Have a Good Weekend, HNIC Open Thread Tomorrow, But Let’s Go Out With College Hockey Open Thread

East Regional: RIT vs. Denver, 3PM ET, ESPNU
Play by Play:
John Buccigross
Color: Barry Melrose

West Regional: St. Cloud State vs. Northern Michigan, 5:30PM, ESPN360.com/ESPN Regional TV
Play by Play: Clay Matvick
Color:
Jim Paradise

East Regional: Cornell vs. New Hampshire, 6:30PM, ESPNU
Play by Play:
John Buccigross
Color: Barry Melrose

West Regional: Wisconsin vs. Vermont, 9PM ET, ESPNU
Play by Play:
Clay Matvick
Color: Jim Paradise

NBC Only Manages 734,000 Viewers For Rangers/Bruins

According to John Ourand on Twitter.  The game barely drew a larger audience than Tuesday’s game on VERSUS, Detroit/Pittsburgh with 622,000 viewers.  Rangers/Bruins is close to an all-time low for the network’s hockey telecasts.

NHL Net Featured Schedule For Next Week

Monday, Mar. 29
12:00
NHL Live
4:00 NHL Power Play
7:00 Frozen in Time: 2009 Playoffs
8:00 NHL On the Fly

Tuesday, Mar. 30
12:00 NHL Live
4:00 NHL Power Play
7:00 Frozen in Time: 2008-09 Year in Review
8:00 NHL On the Fly

Wednesday, Mar. 31
12:00 NHL Live
4:00 NHL Power Play
8:00 NHL On the Fly

Thursday, Apr. 1
12:00 NHL Live
4:00 NHL Power Play
8:00 NHL On the Fly
10:30 LIVE: Vancouver vs. Los Angeles
1:00 NHL On the Fly

Friday, Apr. 2
12:00 NHL Live
4:00 NHL Power Play
7:00 LIVE: Chicago vs. New Jersey
9:30 NHL On the Fly

Saturday, Apr. 3
6:30 HNIC Pre-Game
7:00 LIVE: Buffalo vs. Montreal
9:30 HNIC Post-Game
10:00 NHL On the Fly

Sunday, Apr. 4
8:00 NHL On the Fly

Don Cherry the Movie is Apparently Pretty Good

From William Houston:

The Don Cherry biopic, titled Keep Your Head Up, Kid, is a whopping four hour, two part production that will air Sunday and Monday on the CBC (8 p.m. local times).

Is this marathon epic worth sitting through?

The answer is: Absolutely.

The story is not deep, but it moves along quickly. It is never dull, the performances are fine and it has a great look. The sets authentically evoke eras that begin in the 1940s and conclude in the early 1980s. The action sequences are well done.

Good to hear.  If anyone can find a way for me to watch this, or wants to post their own review, let me know.