We'll call this the Michael Scott goal celebration.
If the fictional former boss of Dunder-Mifflin Scranton ever did follow up on that hockey career, this is what his goal celebrations would be all about — zany, self-absorbing and over the top.
Luckily, Finnish hockey player Iiro Vehmanen is around to give us a glimpse of what it might look like to see Michael Scott score a goal. Vehmanen, who plays for TuTo in the Mestis league in Finland, took celebrating to new level recently.
Upon scoring a goal in his team's first game of the season, Vehmanen sprinted to the boards, jumped up on to them, used the glass to hold himself up and then blew a kiss to his adoring fans.
Check out video of the goal below with yet another stick tap to Yahoo's Puck Daddy blog. The goal comes at the 0:30 mark.
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