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Maine's Devin Shore dons Google Glass on ice

An interesting first-person view of a hockey shift (or) the future.

Ever wonder what a shift looks like through the eyes of a college hockey player? Look no further than Maine's Devin Shore.

The above video was uploaded by David Grant and shot with Google Glass. In it, Shore stickhandles, skates and shows off during 35 seconds of a Maine practice (PRACTICE! *imagine that in an Allen Iverson voice*). He gives the speed and split second needed on the ice when we aren't talking about practice and are instead talking about games.

Shore, a 2012 second round pick by the Dallas Stars, leads Maine in scoring with 40 points (13 G - 27 A) in 32 games. Along with the rest of the Black Bears, he hosts Merrimack in the first round of the Hockey East Tournament this weekend.

David Grant is doing a series of videos for the University of Maine, attempting to highlight everyday experiences for students at the school. Other similar videos can be found here.