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Sad news out of the Windy City after Chicago Blackhawks reporter Susannah Collins gave the world one of the best Freudian Slips of all-time, she finds herself on the unemployment line. Collins was reporting prior to the start of the Blackhawks first Stanley Cup Playoff game and said that the team had a “tremendous amount of sex during the regular season.” What she meant to say was ‘success,’ which she did correct herself with. It seemed rather harmless, but hysterical. According to the Chicago Tribune, CSN Chicago announced on Friday they have parted ways with Collins, but did cite that it had nothing to do with her on-air flub. Which we find somewhat hard to believe. It is highly possible that it wasn’t directly tied to Wednesday incident only, as it appears that her remark brought publicity to her previous work, which was a series called “Sports Nutz.” She participated on this show back in 2009 and 2010. The show used sexual language as a regular gag with its sports reporting. Warning, videos may be NSFW It is a bit ridiculous that she is being let go, and since CSN hasn’t provided any information as to why, we are going [...]
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Just two days following her hilarious, and totally innocent, on-air gaffe, in which she said the Chicago Blackhawks “had such a tremendous amount of sex,” reporter Susannah Collins has been fired by CSN Chicago. The network claims that Collins’ dismissal has nothing to do with her slip of the tongue during the live broadcast, but rather the attention that it brought to her...
Susannah Collins was fired by CSN Chicago after her humorous, embarrassing slip-up went viral.
As seen in the video above, Collins was in the middle of an intermission report about the Chicago Blackhawks on Tuesday night when she talked about the “tremendous amount of sex” the team had during the regular season. Collins quickly realized her error and recovered by saying “success...
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Back on Tuesday night, NASCAR driver Danica Patrick was invited to make an appearance at the United Center in Chicago as she was in attendance for game one of the Chicago Blackhawks first round playoff match-up against the Minnesota Wild.
During an intermission, Danica was brought out to center ice to attempt some shots from center ice and watch as Miss Patrick delivers from distance:
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Channel listings are as follows:
DirecTV: 668 (FOX Sports North)Dish: 436 (FOX Sports North)Time Warner: Channels 310 SD and 1310 HD (FOX...
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Obviously by now, you’ve heard that Comcast SportsNet fired Susannah Collins in the middle of the night. And I stayed up late to get the news out there right away. Because like I said, it wasn’t Comcast who made the call; it was the Blackhawks decision. The Chicago Blackhawks fired Susannah Collins; so Comcast is really off the hook here.
The Chicago Blackhawks are a business...