Scott Wedgewood lets in embarrassing goal against the Penguins

Oh no!

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Scott Wedgewood will want that goal back. 

That’s because the New Jersey Devils netminder looked bad on the Pittsburgh Penguins’ third goal on Tuesday night. 

The Pens already had a two-goal lead in the period when defenseman Brian Dumoulin flopped the puck in the zone to make a change. 

The puck bounced and ended up behind Wedgewood, who was embarrassed on the play. 

See what happened here: 


Bouncing pucks are unpredictable!

The Penguins’ goalie Tristan Jarry got the rare primary assist on the goal. And there is no doubt Wedgewood will want that one back - for years to come!