Scott Foster got to experience the dream of a lifetime when stepping onto the NHL ice as the emergency goaltender for the Blackhawks last night.
With a shutout he helped the team to a 6-2 win against the Winnipeg Jets, and afterwards he held one of the best post game interviews ever.
Scott Foster was just a block away from the arena when he got the call. Blackhawks goaltender Anton Forsberg picked up an injury during warmups and the 36-year-old accountant headed into the locker room as the emergency goaltender.
In the third period, with 14 minutes left to play, goaltender Collin Delia also got injured – and Foster got the change of a lifetime.
First star of the night
With seven saves, the 39 year old recorded a shutout in his NHL debut and the dream came true. To play in the NHL.
After the game, Foster, who was named the first star of the night, spoke to the media in the locker room. And you can easily say he surely became the talk of the town after that.
Just watch to the amazing interview down below.