Broken glass doesn't break Panthers' rally over Red Wings
DEC 10, 2013 10:05p ET
Florida's staffers re-located fans who were seated behind the net.
The opaque panel only blocked the view of one goal: Bjugstad's tying tally with 5:22 left in the third period.
Panthers general manager Dale Tallon remarked following the game he had never seen anything like it before in his 46 years of hockey.
The maintenance crew changed out the glass one more time before overtime began.
Its a good thing, too, otherwise fans would have missed out on Aleksander Barkov's highlight-reel shootout goal.