Here’s the 7th clip in Best Player’s The Anderson Series – this one perfectly synced as the Stanley Cup Playoffs reach the last two crucial rounds.
Anderson is known as one of the very greatest playoff performers in NHL history – he still sits fourth in overall playoff points behind teammates Wayne Gretzky, Mark Messier, and Jari Kurri. As much as anyone, Anderson had the knack of coming up with a goal when his team most needed it – late in the game, OT, whenever. In our interview, he very succinctly explains the secret behind his uncanny ability to deliver the big play at the biggest moment.
Can someone tell Henrik Sedin to visit Best Player and watch this clip before the Canucks start round three?