Being an ice hockey player takes a lot of skill and coordination, but being able to break it down on the ice makes you nothing short of a superstar.
Adrian Alvarstein Bockelie, ice hockey player for Narvik’s Arctic Eagles, helped secure his team’s win over Oslo’s Grüner today. And at the end of the match, he did an impressive victory dance to the hit song “Trumpsta” in front of 1,000 cheering people at Nordkraft Arena.
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Unsurprisingly, Bockelie has become a fan favorite and is much adored by his fellow teammates and audiences alike, His positive energy contributes a lot and lifts the team’s mood, says coach Magnus Skogfält. The ice hockey star’s story is nothing short of a miracle, which started from the steps of a church in Swaziland, where he was abandoned after birth with his umblilical cord still in tact. A Norwegian couple found out about the story from Bockelie’s now grandfather, and traveled to the country to adopt him.
Bockelie took to the ice quickly as a kid. Now a notable name in Narvik, crowds have come to expect his wild victory dances whenever the Eagles secure a win.