Connor McDavid continues to do the impossible with stunning goal vs. Senators

Edmonton Oilers superstar Connor McDavid continues to do things that would be impossible for others. (Andre Ringuette / NHLI via Getty Images)
The Ottawa Senators simply have no answer for Connor McDavid and Leon Draisaitl.
In seven games this season, the two superstars had teamed up against the Sens for 33 points. Both players continued their success against the Senators in Wednesday's game, underlined by this absolutely spectacular winning goal from McDavid.
What a piece.
After lining the Senators for a long time in their own zone, the Oilers pucked the puck over to McDavid, who was completely knocked down by a well-positioned Chris Tierney on his way to bury a highlight reel goal.
Edmonton won the game 3-2 thanks to that wonderful marker.
McDavid and Draisaitl have dominated Ottawa this season. In the competition on Wednesday, the two together scored eight points, with Draisaitl (3 goals) and McDavid (1 goal) scoring all of the Oilers' goals in the game. The extremely talented duo has now collected 41 points in eight games against the Senators.
The Edmonton win lifts the team past the Winnipeg Jets for second place in the North Division and marks the eighth win in as many competitions against the Sens this season.
The two teams will play their last game of the campaign against each other on Thursday.
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