An insurance company is refusing to pay a fan who netted a 175-foot shot in front of 4,500 fans during The Allstate Good Hands Shootout presented by the Indiana Ice, a minor league hockey team as part of its "Hockey for Heart" promotion.
IndyStar.com reports that the fan, Richard Marsh, glided a shot the length of the ice, with the puck eventually sliding through through a small cutout blocking 95% of the net. His excitment was short-lived, as he was disqualified for the amazing shot by an unnamed insurance company that deemed him ineligible to receive the $50,000 payout, citing that Marsh was not standing behind the designated starting line.
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