Did You See That? Corey Perry makes case for goal of the year

Anaheim Ducks sniper Corey Perry made his case for goal of the year on Monday night, with a flashy snipe from his knees against the New York Islanders.

Ducks forward snipes goal from his knees

Corey Perry (19) Wrist Shot, assists: Daniel Winnik (12), Ryan Getzlaf (21) 0:14

Corey Perry is on such a hot streak right now he could probably even score from his knees. 

Wait a minute, he did exactly that Monday night. 

The Anaheim Ducks sniper scored a goal of the year candidate in his club's 5-2 win over the New York Islanders, when he deked out a couple of defenders, lost his footing and wound up popping the puck over the shoulder of goalie Anders Nilsson. 

The former 50-goal winger added another one Monday and has now scored in six straight to raise his season total to 20.

Watch the goal above to see how swee it was. What do you think?


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