Scrappy, recently suspended Zach Sill just scored one of the weirdest goals I’ve ever seen.
As Sill attempts a centering pass, the puck deflects high into the air. While it is airborne, Sill skates around the net and, magically, the puck lands right at his feet.
He beats Andrew Hammond with a quick shot.
It’s his second career goal.
Sill's previous NHL marker came against Chicago, nearly a year ago on Jan. 21, 2015. #CapsSens
— Mike Vogel (@VogsCaps) January 11, 2016
If that wasn’t weird enough, Tom Wilson loses an edge and takes out a Senators player during the celebration.
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