Puck Podcast – December 20th, 2008…plus Exclusive Content

In this weeks episode we talk with Sharks beat writer David Pollack about San Jose’s record-setting start to the season and what their plans are for Claude Lemieux. We also talk about Mats Sundin joining the Canucks, the Blue Jackets and Lightning getting screwed out of points by the referees, the Stars sending Sean Avery packing, Marian Gaborik’s return to the ice with the Wild and a whole lot more.

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BONUS CONTENT – EXCLUSIVELY ON PUCKPODCAST.COM

In this PuckPodcast.com exclusive Doug & Eddie discuss a tragic accident that left a hockey player in a coma as well as some comments by NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman regarding Sean Avery and Doug explains why the NHL needs to go invest in some better technology in order to avoid a potential riot.

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4 Comments

  1. It’s too bad the referee didn’t dance an Ashlee Simpson jig off the ice after the bad call and the malfunctioning microphone.

  2. Hilarious stuff on the bonus content guys. I’m sure glad I’m not a Bolts fan because my blood pressure is already high enough. And you misunderstood me Eddie, I wasn’t trying to be a smart ass about Don Sanderson’s injury. Anyways, great show as always guys and happy holidays

  3. First off thanks for the bonus content it means a lot.

    Malkin is out of his mind on fire right now. He is on pace for 100 assists. Only 3 players in the history of the NHL have had seasons with 100 assists. Gretzky, Orr, and Lemieux. A lot has to fall into place for Malkin to reach that goal but it is still quite a testament to his abilites to be on track for that almost half way through the season.

    Sometimes I think we forget just how good Gretzky was… it isn’t till something like this comes up and you are reminded that he broke 100 assists 11 times that you remember just how much he dominated the game.

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