NHL Super Skills Competition 2009

January 26, 2009

Part 1 of 13 of the NHL’s 2009 Skills Competition. Features the Fastest Skater, Hardest Shot, Shooting Accuracy, Elimination Shootout and Shootout Competition. Click on the following links for parts 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 and finally 13.

Behind the Scenes – Canucks Locker Room and Lounge

January 6, 2009

Brian Hamilton, equipment assistant, takes you on a special behind the scenes tour of the Vancouver Canucks’ locker room, player’s lounge, and equipment room.

Patrick Kane Winter Classic Skate and Stick Design

January 4, 2009

Patrick Kane of the Chicago Blackhawks will be wearing personally designed Nike Bauer Hockey gear during this years Winter Classic in Chicago against the Detroit Red Wings. In this video Kane talks about the process and why it is he enjoys the process of designing the equipment.

NHL Winter Classic 2009: Rink Construction

December 31, 2008

Time Lapsed footage of the rink construction for the Detroit vs. Chicago ‘Winter Cliassic’ game at Wrigley Field.

Todd Mcfarlane Scans NHL Players for Figure Designs

February 15, 2008

NHL Network featured a brief segment on Todd McFarlane and the process that is taken to create the detail in the faces of McFarlane’s NHL figures.

Nike Bauer vs. Easton Stealth

January 9, 2008

A slo-motion comparison of a puck impacting on the ONE95 Nike Bauer skate versus the Easton Stealth 15.

Making the Stanley Cup Rings for the Anaheim Ducks

December 13, 2007

A behind the scenes look at the process of making the Anaheim Duck’s Stanley Cup Champion Rings.

Sport Science – The Check Republic

December 7, 2007

Thermablade: A Game Changer

October 19, 2007

Thermablades are new hockey skate blades designed to electronically heat the ice and increase the water layer between the blade and ice, thereby reducing friction and improving performance.

New Hockey Uniforms Save Energy

October 11, 2007

New NHL hockey uniforms debuting this week are loaded with technology designed to keep players speedy and light. James Williams, who apparently didn’t want to do a second take of his intro, checks it out.