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10-31-2008, 01:22 PM
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I'll settle for RDS showing us a face-off once in awhile.
+2..."le match en chiffres"...WHO CARES? caliss!

I like this angle, could be useful with 5 on 3....other than that, no!

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My friend told me that live, the game is much slower than on tv.
I don't understand what you just posted. Could you elaborate?

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I hate that camera angle.

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I hate that angle, its not stable enough! It moves and you have trouble concentrating!!

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I hate that camera angle as well. Keep it classic and simple, no need to change the way we watch hockey.

What I would like is for RDS to get a new production team though. Their timing with showing stats and giving interviews is terrible, cuts into the play way too much.
THe production team at RDS is terrible... never showed the replay of Higgins flattening that Wild yesterday Misses faceoff, they actually missed a goal a couple of games ago when the habs won the faceoff and the winger shot right away.. can't remember who though..

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I find the constant panning on the behind the net angle annoying. It might be good if the puck stays on one side of the ice, but multiple cross-ice passes get annoying as the camera goes back and forth.

Also, when the puck is on the half boards, it's hard to see what's happening off of the far post. If they were using that angle for Tanguay's back door powerplay goal against the Ducks, the puck would have been in before the camera could pan over. That's what I've found when seeing this angle on TSN.

As said before, the angle is good for replays, but I wouldn't like the play to be broadcast with it. I can't stand it when I can't see all of the players in the zone in one shot. You can't see what they're setting up, and all of the off-puck positioning battles are lost.

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10-31-2008, 01:37 PM
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I don't understand what you just posted. Could you elaborate?
My friend who went to see a live game, said that when watching a game live, the players moves slower than it makes you think when watching a game on tv.

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Also, when the puck is on the half boards, it's hard to see what's happening off of the far post. If they were using that angle for Tanguay's back door powerplay goal against the Ducks, the puck would have been in before the camera could pan over. That's what I've found when seeing this angle on TSN.
But then, yesterday, we would've have seen the crossbar hit by Plek MUCH better. And also all the saves by Prices. But then, we probably would've vomited after a 12 straight minutes of PP.

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10-31-2008, 01:42 PM
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My friend who went to see a live game, said that when watching a game live, the players moves slower than it makes you think when watching a game on tv.



But then, yesterday, we would've have seen the crossbar hit by Plek MUCH better. And also all the saves by Prices.
You should go see a game by yourself, you'd find out that your friend doesn't know what he's talking about.

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10-31-2008, 02:15 PM
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You should go see a game by yourself, you'd find out that your friend doesn't know what he's talking about.
Maybe your friend was watching thegame from the roof? The game appears faster from the red.

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10-31-2008, 02:27 PM
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I was watching the SJS vs DET game yesterday and noticed that whenever power play started, they would switch to camera angle behind the net. It gives amazing view of the play, the blocking, and the goals. It's really cool to see almost from the goalie's point of view.

So why don't we have that on CBC and RDS?

Take a look at this video: http://www.nhl.tv/team/console.jsp?hlg=20082009,2,135 at the 30 sec. mark.

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I love that angle, I ain't no goaltender but it's the angle that make you feel the most like when you're playing hockey (reading the ice, etc..) But yeah, human is a creature of habits , most won't like it.

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I find the constant panning on the behind the net angle annoying. It might be good if the puck stays on one side of the ice, but multiple cross-ice passes get annoying as the camera goes back and forth.

Also, when the puck is on the half boards, it's hard to see what's happening off of the far post. If they were using that angle for Tanguay's back door powerplay goal against the Ducks, the puck would have been in before the camera could pan over. That's what I've found when seeing this angle on TSN.

As said before, the angle is good for replays, but I wouldn't like the play to be broadcast with it. I can't stand it when I can't see all of the players in the zone in one shot. You can't see what they're setting up, and all of the off-puck positioning battles are lost.
This is exactly why i hate this angle too.... you can't see the whole ice and what is going on in other spots...

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10-31-2008, 02:47 PM
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I'll settle for RDS showing us a face-off once in awhile.


DoN't you like to have all those stats!!!

Last night was awfull, missing the opening faceoff between the Koivu's was bad, but missing it cause they had to show us Dave Morriset's predictions for mise au jeu. What's th point to show that anyway, you can't participe in mise au jeu passed 7h00...

Good job RDS (do I need to put a for that last sentence)

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