How's this for a statement?  High school senior Austin Krause of Farmington, Minnesota was "demoted" to second string on his hockey team to only be replaced by a sophomore.  So during the Senior Night game, Austin took the puck from behind the goal, flipped it into his teams net, flipped off his coaches, gave a salute, and went to the locker room.  The kids definitely has a pair.

The goal Krause lodged in his own net, which happened with only three minutes to go in the third period, tied the game. After his departure, Krause's team was forced to put in their third string goalie (the sophomore who'd started most games that year was out with an injury), who surrendered the game-winning goal to the opposing team one minute later.