Alexander Radulov Scores Absurd One-Handed Goal as Canadiens Take Series Lead on Rangers

By Anthony Blake

Each and every player channels his best effort during the Stanley Cup Playoffs, and sometimes that individual skill trumps all out on the ice.

Case in point, this goal from Montreal Canadiens forward Alexander Radulov was all want to and desire, as he skates to the net and winds up guiding the puck past New York Rangers goaltender Henrik Lundqvist with just one hand.

One-handed WOW from Radulov. #StanleyCup

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Sometimes guys in the NHL just leave you speechless and your jaw agape when they show off their skill level – this was one of those times.

How Radulov managed to keep control of the puck in traffic and tuck it behind Lundqvist is a mystery, but it’s one the Rangers must solve if they hope to get back in the series with Montreal.

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