An incredible six-month journey known as the 2013 NHL season has ended.
The goals, the passes, the saves, the hits—the highlights from this concluded campaign are some of the most incredible in hockey's history.
The following four-minute, 30-second segment from CBC—the long-awaited, heavily anticipated "CBC End-of-Season Montage"—combines it all into one fantastically chill-inducing film.
The long-since-passed lockout of last fall tried admirably but failed badly to cast a damp shadow over the glory of this season. In the end, the memories from almost a thousand remarkable regular and postseason games were the sole headlines.
Remember Patrick Marleau's unreal scoring streak.
Remember Sergei Bobrovsky's heroics in March and April.
Remember Martin St. Louis's league scoring title at the ripe age of 38.
Remember John Tavares leading the Islanders to their first playoff appearance since 2007.
Remember the Boston Bruins' historic three-goal comeback in Game 7 of the first round.
Remember Sidney Crosby's performance against the Ottawa Senators in the second round.
Remember Andrew Shaw's deflected game-winner in triple overtime of the Stanley Cup Final's Game 1.
And remember Bryan Bickell and Dave Bolland's clutch goals in the final 1:15 of Game 6 to bring the Cup back to Chicago.
Remember it all.