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TFP Today (4/27)... Round 1 Playoff Hockey Talk w/ Anzalone, Dowd and Bernstein

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The Hockey Revolution is on for the 2009 Stanley Cup Playoffs!

Join host Francis Anzalone and TFP Today's team of radio personalities for sixty minutes of Intense, Informative and In Your Face playoff hockey talk. Throughout the 2009 playoffs, TFP Today's on-air broadcast team will feature:

Jay Feaster... Former Tampa Bay Lightning Executive Vice President and General Manager. Feaster managed the Bolts to a Stanley Cup Championship in 2004. That summer, he was named General Manager of the Year by "The Sporting News."

Jim Dowd... A 17 year NHL'er and current co-host of "NHL Live," which airs on the NHL Network and XM Satellite Radio. Dowd won a Stanley Cup with the New Jersey Devils in 1995.

Frank Anzalone... Has spent the better part of twenty-five years as a coach at the junior, collegiate and professional levels. Anzalone guided Lake Superior State to the NCAA Division I National Championship in 1988. In addition, Anzalone is the fourth winningest coach in ECHL history.

Dennis Bernstein... Senior columnist for The Fourth Period and President/CEO of Score Media Ventures. Bernstein is a member of the Professional Hockey Writers Association.

Mike Ellis... A Northern Michigan radio personality and TFP contributor who is a sports analyst for WYSS FM and WKNW AM in Northern Michigan.

Dan Kingerski... Host of the The Fourth Period's syndicated radio show. Kingerski has worked in broadcasting for nearly fifteen years, and spent time as the play-by-play voice of USA Hockey and the ECHL's Johnstown Chiefs.

In addition to hearing from our panel of hockey analysts, we want you to become part of our program. Phone the Blog Talk Radio lines at (646) 929-1165, or drop us an e-mail. Our address is TFPToday@yahoo.com.

It's TFP Today for the Stanley Cup Playoffs, every Monday and Wednesday on Blogtalkradio.com and Thefourthperiod.com.