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Just call him MiCam

You know, if I’m going to make fun of V for spelling mistakes, it’s only fair that I point out errors by the networks with higher budgets:

A typo during Le Verdict (Episode 3)

I realize even Habs players can’t spell Cammalleri (and I’m sure it’s been wrong at least a dozen times in my newspaper), but this is Radio-Canada primetime, folks.

UPDATE: A bunch of people have pointed out that Bell also has trouble checking the spelling of “Cammalleri”.

8 thoughts on “Just call him MiCam

    1. Nancy

      To me, that’s actually a pretty big issue. Goes to show how the media of today has gotten beyond sloppy and doesn’t even do the legwork anymore, especially for something as easy as double-checking the spelling of someone’s last name.

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  1. Derek Cassoff

    The bigger question is how does Cammalleri, as great a season as he had, even make a list with Lafleur, Beliveau, Richard and Dryden?

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    1. Fagstein Post author

      Michel Villeneuve asked the same question during the show, except he said it was Alex Kovalev who had no business being grouped in with them.

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      1. Seth

        I’m surprised that any of the following weren’t on the list: Harvey, Boom Boom, Plante, H. Richard, Shutt, Gainey, Robinson, Cournoyer, Mahovlich or Savard.

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