Puck Podcast – February 18, 2012

In the first period of this week's Puck Podcast we’ll talk about an NHL superstar who is possible on the move plus we recap “what we saw” on the ice this past week. In the second period we’ll update you on the latest suspensions, injury news and trades from around the league. In the third period we’ve got news on which city could be home to an NHL franchise soon plus we’ll go around the boards with our 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. Here are the games for Week 20 of the Puck Podcast Picks. Be sure to get your picks in before the first game which is at 12:30pm Eastern/9:30am Pacific on Sunday.

    • Sunday, February 19th – Blues at Blackhawks
    • Sunday, February 19th – Ducks at Panthers
    • Monday, February 20th – Capitals at Hurricanes
    • Tuesday, February 21st – Islanders at Sabres
    • Tuesday, February 21st – Kings at Coyotes

  2. • Sunday, February 19th – Blues
    • Sunday, February 19th – Panthers
    • Monday, February 20th – Capitals
    • Tuesday, February 21st – Sabres
    • Tuesday, February 21st – Coyotes

  3. Re: Seattle Arena Possibility story. The Metropolitans WERE the Seattle franchise. The Millionaires were the Vancouver franchise in the early 1900’s.

  4. The Coyotes have been to the playoffs at least twice in the recent past coz the Wings swept em in the 1st round last yr and beat em in 7 at the same stage a yr or 2 before that, and if Alice Cooper bobblehead night ain’t enough to get the crowds in then I don’t know what is, I sure as hell would drive half an hour for that 😛

  5. I have a comment regarding the Red Wings’ winning streak being less important than those of the 1929 Bruins and 1976 Flyers because some wins were via the shootout. I actually feel the streak was more significant than the earlier streaks because of the parity in the league today. Back in 1929 there was far from equal talent divided among the teams and the Bruins only lost 5 games all year. In 1976 only 8 teams had winning records and, surprisingly, the worst team in the NHL was the Red Wings who won only 16 games. In today’s NHL, as we see every night, any team can beat any other. Just look at the weekly predictions in the Podcast Picks for evidence that no team is dominant. This streak is unbelievable and will not be broken in our lifetime.

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