I like to go Radulov style - grab my stick near the blade, twirl it around like a propeller, get down on one knee and give it a big pump before popping up and throwing myself into the glass. Occasionally I'll mix it up and simply leave my stick on the ice, dancing around it with my hands outstretched so everyone knows how hot it is.
My dad was always pissed with people with showboating whenever we watched hockey together on TV when I was a kid, I guess it rubbed off because all I really do is a little fist pump and some fist bumps with the guys in my line.
Not much actually. I really don't think I've ever overdone a celebration. I won a silverstick tournament in ot when I was like, 11? That was pretty cool. Did a nice slide than almost died when I was rushed by everyone, haha. But that was pretty much it. Maybe the occasional high pitch Woooo followed by a fist bump.
I'm only going into my third year, I'm getting more humble, a lot more humble when I score, in my first year I'd go insane, but then I was like, hey, I hate Ovechkin for doing this, why am I doing it, then I settled down.
I do at least raise my stick in the air, because if I don't there's a good chance the refs will credit the goal to the wrong person. That isn't the end of the world, of course, but I do like getting credit for my goals.
I also often point to whoever passed the puck to me, so they hopefully get their assist. Plus it's a little recognition for them.
I usually just fist bump my teammates and not get too excited considering it's only mens league. But one season about a year or so ago we went to a shootout for the championship and I scored the shootout winner and ended up flying down the ice, shooting my glove into the air and shooting it down with my stick before getting tackled by my teammates. Probably one of the only times I ever celebrated a goal.