The life of a goalie is not an easy one and back-up center Connor Crisp found that out the hard way. When the starting goaltender for the OHL's Erie Otters went down with an injury after only two minutes in their game against the Niagara Ice Dogs, Crisp stepped up and took over a position he hadn't played since he was five years old. As you probably could've guessed, Niagara ended up winning the game, 13-4 and the center-turned-goalie gave up all the goals on 46 shots. So...it could've been a lot worse.
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