Coyotes Goalie Mike Smith Drills Incredible 200-Foot Goal At NHL Skills Competition


The NHL All-Star Skills Competition normally produces a few must-see moments, and this year was no different.

This year the NHL added the Honda NHL Four Line Challenge. The Four Line Challenge has teams of four players attempt to make shots from different points on the ice to accumulate points. The final shooter for each team gets to attempt to make a shot from the far goal line through the five hole. Teams have the choice to substitute a goalie for their final shooter, as any goal made by a netminder is worth 20 points.

The Pacific Division team did just that, and Arizona Coyotes goalie Mike Smith connected on the 200-foot goal.

Take a look at the ridiculous shot below.

Smith has long had the reputation as one of the best puck-handling goalies in the league, and he showcased that Saturday night. He also was the last netminder to score a goal in an NHL game, which he did against the Detroit Red Wings in 2013.

Perhaps the Coyotes should let Smith run point on the power play occasionally.

Thumbnail photo via Kelvin Kuo/USA TODAY Sports Images

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