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Philip Larsen goes end to end in KHL game to score crazy goal leading to the opposing goalie pulling himself

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Honestly, the goal was underwhelming for me. He wasn't explosive, the skill wasn't great. Everything defensively was extremely poor. A lone fore-checker who completely doesn't even try to influence Larsen. Three retreating defenders in their D zone none of which sought to body him or close him down. No lateral movement from any of the defenders, and the goalie looked like he'd quit before the shot, forget obviously after.

 

Great for him, but I don't even feel like watching it again. It's quite a boring goal, which is kind of sad given that it was end to end.

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6 hours ago, Stamkos said:

And he didn't do this for us because?...

Willie. 

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2 hours ago, Mathew Barzal said:

Reminds me of Edler going full Moses on the Jackets defense. 

They couldn't believe that was actually happening. Eddie straight down the tracks Lol

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9 hours ago, S'all Good Man said:

Nice to see him doing better, I thought that cheap shot from Hall might be a career ender. 

T'was a clean hit.

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6 hours ago, Mathew Barzal said:

Reminds me of Edler going full Moses on the Jackets defense. 

 

 

Love how Dorsett's on the Jackets too lol

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3 hours ago, JoesRooster said:

T'was a clean hit.

sure. If McDavid ever gets hit the same way I guarantee it will be a penalty. 

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34 minutes ago, S'all Good Man said:

sure. If McDavid ever gets hit the same way I guarantee it will be a penalty. 

We could argue using hypotheticals all day lol.

Mcdavid wouldn't even put himself in a position to get hit like that. Hockey IQ.. Dude is on a different frequency.

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4 minutes ago, JoesRooster said:

We could argue using hypotheticals all day lol.

Mcdavid wouldn't even put himself in a position to get hit like that. Hockey IQ.. Dude is on a different frequency.

fair enough. The rules say contact with the head thats unavoidable isn't allowed, but it really seems to depend on how the DOPS feels from day to day. I think Hall had plenty of time to change his path but regardless its good to see Philip back in the groove in the KHL. 

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WOW! Holy COW! 

 

I always saw the offensive talent in his game... the bigger ice and lower level of opposition talent makes him much better there. 

 

Hope he continues to have a good career. Glad he's recovered from that horrific injury. It was in that Carolina 8-6 game right? 

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20 hours ago, numb3r 16 said:

Title.

 

 

 

 

So, what you're saying here is, the KHL is a really weak league??? :P

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10 hours ago, Mathew Barzal said:

Reminds me of Edler going full Moses on the Jackets defense. 

One of those goals you never forget.

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