Welcome to a listing of my sports tape collection.  I have mostly have games and videos of Hockey.  I also have some games from Basketball, Baseball and Football.  If you are interested in a trade or information about the game or video, please e-mail me at brentgriffin@shaw.ca .


National Hockey League

May 2, 1967; Stanley Cup Final, Game 6; Montreal 1 at Toronto 3 (NHLTV/LeafsTV)
    -Leafs win final Stanley Cup.
May 10, 1979; Preliminary Round, Game 1: Toronto 2 at Atlanta 1 (ESPN Classic/CBC)
    -Walt McKechnie scores both goals for leafs; Second period suspended due to a large line-brawl
May 31, 1987; Stanley Cup Final, Game 7: Philadelphia 1 at Edmonton 3 (ESPN Classic/Philly Local)
    -Oilers capture third Stanley Cup;  two hour program with a few edits; includes clips from SportsCenter on the Oilers and     Ron Hextall from early 90’s; Excellent game with spectacular goaltending
May 25, 1989; Stanley Cup Final, Game 6: Calgary 5 at Montreal 2 (CBC)
    -Flames win first Stanley Cup; Last game for Bob Gainey & Lanny McDonald; Al MacInnis MVP
September 18, 1989; NHL Friendship Series: Calgary 3 at Soviet Wings 2 (OT) (SportsChannel)
    -Tim Hunter scores twice, Doug Gilmour scores overtime winner
October 8, 1992: Montreal 3 at Ottawa 5 (CBC)
    -Senators defeat eventual cup champions in first game of their new life
April 23, 1993; Smythe Division Semi-Final, Game 3: Vancouver 4 at Winnipeg 5 (CBC)
    -Jets win game three on strength of a Teemu Selanne hat-trick; Pavel Bure: two goals
March 23, 1994: Vancouver 6 at Los Angeles 3 (ESPN Classic/BCTV)
    -Wayne Gretzky scores his 802nd NHL career goal, passing Gordie Howe for first place all-time, in Los Angeles loss; Pavel Bure nets his 50th of the season; Compressed 2-hour version
May 14, 1995; Eastern Conference Quarterfinal, Game 5: NY Rangers 2 at Quebec 5 (ESPN Classic/FOX)
    -The Nordiques beat the Rangers on the strength of great goaltending by Jocelyn Thibault to extend the series to six games; Last NHL game in Quebec City; Slightly edited version from ESPN Classic Canada
March 26, 1996: St. Louis 4 at Pittsburgh 8 (ESPN Classic/StL Local)
    -Wayne Gretzky’s Blues visit Mario Lemieux’s Penguins; Lemieux scores 7 points.
June 10, 1996; Stanley Cup Final, Game 4: Colorado 1 at Florida 0 (3OT) (NHL Network/ESPN)
    -Uwe Krupp scores in the third period of overtime to give the Avalanche their first Stanley Cup
January 18, 1997; 47th NHL All Star Game: Eastern Conference 11 vs. Western Conference 7 (CBC)
    -Owen Nolan scores a hat-trick in front of the home crowd; Mark Recchi’s hat-trick for the east earns him MVP; Gretzky & Lemieux together in a All-Star game for the first time.
January 18, 1998; 48th NHL All-Star Game: North America 8 vs. World 7 (CBC)
    -Teemu Selanne MVP in Vancouver; beginning of North America vs. The World format in anticipation of the upcoming Olympic Games
October 9, 1999: Calgary 2 vs. San Jose 2 (from Tokyo) (CTV Sportsnet)
    -The puck drops in Tokyo, Japan; Martin St. Louis makes NHL debut.
October 10, 1999: Calgary 5 vs. San Jose 2 (from Tokyo) (CBC)
    -Theoren Fleury scores hat trick for Flames
January 24, 1999; 49th NHL All-Star Game: North America 8 vs. World 6 (CBC)
    -Tampa hosts Wayne Gretzky's final All-Star game; Gretzky puts on a great show and is named MVP
February 13, 1999: Chicago 6 at Toronto 2 (CBC)
    -Blackhawks win final NHL game at Maple Leaf Gardens; celebrations follow
February 22, 1999: NY Rangers 2 at Calgary 6 (CTV Sportsnet)
    -Theoren Fleury is honoured in pre-game ceremony for passing Al MacInnis as the Flames’ all-time leading scorer; Wayne Gretzky’s last game in Calgary
April 15, 1999: Colorado 1 at Calgary 5 (RDTV)
    -Flames spoil Fleury's first game in Calgary since trade
April 18, 1999: Pittsburgh 2 at NY Rangers 1 (OT) (CBC)
    -Wayne Gretzky’s final NHL game, honoured before and after contest; Jaromir Jagr spoils party with overtime goal for the Penguins
October 1, 1999: NY Rangers 1 at Edmonton 1 (OT) (CBC)
    -Oilers retire Gretzky’s #99 prior to game; Theoren Fleury makes debut with Rangers
October 2, 1999: NY Rangers 1 at Vancouver 2 (CBC)
    -Kevin Weekes' first NHL win
December 6, 1999: Calgary 2 at NY Rangers 3 (OT) (RDTV)
    -Tim Taylor puts the overtime winner past Fred Brathwaite; Heated game.
February 6, 2000; 50th NHL All-Star Game: North America 4 vs. World 9 (CBC)
    -Pavel Bure scores a hat-trick and is named MVP; Played in Toronto, home of the first game in 1947
May 27, 2000; Western Conference Final, Game 7: Colorado 2 at Dallas 3 (CBC)
    -Dallas eliminates Colorado in game seven for second consecutive year
June 10, 2000; Stanley Cup Final, Game 6: New Jersey 2 at Dallas 1 (2OT) (CBC)
    -Jason Arnott scores on a lovely feed from Patrick Elias in the second overtime period to win the Cup for the Devils!
November 4, 2000: NY Rangers 5 at Montreal 2 (SRC)
    -Fleury scores 400th NHL goal in Rangers win
November 18, 2000: NY Rangers 5 at Calgary 4 (OT) (CBC)
    -Fleury goes nuts after receiving a penalty in the final minutes and is ejected from the game; Kamensky scores in OT
December 27, 2000: Toronto 0 at Pittsburgh 5 (CBC)
    -Mario is magical in his return to the NHL after three and a half years, scoring three points as the Pens thrash the Leafs
February 4, 2001; 51st NHL All-Star Game: North America 14 vs. World 12 (CBC)
    -Bill Guerin, playing alongside fellow Americans Doug Weight and Tony Amonte, is named MVP; Mario Lemieux returns to mid-season classic; Highest scoring game in history!
June 9, 2001; Stanley Cup Final, Game 7: New Jersey 1 at Colorado 3 (CBC)
    -Alex Tanguay’s two goal performance leads the Avalanche to their second Stanley Cup; Ray Bourque goes out in style by finally winning the cup; Patrick Roy wins his third Conn Smythe trophy
April 13, 2002: Vancouver 4 at Calgary 1 (CBC)
    -Canucks gear up for playoffs with a 4-1 win in regular season closer; Mike Vernon's last game?

International Hockey

1978 World Junior Championships, Quebec, Canada (ESPN Classic/CTV)
December 25, 1977: Canada 9 vs. Czechoslovakia 3
    -16 year old Wayne Gretzky is magnificent in scoring 6 points; Two-hour edited version from ESPN Classic Canada
1987 World Junior Championships, Piestany, Czechoslovakia (CBC)
January 4, 1987: Canada 4 vs. Soviet Union 2
    -Game suspended in second period after the infamous ‘Blackout Brawl’ erupts; Theoren Fleury scores twice
1989 World Junior Championships, Alaska, United States (ESPN Classic/CBC)
December 29, 1988: Canada 5 vs. United States 1
    -Canadians shut down Yankees on American ice; Reggie Savage and Mike Ricci lead Canada; Amonte, Guerin, LeClair, Modano and Roenick skate for Americans; Two-hour edited version from ESPN Classic.
1991 World Junior Championships, Saskatchewan, Canada (TSN)
January 4, 1991: Canada 3 vs. Soviet Union 2
    -Two-hour edited version from TSN; John Slaney is the hero for Canada, scoring in the dying minutes of the third period
1993 World Junior Championships, Gavle, Sweden (ESPN Classic/TSN)
December 27, 1992: Canada 5 vs. Sweden 4
    -Canadian team led by Martin Lapointe and Paul Kariya defeats Forsberg’s Swedish team in pivotal game of the tournament; Two-hour edited version from ESPN Classic.
1994 World Junior Championships, Ostrava, Czech Republic (ESPN Classic/TSN)
January 4, 1994: Canada 6 vs. Sweden 4
    -The Canadians upset the Swedes in the final and deciding game of the tournament;  Martin Gendron, Aaron Gavey, Jason Allison and Jamie Storr are heroic for the Canucks; Two-hour edited version from ESPN Classic
1994 Winter Olympic Games, Lillehammer, Norway (CTV)
February 27, 1994: Gold Medal Game - Canada 2 vs. Sweden 3 (Shoot-Out)
    -Sweden wins gold medal on a save by Tommy Salo on Paul Kariya in the sudden-death shootout; Peter Forsberg scores the deciding goal
1995 World Junior Championships, Alberta, Canada (TSN)
December 30, 1994: Canada 7 vs. Czech Republic 5
    -The Canadian Junior “Dream Team” wins an thrilling game from the Olympic Saddledome in Calgary; From TSN Classics with a few edits
1996 World Junior Championships, Boston, United States (TSN)
January 4, 1996: Gold Medal Game - Canada 4, Sweden 1
    -Canadians win the first official gold medal game in the World Juniors; The Jarome Iginla - Hnat Dominichelli - Daymond Langkow line dominates. Two-hour edited version from ESPN Classic.
1997 World Junior Championships, Geneva, Switzerland (TSN)
January 4, 1997: Canada 2 vs. United States 0
    -Marc Denis shuts the door against the Americans and Canada wins fifth consecutive junior gold
1997 World Championships, Helsinki, Finland (TSN)
May 14, 1997: Gold Medal, Game 2 - Canada 2 vs. Sweden 1
    -Canada wins gold medal series two games to nil led by Burke, Blake and Primeau; Missing first 13 minutes.
1998 Winter Olympic Games, Nagano, Japan (CBC)
February 13, 1998: Belarus 0 vs. Canada 5
    -Patrick Roy Records Shutout in first International Appearance
February 14, 1998: Canada 3 vs. Sweden 2
    -Canada led by Joe Nieuwendyk’s 3-point effort
February 16, 1998: Canada 4 vs. United States 1
    -Canadians dominate in 1996 World Cup rematch
February 18, 1998: Quarter-Final - Canada 4 vs. Kazakhstan 1
    -Canada’s so-so effort lands a birth in the semi-final
February 20, 1998: Semi-Final - Canada 1 vs. Czech Republic 2 (Shoot-Out)
    -Dominik Hasek out-duels Patrick Roy in tie-breaking shootout; Robert Reichel gets the game winner
February 21, 1998: Bronze Medal Game - Canada 2 vs. Finland 3
    -Finnished: Canada goes home empty-handed.
February 22, 1998: Gold Medal Game - Czech Republic 1 vs. Russia 0
    -Hasek leads Czech Republic to first gold medal with a shutout; Petr Svoboda scores lone goal
1998 World Championships, Zurich, Switzerland (TSN)
May 17, 1998: Gold Medal, Game 2 - Finland 0 vs. Sweden 0
    -Sweden wins gold in soccer-like two game aggregate; Forsberg, Sundin and Salo make up for Olympic dissapointment
1999 World Junior Championships, Manitoba, Canada (TSN)
January 5, 1999: Gold Medal Game - Canada 2 vs. Russia 3 (OT)
    -Roberto Luongo, who had been stellar for Canada, is beaten in overtime by the Maxim Afinogenov-led Russians.
2000 World Junior Championships, Skelleftea, Sweden (TSN)
January 4, 2000: Bronze Medal Game - Canada 5 vs. United States 4 (Shoot-Out)
    -Brian Finley and Team Canada win the bronze in a shootout
January 4, 2000: Gold Medal Game - Czech Republic 1 vs. Russia 0 (Shoot-Out)
    -Czech and Russia play hockey the way it's not meant to play: waiting for the shootout!;  Czechs win.
2000 World Championships, St.Petersburg, Russia (TSN)
May 14, 2000: Bronze Medal Game - Canada 1 vs. Finland 2
    -Finland wins bronze;  Jose Theodore strong for Canada
May 14, 2000: Gold Medal Game - Czech Republic 5 vs. Slovakia 3
    -Underdog Slovaks come close, but Czechs prevail
2001 World Junior Championships, Moscow, Russia (TSN)
January 5, 2001: Bronze Medal Game - Canada 2 vs. Sweden 1 (OT)
    -Joined about one minute into first period; Canada wins the bronze in overtime on a goal by Raffi Torres
January 5, 2001: Gold Medal Game - Czech Republic 2 vs. Finland 1
    -Exciting game featuring Vaclav Nedorost, Pavel Brendl and Mikko Koivu
2001 World Championships, Hanover, Germany (The Score)
May 12, 2001: Semi-Final - Czech Republic 3 vs. Sweden 2 (Shootout)
    -Shootout only; Milan Hnilicka shuts the door on Mats Sundin and the Swedes
2002 World Junior Championships, Pardubice, Czech Republic (TSN)
January 4, 2002: Gold Medal Games - Canada 4 vs. Russia 5
    -The Russians comeback to shock the Canadians and capture gold
2002 Winter Olympic Games, Salt Lake City, United States (CBC unless noted)
February 15, 2002: Canada 2 vs. Sweden 5
    -Sweden too smooth for sluggish Canadians; Curtis Joseph's only Olympic appearance
February 16, 2002: Canada 3 vs. Germany 2
    -"It's the win that counts!"; Canada still sluggish, but outplay Germans with Martin Brodeur between the pipes
February 18, 2002: Finland 3 vs. Russia 1
    -Third period only
February 18, 2002: Canada 3 vs. Czech Republic 3
    -Mario Lemieux scores twice and Joe Nieuwendyk scores the deciding goal as Canada outplays Czechs in 1998 rematch
February 20, 2002: Quarter-Final - Czech Republic 0 vs. Russia 1 (TSN)
    -Nikolai Khabibulin shuts out the Czechs in gold medal rematch from 1998; Maxim Afinogenov scores lone goal
February 20, 2002: Quarter-Final - Canada 2 vs. Finland 1
    -Canada survives late Finnish flurry to earn berth in semis against cinderella Belarussians.
February 22, 2002: Semi-Final - Belarus 1 vs. Canada 7
    -Canada routes Belarus 7-1 en route to gold medal game!
February 22, 2002: Semi-Final - Russia 2 vs. United States 3
    -Russia doesn't show for first forty mins. and Americans jump out to 3-0 lead, enough to hold on for a meeting with Canada!
February 23, 2002: Bronze Medal Game - Belarus 2 vs. Russia 7
    -Russia blows out former compatriots with 7-2 win.
February 24, 2002: Gold Medal Game - Canada 5 vs. United States 2
    -Canada outplays Americans for first gold since 1952 on the heels of the Iginla-Sakic-Gagne line!
2002 World Championships, Goteborg, Sweden (TSN)
May 11, 2002: Gold Medal Game - Russia 3 vs. Slovakia 4
    -Slovakia wins first gold medal thanks to Peter Bondra's late winner!

Major Junior Hockey

May 23, 1999; Memorial Cup Final: Calgary 6 at Ottawa 7 (OT)
    -The 67’s win a thriller in overtime; Game includes Kris Beech, Nick Boynton, Pavel Brendl and Brad Stuart
February 20, 2000: Kootenay 2 at Calgary 3 (OT)
    -Kris Beech scores a beauty on Dan Blackburn in overtime.


1989/90 FLAMES - 1989/90 Video Yearbook of the defending Stanley Cup Champion Calgary Flames (Molstar, 1990)
BRETT HULL - Hockey's Top Gun (Bud Sports/Midas, 1991)
Pens at their Peak - The 1991 Stanley Cup Champions Pittsburgh Penguins (NHL, 1992)
Pens Again! - The Pittsburgh Penguins win their second consecutive Stanley Cup in 1992 (NHL, 1992)
Top 50 NHL Playoff Goals - The Top 50 prior to 1993; Bobby Orr’s scoring and soaring  #1 (Molstar, 1992)
NHL Overtime - Heroes and Drama of the Stanley Cup Playoffs (NHL, 1996)
Landslide - The 1996 Stanley Cup Champions Colorado Avalanche (NHL, 1996)
MESSIER - Legend, Champion and Leader (NHL, 1997)
THE 1972 CANADA/RUSSIA HOCKEY SERIES - Recap of the Summit Series (Morningstar, 1997)
GRETZKY - The Great One and The Next Ones (NHL, 1997)
Rock'Em Sock'Em 9 - Best hits, goals and saves of 1996/97 (NHL, 1997)
RETURN TO HOCKEYTOWN - The 1998 Stanley Cup Champions Detroit Red Wings (NHL, 1998)
Don Cherry 10th Anniversary - Best of 1997/98 (NHL, 1998)
LORD STANLEY'S CUP - Hockey's Ultimate Prize (NHL, 1999)
Don Cherry 11 - The New Millenium; Best hits, goals and saves of 1998/99 (NHL, 1999)
2000: A Millenium of Memories - The top 25 stories of the past 100 years in the NHL (NHL, 2000)
Don Cherry 12 - The best of the 1999/00 season (NHL, 2000)
Mission Accomplished - The 2001 Stanley Cup Champions Colorado Avalanche (NHL, 2001)
Don Cherry - Lucky 13 - The best of the 2000/01 season (NHL, 2001)
GOLD RUSH 2002 - Canada's journey toward Olympic gold!
Red Alert - HOCKEYTOWN 3 - The 2002 Stanley Cup Champions Detroit Red Wings (NHL, 2002)


NHL ALL-STAR SATURDAY - All CBC's Annual Prelude to the All-Star Game unless noted
1996 (Boston) - All-Star Friday: Shortened heroes game, Skills Competition (ESPN Classic, 2 hrs)
1997 (San Jose) - Skills Competition, Heroes, Hot-Stove, etc.
1998 (Vancouver) - Skills Competition, Heroes, Hot-Stove, etc.
1999 (Tampa Bay) - Skills Competition, Heroes, Hot-Stove, etc.
2000 (Toronto) - Skills Competition, Heroes, Hot-Stove, etc.
2001 (Denver) - All-Star Saturday Night, Heroes, Skills Competition, Captain's Table (5 hrs total)
2002 (Los Angeles) - Young Stars Game, Skills Competition (2hrs, 30 mins)
Cold Wars - Inside Russian Hockey - 1995 special hosted by Mike Milbury showing the return of Kasparaitus, Fetisov, Larionov and Mogilny to Russia during the 1994 NHL lockout. (ESPN Classic)
A Year In The Life of the NHL - 1998 Six Part Series by CBC
Episode One: “Making It”
Episode Two: “For the Good of the Game”
Episode Three: “Growing the Game”
Episode Four: “Our Game”
Episode Five: “The Grind”
Episode Six: “The Finals”
1995 NHL Entry Draft - July, 1995 from Edmonton; 2-hour edited version showing first 18 picks. (NHL Network/TSN)
2000 NHL Entry Draft - June, 2000 from Calgary (CTV Sportsnet)
'The Dream Tournament' - IOC recap of the Nagano'98 tournament (ESPN Classic)
2002 Canadian Roster Announcements - Canada announces rosters for 2002 World Juniors and Olympics, plus analysis from TSN (90 mins)
2002 NHL Awards - Jarome Iginla goes home with Pearson, Art Ross and Richard trophies while Jose Theodore wins MVP and top goalie honours. (CBC) (2 hrs)
UpClose Classics - Wayne Gretzky interviews from 1982-1999. (ESPN Classics) (30 mins)
NHL Cool Shots - Various episodes, mostly from 1999/2000
NHL Ice Level - Features NHL players: Theoren Fleury, Jarome Iginla (NHL Network)


Major League Baseball

September 9, 1998: Chicago at St. Louis (TSN/FOX)
    -Mark McGwire hits his historic 62nd homerun of the season against Sammy Sosa’s Cubs


1992 World Series - Atlanta Braves vs. Toronto Blue Jays (MLB, 1992)


Canadian Football League

November 24, 1991; Grey Cup Championship: Calgary 21 vs. Toronto 36 (CBC)
    -From Winnipeg; ‘Rocket’ Raghib Ismail leads the Argonauts to a Grey Cup.
November 29, 1992; Grey Cup Championship: Calgary 24 vs. Winnipeg 10 (CBC)
    -From Toronto; Doug Flutie leads the Stampeders to their third championship in his first year with the club.
November 28, 1993; Grey Cup Championship: Edmonton 33 vs. Winnipeg 23 (CBC)
    -From Calgary; MVP Damon Allen and the Eskimos triumph.
November 27, 1994; Grey Cup Championship: Baltimore 23 vs. British Columbia 26 (ESPN Classic/CBC)
    -From Vancouver; Kicker Lui Passaglia is the hero on home turf; Two-hour edited version from ESPN Classics.
November 24, 1996; Grey Cup Championship: Edmonton 37 vs. Toronto 43 (CBC)
    -From Hamilton; Argos win a thriller in the snow; Doug Flutie wins his second Grey Cup; joined at end of second quarter
November 22, 1998; Grey Cup Championship: Calgary 26 vs. Hamilton 24 (CBC)
    -From Winnipeg: Mark McGloughlin plays hero with last minute field goal! Jeff Garcia's lone CFL championship
November 28, 1999; Grey Cup Championship: Calgary 21 vs. Hamilton 32 (CBC)
    -From Vancouver: Hamilton defeats Calgary in a rematch of the 1998 final.
November 26, 2000; Grey Cup Championship: British Columbia 28 vs. Montreal 26 (CBC)
    -From Calgary: Lui Passaglia goes out on top; Lions the cinderella story.
November 25, 2001; Grey Cup Championship: Calgary 27 vs. Winnipeg 19 (CBC)
    -From Montreal: Stampeders upset powerhouse Blue Bombers; Marcus Crandell named MVP.


National Basketball Association

May 20, 2001; Eastern Conference Semi-Final, Game 7: Toronto 87 at Philadelphia 88 (CTV/NBC)
    -76ers advance after Vince Carter misses last second shot; Allen Iverson sets career high with 16 assists


01/03/89 NHL     Quebec at Calgary                      Fleury's first game
01/07/89 NHL     Edmonton 2 at Calgary 7                Fleury's first two goals
05/14/89 89 SCF  Game 1 Montreal 2 at Calgary 3         Fleury scores winner
02/25/90 NHL     Edmonton at Calgary                    Makarov: 7 pts
02/23/91 NHL     Quebec 8 at Calgary 10                 Fleury: 3 goals
03/26/91 NHL     Vancouver 2 at Calgary 7               Fleury's hat trick gives him 50
04/14/91 91 DSF  Game 6 Calgary 2 at Edmonton 1 (OT)    Fleury scores in overtime
09/16/91 91 CC   Final Game 2 USA 2 at Canada 4         Canada wins ’91 Canada Cup
02/10/93 NHL     San Jose 1 at Calgary 13               Fleury: 6 pts
04/30/94 94 CQF  Game 7 Vancouver 4 at Calgary 3 (2OT)  Bure scores in overtime
05/09/94 94 WHC  Gold Canada 2 Finland 1 (SO)           Canada wins gold
01/02/96 NHL     Tampa Bay 0 at Calgary 10              Fleury: 3 goals
04/21/96 96 CQF  Game 3 Chicago 7 at Calgary 5          Iginla's first game
1990 or 1991 World Championships games with Theo Fleury
C OF CHAMPIONS - 1989 Calgary Flames
1990/91 FLAMES - Into the 90s