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WATCH: Little Boy's Smart Way of Scoring Goal in Ice Hockey in Adorable Video Wins Hearts

Video grab of boy playing ice hockey.
(Credit: Twitter)

Video grab of boy playing ice hockey. (Credit: Twitter)

The TikTok video shared by rex Chapman shows a young boy dressed up in Ice hockey gear, holding a mini hockey stick and trying his own way of scoring a goal.

A Canadian toddler from Ontario is melting netizens’ hearts as he tries his hand at playing the national sport of ice hockey. A TikTok video, that is now going viral on Twitter, shows a young boy dressed up in Ice hockey gear, holding a mini hockey stick and trying his own way of scoring a goal. When at first the boy fails to strike the goal, he goes up to the mini-goal net and drags it towards the puck.

The video has been shared on Twitter by several users including Rex Chapman who wrote in the caption that little man has it all figured out and is an inspiration to work smarter. The tweet has garnered over 1.3 million views, 39.6K likes, and over 5.7K retweets on the microblogging site.

Netizens are in awe of the little toddler who displayed his smartness and innocence through this video. One of the users described the child as a “clever little man” and further said that it is equally impressive that he is on skates on the slippery ice ground. Another user wrote that it is amazing that he could stand up without falling. In a sarcastic take on the boy’s trick, one user wrote that the Canadian National Hockey League should not watch the clip.

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Impressed with the boy’s imagination another comment read that they are down with that kind of goal moving.

Another comment described the boy’s technique of playing ice hockey and wrote that the boy shoots, he then moves the net and then shoots and that is how he scores. The comment further read that who does not love that call in a hockey game. The user mentioned that they love the clip and reminds them of all fathers when their child was that age.

As the video reached millions of views, the boy’s mother Taylor Moore also shared her son’s video on her Twitter account.

A Public Relations professional from Ontario, Taylor wrote that her son is a star in the making.