Of course, I'm talking about being embarrassed by Pierre McGuire on national television.
Working as NBC's guest analyst at the Lightning-Penguins conflict on Wednesday night, Coyne Schofield had the pure pleasure to share slides with himself. Pierre was kind enough to welcome the Olympic gold medal, giving her knowledge of the teams that each team will have.
If an odd bombardment dose was not enough, do not worry, because McGuire just got the right heat for a few seconds later.
"What do you expect from this game?" Said McGuire's fifth world champion.
"We're paying you to be an analyst, not a fan of tonight!" He declared a person who was less than a second slower than Connor McDavid during the fastest skate less than a week ago.
Coyne Shofield can certainly comfort the fact that he joins another gold Olympic gold medalist and colleague at the American hockey star at the club "having a special moment of skating that has broken Pierre McGuire." both have recently been virally sacrificed by analysts.
Not to forget this incredible exchange between McGuire and Kessel during the play-offs at Stanley Cup in 2016.
Or this spectacular between Pierre and Toewa just weeks ago.
As for the coyote of Coyne's NHL – a part that was not dirty by that guy – it was fantastic.
Her analysis was in mind and imagined, and the way she wore it after Pierre came out throwing the candles would have to be enough to bring her Emmy or Foster Hewitt Memorial prize or something.
Or just give her another gold medal, she was more than deserved tonight.
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