Get ready to feel all the feels. Vancouver Canucks player Troy Stecher scored a game-changing goal during his team's playoff game on Wednesday, August 11. While the goal was legendary, it's his tribute to his late father that's been hitting fans right in the heart.\nThe Canucks were tied 2-2 against the St. Louise Blues when Stetcher scored what turned out to be the winning goal in the playoff game. The Canucks eventually took the victory with a 5-2 win.\nEditor's Choice: BC Premier Is Begging Ryan Reynolds & Seth Rogen To Make People Stop Partying\nRight after his goal, the 26-year-old emotionally pointed to the sky and uttered a few words. The gesture was a tribute to his late father, Peter Stecher, who passed away on Father's Day, June 21, 2020.\nIn a quote shared by the Canucks twitter account, Stecher talked about the tribute. "I miss my dad every day. It was a big goal at a crucial time in the game. I had a couple seconds there to reflect on my dad."\nAccording to Grand Forks Herald, Stecher said that the last couple of months have "been tough."\nBut he's grateful to have his teammates support him through the process.\nThe young player appreciated how everyone on the bench and the ice showed their support.\nMore than just a goal. 💙 Troy Stecher's game-winner was definitely the @RemaxWesternCan #Canucks Move of the Game. pic.twitter.com/YZV7UhGz0b— Vancouver #Canucks (@Canucks) August 13, 2020\nThe Vancouver Canucks' twitter account shared a GIF of the tribute, with the caption, "That one was for you, dad."\nReactions have poured in from all across the board. Fellow Canucks, Brock Boeser, Elias Pettersson, and Jake Virtanen all reshared the post with heart emojis.\nGrand Forks Herald reported that following the tribute, Pettersson wanted to hug his teammate right away. Is it getting misty in here?\nAfter scoring tonight’s game-winning goal, @troystecher pointed to the heavens. His late father’s necklace hangs in his stall every game. 🙏 pic.twitter.com/Nqi7L5w4AJ— Vancouver #Canucks (@Canucks) August 13, 2020\n"I miss my dad every day. It was a big goal at a crucial time in the game. I had a couple seconds there to reflect on my dad." - @troystecher ❤️ https://t.co/dNbYupriiw— Vancouver #Canucks (@Canucks) August 13, 2020\nThe Canucks also revealed in another post that Stecher keeps his father's necklace in his locker every game as a way to remember him.\nFans have been in shambles following the tribute.\n"That totally made me tear up when I was watching the game and they made the announcement," said one fan.\nView this post on Instagram 03.01.1955 - 06.20.2020 It’s with a heavy heart we grieve the heartbreaking passing of my father, Peter Stecher. My best friend, my biggest supporter, my hero and my dad. I’ll think about you everyday for the rest of my life. The amount of love and support we’ve received just proves how loved and appreciated you were. You touched the lives of so many people and I was the lucky one to be able to call you, dad. All I have now are memories but I wouldn’t change any of them. I’d give them up to have you back but I know that’s not possible. I will remember our early morning practices, throwing the baseball in the backyard, barbecuing dinner, travelling across North America for hockey and every little detail imaginable. I definitely wouldn’t be where I am without you. As much as it was one of my dreams to play in the NHL, I know it was one of your dreams to watch me achieve that. I will forever be thankful we achieved that together. I’ll miss looking up over the visitors net and seeing the joy you had in watching not only me, but the game of hockey. That’s all I have for now. Dad, I miss you so much. Thanks for being the greatest dad ever. ♥️ A post shared by Troy Stecher (@troystecher) on Jun 27, 2020 at 6:46pm PDT\nAnother said, "I'm not crying over this still, you're crying."\n"Eyes are sweating real bad," said another hockey fan.\n"Alright whoever TF is cutting onions in my basement needs to stop that right now," was the reaction for another commenter.\nThe tribute was so beloved that Remax selected it as their "Move Of The Game," as revealed by the Canucks.