Watch: This 11-year-old girl is better at hockey than you are

Friday May 15th, 2015

Next month the Professional Hockey Writers Association will present the Calder Memorial Trophy to the NHL's top young talent from the 2014-15 season. 

But London's Emma Nichols, an 11-year-old goalie for the Lee Valley juniors hockey team, might have all three finalists beat. 

Nichols rode her best Henrik Lundqvist impression all the way to being named co-MVP of the England Ice Hockey Association Junior Inter-Conference tournament, stopping 35 shots in a game for South East against the Midlands and preserving a shutout win, Yahoo sports reported

Nichols had a .959 save percentage for the U-11 tournament. Her performance even won the accolades of the British Elite Ice Hockey League team the Cardiff Devils, who facetiously told Nichols' agent to give the team a call in 10 years. 

Check out Nichols' sweet moves below.

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