A junior hockey player drinks a fan’s beer after winning a 5-hour marathon

Welp, I guess I’m officially a Quebec Major Junior Hockey League fan now.

Mainly because I just witnessed one of the most glorious celebrations I have ever seen at any level of sport.

According to world news, Thomas Belgarde, 20, of the Acadie Bathurst Titan, had the ultimate celebration Wednesday night after his team’s triple overtime playoff win over the Halifax Mooseheads.

The native of St-Georges-de-Beauce, Que., can be seen drinking a fan’s beer as he left the stadium after the dramatic win.

I mean the hell, who can blame him? It was a grueling game that lasted five hours and didn’t end until midnight. I would need to knock off the edge too.

Of course, no one that young could get away with a celebration like this in America, because the legal drinking age is only 19 in Canada, so we have to respect a ruling like this- this.

The Titan won the game 4-3, and the five-hour span broke the record for the longest game in Moosehead’s 28-year existence, closing at 116 minutes and 14 seconds.

The Mooseheads won the first two games of the series, but lost the last two to the Titan in the best of five series.

The rubber game was due to take place last night, but after the long run of Wednesday night’s game, it will now be played tonight.

Catherine J. Martinez