How would you celebrate if you made a game-winning goal in overtime in the second round of the NHL playoffs to take a 3-2 series lead?

If you’re Kyle Turris of the Ottawa Senators, you stop by an end-of-season banquet for the Capital City Condors, a local hockey team for youth with developmental disabilities.

Just hours after his big moment on the ice, Turris popped in on the group of kids who just had their eyes locked in on their hero on television.

According to, Turris and his wife, Julie, have been involved with the Condors since 2012, and regularly attend practices.

“We were just blown away by the atmosphere and the love and genuine happiness that we saw in the first skate we went to,” Turris told Hometown Hockey back in 2015. “It’s cool to see how much it’s grown over the past few years.”

During a very intense time of the year for pro hockey players whose teams are still fighting, it would have been easy for Turris to jet to the nicest restaurant in town for a steak, or head home to kick his feet up and catch up on rest.

But, he pulled off the greatest move of the night — off the ice, long after the stadium applause had faded.