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Senators score game-tying goal with 0.1 seconds left in regulation

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As close as you can cut it.

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The Ottawa Senators made one of the best comebacks in the 2015-16 NHL season on Tuesday with one of the most last-second goals in NHL history.

Literally. After the Ottawa Senators got within one goal of the St. Louis Blues with three minutes left in regulation in the third period, they pulled the goaltender to start a quasi-power play in the Blues' zone. The Blues turned away a handful of close calls, and looked like they'd pull out with a win by the skin of their teeth.

Not so. Jean-Gabriel Pageau beat Blues goaltender Jake Allen with 0.1 SECONDS LEFT.

The goal obviously went to video review, which confirmed the incredible: