Puck Podcast – May 14th, 2012

In this episode we recap recap the conclusion of the second round of the playoffs, talk about the sale of a couple of NHL team and give you news on some signings and injuries as well. Plus read your e-mails and check in with out fan correspondents.

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Doug Stolhand is one of the co-founders and co-hosts of the Puck Podcast and has been a member of the NHL media since the show's inception in 2006.


  1. Love the podcast, but the audio is only coming out of the right or left speakers depending on who is speaking. Not sure if you guys want to re-encode the audio as mono, that way your voices come out of both speakers. Cheers though in you guys finally having your home studio and best of luck in the future!

  2. The audio on this is so frustrating. Listening to the puck podcast on Mondays is what gets me through the work day. And I only have one speaker at work, so I can’t hear half the podcast. Someone please fix this!

  3. Sorry for all the problems guys. We got so excited about our new toys we didn’t test drive things like we needed to. We have already figuared out some of our mistakes and things should go much better from here on out. Thanks for your patience.

  4. Yes, recording a podcast in stereo is generally considered a bad move. You might want to raise the volume also.

  5. Pretty much the same problems as others. The volume is very low and I had to increase the volume on my iPod so much that the entire podcast was badly distorted. It also sounds as though you guys are doing the podcast under water as there is some kind of reverberation sounding like bubbles.

  6. What Clark said.

    However, I am very pleased that you guys were able to bite the bullet and purchase your own recording equipment. It is a huge amount of work that goes into the show and it sucks that you had to do it in the middle of the night.

    Really appreciate all your effort.

  7. I’m from Michigan and am a huge Wings’ fan. Expectation are not, a lot of Wings’ fans can whine too much. Yeah, I’m real disappointed they didn’t get farther, and there are a couple guys that I’m real disappointed with in particular, but oh well. The Red Wings are the most successful pro sports team and to get knocked out in the first round was going to happen eventually.

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