Junior league goalie scores on empty net and everyone absolutely loses their minds

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When a hockey player scores on an opponent’s empty net, there’s typically a tempered celebration. The game is over, the win is sealed — everyone can relax.

When that scoring hockey player is a goalie, however, you gotta sound the hell off like its the best goal you’ve ever seen in your entire life. The Stampede, a Tier 1 junior hockey team from Sioux Falls, South Dakota, understand this unwritten rule.

When 19-year-old goalie Mikhail Berdin scored an empty net goal from the the opposite end of the rink, his teammates absolutely lost their minds. Read more…

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