Sidney Crosby’s goal with 0.3 seconds left earns Penguins point vs. Bruins (Video)
Sidney Crosby gave the Boston Bruins the lead in their game against his Pittsburgh Penguins when he inadvertently deflected the puck into his own net.
Crosby being Crosby, one figured he’d find a way to get it back, and he did – with 0.3 seconds on the clock.
"TORONTO HAS A MECHANISM!"
Here's the non-Jack Edwards feed.
Crosby’s 6-on-5 goal just before the green light flashed gave the Penguins the regulation tie with the Bruin on Monday night, before the Bruins won in overtime on a Torey Krug goal, 4-3.
James Neal started the sequence with a pass to the slot with four seconds remaining. Chris Kunitz fired the puck on goal. Crosby then swept the puck into a gaping net for the tie and his 13th goal of the season.
Might wanna mark No. 87 next time there, Bruins.