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S4 - Episode 6: Clam Up and Také a Pill

Don't worry... once you hear this episode, you'll know what that's all about.

This is kind of a strange episode. There seems to be a lot of unrest floating around the studio this week considering the Sens have actually been pretty good lately and are sitting right where we thought they'd be at .500. There's a lot of debate about Auld and Gerber, although they both looked fine this week. There's some concern about the style the team is playing even though we knew they'd be a different type of team. There's no placating Stooli who is tired... he's just so tired! This is where the pills come in.

A good start to the week for the Sens but a pretty ugly finish:

Washington 1 - Ottawa 2 OT 
Philly 1 - Ottawa 4
Ottawa 1 - Carolina 2

Two very strong efforts capped by a terrible one that we attribute more to fatigue than the goalie that night: Gerber. Fisher in finally off the schnide and back to being everyone's favourite man-crush. And in honour of Remembrance Day, there is some love for the foot soldiers on the team this week.

We, grudgingly, award the winner of our contest for the tickets to the Sens/Isles game, courtesy of the Ticket Guy. Underwhelmed would be an understatement. Your e-mails, various things to offend our female listeners and Stooli's News complete a rare afternoon game for us.

Happy birthday, Shredder.

S4 - Episode 6: Clam Up and Také a Pill

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