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post DOH 134 – Semi-Suprise Guest

February 9th, 2011, 7:05 am

Filed under: podcast — Written by Mike

The Dudes are joined by a guest this week in a way they’ve never done it before – live!  Or as live as a podcast can get.  Mike and Doug gush about the wins over Washington and Boston, continue with another Young Dudes segment, and even premier a new one.  Please take a moment to answer the poll question on


One Comments to “DOH 134 – Semi-Suprise Guest”

  1. Ruben says:

    I clicked “play button on post,” but prior to being employed I was downloading it from the DOH page in iTunes. I also second Tom’s point in the last thread that I have to click “download” on my iPhone to start the podcast from the DOH webpage.

    One of my favorite parts about “Moneyball” was reading about the phone calls between Billy Beane and other GM’s, and his conversations with assistants between phone calls. I remember a line that goes something like “A GM is required to remain on good terms with the people they are continually trying to screw over.”

    Seto for Goligoski seems like a no brainer for this year, but I’m not sure it is for the future. The Sharks have Petrecki and Braun ready to step up in the next year or two, with possibly Doherty in the mix and Will Wren 3-4 years down the line. Their top 4 guys are locked up, and with the exception of Boyle, are young and likely entering their prime years at somewhat team friendly contracts.

    On offense? Seto isn’t going to get much more than he got this year unless he explodes in the second half. AfteAnd if you move him, you no longer have three dangerous lines (now or in the future). I doubt Wellwood stays, we can’t afford his likely uptick in salary. McGinn is looking like an AHL-NHL tweener. Coyle is 2-3 years away. It seems to me that long term Seto is more valuable to this team than a similarly situated defenseman.

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