Found March 09, 2014 on Bob's Blitz :
Sergey Tolchinsky, left winger for the Ontario Hockey League's Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds (and Carolina Hurricanes prospect) scored an insane backwards breakaway between-the-legs top shelf goal against the Sarnia Sting.The Greyhounds downed the Sting, 7-0.**Follow us on Twitter, Subscribe by Email, View via Our Mobile Site, or Return Home
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