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Bruins’ Seth Griffith blocks shot, scores between legs backwards


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Somewhere Don Cherry is sitting in an elegant chair, reclined and yelling “THAT’S HOW YA DO IT!” at his TV after watching Seth Griffith score a monster of a goal.

Griffith, the 21-year-old forward from Wallaceburg, Ont., learned how to play the game at the “Ontario Academy of Fine Hockey Arts”, or more commonly known as the junior hockey institution that is the London Knights of the Ontario Hockey League.

Grapes’ boy delivers a jaw-dropping backwards, between the legs goal that shouldn’t be overshadowed by the fact that he threw his body in front of a shot in the build up.

This goal encapsulates everything that you would want in a highlight reel hockey goal:

-Some real manly grit to block the shot

-Muscle as Griffith battles through New Jersey Devils defencemen Marek Zidlicky and captain Bryce Salvador to get to the puck

-Creativity as he gets turned around and fires that baby between his skates, backwards.

Go on Griffith, go on.

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