Special Bleacher Report Hockey Edition Of NHL 2Day To Air Tonight

Greg CaggianoSenior Writer ISeptember 13, 2008

Join Alan Bass and Greg Caggiano tonight, Saturday, September 13 at 9:45 PM EST. The date and time of the show has been changed as previously advertised because something came up for Sunday and it had to be moved.

During the show, Bleacher Report will be conducting the live draft for their first annual Fantasy Hockey league and listeners will be getting live updates of that as well as news from around the league and other items of hockey discussion.

This will be a different episode from all the others so be sure not to miss it!

Even though the date has changed, we still plan on having Ken Armer (NHL Community Leader and creator of the "Battle of the Pacific" Blog) on the show, but nothing is finalized.

To visit our official site, click here.

To visit our Youcastr page, click here.

Also, please email in questions for either Alan and Greg or even if you have some of Ken regarding the Pacific Division. We can't wait to hear from you!

We hope to see you there!

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