Why dump and chase when you can just score from center ice?
For most NHL teams, that’s a not a particularly useful hockey ideology. Then again, most teams don’t have P.K. Subban.
The Nashville Predators defenseman netted two highlight-reel goals in his team’s 7-1 throttling of the Vancouver Canucks on Wednesday. The second goal, which came in the second period and gave the Preds a 3-0 lead, was particularly noteworthy, as it came on a slap shot from center ice.
Check this out:
What a laser.
This goal was one of many forgettable moments for Canucks goalie Anders Nilsson, who stopped just 41 of the whopping 48 shots he faced.