NATION RADIO - DECEMBER 24, 2011

NationRadio
December 26 2011 01:05PM

We sincerely hope that this special holiday edition of NationRadio finds you in good health and in good spirits. All the very best to you and yours and here's to a most excellent 2012.

As hoped by many, this week's show is laden with previews of the 2012 World Junior Championships as well as some talk about the Oilers and the Flames.

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Wolf Prowl - December 24th, 2011

Patrick Johnston
December 24 2011 12:15PM


Jordan Schroeder has been putting up points recently. Will he carry on?

After their tough end to November, the Wolves really look to be righting the ship, having won 5 of their last 6 games. The coming week features 4 games, giving them an opportunity to make a real push upwards from their current 7th-place Western Conference position.

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WJC: GETTING READY TO PLAY AS A TEAM

Wanye
December 24 2011 01:37AM

In his second installment,  WJC  alumni Brian Sutherby talks about his behind the scenes experiences as a member of Team Canada back in 2002. It's pretty sweet if you ask us- WG

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Robocop

Jason Strudwick
December 23 2011 04:47PM

Last week as I was hanging up my shoulder pads my partner, Kurt Davis, asked me how long I had been wearing them and why I even bothered. He commented on there hardly being any protection on the chest or back and how the shoulder caps are very small.

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A Mili: How Being the 1915 Vancouver Millionaires Might’ve Helped the 2011 Vancouver Canucks

John Cullen
December 23 2011 04:23PM

Before the Vancouver Canucks’ had even stopped tripping over the confetti that spilled onto the ice after their Game 5 defeat of San Jose, fans began to immediately think back to two dates: 1994, the year of the heart-wrenching Game 7 loss to the New York Rangers, and 1915: the last time the city of Vancouver won the Stanley Cup(let’s be honest, blog commenter #6, you didn’t think about 1982 for even one second. You couldn’t have. Grow up).

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