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. 

[YouTube, via CBS Sports]

Related

    Germany Shocks Canada, Will Play OAR in Final

    NHL logo
    NHL

    Germany Shocks Canada, Will Play OAR in Final

    Gianni Verschueren
    via Bleacher Report

    Report: Devils Trade Rangers for Michael Grabner

    NHL logo
    NHL

    Report: Devils Trade Rangers for Michael Grabner

    North Jersey
    via North Jersey

    Roberto Luongo Advocates for Action After Shooting

    NHL logo
    NHL

    Roberto Luongo Advocates for Action After Shooting

    Joseph Zucker
    via Bleacher Report

    Carey Price Out Indefinitely with Concussion

    NHL logo
    NHL

    Carey Price Out Indefinitely with Concussion

    CBSSports.com
    via CBSSports.com