Coach's Corner: No Canadian content?

Don Cherry gave some perspective on the Canadian content in the Stanley Cup playoffs, and talked about the 'old-time hockey' being played in the Sharks-Kings series.

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There may only be one Canadian-based franchise in the 2014 Stanley Cup playoffs, but according to Don Cherry, there is still plenty of Canadian content.

The candid Coach’s Corner commentator also used his Hockey Night in Canada segment on Friday night to highlight the "take no prisoners" style of hockey being played in the Sharks-Kings series, where there were 122 recorded hits in Game 1.

Cherry also talked about the return to form for former Conn Smythe Trophy winner Brad Richards, who starred for his Rangers in their Game 1 win over the Flyers.


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