By Dan Jenkins
@DanTJenkins

If the Chicago Blackhawks go on to win the Stanley Cup, this may be the moment looked back on as the turning point of the series.

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Chicago’s Patrick Sharp almost literally had the puck fall into his lap after Tampa Bay Lightning goalie Ben Bishop unwisely left the net to play it. Bishop apparently didn’t see teammate Victor Hedman coming back to play the puck and the two collided while skating well out in front of the goal.

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Sharp had to be shocked, seeing the puck trickle through both players and out in front of the goal. He looks like he almost didn’t want to celebrate and embarrass the two Lightning players.

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You don’t see mistakes like that during a championship round too often.