The Dallas Stars have leaned heavily on Kari Lehtonen through the first past of the season, as the netminder has carried the team on his back and -- if nothing else -- has at least given his team a chance while things have fallen apart in front of him.
On top of facing the third-most shots of any goalie in the NHL and having the second-best save percentage (behind the unconscious numbers put up by Craig Anderson this season) Lehtonen has managed to make some incredible highlight-worthy saves this season.
No save has been more impressive, however, than his behind-the-back stab of the puck against the Columbus Blue Jackets on Monday. Some may think it was a blind wave at a puck bouncing over his shoulder but I maintain it was a very deliberate grab at the puck that he knew was falling behind him.
Don't ask me how I know that, but I believe it.