Found May 20, 2013 on Kukla's Korner:
Ray Sheppard was as slow as Larry Murphy and had hands of stone in terms of puckhandling, but he scored 50 goals for the Wings the year before they flipped him to San Jose for Igor Larionov, and he did so by skating in on goalies and simply waiting for them to take themselves out of the play. Gustav Nyquist made a Ray Sheppard-like deke on Corey Crawford tonight, but he only did so after absolutely flying up ice and dekeing and dangling around Brent Seabrook: Via RedWingsFeed, do you like Gif's? Do you follow World of Isaac on Twitter? Then you get this: Continue reading "Gustav Nyquist pulls the ‘Ray Sheppard,’ dekes Crawford down and scores"
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