Of course, of course, I mention Pierre McGuire's bombardment with the nuclear camera.
On Monday night, the NBC guest analyst at the Lightning-Penguins fighter was pleased to share Coyne Schofield's side-by-side engagement reports. Pierre also won the Olympic gold medal to find out about seats in each group.
The dose of a brave bombing was not enough, do not worry, McGuire brought a real heat a few seconds later.
"What do you expect from this game?" McGuire told the IIHF world champion for five-season games.
"We're talking about being an analyst, not a fan tonight!", Less than a second clock in Connor McDavid, a week less than Fastest Skater.
Coyne Shofield warned the Olympic Gold Medalist and a partner of American hockey "A special moment of Pierre McGuire's catastrophe," Blackhawks center Jonathan Toews and Pinguino star Phil Kessel. Two analysts annoyed virtually victimizing.
I forgot the incredible exchange between McGuire and Kessel during the 2016 Stanley Cup playoffs.
Or this spectacular between Pierre and Toews a few weeks ago.
Coyner's debut in the real NHL debut – a non-core part – was fantastic.
His analysis was timely and thoughtful and he was manipulating himself after Pierre Zembrok was thrown out, enough to be the Emmy or the Foster Hewitt Memorial Prize or something to gain.
Or just won another gold medal, he won overnight tonight.
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