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.
With the second round now upon us, Adam Hess takes a shift with Sam, John and myself to discuss the playoffs to this point. As always, no subscription is needed for the podcast, and can be grabbed after the jump.
It was only five games ago we lowered the shark cage and let @AnthraxJones snarl and yell and chew on the bars Not much has changed since. Here’s what he had to say then. Nathan MacKinnon is on a 110-point pace, even though he missed a little time. Why has he become Asgardian this season? […]
I liked Hess’s title last night, so I’m going to piggyback off of it. I’m sure he won’t mind. This isn’t the autopsy of the Hawks. We’ll have plenty of time for that come April 9th. Hell, we’ve already been doing it. There will be even more time to speculate about what lies ahead, or […]
vs. RECORDS: Hawks 28-29-8 Ducks 32-21-12 PUCK DROP: 3:00 PM TV: NBCSN Chicago UNDERGROUND DISNEYLAND OVERLORDS: Anaheim Calling After showing an actual pulse yesterday in the third period, after a comeback we hadn’t seen in a very long while, and after an actually stirring win (though signifying nothing), the Hawks reward is to huff it […]
Somewhere in the second period of last night’s horrifically dramatic and exciting, if not brilliantly played, Gold Medal game between the US and Canada, I had a pretty sobering thought: This is most likely the last hockey game I’ll have any emotional investment in until October. Oh sure, there’s the minimal emotional investment of rooting against someone
Let’s start this with a story, one that exemplifies how childish, petty, and vitriolic being a sports fan can be. But hopefully, if you work out these kinds of emotions in this arena, you don’t apply them to the rest of your life where people close to you might get hurt. I said, “hopefully.” It’s […]
Both of the Western Conference’s games went to overtime last night, and both series were evened at two games a piece as they head back to Dallas and San Jose respectively.
We keep moving along through the river, well to be more apt this underground garbage fire of a preview that is slowly encroaching on nuclear waste, to the forwards of the St. Louis Blues. And once you get past the first line, it gets pretty automaton, but you probably already knew that. It’s a raft […]
None of what comes in this post is going to be much of a surprise to you. After reading us breaking down the entire Ducks team, you probably know where we think this is headed. But thanks to the NHL and their infinitely genius scheduling, we’ve still got time to kill. So let’s look into […]