I know we haven’t been posting that much lately – real life, jobs, bills, snore – but if there were ever something to focus our attention, it’s singing. The Avs did their lip sync thing, now the Winnipeg Jets are raising the stakes.
They’re singing Frozen.
Or they’re trying, before dissolving into giggles. This is how I imagine the in-theater Frozen sing-alongs went, if you could hear anyone else over my Oscar-winning performance.
“THE COLD NEVER BOTHERED ME ANYWAAAAAAAAAAAY!”
Sadly, Zach Bogosian declines to serenade us with a Luke Bryan song, mostly because he can’t hold a note and that bicep flex at the same time.
Now I don’t know who any of these other guys are, and they are having none of Jacob Trouba on the microphone, but maybe it’s time to watch a Jets game.
Mark Stuart likes the 80s and 90s… probably because he’s Sean William Scott wearing a shoe polish beard. Right? Stifler can skate, we saw Goon.
Since no one else wants to sing, let’s go back to this:
Trouba and Scheifele. High School Musical. Pitch Perfect. How to get invited to the WUYS Prom.
Winnipeg makes a different player host each episode of Pass The Mic – a genius idea. So many possibilities for awkwardness and jockstrap backgrounds.
You can watch the rest starting with Episode 1, hosted by Tight Shirt Bogosian himself and discussing Movember mustaches – with Stifler, again.Tags: jacob trouba, mark scheifele, Mark Stuart, winnipeg jets, zach bogosian