NHL.com will periodically be doing a series called "Five Questions With …," a Q&A with some of the key movers and shakers in the game today aimed at gaining some insight into their lives and careers.
Bruce Boudreau is poring through video of old games and taking down notes as he watches them as a way to keep himself busy and somewhat fresh during the ongoing lockout.
Anaheim's coach isn't looking for anything specific, but instead is taking note of things like slow line changes just to make sure that when his Ducks players return, he will have some important coaching points to go over.
Boudreau also is helping to coach his 14-year-old son Brady's teams at the travel and high school level in Anaheim.
Speaking of high school hockey, Boudreau and his coaching staff also recently held a seminar for coaches from the 14-team Ducks High School Hockey League, along with coaches from the Junior Ducks program, the Lady Ducks Orange County Hockey Club and Anaheim ICE.
They presented an hour-long video and held a question-and-answer session with the group of about 50 coaches, including ex-Ducks players Craig Johnson and Dave Karpa, both now coaches in the Ducks High School Hockey League.
The always opinionated and never shy Boudreau also gave NHL.com some time out of his day to participate in our own Q&A series to answer questions about living the Southern California lifestyle, being away from the East Coast, old friends, new friends and a familiar role.