Eddie and Doug do a great job every week. They are knowledgable, have well thought-out opinions, very enthusiastic and clearly love hockey. I enjoy hearing about all of the NHL teams because I don't get to follow a lot of teams other than my team, so their league overview in the first period is a great way to keep up with what's going on in the whole NHL.
They have been doing a weekly podcast for years. The Puck Podcast is definitely my favorite of the various hockey podcasts out there. I also enjoy the Hockey PDOcast, Hockey Central at Noon, and was a fan of Marek vs Wyshynski until they stopped recording it. I like a lot of the analytics podcasts and even listen to Dudes on Hockey, which is a fan podcast for the San Jose Sharks (and rivals of my team, the Kings). So I am familiar with what else is out there. But you won't find a better podcast week in and week out than the Puck Podcast. Eddie and Doug are super likeable and never talk politics, have a great rapore with each other, and are professional in their demeanor.
It might not seem like a big deal, but they start with the Off Ice Report re what has been going on in their lives the past week, and you really feel like you get to know them over the weeks and years. I wish this were a little longer, actually, but they spend a few minutes each talking about what is going on in their lives, which varies from typical life with their wives and families to very touching personal moments they are living through.
One person commented that the podcast was too long. That is unbelievable! First of all, they cover the whole league in depth. Secondly, podcasts are designed so you can fast forward them as you like. Part of what I like about the Puck Podcast is that the podcasts are in depth.