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Less than two minutes into the third period, the Philadelphia Flyers tied the game 5-5 on a Sean Couturier goal.

It was a goal Pittsburgh Penguins defender Ben Lovejoy will remember for a long time.

From the Post-Gazette:

“I feel horrible,” Lovejoy said.

“That’s a game that’s going to stick with me for a long time. … I tried to make the hard play, and hit him in the shaft [of his stick].

“It’s my fault. I need to make a smarter play. I ended up being the difference in the game. It was my fault.”

Here’s what happened:

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