ANDREW SHAW RUMORS & GOSSIP
What luck! Andrew Shaw was mic'd up for last night's triple OT thriller, and so of course the celebration that ensued after he deflected in the game-winner was captured by NBC.
yeah! yeah! yeah! yea-woooo! yeah!
yeah Bollie! wooo! yeah! yes ma-- [tired panting]
eah Bollie! I love you! wooo! yeah-woo-yeah-wooooo!
HE SOUNDS HAPPY
Game 1 of the 2013 Stanley Cup Finals was one of the most exciting games of the entire playoffs, and NBC got lucky when they chose to mic up Chicago Blackhawks forward Andrew Shaw. Shaw ended up scoring the game-winning goal in the third overtime against the Boston Bruins and hearing his reaction is absolutely priceless. [NHL.com]
The NHL definitely picked the right player to toss a microphone on during the Blackhawks triple overtime Game 1 win over the Boston Bruins on Wednesday night. Andrew Shaw who scored the game winner in the third overtime was mic’d up at the time, and the NHL has kindly provided the video. Just awesome.
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I think if you score a Triple OT game winning goal in the Stanley Finals, we can forgive a F-Bomb. It was just a slip of a tongue, no harm, no foul.
Great Game 1 last night between the Bruins and the Blackhawks. The Bruins have to be kicking themselves this morning, because they blew a 2-goal 3rd quarter lead and had several point blank opportunities to win the game in OT.
So, that’s what scoring the winning goal in the third overtime of a Stanley Cup Final game sounds like.
Andrew Shaw was the long-awaited difference-maker Wednesday night (or, actually, Thursday morning) when he potted a goal for the Blackhawks well into the third overtime of their win over the Bruins in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final. His leg was in a fortuitous enough position...
Andrew Shaw celebrates his triple OT game-winner. It ended as the fifth-longest game in Stanley Cup Final history, and thanks to Andrew Shaw, it ended in victory for the Chicago Blackhawks. Shaw’s deflection of a pinballing puck that started out as a Michael Handzus shot from the point gave Chicago the win at 12:08 of the third overtime period, and a 1-0 series lead for the Cup...
Andrew Shaw deflected the puck into the net for the game-winning goal in triple-overtime of the Chicago Blackhawks’ 4-3 comeback win over the Boston Bruins in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Finals on Wednesday, and the hero kept it loose in his postgame interview with NBC’s Pierre McGuire. Maybe too loose. McGuire asked Shaw [...]
Andrew Shaw netted the game-winning goal for the Blackhawks in triple overtime in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final, so he was understandably very excited during his postgame interview with NBC’s Pierre McGuire immediately following the big goal. That might explain the f-bomb he dropped about 10 seconds into the interview:
“It was a great shot, great tip…f**kin’ unbelievable...
It always seems to be a greasy goal that turns out to be the winner in a game like this. The Chicago Blackhawks and Boston Bruins proved to be extremely evenly matched teams, playing the 5th longest game in Stanley Cup Finals history in game 1 of the series. The Boston Bruins had a ton of golden opportunities, but in the end, the Blackhawks managed to come out on top 4-3. Blackhawks...
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Can you blame a guy who just played a three overtime game and was credited with a game winner if he slips up a bit during his postgame interview? I certainly will not. Not sure what the young man said, but whatever you decide it is that he said, he deserved it. [@CJZero] Article found on: Next Impulse Sports