WATCH: Ducks' Trevor Zegras scores another lacrosse-style goal, but it's disallowed over offsides call

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Anaheim Ducks center Trevor Zegras thought that he managed the 3rd “Michigan” lacrosse-style objective of his profession early in the 2nd duration of Wednesday’s video game versus the Minnesota Wild. But after Wild head coach Dean Evason challenged the play, it was exposed that the Ducks were in fact offside on the play and the objective was prohibited.

Defenseman Dmitry Kulikov had actually entered the offending zone prior to the puck to cause the offside call. Ironically enough, the Wild traded Kulikov to the Ducks in August.

Still, as you can see above, the objective was downright excellent by Zegras. He had the ability to tuck the puck past Wild goalie Filip Gustavsson prior to the netminder might even respond. Zegras likewise prevented the high sticking charge call by letting his stick struck the crossbar — which is the limitation for how high a stick is permitted to go on an objective.

“It’s so ridiculous. I watched it in slow-mo between the periods and the speed he does it and picking up the puck by himself and doing that, it’s just crazy. I don’t know what to say about it,” Gustavsson stated.

Most just recently, Zegras transformed a “Michigan” objective throughout a video game last season versus the Arizona Coyotes in which he definitely deceived goaltender Karel Vejmelka.

The Ducks wound up falling 4-1 at the hands of the Wild, who were led by a two-goal efficiency from star winger Kirill Kaprizov. Gustavsson likewise tape-recorded 31 saves money on the night and just gave up one objective the remainder of the method after Zegras’ tally was removed the board.



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