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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 Jose Sharks-Nashville Predators game on Tuesday evening. While airing footage of San Jose Sharks head coach Todd McLellan being interviewed, a graphic was put up showing the supposed stat lines of the top two defensemen for the Sharks, who happened to be designated as Dan Boyle and Brent Burns.
Despite the Sharks getting a curious statistical output of 6 RBI, 2 HR from Boyle and Burns and despite the two going hitless, the Sharks still came up short, suffering a shutout and losing 1-0. I guess if a graphic is going to be incorrect, it might as well be completely nonsensical and hilarious.
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The Sharks left Bridgestone arena in Nashville after falling 1-0 in overtime, but tonight they can leave with their pride.
âA much better effort than last nightâ quipped Todd McLellan after the game.
âEverybody that dressed contributed tonight. I thought we were much more competitive and played a much more detailed game, but we still had the same result. We have...
It’s not often that you see two superstars pair off to go at it with each other, but that’s exactly what happened on Friday night when the Chicago Blackhawks took on the San Jose Sharks. Sharks captain Joe Thornton has 26 fights under his belt now, and this gives Blackhawks captain Jonathan Toews three total fights for his career. Toews was incensed the entire shift and was...
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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.
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* McGrattan was in an interested scratch because, as Ryan Porth reported earlier today...
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