Tyson Jost’s grandpa just can’t stop crying so he might as well keep eating

Jim Jost’s pride knows no bounds.

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Last week, Denver was introduced to 19-year-old Tyson Jost — a promising addition to the struggling Avalanche — and with him, a very proud grandpa.

Jim Jost first caught some attention when he cried tears of joy during the draft, then again when he cried more proud tears during Tyson’s NHL debut.

You’d think that would be the end of that, but you’d be wrong.

Jim Jost’s pride knows no bounds. He was once again spotted crying at an Avs game, and now it’s become matter-of-course.

This man is not going to let a few tears get between him and his popcorn. He lets his tears salt his popcorn.

We should all be so practical, and Jim Jost should be the Spike Lee of Avs’ broadcasts. Cut to him constantly, please.

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