Andrei Svechnikov Michigan goal vs Boston Bruins
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Mista Svechnikov has done it again.

Carolina Hurricanes winger Andrei Svechnikov scored his third career Michigan goal on Tuesday night. The Canes were in action against the Boston Bruins at TD Garden. In what became a blowout victory goal for the visitors, Svechnikov stood out with a highlight-reel rally.

Svechnikov pulled off the magical move midway through the second period. He juked out Bruins forward Johnny Beecher in the corner before cutting behind the net and scoring lacrosse-style on goalie Jeremy Swayman.

Svechnikov’s goal was initially ruled as a no-goal, but following the replay, it was determined that the puck went in. Svech was adamant he had scored, pointing to the goal right away.

Watch Svechnikov’s third career Michigan goal here:

Svechnikov spoke with Bally Sports at the intermission about the tally:

“I got behind the net and I’m always saying I’m going to try the move. I wish I could have celebrated in a bit more of a fun way, but no one realized it was a goal, I guess it was just me.”

Bruins goalie Swayman had a funny reaction when reporters asked about the Michigan goal after the game.

“My goal was to never give up a ‘Michigan’, Swayman told the media. “That went down the toilet tonight.”

Svechnikov was among the first to appear on the list of NHL players who attempted the Michigan. He scored his first lacrosse-style goal back in 2018 against the Calgary Flames before netting his second just months later against the Winnipeg Jets.

Svechkinov has also attempted a Michigan goal in the NHL Playoffs. Don’t be surprised if the flashy winger goes for his fourth lacrosse goal when the lights are shining the brightest this postseason.