Found February 13, 2013 on
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There's been so many bloopers and graphic errors on hockey broadcasts that we've been forced to create a new regular segment - Broadcast Bloopers. We'll highlight the best and most embarrassing errors that pop up around the league. See one? Snap a photo and send it our way on Twitter.
What better way to start this series than by highlighting a blunder from Comcast Sportsnet that showed Dan Boyle and Brent Burns hitting home runs in the team's 1-0 loss to Nashville. The feat is not only impressive because the sport is hockey, not baseball, but also because both men went 0-for-0 at the dish. You'd also imagine that San Jose might have won the game with the combined 6 RBI from the two men, but alas, another loss for the Sharks.
(H/T Reddit Hockey)
BEST OF MAXIM
This is the new headgear for Sharks goalie Thomas Greiss. I have no clue what in the world that demon creature is supposed to be. Is it a zombie? Is it a werewolf? Is it a zombie werewolf? Maybe Ryane Clowe having a bad day? All I do know is my pants are now a little more damp than they were. [photo via @kkurzcsn]
Come on, San Jose Sharks. What gives?
Graphical errors during sports broadcasts are not a new phenomenon. And while said errors are perfectly understandable in light of the time crunch those charged with putting them together in order to air a competent, informative broadcast, they are nevertheless amusing when they do occur.
Take the one above from the postgame coverage of the San...
Here’s video from the Sharks-Predators game in Nashville on Tuesday of a fight in the stands between fans of each team. The Sharks lost the game, their fifth loss in a row, while the Sharks fan depicted here lost his dignity.
The Sharks fan, reportedly sticking up for his girlfriend, starts a fight with a Preds fan several rows in front of him. As you see, Sharks fan’s punch...
from David Pollak of Working the Corners at the Mercury News,
Todd McLellan doesn’t want his team to forget about what happened in that 6-2 embarrassment in Columbus on Monday night when they face the Nashville Predators tonight.
“I want them to be pissed off. I want them to be mad. I want them to be upset,” McLellan said after a team meeting that lasted 20-25 minutes...
Here are your “Leftgovers” from the Nashville Predators game on Tuesday night against the San Jose Sharks…
* Brent Burns and Scott Gomez were scratched for San Jose.
* Patric Hornqvist (injured), Brian McGrattan and Hal Gill were scratches for the Predators.
* McGrattan was in an interested scratch because, as Ryan Porth reported earlier today...
That's six. I hate to think what the farmer's new bride would do to the person who crossed her six times, but I'm sort of relieved that the Sharks got this out of the way. If they were mystified about why they lost again, after doing so many things so much better, well, it could not have happened any other way. Once they lost five, the sixth loss was going to will itself...
The ATP 250 tournament currently called the SAP Open, and currently hosted in San Jose, California, has been in continuous operation in some form since 1889, making it the second oldest tennis tournament in the United States. The current edition will be its last. Next year the tournament relocates to Memphis.
One would hope that in its final year the SAP Open would make a strenuous...