Saturday night's Hockey Night in Canada broadcast of the Buffalo Sabres-Toronto Maple Leafs game was not easy on the eyes. Don Cherry dressed plainly last week out of respect for Remembrance Day, but he was his sartorially splendid self this time around.
Cherry said he wore the suit in support of the Tampa Bay Lightning, general manager Steve Yzerman, and presumably their befallen superstar Steven Stamkos, who suffered a devastating leg injury on Monday.
You might remember the last time Cherry wore this suit on television, back on May 17th during last season's playoffs.
This time, he added a "Winnie the Pooh" Boston Bruins tie for good measure, although representing two teams at once is definitely a faux pas.
Believe it or not, Cherry's suit wasn't the only notable wardrobe choice during the broadcast.
Between-the-benches analyst (and former goaltender) Glenn Healy did this during a stoppage in play:no comments