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Swedish League dude missed WIDE OPEN EMPTY NET breakaway (VIDEO)

YouTube Swedish Leaguer Johan Ryno wasn’t so “swede” (get it?!) during his wide open, empty net breakaway.  His team, Leksand, was up 3-2 with under a minute left against Brynas when Ryno found himself with a breakaway from center ice with a pulled Brynas goalie. And then things went to heck. The blue line monster jumped up and bit him, causing Ryno to fall to all fours...
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October 29, 2014  |  Discuss

Swedish Hockey League Player Has Most Epic Empty Net Goal Fail Ever

Swedish Hockey League player Johan Ryno has cemented himself in hockey history with the most embarrassing empty net goal fail of all time. Leksand was leading 3-2 when Ryno broke away, an empty net goal would seal the deal, and he suddenly forgot how to play hockey. It’s completely inexplicable how this happened and oh […] The post Swedish Hockey League Player Has Most Epic Empty...
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October 28, 2014  |  Discuss

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