Found September 18, 2012 on Fang Faction:
Fang Faction Radio continued their Central Division preview podcasts with George Malik to preview the Detroit Red Wings. Host Fang Finger, and co-hosts Ryan Shannon and Ray Harris discuss with George about what to expect from the Red Wings this season. Also, we discuss ex-Predator forward Jordin Tootoo.

George Malik is a Detroit Red Wings writer for The Malik Report on Kukla's Korner. George is on Twitter, @georgemalik.

Two more team remain in the FFR Central Division previews. Those teams are the Chicago Blackhawks and Columbus Blue Jackets. 

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