Kael Mouillierat has redefined the behind-the-net lacrosse style goal.
We've seen plenty of beautiful scooped-puck-whipped-around-into-the-top-corner goals over the years, highlighted by the "original" lacrosse goal scored by a young Sidney Crosby during his time with the Rimouski Oceanic.
Mouillierat has taken the move to a whole new level, as seen in the video above. Not only does he pull off the tricky shot, he flips the puck onto the backhand of his stick. It's hard enough to pull the move off with a "standard" procedure, not to mention the little-to-no-time players have to execute the move in the first place.
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