Well I don't yell score, I usually vary between a very loud a long wooooo or yeahhhhh! When other people want me to keep them updated (non hockey fans in another room), they can tell who scores because when the opposition scores the language gets a little worse...
In addition to all of those things mentioned above, does anyone stand 2 feet away from a 50 inch screen with their hands locked in prayer when we really need a goal?? This obsession/addiction can't be healthy but it's been too many years since I've been this excited about the team.
Haha are you kidding me? When you're downtown, pretty much everything goes. In the bar, running up and down high-fiving random people, screaming, starting OLE chants, high-fiving people in the street, people in their cars with flags, random waitress who kisses you -
basically this is only first round, I havent seen how wild the rest gets.
I watch most games alone in my office/sport bar room. If my oldest is around, she watches with me, but she tends to want to gossip about her friend's relationships during the game, and I have to actually teel her to not say another word or I'll end her life.
My wife says that she can tell when the playoffs are coming because the YEESSSS seems to be louder, causing those downstairs to ask me to shut the door.
Last night was weird, more relief than excitement.
I usually yell WOOOOOOO and SCOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOORES plus the player nick name and just jump around like mad andusually run around in the house(That is when I'm alone). I usually dance(Against that is when I'm alone). Also I usually call the goal louder then Lacroix does and I sign Ole Ole Ole till the break.
With Friend I usually congrats them on the goal, even more if they wear a jersey with the name of the scorer on their back.
I do a bit everything that I can do at the particular time.
Yeah...we scream. It's usually a loud YEEEAAAAAAH!!!!! Then there are usually high fives that go around. But that's for any game really....although it's possible the screams are a little louder now that it's the playoffs.