Anaheim Calling: The Podcast Episode 11

Earl Sleek

Chris and Kristen discuss the first three games of the 2013 Stanley Cup Playoffs as the Ducks lead Detroit 2-1. What did the failed comeback in Game 2 mean? Justin Abdelkader's hit on Toni Lydman and much more.

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On this week's show:

- The solid defensive effort that was Ducks/Red Wings Game 1

- Why we both thought it was a no brainer to start Jonas Hiller over Viktor Fasth

- The emotional roller coaster of Game 2

- Justin Abdelkader's hit on Toni Lydman (recorded before two game suspension was announced)

- A third period route in Game 3

- Sheldon Souray vs. Sami Vatanen

... And as always our MVDs and Iceholes of the week.

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.

ENJOY!

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