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Chris, Eric and Kyle discuss the final 23 man roster, Hilary Knight's appearance with the team, Paul Kariya and more on this episode of Anaheim Calling: The Podcast.

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[Note: Due to processing time, out of our control, the podcast probably won't be available on iTunes until tomorrow morning]

On this week's show:

Recorded Tuesday, October 7, 2014

- A gloriously vulgar soccer related opening (bleeped of course) (1:00)

- The final roster of 23 and how Training Camp was catered to them (8:24)

- Hilary Knight's practice with the Ducks (28:15)

Kid ish's Great Scoring Project as well as the earlier stages of Eric's Micro-save percentage project (48:49)

- A somewhat heated debate over Paul Kariya's legacy with the Ducks (inspired by Daniel's open letter to the Samuelis) (1:05:50)

- A brief discussion over the potential Assistant/Alternate/Associate(?) captaincy for Corey Perry and Francois Beauchemin (1:47:11)

...And much, much more

Please leave questions, comments, suggestions, complaints, concerns etc. in the comments below, or email Anaheimcalling@gmail.com or Tweet me @District5HockeyEric @ErictheHawk or Kyle @ACKyleNicolas 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.

Go Ducks!