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Podcast of the Ohio - Podcast #2.

Friday, April 06, 2007
Don't worry. I'm still alive. I'd like to thank a friend of mine who inspired me to come back from the dead before I let more than a week pass before posts! Today, I'm tossing out another podcast. This one's a bit shorter than the previous one, but the topic is still rather important: Doug MacLean, and the current speculation about his job.



Incidentally, I'd just like to say this to the Nashville Predators after we, the Blue Jackets and loyal fans (who rank 18th in attendance despite our poor on-ice product), devoted a full minute to Mike Modano's recent achievements as an American-born hockey player last night at Nationwide:




Go crash and burn in the first round now, kthx. :D

(Speaking of classiness (or lack thereof), how about the Flyers totally ignoring Martin Brodeur breaking the single season win record for a goalie? Doubly so because of the fact that former Flyer and record holder Bernie Parent had been giving Brodeur his blessings for at least a while now? Sounds like the Flyers could use a lesson or two about honoring achievements, too.)

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  • At 4:44 PM, Anonymous Skraut said…

    Hey, I've got bandwidth to burn if you want me to host your podcasts on a more "normal" site. Let me know, I can host them for you easily enough. (skrautATgmailDOTcom)

     
  • At 1:43 PM, Blogger Bethany said…

    Michael...I was at the Flyers game on Saturday and those fans were just absolutely brutal...I guess it was a good thing I rooted for them huh? But, anyway congrats to Marty.

     
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