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Video: Mason Raymond pulls off shootout spin-o-rama

Mason Raymond

A day after Kaspars Daugavins made a bold (but unsuccessful) shootout move, Mason Raymond provided his take on the spin-o-rama on Tuesday.

While it’s a different rendition, Raymond holds at least one trump card: it worked.

That ended up being the only goal in the shootout as the Vancouver Canucks beat the Columbus Blue Jackets 2-1 (SO).

Naturally, as with just about any out-of-the-ordinary moment of hockey creativity, someone was upset with the move.

In this case, it’s not about it being a “hot dog” move. Instead, head coach Todd Richards merely told the Columbus Dispatch’s Aaron Portzline that he believes the goal shouldn’t have counted.

“To me, it looks a little questionable, because it looks like he does take a step backward,” Richards said. "(But) that’s not the only (shootout) goal that’s been scored like that.”

Streak updates: the Canucks have now gone nine games without a power-play goal while the Blue Jackets continued an eight-game point streak.