Kyle Turris made history on Saturday evening by scoring his third career post-season overtime winner just 6:28 seconds into the extra frame. It was a good thing he ended Game #5 so quickly against the Rangers...because he had plans.
After becoming the Senators franchise leader in playoff overtime goals, Turris made the usual rounds after the game: a quick chat with CBC before being swarmed by reporters in the team's locker room.
With his media obligations taken care of, it was time to party and the Sens alternate captain joined his friends at the Capital City Condors end of season banquet on Saturday night.
Kyle, along with his wife Julie, regularly attends Condors' practices and events throughout the year since joining the team as honourary captain back in 2012.
"We were just blown away by the atmosphere and the love and genuine happiness that we saw in the first skate we went to," Turris told Hometown Hockey back in 2015. "It's cool to see how much it's grown over the past few years."
Along with his support at the rink, the New Westminster, BC native also hosts an annual golf tournament to raise funds and awareness for the Condors with the 6th annual event set for June 5th at the Marshes Golf Club.
Turris and the Sens are in New York getting set for Game #6 on Tuesday night.
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