Apr 27, 2014, 12:25 AM EDT
This is the 2014 Stanley Cup playoffs, so apparently no lead is really safe. It seems that way at times, doesn’t it?
Colorado Avalanche forward P.A. Parenteau picked a great time for his first goal of this post-season, scoring with 1:14 remaining in the third period to tie Game 5 against the Minnesota at three-goals apiece and send it to overtime.
Now, there was the debate about whether the goal should’ve counted because a possible missed offside call at the Minnesota blue line.
Just watched replay again on Avs tying goal. Sure looks like Stastny may have been offside. It's close, but looks that way…—
Pierre LeBrun (@Real_ESPNLeBrun) April 27, 2014
Yeah, I thought that was offside too. But the Wild had a chance to get the puck deep and couldn't.—
Jason Brough (@JasonPHT) April 27, 2014
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