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Fatigue Science mention on CBC’s Hockey Night in Canada

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During the first intermission of Monday’s playoff hockey game between the Pittsburg Penguins and New York Rangers, the subject of CBC’s Hockey Night in Canada turned to playoff fatigue. Rangers coach Alain Vigneault was questioned on the subject of fatigue following Sunday’s game loss to Pittsburg to which he called attention to his goalie: “He was on top of his game, he wasn’t tired.” Vigneault stated, “If he’s not tired, nobody else should be.”

Addressing the topic, CBC Sports host Ron MacLean calls attention to Fatigue Science and our work with a couple of pro sport teams.

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