MSG Networks’ Jeff Eisenban went viral on Twitter Tuesday after he asked a simple, yet fun question: Describe your favorite sports moment, as boring as possible.
Radio voice of the Capitals, John Walton, participated.
Walton, in honor of Evgeny Kuznetsov’s series-winning goal against the Penguins and his legendary exorcised demons call in 2018, wrote this.
Kuznetsov scores goal. Demons leave. https://t.co/f1IBMeyiII
— John Walton (@WaltonCaps) July 7, 2020
Our favorite moment was that thing that happened after the Capitals won it all.
A Russian lifts a silver bowl donated by a British politician https://t.co/jv3zuZWAoP
— RMNB (@russianmachine) July 7, 2020
while andre is distracted
— Peter Hassett (@peterhassett) July 7, 2020
Here are a few other great examples.
Lars Eller manages to shovel a loose puck into an empty net. https://t.co/wYMZbCC36C
— Japers' Rink (@JapersRink) July 7, 2020
Tiger finds missing biscuit behind a flower and puts it away.
— Kevin Bryant (@ArmadilloThumb) July 7, 2020
Mid-Atlantic area hockey team wasn’t suck one season. @russianmachine @ovi8 https://t.co/VqE8SvM2sH
— Dustin Thompson (@DustinTCaps) July 7, 2020
Local men drink beer upside down from a silver bowl. https://t.co/VdRY0XTgzI
— Emily Longtin (@Emily_Longtin) July 7, 2020
What is your favorite sports moment, described as boring as possible? Let us know in the comments.
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