Nearly two months ago, Keelan Moxley went viral for the range of emotions she had to go through while trying to secure a warmup puck from Capitals forward Brett Connolly.
Monday night, the adorable Caps fan was at Capital One Arena for Game Four of the Stanley Cup Final and she experienced even more feels. But this time it was for the very good reason.
Connolly scored a goal late in the third period and Moxley lost the ability to can.
First, the goal. While on the power play, Evgeny Kuznetsov tried to hit Nicklas Backstrom in the slot. The puck deflected to Connolly, who held onto the puck until he found angle where he could bury it past Marc Andre-Fleury.
Keelan, in disbelief, first looked up to the roof at Capital One Arena and screamed “YES!”
Then she screamed and flashed a huge smile.
She’s not done screaming yet.
Ooooo! Slo-mo scream is my favorite.
Connolly told her to “follow her dreams” on the signed stick. Now it’s Connolly who’s on the verge of accomplishing his.
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