Canadiens vs. Penguins: P.K. Subban ties game with 0.7 seconds left

The Canadiens started a late comeback in the second period.

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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