OctoPulse podcast: Farmington Hills' Megan Keller back on ice after record-setting game

The Detroit News

U.S. Olympic defenseman Megan Keller of Farmington Hills is the guest on this week's edition of OctoPulse. Keller talks about the record-setting attendance at Saturday's U.S.-Canada game in California, the progress of the women's game after the 3-on-3 event at the NHL All-Star Game and the upcoming world championships in Nova Scotia.

Here are some of the details from episode 17 of OctoPulse:

Farmington Hills' Megan Keller, center, celebrates the game-winning goal in Team USA's victory over Canada in the finale of the Rivalry Series in Anaheim.

2:20: Dylan Larkin on Brendan Perlini's scary injury

4:00: Jiri Fischer's cardiac arrest in 2005 

6:45: Rookie Gustav Lindstrom off to a good start

9:10: Interview with U.S. Olympic star Megan Keller

14:00: Keller on building a league of their own

18:20: Preview of the world championships in Nova Scotia

24:00: Red Wings' memories at Joe Louis Arena

28:00: Jack Hughes 11th in rookie scoring

30:00: Saturday matinee rematch in Boston

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United States' Megan Keller, second from left, celebrates her goal with Dani Cameranesi, from left, Emily Matheson and Annie Pankowski during the first period of a rivalry series women's hockey game against Canada in Hartford, Conn.