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It's a Monday edition of Marek vs. Wyshynski beginning at 2 p.m. ET/11 a.m. PT, and we're talking about the following and more: Special Guest Stars: Former Toronto Maple Leafs GM John Ferguson, Jr. and former NHL ruffian Brad May join the program. • In which Marek and Wysh discuss the Boston Bruins at the White House, as that's where Wysh is today. • Setting up fights based on Internet ratings. • Suspension talk. • Puck Headlines and Talking Points Question of the Day: Which was the worst hit this weekend and why? Alex Ovechkin/Zbynek Michalek, Michalek/Matt Hendricks, Andrew Ference/Ryan McDonagh, or Tom Sestito/Nathan Horton? Email your answers to or tweet them with the hashtag #MvsW to either @jeffmarek or @wyshynski. Click here for the Sportsnet live stream or click the play button above! Click here to download podcasts from the show each day Subscribe to the podcast via iTunes or Feedburner.

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