Kukla's Korner Hockey
by Paul on 05/04/10 at 07:46 AM ET
from David Haugh of the Chicago Tribune, So many times as a kid skating outside on a frozen pond in Lethbridge, Alberta, or inside a crowded rink, Kris Versteeg shot the puck imagining a goal that would mean something this big.
So many times as a boy, Versteeg had rehearsed the celebration he unleashed Monday night in joyfully dropping to his knees and pumping his fist after a Game 2 goal with 90 seconds left that perhaps saved the Blackhawks’ season.
“It’s something you grow up dreaming about but when it happens like this it’s hard to describe,’’ Versteeg said after the biggest goal of his career gave the Hawks their first lead in a 4-2 comeback win over the Canucks.
continued and watch his goal below…
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