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post Episode 79 – Second Annual Holiday Extravaganza

December 22nd, 2009, 11:37 am

Filed under: podcast — Written by Mike

Happy Holidays, everyone.  The Sharks have delivered an early gift, in beating Dallas and Anaheim right before Christmas, and the Dudes wonder whether that gift was well-earned, or will be short-lived.  Doug and Mike identify an aspect of the Sharks’ roster that changed right before they started winning again, and wonder if that’s the key.  And as it has become custom, the Dudes ask Santa for some hockey-related gifts.


2 Comments to “Episode 79 – Second Annual Holiday Extravaganza”

  1. Evilducks says:

    I haven’t listened yet, but judging by the description I believe Demers is the key to everything for the Sharks… who would have guessed.

  2. Evilducks says:

    As far as puck movers that may be on the move this year. There is another one that is a bit older, proven in the playoffs, no longer has an NTC this year, is on a bad team and a guy that Doug Wilson has tried to get in the past.

    That’s right, Scotty Niedermayer has mentioned that he wouldn’t be surprised at all if he were traded this year.

    Pitkanen is more of a long term solution. Nieds and Boyler on the blue line could be amazing in the playoffs this year though. Not sure how we could possibly fit that salary even for just after the trade deadline. But I think it’s sufficiently crazy.

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