Divot theorists pipe down. That puck was shot by an NHL player. They rip the puck. Despite being deflected by Quick, I will not accept the fact that the pucks inertia was changed by a divot on the ice.
Could the rotation on the spinning puck in conjunction with the divot lead to such a drastic change of direction? Maybe. I’m going to consult with my friend the Physics Major to get to the bottom of this, but until then I’m going with divine intervention coupled with aliens.