We wrap up this week-long tour of hockey’s greatest own-goals with entries from all over: the KHL, the NCAA, the Swiss National League B, an IIHF tournament and, of course, NHL action stretching back over decades.
If there’s one thing that this list — and especially this final batch of 10 makes perfectly clear — it’s that hockey is alive and well all over the world. And if there’s a second thing, it’s that at no point in a player’s career does he become incapable of self-victimization. Like I said, the game of hockey is alive, and sometimes it turns on you like an angry animal.
These 10 guys can attest to this better than anybody.
10 | Jaroslav Halak, St. Louis Blues
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