Puck Podcast – April 23, 2011

In the first period we’ll recap the entire week of playoff action that includes multiple overtime games, thrilling comebacks and one team advancing to the second round.
In the second period we’ll talk about more controversial hits and the bizarre decisions handed down by the NHL to suspend some players and not other. In the third period give away another great t-shirt from Glassbangers.com and read your e-mails.


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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.

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  1. Just wanted to comment on the local coverage comments. I live in South Alabama, which is less that hockey crazy. My local cable companies don’t even offer NHL Center Ice. To see all my Sabres’ games, I subscribe to Gamecenter Live on my computer. Nothing frustrated me more than when I found out I was blacked out from the Nashville/ Buffalo game this past season because Nashville, TN is somehow part of my local coverage area. I live in freaking Alabama! No NHL game should be part of my local anything lol. Love the show guys!

  2. About Sharks/Kings Game 3: IMO the Kings felt like they could turn the series into a run-and-gun against my sharks which is absolutely crazy looking at their players. Not to pour it on tho because it was a historic game and the kings bounced back in SJ and won game 5. Props to Doug b/c in the past I felt like he has torched my team every year and to finally give some credit to a 2011 sharks squad that wouldnt quit on a 4-0 deficit goes to show that despite the fact that these two guys love their own CA teams, they still try to remain objective for the fans. This has been, BY FAR, my favorite playoffs post-lockout, even if the kings find a way to win the series. I am feeling a Washington-Detroit Stanley Cup which I hope doesnt happen.

  3. Just wanted to comment on the local coverage comments. I live in South Alabama, which is less that hockey crazy. My local cable companies don

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