Devin Setoguchi's shootout goal attempt against the Montreal Canadiens

Devin Setoguchi has one of those moments on the ice you'd like to forgot

3/3/12 in NHL   |   Scott   |   53612 respect

With his team trailing by one in a shootout with the Montreal Canadiens, Minnesota Wild forward Devin Setoguchi needed to score against Carey Price to extend the game.  Instead, Setoguchi found himself on the wrong end of the highlight reel with this video popping up on social media sites all over the net.






The sad part is, Setoguchi played a huge part in the Wild even getting this game into overtime. Unfortunately, he'll be remembered more for his shootout fail then his game tying goal.
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3/5/12   |   marcus_nyce   |   27279 respect

It was the perfect ending to one of the worst played hockey games this season. I'm surprised Price didn't miss play the puck and have in trickle in behind him. Habs got an extra point while in Suck for Luck mode too. I hate everything about my team right now. EV-ERR-EEE-THING.

3/3/12   |   billywa   |   658 respect

This was only slightly more embarrassing than the shot Dany Heatley took prior to Setoguchi's which, for someone considered to be an elite NHL scorer, was pitifully lame and coulda been stopped by my Grandmother...

3/3/12   |   scquwi1   |   1231 respect

I laughed when I saw it last night, reminded me of the Mighty Ducks.

3/3/12   |   ML31   |   3675 respect

Well...  Everyone makes mistakes...

3/3/12   |   Jess   |   34836 respect

hah! This looks like something we might have seen at the All Star Skills Comp. Whoops. Aww...poor Setoguchi. How hilarious humiliating. 

3/3/12   |   Debi_L   |   11862 respect

OMG, I`m ROFLMAO and feeling so bad for doing so.  How embarrassing for him.