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Happy Memorial Day Weekend from us at The Program...we will have a special Sunday Night edition of the podcast on yes...Sunday. Remember to thank all our vets...alive and fallen.     Again thanks to all the true heroes that make it possible for all of us to do what we do. Before we head out, its time to unveil the Fantasy POTN from last night. This one is kind of obvious to some but probably not to most. If you still have this guy in your pool, then you deserve some major kudos. =========================================== FANTASY POTN: Martin Brodeur, G, New Jersey Devils There is not much more that can be said about the all time great and future Hall Of Famer. However last night he turned back the clock again just when the Devils needed him most. Brodeur outplayed Henrik Lundqvist for the last half of the series and as the Devils #30 stopped 33 of 35 shots, one just had to think how long a way he has come from earlier in the season. At 40 years young, he can st...
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