MONTREAL - If you haven't heard the call of Ilya Kovalchuk's overtime winner in Punjabi, you definitely should.
Hockey Night in Canada Punjabi host and play-by-play commentator Harnarayan Singh brilliantly captures the importance of the Russian sniper's first goal in a Canadiens uniform.
Singh's incredibly energetic soccer-style call makes you want to watch the decisive marker against the Ottawa Senators again and again.
The goal was significant on a number of levels, in addition to helping Claude Julien's contingent snap an eight-game winless skid.
It was the 437th goal of Kovalchuk's career, moving him into a tie with Hall of Famer Pavel Bure for fourth place on the all-time goal list among Russian-born NHL players.
He also moved into a tie with Patrik Elias and Daniel Sedin for the third-most overtime winners in NHL history with 16.
If you're chomping at the bit to see more of Kovalchuk in action, hit up the Bell Centre for Monday night's game against the Calgary Flames.
To purchase tickets, click here.