Gotta See It: Ho-Sang’s dirty shootout move

Shawn McKenzie reports from Toronto where New York Islanders draft pick Joshua Ho-Sang talks about his perception in the NHL.

Joshua Ho-Sang will not enter the NHL quietly — and that is a good thing, despite what some of the conservative minds might think.

“I don’t have any problem with the hockey world, because they’ve given me so much,” the New York Islanders’ 2014 first-round draft pick (28th overall) told Sportsnet’s Shawn MacKenzie this week. “My issue is the way they try to change me.”

Not too sure if anyone should try to tinker with the forward’s shootout skills, though.

Watch as the 18-year-old scores a rather despicable trick-shot shootout goal at BioSteel camp, held at St. Mike’s Arena in Toronto.

Ho-Sang dips his stick, scoops the puck on the blade and beats goaltender Malcolm Subban with a spinning backhand, completing the move with a spinout on his knees.

Shootout judge Tyler Seguin gave the move a 12 out of 10.

So flashy. No place for it.

Bonus Beat: Sportsnet sits down with Josh Ho-Sang, who speaks on why some teams passed him over

(via BioSteel)

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