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Prospect scores eye-popping spin-o-rama goal in summer league shootout

Antonio Stranges, forward from London of OHL, wowed NHL players, crowd at charity event

by Pat Pickens @Pat_Pickens / NHL.com Staff Writer

Antonio Stranges may have the sickest mitts in Michigan.

The 2020 NHL Draft prospect who plays for London of the Ontario Hockey League authored an eye-popping, spin-o-rama move at the Eastside Elite All-Star Challenge on Tuesday.

Watch: Antonio Stranges' amazing shootout spin-o-rama goal

Stranges was participating in the event in Detroit for Team Bertuzzi, one of the four teams named for current or former NHL players, and wowed the crowd by skating in and doing a full spin before beating the goalie on his forehand.

Stranges impressed NHL players like Gustav Nyquist, Zach Werenski, Dylan Larkin, Cam Fowler and Vladislav Namestnikov and many others who are participating in the league. Steven Oleksy, the league founder who also played for Toronto of the American Hockey League last season, did his best to make sure video spread across social media.

Instagram from @stevenoleksy: This move by @tonio_stranges at last nights @esehockey All - Star Challenge pretty much sums up the night and won him prettiest goal of the event but Alex Kile took home MVP.Thank you to everyone that came out to support @esehockey and the @cassiehinesshoescancer I was waiting to post this to recap the event but @gongshowgear @heybarber are quick to do so with no love for where the content came from. Much more footage to come...@beatsbydre @watchdogwatches @everydayr_usa@labedahockey @jimmyosmialowski@knollsy919

Eastside Elite is a summer league that brings the best players in Michigan together and also raise money for charity. Proceeds from the All-Star Challenge went to Cassie Hines Shoes Cancer Foundation, which seeks "to guide young adults with cancer by providing them resources, social support programs and more."

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