Found May 06, 2013 on NESN.com:
Nathan Horton has a bit of a reputation for scoring important goals for the Bruins in the postseason, but this one borders on magical. With the Air Canada Centre rocking after a second-period Maple Leafs goal, Horton silenced the crowd with one of the more mystical tallies you’ll see. His shot disappeared into the net past James Reimer, coming to a rest on top of the camera installed inside the goal. Check it out in the animation below.
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