Found April 18, 2013 on Diehardsport:
Deadlocked at 1-1 in the third period, the strangest goal of the year was scored by Anaheim Ducks forward David Steckel.  The puck was shot in by Sheldon Souray, then Kyle Palmieri tried to tuck it in but was poke-checked, and then David Steckel shot the puck and it was stopped by Columbus Blue Jackets goalie Sergei Bobrovsky.  Unfortunately for Bobrovsky, the puck went straight up in the air and landed behind him and then skipped in the net.  No one on the ice knew where the puck went and everyone looked utterly confused afterwards.  Columbus would tie the game later in the third and then go on to win 3-2 in overtime. [Puck Daddy Blog]

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