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Podcast: Throwback to the '90s

This was kind of a show about nothing, with only two games and a trade to talk about, Chris, Eric and Kyle filled with plenty of references and nostalgic silliness, as well as the serious-ish Ducks talk that you probably came here for.

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Earl Sleek


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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 Wednesday, November 25, 2014

- More premature Christmas talk with a recap of the Ducks' Tree Lighting Watch Party from last Thursday

- We have a trade to announce:  Bryan Allen, no longer a Duck hooray!

- The trend of starting well, but letting it get away and hanging in for an overtime was alive and well in Vancouver

- A real, live regulation win for only the second time in the month against Arizona!

- Thanks to listener Bill Harris discussion about what it means to have Sammi Vatanen be the second leading scorer on the team

- Thoughts on the sending down of Emerson Etem and Wild Bill Karlsson

- And a game that probably took way too long, but has some nostalgia effect to it.

...And much, much more

Please leave questions, comments, suggestions, complaints, concerns etc. in the comments below, or email 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!