Winging It In Motown Radio: Episode 2

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We're back!

We've yet to be banned from the podcasting world and the latest episode of WIIM Radio is ready and better than ever.

This week we're joined by Patrick Marsh from The Wizard of Os blog.  We take a look back at the Thanksgiving Showdown between the Red Wings and the Bruins.  I now have bragging rights over my coworkers here in Boston.  We also look at the Wings clash with the division rival Predators, explore my hatred of Mikael Samuelsson (and give him a new nickname), discuss Patrick Eaves' injury, and look at the current NHL standings and playoff positioning at the quarter mark of the season.

Oh yes, we also prepare for The Captain, Steve Yzerman, making his return to Hockeytown...only this time he's working for the enemy.

So enjoy the latest episode of WIIM Radio.  You can check us out on iTunes and download the podcast to your iPod or iPhone. You can also download the episode here. Stick tap to my "brother-in-law" Brandon Langer for creating our intro.  Check out his other music on Facebook and iTunes (seriously do it...he's good at what he does).

Let's Go Red Wings.

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