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A Clearer Picture

via William Houston of the Globe and Mail,

As Hockey Night’s Elliotte Friedman reported last week, the NHL is beginning to install high-definition overhead cameras in the arenas as well as HDTV video recorders, which help clarify reviews of disputed goals.

The HDTV technology helped make possible the correct calls on two disputed, but difficult-to-see goals in the New Jersey Devils-Ottawa Senators game on Monday.

By the end of the week, 14 arenas will have the HDTV technology. By the end of the month, it will be in all the buildings.

Filed in: NHL Talk, | KK Hockey | Permalink
  Tags: arenas, officiating

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