In all, the game lasted 146:48. He was flawless over the final 119:56 of the game until Alex Krushelnyski netted the game-winning goal. May.
The Stanley Cup playoffs are known for being one of the most thrilling and grueling postseason spectacles in all of sports, but the NHL's minor league affiliate - the American Hockey League - also brings its fair share of playoff insanity.
Alex Krushelnski's goal at 6:48 of the fifth overtime gave the Phantoms a 2-1 victory after six hours and six minutes. Eastern in Charlotte. It was the longest game in the 82 year history of the AHL.
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Former UND forward Corban Knight (four shots on goal) also played in Wednesday night's game for Lehigh Valley, which grabbed a 3-1 series lead in the best-of-seven set. That was the second-most in the AHL's history, with the old record coming from Michael Leighton with 98 saves in a losing effort from the Albany River Rats back in the AHL's previous longest game, which ended 2:58 into the fifth overtime back in 2008. But the Phantoms never would have made it to that point if it weren't for the absurd performance of their goaltender, Alex Lyon. His counterpart in net, Alex Nedeljkovic of Charlotte, was no slouch himself.
Charlotte outshot Lehigh Valley 95-53, including 54-29 in the overtime periods.
He finished four saves shy of the AHL record, which was set during the game 10 years ago that was finished by Potulny's victor.