The coolest goal ever scored in hockey
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You had to see it to believe it. Even then, you probably wouldn't have believed what you just saw. In a 1996 NCAA tournament game between Michigan and Minnesota, Wolverines right wing Mike Legg scored on a puck-flipping, lacrosse-style trick ...
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