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02-14-2012, 11:37 AM
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Sickest goal ever scored (Minnesota HS player)





Just..... speechless. Now all the NHLers are going to try to emulate this, watch.


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Nice goal..

Hard to say it would be emulated in the NHL though..I have never played goalie but most of the goalies I play against probably would not have been so far back in the crease and had attempted a poke check before he got that close in with that fancy stuff

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Nice goal but I'm more speechless because that kid is 5' 10" and 220lbs in high school!

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It was freakin unbelievable. I still can't pick the puck up on the forehand, let alone the backhand, at speed, on a breakaway, and then to score. Wow.

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Ridiculously amazing to pull that off at full speed, in a game, on a breakaway. Crazy, crazy goal!

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It was freakin unbelievable. I still can't pick the puck up on the forehand, let alone the backhand, at speed, on a breakaway, and then to score. Wow.
He is a Detroit Lakes kid. I can't tell which is the other high school they are playing though.

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Nice goal..

Hard to say it would be emulated in the NHL though..I have never played goalie but most of the goalies I play against probably would not have been so far back in the crease and had attempted a poke check before he got that close in with that fancy stuff
Pretty much the chapter in the goalie textbook of what not to do on a breakaway.

No way that goalie should have been that deep in his crease. As soon as the player took control of the puck the goalie should have been well in front of the top of the crease. He gave the player way too much time, but even if he started at the top of the crease he could have excecuted a hard poke check instead of just letting the player make his moves.


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Great goal. The fail rate on that move must be so high that it really does take someone with balls to pull it off.

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Pretty damn beautiful

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Well he is leading his team in scoring with 37 points (14, 23) but it is a weaker league, that's for sure. He could go USHL or just go DIII. I don't know. Here is his hockey hub page:

http://www.mnhockeyhub.com/roster_players/645001

Page on the story "going viral": http://www.mnhockeyhub.com/news_arti...errer_id=32760

I can't stop replaying the video.

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Still think this one is better.


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Both insane moves.

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The hair did it.

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Kid's flow is out of control. I thought it was a girl at first. His skating seems a bit weird, but it appears to be working for him. Nice move.

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So that is where Chris Simon yas been hiding.

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So that is where Chris Simon yas been hiding.
Haha. Chris Simon was awesome. One of the best "enforcers" of the 90s. Put up 30+ goals that one year and was amazing that year.

Yeah, this kid is Native. There have been Natives in the NHL for some time though as I recollect.

The other move posted was pretty insane. I was more surprised to see an Israeli hockey team.

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man, I couldn't even tell what he did until I saw it from the goalie cam's awesome vantage point.

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kid looks like a greasy meatbucket with a silky hands transplant

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man, I couldn't even tell what he did until I saw it from the goalie cam's awesome vantage point.

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