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Terry Ficorelli and Bill McDonald featured on Episode 10 of Puska on Pucks

by Denis Puska
August 9, 2010 - Central Hockey League (CHL) - Evansville IceMen

AMARILLO, TX - A long time coach and a veteran broadcaster are featured on Episode 10 of Puska on Pucks, The Original Internet Hockey Show.

Join host Denis J. Puska as he visits with Associate Coach Bill McDonald of the Allen Americans of the Central Hockey League. The Americans came close to winning the Ray Miron President's Cup final in their first season, and McDonald will talk about how they will try to keep the ball rolling for the second season.

It's also Week Two of the feature Voices of the Game and Puska will catch up with Terry Ficorelli who is the new radio voice of the Evansville Icemen who will join the CHL this fall. Ficorelli has been calling hockey games for more than 35 years, including 15 in Muskegon, Michigan. He will talk about some of the memorable moments in the booth and that final game that closed professional hockey in Muskegon after 50 years.

There is also a fresh installment of Ice Chips News and Notes from around the world of professional hockey including coaching announcements in the Southern Professional Hockey League and the American Hockey League and a lease extension for a Central Hockey League franchise.

Current and past episodes of Puska on Pucks, The Original Internet Hockey Show can be heard at or under the OSC Radio Link Section. Several other fan websites also carry links to the show.

Puska Media Services is pleased to bring you The Original Internet Hockey Show for a second straight year. For further information on having a podcast program developed for your league or team or other services that Puska Media Services provides. Please contact Denis J. Puska at 216-798-1197, email him at [email protected] or go to

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