It’s now been 50 years since one of the most iconic goals in the history of hockey was scored.

On May 10, 1970, Bobby Orr sealed the Boston Bruins’ Stanley Cup victory over the St. Louis Blues with an overtime goal in Game 4 of the series. That flying goal, which has been immortalized with a statue outside the entrance of TD Garden, long has been one of the most memorable images in Bruins history.

This Sunday at 8 p.m. ET, NESN will air “The 1970 Bruins: Big, Bad & Bobby,” an NHL Network documentary celebrating that team on its 50th anniversary.

Over the last few weeks, we’ve been remembering that team. So in the lead up to the NESN airing of the documentary, here’s everything you need to know about that 1970 squad:

Bruce Cassidy Recalls Bobby Orr’s Legendary Goal

Sculptor Harry Weber Describes Challenges Of Making Bobby Orr Statue

Bobby Orr ‘The Goal’ Statue Sculptor Details Bruins Legend’s Role In Creation

Harry Sinden Reflects On Bobby Orr Goal During Bruins 1970 Stanley Cup Win

Derek Sanderson Takes Us Through Play That Led To Bobby Orr’s 1970 Goal

Johnny Bucyk Recalls Bobby Orr’s Goal That Lifted 1970 Bruins To Stanley Cup

This One Quote Shows Exactly Why Everyone Loves Bruins Legend Bobby Orr

Why Bobby Orr Feels Funny Celebrating 50th Anniversary Of Flying Goal

‘The 1970 Bruins: Big, Bad & Bobby’ Review: Takeaways From Documentary

Here Are Three Things You Might’ve Forgotten About 1970 Bruins

Relive Bobby Orr’s Iconic Stanley Cup-Clinching Goal

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