I mean, of course, that Pierre McGuire awkwardly bombards on national television.
Working as a guest analyst at NBC on Wednesday evening in a clash with Lightning Penguins, Coyne Scofield shared with great pleasure the reporting quarters on the rink with the GOAT about the awkwardness of the broadcast. Pierre was kind enough to welcome the Olympic gold medal, letting her know which benches each team will be on.
If a single dose of awkward bombing was not enough, do not worry, because McGwire brought real heat in just a few seconds.
“What do you expect from this game?” Said McGuire to the five-time world champion in hockey.
“Today we pay you for being an analyst, not a fan!” He told a man who worked less than a second slower than Connor McDavid during the Fastest Skater competition less than a week ago.
Coyne Schofield can certainly be comforted by the fact that she joins another Olympic gold medalist and another American hockey star in the club “A Special Moment on the Skating Rink spoiled by Pierre McGuire,” as has been done by Blackhawks Jonathan Towes Star and Penguins Star Phil Kessel both recently were victims of the analyst's wrath.
So that we do not forget this incredible exchange between McGuire and Kessel during the play-offs of the Stanley Cup 2016.
Or this exciting movie between Pierre and Tews just a few weeks ago.
As for Coyne's actual debut in the NHL – the role not soiled by this dude – it was fantastic.
Her analysis was accurate and thoughtful, and the way she dealt with herself after Pierre left the Singers should be enough in itself to earn her an Emmy or Foster Hewitt prize or something.
Or just give her another gold medal, she earned more than she earned tonight.
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