Found October 25, 2013 on Diehardsport:
The Tampa Bay Lightning were looking to close out a win against the Chicago Blackhawks when a pass went horribly wrong.  Lightning forward Radko Gudas fired a pass to Matt Carle who was positioned in the defensive zone, the pass was too hot for Carle to handle and he tipped it right past goalie Ben Bishop.  The goal was credited to Jonathan Toews, even though he didn’t do much to deserve it and more importantly it tied the game.  The Lightning got the win in overtime, but had they lost it would have been a brutal way to lose. [Puck Daddy Blog]
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