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Video- Coach’s Corner Tonight

Topics discussed by Don Cherry and Ron MacLean included-

Toronto used to be the toughest team in the world but no longer.

Talk turned to Montreal and Ottawa in the playoffs.

The play of the Calgary Flames was next.

Next topic was the Winnipeg Jets.

Then a few more topics including the Buffalo Sabres.

 

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Video- Coach’s Corner Tonight

Topics discussed tonight include...

The play of Mark Stone of the Ottawa Senators.

Next up was the Dustin Byfuglien suspension.

Then the play of Scott Gomez and his fine for elbowing.

Up next was Corey Perry and how he cares for his stick.

A few other topics were also talked about.

 

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Video- Coach’s Corner Tonight

Topics discussed tonight by Don Cherry and Ron MacLean include....

Don Cherry was not happy with the refs in the first period of Toronto/Ottawa.

Next up was Cherry pointing out to young players to make sure you keep your stick on the ice, using the LA Kings as an example.

Cherry tells us why Scott Hartnell wears #43.

Up next was the play of "Jimmy Slater" of the Winnipeg Jets then Steve Ott was pointed out as being a momentum changer.

Then Don Cherry talked about the Leafs bringing in a college guy instead a top player from the Marlies.

Cherry closed with some OHL Cup talk.

Watch below...

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Video- Coach’s Corner Tonight

Topics discussed tonight by Don Cherry and Ron MacLean were...

Don Cherry praised the play of Mark Stuart of the Winnipeg Jets.  Next topic was Joe Thornton and his 900th assist.

Then Don Cherry pointed out a bad defensive play by the Toronto Maple Leafs game tonight.

Next topic was the play of Andrew Hammond.

Up next was "all for one and one for all", big hits and teammates respond.

Cherry then pointed out the play of Dan Hamuis.

Then a few more topics, including Connor McDavid, a good Canadian boy.

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Video- Coach’s Corner Tonight

Topics discussed tonight by Don Cherry and Ron MacLean were...

Ron MacLean caught chuckling at Cherry's green hat.

Don Cherry tells us how to drop the ceremonial puck.

Talked a bit about Brad Richards.

Then Nazem Kadri talk was next.  Cherry says Kadri won't be in Toronto in two years, he has been humiliated.  You can't do what the Leafs did to their best forward.

Cherry talked about the fighting code in a recent Winnipeg game.

Don Cherry then reviewed the Derek MacKenzie goal from a few days ago.

Next up was Cherry saying Aaron Ekblad will be the rookie of the year.

Last topic was the linesmen dropping the puck in the faceoff circle.

Watch below...

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Video- Coach’s Corner Tonight

Main topics discussed tonight by Don Cherry and Ron MacLean....

Cherry discussed the play of the Calgary Flames and their shot blocking.

Next was goaltender Andrew Hammond of the Ottawa Senators.

Then more of the same from last week-  NHL star players getting run and they have no protection.  Cherry says keep fighting in the game, accountability counts.

Up next was a Brandon Prust and Patrick Maroon fight, the right way.

A few more topics too.

 

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Video- Coach’s Corner Tonight

The segment started with Cherry pointing out teams are laughing at the Leafs.

Then the problem with nets tipping over.

The main topic discussed by Don Cherry and Ron MacLean was star players getting injured and nobody riding shotgun for them.

Of course there were other topics too, watch the segment.

 

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Video- Coach’s Corner Tonight

The main topic of the segment tonight was super stars and fighting.  Cherry used Crosby as an example and then showed numerous clips of stars fighting. Cherry says the stars should not be fighting.

Also a nice tribute to Steve Montador and Cherry urges the Toronto fans to keep the faith.  Cherry also mentioned the play of Tyler Myers and claims he will soon be a star in the NHL.

 

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Video- Hockey Day In Canada Feature On Danny Gallivan

via Sportsnet,

Danny Gallivan was not the first hockey broadcaster. That honour belongs to Foster Hewitt. But like Hewitt, Gallivan had paved his own path and legacy as the voice of the Montreal Canadiens in an era that spanned 16 Stanley Cups.

 

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Video- Coach’s Corner Tonight

Well power restored at the KK home but pretty darn cold right now in the home office.

The main topic in my opinion of Coach's Corner tonight was Don Cherry saying maybe Milan Lucic is getting a raw deal on some of the penalty calls against him.

 

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