Kendall Coyne Schofield is a five-time World Championship gold medal hockey player, that the United States captured the gold medal at the 2018 Winter Olympics with two goals during the competition in Pyeongchang, South Korea helped. He currently plays for the Minnesota Whitecaps of the National Hockey League of women and only last week in history as the first woman to compete in the race NHL All-Star skills. In short, hockey White Coyne Schofield. This on-air reporter Pierre McGuire did not try to stop to explain to her, though. For their debut broadcast on NBC in the glass as on-air analyst for the game to Coyne Schofield, a degree of communication was awarded to Boston Northeastern University invited on Wednesday night between Tampa Bay Lightning and Pittsburgh Penguins. McGuire seemed to be aware that Coyne Schofield knew much about hockey, though. “Tampa is going to be on the left side, Pittsburgh is going to be on the right side,” said McGuire Coyne of Schofield air, adding: “We pay an analyst to be its not a fan today evening” In 2014, the Oxford English Dictionary ” mans plain “, named in second for their word of the year. According to the dictionary, for mans plain “to explain something to someone, in general, a woman man, as seen patronizing or condescending in a way.” Now McGuire margin for what he said to a hockey athlete, he won the game at the play of a gold medal. McGuirre commented since. Coyne defended McGuirre Schofield in a statement. “I’ve known for years Pierre McGuire. I know he respects me as a hockey player, a wife and a friend, and that’s why I did not think twice about our exchange on the air when it happened,” wrote Coyne Schofield. “I have not given it a second thought until after the game, when I received countless messages. McGuirre also issued a statement.
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