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Ron MacLean and Don Cherry discuss shootouts, fighting, on-ice communications & goalie helmet safety.
The panel discussed what does Anaheim do with Corey Perry, the GM meeting is March 20th and some of the issues which may be brought up are goalie equipment, too many games going to the shootout and diving.
Then visor talk was brought up and finally, the most sought after NCAA player is...
The segment opens up with Ron MacLean showing an old interview he did with Stompin' Tom Conners, then Don Cherry does play-by-play of the Canada/Mexico baseball brawl today in the World Baseball Classic.
The Dziurzynski/McLaren fight is next on the list, with Don saying McLaren should stay in his own 'fight class' then fighting in the game is discussed.
The montage featurse the song The Good Old Hockey Game by the late Stompin' Tom Conners.
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On tonight's Coach's Corner, Don Cherry was proud of Daniel Alfredsson for taking a run at Rinaldo today, then turned his attention to Sidney Crosby.
Cherry and Ron MacLean then discussed Ryan O'Reilly, Jay Feaster, the goalie situation in Vancouver and Nazem Kadri.
The Hotstove on HNIC talk realignment and play-in game too.
Don Cherry and Ron MacLean with numerous topics tonight, starting off with the Toronto Maple Leafs.
On Hotstove Tonight the topics discussed were the Ottawa Senators including the Karlsson injury and should the Sens move Alfredsson, Ryan O'Reilly, Olympic participation and NHL injuries.
The Two Solitudes
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The HNIC experts discussed what it will take to get the NHL to say yes to the Olympics. If you don't watch the full video, at least catch the short interview with Rene Fasel in the early part of the segment.
I have a feeling and the HNIC experts agree, someone in the NHL office won't be happy with what Fasel said.
Plus the group discussed the Tim Thomas trade and mentioned if the league did a favor for Jeremy Jacobs?
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