Wait is over,NBC Sports Celebrated Hockey Day In America.
Posted: Feb 23, 2019
NBC Sports celebrated hockey Day on February 17 with an NHL tripleheader broadcasted on NBC and NBCSN. Along with that, the network showcased a collection of stories to tell the impact of hockey in the US sports culture.The coverage of Hockey Day in America was done at 6 PM (ET) on NBCSN, and throughout the coverage, NBC Sports has shed light on numerous stories related to the impact that hockey has had in the United States. Here are the stories that were mentioned during the coverage of Hockey Day in America
Minnesota’s Blind Hockey Team
Minnesota Wild and Minnesota Hockey have joined hands to launch the Minnesota Wild Blind Hockey program, which is a program dedicated for visually impaired people. NBC Sports applauds Minnesota Hockey and Minnesota Wild for this great gesture towards differently abled people.
David Quinn & Mike Sullivan
These two gentlemen are the head coaches for Rangers and Penguins respectively. Both became friends when they were teammates at Boston University. Both guys can found their roots originating from New England, which is one of the factors for their deep friendship.
Hockey has a huge role to play when it comes to changing the sporting culture in the USA. Therefore, it is not surprising to see a big sports network like NBC Sports paying tribute to the hockey legends and people who helped in the growth of this incredible sport throughout the country.
Team USA’s Shelley Looney
Shelley Looney scripted her name in the golden letters of American women’s hockey when she won the game for her team by scoring the game-winning goal in the 1998 Nagano Olympics. Looney battled all the odds to achieve that ultimate goal of winning her country a gold medal at the Olympics.
Charlie & Will Capalbo
Charlie a former Fairfield co-op high school goaltender is fighting a tough battle against non-Hodgkin lymphoblastic lymphoma for past 2 years. When this problem was on the way of getting fixed, he was diagnosed with a rare form of leukemia. NBC Sports paid tribute to Charlie and his family for their contribution in hockey.
Detroit Ice Creams
This company has launched by Jason McCrimmon, a former semi-pro player and his friend who is a native of Detroit to grow the popularity of hockey in Hockeytown. NBC salutes its valiant efforts to uplift the standard of sports in the region.
Bill Parsley & The ‘Over 60’ Hockey Club
A group of retirees has opened a club that is led by Bill Parsley, the senior-most member of the group to promote hockey. Despite having physical limitations, these golden-agers are doing every bit for their favorite sport named ‘Hockey’
The Hughes Brothers
There hasn’t been a time when three persons of the same family have cleared the first round of NHL draft, but this could happen in the next few years with Hughes Brothers appearing from the draft.
NBC Sports celebrated Hockey Day in America on February 17 in which they showcased stories from different parts of the country in which they showed how former hockey players and budding hockey players helped in growing the popularity of the sport in the country.NBC Sports Activate NBC Activate NBC Com Activate
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