Jack Edwards Loses His Mind On-Air After Play Blown Dead

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.