Where were you when Evgeny Kuznetsov became indisputably JOKES? The date was December 12, the night of the Tampa Bay game, in the second period, in the library with the tuck-in goal.
Kuznetsov had the puck on a string in the Lightning’s zone. He telegraphed one of his fourteen signature moves, namely a wraparound attempt, but then he done flipped the script on the sumbeeword. Instead of driving around the net, which Ben Bishop probably expected, Kuznetsov moved quickly to gently push the puck into the net with his forehand.
Jokes. This is jokes. This is the definition of jokes. If you look up jokes in a dictionary, well, first it’ll tell you to look up the singular form, and then it’ll say “a thing that someone says to cause amusement or laughter, especially a story with a funny punchline,” but then after that you’ll see a picture of Evgeny Kuznetsov.
Caps lead 2-0.
Sorry Mr. Bishop, Kuzy often does that to goalies…
— Brent Johnson (@JohnnyGoalie12) December 13, 2015
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