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Top 5 Dangles of the Year

By Ontario Minor Hockey Association, 04/02/15, 5:30PM EDT


Final week of 10,000 Touches is here so let's celebrate and check out some sick moves

With 10,000 Touches coming to a close and wrapping up the 5000 Puck Challenge earlier this season, we hope that you are dangling and sniping better than ever.  The NHL season is coming to a close and the Stanley Cup Playoffs are right around the corner. What better way to celebrate than by taking a look at the Top 5 goals of the year from our featured Bauer Athletes.

5. Steven Stamkos' Individual Effort

Watch as Stamkos successfully protects the puck from 3 Ottawa Senators then slides the puck past the tendy to score his goal.

4. Tyler Ennis' No Look Backhand

A great effort by Ennis to stick with the puck after going underneath the stick of his opponent then kicking the puck with his foot to put the backhand in.

3. Patrick Kane's Amazing Shootout Goal

Kane has some of the best hands in the game, and this goal proves it. He uses the quick touches maneuver in order to make the goalie bite and then just slides it home for the goal.

2. Jordan Eberle's Toe-Drag

The toe-drag is one of the most effective moves in a player’s skill set and Jordan Eberle shows us why. After dragging the puck around the San Jose defender he makes a quick forehand-backhand move to put the puck in the net.

1. Ovechkin Goes Between the Legs

This goal is one of the reasons why Alexander Ovechkin is one of the most exciting players to watch. After picking up the puck, he goes between the legs that helps split two defenders than makes a beautiful finish to score the goal.

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