Context is the buzz word as Tom and I take on the issue of head shots, and who would want to be an NHL owner in light of what happened in Phoenix. Keep your head up!
This week on The Rink, everything is coming up bananacakes, as both Tom and I are having stellar starts to the season. But the Avs and Sabres aren’t the only things on our minds. Tom and I talk about the bottom end of the spectrum, which includes the Leafs, Red Wings, and Canucks, and we even delve into the dreaded trap. Enjoy.
Scott Wasilewski joins me in Tapeleg Studios for a podcast session that is at times serious, at times funny, and at times, I have no idea. We talk about the Senators and who is in goal, the Coyotes and their circus, Patrick Kane, and a host of other topics. I had a great time recording this, I hope you have a great time listening.
Scott looking happy, and modeling the Kelowna jersey:
I’m flying solo this week, and that means I get to talk about what I want to. The Stanley Cup has been handed out and the season is over, but there is still plenty of news in the NHL and around the minor leagues.
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The Rink takes a look at the Bettman state of the game address, the new guys hired by the Dallas Stars and Montreal Canadiens, and yes, even the Stanley Cup finals.
If the Playoffs aren’t going the way Tom and I want, do we still have to watch them? The answer is yes, but we can still complain about them. And news comes in fast and furious (finally) about the Coyotes situation. Tom and I have all the updates as the dogs see there day in court.
One series of round 2 wraps up while Tom and I record the podcast. the Capitals force game 7, and there is still a lot more to talk about. The Bruins take the beating while winning. there is other talk about movement, and we get in a lightning round, at least, as much of one as Tom and I do.
A Rink special edition. The Phoenix Coyotes have filed for bankruptcy, and tendered an offer from Jim Bassillie, who has been spurned by the NHL in the past. Lots of news coming in fast, but Tom and I discuss the implications and break down what this means for the league.