Kukla's Korner Hockey
by Paul on 05/11/06 at 01:27 AM ET
With time winding down in regulation in Game 3 and the score tied at 2, Alfredsson found himself free to the left of Sabres netminder Ryan Miller. Alfredsson took a couple of strides, and from just outside the face-off dot, unleashed a withering shot. The shot beat Miller but glanced off the far post about three-quarters of the way up. There was one second left on the clock. "He was off his angle. I had a good shot there I guess. It seems that's the way it goes right now," Alfredsson said of his achingly close call. Only that's not just how it goes now, that's how it goes every year. As Maxwell Smart used to say, "Missed it by that much."read on
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