How to tell when a team is hot
I’ve just about seen everything now. At least on TV.
While flipping channels the other day, I came across a sports channel showing the Chicago Blackhawks doing a skate-around. (For those who don’t know, a skate-around is a light practice the morning of a game to keep players loose.)
The network wasn’t showing game replays or interviews with players; it was just the players going through a very light workout. To their credit, I guess, the commentators weren’t discussing the drills, they were analyzing the upcoming playoff opponent. But instead of showing the commentators sitting behind a desk, there were Patrick Kane and Jonathan Toews and Patrick Sharp flipping wrist shots at Corey Crawford, who may be the most important player on the team.
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