Puck Podcast – January 19th, 2008

In this week’s episode we’ll talk about the injury to Sidney Crosby and the impact it will have on the Penguins and the NHL. We’ll discuss Rick Nash’s amazing goal, an NHL pioneer celebrating a historic anniversary, an update on Peter Forsberg and Teemu Selanne’s potential returns as well as talk to Leafs correspondent Adam Luker about Toronto’s problems and we’ll tell you which NHL player has doodoo all over his face. All that and a whole lot more in this episode of the Puck Podcast.

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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. I don’t think it’s humanely possible not to get excited listening to Rick Jeanrette call a game for his beloved Buffalo Sabres. Suffice it to say that the guy nearly had a heart attack recently calling the Sabres game in which Buffalo scored 10 times! Do yourself a favor, go to this site and scroll down the left side and listen to “Sabres vs. Thrashers highlights”…http://www.wgr550.com/

  2. Mark, I very nearly included a Rick Jeanrette call during our last show just to hear him…but decided at the last minute not to. I regret that decision.

  3. Doug: Your latest Hockey Buzz post recapping the Wings – Ducks game was interesting. You’re right, the Ducks are unquestionably the best team in the league at being complete thugs while disguising it a bit with skilled play from time to time. Further, you’re right, if you have decent defense and a good goalie, you can be goons all night and live another day. Trouble comes when your PK isn’t working and skilled teams slice and dice you, as you saw the other night. If you open the door at all on the Wings, they will bury you, as Fillipula did for the second goal followed by the Wings closing the game down. Those mistakes happen every night, and in the playoffs so were I a Ducks fan, I’d suggest getting better at playing the game and less on being the thugs they are. I can’t imagine being proud of the fact that you’re the most penalized team in the league? That just doesn’t compute? Oh, one more thing, we had Schneider as you know and when he was here, he fell all over himself to state how isn’t wasn’t about money when playing for Detroit, guess he forgot saying that 37 times in a row. Hope for the Ducks sake, he doesn’t snap another bone, as he’s famous for.

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