Ice Level with Andrew Berkshire

After a week off, Ice Level is back with the usual panel to talk hockey.

UPDATE: Listen to the podcast of May 11th's episode of Ice Level with Andrew Berkshire.

Today on Ice Level we're back after a long layoff (well, we missed one show), so we have a ton to talk about. We've essentially been held without comment for the entire second round, so we're itching to get into it.

We'll be talking Canadiens and Bruins, we'll hopefully get Steve Dangle's take, and we'll be bringing in Joe Meloni for a Bruins perspective, then we'll call him stupid and wrong.

First up though, we're going to talk about the evolution of body checking in the NHL, and address what's become a serious issue in hockey.

You can join in on the conversation by using the hashtag #IceLevel on twitter.

Before Ice Level, make sure to tune into Ted Bird's Hockey Week in Review show from 10:00-11:30am.

To tune into the show, click play on the embedded player, or you can find it online at Montreal Hockey Talk, listen online at Websports Media, search Montreal Hockey Talk on the TuneIn Radio app on your phone, or if you miss it live, you can listen to the podcast through iTunes.

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