Trevor Zegras scored a crazy goal while blindfolded at the NHL All-Star event

No one is doing better in the NHL than Trevor Zegras right now.

Zegras is just a 20-year-old rookie playing for the Anaheim Ducks, but over the past few months we’ve seen incredible creativity from the kid. Seriously, Zegras scored one Goal of the Year contender and assisted another, all in the span of two months.

On Friday at the NHL All-Star Skills Competition, Zegras was back in the Breakaway Challenge. For starters, Zegras came out in full Peter LaFleur attire, invoking a full Dodgeball reference. Not only that, Zegras went further and took a chance blindfolded while being bombarded by fighter balloons.

Oh, and for good measure, Zegras scored on his attempt. Just because he’s crazy.

There’s nothing Zegras can’t do, is there? What a great demonstration of what his talent brings to the NHL and the hockey world. And somehow Zegras didn’t even win the event!!! The Las Vegas bias came to the voting panel as Alex Pietrangelo of the Vegas Golden Knights won instead. A shame.

Hockey fans, however, absolutely loved Zegras’ moves as he stole the show at the NHL All-Star Skills Contest.

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