Found December 20, 2011 on Deadspin:
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In their game against the Phoenix Coyotes tonight, the Florida Panthers were called for a season-high seven penalties. Yet, there they Stephen Weiss was, with a penalty shot that could tie the game with 24.5 seconds left. He tried to go five-hole, as many do. And the puck got as far as the goal line, where it just stopped and taunted him mercilessly. More »
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