Ok, fine, Rasmus Enström is the best player on earth, we got it. But with this sick shorthanded goal he embarrasses every single Växjö player on the field. Even the ones on the bench. And the coach and the mascot and even the janitor.
There were several amazing comebacks in floorball history. But what was going to happen on October 18, 2015 in the Salibandyliiga match between SPV and Erä was from a different planet. Four minutes before the end Erä was leading 6:0. But it ain't over 'til it's over, right?
Perhaps you're too young to remember. Perhaps you're even too young to have lived back then. But in 1995 Finland won the last European Floorball Championships (in 1994 Sweden won in Helsinki). The tournament was held in Switzerland and the Fins decided the final against Sweden in an intense penalty shootout - thanks to goals by Jari Pekkola and Jari-Pekka Lehtonen and strong goaltending by Jan Gråsten.
Yep, there were plenty of great shoot outs. But the 2011 Superligan final in Malmö between Storvreta and Warberg was one of a kind. 11.253 spectators saw a 16-round-battle decided by Stenberg's game-winner.
Sure, Falun's Adam Fernqvist is a world class defender. But in the 2012 semifinal match against Storvreta the then 22-year-old scored a world class own goal. Falun lost 5:6 but won the series and a few weeks later the Swedish title.
There was a time when goalies thought it might be a bold idea to dive into a penalty. Unfortunately there are many ways to react. Patrik Jogbring went for a beautiful lob.
Penalties can get tough when you want to change directions without pulling the ball backwards. Joakim Karlsson didn't have this problem in 2008. He just lobbed the ball and let the magic happen.
Yes, we know, there were so many fantastic final matches. But leading 4:0, then falling 4:6 behind, equalizing and finally dethroning the undefeated World Champion in overtime? Come on.
In the late 70's floorball made it into Switzerland's popular TV show Sport Panorama. Now we don't know what to love most. The pants, the stick or the goal celebration.
Sometimes long throws get shorter then expected. Sometimes they don't reach your team mate. Sometimes absolutely everything goes wrong. Warberg's Peter Sjögren can tell you a word or two about it.