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Coleman's falling, one-handed effort makes for stunning goal

Devils forward scored in unbelievable fashion against Winnipeg

by Cristina Ledra @cledra / NHL.com Staff Writer

Coleman's incredible goal

WPG@NJD: Coleman nets outstanding one-handed goal

Blake Coleman hustles and lifts the puck past Laurent Brossoit with one hand while falling to the ice, scoring his second goal of the game

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There are highlight-reel goals and then there's whatever Blake Coleman orchestrated for his second goal of the New Jersey Devils' game against the Winnipeg Jets on Friday.

The Devils forward chased down P.K. Subban's long-distance flip pass and somehow lifted the puck with one hand on his stick past Jets goalie Laurent Brossoit as he was falling. 

The two TV calls and radio call expressed similar shock at the fact that the puck actually went into the net. It looked like Coleman and his teammates were equally stunned at the result. 

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