Found June 29, 2012 on Rock the Red:
  How did the Capitals fare at the NHL Draft?  How will Adam Oates fare as Capitals coach?  Jack Anderson, Capitals correspondent for NHL Home Ice on Sirius XM Radio, joins Andy Green and Harry Hawkings of RocktheRed.net as we talk NHL coaching on Rock the Red Radio.  Got questions for us?  Call in at (347) 324-5261!   Click here to listen in As the podcast series continues, expect to hear our panelists (and assorted guests) discuss the Washington Capitals, their AHL affiliate the Hershey Bears, and on-goings across the NHL with wit, humor, and the occasional pop culture reference. If you have questions for our panelists, feel free to tweet them to us or leave them in our comments section. Thanks in advance for listening!
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