Matthew Strome scores incredible lacrosse style goal

Younger brother of Ryan (Edmonton) and Dylan (Arizona), Matthew Strome of the Hamilton Bulldogs in the OHL has caught the eyes of the hockey world with his lacrosse style goal on Saturday against the Ottawa 67’s.

Dylan Strome was drafted in the 4th round, 106th overall by Philadelphia this past summer.

 

Mike Legg is known as the man who invented the lacrosse style hockey goal while playing for University of Michigan in 1996, as seen in the video below:

 

Many of us first heard the name “Sidney Crosby” after he pulled off this move in junior.  Note: the reporter says, “…[Crosby] finishes with 2 goals and 4 assists”.  Seems like a pretty good stat line.

 

Mikael Granlund was able to scoop up the puck while in full stride, now that’s a new level of skill added to this move.

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