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PowerCli Get-Scsicontroller Command

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I am trying to pipe a list of VM's to the get-scsicontroller command to list their assocaited scsi controller

I am using
get-vm -name servH* | get-scsicontroller

The problem is no matter what type of select-object or order I use I can never get the name of the VM of appear on the left with its scsi controller on the right. Only the SCSI controller type and bus sharing status is listed.

I know I am missing something very basic here...
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