Joshua Kloke
Tuesday November 17th, 2015

Mikkel Boedker has no quit in him. Down 4–1 late in the third period to the New York Islanders, the Arizona Coyotes forward took it upon himself to skate through four Islanders and snipe one past Jaroslav Halak to keep things interesting.

It wasn’t enough to spark a late comeback though, as Boedker’s Coyotes eventually went down 5–2. But it was a spectacular, end-to-end highlight-reel goal from the emerging Danish star nonetheless.

Boedker started from behind his own blue line and seamlessly stickhandled through Islanders defenders before quickly finding a hole on Halak’s glove side.

WATCH: Hurricanes rookie Hanifin scores first career NHL goal

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