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This was very informative. I've always wondered how the computer-generated yellow line was made to look like it was beneath the players, officials and the ball.

Unlike the ridiculous Fox-Track Glow Puck (or whatever they called that gizmo), the yellow first-down line is not intrusive and it truly helpful. To real hockey fans, the Glow Puck ruined the game. Merely recalling it makes my blood boil! Many Canadians would not watch Fox hockey broadcasts with that stupid gimmick marring the game. It was absolutely despised here.