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Brad Ziemer – Vancouver Sun

Brad Ziemer fro the Vancouver Sun gives us a Canucks update as they begin the post-Olympic schedule tonight.

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Matt Overton – Indianapolis Colts

Former Western Viking Matt Overton, now a Pro Bowl long snapper with the Indianapolis Colts, joins us to talk about his recent visit back to campus

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Pat Fitterer – former Sehome coach

Former Sehome High School basketball coach Pat Fitterer is retiring from coaching and he comes on to talk about his decision

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Mark Collins – Bellingham Blazers

Bellingham Blazer coach Mark Collins previews tonight’s playoff opener against Tri-Cities

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Good Question

The KPUG staff gathers for another round of Good Question

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Steve Futterman – CBS News

Steve Futterman from CBS News joins us to recap the Sochi Olympics

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Seen…Heard…Said

We review the sports weekend with a little Seen…Heard…Said

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John Boyle – Everett Herald

We’re joined by John Boyle from the Everett Herald to talk about the Hawks release of Sidney Rice.

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Kevin Kugler – Westwood One

Kevin Kugler as he covers the Winter Games for Westwood One and he takes a look ahead the U.S.A’s men’s hockey game versus Canada tomorrow and how the games are faring in Russia

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Geoff Baker – The Seattle Times

Geoff Baker from The Seattle Times comes on the show to tells about his article on the chances of Seattle getting an NHL team.

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