On first blush, the Montreal Canadiens’ 1-1 goal from the first period of Game 4 against the New York Rangers was about a few things:
- Alex Radulov‘s Jagr-esque sturdiness on the puck. (Seriously, good luck getting the biscuit from that guy right now.)
- The Rangers feeling frustrated after a mostly positive opening frame ending nonetheless at 1-1.
- An outstanding give-and-go between Shea Weber and Torrey Mitchell.
As it turns out, the goal might be most noteworthy for how many Rangers and Canadiens were on the ice during the tally:
You don’t see that every day/year.