Love him or hate him, you can’t deny that Jack Edwards is one of the most passionate voices in hockey today. While he may be biased and a homer for the Boston Bruins, Edwards has been apart of many entertaining Bruins calls.
Last night against the Toronto Maple Leafs, the Bruins had the opportunity to take a commanding three-nothing lead in their opening round matchup. During the intense fight between these original six-members, the play was blown dead as Andreas Johnsson was on the ice after a collision.
Boston was entering the zone and on the Power Play, so it would have been a prime scoring opportunity for the Bruins. But the referees blew the whistle and stopped the play. According to Edwards, this isn’t a pee-wee game, Johnsson was conscious and didn’t have a bone sticking out so the play should have continued.
Toronto went on to win the game 4-2 and now trail the series 2-1 with game 4 in Toronto tomorrow night.
TELL EM, JACK! pic.twitter.com/fPN5adM5qH
— Feitelberg (@FeitsBarstool) April 17, 2018