Kris Versteeg scores with 0.4 seconds left in period
Talk about waiting till the last second to get something done.
As far as buzzer-beating goals go, Chicago Blackhawks forward Kris Versteeg scored one of the best you’ll ever see on Sunday. With about two seconds left, Versteeg caught the puck with his foot, kicked it to his forehand, side-stepped a defenseman and fired past Toronto Maple Leafs goalie James Reimer to score with 0.4 left on the first period clock.
For those of us who struggle to just make it to work on time, Versteeg’s level of multitasking on a deadline is unfathomable. Kudos, sir.