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Podcast: A Win For The Road

Better feelings after a first win, but with concerns circling the Ducks head coach ahead of a Central Division road trip.

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The Only Podcast That Matters.
The Only Podcast That Matters.
Earl Sleek

Despite being shut out three times in their first four games, the Anaheim Ducks bounced back with a spirit-raising win over the Minnesota Wild on Sunday. Eric and Kyle cover the two games and more, getting ready for the coming important early season road trip.

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On This Week's Show:

Recorded live Tuesday, October 20, 2015

- The loss to Colorado then win against Minnesota

- Getting to the net front to open lanes and prevent shot blocks

- Carl Hagelin up top with Ryan Getzlaf and Corey Perry

- Allowing too many scoring chances per shot attempt defensively

- What would make the five game Central Division road trip successful

- Bruce Boudreau's job security, and disproving TSN's idea of needing a Cup-winning coach w/ league history

- And as always, much much more...

Please leave questions, comments, suggestions, complaints, concerns etc in the comments below, email, tweet Eric @ErictheHawk or Kyle @ACKyleNicolas, or try and signal us with naval flags and maybe we'll see them.

Also  HUGE hockey hugs and stick taps to The Zambonis (the World's only 100% Hockey Rock band) for our amazing intro, the Bear Brass for the brilliant Bro Hymn cover for our outro, and to Earl Sleek for the ridiculously awesome logo above.

Thanks for being one of the thousands... And thousands of listeners.

Go Ducks!