There are many dangles that a hockey player can use when facing a defender in a one-on-one situation. Sometimes they’ll put the puck through their own legs, the defenders legs, or even try a spin-o-rama. One of the rarest moves, the backhand toe-drag, is almost impossible to successfully complete, but Quinnipiac University forward Nick Jermain pulled it off to perfection.
The extra move at the end to get around the goalie was the cherry on top. In case you didn’t notice, the defender was caught completely flat-footed.
This dangle is one of the toughest plays to pull off in hockey and Jermain nailed it.