Henrik Lundqvist slides around while Kings score circus goal

Jarret Stoll's second period goal in Game 2 of the Stanley Cup Final was right out of a circus act.

New York Rangers goalie Henrik Lundqvist doesn't give up many goals, and if you're going to score against him the way he's playing this postseason, you'll need either a perfect shot or a little bit of luck.

In the second period of Game 2, Jarret Stoll and the Los Angeles Kings received a little bit of luck.

After a brutal turnover by Brad Richards, Justin Williams set up a wide-open Stoll for a quick one-timer in the slot with Lundqvist completely out of the net. In his place, Rangers defenseman Kevin Klein was trying to tend goal, and he might have a chance to stop the shot had the stick of Lundqvist not slowly redirected it into the net.

The whole thing was so weird we decided to set it to Yakety Sax. It works.

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