This is either the worst goal celebration you'll see or the best. Possibly both.
Late in the first period on Sunday in Chicago, T.J. Oshie went to the crease to crowd Corey Crawford. Oshie was able to get his stick on the puck and fired it at the five hole of Crawford.
The puck went in and came right back out. The referees saw it, the Blackhawks players saw it and even the Blues saw it. But Oshie, the man who shot the puck, didn't. He continued to try and dig the puck out from under Crawford before he stopped, presumably because everybody else stopped.
The best part? Oshie turned around and started looking back and forth at his teammates before it dawned on him: He scored (GIF via @PeteBlackburn).
You can pinpoint the moment that he realizes the puck went in, right after he asks his teammates coming in for the group hug if he scored. The smile lit up his face and his right arm went around Jay Bouwmeester. Party on!
They can't all be as clear as Game 4's goal from your knees, T.J.