But sometimes, simple is more effective. Like the celebration Moscow Dynamo’s Leo Komarov had in a hugely hyped Kontinental Hockey League game against SKA, as he scored a goal and then did the referee's job.
That’s Komarov gesturing emphatically at the puck three times as it sits behind Alexander Salak, before skating over to celebrate with his teammates.
I haven’t seen power-pointing like that since my Psych 101 project in college.
Of course, mine had more clip art and balloon transitions.
Hopefully this sparks a “mimicking the officials” celly revolution. Like a dude getting tripped and then mocking his opponent with the universal sign for tripping as he goes to the box.
Our only question: If Komarov was still with the Toronto Maple Leafs, how many milliseconds before he gets cross-checked to the side of the head by an opposing player and/or goaltender?
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- Alexander Salak