Saturday, September 22, 2007

Puck Podcast - September 22nd, 2007

In this week's episode we preview the Pacific Division by talking to correspondents from each team including Ducks announcer John Ahlers and Kings announcer Jim Fox. We also give our playoff picks and Stanley Cup predictions. We'll also discuss why Gordie Howe is worried about spying, which veterans have been invited to training camps, a former three-time All-Star calling it a career and our thoughts on the changes to the NHL schedule plus we respond to your e-mail on Mark Bell and a whole lot more.



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1 Comments:

At 4:17 AM, Blogger Kristine said...

That coyotes correspondent was a joke.
He hadn't been to any pre season games by his own admission and I live in australia but at least I know that Lenevue has left the coyotes training camp and is now with the minor affiliate San Antonio. All the other correspondents were really pulling for their team but the coyotes guy was no homer....all he had to say was based on hearsay and reading local papers rather than any research. the other reports I really liked as all fans should be fans and really want the team to win. Re Jeremy Roenick....I was a bit surprised he didn't get re-signed as at the end of the season....when the season was drifting away from us he was one of the few players....most of the others were rookies/recent signings, playing with high energy every shift....I guess it was because he walked out on the team mid season when he didnt suit up for one game. The coyotes are rebuilding and will/should put a high energy young unit on the ice....from all reports they have a new skating coach and they are skating better and the team is noticeable faster. This may not translate into a playoff appearance but they will play hard...I have been a little critical of the coyotes in the off season with their lack of scoring potential and I still am but I really think they will play hard, be exciting and if they can do that on an everyday basis, I will listen online to every game and I am coming to the US for December to see them play.
Ralph from Australia

 

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