Hello again, after not being at Xcel for almost two weeks I was finally able to get back there. This time the Wild's old Northwest Division rivals were in town, the Vancouver Canucks. This was another one of those teams that I wanted to shoot just because of two players on the team, Henrik and Daniel Sedin. Both of them are twins and were drafted the same year, one after the other at #2 and #3 in the NHL Entry Draft back in 1999. The two are dynamic players on the ice and often score highlight goals because of how much chemistry they each have with each other. Unfortunately, that wasn't the case for this game as the Wild controlled possession for most of the game so it was another one of those games for me. The nice thing is that they scored a bulk of their goals in the 2nd period and I was in the end they were attacking. This game I set up my remote camera again, only this time I set it over the Canucks bench. I used the same set up I used for the Colorado game except I used my 24-105mm lens instead of a 70-200.
That's all from me, I won't be shooting again until the 26th of December so I hope you all have a Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays.
Canon 1D Mark IV
Canon 1D Mark II
Pocket Wizard Plus III x2