Patrick Sharp's awkward goal celebration after he scored on a power play in Game 4 got plenty of traction in Canada.
TSN, Canada's version of ESPN, had it No.1 in its top 10 of celebrations gone wrong.
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At first, Sharp looked like he wanted to swipe the ice like Patrick Kane does, then he ran into Kane and fell as his teammates rushed to greet him.
"It was a little embarrassing, but I was excited about it," Sharp said. "It was a big goal and I thought it could be the difference in the game so I was just showing my excitement.
"I always do stupid things when I score, and I don't have anything planned. I just get so excited. I told (Kane) he should have stopped me because I embarrassed myself there."
Kane said he wanted no part of stopping Sharp.
"I probably should have grabbed him when I was close to him in the corner," Kane said. "But I know when someone messes up one of my celebrations I tend to get mad, so I let him go. Now he's saying I should have grabbed him. It was pretty funny, especially at the end."
Sharp, who is one of the best pranksters on the team, said thankfully the focus is on Game 5 on Saturday and he didn't hear much from his teammates.
"He had a few chips there," Duncan Keith said.