The latest comes from Sunday's Swedish Hockey League game between AIK and Brynas. Early in the first period, with AIK already killing a 5-on-3, they took another. With the delayed call and Brynas still holding possession of the puck, they attempted to take advantage, but a pass from the goal line back out to the point ended in disaster:
If you're scoring at home, Jonas Liwing was given credit with the goal for AIK.
It wasn't even like it was that much of an errant pass by Greg Scott or took a deflection on its way out to the point; it just appeared to be a combination of a hard pass and Simon Bertilsson a half second too slow to receive it.
But the early shock wouldn't throw Brynas off their game. Scott would make up for it scoring a power play goal 1:39 later to help his side come out victorious 5-2.
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