NHL players and coaches are conducting all interviews through Zoom during the 2020 playoffs.
While keeping (most) media out adds another layer of protection to the bubble, there also can be technology and language issues that can make the conversations awkward. And that happened today when Michal Kempny spoke to Capitals media.
The Zoom call struggles are very real. 😂 pic.twitter.com/fVWH18rbmG
— Washington Capitals (@Capitals) August 1, 2020
“To be honest, I didn’t understand any word you said,” Kempny said.
Blunt, yet charming.
I will now share this video on Twitter for the rest of time to convey my feelings when someone says something stupid. Thank you, Michal.
Screenshot courtesy of @Capitals
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