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Power Rankings: Comeback Celebrations

Ranking the celebrations from last night's overtime win

by Casey Krygier /

Last night's win over the Carolina Hurricanes wasn't written on the wall from the start. After the Sharks went down 3-0 in the first period, it was hard to imagine a quick bounce back. The beauty of the early deficit though, was that the Sharks set the stage for an epic comeback, and that's exactly what they did, celebrations included. 

So of course, we decided to rank them.

On the board!

The first Sharks goal last night came from what was probably one fo the best plays- on a short-handed breakaway. With such a beauty of a pass and perfect execution you would expect a bigger celebration. A very introverted celly- but relative to the game's current situation.

Video: CAR@SJS: Karlsson, Tierney combine for great SHG

Jumbo Passes…

…to the net and Dale Howerchuck for sole possession of 19th all-time points. This guy is UNBELIEVABLE!
Although this goal gave him his 1,408 career point, Thornton picked up two assists on Couture and Burns's goals later in the game to take sole possession of 19th place with 1,410 points. Just another reason he deserves all the fist bumps and #HockeyHugs.

Video: CAR@SJS: Couture blasts home one-timer for PPG

Let it rip!

Logan fires one to the net for a power play goal and everyone goes basically goes nuts. If there's one thing going on in this celly, it is lots of yelling- from the guys on the ice, the fans, and of course, Randy Hahn.

Video: CAR@SJS: Couture blasts home one-timer for PPG

All Tied Up!

What. A. Celly. Barclay Goodrow buries a feed from Jannick Hansen (short-handed, might we add) to tie the game late in the third and everybody goes WILD, as they should.

Tweet from @SanJoseSharks: Us right now.

Video: CAR@SJS: Goodrow scores SHG on breakaway

Sound the Fog Horn

Screaming, yelling, jumping, hugging, punching, helmet taps…and foggy visors?! Yes, this overtime celebration had it all. Brent Burns gets bombarded by the rest of his teammates after going five-hole on Hurricane's goaltender Cam Ward for the win! 

Video: CAR@SJS: Burns goes five-hole for overtime winner

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