Patrik Laine has been phenomenal since joining the Winnipeg Jets and the scary thing is he's still technically a teenager

The 2016 second overall pick played a big role in his team’s first playoff game against the Minnesota Wild as he scored his first career playoff goal in the Jets’ 3-2 victory, and he was back at it again in Game 2 on Friday night as he finished with a goal and an assist in Winnipeg’s 4-1 victory. However, while we’re used to seeing replays of his goals make their rounds online, it’s actually his goal celebrations making the rounds in the postseason and he was back at it again following his second goal in as many games.

After potting his second career playoff goal, Laine celebrated by skating by the Wild team bench and motioned playing a violin with his stick.

That wasn’t the only time he busted out the celebration, though, as he also pulled it off again at centre ice shortly after the Jets officially captured their second win of the series.

Last game, Laine did something a little similar with his goal celebration, only instead of skating by the bench and playing the violin he went in for the glove taps from the Wild players.


Laine did a fly by at the Minnesota bench after his goal 😂😂

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We’re guessing every Jets fan has loved Laine since day one, but if there were any doubters left in Winnipeg we’re guessing they’re full believers now after his two incredible goal celebrations.

(H/T Twitter/Pascucci015)