Video: Calgary Flames Score From Own End in Game 4

Edmonton Oilers goaltender Mike Smith will want this one back as the veteran netminder let in a weak goal from the other end of the rink. Coaches will tell you to put the puck on net and Calgary Flames defenseman Rasmus Andersson took the advice to heart.

In a 3-2 game mid-way through the third period, the Flames were killing a penalty and Andersson fired the puck 150-feet down the ice and wouldn't you know, the puck had eyes. Smith was screened and next thing you know it's a tie game. 

Kudos to Smith for bouncing back and brushing it off, collecting himself enough to help the Oilers win 5-3 to take a commanding 3-1 series lead. This kind of stuff though, can't be happening this late in the Stanley Cup Playoffs, or ever for that matter.