AUDIO: West Coast Bias on NHL Network Radio – November 10, 2013

West Coast Bias was back at the Honda Center in Anaheim this week, broadcasting live on NHL Network Radio – and it was two hours of non-stop hockey talk, primarily about the Western Conference.

Along with my co-host Jonathan Davis, we covered all the key games of the weekend, spoke with Eric Stephens of the Orange County Register, were joined by Paul Stastny right after the Avalanche scored another big win at home, everybody weighed in on a few trade rumors and much more.

Among the other topics, teams and players we debated and discussed throughout the show were: Steven Stamkos, Jaromir Jagr, Matt Moulson, Brad Richards, an NHL team who may be changing captains, St. Louis Blues, Brian Campbell, Ryan Miller, Jonas Hiller, LA Kings, Phoenix Coyotes, Patrick Kane, Devan Dubnyk, Ilya Bryzgalov, Edmonton Oilers, Jonas Hiller, Matt Duchene, Calgary Flames, Bruce Boudreau, Montreal Canadiens, Toronto Maple Leafs, John Tortorella, the Sedins, Brad Richardson, Vancouver Canucks, Ryan Getzlaf’s injury, Patrick Roy, Pittsburgh Penguins, New York Islanders, Philadelphia Flyers, Claude Giroux, the upcoming Olympics in Sochi, Team Canada, Team USA, Chicago Blackhawks, Buffalo Sabres, Hockey Hall of Fame, Scott Niedermayer vs Chris Chelios, Brendan Shanahan, Garth Brooks, Bruce Springsteen, KISS and plenty more.

It’s all right here…

HOUR ONE – Paul Stastny, Eric Stephens (part 1), game reviews, etc.


* NOTE: For some reason, the first five minutes of the show was cut off. We’re working to recover the audio. Even without it though, you can pick up the conversation without any problems at all.

HOUR TWO – More with Stevens, Gordie Howe Hat Trick of the Week, etc.

An all new episode of West Coast Bias will air on NHL Network Radio next Sunday starting at 8pm PST. Hope you’ll join us. In the meantime, if you’ve missed any of our recent episodes, check out the links below.

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