Found December 27, 2011 on MentalityMagazine.com:
New Jersey Devils had the man advantage, and took advantage by scoring… for the the Carolina Hurricanes. Brandon Sutter finally got his first period goal, but it was actually Ilya Kovalchuck who scored the empty netter for the Hurricanes. With the Devils down 3-2 in the final minutes they pulled their goalie and then this happened. Share this:
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