Video: Dustin Penner's Game 5 overtime winner sends Kings to Final
Dustin Penner was the unlikely overtime hero for the Los Angeles Kings in Game 5, sending them to the Stanley Cup Final.
But there he was, in overtime, scoring the series-clinching goal that secured a spot in the Stanley Cup Final for the Kings.
Not long after a controversial hit at the blue line that resulted in Coyotes defenseman Michal Rozsival leaving the game with an injury, Penner pounced on a loose puck between the circles and rifled a shot past Coyotes goalie Mike Smith.
And this is what it looked like...
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