The Unbreakable NHL record: Nathan Horton scores without playing – Things You Might Not Know

In sports, records are meant to be broken, but every once in a while a player will achieve a notable feat that may never be replicated. Such is the case for Nathan Horton, who is credited with a goal in a game he didn't even play in. Today on "Things You Might Not Know," we'll look at how Rich Peverley's near-death experience in an NHL game led to Nathan Horton scoring a goal without playing. ——————— Hey guys! I finally decided to take the plunge into 4K, and ditched the green screen while I was at it. Unfortunately with the way I was set up to shoot this video, my audio quality took a little bit of a hit, which I didn't realize until I had already torn down my video setup and got to editing. I will absolutely remedy that by next week's video. Please let me know what you think of this new look for the channel in the comments! ——————— Hosted by ThinkSoJoE (​​)
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