Found April 27, 2013 on Next Impulse Sports:
We take you to the AHL where the Toronto Marlies took on the Rochester Americans in Game 1 of their playoff series. The game was tied at three a piece in the second period when Zemgus Girgensons of the Americans looked to take the lead, but Marlies’ goaltender Drew MacIntyre wasn’t about to let that happen. MacIntyre went behind-the-back with his glove for one of the best saves you will ever see. MacIntyre made 31 saves on the day to help the Marlies beat the Americans by the score of 6-3.   [PuckDaddy] Article found on: Next Impulse Sports

AHL goalie Drew MacIntyre makes amazing behind-the-back glove save (Video)

In AHL hockey action, Toronto Marlies goalie Drew MacIntyre made one of the most incredible stops you will ever see at any level of hockey with his behind-the-back glove save during Saturday's playoff game against the Rochester Americans. MacIntyre reached behind his back with his glove hand and caught the shot from Americans forward Zemgus Girgensons on his right side. MacIntyre...

Drew MacIntyre makes absurd behind-the-back glove save

Late in the second period, the Toronto Marlies and the Rochester Americans were in a 3-3 tie game in the first round of the AHL Playoffs.  Marlies goalie Drew MacIntyre was caught in a vulnerable position and new he wouldn’t be able to get across the crease to make the save.  In desperation, he threw his glove behind his back and managed to catch and trap the puck with his glove...

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The Bruins had better hope that the Maple Leafs’ goaltending magic is limited to their AHL affiliate this postseason. Toronto Marlies goaltender Drew MacIntyre made what has been widely referred to as the “greatest save ever” in Game 1 of the Marlies’ first-round playoff series against the Rochester Americans. With the game tied 3-3 near the end of the second period, MacIntyre...

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