Detroit Red Wings forward Dylan Larkin is spending his offseason representing Team USA at the IIHF World Championships in Russia.
On Friday, Team USA beat Team Hungary 5-1 in a preliminary game. So far, Larkin has two goals and four assists in five games.
During Friday's game against Hungary, Larkin scored a goal from a near impossible angle. He skated in down the left wing and was nearly behind the goal line when he shot it behind the goalie and into the net to give Team USA a 3-0 lead.
Check out the crazy goal below.
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Right now, Team USA is in third place in Group B with nine points. They are 3-2 and face Germany on Sunday and Slovakia on Tuesday hoping to make it into the quarterfinals.