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Video- Coach’s Corner Tonight

Topics discussed: Well-dressed men, Frederik Andersen is the best goalie in the world right now, the 1st period Boston/Toronto, slew-foots sneaking into the game and the Winnipeg Jets game last night.

Plus Jamie Benn waiting in the weeds, alley oop pass by Filip Forsberg, the Columbus Blue Jackets and Vegas Golden Knights (expansion draft) and the New York Islanders.

via Sportsnet,

 

 

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Video- Coach’s Corner Tonight

via Sportsnet's YouTube channel,

Join Don Cherry and Ron MacLean as they discuss all the top stories from around the 2019 Stanley Cup Playoffs, including Alex Ovechkin’s fight with Andrei Svechnikov and the on going saga between the Boston Bruins and Toronto Maple Leafs.

 

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Video- Coach’s Corner Tonight

Topics discussed by Ron MacLean and Don Cherry include- The Boston/Toronto series, the on-ice whining has to stop, the play of Austin Watson, the issues with the Winnipeg Jets and the Blues are playing well.

Also the Flames love playing in front of Mike Smith, the play of the New York Islanders and Logan Couture should not have been called for goaltender interference.  Plus Don Cherry on the Ferlund hit and also discussed John Tortorella's motivation.

via Sportsnet,

 

 

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NBC Sports Group Coverage Of Game 1 Of The Stanley Cup Playoffs

STAMFORD, Conn. – April 8, 2019 – NBC Sports Group’s comprehensive coverage of the 2019 Stanley Cup Playoffs begins with five First Round games on Wednesday night, the first night of two months of Stanley Cup Playoff hockey – and “There’s Nothing Like Playoff Hockey.”

Wednesday night’s coverage features a pair of doubleheaders on NBCSN and USA Network. NBCSN’s Game 1 doubleheader begins at 7:30 p.m. ET featuring the (3) Pittsburgh Penguins and (2) New York Islanders, followed by the (3) Vegas Golden Knights vs. the (2) San Jose Sharks at 10:30 p.m. ET.

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Video- Coach’s Corner Tonight

The topics discussed tonight include: Bob Cole and Don Cherry stories, Toronto/Boston series, bad line changes by Toronto, Warren Foegele's play for the Canes and the play of Kevin Hayes for the Jets.

Plus Mark Giordano should be a lock for the Norris Trophy and a few more topics.

via Sportsnet's YouTube page,

 

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Video- The Best Of Bob Cole

via Sportsnet,

His voice has been the soundtrack of hockey in this country for the past 50 years. Whenever it came time to capture the biggest moments in the sport, nobody did it better than Bob Cole.

 

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Video- Thank You Bob Cole

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Video- The Best Of Bob Cole

Mr. Cole will be calling the Toronto/Montreal game tonight, the last one of his glorious career.

 

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Thoughts On Bob Cole

from Kevin McGran of the Toronto Star,

Oh baby. Everything, shortly, will no longer be happening. I’ll tell ya, Harry. He’s going home. He’s going home.

Bob Cole will make the final play-by-play call of his illustrious 50-year career behind the mic for Hockey Night in Canada at Saturday’s season finale between the Montreal Canadiens and Toronto Maple Leafs....

The Star asked a number of broadcasters what they think of when they think of Bob Cole:

GORD MILLER TSN

“He was so generous and kind to me when I was starting out. He was unbelievable. We all stand in his shadow. Everyone who has ever done this stands in his shadow. There’s no one like him. The cadence, the voice, the minimalist approach is fantastic. Only he can do it. He was a guy that was always giving you advice and pumping you up and a pat on the back, which meant a lot. I remember doing a game in the early 1990s and seeing Bob two days later, and him saying: ‘Great job.’ It was like God himself had inscribed it on a tablet. The thing about Bob is his passion. He loves his job. I don’t remember Bob ever saying: ‘I don’t want to do this today.’

Favourite call: “I remember the Oilers winning the Cup in 1984 and Bob saying: ‘There’s a new bunch on the block.’”

KEN DANIELS Fox Sports Detroit

“I was hosting Hockey Night in Canada, in Anaheim, and I got out of the cab with Bob and I’ve got my briefcase and I’m doing the Ron MacLean thing and I said to Bob: ‘Did you leave anything in the cab?’ He points to his head and says: ‘It’s all up here, mister.’ I grew up listening to Bob in the 1970s and wanted to do this since the age of 8. It’s pretty cool to have worked with him, and he’s been nothing but very generous with his time for me.”

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Coverage Of The 2019 IIHF Women’s World Championship Begins Today On The NHL Network

via a press release from the NHL PR department,

NHL Network™ will serve as the exclusive U.S. TV home of the 2019 IIHF Women’s World Championship, providing extensive coverage of the tournament from Espoo, Finland, including live game telecasts plus comprehensive previews, highlights, analysis, interviews and demonstrations within its studio programming.

NHL Network’s complete on-air schedule for the 2019 IIHF Women’s World Championship is available here and below:

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