PODCAST: The Hockey News Radio Show - Dec. 30, 2011

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This week on THN Radio, hosts Adam Proteau and Jamie Shalley open up the show by previewing THN's annual People of Power and Influence issue, and taking a look back at the calendar year 2011.

In the second block, Montreal-raised actor/writer Jay Baruchel joins the show to discuss his new hockey movie "Goon", as well as his beloved Montreal Canadiens and the IIHF World Junior tournament.

In the final block, the Ask Adam mailbag returns and deals with questions on the Hurricanes' playoff chances, a possible tournament featuring the Stanley Cup winner playing a European championship team, making NHL rinks bigger, and a potential Zach-Parise-for-Shea-Weber trade.

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