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Listen to past editions of The Good Old Hockey Show

APRIL 10, 2010

Segment 1 – Eastern Conference Playoffs

Segment 2 – Western Conference Playofss

Segment 3 – Interview w/ Paul McNamara from about the Frozen Four

Segment 4 – Jimmy Howard vs. Tyler Myers for the Calder

Segment 5 – Jerome Iginla to the Boston Bruins?

Segment 6 – Q&A and some NHL retirements

APRIL 3, 2010

Segment 1 NHL playoff race

Segment 2 – Playoff goaltenders

Segment 3 – Interview with Michael Petrella from The Production Line

Segment 4 – Winter Classic 2011

Segment 5 – ESPN The Magazine NHL Players Poll #1

Segment 6 – ESPN The Magazine NHL Players Poll #2

MARCH 25, 2010

The Good Old Hockey Show Mailbag Podcast

MARCH 20, 2010

Segment 1 – Jeff and Brandon discuss the dirty hit by Pittsburgh’s Matt Cooke on Boston’s Marc Savard.

Segment 2 – The new proposed head shot rule, Anaheim James Wisniewski’s hit on Chicago’s Brent Seabrook, Jesse Liebman’s Top Ten Dirty Hits of the Year, and what happened when the Penguins visited Boston for the first time since the Cooke/Savard incident.

Segment 3 – Jeff makes his case for Jimmy Howard to take home the Calder Trophy as the NHL’s rookie of the year.

Segment 4 – Interview with Paul McNamara of  Paul breaks down the Hockey East and CCHA, tells us his choices for the Hobey Baker Award, and previews the upcoming Frozen Four tournament.

Segment 5 – Jeff and Brandon break down the Western Conference playoff race.  Can Phoenix catch San Jose?  Will Detroit hold of Calgary?

Segment 6 – Jeff and Brandon break down the Eastern Conference playoff race.  Who will finish 8th?  New Jersey and Pittsburgh battle for the Atlantic.

FEBRUARY 27, 2010

USA vs. Canada, Canadian women’s controversial celebration, and calls from Greg Townsend and Brandon Langer.

FEBRUARY 20, 2010

Olympic hockey, NBC’s hockey coverage (or lack there of), and possible NHL relocation

FEBRUARY 13, 2010

NHL pre-Olympic recap, trade deadline rumors, and Olympic hockey discussion

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