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Jack Edwards call of the week: October 29

Jack Edwards call of the week: October 29

On the debut edition of the “Jack Edwards call of the week“, the NESN play-by-play announcer had quite the flashback when Jarome Iginla was robbed by Florida Panthers net-minder and former Bruin Tim Thomas.

Edwards only called two games this past week against the San Jose Sharks and the New Jersey Devils. But thanks to an exciting finish Thursday against San Jose, Edwards provided another memorable moment.

Jack Edwards Call of the Week

With 0.8 seconds left in regulation, David Krejci scored the game-winner and the Bruins stole a 2-1 victory over the red-hot Sharks to improve to 7-2 overall. And that is where we let Jack do the rest.

Yes, Jack was quite excited, but it still doesn’t compare to him jumping up and down for joy on two instances last year, including the epic Game 7 comeback against the Toronto Maple Leafs. The other occurance came in a regular season game against the New York Rangers:

Granted, Jack Edwards is still in early season form, and he’ll only have two chances to showcase his calls against the Anaheim Ducks (Thursday) and New York Islanders (Saturday). But don’t fear, Edwards has a chance to shine during next week’s slate that includes the return of Tyler Seguin (now a member of the Dallas Stars), Tim Thomas and Phil Kessel.

Here are some honorable mentions for the week courtesy of @jackedwardssays on Twitter.

 

 

 

 

Tune in next week to see if Jack Edwards can top this week’s performance.

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  2. Pingback: Daily Buzz: November 13, 2013 - Bruins Daily November 13, 2013 […] After a week off, the Jack Edwards Call of the Week returns on Bruins Daily. For those who missed it, here is the last version from two weeks ago. […]

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