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WATCH: Flashback: Patrik Stefan's epic miss leads to Oilers goal

On January 4, 2007, Patrik Stefan missed an empty net chance that resulted in the Edmonton Oilers' Ales Hemsky tying the game with only two seconds left.
Via SportsNetCanada
January 05, 2018  |  Discuss

1999: The Worst NHL Draft Class Ever?

Heading into the 1999 NHL Entry Draft in Boston, the draft class was regarded as one of the deepest the NHL had seen in years. The Sedin twins and Patrik Stefan headlined the draft class, but it was still deep if you couldn’t draft any of them. Or so they thought. Fast forward fifteen years […]
Via The Hockey Writers
November 30, 2017

Devils' Pavel Zacha out to prove what he can do

Pavel Zacha will have something to prove when he returns to the Devils' lineup on Monday. Watch video ST. PAUL, Minn. -- Between his work in practice and a 2.5-hour film session, Pavel Zacha knows what he has to do on Monday. He'll be out to prove he deserves his spot in the Devils' lineup. Zacha, the sixth overall pick in the...
Via NJ.com
November 20, 2017

A Few of Hockey’s Epic Fails

Scoring a goal in hockey is not easy. The NHL net is 72 inches wide by 48 inches tall. Put a fully padded-up goaltender in the middle of the goal and getting a puck into the net is a formidable task. However, sometimes the goaltender is not in the net, and when a player attempts to score and whiffs, it’s an epic fail. While this is not the complete list, here are three of the most...
Via The Hockey Writers
May 05, 2017

WATCH: January 4th 2007: Patrik Stefan's infamous missed net

On this day, 10 years ago, Patrik Stefan of the Dallas Stars some how missed a wide open net and even though the Stars went on to win the game, it remains as one of the most embarrassing and hilarious moments in NHL history.
Via SportsNetCanada
January 04, 2017  |  Discuss

Maple Leafs Prospect Blows Easy Empty-Net Goal

The group stage of the Champions Hockey League opened up Tuesday, and there is already a candidate for blooper of the year that might be tough to top. 2016 Toronto Maple Leafs draft pick Carl Grundstrom, playing for the defending CHL champion Frolunda Gothenburg Indians, missed a gaping open net in Friday’s game. With Frolunda up 2-1 over Grizzlys Wolfsburg of Germany’s DEL, there...
Via The Hockey Writers
August 21, 2016

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