The Chicago Blackhawks scored a lot during the regular season. Only the Pittsburgh Penguins had more goals in 48 games. But while doing a live hit outside of Chicago's dressing room prior to Tuesday night's playoff opener, CSN reporter Susannah Collins accidentally suggested that the 'Hawks have been doing a lot of the other kind of scoring, as well.
Collins poked fun at herself while apologizing afterwards on Twitter, adding that she'd do her best to avoid risking another slip-up by mentioning one particularly dangerously-named member of the Minnesota Wild...
Don't worry, I'll do my best to avoid saying "Clutterbuck" tonight. Can't have a other slip-up! #thatdidntgothewayiplanned— Susannah Collins (@susannahcollins) May 1, 2013
Unfortunately for Collins, that won't be possible because Cal Clutterbuck scored the first goal of the series less than five minutes into the first period of Tuesday night's game.
H/T Jimmy Traina
Awful Announcing you missed the awful announcing. Did the reporter really tell the audience that the Blackhawks have determined that the success of the regular season means nothing right now?
Riveting information. But now the other 15 teams know this. The "Hawks secret is out.
I'm in love with Susanah Collins! (Yeah I wish) but seriously after Sarah Kustok left to go to New York she has been the local hottie around here!