We all have strong memories about the run 2004 but at what point during the playoffs did you think that "you know what, this team might actually win it all this year"? I think all of us were simply "happy to be there" when the Vancouver series started, and the OT win in game 7 was pretty much gravy. The Detroit series was where I thought it might end, especially after the loss in game four which tied the series at 2-2. Going into game 5 (which today is the anniversary of) I was nervous as all hell for two reasons. 1 - It was an afternoon game which have caused problems for the Flames over the years. Not to mention that face that game 2 of that series was an afternoon game and that one didn't go so well. 2 - The Red Wings at that time had that aura of being almost invincible in the playoffs. Yes they lost to Anaheim the year before, but that one you could write off to the god like performance from Giguere. That game I still think was one of Kipper's best as a Flame, getting the shut out on the road in Detroit. (The injury to Yzerman probably helped a little, but I digress) That was the game that got me to believe that winning the cup was a realistic possibility. What was that moment for the rest of you?