Puck Podcast – May 28, 2011

In the first period we’ll recap the Eastern and Western Conference Finals and preview the Stanley Cup Finals. In the second period we’ll talk about two long time veterans retiring, a shocking comeback by an NHL player, the latest on the Atlanta Thrashers and what could be the last hockey game EVER to be played. In the third period we’ll give away another great t-shirt from Glassbangers.com and read your e-mails as well.


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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.

2 Comments

  1. A comment on our queen otherwise known as Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth… she is our queen. We are a constitutional monarchy thus we have a concept of the crown that there is a power greater than our political leaders. In Canada it is the crown that makes and dissolves parliament (analogous to the US congress) calls elections and swears in the ministers that run our country. When we go to war it is the crown (ie Queen Elizabeth) that is at war. When she is not in the country we have a governor general that fills her role. When she is in Canada she automatically takes her role again and has full power to makes and dissolves parliament, call elections and swears in ministers. However in practice a certain amount of independence is preserved and she only comes to Canada when none of these duties will fall on her. So to answer your question Queen Elizabeth is the queen of Canada!!!

  2. Long live Queen Elizabeth, the QUEEN OF CANADA!

    Thanks for your post and the explanation, Michael. You learn something new everyday.

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