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Pavel Datsyuk has scored some pretty amazing goals for the Red Wings since first donning the legendary Motown sweater in 2001, but one of his finest tallies came last month when he skated through the entire Predators team before burying the biscuit in Nashville. The 34-year-old went end-to-end against the Preds to tie things at three goals apiece and it was so ridiculously amazing that it reminded one Wings fan of dominant video game players who used to light the lamp with ease in EA Sports’ NHL 94. Check it out below. Stick tap to The Malik Report
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