Welcome to a new semi-regular feature at Stanley Cup of Chowder: Breaking Down the Breakdown. We will break down exactly what happened on a defensive breakdown that resulted in the Bruins giving up a goal. Today we talk about Jeff Skinner scoring in Carolina.
Ryan Harnedy and I co-founded Metal Horns In Famous Places a while ago. I asked him to provide a breakdown from Carolina. Here's what we got:
Between the Buried and Me's "Selkies: The Endless Obsession"
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Breakdown at 2:28 or so.
This all starts with an icing. Then the play goes up and down but that's not in
Shawn Thornton has the puck on his stick.
Okay, had. Staal grabs it and chips it past Ference.
Jeff Skinner flies in like he borrowed daddy's Porsche
Gets deep inside
Feel the excitement yet?
Mmmm-Hmmm, home cooking. Feels like family. Families hug.
So there you have it. I hope you've enjoyed this episode of Breaking Down the Breakdown. It's almost analysis!