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Swedish Hockey Player Scores Goal With His Pants — It’s Not What You Think

Think you’ve seen every possible way to score in hockey? Wrong. You’ve never seen the “drop it from your drawers” trick.

In a game between Djurgarden and Leksand in Sweden’s second highest hockey league, HockeyAllsvenskan, Leksand goalie Erik Hanses turned a shot away but the puck somehow got lodged in the pants of Djugarden’s player Alexander Wennberg. As Wennberg skated into the goal, he realized the puck was stuck in his pants and shook it loose.

The puck dropped past the line and counted as Djugarden’s second goal. They went on to win 6-2.

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