Blackhawks prospect channels inner Patrick Kane in celebration

Blackhawks prospect channels inner Patrick Kane in celebration
April 11, 2014, 4:45 pm
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Paul Roumeliotis

Justin Holl had every reason to celebrate his first goal of the season Thursday after it sent the Minnesota Golden Gophers to the national title game.

Holl, a second round draft pick by the Blackhawks in 2010, registered the game-winner with 0.6 seconds remaining in the third period to give the Minnesota a 2-1 victory over North Dakota in the semifinals.

The senior defenseman discussed his historic moment after the game.

“Five seconds left, I thought, ‘Might as well jump in,’ and it went in,” Holl, 22, said. “I didn’t see the goal at the time. Everyone jumped on me, and I was dying on the bottom of the pile.”

(Photo courtesy of AP)

Indeed, everybody did jump on him. But it wasn't until after teammate Seth Ambroz hugged him from behind which struck a pose Blackhawks fans may have seen before.

(Photo courtesy of USA Today Sports Images)

Remember this?

Patrick Kane scored the game-winner in double overtime of Game 5 against the Los Angeles Kings to send the Blackhawks to the Stanley Cup Final last year. 

Who will be next?