The Hockey Show Podcasts

This page is where you can find all of the podcasts for The Hockey Show, a radio show done by myself and my good friend Beans, each week on Thursday nights on 101.5 UMFM from 6:00PM to 6:30PM Central Time. You can listen live by clicking on the link in the menu on the right or by clicking here!

We'd love for you to contact us with comments, questions, fan mail, hate mail, show topics, and anything else that you'd like to hear on our broadcasts. You can do so by emailing us at HockeyShowUMFM@shaw.ca, by hitting us up on Facebook at either my page or Beans' page, or by tweeting your thoughts to us at @TeebzHBIC. Of course, we'd love a phone call or two as well, and you can reach us when we're on the air at (204) 269-8636!

As for the podcasts, they are listed below, and I'll update this page with the new podcast each week once it goes live. If you don't see the newest show on here right away, please DON'T FREAK OUT! I appreciate the listenership and I want to get your your latest fix of The Hockey Show, so just be patient. It'll be up as soon as humanly possible!

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As for the individual shows, you can find them below. Just click on the episode you want, and you'll be able to download the .mp3 of the episode. PLEASE NOTE: I've moved the podcasts to my Google Drive to help alleviate some server space issues at the radio station. Google Drive's antivirus only successfully scans files that are sized 25mb or less. Because the shows are approximately 30-60mb in size, you may see a screen like this.
Please do not be alarmed! It's just Google's way of inciting a riot (that's a joke). All Google is telling you is that their antivirus programming on Google Drive cannot scan the file because it's larger than 25mb. I assure you that I'm never going to post a virus on any of these podcast links, and all you'll get is an .mp3 file download people talking hockey. I promise. Email me here if you have questions or concerns.

Without further adieu, here are the podcasts!

September 29, 2022: Episode 523
It's the Canada West Hockey Preview Show! With the Canada West Coach's Poll results revealed on Wednesday, Teebz and Jason compare their own notes in determining placements to that of the coach's poll as the two hosts try to figure out who finishes where. The hosts talk about who is playing where this season as recruiting classes were large for some programs, they examine preseason results to validate their beliefs, and they come up with placements for all nine teams in both men's and women's hockey as the nine Canada West schools look to add a National Championship banner to the rafters of their respective arenas. And just because we like to drop teasers, there's a major announcement during the show that may be of interest. September 22, 2022: Episode 522
Teebz and Jason start with a segment that's quickly becoming a weekly feature as Hockey Canada Madness continues at Canada's governing hockey body. Our hosts talk about the recent survey Hockey Canada sent out and why it's significantly flawed when it comes to the data Hockey Canada is collecting. Following that, the gents talk about who's next on the subpoena list from the Canadian Heritage Committee, how Hockey Canada's action plan is nothing more than self-serving words right now, the emerging problems with Jokerit as they look to transition back to Liiga hockey in Finland, the Oilers and Jake Virtanen, Vegas going gold, the proper nomenclature for jersey sponsors, the WHL seeing helmet sponsors, a big win for one team, Arizona's potentially disrespectful promotion, and the PHF's Metropolitan Riveters' insane schedule!

September 15, 2022: Episode 521
To start Season 11, Teebz and Jason break down and discuss more Hockey Canada craziness that shows just how far back Hockey Canada's slush fund has been in use along with a player agent who spoke to TSN about his client's involvement in the 2018 alleged sexual assault. Beyond that, our hosts talk about the problems with the Saddledome with a new development that's been kept hush-hush, a women's team opting for a less traditional hockey venue and the associated problems with this idea, some player signings, a jersey announcement, a new NHL coach, five exceptional Americans who are getting a special distinction, changes to university arenas, and the naming of a captain that saw a province move 40 years in the past.

September 8, 2022: Episode 520
Teebz and Jason once again tackle the insane amount of denial and stupidity coming out of the Hockey Canada offices that seems to be a weekly thing now. Our hosts discuss Andrea Skinner's comments on TSN and TSN's refusal to push back on her entirely-false statements, an investigator was named to dig into the 2003 sexual assault claim by an independent group, the wrap-up for the 2022 IIHF Women's World Championship, a Manitoban is going national, the loss of a former Winnipeg Jets star who had incredible Twitter game, the Arizona Coyotes and some rather incredible claims, a new name for Simon Fraser University's teams, and a rather interesting tactic used by Sergei Fedorov in the KHL!

September 1, 2022: Episode 519
It's Teebz vs. the world tonight as our host is on his own with Jason being off. Teebz talks about the IIHF Women's World Championship and how Canada is doing in its quest to defend its gold medal, Hockey Canada's baffling defence of its executives yet again, a major hiring in Hamilton, an inexplicable name for a team, a celebration of a silver medal, Sweden doubling-down on its promise, Brandon hiring a new GM, the reason why Mike Babcock resigned, a Canada West team already playing games, and more!

August 25, 2022: Episode 518
Teebz and Jason will go over all the highlights and news from Day One of the IIHF Women's World Hockey Championship while drawing attention to a few key pieces of information one should know while watching the event. In addition to that tournament, our hosts discuss Hockey Canada's ongoing idiocy when it comes to tripping over their own landmines, the status of the investigations into the crimes committed in 2018 and 2003, the final tally from Edmonton's recent hosting duties, the 2024 World Cup of Hockey, Carey Price's future, signings in Carolina and Vegas, a player who won't return to Columbus, and a pile of other stuff as we close out August.

August 18, 2022: Episode 517
Teebz and Jason discuss the new leadership at Hockey Canada, the CBC report that found out that Hockey Canada's lawyers were manning the misconduct hotline, Team Canada's Women's World Championship roster and the upcoming tournament schedule, Team Canada's Para Women's World Challenge roster and schedule, the AHL's Coachella Valley Firebirds will be without a home for a while, the new U-Prairie Challenge and why that's good for university sports, the ECHL's Savannah Ghost Pirates have a player and a mascot, Team Hungary has a new coach, the Jets are retiring two numbers despite one being not a number the player really wanted, $400 hockey sticks(!?!), and a hockey network is turning off the lights on September 1 much to the delight of our hosts.

August 11, 2022: Episode 516
Teebz and Jenna get you up-to-date with everything in the world of hockey! Among the stories discussed tonight, Jenna updates us on her adventures in Inuvik where she's settling into the hockey scene nicely, Boston works to put the band back together, New York has a new captain, the Arizona Coyotes continue to take their lumps on this program, Joe Thornton has a number of retirement opportunities if he chooses, Jennifer Wakefield joins a new team, there's a discussion about the Calgary Wranglers' new logo, former UBC netminder Rylan Toth signed a professional deal, former Pandas forward Alex Gowie has a new job, the MacEwan Griffins women's program has a new coach, and there's some sad news at the end of the show as we pay tribute to a young man who captured the hearts of the hockey world during the playoffs.

August 4, 2022: Episode 515
Teebz welcomes back Buffalo Beauts forward Autumn MacDougall to the show! Autumn has been extremely busy since we last spoke to her in 2020 as she has a professional hockey career established in the PHF while using her time to benefit the hockey scene in Nova Scotia, the Maritime provinces, and in Buffalo. Teebz chats with Autumn about the changes in the PHF, changes on the Beauts, coaches who have left a lasting impression on her, her new coaching and training career, her merchandise line (more on that below), charity work, and a pile of other stuff that has kept her busy since graduating from the University of Alberta!

July 28, 2022: Episode 514
Before we start, it should be noted that this is a PG-rated episode. As the Hockey Canada scandal continues to set off new fires within the walls of Hockey Canada as their executives sit before a House of Commons committee, Teebz and Jason bring everyone up to speed on what has been said, what has or hasn't been done, and the fallout from these decisions. There have been multiple witnesses that have testified in front of the committee - Hockey Canada CEO Scott Smith, former Hockey Canada CEO Tom Renney, Hockey Canada chief financial officer Brian Cairo, insurance broker BFL Canada CEO Barry Lorenzetti, and Danielle Robitaille of Henein Hutchison LLP - and there have definitely been some testimonies that haven't helped Hockey Canada's case. Teebz and Jason talk about what was said, highlight some of the inconsistencies in testimonies, and look at the bigger picture of sex crimes in hockey and sports overall.

July 21, 2022: Episode 513
Teebz had the privilege of sitting down with three of the instructors at the camp as he spoke with Jenelle Kohanchuk, Susie Yuen, and Billy Bridges! We get updates on Jenelle's busy life and her new hockey camp that she's running. Susie talks about her time playing at the 1990 Women's World Hockey Championship, coaching the Chinese national women's team, and some of the impact that had on hockey. Billy discusses some of the current challenges that sledge hockey in Canada faces, whether he's thinking about a seventh Paralympics appearance in 2026, and how to grow the game of sledge hockey a little better so that more people can play.

July 14, 2022: Episode 512
Teebz and Jason look at the bigger names in the NHL who opted for a change of scenery through free agency and figure out why that may have happened. They'll also discuss some re-signings, trades, and moves around the NHL that will change the fortunes for a few teams. Beyond that, the Minnesota Wild are doing something great, Hockey Canada is taking a mulligan, a Regina Cougars forward is on the move, former Alberta Golden Bears are on the move, a Winnipeg Ice coach is on the move, the Arizona Coyotes' schedule is ridiculous, are there are some major tournaments coming up in and around Winnipeg!

July 7, 2022: Episode 511
With Jason off for the night, Teebz sits down with Mount Royal Cougars forward Sydney Benko to talk about life as a member of the Calgary Fire, as part of the Rocky Mountain Raiders as seen to the left, and with the Mount Royal Cougars. They discuss stats and accolades, facing old teammates, being named to Hockey Alberta summer camps and how that elevated her game, being recruited (or not?) by Mount Royal, starting university during a pandemic, her university career highlights to date, and a pile of other stuff. We also squeeze in her Survivor: NHL Playoffs exit interview after Tampa Bay was dismissed!

June 30, 2022: Episode 510
Trophies and medals were handed out all week as the Calder Cup, Stanley Cup, Memorial Cup and the ISBHF World Championships all came to an end. There were some Manitobans and former U SPORTS people who made an impact on those rosters this year, so Teebz and Jason chat about that. Beyond that, they talk about Hockey Canada's looming problems with sponsorship thanks to their horrendous handling of the recent sexual assault settlement, a former Panda has a new home this fall, a former MJHL star re-signs with a pro team, and the HHOF will induct six more people while largely ignoring the vast number of women who should be inducted.

June 23, 2022: Episode 509
With Hockey Canada under investigation, Teebz and Jason look at what was said, what was alleged, and some of the fall-out already seen from the Canadian government's examination of Hockey Canada's handling and settlement of a sexual assault case. Beyond that serious discussion, there was a CanWest signing in Sweden, the Stanley Cup Final continues, we're looking for a winner in the "Guess The Bison" contest, we'll attempt an exit interview with Bryan S. once again, the Canada West hockey schedule was released, and we'll try to squeeze in a pile of other news.

June 16, 2022: Episode 508
The NHL State of the Union address was given by NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman and NHL Deputy Commissioner Bill Daly, so Teebz and Jason go over the key points from that speech. They chat about the Stanley Cup Final that began last night, wrap up the IIHF U18 Women's World Championship with some thoughts, discuss the latest coaching hirings, a free agent goalie is already off the market, Bisons men's hockey has made a few signings while a peek at the schedule was revealed, the Calder Cup has its finalists, the Kelly Cup was awarded, and we offer up clues for the "Guess the Bison" contest.

June 9, 2022: Episode 507
Teebz and Jason talk about the IIHF U18 Women's World Hockey Championship happening in Madison, Wisconsin this week. Beyond that, the hosts chat about the Stanley Cup Playoffs and get Jenna on the phone for her exit interview for the Survivor: NHL Playoffs contest after Edmonton was swept by Colorado. They also touch on the Bruins firing Bruce Cassidy while talking about a potential rebuild, whether or not Cassidy should be interviewed by the Jets, and how Edmonton may have gotten farther this season, but all of the same problems exist. They finish with some of the hirings made this week, a Canada West reason to keep an eye on the ECHL, and that fun AHL quirk that might surprise people.

June 2, 2022: Episode 506
Teebz and Jason conduct exit interviews for the St. Louis Blues, Calgary Flames, and Carolina Hurricanes. Beyond that, one of the big topics tonight will be the City Council meeting happening in Tempe, Arizona where the Arizona Coyotes are presenting their case for a new arena in the city. We also chat about the insane Edmonton-Colorado series, a more normal Rangers-Lightning series, a familiar face being hired out east, the Devils promote from within, and the IIHF U18 Women's World Championship has a number of names we're familiar with thanks to the 2022 Female World Sport School Challenge!

May 26, 2022: Episode 505
Teebz and Jason get a couple of exit interviews completed today as more teams are moved off Survivor island in the Survivor: NHL Playoffs contest with Los Angeles from last week and Florida from this week making the long trek, the IIHF World Hockey Championship begins sending teams back to their respective countries as the medal round gets underway, and the AHL and WHL playoffs continue with Canadian teams vying for victory! Our hosts also discuss Jaromir Jagr's car accident, the NHL playoffs, what happens to non-champion "champions" gear, the first female skater selected to play in the WHL, and the PWHPA's potential new backers!

May 19, 2022: Episode 504
Teebz and Jason will be joined by Mike G., Rich G., Derek A., John M., Barry A., and Tyler D. tonight as each of these gentlemen will get an opportunity to air their grievances over their teams' early exits from the Stanley Cup Playoffs. Normally, we find these exit interviews occupy a good chunk of the show's airtime, but we'll do our best to keep things moving!

May 12, 2022: Episode 503
Teebz and Jason settle in for some chatter about the Nashville-Colorado series as Doris opted out of her exit interview tonight. We give our thoughts on the Predators' struggles against the Avalanche before chatting about the other seven series still being played, Venla Hovi's new gig, Erica Rieder's new opportunity, MRU seeing a coach move to a bigger opportunity, three Manitoba newly-named coaches who were some of the best to wear the Bisons' uniform, one Manitoba team who won a championship, one who is attempting a valiant comeback, and much more!

May 5, 2022: Episode 502
Teebz and Jason will weigh in with their thoughts on what Kevin Cheveldayoff did to earn a three-year contract extension, the vacant head coach and assistant coaches positions behind the bench, the various comments by players made to the media, and how this sets up what appears to be a rather critical summer for the Jets' general manager. Beyond that, we talk about Sweden and Finland asking its players to stand with its citizens in not playing in the KHL, we wrap up an incredible Female World Sport School Challenge, we chat about the opening games of the NHL's Stanley Cup Playoffs, and we get Jenna on the phone to talk a little bit about her MacEwan Griffins teammate Jordyn Reimer whose life was tragically cut short by a drunk driver.

April 28, 2022: Episode 501
We had some audio issues on this recording that led to Jenna's headset microphone not working and one of the players having her sound greatly reduced. Because of that, it sounds like it was just Teebz doing the interview, but Jenna was certainly there as we met Presleigh Giesbrecht, Reese Chuback, and Tyla Turnbull of the St. Mary's Academy Flames! These three graduating players are all moving on to post-secondary opportunities, so we'll hear about those along with finding out how their CSSHL seasons went, some career highlights for them, getting ready for the 2022 Female World Sport School Challenge, and more! The ladies did have to get going prior to the end of the show, though, so head coach Larry Bumstead stepped in to finish off the show in their place! We chat about the growth of the tournament, the return of the tournment, Larry's prediction on where the Flames will finish, and a few other things!

April 21, 2022: Episode 500
Teebz and Jenna invite you to enter our Survivor: NHL Playoffs contest tonight! After being away from the studio for two years, we return tonight to resurrect one of our favourite things we do as sixteen radio listeners will call in and be entered into the Survivor pool! For those that may have missed it, the full contest details are here, so click on that link and get reading so you can be ready to call in tonight and enter. The phone number to reach us, if you want to be part of this fun and goofy contest, is (204) 269-8636, and the phone lines will be open after we explain the contest on the air.

April 14, 2022: Episode 499
Get settled in as Teebz and Jenna go over all the major news stories such as the PWHPA-PHF split, why Auston Matthews' 50 goals in 50 games might be blown out of proportion, the Arizona Coyotes trying to win over Tempe city councillors, what Swedish players left behind in the KHL, the SDHL's final and awards, IIHF women's hockey news, Canada West women's hockey news, a little contest we call Survivor: NHL Playoffs, and much more!

April 7, 2022: Episode 498
Teebz and Jason handle the chatter tonight as Jenna is still out with a nasty, non-COVID, springtime bug! We'll be taking your calls as we discuss some of the bigger moments in hockey from the past week including the 2022 U SPORTS National Men's Hockey Championship results, a closer look at the Jay Beagle-Troy Terry situation and the problems surrounding that, U SPORTS having no clue who UBC's Rylan Toth is, the retirement of one of hockey's greatest voices, and whether the Flyers were right to scratch Keith Yandle at this point in the season. There are also a handful of congratulations and notable news pieces we need to mention as well, and there's an announcement for a couple of upcoming events!

March 31, 2022: Episode 497
Teebz goes solo tonight as he breaks down the games with highlights that led to the Golden Path Trophy being awarded this past weekend with an eye on how the UBC Thunderbirds and the Saskatchewan Huskies played throughout the tournament. Teebz also talks about the all-stars and MVP from the women's side, some stats seen at the tournament, the award winners in U SPORTS men's hockey, the bracket for that tournament happening at Acadia University in Halifax, TWU Spartan Talor Joseph making a name for himself in the AHL, the loss of Eugene Melnyk, Marc-Andre Fleury doing something not many do, and former Brock Badger Logan Thompson doing something awesome.

March 24, 2022: Episode 496
There are no rooms for losses as Teebz and Jenna break down all four quarterfinal games that will be played in Charlottetown. It should be noted that UNB and McGill will have already completed their game by the time we go to air thanks to us having to record the show remotely, so don't hold it against us if you already know that result. What should be noted is that Teebz and Jenna will pick their winners for this weekend as the two hosts prognoticate on who will win the Golden Path Trophy! They also discuss the IIHF U18 Women's World Championship, a Manitoba connection to the NCAA Women's Hockey Championship, Ève Gascon's appearance in the QMJHL and possibly another woman making a push for a goaltending roster spot in that league, the SDHL playoffs with respect to former Canada West players competing in that league, U SPORTS Award Winners, Canada West officials working in PEI, the IIHF Men's World Hockey Championship, U SPORTS men's hockey as the field heading to Halifax is starting to take form, a new Leafs jersey, and much more!

March 17, 2022: Episode 495
Teebz and Jenna have all the details as to who will go to Charlottetown for next weekend's U SPORTS National Women's Hockey Championship as there were games played this week that had immediate consequences on who would be invited from the six teams to the left to fill in the final three berths in PEI. Our hosts discuss those games tonight as well as ripping on Canadian sports media for ignoring U SPORTS in general, express their general dissatisfaction in the NHL's Gender Equality Month effort, talk KHL changes for next season, praise a member of Canada's para ice hockey team, opine on the emergence of a professional women's hockey league, update everyone on some great news from in and around Canada West, chat trade deadline deals, and get set for this weekend's hockey action across the OUA, AUS, and RSEQ as championship banners will be awarded in all three conferences!

March 10, 2022: Episode 494
Teebz settles in with all sorts of news and information from across the U SPORTS women's hockey landscape at Canada West and the RSEQ look to crown champions while the OUA and AUS are into semifinal action as Jenna's technical issues keep her off the grid for now. Teebz mentions some award winners out in Atlantic Canada, and there's a quick update on the men's side of things as well as we know who the two Canada West representatives will be. From there, he talks about a former Saskatchewan Huskies men's player who is doing big things in Poland, more KHL departures and the effects those are having on those playoffs, Phil Kessel's ironman streak, whether the NHL's Heritage Classic even matters anymore, Mike Babcock's future based on an interview he gave, he guesses at the hardest predictions yet, and more!

March 3, 2022: Episode 493
Teebz and Jenna look at all the teams, leagues, and players that have been affected by Russia's invasion of Ukraine before they discuss AHL goalie goals and some of the history from that league, the PWHPA getting closer than ever before to having a professional women's hockey league, more Canada West playoff chatter as four teams remain on both the men's and women's sides of things, examine the Canada West All-Star and All-Rookie Teams that were selected, and more!

February 24, 2022: Episode 492
Teebz, Jenna, and Jason dig into the four playoff series that will be seen. They start with the men's side of the coin as they look at Mount Royal hosting Regina and follow it with Saskatchewan hosting Calgary. The second-half of the show sees them break down the women's hockey series where Alberta hosts Regina and Manitoba welcomes Saskatchewan to town. All of the relevant stats, players, and news are discussed regarding the two teams who will play in each series while the hosts point out things to keep an eye on in each series. There's some fun chatter as they close the show off, but it's playoff time in Canada West - the best time of the year!

February 17, 2022: Episode 491
Teebz and Jenna look at all the news and information coming out of the Olympic hockey tournaments for both the men and the women with, of course, a focus on the gold medal game. They discuss records set, records tied, achievements made, all-stars, and MVPs. They chat about whether this is the best Team Canada women's team ever, growth of the game thanks to Sarah Nurse and Jamie Lee Rattray, possible changes needed at the Hockey Hall of Fame, a U SPORTS alumna who needs some company, marketing the game through school mentions, USA Hockey's coaching questions, opportunities to see the women play after the Olympics, upcoming IIHF tournaments, dumb IIHF comments, and an idea to make the men's entry from Hockey Canada more competitive.

February 10, 2022: Episode 490
Teebz goes one-on-one with the leading scorer for the Mount Royal Cougars and one of the leading goal scorers in the Canada West Conference as we meet Cougars assistant captain Tianna Ko! They chat about growing up in Calgary, playing minor hockey in Calgary, landing with Mount Royal, some of her career highlights, the evolution of the Cougars, the OT goal, and much more as we get to know Tianna Ko before she graduates!

February 3, 2022: Episode 489
Teebz and Jenna discuss the strategies of a few people and teams today including Evander Kane and the Edmonton Oilers, the Arizona Coyotes and Arizona State University, Canada, the US, the Guelph Gryphons men's hockey team, the Manitoba Bisons, Rocky Wirtz and the Chicago Blackhawks, Beijing, and the Olympics. How do these all fit together, you ask? They're all in the news this past week, so our two hosts will try to dig through the facts and make them make sense!

January 27, 2022: Episode 488
we meet this fantastic woman as Teebz and Jenna chat with Spartans captain Neisha Germann! We go over Neisha's illustrious career that includes growing up in Lloydminster, Saskatchewan, playing for the Lloydminster PWM Steelers in the AFHL, making the jump to the ACAC where she joined the Red Deer College Queens, some of her ACAC career highlights, moving to Trinity Western, joining the Spartans as one of their veteran players, some historic moments she's been a part of with that program, and more!

January 20, 2022: Episode 487
Teebz and Jenna break down China's very stringent tresting policies they're employing for the arriving athletes as the Olympics are a mere three weeks away, and this may affect a number of hockey players from the KHL after their widespread COVID-19 outbreak. Beyond that, they discuss Vegas Golden Knights owner Bill Foley making uniform changes and other Vegas news, the Tempe city council decision on the new arena and entertainment complex proposed by the Coyotes, Gila River Arena moving on from the Coyotes, Savannah, Georgia struggling with their arena, Eric Staal's comeback for an Olympic roster spot, the Regina Cougars showing that 15 is enough, and why the Canada West schedule may do more harm than good.

January 13, 2022: Episode 486
Teebz and Jenna go over the Canadian Women's Olympic Team, highlight the Manitobans who will skate for Canada in Beijing, and lament the fact that U SPORTS has just one representative with no others invited to the centralization camp. They have a discussion about the KHL suspending their season for a week over the large number of positive COVID-19 cases seen in players, and how this may really affect at least three Olympic teams who are looking to fill their rosters for Beijing. There's a breakdown of the Evander Kane insanity and why joining the Oilers is a bad idea. There's a chat about Hockey PEI's bad decision and the resolution to that decision. There's a quick hit as we get ready for the Bisons to tangle with the MacEwan Griffins. And we have both tributes and congratualtions for people we lost and people we enjoy seeing succeed.

January 6, 2022: Episode 485
Teebz, in a solo effort, focuses on the postponements that have happened across the U SPORTS calendars and what that means for schedules in those conferences. The postponed games has seen an exodus of OUA men's hockey talent leave Ontario for the professional game, and he breaks down why this isn't good for U SPORTS men's hockey. There were a couple of great stories this week of former U SPORTS athletes making their NHL debuts, and Teebz talks about the little-known secret called U SPORTS. There's a fun story about the shorthanded Portland Winterhawks, a fun story about the shorthanded Utah Grizzlies, and Teebz breaks down how the Winter Classic has lost its lustre.

December 30, 2021: Episode 484
The IIHF and Hockey Canada shook the hockey world to its core by announcing that the World Junior Hockey Championships were being cancelled after positive COVID tests were returned to the US, Russia, and Czechia, so Teebz and Jenna have a lot of questions surrounding this development. They also discuss a possible cancellation of the Olympics, possible Canada West cancellations, the questionable OHL reinstatement of Logan Mailloux, the Calgary Flames' owners cancelling their new arena, we get Jenna's thoughts on Paul Maurice leaving the Jets, we get more of Jenna's thoughts on the Winter Classic as she's had some experience playing in an outdoor game, and we end the show with some Happy New Year wishes for everyone.

December 23, 2021: Episode 483
We meet two extremely talented women who play for the Manitoba Bisons women's hockey team as Teebz sits down with Kylie Lesuk and Julia Bird for their first UMFM interviews! Kylie, formerly of the Eastman Selects in the MFHL, and Julia, formerly of the Winnipeg Ice in the MFHL, are both in their first years of eligibility with the Bisons, so it's an unofficial "Rookie Show"! We discuss their careers, things seen and heard around Wayne Fleming Arena regarding the Bisons, whether or not they’re worried about a premature end to the season, and a lot more regard­ing their first three months of Canada West hockey.

December 16, 2021: Episode 482
Teebz and Jason go over all the NHL players and teams who have players and staff in quarantine followed by looking at other leagues and other sports who have seen an explosion of cases with NHL involvement at the 2022 Beijing Olympics still up in the air. They follow that with a discussion about the Chinese men's hockey team being allowed to play at the Olympics, John Tortorella's time-travel problems and why we should celebrate the Zegras-Milano goal, the arena situations in Calgary and Arizona, and Bruce Boudreau's success in Vancouver.

December 9, 2021: Episode 481
Teebz sits down with two members of the OUA's Nipissing Lakers, the ninth-ranked team in the nation, as he welcomes goaltender Chloe Marshall back to the show and meets defender Madison Laberge! These two have been integral parts of Nipissing's success, and we'll get the 411 on why they've been so good. Teebz chats with Madison about growing up in Val Thérèse, a town 20 minutes north of Sudbury where she learned to play hockey, was a star in another sport, moving to Whitby for a year, finding success in Sudbury with the Lady Wolves, winning a gold medal, hosting an Esso Cup, and more! After having learned a little about Madison, the two players talk about playing for head coach Darren Turcotte, the demise of the Laurentian Voyageurs, playing alongside FISU-selected teammates Katelyn Heppner and Maria Dominico, a new recruit headed for Nipissing, and much more!

December 2, 2021: Episode 480
Teebz and Jason Pchajek dive right into the cancellation of the 30th FISU Winter Universiade Games and what it means for both the athletes and the city of Lucerne. From there, they discuss all the postponement of games across the OHL, AHL, and NHL, and they ask the hard question about NHLers going to China with the new travel restrictions seen due to the Omicron variant, the fate of the Chinese men's hockey team playing at the Olympics, a coach's career possibly being over with his dismissal, the biting suspension, the $100 million advertisement opportunity for the NHL, and Bisons men's hockey showing a little life in the their last couple of weeks of play in the first half of the season.

November 25, 2021: Episode 479
Teebz and Jenna discuss thoughts on MacEwan's first half of their inaugural Canada West season, they wish good health and quick recoveries to a couple players who were injured last weekend, and then they dive into the fashion show. They break down the new "Jersey" alternate jersey from New Jersey, the new look for Canada at the Olympics, Team USA's new uniforms, and Team Finland's new uniforms. They also chat about the new member of the Hockey Hall of Fame Committee and why this appointment is important, some historical perspective for women's hockey when it comes to the HHOF, the amazing start to the season for the Utica Comets, they circle back to a missed new uniform, and they highlight one official's busy December who has local ties!

November 18, 2021: Episode 478
Teebz and Jason Pchajek review Teebz's proclamation from one week ago as they review the games between the Bisons and Regina Cougars on the men's side of the coin. From there, they break down the Canadian men's and women's hockey teams who will head to Lucerne, Switzerland for the 30th FISU Universiade in December, they have a long discussion about the potential removal of the Chinese men's hockey team from the 2022 Beijing Olympics and what that could mean for hockey in that country moving forward, and they discuss how COVID protocols may affect athletes in China and whether or not the IIHF's decision on China could affect the Olympic Games in general.

November 11, 2021: Episode 477
Teebz is joined by Jason Pchajek on this Remembrance Day to examine what has gone right, what needs work, and what has to change for the Bisons men's and women's hockey teams to be successful this season. They discuss the impressive nature of the UBC Thunderbirds and Saskatchewan Huskies on the men's side before figuring out what the Bisons have to do to make the playoffs this season. They transition to the women's team by discussing how the Bisons have yet to put all three facets of the game - offence, defence, and special teams - together in any game thus far, and why this will be important with some tough games coming up. The second half of the show sees our hosts try to make sense of the complicated and convoluted math being used to achieve the U SPORTS Women's Hockey Top Ten which, in all honesty, makes no sense.

November 4, 2021: Episode 476
Teebz and Jason Pchajek have a serious discussion about the abuses seen and, in some cases, ignored in hockey that have found their ways into the game. Incidents discussed tonight involve sexual assault, hazing, and racism, and the two hosts look at the "win at all costs" mentality that often covers up some of these incidents, the power structure that silences these complaints, and the very few options that victims have when it comes to reporting abuses. They talk about how to change the culture through a discussion that involves accountability, independent investigation, and where to start if hockey culture is going to change.

October 28, 2021: Episode 475
Teebz sits down with Mount Royal Cougars captain Tatum Amy as we hear all about the Birtle, Manitoba native's life and career! Our host talks to Tatum about growing up in a town of 700 people, joining the MFHL's Yellowhead Chiefs at a very young age, a major highlight she accomplished there, being recruited by Mount Royal, why she chose Mount Royal, joining the squad, and writing her name into the history books with all the firsts she's accomplished as a part of the Cougars. Even more interesting is her volunteer work and her newest accomplishment of being named as one of six Canadian U SPORTS female hockey players in the Creating Coaches program, and we talk about all of that as well!

October 21, 2021: Episode 474
Teebz is joined by Jason Pchajek as they go over all the scores from the opening week of Canada West men's and women's hockey to start the show after making their broadcast debuts last weekend! From upsets to surprises to teams figuring themselves out, there were all sorts of storylines that began the 2021-22 season, and our hosts will examine what they may mean in the longer term. Beyond that, they question the importance of a U SPORTS Top-Ten list for men's hockey when a number of teams have yet to step on the ice, they dive into the Evander Kane suspension and situation with respect to the Sharks and Kane himself, they discuss a rather crazy idea put forth by a Vancouver company who wants to implement on-ice tracking of players in minor hockey, and they close out the show with a fun announcement about Bisons women's hockey on October 29 and 30!

October 14, 2021: Episode 473
Teebz is joined by Jason Pchajek and the oft-missed Jenna Thompson as these three hockey minds break down who left programs, who is returning to programs, who was recruited to programs, and how those nine Canada West programs will fare this season after missing all of last year. If you needed a primer to get into women's hockey, the hosts will disseminate all of the changes while dissecting each team and the chances each has in winning the Canada West championship banner. Just like last week, Jason and Jenna are asked "One Big Question" for each team that they'll debate as the hosts attempt to place the nine teams in the standings.

October 7, 2021: Episode 472
Jason Pchajek returns tonight to join Teebz in picking apart nine teams as they look for reasons each team will be successful along with a few why they may not find winning ways. They talk about returning players and the impact they may have, some of the key departures that may affect that hunt for success, some of the new players joining each squad and how they may change the fortunes of their respective teams, and Teebz asks Jason one big question about every team when it comes to how this season may play out. We also toss out a few predictions that may may eyebrows raise when predicting the final standings.

September 30, 2021: Episode 471
It is with great honour that Teebz welcomes back a former Bisons women's hockey player who is doing amazing things in her professional career in MoDo's Erica Rieder! Erica is back for a third season with the Swedish-based club, and we'll catch up with her on living in Sweden, playing for MoDo, how the opportunity came about for her to join the Swedish team, moving to Europe, her professional career, reunions with other former Canada West players, COVID-19 and how it affected MoDo, the 100th anniversary of the Swedish Ice Hockey Association, and a unique food item that Erica has grown to love since being in Sweden! There are career highlight moments, a discussion about a brawl, and conversation about playing against Olympians!

September 23, 2021: Episode 470
Head coach Jon Rempel sits down with Teebz to provide updates on training camp and preseason games in terms of how he's viewed both the progress of the team and the results in preseason games. They discuss the absent Polina Goncharova, his views on the three games the Bisons played against the Team Manitoba U18 squad, whether or not he sees the skill gap between prep and U18 hockey closing between his team and those teams, his takeaways in the two games against the Regina Cougars this past weekend, the addition of a transfer student, how the Bisons will travel when it comes to the COVID-19 situations in Alberta and Saskatchewan, the announcement of the U SPORTS-CBC deal and the impact it may have, what Jon will stress as important moving forward, how he may handle the bye weeks, preparation for the other eight Canada West teams, injuries and how they impact his lineup, what will make this season successful by Jon's measures, breaking "bad habits", some of the things we'll see within the Bisons' systems this season, players accepting roles, having foreign players settle into university life in Winnipeg, and the excitement for this season.

September 16, 2021: Episode 469
Teebz and Jason kick off the show with a quick remembrance of Norm MacDonald and his love of hockey and a birthday shout-out for Bisons women's hockey head coach Jon Rempel! With regards to the news, the co-hosts pick apart the craziness of Sylvain Lefebvre's decision to end his coaching stint with the Blue Jackets over his refusal to get vaccination. They try to justify the Arizona Coyotes hiring John Ferguson Jr. as their assistant general manager. They celebrate the IIHF creating a new tournament for four new women's national teams and discuss how this makes the women's game better. They point out why Jake Linhart's headline wasn't the actual story behind his decision to sign with Iowa that was celebrated by the media. They have an update on Robert Morris University's attempt to re-establish NCAA hockey. They write-off Jake Virtanen in the KHL. They welcome a new voice to Canada West women's hockey. And Teebz reminds everyone of the requirements for attending Bisons games this season as the doors are open for fans to come and watch preseason games!

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