Found January 13, 2014 on Sportress of Blogitude:
Riding a three-game winless streak, the last thing the Chicago Blackhawks needed was to lose on Sunday to the Edmonton Oilers as a result of a bizarre play when Patrick Kane somehow miraculously — or terribly, more accurately — scored an empty net goal … for the Oilers. In the second period with the Blackhawks […]The post Uh, derp? Patrick Kane somehow scores own-goal on Blackhawks’ empty net (video) appeared first on Sportress of Blogitude.
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