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Topics on Saturday night’s Coach’s Corner included Dwayne Roloson, the Wings, Darryl Sutter, Kevin Bieksa and the WJC.
If you missed the Hotstove on HNIC, some of the topics discussed were the Canucks, the hit on Brad Stuart and other topics.
That quote regarding the Winter Classic kicks-off Coach’s Corner tonight.
Let’s go back to 1987.
Your host, Ron MacLean.
Elliotte Friedman talks to a few folks about Donald Fehr, including 93 year old Marvin Miller.
Then Ron MacLean sits down with Fehr and numerous topics are touched upon.
Numerous topics discussed and Pierre LeBrun mentions even more in this post.
On Coach’s Corner tonight, scroll to the 1:25 mark to see Don in action.
from the CP at The Hockey News,
Hockey fans thinking they might want to get in on the next 3D game should know what to expect. Watching a game in 3D isn’t about sensing that pucks are coming through the screen—although you might get that feeling if a puck were to be shot straight at a camera. The real experience is the enhanced sense of depth that makes it feel like you can see deep into the screen, like looking out a window, or actually sitting in the stands at the arena.
During scrambles in front of the net there’s a better sense of how players jam the outside of the crease and battle for space. The referees also had a knack for getting in the way of the shot, which actually just added to the 3D effect.
Shots from cameras positioned along the glass give an impressive view that competes with sitting rinkside. But it’s not necessarily the best angle to actually follow the action—as cool as it is to see—and CBC was guilty a few times of lingering too long with angles that showed off the 3D effect but didn’t follow the play well.
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