Another game, another highlight-reel goal for rookie forward Kirill Kaprizov. The Minnesota Wild sensation made a crazy, between-the-legs move to open the scoring in the Wild’s 4-2 win against the Los Angeles Kings on Friday. Kaprizov took a pass from teammate Jared Spurgeon [who had forced a Goal Star Logo Decal Sticker turnover at the blueline] and bolted up Boston Bruins Logo iron on sticker the right side of the boards.
He completely baffled Kings defenseman Mikey Anderson with a move where he put the puck through his own legs, then skated around him and scored, burying the puck past Kings goalie Calvin Petersen. It was the 20th objective of the season for Kaprizov and it was scored with extra style. Aleksander Barkov scored a game-winning goal in overtime on Saturday.
Today imagine what he could have done if he was looking. The Florida Panthers ahead picked up a rebound in front of his own net, fought off Carolina Hurricanes forwards Andrei Svechnikov near center ice then streaked down the proper side, looked off goalie Alex Nedeljkovic Custom NFL Number Letter Kits and fired on net for the winner. Barkov stared in teammate Jonathan Huberdeau, who was approaching the slot, from the time he reached the top of the faceoff circle until the puck trickled into the net. Nedeljkovic got a piece of the puck with his pads, but was expecting a rebound and shifted his attention to that just briefly enough that Barkov’s shot slipped by. Facebook Share