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Oral History

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Nom de l'objet : Oral History
Catégorie de l'objet : Documentary artifact
Matériaux : Digital video file
Numéro d'accession : 2019.12.15
Date de début de production : 2019-05-05
Date de fin de production : 2019-05-05
Description : 23 minutes and 58 seconds of colour digital video footage with audio. Recording is of Bruce Rainnie interviewing Hall of Famer Malcolm Davis for the Legends of the Hall television program on Eastlink TV. .mp4 file, 1.79 gb.
Commentaires : 037050519Legends of the Hall: Malcolm Davis00:00 - Introductions. They talk about Mac being from Lockport and how his dad was always playing sports and how his house was like a playground for the kids in his neighbourhood. Mac talks about a story when water had frozen on the kitchen floor and how he was skating on it.02:25 - Mac talks about when they moved from Lockport. Talks about how they always had a home rink. Talks about his dad always being big on passing in hockey. Mac talks about his first Hockey Hero being Gordy Howe.  Talks about the times he met Gordy Howe in his life, and how he was an amazing person.05:55 - Bruce asks about when he watched the 1972 Summit series, he was amazed by a play from a specific player. Mac talks about it being about the skating and finding things about it very exciting. He says he thought that would be a good person to pattern his career after. He talks about picking the same # as that player.07:10 - Bruce asks if there was a time in his minor career where he realized he was better than most at hockey. Mac says in midget he started to take off. He talks about a coach telling him to keep doing what he was doing, and he could go somewhere.08:30 - Break - On Screen - Malcolm Davis has the highest career shooting percentage for any NHLer who played at least 10 games. For his career, he scored a remarkable 25% of his shots on net.09:10 - Bruce mentions his three seasons with St. Marys University. Mac talks about his dad giving him advice to go in the direction of university instead of Jr.A. They talk about Macs knee injury. Mac talks about that injury making him a stronger person and player.11:50 - Bruce asks what his route was to the NHL. Mac talks about having an offer from the Toronto Maple Leafs. He went to Detroits training camp as a walk on, made it to their pro-camp after.12:40 - Bruce mentions his scoring records. Mac says he wanted to get three shots every period that he played in a hockey game; he would count shots when hed miss the net too. He says that kept him from going into big slumps because he mentions not having more than three games without scoring.13:45 - Bruce asks about his time in the AAL, mentioning he had 55 goals in 71 games, and he had AAL MVP. Mac talks about that being a great season. Mac talks about crediting his teammates.15:10 - Mac talks about having a lot of things against the NHL. He mentions playing 100 games, but not being drafted and coming from a Canadian College. He talks about needing to have someone on his side.16:10 - Bruce asks who the best player he ever played with and against were. Mac says the best player he played with was Gilbert Perreault and Mario Lemieux was the best he played against, he played against him in Macs last game in the NHL. 17:30 - Break - On Screen - Mac was recently honoured by his former team in Finland with the induction into the TPS Turku Hall of Fame. 18:05 - Mac talks about the honour to be in the TPS Turku Hall of Fame.19:50 - End - Bruce brings up the lawsuit Mac was a part of with the NHL pertaining to concussions. Mac talks about having concussions and saying he is okay but still having some symptoms but manages them. Mac says the lawsuit is going to make the NHL safer and that it is going to get settled. Mac talks about the number one reason he got involved with the lawsuit. Closing remarks.  
Fonctions : Broadcast on Eastlink TV Mau 5th 2019
Établissement : Nova Scotia Sport Hall of Fame  Facebook-Nova Scotia Sport Hall of Fame  Twitter-Nova Scotia Sport Hall of Fame  YouTube-Nova Scotia Sport Hall of Fame
Ville de l'établissement : Halifax
Province de l'établissement : Nova Scotia

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