Any better way to watch the tape with more angles and cameras?

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  1. Filthy Dangles

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    As someone who goes back and watches a lot of film and tape from past games, I was wondering if there's any way to watch games with and from more cameras/angles than the standard video camera in the Home/Away Broadcasts for each game that basically tracks the puck.

    So it can be hard to see what players without the puck are doing at times. I got to thinking what are teams and video guys who prescout other teams watching when they do their scouting so they can get a better view of what is going on.

    NFL has a service called Game Pass that lets you watch every game with all 22 camera angles for each play. Was wondering if there might be something similar for NHL?
     

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