Analyst on game-winning, OT goal in Stars-Flames game: ‘Six shades of sexy’ (video)
Oh man, this all kinds of goodness. Six shades even.
But that’s just me riffing on Daryl “Razor” Reaugh’s brilliant, sexified analysis of Mike Ribeiro’s game-winning tally in overtime which lifted the Dallas Stars to a 3-2 win over the Calgary Flames. The former NHL goaltender and current in-game analyst for the Dallas Stars dropped a brand new one-liner to describe Ribeiro’s maneuvers to set himself up to bury the puck in the back of the net.
The entirety of Razor’s magnificent description:
“This goal is six shades of sexy. Puck back in behind, around the house, curl it in, pull his pants down and spank it home! Watch the reaction by Miikka Kiprusoff. There’s the manipulation up top, here comes the stimulation. Ka-bang!”
Holy moly, that is fantastic. Hockey analysis doesn’t get much better than this. The funny thing is if you change a word or two here and there in Razor’s poetic, down-and-dirty oratory masterpieces, he could explaining a completely different act that never occurs during a hockey game. Thankfully.