London Knights Antonio Stranges' insane end-to-end goal
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Antonio Stranges has some of the nastiest edge work we’ve ever seen.

The Dallas’ Stars prospect scored a ridiculous goal in the OHL for the London Knights on Friday. The Knights were taking on the Saginaw Spirit at Budweiser Gardens Arena. London won the game by an 8-5 score.

Stranges showcased his ridiculous edge work as he skated end-to-end and beat the opposing goalie. The skating from Stranges looks like something out of a video game. The 20-year-old had the puck on a string as he made the entire Spirit team look silly.


Stranges was selected by Dallas 123rd overall in the 2020 NHL Entry Draft. The Michigan native has some flashy skill that makes him a can’t miss-NHL prospect. Stranges’ mohawk skating and 360-degree puck control is blowing the minds of hockey fans in the OHL.

It won’t be long before we see Antonio Stranges in the NHL. The filthy prospect is tearing up the OHL, racking up 27 goals and 69 points in 49 games for the London Knights this season. The Stars could use Stranges, as they’ve ranked bottom-half of the NHL in offense for several years.

Stranges will take center stage in the 2022 OHL Playoffs beginning April 21st. London is currently sitting first in the OHL Western Conference standings with 92 points. Stranges and the Knights are one of the teams favored to win it all.

We couldn’t be more excited to see how this type of skating translates to the NHL level. Take a bow, Antonio Stranges.