I have no idea how they're adjusting behind the scenes, but a few times during yesterday's broadcasts and those women sure looked like coaches, laser-focused on the action unfolding on the field. Some of them, I believe, are actually head coaches in women's leagues, so it makes sense.
Itd be nice to get more of these coaches involved in some way. You think of someone like Amanda Ruller who's now going down as an assistant coach for the Seahawks and will coach with one of the best in the business and world class trainers, etc.. can only be a positive to develop some of these amateur leagues in the long run. Ultimately these grass roots leagues are contributing to the success in Saskatchewan and Winnipeg... helps to raise interest.
Sort of like teams taking in junior players but for coaches.