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Video- Coach’s Corner On Numerous Topics

Don Cherry and Ron MacLean discuss the toughness of the Kings, Cherry believes they have to hit every chance they get to win the series.

Also discussed was keeping the puck away from Brodeur, the Devils trying to shoot high on Quick, Pete DeBoer and The Memorial Cup.

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Video- Coach’s Corner Tonight

Don Cherry discussed the Rangers’ defensive play, the Drew Doughty OT incident and Shane Doan.

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Video- Numerous Topics Discussed On Coach’s Corner

Ron MacLean and Don Cherry discussed the first period of tonight’s game, discussed the issues with the benches being next to each other, Cherry takes a small shot at Pierre McGuire, talked Kings/Coyotes including the Brown hit and praise for Dean Lombardi.

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  Tags: don+cherry, ron+maclean

Video- Coach’s Corner Tonight

Ron MacLean and Don Cherry touch on numerous subjects including winning faceoffs and coaches dealing with the media.

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Coach’s Talk

Today on Coach’s Corner, Don Cherry and Ron MacLean discussed Marian Gaborik, Dale Hunter, the LA Kings among other items…

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Video- Coach’s Corner With Numerous Topics

The pre-game ritual of goalies, get the puck out of the defensive zone on a penalty-kill, the LA Kings, the Doan and Hanzal hit and Rob Scuderi are the topics Don Cherry and Ron MacLean discussed tonight.

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Canadian TV Ratings For Round 2

from Bruce Dowbiggin of the Globe and Mail,

There are NHL playoff rating and then there are Canadian NHL playoff ratings. As expected, the upset of Vancouver in Round 1 almost halved the numbers CBC garnered in 2011’s Round 2, when the Canucks defeated Nashville. CBC’s coverage of the Washington/New York Rangers series averaged over 1.5 million viewers (all ratings +2) a game while the New Jersey/Philadelphia series averaged over 1.4 million viewers a game (for a 1.49 M. average in Round 2).

By comparison, the Canucks’ playoff games in 2011 averaged 2.8 million viewers a game, pushing CBC’s average rating per game to a healthy 2.16 million. The ratings would not have been as high had the Ottawa Senators made it past Round 1 this year, but they still would have trumped the all-American series just concluded. The last time no Canadian teams made it past Round 1 was 1996 when games averaged 1.36 M.

more plus some talk on CBC may be out bid on the next Canadian TV contract…

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  Tags: sportsnet, tsn

Coach’s Corner Discusses The Red Line

Don Cherry and Ron MacLean discuss the red line, Coyotes and Kings and linesmen and the puck drop among other items of interest…

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Video-The Hotstove Talk

The Hotstove on HNIC talks UFAs, some coaching positions and other topics.

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Coach’s Corner Tonight

Ron MacLean and Don Cherry discuss the first period of Game 7, the handling of Joel Ward and the rest of the segment is non-NHL talk.

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