Last night, Columbus Blue Jackets forward Sonny Milano showcased that he not only has that staggering level of confidence in himself, but that he also has the ability to pull it off. It's a move that we've seen plenty of times before but it usually comes when a skater is in all alone on a breakaway with time and space to bring such a maneuver into the realm of reality. But rarely do we ever seen it pulled off under such duress, as Milano successfully splits two defenders to break into the zone and manages to complete the style move while both those defenders are reaching in on the puck. Milano, 23, was a first-round pick of Columbus in 2014, due in part because he has sick hands and offensive ability. He's seen pieces of action over the the past four seasons and has yet to consistently put it all together at the NHL level, but this highlight gives a little peak at his ceiling -- and his ceiling is ridiculous. See the goal at the 3:10 mark in this video... or watch the whole thing and GO JACKETS!
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