Watch Hungarian MOL Liga player score twice in four seconds (Video)

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The worst lead in MOL Liga hockey is apparently the 2-1 lead. This was displayed on Monday when one such lead disappeared within a span of four seconds.

According to reader Miklos, who tipped us to the story, the game was part of a league featuring seven teams from Hungary, Romania and Slovakia. Dab.Docler's Nikandrosz Galanisz of Hungary erased a 2-1 Ferencvaros lead all by himself with a pair of goals in four seconds.

Here's the video evidence:

A comeback wasn't in the works for Ferencvaros as Dab.Docler would take the game 6-4.

So how fast was the feat? Pretty fast, but still not the best.

The NHL record books cite Nels Stewart in 1931 and Deron Quint in 1995 as the fastest pair of goals by one player in league history at four seconds. But topping that was North Bay's Tyler Ertel, who did the trick in just three seconds while playing against Sudbury in an OHL game in 1989.

That's fast.

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