But aside from evidently breaking the laws of probability, logic, and philosophy, the game was also notable because the Lightning scored three goals in a 85 second window which, as it turns out, is pretty helpful in trying to win a hockey game. So much so, that Versus sent me another video to show you guys, my great DTV-ers.
It turns out the video is pretty notable as well, mainly because of the completely transparent, feigned excitement by Doc Emrick. I haven't heard such fake enthusiasm since I opened that sweater on Christmas morning last year. And as with the other two videos, blogger sucks and closes down my post area so that like a quarter of the video is out of the frame. Sorry about that, you can still see the important stuff though.
To hear more of Doc Emrick pretending to be happy the Lightning scored and to hear Jeremy Roenick actually give us some credit for being pretty good at playing hockey, tune in to Game Two.
Game 2: May 17th 8PM on VERSUS
For more information about the NHL Playoffs on VERSUS and NBC please check out:
NHL On NBC and VERSUS Facebook
Also, I have another beard update for you. And continuing this post of unnotable notable things, I should point out that my mustache now has a mustache.
|Pretty Ted Kaczynski-ish, eh?|
P.S. Okay, okay, so Emrick doesn't sound like he's faking it that much.
P.P.S Yeah he does.