Getting Hockey Referees Ready for the Big Leagues

Getting Hockey Referees Ready for the Big Leagues

The N.H.L.’s method for keeping the league supplied with officials was never systematic. So it started to treat potential referees like potential draft picks.

Категория: Sports. Источник: www.nytimes.com.

 

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