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Don Cherry and Ron MacLean talked Team Canada's WJC team and a few other topics.
Honestly, a year from now, I still see myself doing Hockey Night in Canada. It will be a little different; more explaining where you go to see what. The logistics might need refining. But my gut feeling is that it will just be Hockey Night In Canada as presented by Rogers. And I’m glad for that.
-Ron MacLean of Hockey Night in Canada. More from MacLean at Macleans on a few more topics...
The panel discussed a few topics including Del Zotto trade talk and travel restrictions during the holidays.
from Jack Todd at the Montreal Gazette,
Because we’re in a giving mood this year, we’re going to strap on our trusty Santa sack, goose the reindeer into action and pass out gifts to those in the world of sports who impressed, distressed, depressed or full-court-pressed us this year.
Marc Bergevin: Jaromir Jagr, the guy he should have signed instead of Daniel Brière.
Mike Babcock: Enough sense to lean heavily on Ken Hitchcock, the smarter coach.
P.J. Stock: A pink slip.
Don Cherry: A five-year case of acute laryngitis.
Ron MacLean: Enough pride to stop fawning around Cherry. Enough humility to stop lording it over everyone else.
Don Cherry and Ron MacLean touched on numerous topics including Cherry stating P.K. Subban has to be on Team Canada.
Hotstove Tonight: High number of injuries will lead to higher escrow
The panel examines the high number of injuries and suspensions this season.
Plus the GM search in Buffalo and Calgary plus some 24/7 talk.
Carol of the Bells is the music the montage is set to tonight.
Don Cherry and Ron MacLean discussed the Thornton suspension, how players need to learn to take a hit and other topics.
The main topic of discussion was the Shawn Thornton suspension.
But some trade talk too...
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