It was bound to happen sooner or later, but in the doldrums of hockey’s summer off season it was time for a White Sox roundtable featuring Fifth Feather, Hess, newcomer AJ, and myself as moderated by Sam. Download it (without a subscription) or we’ll move the podcast to Sarasota.
You were promised Slak, but he was unavoidably detained. So instead you’ll have to deal with the Fifth Feather John, Sam, and I shouting at one another. Enjoy. As always, no subscription is required.
Oh buddy, we’ve got things. It’s a five-way round robin this time with Hess, Rose, Pullega, Sam and myself discussing just what in the hell transpired at the onset of this summer’s free agency period. Like always, no subscription is required for the podcast.
Sam, John Pullega, and myself discuss the draft aftermath (draftermath?) and looming free agency. As always, no subscription is necessary.
Earlier in the day, friend of the program Jay Zawaski wrote and went on air with Laurence Holmes stating that the Hawks were going to look to the trade market to improve their historically bad blue line, and threw out the names of either Justin Faulk or Calvin de Haan from Carolina, and the Hawks […]
Sam, myself, the Johns, Scottie, Luc, Ron Harper, Robert Chief…all discuss the future of the draft as it looms over everyone later in the week. As always there’s no subscription required for the podcast.
A tournament, a tournament, a tournament of lies.
Back in the traditional three man weave, we assess what’s transpired during the first round, and look ahead to the second. As always, no subscription is required to grab the audio after the jump.
In a very special installment of Live From The Five Hole, we join forces with Jay Zawaski and James Neveau from the Madhouse Chicago Hockey Podcast to bring you a lengthy, verbose, mostly coherent wrap of the the Hawks season that was, and a look ahead at the summer to come. As always, the podcast […]
There will be plenty of time for dissecting this fetid puddle of vomit of a season, but for now, it’s a five-way free for all, and it’s free as always.