Ryan Garbutt blows past Cam Fowler to score Stars' 3rd goal in 53 seconds

Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports

The Dallas Stars scored three goals in 53 seconds on Tuesday night, including this beauty from Ryan Garbutt where he blew past Cam Fowler.

Everything was going so well for the Anaheim Ducks on Tuesday night. At least for the first 43 minutes of their game at Dallas. They had the lead, they were playing relatively well, and they seemed to be on their way to winning their third game in a row.

And then, in one unbelievable minute from hockey hell, everything fell apart.

That's when the Stars scored three goals in 53 seconds to turn a 2-1 deficit into a 5-2 lead.

First, it was Cody Eakin scoring his sixth goal of the season to tie the game at two. Then, just 35 seconds later, Stephane Robidas gave Dallas its first lead of the night. And if that wasn't enough, Ryan Garbutt added some insurance just 28 seconds after that when he scored this goal after absolutely blowing past Ducks defender Cam Fowler.

Seriously, where did that come from? And why was Cam Fowler skating in slow motion?

Dallas would go on to add another goal just six minutes later.

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