|NHL Betting – A Look At Funny Moments In “Hockey Night In Canada” History|
|Wednesday, 15 August 2012 00:23|
BetOnline players that follow hockey are surely familiar with “Hockey Night In Canada”, especially if they live in Canada as “Hockey Night In Canada” is practically a national institution. The show started on the radio in 1931 and has graced CBC’s airwaves since 1952, and even though the iconic theme song is no longer their property, millions still have their televisions tuned to CBC every Saturday night (some say the broadcast is keeping the network afloat). Here are a few humorous moments that have went down on “Hockey Night in Canada”.
This isn’t funny if you’re an Edmonton fan or Smith, who scored a crucial own goal on his 23rd birthday in a Game 7 against rival Calgary in 1986. Looking back, the humor is in the look of disbelief on Smith’s face as he banked the puck in off goaltender Grant Fuhr like he meant it.
Most online betting players will remember Roy’s exit out of Montreal in 1995 as he walked right past coach Mario Tremblay, who left the great goalie in for nine goals in an 11-1 loss, and he stated to general manager Ronald Corey that he was done with the Canadiens; he would go on to Colorado four days later and win two more Stanley Cups there.
There isn’t even a specific event for Cherry as his “Coaches Corner” segment may be the highlight of the show. Cherry pulls no punches about anything and everything and waiting to see what he says is half the fun, even if it doesn’t affect your sports betting online (check out NHL odds here) picks.
|Last Updated on Wednesday, 15 August 2012 23:39|