Entries in New York Rangers (9)
Okay, so recently I went on a trip to the south where the weather is always warm and ice rinks are a mythical creature. Fine, not really seeing as Florida, one of the places that I stopped, has two NHL teams plus a bunchaother teams. But in all honesty, hockey isn't very big the further south you head. And that's why I packed a bunch of hockey tee shirts and paraded myself around waiting to see what people would say.
Mind you, I was on a cruise ship, that left from NYC, so you would assume this would be skewed, that I would run in to crazy amounts of Atlantic and Northeastern Division fans, but no I didn't. So disappointed hockey fans!
It’s time for the yearly Body Issue published by ESPN Magazine. They call it an exhibition of the finest athletes in sports, I call it the one time of year hockey isn’t forgotten about (HA! you thought I was going to be dirty). It’s true. So often the NHL is brushed to the side for other sports and as an NHL fan, I feel kinda shafted. The hard working men end up being ignored, but once a year the NHL is featured, in its naked glory.
This week Brandon and Peter discuss the conference finals, rehash their feelings about the Coyotes and talk about some rather bad decisions made by politicians.
-Riot Fest East is reduced from three days to one day
New York v. New Jersey
Phoenix v. Los Angeles
Songs Featured In This Episode:
Intro: The Deadly Rhythm by Refused
The Shadow of Greed by Oiltanker
Media Blitz by The Germs
Platypus (I Hate You) by Green Day
Serfs Up by DC Fallout
The Conference Finals are in full swing and we have, from Puck Daddy and Backhand Shelf, Ryan Lambert on to break down each series. We also talk about the shot-blocking discussion, the announcement of the Riot Fest(Chicago) lineup, and more.
The only exception for "we"
The cheese represents the bonds of our community!
Music Featured This Week:
(The Intro this was) What We Became by No Trigger
Do You Really? by Los Bungalitos(their new record should be available June 5)
Hit Machine by The Deal
Hit Machine by Guttermouth
I want to Conquer the World by Bad Religion