For hockey fans, the excitement of celebrating the moment when their favorite team scores is difficult to match.
With the puck over the line and the red light flashing, an instant of elation blossoms for the fan. If the game is in that team's home arena, the euphoria is accompanied by a horn and song.
Some teams have put little effort into finding an appropriate audio track for the hockey team's moment of success. Others have developed fitting anthems to back the euphoria that comes when the red light flashes.
The countdown begins with a terrible horn accompanied by the most overused goal anthem in the sport's history.
Not many fans cheer Phoenix goals, but this song seems more like a feigned attempt at being excited than a tune worth celebrating with.
The horn's high pitch is irritating, and the song seems more angry than happy.
"Kernkraft 400" is overused, and the song-long screaming is irritating.
Goal horn is slightly unique, the Randy Newman song bit is a great addition, but like the Oilers, the ending seems more angry than happy.
The unique beginning is admirable, but it's ruined by the Gary Glitter ending.
This assumes Winnipeg uses the same celebration as the arena's previous inhabitants.
For the sake of their fans, one would hope a different song is used.
A good horn ruined by "Rock and Roll Part 2."
Getting sick of this song yet?
The horn sounds great, but the chaotic audio that follows seems more confusing than celebratory.
Do Montreal fans actually like this horn? It seems to cause a headache.
Or maybe it's the U2 song doing that.
Toronto had been using the standard version of "Zombie Nation" along with their horn prior to adopting this unique improvement.
The Senators use the same song as Montreal, but it's much easier to deal with when accompanied by a non-annoying goal horn.
The dedication to tradition with the organ has to be recognized.
The use of "Song 2" is negligible and Limp Bizkit is questionable, but the horn and siren are terrific.
San Jose found a way to use "Rock and Roll Part 2" and make it work.
Hearing the cannons with "For Those About to Rock" is sure to make anyone excited.
A terrific goal horn and a unique song, "Shot Down in Flames."
The unique Ducks horn is paired with an equally unique "Bro Hymn," an excellent goal anthem.
Tampa Bay adopted a unique new goal song this past season titled "Fluxland XL."
After using the generic "Rock and Roll Part 2," the Islanders changed the goal song to "Live is Life" by Opus.
It's an excellent improvement.
If Joe Satriani's "Crowd Chant" can't pump someone up, that person has an emotional problem.
Say what you will about Green Day and the use of mainstream rock, but when the horn and siren are paired with this part of "Holiday," it makes for a great background to celebrating a goal.
After a few years of using Anaheim's "Bro Hymn," Philadelphia adopted the goal song of a local soccer team (Philadelphia Union).
Paired with one of hockey's best goal horns, the song makes for an excellent celebration.
"Chelsea Dagger" will annoy anyone who has had to watch their team play in the playoffs against Chicago, but it is an excellent goal song.
This horn shakes the Garden.
It's difficult not to be pumped with this song blasting after a Bruins goal, despite the tune becoming unoriginal.
The horn is irresistible, and the ensuing chant is difficult to compete with.
The horn, the siren, the song, the siren again–nothing about the Caps' celebration is unique, but it works perfectly for a goal anthem.
Detroit could choose a better song, but the goal horn is absolutely perfect.