Puck Podcast – June 12, 2010

On this week’s show we’ll talk about the awarding of Lord Stanley’s Cup including Jeremy Roenick crying and a Blackhawk rapping. We'll tell you about two head coaching vacancies being filled as well as a long time defenseman hanging up the skates. We’ll also read your e-mails and posts 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.


  1. To clear up the Conne Smythe Trophy voting I can tell you that a group of 13 writers or so vote on the winner with 10 minutes to go in the 3rd period of a potential cup clinching game. If PHI would have won, they would scrap the vote and do it over again the next game. Eric Duhatschek is one of the members and talked about the voting process on the Globe and Mail Podcast.

  2. So now that Game Six of this year’s final is the most watched NHL event in something like 30 years, can the media (and many fans) STOP treating June of 1994 as the last time hockey and the NHL mattered in the United States? It seems that I have been listening to pundits and fans scream that hockey stopped mattering after the Rangers won the Cup in ’94, but I think the numbers we have seen regarding TV audiences for this year’s Final can finally put that untrue belief to rest, yes?

  3. Guys, guys, guys. That was not an original “Versteeg” rap. That was the song “Yes” from the band LMFAO and the lyrics were cleaned up for the family event, thus why they did not rhyme.

    Woo hoo for us.

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