In his years of broadcasting, I'm sure Rick Jeanneret has gotten a few goal calls wrong. After all, when you put the kind of energy into a game that he does, you're bound to get a little excited for the big goals. When there's a mass of bodies between the shooter and the net, it's often impossible to tell if someone tipped the puck on the way by or not. Friday night, Jeanneret got one wrong. The Sabres scored with four seconds to play to tie the score against San Jose, before going on to win the game in a shootout. Everyone, Jeanneret included, went crazy, and no one cares that Jeanneret credited Jason Pominville's goal to Craig Rivet. This was a fantastic game, one of the more entertaining of the season, and listening to a legend like Jeanneret call it only make it more enjoyable. As he said while the replays showed Pominville tipping the puck, "I don't think anybody in the building cares who scored it".
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