Watch Predators’ P.K. Subban Drain Slap Shot From Center Ice Vs. Canucks


Dec 14, 2017

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.

Thumbnail photo via Thumbnail photo via Bob Frid/USA TODAY Sports Images
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