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Any Bruins fan who has listened to or watched Jack Edwards knows he has a tendency to wear his heart on his sleeve.

That was on full display Tuesday night, when the Bruins came back from a 3-0 deficit to tie the Rangers with less than a minute to play thanks to two goals with their goalie pulled. Edwards was unable to contain his excitement after Brad Marchand‘s tying goal, and he jumped for joy in the NESN booth while calling the game.

Watch Edwards react to the goal with Andy Brickley in the video above and animation below.

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