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By Darian Somers
January 17, 2015

The only thing better than a goalie goal is a goalie’s goal celebration, right? 

Avalanche goalie Reto Berra, sent down to AHL Lake Erie on Jan. 10, notched a goal for the Monster, firing a shot the length of the ice and into the Chicago Wolves' empty net. Berra followed up the shot with a pretty good celebration, skating to the bench for high-fives like any other skater would do, and perhaps ruffled a few feathers with his zeal. 

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For those counting at home, it was indeed Berra's first goal of the season (at the AHL and NHL level), and marked just the 11th time in AHL history that a goalie found his name on that section of the scoresheet.

via AHL Live

Before being sent down, Berra appeared in 10 games for Colorado, racking up a 3.57 GAA and .882 save percentage. He signed a three-year, $4.35 million deal with the team during the summer.

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