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Mar232011

S6 - Episode 22: Lt. Anderson, Reporting For Duty, SIR!

We thought we'd found it.

The legendary "1 Hour Show". We were sure this would be the one. No such luck. We're convinced now that it's just a fantasy, like Atlantis or actually winning something in Roll up the Rim. It didn't seem like there was enough to keep us flapping for more than an hour but, like the Leafs and missing the play-offs, we find a way.

So, what did we do all this rambling about? Well, there were three games to go over, even if we did miss most of them. Oh, and we just happen to now have a goalie signed for 4 years! Andy's now driving the tank and even though this should be great and happy news, maybe not surprisingly in Ottawa, there is a sense of trepidation amongst the fan base and the Underground. We'll give you all the angles on it and take a look at where this leaves Lehner in the big scheme of things.

Of course, we have our take on the inexplicable actions of Matt Cooke and whether or not the NHL's tough stance against him was really that tough at all. One thing we all agree on is that the guy is a complete idiot. 

We throw in a geography lesson, some man-love for Spezza and a discussion about if there is a spot for Shannon on this team... going forward. Your e-mails, some thank you's, punches and poetry.

The season is winding down and the tank for the bottom is now in top gear. Only a few more shows left so cherish every pointless bit of silliness while you can.

S6 - Episode 22: Lt. Anderson, Reporting For Duty, SIR!

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Reader Comments (2)

Please, no one hour shows! I think 2 to 3 hours is fine, as long as you still have stuff to talk about. You guys seem really worried about it, but I can think of only a couple of times (during the Emery v. Gerber debates) that I thought things dragged a bit. If you think about talk radio, they have longer shows every day of the week. Now those shows very often suck, but I'm sure if you boiled them down to 2 hours a week there'd be good content. Please don't artificially shorten the shows.

March 24, 2011 at 5:00 PM | Registered CommenterRalph Wiggum

I also don't have a problem with 2 to 3 hour shows.
Also... what the HELL is a "Hockey Pitch?"

March 25, 2011 at 6:30 AM | Registered CommenterIvanDaTerrible
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