Anaheim Calling: The Podcast, Episode 13

Earl Sleek

Even though we only had one game to talk about it’s a super sized edition of the pod.

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On this week's show:

Recorded May 26, 2013. Sorry for the delay in both recording and posting, but it's not like Ducks news is going stale quickly these days.

- Game 7, a classic Detroit Red Wings clinic

- Analogies to both the Hindenburg and Sophie's Choice

- Why Bob Murray is a finalist for GM of the Year (Spoiler: Getzlaf and Perry contracts)

- Bruce Boudreau up for a second Jack Adams award

- Which prominent UFAs and RFAs we'd like to see back next year

- The end of the Detroit/Anaheim rivalry and the beginning of a REAL Kings/Ducks feud

- Sadly envying the Kings

Please leave questions, comments, suggestions, complaints, concerns etc. in the comments below, or email Anaheimcalling@gmail.com or Tweet me @District5Hockey or Kristen @DucksKristen, or feel free to just yell it out and maybe we'll hear you.

Also HUGE hockey hugs and stick taps to The Zambonis (the World's only 100% Hockey Rock band) for all of our amazing musical cues and Earl Sleek for the ridiculously awesome logo above.

Thank you so much for listening. We'll be back off and on during the summer and regularly for next season.

Go Ducks!


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