This almost seems impossible to believe, but it really happened.
And what did he do with those two seconds of ice time? He recorded 29 penalty minutes.
The official tally: Two minutes for cross-checking Patrick Kaleta, two minutes for instigating, five minutes for fighting, a 10-minute misconduct, and a 10-minute game misconduct.
It was all part this little sideshow act off of a faceoff less than three minutes into the game.
So that's how you earn 29 penalty minutes in two seconds.
This stat line seemed unbelieveable to me, almost as if it had to be some sort of record. So I fired up Hockey-Reference's game tracker (which only goes back as far as 1987) and searched for players who played less than one minute in a game and tallied more than 20 penalty minutes.
There were 17 matches (you can see them all by clicking here).
Orr is just the fifth player since 1987-88 to play 20 seconds or less and tally more than 20 penalty minutes.
On Nov. 28, 1999, Brantt Myhres of the San Jose Sharks played one 20-second shift against the New Jersey Devils and picked up an incredible 30 penalty minutes.
On Feb. 17, 2001, Pittsburgh's Steve McKenna played 17 seconds over two shifts and earned 20 penalty minutes.
On Nov. 9, 2001, New Jersey's Jim McKenzie played one seven-second shift and earned 27 penalty minutes, and somehow finished the game as a minus-one, making it what might be the worst game by any individual player over the past 25 years.
And finally, the only game that can truly compare to what Orr did on Thursday, New Jersey's Krzysztof Oliwa played three seconds against the San Jose Sharks on Nov. 28, 1999, and tallied 20 penalty minutes.