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Podcast: Got Almond Milk?

The preseason is almost over- How about some live thoughts about where the team is, and some almond milk up in this mother something or other?

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

With the Anaheim Ducks exhibition sweep of the Los Angeles Kings in the books, it's almost the end of the preseason. Eric and Kyle got together to talk about the win, how the players and roster looks with real hockey in the offing, and much more.

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On This Week's Show:

Recorded live Tuesday, September 29, 2015

- Reaction and analysis of the Ducks preseason sweep clinching win at STAPLES Center

- Josh Manson: Tough guy

- The Jiri Sekac - Rickard Rakell - Corey Perry line, does it have a future in the regular season?

- Differences in what Chris Stewart and Nick Ritchie have shown in preseason

- Play of Anton Khudobin, what it means to have a solid backup, and a theory on where the Ducks goalie position could be going

- Thoughts on Daniel's piece offering up Clayton Stoner to the Bruins

- San Diego Gulls camp, with an announcement about a meet up for the exhibition game at Honda Center on 10/5

- And as always, much much more...

Please leave questions, comments, suggestions, complaints, concerns etc in the comments below, email AnaheimCalling@gmail.com, tweet Eric @ErictheHawk or Kyle @ACKyleNicolas, or send us an old timey singing telegram and maybe we'll hear you.

Also HUGE hockey hugs and stick taps to 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!