Happy Cinco de Morrow!

Okay, it’s not technically Cinco de Morrow yet.  But at 1:24 tomorrow morning, Stars fans everywhere will be awakened by their alarms to “Rock and Roll Part 2” and celebrate a truly unforgettable moment in Stars history.  Cinco de Morrow is our holiday, a unique one that only Dallas Stars fans celebrate.

Because it was at 1:24 a.m on May 5, 2008 that Brenden Morrow redirected Stephane Robidas’ pass between the legs of Evgeni Nabokov and ended the eighth-longest game in history.  I remember that night perfectly.  It was a Sunday night, so it’s not like I should have been staying up all night, but I did it anyway.  Game 6 had to have been the best game I’ve ever seen.  Turco and Nabokov were fabulous and it was a true marathon.  I won’t ever forget that night.

You’d better believe it.

HAPPY CINCO DE MORROW!!!

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