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Calder Cup Celebration Pictures

Aaron McCracken
May 30, 2001

The Saint John Flames win the 2001 Calder Cup!



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Please note: All pictures are copyrighted and cannot be used without permission. Please contact aaron@calgarypuck.com for details.


  With 3.9 seconds left in the game, Marty Murray clears the puck out of the zone.

  Steve Montador and Darrel Scoville begin their celebrations, while Murray, Botterill, and Brochu watch the final second tick off the clock.

  The horn sounds, and Murray, Montador, and Scoville pile on Martin Brochu.

  The players from the bench rush to celebrate near Brochu.

  The mob grows...

  Dressed in street clothes, Miika Elomo jumps on top of the net, while the local media moves in.

  The Flames off-ice staff (doctors, trainers, owners, etc.) join the celebration.

  At the other end of the ice, the Wilkes-Barre Penguins sit dejectedly.

  The scoreboard tells the story. The Flames have won the Calder Cup after a fantastic 1-0 game.

  The players shake hands and exchange hugs after a rough series.

  Steve Begin is presented with the Jack Butterfield trophy for being the 2001 AHL playoff MVP.

  Captain Marty Murray accepts the Calder Cup on behalf of the team.

  The players hoist the Cup together

  The Flames make one of their three victory laps around Harbour Station.

  The team poses for its championship picture.

  The players leave the ice after the 20+ minute celebration. Darrel Scoville, who scored the winning goal, is pictured at the left with his young daughter and the Calder Cup. Scoville and Begin were the last to leave the ice.

  A picture is worth a thousand words. In this case, it represents the 99 games played by the Flames this season. (This picture is my desktop wallpaper on my PC).