Puck Podcast – September 2, 2006

In this episode of the Puck Podcast we preview the Northwest Division, talk about JP Dumont signing with the Predators, discuss why the NHL’s arbitration system needs to be fixed and which NHL players need to talk less and which need to talk more, plus a whole lot more.

If you have any questions or comments please send us an e-mail at puckpodcast@aol.com.

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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. Love the show.
    Best on the internet. By the was it was the preds second time in the playoffs last year. Great job guys.


  2. Wild have improved, but last to first in this division is unlikely.

    Adding Tanguay > Adding Demitra
    Friesen very comparable to Parish (although Friesen did have a sub par year last year).

  3. Adding to the last comment:

    The wild are much improved but I think #1 is a stretch. Pouring in a bunch of new guys and stiring the pot does not make a team go from 5 to 1.

    Why is everyone sooooooo hot on Tanguay like he is the second coming in Ice-Cowboy land? He is as inconsistent as they come. He has always had a good center to feed him, and sometimes even when he had one he just quit. I would rather have signed Carter AND Dumont for the money they gave him.

  4. Hi guys-
    I just subscribed to your podcast on itunes and I want to say thanks for putting out such a quality product. Being here in Nashville, I love the Preds and appreciate your good thoughts about them. I know they are a small market team but this looks to be an exciting year coming up and I can’t wait for it.
    Keep up the good work!
    *Deleted previous post as I did not see that Sean posted about the Preds 2nd playoff appearance.

  5. Guys,

    Great show Keep it up. Find me at Staples in the Royal Room and the Beer is on me

    When does Yahoo hockry start so if I am not picked as a player I can at least follow you guys

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