Hot Clicks: Sidney Crosby Olympics stick, gloves missing
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See the glove and stick that Sidney Crosby threw in the air after scoring the gold-medal-winning goal in the photo above? They're missing. You can receive a $10,000 reward if you turn them in. (Thanks to Patrick, of Pittsburgh, for the link.)
'This Is Absolute Garbage'Canadiens forward Maxim Lapierre was suspended for four games on Friday after a vicious hit on the Sharks' Scott Nichol. The check caused TSN color man Ray Ferraro to go off.
Lovely Lady Of The Day
Odette Yustman :: Jeffrey Mayer/Getty ImagesBrandon Williams, of Baltimore, says, "I would like to nominate the gorgeous Odette Yustman for the Lovely Lady of the Day. My apologies if she's already been featured, but if not, she deserves to be as much as any." Yustman has never been featured in Hot Clicks, and to be honest, I never heard of her until Brandon's e-mail. But I have to scold you, Hot Clicks Nation. Why the hell haven't any of you alerted me to someone as stunning as Yustman sooner? I shouldn't even reward you by posting links to her photo galleries.
Journalism FailFC Dallas striker Jeff Cunningham is interviewed by a reporter in this video. Cunningham proceeds to tell the reporter that his name is Freddy Adu. Then he pretends to be Adu for the entire interview. The reporter never catches on. (Thanks to David, of Dallas, for the link.)
Sports Video Of The DayThis video involving Utah State coach Stew Morrill features some interesting wording by the announcer. (Thanks to Jordan, of Woods Cross, Utah, for the link.)
Absurd Commercial Of The DayThis is quite disturbing. (Thanks to Noah, of Champaign, Ill., for the link.)
Speech Gone Wrong Video Of The DayMatthew, a reader who doesn't want his last name or hometown given, says, "Great work on Hot Clicks. It is always a highlight of my day. Here is a video you might be able to use. My wife and I were married in 2006. At the rehearsal dinner, a friend of my parents had 'one too many' and then decided to make a toast. What transpired is in the video below. There are 20 seconds where the camera is not focused on the speaker, but that is quickly resolved."