With a bevy of picks in the first few rounds, every Senators fans’ eyes are looking forward towards the 2011 NHL Entry Draft in Minnesota. For a few weeks now, we’ve been promising some interviews with individuals who have their thumbs on the pulse of how this draft could shake out so hopefully this episode will satiate your thirst for prospect knowledge.
Joining us on the program this week are Rogers Sportsnet’s junior hockey analyst Sam Cosentino and Gus Katsaros the pro scouting coordinator for McKeen’s Hockey. Starting on Friday night, you can catch Sam on Sportsnet throughout the 2011 Mastercard Memorial Cup and you can read Gus’ work over at McKeen’s Hockey. If you have Twitter, I’d highly recommend giving Gus (@katshockey) a follow as well.
And as a special treat for Tim and for anyone who’s been a fan of the Canadian punk scene, closing out the podcast is Tim’s interview with D.O.A.’s Joe Keithley that tackles the Canucks playoff run, Sudden Death Records and an old Soul Asylum video. We highly recommend giving Joe a follow on Twitter (@DOAJoe) and checking out the two must-have limited edition re-releases of Hardcore 81 on blue wax and Something Better Change on translucent green wax. You can also pre-order Joe’s new book Talk – Action = 0: An Illustrated History of D.O.A. off of Amazon.
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Tracklist: The Rural Alberta Advantage Stamp; Fu Manchu Hell On Wheels; Elton John Saturday Night’s Alright For Fighting; The Hanson Brothers The Hockey Song; and Golden Dogs Darkroom.