Kukla's Korner Hockey
After the Montreal/Toronto game last night, Ron MacLean and Don Cherry had some extended time to talk. Some of the topics were the Leafs, Dave Keon and the the broken skate blade issue.
Don Cherry and Ron MacLean opened Coach's Corner with a little talk about the first period of Habs/Leafs.
Next up was the Carlyle/Reimer talk then the hit on Paul Ranger.
Cherry then pointed out the play Kyle Quincey made against the Penguins on Thursday and said the play will get the Wings in the playoffs.
Some OHL talk was next then Cherry called out the "guy" who was cheering up against the glass and fell back when a hit was made on the glass.
The Hotstove panel discussed prospects, including NCAA free agents, P.K. Subban's next contract and the same with Ryan Miller.
Also discussed was will Paul Maurice return to coach next season in Winnipeg and the possibility of Ron Francis taking over for Jimmy Rutherford in Carolina.
Toronto/Montreal and Carolina/Winnipeg...
A behind the scenes look at the broadcast control room at Rogers Arena in Vancouver.
Paul Bissonnette of the Phoenix Coyotes joined Scott Oake and Kelly Hrudey of HNIC for just over 8 minutes of hockey and non-hockey talk...
Don Cherry and Ron MacLean touched on a few topics, including the death of Terry Trafford.
Mr. Cherry also sporting a bit of green tonight.
Ottawa vs. Montreal.
Tonight's Inside Hockey feature with Elliotte Friedman was on David Glen, a Penn State forward who was involved in a marrow donation.
The group discussed the recent IOC decision on Nicklas Backstrom, talks about Markus Nalsand joining the Canucks' management group and the recent recommendations from the GM meetings.
Also discussed the NHL Draft Lottery odds and making it simple on some goal calls.
added 8:40pm, Here is more from Friedman on Naslund,
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