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Blue Jackets goaltender completely whiffs, allows goal from opposite end of the ice


David Legwand just scored a goal from about 130 feet away from the net.

How? Blue Jackets netminder Joonas Korpisalo completely whiffed on a Sabres clearing attempt that crossed not one, but both blue lines before redirecting into the net.

The puck took a crazy bounce right in front of Korpisalo, who thought he had the puck secure. Even worse? The Blue Jackets were on the power play. Yep, that's right. The bomb was a shorthanded tally for the Sabres.

Even Columbus head coach John Tortorella is at a loss for words here.

This isn't the first time Korpisalo has allowed a long range goal, as P.K. Subban got him from center ice just last month!