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Cole Caufield's Parents Were In Tears After His Goal Monday & It's Too Cute (VIDEO)

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Cole Caulfield's Parents Were In Tears After His Goal Monday

Despite a 4-1 loss to the Las Vegas Golden Knights on Monday, Montreal Canadiens rookie sensation Cole Caufield scored his first-ever playoff goal in front of a raucous sellout crowd. 

But the most important people in that sellout crowd were undoubtedly Caufield's parents, who were in joyous tears after their son scored his first goal. 

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Caufield's parents and brothers shared a warm embrace after he lasered a shot past Vegas netminder Marc-André Fleury.

"It was pretty special to have them at the game and it's really special [...] to be in the same country," Caufield said in a post-game interview

"Obviously, not the result we wanted but we'll be back Wednesday for more." 

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