Jun 5, 2013, 11:26 PM EST
Fair or not, both Tomas Vokoun and Kris Letang have been scapegoats as the Pittsburgh Penguins have gone down 2-0 in their third-round series against the Boston Bruins. Win or lose, they’ve played much better in Game 3 on Wednesday.
That moment really was crystallized early in overtime as Letang took away much of Nathan Horton‘s time and space while Vokoun stopped the shot on this dangerous semi-breakaway opportunity:
The rest of OT will determine if this was just a nice moment or a possible turning point in the 2013 Eastern Conference finals.
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