Oh boy, Jeremy Bracco may have scored the goal of the tournament in the second period of the first game.
Hooo boy look at the moves from Jeremy Bracco to put Windsor up 2-0 pic.twitter.com/vcyArG8hfJ— Scott Matla (@scottmatla) May 20, 2017
Nothing was going to keep the puck out of the net on that play. Not Jakub Zboril hooking him, not Chase Stewarts attempt at defense, not Callum Booth’s excellent play so far this game.
Here’s an alternate angle on the play:
This was Bracco’s second point of the game, he assisted on the Spitfires first goal in the first period, passing the puck up from behind the net to Canadiens prospect Jeremiah Addison.
At the end of the second period, the Windsor Spitfires lead the Saint John Sea Dogs 2-0.