Penguins’ Conor Sheary Scores First Ever NHL Goal In July [Video]


This will be one of those go-to sports questions in the future that stumps everyone, but for now Penguins fans can bask in the glory that their team has another achievement that will never be broken.

Five minutes into the first period of the game, Pittsburgh Penguins captain Sidney Crosby rushed towards the Philadelphia net, which, created a passing lane for Jake Guentzel. Conor Sheary put himself in the lane then roofed the shot from the right-wing circle over Philadelphia's Carter Hart.

Couturier and Kevin Hayes scored for the Flyers and Jason Zucker scored for Pittsburgh tying the game in the third period. Scott Laughton scored the overtime winner for the Flyers.

Penguins goalie Matt Murray allowed two goals on 12 shots before he was replaced by Tristan Jarry midway through the second period. While on the other side of the ice Flyers goalie Carter Hart stopped 11 of 12 shots in two periods before Brian Elliott came in to finish out the third.

The Penguins will open their best-of-five qualifying round against the Montreal Canadiens on Saturday at 8pm Eastern on NBC.

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