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Daily Show's Jon Stewart to interview hockey icon Slava Fetisov

Daily Show host Jon Stewart is scheduled to leave the popular show later this year, but on Wednesday, he'll interview Hockey Hall-of-Famer Slava Fetisov in promotion of the new hockey documentary Red Army.
The Hockey News

The Hockey News

Daily Show host Jon Stewart recently announced he'll be leaving his iconic post as host of the nightly series this year, but on Wednesday, he'll have on retired hockey great Slava Fetisov and they'll discuss the new documentary Red Army:

The 56-year-old Hockey Hall-of-Famer has a central role in Red Army, which chronicles the rise and fall of one of the hockey juggernauts of the former Soviet Union. The film has been playing in select North American markets since January, to a sea of critical acclaim.


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