College Hockey Goalie Lets in Game-Winning Overtime Goal While Chatting to Fans

Tristan ThornburghSocial Media StaffJanuary 23, 2014

via Puck Daddy

Utah State goalie Keagan McHenry wishes he had this one back. 

With 15 seconds remaining in overtime, and his opponents from the University of Denver shorthanded, Pioneers defenseman Robert Biedron fired a 200-foot shot that managed to find it's way in the net...because the goalie was chatting up the crowd in the corner. McHenry comes back just in time to see the puck make its way into the net.

He has since deleted the tweet, but after the game McHenry had the following to say. 

I am ashamed and disgusted with myself. With what happened and how I acted. I let myself and more importantly, my team down.

Hat tip to Harrison Mooney of Puck Daddy for the find. 

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