Another curse slips through in Game 3

It's been a rough Stanley Cup Finals for the guy holding the mute button in NBC's production truck.

It's been a rough Stanley Cup Finals for the guy holding the mute button in NBC's production truck.

On Monday, for the second time in three games, a postgame interview with sideline reporter Pierre McGuire was marred by an on-air curse word from a member of the winning team.

In Game 1, it was the Chicago Blackhawks' Andrew Sharp, who dropped an exhausted and well-earned — but definitely inappropriate — F-bomb after his game-winner in triple overtime (which at least came after 1 a.m. ET, so the kids were probably asleep):

Then on Monday, after stopping all 28 Blackhawks shots on net to continue his ridiculous playoff run, Bruins goalie Tuukka Rask commented on his ability to preserve his third shutout of the playoffs despite the, uh, "crappy" ice conditions:

I'm not sure how long of a delay NBC and NBC Sports Network use on their hockey telecasts, but it's clearly not long enough. Better bump it up a few more seconds for Game 4 Wednesday, just in (bleeping) case.

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