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by:CBFI     2020-02-27
Scott Ridehalgh is no stranger to repetition.
\"Over and over again,\" he said.
\"I drive 8 hours a day and it always turns out to be in the same place. \" The 48-year-
The old man jumped on his sanboni with a smile, eager to return to the rink.
Less than a month before the start of the season;
Make it perfect in less than a month.
Ridehalgh is responsible for the construction and maintenance of ice at the first Ontario Center in downtown Hamilton Bulldogs.
He has been in the league for almost thirty years and is still alive longer than most players in the league.
Native North
In 1985, ender began working at the arena and then at the Copps Stadium.
Just before it opens.
Before the \"dogs\" came into town, he was chilled for the steel Eagles, the Duke and Canada for several years.
When the generals suppressed the Rangers twice, he was there.
Go to the 1990 Memorial Cup.
He also watched the Gretz infrastructure riemie in the 1987 Canadian cup final.
A goal he said still gives him goose bumps.
Ridehalgh says his job is different now than before.
For example, the logo is inlaid, not painted on it, and the player is on another level.
\"They are bigger, faster and stronger,\" he said . \".
\"The blades on their skates are made of the best quality steel and are sharpened every day.
\"It makes life harder for ice makers.
\"It\'s not an easy job.
Even consider a slight change in humidity.
For example, from the fans who walked in on rainy days
It will lead to the crystal of snow on the ice and the rebound of ice hockey.
\"The air is the enemy,\" he said bluntly . \"
\"You want the temperature to be low, but the humidity in the building must be very low.
\"A brand new ice mill will help the crew of Ridehalgh stay in the ideal state, and the crew will also include some city staff with HVAC.
Installed in summer, high
The Tech system occupies a full room on the ground floor of the arena, measuring everything from ice temperature to relative humidity to a certain degree.
Remote control is also possible.
\"I can sit on the beach in Mexico and do it,\" joked Bob McKee, chief engineer at the FOC.
Good ice is essential for Bulldog.
Not just on the day of the game.
Coach Sylvain Lefebvre said
The tendency to tablet makes more production practice.
This also helps to reduce the number of injuries.
\"If the snow is piling up too much, if it breaks down too easily, we have to flood between the two,\" he said . \".
\"Not ideal.
\"But people in Ontario have done a lot of work to make it better as they can.
\"Tpecoskie @ thespec. com 905-526-3368 |
@ TeriatTheSpecScott Ridehalgh is no stranger to repetition.
\"Over and over again,\" he said.
\"I drive 8 hours a day and it always turns out to be in the same place. \" The 48-year-
The old man jumped on his sanboni with a smile, eager to return to the rink.
Less than a month before the start of the season;
Make it perfect in less than a month.
Ridehalgh is responsible for the construction and maintenance of ice at the first Ontario Center in downtown Hamilton Bulldogs.
He has been in the league for almost thirty years and is still alive longer than most players in the league.
Native North
In 1985, ender began working at the arena and then at the Copps Stadium.
Just before it opens.
Before the \"dogs\" came into town, he was chilled for the steel Eagles, the Duke and Canada for several years.
When the generals suppressed the Rangers twice, he was there.
Go to the 1990 Memorial Cup.
He also watched the Gretz infrastructure riemie in the 1987 Canadian cup final.
A goal he said still gives him goose bumps.
Ridehalgh says his job is different now than before.
For example, the logo is inlaid, not painted on it, and the player is on another level.
\"They are bigger, faster and stronger,\" he said . \".
\"The blades on their skates are made of the best quality steel and are sharpened every day.
\"It makes life harder for ice makers.
\"It\'s not an easy job.
Even consider a slight change in humidity.
For example, from the fans who walked in on rainy days
It will lead to the crystal of snow on the ice and the rebound of ice hockey.
\"The air is the enemy,\" he said bluntly . \"
\"You want the temperature to be low, but the humidity in the building must be very low.
\"A brand new ice mill will help the crew of Ridehalgh stay in the ideal state, and the crew will also include some city staff with HVAC.
Installed in summer, high
The Tech system occupies a full room on the ground floor of the arena, measuring everything from ice temperature to relative humidity to a certain degree.
Remote control is also possible.
\"I can sit on the beach in Mexico and do it,\" joked Bob McKee, chief engineer at the FOC.
Good ice is essential for Bulldog.
Not just on the day of the game.
Coach Sylvain Lefebvre said
The tendency to tablet makes more production practice.
This also helps to reduce the number of injuries.
\"If the snow is piling up too much, if it breaks down too easily, we have to flood between the two,\" he said . \".
\"Not ideal.
\"But people in Ontario have done a lot of work to make it better as they can.
\"Tpecoskie @ thespec. com 905-526-3368 |
@ TeriatTheSpecScott Ridehalgh is no stranger to repetition.
\"Over and over again,\" he said.
\"I drive 8 hours a day and it always turns out to be in the same place. \" The 48-year-
The old man jumped on his sanboni with a smile, eager to return to the rink.
Less than a month before the start of the season;
Make it perfect in less than a month.
Ridehalgh is responsible for the construction and maintenance of ice at the first Ontario Center in downtown Hamilton Bulldogs.
He has been in the league for almost thirty years and is still alive longer than most players in the league.
Native North
In 1985, ender began working at the arena and then at the Copps Stadium.
Just before it opens.
Before the \"dogs\" came into town, he was chilled for the steel Eagles, the Duke and Canada for several years.
When the generals suppressed the Rangers twice, he was there.
Go to the 1990 Memorial Cup.
He also watched the Gretz infrastructure riemie in the 1987 Canadian cup final.
A goal he said still gives him goose bumps.
Ridehalgh says his job is different now than before.
For example, the logo is inlaid, not painted on it, and the player is on another level.
\"They are bigger, faster and stronger,\" he said . \".
\"The blades on their skates are made of the best quality steel and are sharpened every day.
\"It makes life harder for ice makers.
\"It\'s not an easy job.
Even consider a slight change in humidity.
For example, from the fans who walked in on rainy days
It will lead to the crystal of snow on the ice and the rebound of ice hockey.
\"The air is the enemy,\" he said bluntly . \"
\"You want the temperature to be low, but the humidity in the building must be very low.
\"A brand new ice mill will help the crew of Ridehalgh stay in the ideal state, and the crew will also include some city staff with HVAC.
Installed in summer, high
The Tech system occupies a full room on the ground floor of the arena, measuring everything from ice temperature to relative humidity to a certain degree.
Remote control is also possible.
\"I can sit on the beach in Mexico and do it,\" joked Bob McKee, chief engineer at the FOC.
Good ice is essential for Bulldog.
Not just on the day of the game.
Coach Sylvain Lefebvre said
The tendency to tablet makes more production practice.
This also helps to reduce the number of injuries.
\"If the snow is piling up too much, if it breaks down too easily, we have to flood between the two,\" he said . \".
\"Not ideal.
\"But people in Ontario have done a lot of work to make it better as they can.
\"Tpecoskie @ thespec. com 905-526-3368 |
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