GIF: Zucker Scores Amazing Goal Ten Seconds into Game

Jason Zucker scores a highlight-reel goal for the fastest in Minnesota Wild history

Just 10 seconds into a contest between the Winnipeg Jets and Minnesota Wild, Jason Zucker scored an amazing goal. He dangled past a Jets defender and then roofed the puck past the goaltender. This goal is his first of the season and also the fastest goal to start a game in Minnesota Wild history.

What is the Fastest Goal in NHL History?

For some interesting hockey trivia, the record for fastest goal in NHL history is shared by three players at just five seconds into a game. Doug Smail achieved this feat for the Winnipeg Jets against the St. Louis Blues on December 20, 1981. Bryan Trottier of the New York Islanders matched it against the Boston Bruins on March 22, 1984. Alexander Mogilny of the Buffalo Sabres did the same against the Toronto Maple Leafs on December 21, 1991. These lightning-fast goals underscore the excitement and dynamic nature of hockey.

Jason Zucker’s Goal a Remarkable Moment

Jason Zucker’s goal is now a part of Minnesota Wild history. His ability to score so quickly after the game began not only set a franchise record but also energized his team and fans alike. As the season progresses, fans will be watching to see if Zucker can continue to deliver highlights like these.

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