Binghamton Senators goaltender Andrew Hammond had a short night on Wednesday against the Lehigh Valley Phantoms. After facing three shots in the game's opening 36 seconds, he allowed three goals. If that wasn’t bad enough, the three goals came in a span of 21 seconds.
Said Gordon afterward, via the Phantoms' YouTube page: "I've never even done it in a videogame!"
The rest of the period was dominated mostly by the Senators, who finished the first out-shooting the Phantoms 15-6, but remained off the scoreboard until late in the second period.
The feat tied the AHL record for fastest three goals by one team, which was set by the Hershey Bears in 1962. The record for fastest three goals in an AHL game is 20 seconds, set by the Worcester IceCats and Springfield Falcons in 1997.
In case you were wondering, the NHL record for the fastest three goals by one team is held by the Boston Bruins, who set the mark in 20 seconds against the Vancouver Canucks in Feb. 1971.
Lehigh Valley would hang on in the end for a 5-3 win.
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