Found March 29, 2013 on Awful Announcing:
Colorado Avalanche analyst Kyle Keef was just trying to preview which segments were coming up on the post-game show following the team's loss to the Calgary Flames. Little did he know that when it came time to mention his colleague Peter McNabb, he would refer to him simply as Penis (You know, kind of like Seal). Keef corrected himself and carried on with the segment, unfortunately depriving us from hearing "Penis McNabb" uttered on live television. Peter. Penis. A simple, yet hilarious mistake.  Like any other male, Keef went on to chuckle through the rest of his segment. Honestly, can you blame him? If I ever get to the point where I don't find a blunder like this to be hilarious, put me out of my misery.  [H/T Bob's Blitz]
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