NESN broadcaster Jack Edwards used his final few minutes of air time last night to pontificate about the meaning of the Bruins' 4-3 victory over the Canadiens in Game 7 of their playoff series.
His riff was as amusing as it was confounding, apparently equating the Bruins' victory on an admittedly lucky goal in overtime to a hostile takeover of hockey's seat of power.
The thing is, for all the criticism Edwards takes for calling games like he's on radio and his catch-phrases and homerism, you've got to admit he is entertaining. Love him or hate him, his commentary adds comedy and enthusiasm.
Watch his monologue in the video above.
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