With Michigan down 2-1 in the 2nd period and working the powerplay in Minnesota's end, Legg pulled this:
Legg and his Wolverines would go on to win the game 4-3 and advance to the Frozen Four, with many players and opponents crediting the goal as turning the game's momentum in Michigan's favour. That 1995-96 U. of Michigan team featured some future NHLers, including Brendan Morrison, John Madden and Marty Turco, but Legg never made it to the Show. An almost point per game player with the Wolverines, Legg would help Michigan win the NCAA Tournament that year including scoring the game-tying goal in the third period of the Finals against Colorado College. ESPN's Page 2 interviewed some of the players surrounding the goal and tournament, and revealed some pretty cool details surrounding the highlight.
Legg was drafted by the New Jersey Devils at the 1993 NHL Entry Draft (yes the Daigle draft), at the 273rd overall position, but couldn't Zetterberg his way into the NHL. After his time in the CCHA, Legg would bounce around in Finland and U.S minor leagues before calling it quits in 2003. As of last year, Legg was a firefighter in the Vancouver area - maybe the 2011 Stanley Cup Riot brought him back into the hockey foray for a night?