Antonio Stranges shows off hands with silky shootout move
The Eastside Elite Hockey League is a summer league that brings together prospects, minor leaguers and NHL players. Founded by longtime pro Steven Oleksy, the 2019 season features the likes of Dylan Larkin, Alex DeBrincat, Zach Werenski, Vladislav Namestnikov, and Todd Bertuzzi, among others,
During Tuesday night’s All-Star Challenge, which raised money for the Cassie Hines Shoes Cancer Foundation, Antonio Stranges, a 17-year-old forward for the Ontario Hockey League’s London Knights, wowed the crowd inside Michigan’s Mt. Clemens Ice Arena with this shootout move.
Silky and smooth, just the way to do it.
Here’s another angle via Michigan Hockey:
That wasn’t the first time that Stranges has showed off his unbelievable hands. TPE Hockey, who tipped us off to Tuesday’s move, has this montage showcasing what the young forward can do in the shootout
If you’re looking for the nastiest hands in junior hockey then #2020NHLDraft eligible Antonio Stranges might be your guy. He has some of the best dekes and finesse in the OHL. Here’s a highlight reel of his shootout moves. Also, if anyone knows what his shootout % is then lmk. pic.twitter.com/tXduqlDocd— TPEHockey (@TPEHockey) January 7, 2019
Stranges, a Michigan native who grew up playing for the Little Caesars program, is eligible for the 2020 NHL Draft. In his first season with the Knights in 2018-19 he scored 13 goals and recorded 34 points in 66 games.