We've seen high school hockey players pull off a Tomas Hertl, which, until now, was a benchmark for goals from a player not yet in college. But this goal from Alex Hopkins in a Wisconsin playoff game may top even the heralded Hertl.

Hopins, in the final game of his high school career, is forced wide by a defender with under 90 seconds left in the game. He pushes the puck through the defender's legs, spins around him, then pokes the puck between the legs of the goaltender.

The goal also completed a hat trick for Hopkins. Unfortunately, Hopkins' team lost 6-3.

[via Puck Daddy]