From: WCHA Website
DU's Tyler Bozak, a freshman from Regina, Saskatchewan, is more comfortable facing opposing goaltenders than the media that engulfed him after the second-game hat trick against Minnesota on Saturday night. He was wearing the celebratory team hard hat, awarded to the key player. (Mannino wore it after the first game.) After Bozak answered all the questions, somebody jokingly asked if he had been practicing his "fake shot" on his first goal. Pausing just an instant, Bozak spotted an escape route from the embarrassing moment, and he went for it.
"Yeah, I've used that before," he said, with a straight face. "When you fake a shot like that, you see where the goalie is going to go."
The media members dutifully recorded his comments. Later, he was asked if he also takes mulligans when he plays golf. Bozak laughed, and he acknowledged that it was probably the first time he had ever scored a goal after completely whiffing on his shot.
"Luckily, it worked out for a goal," he said.