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Did You See That? Canucks blunder leads to own goal

With the game tied late in the second period, the Vancouver Canucks give up a shorthanded own goal against the Montreal Canadiens.
Vancouver completely misplays the puck behind the our net and they end up scoring on themselves. 1:00

With the game tied late in the second period, the Vancouver Canucks give up a shorthanded own goal against the Montreal Canadiens.

Canucks goalie Roberto Luongo played the puck behind the net, dodging the Habs' Travis Moen on the penalty kill forecheck.

Jason Garrison picked up the puck then left it for Dan Hamhuis before the puck somehow found its way into Luongo’s crease. Luongo had his back turned when the puck deflected off his left skate, and then his right skate, and then into the back of the net. 

The own goal gave Montreal a 2-1 lead and became the eventual game-winner in their 4-1 road win.

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