Mats Sundin scored the strangest shootout goal in his Hall of Fame game against Nicklas Lidstrom


  • Toronto Maple Leafs legend Mats Sundin proved over the weekend that he’s still got it.
  • The 48-year-old led a group of former players against his old Swedish pal Nicklas Lidstrom in the Hall of Fame Legends game on Sunday and it all came down to the wire.
  • After exchanging goals all game, Team Lidstrom ultimately came out on top with an 8-7 shootout win. Sundin’s squad may have lost but let us tell you… he undoubtedly had the highlight of the game.
  • We’ve seen some shootout attempts and then, there’s this. Watch as the Hall of Famer kicked his stick into the puck and managed to put home a surprisingly hard shot.
  • This one must’ve taken some practice…
  • These games are just for jokes but jeez, Sundin’s still a stud.
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