCAA Swimming – 1985 – National Swimming + Diving Championships – Austin Texas – Host Jim Lampley

DOG ASIDE: Since this 1985 NCAA Men’s Swimming and Diving Championships were contested in March at the Texas Swimming Center at the University of Texas in Austin, Texas…..like all things Texas here at ImaSportsphile….especially all things Austin, TX….which makes this a very special video to this lil ole chiweenie Sportsphile……cuz Bone Daddy, the original Sportsphile, was born and bred in Texas…..honed…

Boxing – 1986 – 15 Rnd WBA Crusierweight Title – Evander Holyfield Vs Dwight Muhammad Qawi – Fight 1

DOG COMMENTARY: Evander Holyfield is one of our seven legends of heavyweight boxing during The Golden Age of Boxing from 1964 – 1995…. as this video features the future legendary heavyweight champion when he was young and fighting as a cruiser weight boxer for the crown of Dwight Mohammad Qawi.  By the time light heavyweight and cruiser…

NCAA Swimming + Diving – 1985 – National Championships – Austin, TX – Featuring Matt Biondi

DOG ASIDE: The 1985 NCAA Division I Men’s Swimming and Diving Championships were contested in March 1985 at the Texas Swimming Center at the University of Texas in Austin, Texas at the 62nd annual NCAA sanctioned swim meet to determine the team and individual national champions of Division I men’s collegiate swimming and diving in the United States….as the men’s and women’s titles would not be held at the same site until 2006.  …