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02-05-2007, 02:42 PM
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Watching hockey in new ways

As a long time American hockey fan, but never more than a street player, I have had this question for a while.

How do you watch hockey beyond just watching the puck?

In America, everyone knows how to watch football - and I mean really watch it - to break down different plays, see where things open up, etc. Even growing up playing games like "Madden" you learn a lot about playcalling and defense, etc.

For someone who's never played organized hockey, I find it hard to identify plays, especially when hockey is a constantly flowing game.

So basically, I'm asking whether you are at the game or watching on TV, what kind of things can you watch for to see a little bit more of the game than what you might get at first glance.

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