Hey guys, I was born in 1992 in China, so I wasn't exactly too aware of hockey at this time . I'm just really curious to why Peter Forsberg's (who happens to be my favourite player) 1994 goal is considered such a "classic hockey moment". I mean yes, he did score in the shootout with an unusual move to seal the victory but my main confusion is that the 1994 Olympics was not even close to a best-on-best. From what I've read, I remember Team Canada having an 18-year old Paul Kariya, Petr Nedved (He's Canadian?) and Corey Hirsch in net. I remember Sweden having Forsberg and a washed-up Hakan Loob and that's it. I mean, except for the "Miracle on Ice" Olympics, none of the previous hockey tournaments in the Olympics are really mentioned very much at all? Why was this goal such a big deal? He scored on Corey FREAKING Hirsch! It almost seems that the 1994 win is eclipsing the 2006 win, which I find weird. And the Lidstrom goal in 2006 is not even close to being as famous as the 1994 Forsberg goal. Thanks.