Hockey Is Better With Snoop Dogg Doing Play-By-Play

Hockey Is Better With Snoop Dogg Doing Play-By-Play

Adored in the silver and black and complete with two rings, Snoop was nothing but snoop on the mic as he did some in-game analysis for the Kings' game against the Penguins.

Although the National Football League playoffs were the biggest thing on TV this weekend, nothing was more entertaining than Snoop Dogg's guest commentary during an LA Kings' game on Saturday night. In addition to dropping the pre-game ceremonial puck, Snoop was expected to handle in-arena DJ duties. "I think I can be an analyst for hockey".

Clearly a fan of the physical side of the game, Snoop had everyone laughing as he reacted to a scrum after a whistle. Get it cracking then, let's go. "It can't be all passes, somebody gotta want that money".

"Take a shot! Somebody gotta be willing to take a shot", he said as the Kings passed the puck.

Snoop's greatest contribution that night, however, came when he was tasked with providing some color commentary during the first period, which included a near-fight that got him excited to some punches exchanged.

Clearly this was unlike any other broadcast in the history of the sport.

The Penguins ended up losing the game 5-2 Saturday night. Snoop Dogg in the house let me see something!

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