By now you’ve probably heard of Noah Young, a Brampton novice league goalie who has become an online sensation with his hip-hop dance moves on the ice.
His moves, which have been watched on Facebook more than a million times, are set to “Juju On That Beat” by Zay Hilfigerrr and Zayion McCall. He’s even gotten the attention of NHLers Adam Henrique and Keith Kinkaid, who are both from Brampton.
On Thursday, the ECHL’s Brampton Beast brought Noah in as the team’s new “movement coach.” The Beast are an affiliate of the Montreal Canadiens.
As a result, he took to the ice with Beast goalies Andrew D’Agostini and Zach Fucale to show off some of his moves.
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“I can’t dance,” Fucale said. “I know Andrew can dance but I need a lot of help learning these moves.”
Noah gave the two Beast goalies a positive review.
“They were pretty good for first-timers,” he said. “It was really cool to do that dance with other goalies who play at such a high level.”
After dancing, Noah participated in some goalie drills with the team and then gave the whole team a dancing demonstration in the locker room afterwards.