Sabres.com wants you to chronicle the top moments in Sabres history with the Fans Top Five countdown. Each week, we will select a category and list five choices for fans to rank. Think we are missing one? Write in your own ballot.
This week, to celebrate the historic building as the final wall comes down, Sabres.com is counting down the top five Memorial Auditorim moments. Watch the 5 nominees below and rank them with 1 being your favorite. All moments are listed in chronological order and are not ranked.
SCHONY'S ZAMBONI EXIT Jim Schoenfeld's infamous hit against Boston Bruin's Wayne Cashman that sent the winger through the Zamboni exit doors.
THE FOG GAME From Jim Lorentz's battle with a bat, to Rene Robert's overtime game-winning goal, the 1975 Stanley Cup playoff game against the Flyers was anything but ordinary.
MAY DAY Brad May's Game 4, series-clinching goal in the 1993 Adams Division semifinals against the Boston Bruins.
HANNAN'S 4-0T WINNER Dave Hannan’s quadruple overtime goal in Game 6 of the 1994 playoffs, beating Martin Brodeur and the New Jersey Devils 1-0 to force a Game 7.
FAREWELL OLD FRIEND Pat LaFontaine's memorable salute to Memorial auditorium prior to the start of the Sabres last home game at the building.