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PODCAST: The Hockey News Radio Show - March 2, 2012

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This week on The Hockey News Radio Show, hosts Adam Proteau and Jamie Shalley start the hour by welcoming back regular guest and former NHLer Bobby Holik to discuss the ramifications of the Blue Jackets not trading Rick Nash, the Devils' glory years, and the Maple Leafs tumultuous coaching situation.

In the second block, THN managing editor Edward Fraser calls in to discuss the playoff chances of the Canucks and the Predators, as well as THN's upcoming issue featuring the top 50 NHLers as voted by the players. And in

the final segment, Adam opens up the mailbag and talks Ron Wilson, Henrik Lundqvist, and making the game more popular in the U.S.

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