Team Canada won the 2018 World Junior Championship on Friday night after defeating Sweden 3-1.
After the game, the players, who are all under 20-years-old and born around the year 2000, celebrated in the only way they knew how.
How millennials celebrate a gold medal. pic.twitter.com/IhbQn4922S
— Sportsnet (@Sportsnet) January 6, 2018
By getting out their phones and texting all their friends. That’s eight of eight dudes holding phones. One is calling a friend or family member and the rest are texting.
Meanwhile, on the ice, Canada’s Tyler Steenbergen and Carter Hart brought their phones on the ice and took a selfie together with the championship trophy.
Photo: Andrea Cardin/HHOF-IIHF Images
Kale Clague skated over to the glass, where his family filmed him while holding their phones vertically.
Super cool moment for Kale Clague, who celebrates his World Junior victory in front of his family pic.twitter.com/Bq0JvaC9px
— Brady Trettenero (@BradyTrett) January 6, 2018
I bet their Instagram stories will be off the charts.
Headline photo: @Sportsnet
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