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I found this article interesting

http://www.nj.com/devils/index.ssf/2010/11/nhls_war_room_a_dreamland_for.html

TORONTO Imagine a hockey fans dream job.

Getting to watch every NHL game on high-definition TV monitors. Boxes of pizza and individual salads on a nearby table. The dress code? Crocs, jeans and a T-shirt are perfectly acceptable. And you get to stay up late.

If it sounds too good to be true, it isn’t. This is the NHL’s so-called War Room, where every goal that is scored in every game is reviewed by a staff of league watchdogs usually numbering about 10 when there is a heavy schedule...

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I found this article interesting

http://www.nj.com/devils/index.ssf/2010/11/nhls_war_room_a_dreamland_for.html

TORONTO ? Imagine a hockey fan?s dream job.

Getting to watch every NHL game on high-definition TV monitors. Boxes of pizza and individual salads on a nearby table. The dress code? Crocs, jeans and a T-shirt are perfectly acceptable. And you get to stay up late.

If it sounds too good to be true, it isn?t. This is the NHL?s so-called War Room, where every goal that is scored in every game is reviewed by a staff of league watchdogs usually numbering about 10 when there is a heavy schedule...

Only one problem.... no beer allowed.

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I found this article interesting

http://www.nj.com/devils/index.ssf/2010/11/nhls_war_room_a_dreamland_for.html

TORONTO ? Imagine a hockey fan?s dream job.

Getting to watch every NHL game on high-definition TV monitors. Boxes of pizza and individual salads on a nearby table. The dress code? Crocs, jeans and a T-shirt are perfectly acceptable. And you get to stay up late.

If it sounds too good to be true, it isn?t. This is the NHL?s so-called War Room, where every goal that is scored in every game is reviewed by a staff of league watchdogs usually numbering about 10 when there is a heavy schedule...

Only one problem.... no beer allowed.

The last thing that the NHL wants is a drunk guy reviewing a possible goal.

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