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Wednesday
Apr062011

S6 - Episode 24: Dean Brown Goes Underground.

With the season winding down and just a few questions left to be answered, we decided to bring in the guy with all the good answers; Dean Brown joins us this week. We had to have the voice of the Sens in before we sign off for the summer and, as always, he does not disappoint. We take a look back at some of the big happenings over the course of this past season and look ahead at what we might expect next year. Spezza gets a lot of man-love in this segment.

We go over the games the Sens played this week, which included a win we didn't want, a win we didn't expect and a loss that we can't believe. Yes, the tank is officially dead. But it may not be all terrible news. We break down how the draft looks and what the Sens may expect to grab this June.

Also covered is the signing of Stephane Da Costa, Alfie shutting it down for good, some freaky stats, Bass and Shannon get recognized, an upcoming roadie and news on the SU hockey pool. Stooli throws a nasty punch of reality and a new poll question is posed. We then end the show by looking at the significance of this season in Sens history, why we may not have to languish for years in the dregs as other teams have had to do to rebuild and also how we may be seeing a shift in the thinking of GMs around the league.

One more show to go. Next week we'll be cleaning off the desk and emptying out the beer fridge. We advise you do the same while listening to this rather lengthy show. Enjoy!

S6 - Episode 24: Dean Brown Goes Underground.

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