I am in Halifax, Nova Scotia for a couple of days and we are currently being pelted by a freezing rain storm which is causing everything to turn to ice. Although my sneakers did amazing, my jacket is none the less now frozen. She’s a bit icey/wet out there!
This year has certainly been an exciting year for me in terms of utilizing remote cameras. At the CHL’s Memorial Cup, I utilized 2 remote cameras that were mounted on the catwalk for each game. One (top left) was mounted directly above the goaltender which gave an amazing shot overlooking the goalie & his crease.
Canadian Progressive Conservative leader Andrew Scheer made a visit to the Maritimes today during the Federal Election. The dual USA-Canada citizen visited Kings Landing in New Brunswick along with Halifax, Nova Scotia. I captured the Nova Scotia side of the tour when Andrew visited Halifax’s May Garden Chinese Restaurant.
Not too often I get to have an image on the cover of a major publication let alone the third largest news publication in Canada. But today, I certainly did. On the cover of today’s Journal de Montreal is the Rouyn-Noranda Huskies celebrating winning the Memorial Cup!
The Halifax Moosehead’s are host of this year’s Memorial Cup. They came up short at the QMJHL’s Presidents Cup Final however they get an automatic by to try and win the CHL’s top trophy. The other contenders are: Prince Albert Raiders (WHL), Guelph Storm (OHL), Halifax Moosehead (QMJHL Host) and Rouyn-Noranda Huskies (QMJHL)
The 2019 President’s Cup had the Rouyn-Noranda Huskies vs the Halifax Mooseheads. After narrowly beating the Rempart, the Moosehead’s really picked up their game and was one of the NHL scouts put it, they have been playing their best hockey all season since almost losing to the much lower placed Rempart. When the QMJHL playoffs