Puck Stops on Ice Inches Short of the Rangers Goal in Game 4

Tristan ThornburghSocial Media StaffJune 11, 2014

via NBCSN Broadcast

The Los Angeles Kings had a chance to send Game 4 into overtime and potentially win the Stanley Cup before the ice got in their way. 

With 1:11 remaining in the third period and the Kings trailing 2-1, a deflected puck ended up getting stuck "in a little snow fort" as the announcers called it, stopping just short of Henrik Lundqvist's goal line.

 

The short puck resulted in the New York Rangers pulling out a 2-1 victory and keeping the series alive. 

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