There was a really cool moment after the second period on Monday night’s 4-3 Boston Bruins victory over the Toronto Maple Leafs. TSN analyst Ray Ferraro, who was stationed between the benches at Air Canada Centre, had the opportunity to interview his son, 24-year old Landon, the newest member of the Bruins.
If you close your eyes and listen to it, it’s pretty amazing how much father and son sound alike.
The younger Ferraro was claimed on waivers by the Bruins on Sunday from the Detroit Red Wings, who drafted him 32nd overall in 2009. During his NHL career, Ray played 1,258 games with six teams, scoring 408 goals.
What did Landon think about his interview with dad?
“It was a little bit different,” the younger Ferraro said afterward, via the Boston Herald. “You’re trying not to say anything too bad. He asked me one question and I was kind of shaking my head: ‘That was a terrible question.’ I kind of wanted to say it. I probably shouldn’t have. But now I’ve just skewered him.”
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