With a busy hockey schedule, staying on top of the television schedule is low on the priority list and often means missing a much of the must-see-tv. Thanks to modern technology, hockey players (and everyone else on a hectic schedule) can record their favourites and watch it when time permits.
“Last TV show I PVR’d was America’s Most Wanted. I enjoy watching that but me and my wife are getting into Dancing with the Stars. We’re cheering for Chuck Liddell.”
Hordichuk grew up admiring police officers and as an adult got to fulfill some of those childhood daydreams.
“Anything to do with policework I enjoy. It’s the not knowing what’s going to happen out there and the adrenaline rush and being part of the action or even when you just watch it.”
“I’ve been fortunate to have the chance to go out on the street and see what it’s like in the day in the life of a cop.”
On the completely different end of the spectrum, Hordichuk and his wife, Lisa, are following the Dancing with the Stars series, where they’re following the progress of friend, Chuck Liddell.
“He’s doing alright, I think he could use as many votes as people are willing to give him but there are some good competitors there. It’s always fun to see people go from the beginning of the show to the end and see how much they’ve improved.”
“I think he can make top 5, he’s such an entertainer - not so much a dancer, he’s more of an entertainer, which I think fans will appreciate.”
Liddell hasn’t landed in the bottom yet and with the endorsement from Hordichuk, hopefully he won’t be leaving the show for a while.