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It was the call of a lifetime a forty two year old Zamboni driver David Ayers was called in as a fill in emergency goalie for the NHL's Carolina hurricanes yesterday after two of their goalkeepers went down with injuries there's also been a practice goalie for the opposing team the Toronto Maple Leafs he told fox boards that it's a moment I'll never forget it's a lot harder to Beyonce within just over the walk into the ring and the fans actually kinda cool a little crazy when I walked in there that was really cool channel fans or a really really appreciative obviously even though I was on the other team but it was a great time a similar forget obviously lay the last twenty minutes we faced ten shots and made eight saves the hurricanes went on to defeat the maple Leafs by a score of sixty