Found January 30, 2013 on Kukla's Korner:
PLAYERS: Jonas Hiller
TEAMS: Anaheim Ducks
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via Eric Stephens of Ducks Blog, One did get away from Jonas Hiller with 2:45 left in regulation when a wrist shot from Logan Couturethat he often gobbles right up somehow managed to skip off his glove and then between his pads for the tying goal.... “I had no idea where it went,” Hiller said. “I thought it went over me or whatever. I just got a piece with my glove but, yeah, I was kind of surprised [the puck] went down. I don’t even know if it was touched or not. I’d have to see the replay.” Asked if the shot handcuffed him or if he didn’t see it until hit his glove, Hiller said, “I saw it when it left his stick and then there were like two, three guys driving in front of me and then I kind of knew where it was going. “I felt that it hit me and then I was looking for the rebound,” he continued. “I was surprised that it was in. First, I thought it would hit my glove and [go] over me because it hit the top of my glove. When I looked at it, it just looked weird. I guess
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