I was looking back at Bure's resume, and I was thinking how people would view him differently had he won two crucial games. The first is 1994 against the Rangers during game seventh Stanley cup finals. If he wins the game, he becomes the first, sole Russian born player to get his name on the cup leading his team back from 2 series down 1-3, and being the leading scorer to boot. That's quite an accomplishment, but it doesn't end there. Additionally, if he wins the 1998 gold medal, he captains the Russians to another medal. Both of his performances in the tournaments were both SPECTACULAR, and certainly played a crucial role in both of these tournaments. He'd also have a gold medal, and have the distinction of being "the man" in 1994. Would people look at him differently had he won those games? I understand the argument that he didn't "step it up" when the chips were down; however, he still had clutch goals throughout both tournaments. I certainly think he'd be in the Hall now if he had won those two games. Thoughts?