December 7, 2010

Bogosian Celebrates His Second Goal of the Season like only a Two-Goal Scorer Can: Memorably

When the celebration is more noteworthy than the actual goal, it's kind of a bad sign, but, no matter. Zach Bogosian and the Atlanta Thrashers will take the goal no matter how embarrassing a celebration will forever be attached to it in fans' minds.

It was his second goal of the year and 21st of his career, meaning, maybe, just maybe, he felt the need to get a little light-headed and take a tumble now that he's of legal goal-scoring age. Whatever the case, the goal helped to enable yet another Thrashers victory, which, if you haven't been paying attention, have been piling up as of late. The team is currently in sixth place in the Eastern conference, while Ilya Kovalchuk's New Jersey Devils are just three points out of last. Perhaps most embarrassing, though, is that Niclas Bergfors has six goals and 17 points, while Kovy has five goals and 11 points. What's most embarrassing is that Kovy would likely kill for even the chance to celebrate as Bogosian did yesterday night.

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