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Must See: Cayden Bailey stops a puck behind his back

Leave it to Surrey Eagles netminder Cayden Bailey to steal the show in his first game back from injury.

In Powell River on Saturday night, Bailey finished off a sequence of saves with one of his most brilliant of the year. A rebound in front by Kings forward Ryan Brushett popped up into the air and was going to land in the crease behind Bailey, but he was able to swing his arm backwards and knock the puck out of mid-air.

For a goalie that is no stranger to phenomenal saves, this could possibly be his best. To even find the puck floating in the air was difficult enough, but to also swing around and make contact like he did? Incredible stuff.

The Eagles would eventually fall to the Kings by a 4-1 score after an empty-netter, but it was an extremely well played game by the goaltender in his first game back in the lineup after missing six in a row.

Check out the video of the incredible save below!