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02-13-2013, 10:28 PM
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Originally Posted by rumrokh View Post

You can see the whole play very clearly. The problem is when the guy controlling the camera pans way over to one side and tries to keep the puck in the middle of the shot instead of letting the whole play fill the screen. The angle, itself, is awesome; it's the production that's sometimes a problem for you.
That's not a very good example. A lot of times, there's board work on the half-walls and corners which forces the camera to turn in order to see. But the rest of the players on the ice are just as important to the developing play are now cut off entirely.

Likewise with any behind-the-net play.

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