VIDEO: Gabriel Landeskog rings all three posts, puck still goes in
How could one beat Vincent Lecavalier's three-posts and out shot on Monday? Gabriel Landeskog did it by going off all three posts and in on Tuesday.
What's more impressive than Vincent Lecavalier hitting all three posts with one shot and the puck bouncing out on Monday night? Gabriel Landeskog hitting all three posts with one shot and the puck going in.
That's right, for the second straight night in the NHL a player rang both posts and the crossbar with one single wrist shot. As luck would have it for Landeskog, his third bounce went in, not out.
Check that out again (via Reddit, Yogi_Berra):
So I'm pretty sure he just found the only way to beat Lecavalier in Three Bar.
Seriously, I would love to see the odds on this happening twice in two days in the NHL. They would have to be astronomical.
The Avalanche sure did need the fortunate bounce to go their way; they were able to force overtime against the Preds and win in a shootout to keep pace with Chicago in the Central Division.
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