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A crowd of 50,861 bundled up to beat the frigid conditions at Lambeau for the game initially dubbed the "Igloo Bowl" in the next day's Wisconsin State Journal.

Game time: Sunday, Dec. 31, 1967

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Coach Vince Lombardi's legend grew with the Packers' dramatic victory.

Stadium: Lambeau Field

Weather: -13.5 degrees, winds 13.5 mph, wind chill -36

Score: Green Bay Packers 21, Dallas Cowboys 17

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Coach: Vince Lombardi

Season record: 9-4-1, 1st Central Division, Won Super Bowl 33-14 vs. Oakland Raiders

Game notes: "The Ice Bowl," as this game came to be known as, remains the coldest game ever played and is considered one of the greatest games in NFL history. ... Lambeau Field's underground heating couldn't handle the extreme cold and in 1967 was still open to the elements on the north side. Nevertheless, 50,861 fans watched the game from the (metal) stands. ... The official's whistles froze and couldn't be used to stop play and the halftime show was canceled after 11 members of the UW-La Crosse marching band were hospitalized with frostbite. ... Packers quarterback Bart Starr went 14-24-191 with two touchdowns and also scored the game-winning touchdown on a 1-yard quarterback sneak with 13 seconds remaining. ... After trailing all game, the Cowboys took a 17-14 lead in the fourth quarter on a trick play that saw wide receiver Lance Rentzel score on 50-yard pass from halfback Dan Reeves. ... The Cowboys' other touchdown came on a 7-yard defensive fumble return by DE George Andrie. ... Packers wide receiver Boyd Dowler scored two touchdowns and racked up 77 yards on 4 catches.

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Green Bay quarterback Bart Starr (15) scores the winning touchdown behind a block from Jerry Kramer (64) in the 1967 NFL championship game against the Dallas Cowboys at frigid Lambeau Field.