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PODCAST: THN Radio Show - May 6, 2011

The Hockey News

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This week on The Hockey News Radio Show with Adam Proteau and Jim 'Boomer' Gordon on XM Satellite Radio Home Ice Channel 204:

Adam and Boomer are back at the XM Radio studios in Toronto for another playoff edition of THN Radio. In the show's opening segment, the guys debate the action from the second round of the NHL playoffs and the performance of Canucks forward Ryan Kesler.

In the second block, Boomer and Adam get into an extended discussion of pro athletes and social media outlets such as Twitter. What is acceptable in terms of freedom of speech? Where is the issue headed? Listen in and find out.

In the final block, the Ask Adam mailbag looks at the IIHF World Championship's value in the modern era, low scoring in the playoffs and defense-first strategies, and many more.

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