Mike Smith gets puck stuck in pants, scores own goal in OT
Sabres' Matt Moulson points out to the referee where the puck was lodged as Phoenix Coyotes goaltender Mike Smith looks. Gary Wiepert/The Associated Press
In one of the most bizarre plays of the season, Phoenix Coyotes goalie Mike Smith scored the game winner for the Buffalo Sabres on Monday night.
After a shot by Sabres' Mark Pysyk deflected into the air and landed in Smith's pants, the goalie backed over the goal line to protect the net, scoring the decisive goal in a 2-1 loss to Buffalo.
Watch the strange own goal above.
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