Olympic celebrations are the best part of watching the games. Whether it’s the double-fist pumping of celebrating mogul skiers, the cool hand waggle of the half-pipe acrobats or the kiss-cry-laugh-hug-jump-dance and whatever else of melting-down figure skaters, these gestures of joy make for fine entertainment.

But the best celebrations, by far, at these PyeongChang Olympics is the Japanese women’s hockey team. They play with such joy — and when they scored a goal against Switzerland on Feb. 12, their goal celebration, complete with bow, was classic.

I think all hockey players should adopt this tradition, don’t you?