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The Official Guide to the Official Tyler Seguin Goal Counter

Many of you have seen the Official Tyler Seguin Goal Counter. A few have made suggestions for the Official Tyler Seguin Goal Counter. Some might wonder what the donuts mean on the Official Tyler Seguin Goal Counter. And others just want to know why we're counting goals with donuts (on the Official Tyler Seguin Goal Counter).

Well, your questions are about to be answered (more or less). I now proudly present....

The Official Guide to the Official Tyler Seguin Goal Counter

For those of you wanting to know why we're counting goals with donuts, it's because Tyler Seguin scored a goal with a donut on the Dude Perfect video (and because everybody likes donuts (probably)), that's the entire reason. But this isn't a history lesson, this a guide. So, Here. We. Go. (joker.gif).

1. The Glazed Donut

Glazed Donut

The Almighty Glazed Donut represents a goal scored at even strength by Tyler Seguin, nothing more, nothing less. A basic donut for a basic goal.

2. The Strawberry Donut

Strawberry Donut

The Pretty Pink Strawberry Donut is used to symbolize a Pretty Perfect Power Play (P)Goal scored by Tyler Seguin. A pretty donut for a pretty(probably) goal.

3. The Cake Donut

Cake Donut

The Glorious Cake Donut will symbolize a shorthanded goal scored by Tyler Seguin. A cake donut for a shorty.

4. The Cruller

A Cruller

The (adjective) Cruller is used for a goal scored on a Tyler Seguin penalty shot. The spins are hypnotic, like a Tyler Seguin penalty shot.

5. The Old-Fashioned

The Old-Fashioned

The Good Ol' Old-Fashioned shows us that Tyler Seguin scored an empty net goal on an opposition that was attempting to make up for his previous onslaught of donuts. It's a good ol' fashion finishing move.

5. Sprinkles

In the event that Tyler Seguin scores a game-winning goal, that goal shall be denoted by applying sprinkles to the base donut. So we would have...

The Even Strength Game-Winner

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The Power Play Game-Winner

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The Short-Handed Game-Winner

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And The Penalty Shot Game-Winner

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I know, I know, that Cruller only has chocolate. But do you know how hard it is to find a Sprinkled Cruller? Pretty hard. (But if you find one I might use it). Here, chocolate will show a penalty shot game-winner.

So there you have it, The Official Guide to The Official Tyler Seguin Goal Counter. I hope you enjoyed it, it'll appear on every post-game in which Tyler Seguin scored a goal. By the end of the season y'all are gonna crave donuts when Seguin scores, Pavlov'd.

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