(SPORTS.YAHOO) — A strange moment occurred in a Minnesota High School hockey game Tuesday night, and when I say strange, I mean absolutely flipping insane.
Trailing Farmington by one goal with just over three minutes to go, Chaska needed a break to knot things up. Then they got one.
That's when the disgruntled Farmington goaltender Austin Krause decided it was time to make a statement by costing his team the victory.
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He casually walked the puck out from behind the net and into his own goal to tie the game, then gave the finger to his coaching staff, saluted the crowd, and left the ice. Thank god it was caught on video: