As the second period of their game in Montreal on Saturday wound down, the Pittsburgh Penguins were all set to skate intio the locker room with a commanding 4-2 lead. Perhaps that's why they won't.
The Canadiens scored twice in the final three minutes to tie the game at 4-4, stunning the Penguins and sending the Bell Centre crowd into a frenzy. Brian Gionta's tip-in on Tomas Vokoun got the rally started at 17:37, but P.K. Subban's goal was far more impressive. The Canadiens won a faceoff in the Pittsburgh zone with just seconds remaining, and Subban amazingly potted the game-tying score with just 0.7 seconds remaining. Montreal fans went nuts, and the Canadiens ended up taking the lead in the third period.
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