What's buzzing:

Puck Daddy

Watch top 25 bloopers of 2011-12 NHL season, pretty much every other gaffe (VIDEO)

Greg Wyshynski
Puck Daddy

"SportsCentre" on TSN has counted down the Top 25 bloopers of 2011-12, sometimes offering multiple highlights under the same heading. This is pretty much every embarrassing moment of the regular season that didn't involve Pierre Gauthier's personnel management or the Columbus Blue Jackets' penalty kill.

If you have 23 minutes, give it a look; if you don't, the Top 10 starts around 13:30 into the clip.

No. 13 is a personal favorite: When John Tavares is named first star, and all of his New York Islanders teammates break up their high-five tunnel to leave him skating alone.

The top 10:

10. Catching pucks on, or between, the benches. (Including Dan Bylsma's leaping outfielder grab.)
9. Getting checking through doors, into benches or on the bench.
8. Ryan Kesler planks on the Nashville net.
7. Victor Hedman's epic own goal, with his glove.
6. Vernon Fiddler's Kevin Bieksa mean face.
5. Alexei Emelin with an awesome hip check on … Erik Cole.
4. Jason Blake gets his sweater nearly removed by the Rangers during play.
3. Craig Smith misses the empty net.
2. That hilarious scene when Jan Murzak had a second stick stuck in his jersey.
1. Well, we can't tell you that spoiler. Suffice it to say, it involves the shootout.

s/t to YouTube hockey legend DayWalk3r for the clip.

Other popular content on the Yahoo! network:
Tiger Woods plans to take questions from fans instead of the media
Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s streak lives on, but he's got reason to smile
Tim Brown: Bryce Harper gets first major-league hit in thrilling debut
Y! News: Nothing is sacred at 98th White House correspondents' dinner

View Comments (22)
  • Jones names only two scrumhalves in Japan World Cup squad

    TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan coach Eddie Jones has opted for only two recognised scrumhalves in his versatile 31-man squad for the rugby World Cup. Jones said versatility had "one hundred percent" played a part in his selection choices after surprisingly … More »

    Reuters - 4 minutes 6 seconds ago
  • Sharapova pulls out of US Open due to leg injury

    Sharapova pulls out of US Open due to leg injury

    By Larry Fine NEW YORK (Reuters) - Maria Sharapova, winner of five grand slam events, has pulled out of the U.S. Open tennis championships due to a leg injury, the Russian said on Sunday. Sharapova, 28, has not played a match since losing to … More »

    Reuters - 14 minutes ago
  • Kiprop hat-trick puts Kenya on top in Beijing

    Kiprop hat-trick puts Kenya on top in Beijing

    By Nick Mulvenney BEIJING (Reuters) - Asbel Kiprop produced a trademark sprint finish to win a third straight 1,500 metres gold and ensure Kenya topped the medals table at successive world championships after the final night of action on Sunday. … More »

    Reuters - 15 minutes ago
  • Fijian back tells of racial abuse in French league game

    Montpellier's Fijian utility back Timoci Nagusa has claimed he was racially abused by a Pau fan during a French Top 14 game on Saturday. The incident occurred in the first half when he picked up a yellow card, Nagusa told French rugby weekly Midi … More »

    Reuters - 36 minutes ago
  • Rohit falls after fifty, India stretch lead to 243

    Rohit falls after fifty, India stretch lead to 243

    India lost both overnight batsmen but rode Rohit Sharma's gutsy half-century to stretch their overall lead to 243 runs at lunch on the penultimate day of the third and final test against Sri Lanka on Monday. Resuming day four on a precarious 21-3 … More »

    Reuters - 37 minutes ago