BSH Radio 32: Nikolay Zherdev And Stanley Cup Winners Since The 1960s

PHILADELPHIA PA - JANUARY 25: P.K. Subban #76 of the Montreal Canadiens knocks over Nikolay Zherdev #93 of the Philadelphia Flyers in first period of an NHL hockey game at the Wells Fargo Center on January 25 2011 in Philadelphia Pennsylvania. (Photo by Paul Bereswill/Getty Images)

This week's BSH Radio is a bit shorter than most, but that doesn't mean that Ben, Geoff and myself didn't have a lot to say. After all, yesterday was a pretty big day in Flyerdom (to steal a phrase from Tim Panaccio).

Nikolay Zherdev's hilarious exit from the organization is only more absurd by his return to the ice at the optional morning skate today. We discuss his future on waivers, which we'll know by 12 p.m. today, and how it impacts the Flyers moving forward. 

We also talk in depth about Oskars Bartulis' shoulder injury and how it impact the depth on defense moving forward, and how could we ignore Sean O`Donnell's injury/non-injury? How do all these things impact what the Flyers will do on defense? We discuss the merits of calling of Danny Syvret, Erik Gustafsson and Kevin Marshall, as well as the merits of possibly acquiring a defenseman at the deadline.

Also, we somehow work in talk of over 50 years of Stanley Cup winners, as well as a rather lengthy discussion on David Sloane. You know you want to listen now!

Get the show after the jump.

 

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