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Rangers vs. Bruins: Jack Edwards jumps for joy

Bob DeChiara-USA TODAY Sports

Jack Edwards got pretty excited when Boston scored to tie the game.

The Boston Bruins were trailing 3-1 when they scored two goals with their goalie pulled to tie their game with the New York Rangers late in the third period. It was very exciting for everyone...including broadcaster Jack Edwards.

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Wooooooooooooooooooo! YEAH! HOCKEY!

Jack Edwards was either VERY excited about the tie goal or we have just learned that he does the play-by-play for every Bruins game while jumping up and down on a trampoline. That WOULD explain how he keeps in such great shape.

Of course the Rangers won the game in a shootout, so Brad Marchand's late goal didn't actually mean a win for Boston----

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Oh. Oh I guess you don't really care, huh? You're just enjoying the moment. Well don't let me stop you, little buddy.

Look at him, jumping up and down. It's pure joy. He's so happy. So excited.

I wish I ever felt like that about anything.

via NESN

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