Corey Perry’s Overtime Goal With 0.6 Seconds Remaining Lifts Ducks Past Canucks (Video)


The Anaheim Ducks needed 4:59 of overtime to stun the Vancouver Canucks on Sunday night.

As the Ducks were on a 4-on-3 power play with time winding down, Nick Bonino tracked down a clearing attempt and sent it up-ice to Ryan Getzlaf, who dished it to a streaking Corey Perry. Perry then beat Eddie Lack five-hole with a wrist shot that came with just 0.6 seconds remaining in overtime.

With the win, the Ducks improved to 17-0-2 at home. The Bruins now will attempt to become the first team this season to hand Anaheim a regulation loss at home when they take the Honda Center ice on Tuesday.

Check out the play in the video below.

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