The NHL Play of the Year continues today with two goaltenders showing off some hot leather.
In the 13th matchup of the Round of 32, Kari Lehtonen and Karri Ramo will battle it out for glove saving supremacy.
Lehtonen showed why you should never give up on a play, no matter how dire the circumstances.
The Dallas Stars netminder was on the opposite side of the crease when Los Angeles Kings forward Jarret Stoll found the puck on his stick with an empty cage to boot. Not to worry though, as Lehtonen, with his body contorted, stretched as far as he good stretch and snagged the puck out of the air with his glove just before it was about to pass the goal line.
Ramo’s effort, on the other hand, was just as improbable as the Calgary Flames season.
After a gift of rebound, New York Rangers forward J.T. Miller one-timed the puck, most likely preparing for the celebration that would soon occur with his blue-shirted teammates. That was until Ramo decided he didn’t want any part of that visual and reached back to make the sprawling glove save to put the Madison Square Garden crowd back into their seats.
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