If you are going to score the goalkeeper’s goal, you must hit the descender just as hard.
Allow Pyotr Kochetkov to show you the way.
The Chicago Wolves guard scored an away goal in an NFL game against the Manitoba Moose on Friday, then launched into a wild celebration with his teammates.
We’ll let the video, which the wolves shared on social media, do the talking.
Kochetkov, 23, in the Carolina Hurricanes’ system, played a ball behind the net, had some room to move to his left, and let it fly in from behind the goal line.
The high arc puck rose above everyone else on the ice and slid into the opposite net. Then things got wild.
Kochetkov skated to post ice, hit the glass, and jumped into the arms of teammate Jack Drury. After that, he skated to the bench for a handshake, on the contrary Linus Ullmark When he scored for the Boston Bruins.
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The Hurricanes were very proud of their player.
Kochetkov played 22 games in the NHL for the Hurricanes, going 13-4-5 with a . 912 save percentage, 2.39 goals-against average and three shutouts.
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