With 120 points in 1969-70, he became the first ever defenseman to win an NHL scoring title and bested his own record by a whopping 88%. Eight consecutive Norris Trophies as the NHL's best. Defenseman and three consecutive Hart Trophies as the league's most valuable player (MVP).
Orr was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1979 at age 31, the youngest to be inducted at that time. Orr went on to lead the Bruins in a march through the 1970 playoffs that culminated on May 10, 1970, when he scored one of the most famous goals in hockey history and one that gave Boston its first Stanley Cup since 1941. The goal came off a give-and-go pass with teammate Derek Sanderson at the 40-second mark of the first overtime period in the fourth game, helping to complete a sweep of the St. If it had gone by me, it's a two-on-one.So I got a little lucky there, but Derek gave me a great pass and when I got the pass I was moving across. As I skated across, Glenn had to move across the crease and had to open his pads a little. I was really trying to get the puck on net, and I did. As I went across, Glenn's legs opened. I looked back, and I saw it go in, so I jumped. BOBBY ORR THE FLYING GOAL AUTOGRAPHED 16X20 PHOTO BOSTON BRUINS 1970 STANLEY CUP.
Official Bobby Orr Hologram & COA. Photo measures 11x14 in size and has been hand-signed by Bobby Orr (Boston Bruins, HOF). The offered photograph by Ray Lussier of a horizontal Orr flying through the air, his arms raised in victory has become one of the most famous and recognized hockey images of all time. Item in picture may vary depending on stock.The autograph includes an official Bobby Orr hologram and matching COA from Great North Road for authenticity purposes. The item "BOBBY ORR THE FLYING GOAL AUTOGRAPHED 11x14 PHOTO BOSTON BRUINS 1970 World CUP" is in sale since Friday, October 22, 2021. This item is in the category "Sports Mem, Cards & Fan Shop\Autographs-Original\Hockey-NHL\Photos".
The seller is "321-investing" and is located in Palm Bay, Florida. This item can be shipped to United States.