PHOTO: Ray Ferraro proves coffee between benches is a bad idea
Drinking coffee while working between the benches of an NHL game is not advisable as Ray Ferraro proved Tuesday night.
There are few better places to watch a hockey game from than right between the benches. You're in the middle of the action and can not only see everything but hear everything as well.
It's just probably not the best place to enjoy a cup of coffee, especially when there's an NHL game being played mere feet away. TSN broadcaster and retired NHL player Ray Ferraro learned that on Tuesday night in the awesome game between the Penguins and Canucks.
The sheer horror on Ferraro's face is priceless, especially when compared to the completely stoic look on the face of Penguins backup goalie Jeff Zatkoff on the other side of the glass. It's almost like he didn't play more than 1,200 games in the NHL.
Just a guess, but if Ferraro were an air traffic controller, I don't think he'd give Maverick permission to buzz the tower.
Now there's video of the coffee flying away.
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