Meet The Luckiest Islanders Fan In The World (If That's Not An Oxymoron)

We're in the middle of a crazy playoff race in the NHL right now, but this is without a doubt the most ridiculous hockey-related thing you'll see all week. Mike Mann, an Islanders' season ticket holder, won a drawing to have the opportunity to shoot a puck at a puck-sized hole in a piece of wood. From 114 feet away.

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You've gotta think that New York Auto Giant, the company who decided to risk $30,000 in the event towards the purchase of a new car, thought there was zero chance some guy from the crowd would be able to pull off such a feat, let alone even an NHL player. But, well, you know what happens already, since we wouldn't be sharing this news if the guy missed.

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Better go play the lottery, man.

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(H/T: FanHouse)

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