Friday, December 19, 2014

Martin Brodeur gives up ridiculous center-ice goal to Dwight King (VIDEO)

Martin Brodeur has more saves than anyone in the history of the NHL, which means the Blues' new netminder has also given up his share of goals too. But Ol' Marty probably never saw the puck get by him as ridiculously as this shot from Dwight King Thursday night.

When the Los Angeles Kings forward sent this seemingly harmless shot from center ice towards Brodeur, nobody in the arena thought twice about him making the simple glove save. But after the puck hit the ice, it skipped up once and then bounced off the ice, over Brodeur and actually got a piece of the water bottle for the comedic goal.

Adding insult to injury, that was the sixth goal that Brodeur gave up in the game — one that the Blues led 3-0 — tidying up the Kings' 6-4 come-from-behind victory.

Sure the 42-year-old future Hall of Famer looked silly but, we'll blame it on the bounce.

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