Bossier Broadcaster and New Knoxville Coach featured on Episode 11 of Puska on Pucks
AMARILLO, TX - A former player turned coach and a CHL Broadcaster of the Year are featured on Episode 11 of Puska on Pucks, The Original Internet Hockey Show.
Join host Denis J. Puska as he visits with Mike Craigen the new Head Coach of the Knoxville Ice Bears of the Southern Professional Hockey League. Craigen was a member of the Ice Bears for four seasons and he is hoping to turn around that proud franchise and make it a contending team for the championship.
It is also Part III of Voices Of The Game and Puska spends time with Bossier-Shreveport Mudbugs play-by-play voice Travis Huntington who will talk about how he got started in the profession and what it means to win Broadcaster of the Year.
A new installment of Ice Chips-News and Notes from around the world of professional hockey recaps some of the top stories from the week including a new General Manager for the CHL's Rio Grande Valley Killer Bees and the All-American Hockey League expands to five teams.
Fans can listen to current and past episodes of Puska on Pucks, The Original Internet Hockey Show by logging on to www.puskaonpucks.com and www.oursportscentral.com under the OSC Radio Link section. Several other fan websites also carry links or the media player to the show. If your website, team or league would like to add Puska on Pucks, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Puska on Pucks, The Original Internet Hockey Show is brought to you by Puska Media Services, a communication, production, web content and pod-casting business for sports teams and leagues. For more information please call Denis J. Puska at 216-798-1197 or visit www.puskaonpucks.com.
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