Glove save and a beauty, except the other glove.
Nashville Predators goalie Pekka Rinne used the glove side of his blocker to make a sprawling save on Pittsburgh Penguins forward Jake Guentzel, who was closing in on a rebound with a full head of steam before being denied in spectacular fashion.
Perhaps even more impressive than denying Guentzel, who has 13 goals during the Stanley Cup Playoffs, just one off tying Dino Ciccarelli's rookie record, Rinne stoned Penguins captain Sidney Crosby on a breakaway just seconds before the highlight-reel stop.
Crosby tried to go to his backhand, but Rinne extinguished the first shot and rebound. The initial save took the goalie all the way to the left side of his crease, however, and as the bodies starting crashing the net, Rinne was pushed even farther away.
To make things worse, Rinne also lost his stick in the pileup, leaving him no choice but to reach out with his blocker hand to make the miraculous stop.
Guentzel scored four goals on Rinne in the first three games of the Stanley Cup Final.