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Four Line Challenge: Smith nets incredible long shot

Mike Smith launches a shot into a small target from the opposite goal line to help the Pacific Division win the NHL Four Line Challenge

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The 2017 Coors Light NHL All-Star Skills Competition was held in Los Angeles. Arizona Coyotes goalie Mike Smith was practically shooting from Pasadena.

Smith, a first-time All-Star, stole the show Saturday night, squeezing a puck through a miniscule space from roughly 200 feet away during the Honda NHL Four Line Challenge.

While the goal was surprising, Smith is widely considered one of the best puck-handling goaltenders in the league. Smith credited his work with former Dallas Stars goalie Marty Turco for his improved puck ability.

His effort got 20 points sealed a victory for the Pacific Division in the Four Line Challenge.

"I couldn't believe it went in. But it was a pretty cool moment, something I'll probably remember for a long time," Smith told NHL Network. "It was all in good fun and neat to see it go in."

Video: Mike Smith on making the 200-foot shot

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