Episode 3 of the VFMS Podcast is up for your listening pleasure. There are a few different ways to listen. You can either stream the show directly from your computer to your ears at BlogTalkRadio. If you’re into downloading or subscribing to podcasts for your iPod, all you have to do is click the handy iTunes link once you get to the show’s page. And if you want to download it, you can do that too. Of course, you can also bypass the site all together and go straight to iTunes.
In Episode #3, we make up for lost time and really get into the Pacific Division. In case you haven’t noticed—the San Jose and Phoenix are both on fire. We’ll talk about both of them including a special, in-depth look at the Coyotes. Aside from the division leaders, we talk about the Justin Williams injury, all of the Ducks injuries and the Stars problems in shootouts (and overtime).
We also took a look at some of the best players of the decade. Both Jen and I choose the Player of the Decade for each team from the Pacific Division. We got the idea from a project I participated in for LAKings.com and HockeywoodLA.com—but instead of simply looking at the Center position or wingers, we picked the best overall player. Some teams were easier than others. Feel free to let us know in the comments section if you agree with our picks. More likely, let us know who you think we SHOULD have picked!
Now that we’re back on schedule, next week’s show will be at our usual time. You can look for it at 8:00 PST / 11:00 EST on Tuesday, January 5th. We’ll talk about a couple of the Pacific Division teams (not all), take a look back at the 2010 Bridgestone Winter Classic and check out all of the Pacific Division players that were selected to represent their country in the 2010 Olympics. And yes, we’ll even talk about Mikael Samulesson!