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Canucks draw penalty, pull goalie and promptly score on their own empty net

Poor Loui. You can cross a new item off your “rare hockey plays” bucket list. The screaming you heard from Canucks fans on Twitter was because of a major, yet amazing, gaffe by winger Loui Eriksson in the first period on Saturday. The Flames had just taken a penalty; winger Troy Brouwer was whistled after tangling with a Canucks player nine minutes into the game. But Vancouver retained possession, and pulled their goalie to get a man advantage until the Flames touched the puck again.
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