The Tampa Bay Lightning lost Game 1 last night, 2-1, after the Chicago Blackhawks scored twice in 1:58 late in the third period. That kind of loss hurts — especially when the Lightning’s lone goal was quite possibly the goal of the year.
Alex Killorn put the puck behind Hawks goalie Corey Crawford in the first period with such sick skill that it’s mind boggling that it actually happened:
That’s just nasty. To paraphrase legendary broadcaster Mike Lange, Crawford didn’t know whether to cry or wind his watch.
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Alex Killorn Scores Goal of the Year in Lightning's Game 1 Loss
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