Fehr watches the puck go in from his knees.
Mike Green was a hockey Istari all Thursday night, but never more than he was in overtime.
In the first shift after rego, Mike Green piloted yet another controlled entry into the Columbus zone. Green’s fake shot forced Jack Johnson to revert to his initial form– the NHL’s version of Magikarp. Then Green sailed below the goal line, earning enough space to give Eric Fehr a gorgeous layup.
Fehr rightfully celebrated like an anteater, but Green was the guy who made that happen.
What a great win.
— Bernie Bae (@TheBernieBae) December 19, 2014
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