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Do you miss watching full games of hockey? No, you don’t. Do you miss tuning into SportsCenter late at night to see the condensed version of hockey featuring the goals and only the goals? Yes, you do.
After going down two goals to none to start Wednesday’s Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Finals against the N.Y. Rangers, things weren’t looking good for the L.A. Kings. But just like in previous series, the Kings fought back. They tied it up in regulation, before winning it in overtime on Justin Williams goal on goalie Henrik Lundqvists’s stick side.
Watch as Henrik Lundqvist, Rangers goalie, loses his stick but still manages to make the incredible save. One of 35 saves on the night, this preserved the Rangers’ 2-1 lead.
A common comment is commented by people: “I don’t get hockey.” Well, let our own Matt Rudnitsky, esteemed hockeyologist, explainify it for you.
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The New ‘Hockey Night In Canada’ Playoff Montage Is Incredible And Will Change The Minds Of Hockey-Hating Fools
YouTube user FunnerEveryDay took a puck to a lab that tests the strength of items under significant force by crushing it in an awesome and terrifying machine. It took 82,000 pounds of pressure and force to destroy a regulation hockey pock. Check it out.