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People Couldn't Stop Watching Scott Moir Watching The Women's Hockey Final


Canada's women's hockey team may have narrowly lost the gold to Team USA on Wednesday night, but there was one clear winner: Scott Moir yelling at the refs while holding a beer.

Scott Moir appears to be liquored up and letting the refs have it at the women’s gold medal game. A true patriot.…

It was a heartbreaking night for Team Canada, ending the country's uninterrupted gold medal streak in the event going back to 2002. The game was decided in a nerve-wracking shootout.

Scott Moir channeled a nation's outrage and disappointment, especially with some of the officiating.

Scott Moir losing his shit, drinking beer, yelling at the refs to wake up represents our entire nation rn #USAvsCAN

"Are you kidding me? Wake up!"

You asked for it Canada #MoreMOIR @ScottMoir reaction RAW AND UNCUT! Featuring @Pchiddy #UpWithCBC…

It was impossible to look away.

He's not on the ice and yet somehow Scott Moir manages to produce the highlight of the first period.

Moir is now in the pantheon of legendary Canadian spectators.

Drunk Scott Moir yelling at refs is my favourite thing these Olympics since the husband of one of our curlers was d…

There should just be a live feed of Scott Moir at all hockey games.

More shots of Scott Moir half in the bag please #PyeongChang2018 #InOne

Even in defeat, Canada was unified in loving Scott Moir.

Honest question: has Scott Moir rallied a country more as an ice dance gold medallist or as a beer-drinking hockey…

Honestly, he's had a great Olympics.

The Scott Moir hat trick is winning gold, drinkin Beer, and yelling at a ref.

And made a ton of new friends.

Scott Moir is literally giving people beer at this Gold Medal game. A proper Canadian boy.

Even his ice dance partner was impressed, though he apparently cut out of a "mandatory" practice session. 😂

My reaction when I didn’t have my partner-in-crime at the “mandatory” exhibition practice today 🤣 SO happy at leas…

Don't worry, Scott. We understand.

You know how I feel about shoot outs in a gold medal game...

Scott Moir: Canadian legend.