We all love Ilya Bryzgalov for his quirky soundbites, but other than his final season in Philadelphia, he’s kept comedy antics for off the ice.
This is where Julius Hudacek, Puck Daddy’s favorite goaltender in the world, comes in. You probably know the Orebro netminder by now for his post-game leap-frogging and ice fishing celebrations. On Thursday, after another victory, he showed off his latest victory celebration with a little help.
After Orebro’s 6-3 win over Frolunda, Hudacek grabbed several young fans from the crowd and led them in the “Macarena”:
"We have no mascots, so sometimes I take the help of some fans," Hudacek told Sport Expressen. "At first the kids were a little hesitant, but then we just started dancing. I said I would dance and that they would just imitate me. Everyone can [do] this song. It was perfect."
There was good reason to celebrate. The win was Orebro’s third in a row and fifth in six games, moving them to fifth in the Swedish Hockey League table.
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