Cody Ceci Buries The First Goal Of Game 7 Off Connor McDavid's Pass
His dressing-room nickname with teammates was “Stick.” The rest of the world called him “Mr. Game 7.”
You can probably guess which nickname that team-first Justin Williams didn’t especially enjoy hearing.
Still, with five Game 7s on the NHL schedule this weekend – including the Kings at Edmonton on Saturday night – who better to talk about the specialness of the game than Williams, the three-time Stanley Cup champion? Williams, who retired in 2020, had a personal 8-1 record in Game 7s and is the all-time Game 7 leader in points (15) and is tied with Hall of Famer Glenn Anderson with a record seven Game 7 goals.
“I know I miss it right now – absolutely,” Williams said. “Watching playoff games is pretty tough. It can come and go, …
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