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SCU Season 2 - Episode 1: Be Podderer!

We’re back for our second season premiere because we ALL MISS HOCKEY!  We look back at the Alfredsson presser and some (hopefully) final thoughts on him leaving the team.  Pan punches possible holes in the stated $94 million losses since Melnyk’s reign. 

We review the roster and upcoming potential spot openings and how players will fit in.  There’s a little concern for when Cowen will return and what should be his compensation and term.  Of course, the big talk in the town is who will be the next captain. 

After reviewing what happened around the league including 2 new ownership groups, we look at the Olympic team and wrap things up from there.

We’re looking forward to the season and can’t wait to interact with you over the year.  Follow us on twitter at @SensCallUps, EEEEEMMMAAAIILLL us at and visit the forums at to keep us as the #1 Sens Podcast Network.  We are also lonely on the network and are really looking for new material and shows to be added in.

GAME (soon to be) ON!

SCU Season 2 - Episode 1: Be Podderer!

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Reader Comments (1)

Liked most of the podcast, but massively disagree with the views on Conacher. He was third in rookie scoring (only 2 points behind rookie lead) and was an established scorer in the AHL before he made the jump to the NHL, unlike Stone and vastly outpaced Hoffman who is a month older than him. He was easily thee best forward at the development camp and really who else is going to challenge? Stone has to make the 2nd line right wing since Condra/Ryan/Neil have the other three spots locked, Kassian will be moved in and out depending on the opponent, if he plays at all.

August 30, 2013 at 5:00 PM | Registered CommenterSensfan90
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