Pro Update: When Will Okposo Run Out of Ways to Score?

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Yesterday, we brought you NHL.com's feature on former Gopher Kyle Okposo and the St. Paul native's stellar play over the last month. 

Okposo continued to produce for the New York Islanders with a goal (his third goal and fourth point in four playoff games) in last night's 6-4 win over Paul Martin and the Pittsburgh Penguins that tied the Eastern Conference first-round playoff series at 2-2. 

But it's not just that Okposo is scoring goals...it's how he's scoring them. 

Last night, Okposo evened the game at 3-3 in the second period (New York would go on to outscore the Penguins 3-1 in the third) when he threw a backhanded attempt from behind the net off Marc-Andre Fleury into the net. 


In game three's 5-4 overtime loss, Okposo tipped a no-look pass to himself to setup this shorthanded goal that started a two-goal rally to force overtime. 


And then there was the game two winner from Okposo when the forward blindly threw a shot towards the net that bounced off the wall, off Fleury and in to give the Islanders a 4-3 win. 


But our favorite's still probably this beauty from college...


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