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Two top goal scorers featured on this week's Puska on Pucks

by Denis Puska
March 24, 2010 - Southern Professional Hockey League (SPHL)

CLEVELAND, OH -Two of Double A hockey's top point getters are featured on this week's all new edition of Puska on Pucks, The Original Internet Hockey Show.

Join host Denis J. Puska as he spends time with Scott Wray of the Rapid City Rush of the Central Hockey League. Wray and the Rush are playoff bound and closed out their second season with the Northern Conference championship title.

Kalamazoo Wings forward Trent Daavettilia is also on the program to talk about his success with the ECHL club and their battle with the Cincinnati Cyclones for the American Conference's North Division title.

Fans can also catch a fresh edition of Ice Chips-News and Notes from professional hockey, including a review of the major award winners in the Central Hockey League and some news out of the Southern Professional Hockey League.

To listen to this week's all new edition of Puska on Pucks, The Original Internet Hockey Show, fans can log on to or under the OSC Radio Link section. Several other fan websites also carry our show including, and the Michigan Regional Sports Network ( just to name a few.

Puska on Pucks is brought to you by Puska Media Services, a communication, production and web-content business for sports teams and leagues. Puska Media Services can develop a podcast or internet only program for your team or league -- during its season or for the off-season to keep fans up to date on the latest news. For further information, contact Denis J. Puska at or call him at 1-216-798-1197.

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