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NJ Hockey Player Jumps Through Rink's Glass

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The National Hockey League may not be playing any preseason games, but we've still got a hockey highlight for you.

A youth hockey player from New Jersey recently got more than he bargained for during his goal-scoring celebration.

The New Jersey Junior Titans player wristed home a nice shot from the right wing side.

As cheers erupted and teammates followed him to the boards, that's when the mishap occurred.

Here's how the team's website describes it:

With 17 minutes and 51 seconds left in the second period, 11, Taylor Cox, after scoring the second goal of the game with the assist from 54, Cameron Bregenzer, celebrated by jumping into the glass around the rink, which shattered as he hit it. The celebration gone wrong was caught on video and made the entire team proud. The game was then delay in order to clean up the shattered glass. The crowd went wild, enjoying the show, once they were certain Cox was uninjured. But from looking at the video, Cox is not only uninjured, he is also unabashed by the fall and continues to celebrate while walking to the bench.

The Titans' website report concludes:

With a great win now under their belts and a great video to show the world, the New Jersey JR Titans left the rink with an air of confidence that leaves people envious, especially the opposing team.

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