Puck Podcast – August 23rd, 2008

In this week’s episode we preview the Northwest Division with an in-depth look at the moves all five teams made this summer and how we think they will do this season. We also talk with Minneapolis Star Tribune writer Michael Russo about the Wild’s offseason and the future of Marian Gaborik. We’ll also discuss the latest twist in the Todd Bertuzzi/Steve Moore story, a rumor about Mats Sundin’s future, a suprising decision by a Blue Jackets prospect, the latest news on where Alexander Radulov will play as well as Chris Chelios’ day with the Cup and a whole lot more.

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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.

8 Comments

  1. Hey Doug!

    A little FYI! I believe the Lakers has just signed the starting Chinese point guard for next season.

    Terry

  2. Well I’ll be – you are 100% correct, Terry. The Lakers have indeed signed a point guard, Sun Yue, that is Chinese. And the Blackhawks have signed a Nigerian player! Looks like you can’t take anything for granted anymore!

  3. So true! You cant take anything for granted anymore! Cant wait to hear about the Nigerian player for the Blackhawks on the next podcast! keep up the good work!

  4. Well lets see there are players from Great Britian South Africa Korea Japan Nigeria The Bahamas Solvina and the normal hockey powers. Slowly we are becomming a world game.

  5. Obviously the cost of the sport is a big factor. When my hockey association built a bare bones single rink arena, it cost 4 million, throwing together a bare bones field for almost any other sport is in the hundreds, maybe thousands.

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