He may not have been able to get sweet, sweet payback, but this hockey player came back with a vengeance to lead his team to victory,
After leaving a pool of blood on the ice after being struck in the face by a puck during Sunday's game against the Boston Bruins, Tampa Bay Lightning forward Tyler Johnson made the next team pay, scoring the teams only two goals in route to a 2-1 win over Toronto.
Johnson has played in only 26 games this season and notched his first two-goal game of the season, after having scored nine entering the contest.
That's one way to get even: take it out on the next team.
[h/t Saint Petersburg]
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