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The Art Of Goal Scoring Returning

from the Toronto Star,
It used to be that virtually every NHL goal looked alike, a four-footer out of a crowd of players jamming the crease against an overstuffed goalie on his knees. Now, solo rushes are plentiful and thrilling, and already this season most fans can rattle off several of their favourites. There was Jason Spezza's spectacular effort around Sheldon Souray in overtime to beat the Habs. Matt Cullen of Carolina created a piece of art to pot a winner against Philly. And the list goes on and on.


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