Found February 27, 2013 on
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Usually our broadcast bloopers involve a typo or an error in a graphic during an NHL game. This time we switch things up, highlighting an incredible slip of the tongue during Comcast SportsNet's coverage of the Sharks and Avalanche on Feb. 26. Where exactly did Joe Thornton have the puck? To be fair, the sentence blurs a bit together here. Clearly, the intended word was "stick" but the "s" seemed to get lost after "his", making it sound like Thornton used a certain body part to play the puck. Add in the "in and out" reference earlier in the video and you have a classic blooper. (H/T Reddit Hockey) [follow]
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This is why it's always important for announcers to enunciate words. At a recent Sharks-Avalanche game, just listen to how Sharks analyst Drew Remenda describes this replay involving Joe Thornton. Because "his stick" can blend together and actually sound like something else. Something else that would be pretty disturbing to see on the ice!
(via Puck Drunk Love)
On February 26th, during the San Jose Sharks-Colorado Avalanche game Comcast SportsNet’s broadcaster had a bit of a slip of the tongue. Clearly he meant to say “his stick,” but it blended together a little bit more than he would have liked and it came out “his d*ck.” I gotta say, it would be much harder to play hockey that way.
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