Friday, November 30, 2012

NetCast: The Future of Professional Ice Hockey: A Panel Discussion with Pierre McQuire and Blaire Mackasey - Dec 6

Please join us on Thursday, December 6, 2012 at 7pm for a web broadcast of the Princeton Program in Canadian Studies' Panel discussion on the Future of Professional Ice Hockey, featuring  Pierre McQuire and Blaire Mackasey.

This event, which is broadcast from campus, can be viewed by by attending our first ever Princeton Netcast Party or by accessing a net broadcast from the comfort of your home or office.

Live Streaming at Home or Office

To view the presentation, visit: For Internet Explorer users, click on “alternate link” to launch the player. We encourage you to test the live stream before the actual event by visiting the site There is video continuously running on this web page. We will preempt the streaming video with a live feed of the hockey panel about 30 minutes before the presentation begins. If you don’t see video playing, you may need to download Adobe Flash player.

Viewing Party

The free Netcast Party will take place at 6:30pm (panel starts at 7:00pm) at the Offices of Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP, 333 Bay Street, 24th Floor, Bay Adelaide Centre, Toronto. Food and beverages will be served.

Please RSVP to if you would like to attend.

The featured panelists include:

Pierre McQuire
Analyst for the National Hockey League

A former hockey player, coach, and scout, Mr. McQuire serves as analyst for the National Hockey League broadcasts on the NBC Sports Network, and is a frequent sportswriter and radio commentator in America and Canada.

Blaire Mackasey
Director of Player Personnel for the Minnesota Wild

A former professional hockey defenceman, Mr. Mackasey also played minor-league baseball and served as Head Scout for several hockeyteams before joining the Minnesota Wild as their Director of Player Personnel in 2006.

See Poster at for more details.

Princeton Alumni Association of Canada, Toronto Chapter

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