In the third period of Monday night’s Rangers-Kings game, New York defenseman Ryan McDonagh cleared the puck out of his zone, and it somehow banked off the glass and scooted past Jonathan Quick for a short-handed goal.
Quick, a former Conn Smythe winner (playoff MVP), apparently lost his stick and his footing and the puck all at the same time, and could only watch in agony as the puck slowly drifted into the empty net.
The Rangers would hold on to win 3-1 and Quick has now given up 8 goals in two games.
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