On November 26 2005 the New York
Rangers and the Washington Capitals
skated to a 2-2 overtime draw and the world's longest NHL shootout was on.
After each team had their allotted 3 shots each it was still tied with both
sides scoring twice.
two more players, 12 from each team, tried,
but after each pair it was still tied until...
...Marek Malik of the New York Rangers,
the 30th shooter, pulled the puck back between his legs, then flipped the puck
over Capitals goalie Olie Kolzig in a spectacular highlight reel goal giving the
Rangers a 3-2 victory and setting the mark for the longest NHL shootout at 30.
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