NHL.com just posted a brief interview with the show's producer, Dave Harmon, who said that narration and music for tonight's show still needs to be added.
Some other highlights:
NHL.com: Does anybody from the Rangers and Flyers, or the NHL, get a special look at the show before it airs?
Harmon: A couple of League and team people look at the show in the hours before it airs. Primarily as a "second set" of eyes to make sure HBO hasn't inadvertently revealed any competitive secrets from the teams.
NHL.com: How many hours or even minutes do you spare between the time the show is 100-percent done and the time it goes to air?
Harmon: The show is completed approximately an hour before air time. But each week is different, depending on the footage and storylines which have developed. Sometimes we have a little more time than that, sometimes less.
Jeez, 24/7 needs a 24/7 (or, more likely, one of those HBO behind-the-scenes things). I'm completely fascinated with how quickly they can turn around a top-notch, hour-long documentary in such short order. Hell, it takes me two fucking hours to cut a two-minute-long Mighy Ducks mashup to perfection.
I'd also love to be a fly on the wall when people from the Flyers and Rangers get to screen the show. I can just see it now, Paul Holmgren hurling obscenities into his Blackberry: I said it was an upper-body injury, you fucks! Not a concussion– upper-body! And how'd you find out about our lucky coins?! My secrets! My sercrets!!!
Read the full interview here.