Sunday, September 30, 2007

Puck Podcast - September 29th, 2007

In this week's episode we talk about the start of the NHL season as the Ducks and Kings met in London. We also discuss Steve Downie's hit on Dean McAmmond with reactions and the repercussions it caused. We talk about the death of an NHL icon, one of the most freak injuries in NHL history, an NHL player that has been the victim of vandalism in his hometown and a whole lot more.

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At 7:50 PM, Blogger (U)SA 2010 said...

Much to my dismay, it looks like the Pens will have to pull Ducks/Kings duties and play two games in Prague to open up next season.

Super lame. I don't really wanna be robbed of seeing the opening game on local tv because the NHL wants to continue this completely useless overseas series run.

I guess the league wants the Pens/Lightning for next year.

What is the point of this? Take care of the fans you have, not people who will never go to another game.

Do the owners have any say in this? I mean, they can't possibly make anywhere near as much money off of two games in Prague as they would if the games were at their home rinks.


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