Dan Treadway
Sunday January 19th, 2014

It might be one of the more unlikely goals ever, and it's one that certainly should not have counted.

With 30 seconds left in a tight game between the Red Wings and Kings, Detroit defenseman Niklas Kronwall uncorked a shot that seemed to disappear into thin air before finally emerging at the back of L.A.'s net. It was only upon closer review that it was revealed that the puck flew up several feet over the boards into the protective nets before ricocheting and then bouncing off of the back of Jonathan Quick and then landing neatly in the goal.

It was clear the goal should not of counted, but the play was not reviewable.

The Red Wings would go on to win the game in a shootout, but even Kronwall would admit after the contest that his goal should not have counted.

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