Hockey’s Future Radio moves to Thursday

By Ken McKenna

For those of our readers that were unable to listen to the Hockey’s Future Radio webcast this past Sunday, fear not! The show has not disappeared, but has instead moved to a new, and we think better, time slot.

Beginning Thursday, July 13th, you’ll be able to listen to the live presentation of the HF Radio webcast in prime time. The webcast will now take place every Thursday at 9 PM Eastern time, so please make note of the time change.

Dustin Nielson will continue hosting this interesting and informative hour devoted to the coverage of the up-and-coming prospects in the hockey world, so be sure to tune in by going to the HF Radio website. But, if you can’t listen to the live webcast, don’t worry, as you’ll still be able to listen to the archived version of the show (just click on the Previous Shows link).

Of course, we still will be offering our podcasts, which include material not featured in the weekly webcast. You can find these at the HF Radio site, as well. And you don’t have to have an iPod or MP3 player to listen as you can simply download the file to your PC, then use your media player of choice to listen to Dustin’s latest offering.

So tune into the HF Radio webcast Thursdays at 9 PM Eastern for the latest in hockey prospect information – you’ll be glad you did.

Ken McKenna

Managing Editor, Hockey’s Future