Monday, December 28, 2009

POTG Radio Tonight with a Winter Classic Preview

Tonight's edition of POTG Radio will primarily focus on Friday's Winter Classic at Fenway Park that will pit the Philadelphia Flyers against the home town Boston Bruins. Our special guest will be Tim Rosenthal who will be reporting in from the Boston area.

Tim is one of the editors of Inside Hockey as well as the primary contributor at Rosie's Hockey. In addition to the Winter Classic, Tim has his pulse on the heartbeat of College Hockey and the Bruins.

I'm sure we will also cover the Predator's recent games and the World Junior Tournament that is under way. I'm looking forward to the show. We hope you will join us.

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Hawks- Preds Stories...



Here is our story from last night.

John Glennon has the game story at the Tennessean and his notes column that includes the possibility that Dave Scatchard may be waived since the holiday roster freeze has expired.

David Boclair has a brief piece at The City Paper.

In Pred Blog World Forechecker, See Puck City, Mark Willoughby, Jennifer the Preds Addict, and Fan Huddle have stories.

For the Chicago side of the story visit the Chicago Tribune, Sun Times, or Daily Herald.

In Pred Nation...

As we noted yesterday, Patric Hornqvist made the Olympic team for Sweden.

FaceOff has an Edmonton Journal piece on Barry Trotz. It's well worth the read.

At The World Juniors...

Team USA fared well in a 3-0 win over Switzerland on Sunday afternoon to bring them to 2-0 in the tournament. Tuesday will be a big day at the tourney with the US and Canada in action. The game everyone is waiting for will be the USA-Canada game on New Year's Eve.

Jim Diamaond wraps up all four games from Sunday.

The Predators site has a running update of prospects playing in the tournament.

Today's NHL Network Schedule

Canada vs Switzerland 3 p.m. (CST)

Around the NHL...

Ryan at the RLD has the strangest goal of the year.

Matt at View from My Seats defines depth and why it is important.

More later...

Buddy Oakes for PredsOnTheGlass

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