Last night, the Hershey Bears defeated the WBS Penguins in Game Seven with Caps prospect Travis Boyd playing the hero.
Bears radio announcer, Scott Stuccio, was — let’s just say — excited during the goal call.
— AHL (@TheAHL) May 16, 2016
Binghamton Senators radio announcer Grady Whittenburg was in the booth and recorded Stuccio’s reaction. Here’s how it sounded like from his perspective.
Hershey with the OT win over WBS in Game 7 to advance to the Eastern Conference final. pic.twitter.com/loAbnsFAXA
— Grady Whittenburg (@RadioUFA) May 16, 2016
Stuccio stood up, high-fived AHL Hall of Famer Mitch Lamoureux, and raised his fists in the air as he had just became the heavyweight champion of the world. Stuccio was screaming so loud you could at first hear him audibly in Whittenburg’s video, despite Bears fans’ cheers and the goal horn.
Hockey at its best.
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