Tuesday, January 23, 2007

Hockey night in Israel... part 3

If you haven't seen the first 2 installments of "Hockey night in Israel," be sure to check out the hockey pictures and the first three hockey videos... The following video clips were taken in Metulla, Israel on January 18, 2007.

I hope you enjoy these... let me know what you think, by leaving a comment below... and check back later in the week for the last three videos!

Part 4 of 9

Part 5 of 9

Part 6 of 9

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Anonymous said...

There is a lot of background noise in these videos. Did the Canadians build a sound system to pump in sound to make it seem as if they are playing before a larger audience? Pee-Wee hockey exhibition games in Manitoba probably gets more people in attendance than the Israeli national finals.


Shmuel said...

The noise you hear is authentic... I neither have the know-how or the time to incorporate sound in the video... As for attendance, I cannot tell you about the Israeli finals, but we had 3 - yes three - people watch our game.

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Anonymous said...

couldn't you just put it into one long clip?

Shmuel said...

Unfortunately, the videos were not taken as one long video... Maybe for the next game, we'll have someone on the ice taking video...

What do you think about that!