Puck the Media Radio, Episode 2: You can, in fact, dance on your own

Bruce Bennett

Welcome to a new episode of Puck the Media Radio. Apologies for a missed episode last week, but there was sort of a hurricane getting in the way. We should be doing new shows this week and next week (where we'll be giving out a special prize, so stay tuned), before a break for Thanksgiving.

As always, we record at the radio studio on the campus Caldwell College. The show is commerical-free, save for a brief message from the school. Special thanks to Nick Amabile for his technical assistance.

Today's show is a bit of a grab bag, as we discuss a little bit of the lockout, as well as where you can find hockey while the NHL is locked out. Here are some highlights from the show:

At 9:43, Yahoo! Sports and Pass it to Bulis wizard Harrison Mooney discusses his creation of the YouTube video every hockey fan has watched way too often this week, "Call the Union". We also chat a bit about 'Roberto Luongo' on Twitter, and the situation involving Pavel Bure getting his number retired in Vancouver.

At 30:57, Chris Peters from CBS Sports and the United States of Hockey joins us to talk a ton of college and junior hockey, as well as the growth of the sport in non-traditional areas.

Finally, at 58:15, Nashville Predators play-by-play man Pete Weber joins in to talk about some of the community initiatives to keep hockey fans involved with the game in the Music City during the work stoppage.

Thank you for taking the time to listen. Any questions, comments, or complaints? Feel free to throw them in the comment section, contact me on Twitter, or send me an e-mail at stevemlepore@gmail.com.

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