He didn't turn his stick into a pretend guitar or drop it like it was on fire, but Brent Seabrook's celebration following his overtime goal to beat Detroit in overtime Wednesday was memorable. In the midst of being mobbed by his teammates, Seabrook looked toward the rafters at United Center with an expression like he'd just won the lottery. It was exactly how you'd expect a guy to look after scoring the goal that ended a classic Stanley Cup playoffs series in overtime of a Game 7. But not all goal celebrations—or "cellies," as players call them—are built the same. What makes them good or bad? RedEye asks the experts, aka the Blackhawks.Want more? Discuss this article and others on RedEye Sports' Facebook page.
By Brian Hedger, For RedEye
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