KHL All-Star Lights Up Their Skills Competition

Published on 24-Jan-2016 by Alan Adamsson
NHL / NHL Daily Review

Giving a new perspective on lighting it up.

It's safe to say the dude had a hot stick.


With 51 points in 52 games, it's no surprise Swedish left winger Linus Omark made it to the KHL's skills competition.

He saved the surprise for showtime:

Too bad they couldn't have resurrected Fox Sports' ahead-of-its-time sperm puck.

Its short-lived stay was introduced at the NHL's 1996 All-Star game:

Take that, MLB Statcast!

 Meanwhile, if hockey ever goes to shootout specialists, Omark will be first in line.

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