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Eliotte Friedman joined Matt Dery of Detroit Sports 105.1 and discussed the Calgary/Vancouver game on Saturday night.
Friedman also had a few things to say about the recent Peter Gammons tweet about the NHL.
Friedman also talked Wings and he is nos so sure if the team in Detroit will ever get healthy again this season.
You can listen to the full interview here.
Friedman appeared on Hockey Nigh Online today and discused a few topics, one being the new Rogers NHL broadcast deal.
Friedman joined CBC talk show host George Stroumboulopoulos for a little discussion and the opening can't be missed...
My last post of the night comes from Elliotte Friedman and puts this sorry NHL lockout in perspective.
If you follow Elliotte Friedman in the twitter world, you probably read it but in case you missed it or don't follow him, take a few minutes and start reading.
from Elliotte Friedman of CBC,
I remember the day that changed everything.
It was Sept. 27, 1989, my 19th birthday. Crisp fall day, three weeks after arriving at the University of Western Ontario. I'm not going to go deeply into it, but life hadn't been very fun for me.
Walking through campus, however, I decided things were going to be different. Three people are responsible for that. This is my thank you.
CBC’s Hockey Night in Canada tonight—Elliotte Friedman’s segment ‘Inside Hockey’ profiles Ray Emery of the Anaheim Ducks, looking at his remarkable recovery and revived career after a diagnosis of avascular necrosis.
Tonight on CBC’s Hockey Night in Canada, Elliotte Friedman’s segment ‘Inside Hockey” profiled Pavel Datsyuk.
from Bruce Dowbiggin of the Globe and Mail,
Why is Elliotte Friedman so underused on Hockey Night In Canada ? While the program promotes former brawler P.J. Stock doing highlights and treatises on The Code, Friedman is typically reduced – outside of a feature on the Saturday pre-game show – to the cherished “What will it take to get back into this game?” interviews between periods and after games.
While understated on-camera, Friedman is capable of an open-ended question in under 10 seconds – without the parenthetical wandering of more famous names. He is still more comfortable in front of the lens than several of the Hot Stove ‘s stock players and commands respect from players and peers. Plus, Friedman – who was recruited from The Score – would deliver a smidgen of balance to the editorial slant of the show that leans toward … shall we say “traditional” values.