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Watch: Sens Filip Gustavsson Gets First NHL Win, Flames Try To Steal Game Puck

22 year old Ottawa Senators goalie prospect Filip Gustavsson got his first NHL win against the Calgary Flames Monday night and he played lights out. Gustavsson made 35 of 36 stops as the Senators took down the Flames 2-1.

The kid seems like a stud, in is two games with the club this season he as a whopping .977 save percentage. Not bad at all for the former Pittsburgh Penguins 55th overall pick in the second round of the 2016 NHL draft

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As is tradition with most firsts in the NHL, your teammates will collect the game puck for you to keep as a piece of memorabilia. Unfortunately Flames Rasmus Andersson had other ideas and decided to act like a clown as he tried to skate off the ice with the game puck.

After he was caught the chucked it down the ice where Matthew Tkachuk shot it even further away. It’s really unfortunate stuff you don’t like to see, the Calgary Flames are a bunch of babies.

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People were not happy about it, check it out.


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