Watch: The most incredible goal of the Playoffs

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Brian Gibbons take a bow. The sometime Pittsburgh Penguins center scored an incredible solo effort for the Wilkes Barre-Scranton Penguins in the AHL Playoffs.

The National Hockey League isn't the only league going through the post-season right now and Gibbons drew plenty of attention to that fact.

Gibbons was playing with Sidney Crosby only a few weeks ago and it seems like he took a few of those moves he saw in training and in game to the AHL where he cut through 4 Bruins defenseman and a lovely slot through the goaltenders five hole.

Brian Stubits of CBS' Eye on Hockey summed the move up best:

“The dangles on this goal above, oh man the dangles. It's insane how he just weaves through the defense like they're not even there and then finished the play with the goal. It probably wouldn't have hurt the Providence Bruins to throw a body in there but my goodness.”

Incredible and sheer genius from the 26-year old.

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