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, 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!

If you do want to keep on top of all of the podcasts, you can always subscribe to The Hockey Show podcasts by clicking on this link. This will subscribe you via an RSS feed so that you can keep on top of any news shows uploaded to the site. Easy, right?

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 of Beans and I talking hockey. I promise. Email me here if you have questions or concerns.

Without further adieu, here are the podcasts!

September 12, 2019: Episode 364
Tee­bz goes one-on-one with one of the new Bisons net­min­ders as Tyler Brown makes his first vis­it to The Hock­ey Show! Tyler is a WHL grad­u­ate after spend­ing his career with the Regi­na Pats and Saska­toon Blades after Regi­na recruit­ed him from the MMJH­L's Win­nipeg Wild fol­low­ing a cham­pi­onship sea­son there! Tee­bz talks to Tyler about grow­ing up in Winnipeg, his time at Dako­ta Col­le­giate, play­ing with the Win­nipeg War­riors and Win­nipeg Wild, mov­ing to Regi­na and suit­ing up with the Pats, Pats coach and GM and for­mer Win­nipeg Jets coach John Pad­dock, a few key games where Tyler was a star, his trade to the Saska­toon Blades, mov­ing home to join the Bisons, and more! There’s a lot to go over with Tyler as we meet one of the goalies who will back­stop the Bisons men's team this season!

September 5, 2019: Episode 363
The Hockey Show is proud, honoured, privileged, and humbled to welcome Sally Tarabah, manager of the Lebanon national women's ice hockey team, to the show! Teebz talks to Sally about emigrating to the US, finding hockey as the sport she loves, moving around the US and getting into hockey, and her work in starting up the Lebanon national women's team. It's in this portion where we learn about the tryouts she's held, the challenges she has overcome and is facing, what it takes for Lebanon to get into the IIHF to be a member and play in IIHF-sanctioned tournaments, and potential upcoming exhibition games.

August 29, 2019: Episode 362
Teebz and Beans start with Bisons Sports as the season opens for one team this weekend while others begin their preseason schedules. There are some new faces, returning faces, and new additions that should be highlighted, and one former Bisons men's hockey player has found himself a new home for this season. The Jets, Lightning, and Hurricanes all signed players. Two Winnipeggers made a national team. UBC welcomes the NCAA to Thunderbird Arena. Sportsnet cuts a couple of key guys from their broadcasts. A Friend of the Show signed to play in a new league with a new team. An arena got a new name. And we'll run down some key upcoming episodes that you may want to circle on the calendar.

August 22, 2019: Episode 361
Teebz and Beans welcome Carla Bertsch, Sexual Violence Support Advocate at the University of Calgary, and she's working with the Calgary Dinos athletes to educate them on a number of important topics such as sexual violence, gender socialization, consent and hazing prior to the 2019-20 school year. So far, the reviews from the Dinos women's hockey team, the first team to complete the training, have been excellent, and, with hockey season starting shortly and other sports gearing up for the winter, Beans and I knew we had to speak with Carla. We welcome Carla to the show and we talk hazing, sexual violence through hazing, homophobia in sports, racism in sports, and more as we get smarter about something that no one ever wants to discuss. It's a far more serious show than we usually run, but this is a topic that everyone should be able to discuss with athletes, coaches, and fans, and we start that discussion tonight with Carla Bertsch of the University of Calgary!

August 15, 2019: Episode 360
Teebz and Beans go over all the major news stories over the last month as our Summer of Interviews takes a week off. There has been significant news generated from all over the hockey world since we last checked in mid-July, so it's time to get back to basics and work through these stories. Among the topics tonight is the inactivity with the RFAs in the NHL, Calgary got a new arena using significantly more public funds than had been previously proposed, the Brandon Wheat Kings and Winnipeg Ice finalized their coaching staffs for the upcoming WHL season, Tampa Bay put all of its eggs into the Vasilevskiy basket, the Islanders appeared poised to move into the Belmont area, and we squeeze in a few other relevant matters on tonight's show!

August 8, 2019: Episode 359
Tee­bz and Beans are thrilled to have Kelsey Neu­mann back on the show tonight hot on the heels of her sign­ing with the NWH­L’s Buf­fa­lo Beauts today! We talk to Kelsey about every­thing that went on in the last year when she was play­ing for the Lady Hur­ri­canes, get­ting ready for anoth­er school year in Buf­fa­lo, coach­ing in Buf­fa­lo and else­where, coach­ing with some big names, learn­ing from some big names, work­ing with Lift The Mask, cheer­ing on the Hur­ri­canes and Check­ers in their respec­tive play­off runs, and the ever-chang­ing world of wom­en’s pro­fes­sion­al hock­ey now that the CWHL is gone!

August 1, 2019: Episode 358
Teebz picks up where he left off last week as Part Two of the interviews from the Sami Jo Small Hockey School happen today! Teebz sits down with Manitoban Paige McArthur who spent time with the Pursuit of Excellence before coming home for a season with the MFMHL's Central Plains Capitals, and talks to Paige about her career thus far, going to the NCAA next season, and we get interrupted by a studio audience as her players at the Sami Jo Small Hockey School drop in to cheer on Paige and deliver hugs! Teebz then chats with Sami Jo Small in an honest conversation about her life, the CWHL, the Toronto Furies, and where she sees women's hockey going after the creation of the Professional Women's Hockey Players' Association!

July 25, 2019: Episode 357
Teebz talks with Clarkson Cup champion and long-time hockey icon Jenelle Kohanchuk about her career, her retirement from hockey, what she's up to now, and what her future holds. After the break, Teebz chats with Alex McArthur who starred with the Pursuit of Excellence program in Kelowna before returning home to suit up with Central Plains Capitals of the MFMHL last season. Next season, Alex is off to the AUS with Dalhousie University, and we get to learn a little bit about her career!

July 18, 2019: Episode 356
Tee­bz and Beans, along with Skip­py, go over every­thing that’s hap­pened since the NHL Entry Draft back in June as we take a one-week break from the Sum­mer of Inter­views. We talk to John in DC about all the ongo­ings with the Islanders, all the free agent sign­ings, all the trades, and any oth­er play­er and per­son­nel moves from across the NHL and around the world. We’ll also look at some key sto­ries that have news you need to know, and some less­er sto­ries that may have climbed into the news!

July 11, 2019: Episode 355
With Beans off tonight, Teebz is humbled, privileged, honoured, and proud to welcome this proud Manitoban goaltender who backstopped Team Canada to the gold medal in Julianna Thomson! Julianna is an outstanding ice hockey goaltender who has played for the St. Mary's Academy prep team and Team Manitoba over the last few years, earning her a scholarship to the OUA's York University Lions next season and beyond! Off the ice, she starred for Team Manitoba ball hockey for a number of years, and she was recruited to play with Team Canada as one of their two goalies this year at the ISBHF World Championship in Slovakia where she and her teammates won the gold medal! Teebz talks to Julianna about her career, playing on ice versus playing on the floor, her trip to Slovakia, her participation in the Female World Sports School Challenge, and much more!

July 4, 2019: Episode 354
Beans and I are excited to welcome former Bisons captain, long-time impact player and outstanding defender, and soon-to-be-professional hockey player Erica Rieder to the show! Erica has been on the program before, but we get to examine her life and her hockey career a little closer as we find out all sorts of stuff about Miss Rieder. We talk about growing up in Regina, Saskatchewan and how she found herself attending the University of Manitoba, her career with the Regina Rebels where she was a standout defender, her time with the Bisons which saw her win a pile of awards and be invited to the Universiade Games, that 2018 U SPORTS National Championship she helped the Bisons win, and her new life in Sweden with MODO where she'll suit up with some very accomplished teammates!

June 27, 2019: Episode 353
Tee­bz and Beans are thrilled, hon­oured, priv­i­leged, hum­bled, and proud to wel­come back one of the women who led the Uni­ver­si­ty of Man­i­to­ba Bisons to the U SPORTS Nation­al Cham­pi­onship in 2018 in Finnish Olympian and the all-around amaz­ing Ven­la Hovi! The last time most saw her in these parts, she was named as the Female Ath­lete of the Year in 2018. Since then, she was draft­ed into the CWHL, played pro hock­ey with and against a pile of Olympians, won a Clark­son Cup, coached a few teams, won a IIHF Women’s World Cham­pi­onship, lost a IIHF Women’s World Cham­pi­onship, retired from international play, and still lived a fair­ly excit­ing life out­side all this stuff! This is why we want to talk to her, and we talk to her tonight about every­thing she’s been doing!

June 20, 2019: Episode 352
Beans and I are thrilled to welcome Darin to the show after he successfully out-witted, outplayed, and outlasted the other 15 entrants into the Survivor: NHL Playoffs contest. We excuse the Boston Bruins as the last team sent off the island before the celebration of Darin's victory begins. Once that died down, Skippy joins the three men in the booth as we have updates on the Hockey Helps The Homeless tournament scheduled for December 6, 2019 in Winnipeg. We get Darin to weigh in on all of the player movement and news from the NHL in the past week or so, and we talk about the NHL Awards and some of the great moments from last night's ceremonies.

June 13, 2019: Episode 351
The Hock­ey Show is proud, hum­bled, priv­i­leged, and hon­oured to wel­come a man whose lega­cy in the sports media world is filled with adven­tures and sto­ries, and we’re hap­py to bring some of them to light as we wel­come radio per­son­al­i­ty, author, and for­mer Sport­snet anchor Jim Lang to the show! Jim’s been in the radio busi­ness for years and is cur­rent­ly host­ing The Jim Lang Show, a morn­ing radio show on 105.9 The Region. You like­ly know him for his time with Rogers Sport­snet, but he's been doing some writ­ing! Jim co-wrote Bleed­ing Blue with Wen­del Clark, Shift Work with Tie Domi, and Every­day Hock­ey Heroes with Bob Macken­zie. We talk to him tonight about these books and his new book co-authored with for­mer NHL star defence­man Bryan Berard enti­tled Relent­less. We also get the skin­ny on Jim’s life, career, his unapolo­getic love of the Raiders, his pas­sion for wrestling, what a Rap­tors win tonight will mean to him and Toron­to, his thoughts on the Blues win­ning the Stan­ley Cup, and any­thing else we can squeeze into the hour!

June 6, 2019: Episode 350
Teebz and Beans talk about the ECHL's Newfoundland Growlers, led by former Winnipeg Jets rearguard Adam Pardy, capturing the Kelly Cup in a thrilling ECHL Final over the Toledo Walleye! We talk about that victory and some of the Winnipeg ties to that series as well as some other facts from the Final. From there, we look at the latest saga surrounding the Kelly Cup if you haven't heard those stories. The Calder Cup Final is underway and we have updates on the Manitobans playing in that series between Charlotte and Chicago. The Stanley Cup Playoffs continue, but it's all about whether Zdeno Chara can chew food or not. The Ottawa Senators hired an associate coach, but is he a head coach? We look at all the signings from all the leagues that have some name recognition, and we squeeze in some announcements about the "Summer of Interviews" as we start getting ready for a big summer!

May 30, 2019: Episode 349
Teebz and Beans run down the recent championship series and ongoing series. There's not a lot to say about the Stanley Cup Final yet, but the Blues changed their style and talk about this shift in style. There was a new hire in Canada West as the Lethbridge Pronghorns women's team has a new coach at the helm, and further north we saw the Oilers finally name their head coach. There's some instability and some potential expansion plans in the KHL to discuss. Finland dominates the world once more, and it's likely not going to stop any time soon. And we talk about Seattle looking at Boise and Palm Springs as AHL franchise locations!

May 23, 2019: Episode 348
Teebz and Beans send home Richard (SJS) and John (CAR) tonight after their runs in Survivor: NHL Playoffs came to an untimely end. The gents then talk IIHF World Championship with the quarter-final games going today and how Great Britain and Italy shocked the world in the round-robin. We take a peek at the Memorial Cup and the action happening out in Halifax this week and into the weekend. We touch on the great work by the Blues in incorporating Laila Anderson into the team, we touch on Ottawa's new head coach as DJ Smith was introduced today, and the guys, along with Skippy, make their Stanley Cup selections!

May 16, 2019: Episode 347
Beans and I get the boats to the main­land ready for Teri (NYI), Derek (CBJ), Travis (DAL), and Jared (COL) as these four entrants will be cast off Sur­vivor: NHL Play­offs island. After those four exit inter­views, we dis­cuss Timo Meier’s hand pass as Skip­py joins us in the booth, the NHL video review process, and how each of us would fix it. We look at Ger­many and Switzer­land equal­ing Russia’s efforts at the IIHF World Cham­pi­onship with these three teams remain­ing per­fect through the open­ing four games. We offer our thoughts on Ralph Krueger return­ing to the NHL. We talk about the announce­ments from the Hock­ey Helps The Home­less press con­fer­ence on Tues­day, and we wrap it up by dis­cussing the results of the Nation­al Abo­rig­i­nal Hock­ey Championship!

May 9, 2019: Episode 346
The Hockey Show is proud, honoured, privileged, and humbled to introduce you to Miss Amy Martin, one of Hockey Manitoba's best and brightest officials! Teebz and Jason Pchajek talk to Amy tonight about her officiating career, how she got started, some of the abuse she deals with, and a number of her accomplishments as we dig into her life in stripes! For those that don't know, the "brightest" portion of that comment above will also be highlighted as Amy is a rather gifted student who graduated from the Engineering department at the University of Manitoba, and her work in the classroom growing up makes her an amazing role model for young women interested in a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) career!

May 2, 2019: Episode 345
It's all about Survivor exit interviews tonight! Before we get Jeff Probst to snuff out the fire on each contestant's torch and utter his famous line, we'll give them 2-3 minutes of time to rant about how their teams failed in the biggest of ways, thereby letting each contestant down in their own spectacular way. We'll do this in the order of elimination as well to keep things straight. That order will be Elliott (TBL), Jason (PIT), Tyler (CGY), Tom (WPG), Ethan (NAS), Barry (TML), Andy (VGK), and Tracy (WAS). It's a mass exodus off the island as Round One exit interviews go tonight!

April 25, 2019: Episode 344
Beans and I are proud, honoured, privileged, and humbled to welcome Ryan Baillie, the Executive Director of Hockey Helps The Homeless, to The Hockey Show tonight as we learn about everything this amazing charitable group does in helping people in cities across Canada through hockey! We'll talk to Ryan about how he got started with Hockey Helps The Homeless, the work they do and why it's so important, how people like you can help out, and possibly a major announcement for the city of Winnipeg that Ryan may have. It should be a great chat about an incredible organization that does so much good work in the cities they're currently in, and we feel pretty lucky to have Ryan on the show tonight.

April 18, 2019: Episode 343
Beans and I are honoured and pleased to welcome Arneil Navarro, store owner of the Portage Avenue Pizza Pizza franchise, to the studio where we're talkiing everything that Pizza Pizza is doing in Winnipeg while the Jets and the Whiteouts have gripped the city in playoff madness! We'll get the scoop on everything happening with specials and deals on Pizza Pizza pies, talk to Arneil about his love of the Jets, and more before we dissect the Lightning's historic collapse, the Avs on the verge of dismissing the West's best team, San Jose's inability to keep the puck out of their net against the executioners known as Stone, Stastny, and Pacioretty, and more!

April 11, 2019: Episode 342
Teebz and Beans welcome Andrew Shefchyk, the Director of Marketing for Boston Pizza and the Enright Group, to the show and we talk to Andrew about all the great things Boston Pizza is offering Jets fans during this playoff run for the NHL team. After the chat with Andrew, we get into the playoff results from last night, the demise of the CWHL and what the next steps seem to be for professional women's hockey, how Canada is doing at the IIHF Women's World Championship, the KHL's Gagarin Cup Final is set, and whatever else we can squeeze into the hour!

April 4, 2019: Episode 341
For the sixth consecutive year, The Hockey Show on UMFM is proud to offer this exclusive contest! The Survivor: NHL Playoffs pool is a Survivor-style pool where one selects one of the contestants - in this case, an NHL team - from a random drawing board, and that's one's team for the contest. Entrants are only out when your team is out, so it follows the rules of Survivor to a tee! Congrats to all 16 entrants for getting in, and all the best of luck in this year's contest!

March 28, 2019: Episode 340
Teebz and Beans take a hard look at The Code in fighting after Montreal's Paul Byron was knocked senseless by Florida's MacKenzie Weegan and whether he should have had to have dropped the gloves in the first place. They discuss Drew Doughty's comments regarding Matthew Tkachuk and why a player on a non-playoff team needs to possibly keep his mouth shut when it comes to one of the better players on the Western Conference's best team. We also chat about the Lightning extended Jon Cooper at a bargain, the Jets crapping the bed against Dallas (again), the CWHL's Clarkson Cup championship that featured a number of Manitobans, Canada West alumni, and a former Manitoba Bisons star! All this and a large chunk time devoted to radio's best hockey contest comes your way!

March 21, 2019: Episode 339
Beans is joined by Teebz via phone and by Bryan Sveinson in-studio as the three gents discuss the U SPORTS Women's Hockey National Championship, the Men's Hockey National Championship in Lethbridge, three Golden Bears embarking on their professional careers, the Jets going to down to SoCal to thump the Kings and Ducks, the Flames wearing their retro jerseys for the playoffs!

March 14, 2019: Episode 338
Teebz and Jason Pchajek are live in PEI as they run through a full breakdown of the Manitoba-Guelph game that happened at 3pm AT/1pm CT and set fans up for Manitoba's second game at the U SPORTS National Championship. We talk about the other three games in Charlottetown at the U SPORTS National Women's Hockey Championship, and they talk about the U SPORTS National Men's Hockey Championship happening in Lethbridge!

March 7, 2019: Episode 337
The Hockey Show is proud, honoured, privileged, and humbled to welcome Rob Ullman back to the show! This Rob's third appearance on the show, and we have all sorts of discussion points to go over. They include Rob's thoughts on the Seattle NHL expansion team when it comes to name, colours, and adding a 32nd team to the league, some of the new alternate jerseys seen in the league, the uniforms worn at the Stadium Series, the Carolina Hurricanes and their post-game celebrations, retiring numbers versus honouring numbers and Rob's thoughts on Jarome Iginla's career that included a brief stop in Pittsburgh, and we'll talk about whether or not Gritty is the most famous mascot in history! There's lots to talk about with Rob, and we promote his incredible artistry through his website as well!

February 28, 2019: Episode 336
Tee­bz, Beans, and Jason Pcha­jek dis­cuss racism in hock­ey and how this keeps hap­pen­ing as it’s not the first time that we’ve seen this kind of treat­ment of African-Amer­i­can play­ers. We talk John Tavares return­ing to Long Island, we talk about who won the Win­nipeg High School Hock­ey League cham­pi­onship, we set you up for the epic Cana­da West Cham­pi­onship bat­tle between Man­i­to­ba and Alber­ta, and we talk about who else may be join­ing these two teams in Charlottetown.

February 21, 2019: Episode 335
With Beans having the night off, Teebz welcomes Alanna Sharman, Jordy Zacharias, and Alexandra Anderson to the show! We talk to Alanna and Sparky about their impressive careers and the obvious elephant in the room as these women will gear up for UBC on Friday. On top of that, we'll chat about the other series that features Alberta and Saskatchewan, a major pro-am tournament coming to Winnipeg, all-star selections from the conference, and more!

February 14, 2019: Episode 334
Karissa Kirkup and Lauryn Keen drop by the show tonight as we talk to these two graduating Bisons players! Teebz and Beans welcome the ladies tonight to talk about their careers, the Bisons' season thus far, possibly returning to the U SPORTS National Championship, and more when it comes to Bisons stuff. We also discuss Kendall Coyne Schofield and the NHL Skills Competition, the Assiniboine Park Polar Bears and their bid for the Chevrolet Good Deeds Cup that will benefit Siloam Mission where the Bisons volunteer, if the women noticed a difference in the Pronghorns after Michelle Janus was replaced by Parry Shocker, and their thoughts on Tuesday night's clash between Canada and the US!

February 7, 2019: Episode 333
Teebz and Beans welcome Jason Pchajek back to the show. The trio looks at the Leafs signing some marginal, fourth-line player to an absurd contract and how that affects the remaining young'uns who are approaching restricted free agency. They discuss the brawl in the AUS and what triggered it as we delve into a more serious subject, look at the final week of the Canada West season and what lies ahead for one of the two hockey teams who play out of Wayne Fleming Arena, get an update on the new roommate next season at Wayne Fleming Arena and how that's going, recap the 2019 Female World Sport School Challenge, discuss the players named to the Team Manitoba teams heading to the 2019 National Aboriginal Hockey Championship in Whitehorse in May, break down why Eugene Melnyk's plans for the Senators might be the signs of early on-set dementia, and set up the Jets and Canadiens tonight with a little Patrik Laine chatter in there.

January 31, 2019: Episode 332
NOTE: There were some technical issues with this episode being broadcast! Teebz and Beans discuss the first day of the Female World Sport School Challenge before breaking into the news that seemed to take no one by surprise as the Kootenay Ice will head east at the conclusion of the WHL season to set up shop in Winnipeg at the University of Manitoba as the Winnipeg Ice! They look at a group of 11 and 12 year-old girls from Winnipeg who are trying to win the Chevrolet Good Deeds Cup, the Jets were back in action against the Flyers and Bruins, try to convince the Jets/Moose to get Alberta Golden Bears star Luke Philp, Laine possibly playing with the wrong pair, the Jake Muzzin sweepstakes won by the Maple Leafs, and the Bisons meet up with UBC. It's another busy night of news and opinions as Teebz and Beans put The Hockey Show through its paces on-location at the BellMTS IcePlex tonight!

January 24, 2019: Episode 331
Teebz and Beans look at a handful of moves that Peter Chiarelli made that likely began to cement his fate as the Oilers sent him to the unemployment line. The gents discuss the other firing that happened on the same day as the University of Lethbridge dismissed women's hockey coach Michelle Janus and the entire situation surrounding her and the school. They talk about the Bisons men's and women's hockey teams and what they're up to this weekend, we're on the road for next week's show, and we discuss the worst secret in Winnipeg and how that may affect everything next season.

January 17, 2019: Episode 330
Teebz and Beans look at the plight of the Anaheim Ducks as they're currently mired in a 12-game losing streak but still find themselves in contention for a playoff spot, comedian Gerry Dee making women's hockey fans irate with his "Sports Reporter"-like promotional video for the CWHL All-Star Game, the Jets against the Nashville Predators with first-place in the Central Division up for grabs, the NHL announcing there will be no World Cup of Hockey in 2020, Jake Gardiner being booed by Leafs fans, the Bisons in action against the Regina Cougars, and a few other stories that have hit the wire this week.

January 10, 2019: Episode 329
Teebz and Beans welcome Murat Ates of The Athletic who covers a lot of the Winnipeg hockey scene to The Hockey Show this evening! Murat is doing an amazing thing on Saturday where he and a pack of volunteers will meet at the Good Will Social Club at 625 Portage Avenue from 2-5pm where they'll make Valentine's Day cards for women and children currently staying at shelters! This is one of the best ideas of altruism UMFM has seen in a while! We talk to Murat about the event on Saturday before getting into Patrik Laine's goal-scoring woes and why he seems to be struggling, Elliotte Friedman's comments about how Brandon Tanev might be the odd-man out come free agency this spring, the Jets having three games in-hand on the Predators with a January 17 showdown looming, Sergei Bobrovsky being suspended by the Blue Jackets, and Murat's thoughts on the NHL All-Star jerseys revealed yesterday made out of plastic fished out of the ocean!

January 3, 2019: Episode 328
Teebz flies solo tonight as he rants about the Canada-Finland game before bringing in GM Jared for a special report on the Jets skills competition! From there, Teebz talks about the Canada-Finland game at the Spengler Cup, the Edmonton Oilers and their bumbling GM, the Jets and their upcoming schedule (plus having two games in-hand on the Predators), the Bisons squaring off against their arch-nemeses in the Alberta Pandas, the Jets and Flames getting set to do battle in Regina outdoors next season, and the 2020 NHL All-Star Game going to St. Louis.

December 27, 2018: Episode 327
Teebz and Beans go over some of the Spengler Cup information from the past two days, try to figure out why Zach Fucale's performance at this tournament never translates into chances in North America, and exactly who Canada will likely face in the semi-final. We also look at the World Junior Championship results from the first day-and-a-half, get everyone set for the Jets and Flames as the two Western Conference division leaders clash, and we have a quick discussion about the Hurricanes wearing the colours of the Whalers.

December 20, 2018: Episode 326
With Beans needing to get to an appointment, Teebz brings in three MVPs of Bisons Sports when it comes to the broadcasts they produce! The first man is Mike Still, writer and host for Bisons Sports and events, and he used to be part of the UMFM family when he co-hosted a show on the station. The second man is a fantastic radio host who currently occupies the Wednesday timeslot from 6pm to 6:30pm as Neil Noonan from Game of Runs joins us under his Bisons Sports role of webcast coordinator! The third guest is the guy who keeps us all sane as he handles all the social media and regular media requests as John Gaudes joins us as well! Together, these three men are the guys who produce most of the Canada West broadcasts of Bisons Sports as well as doing a lot of the YouTube, Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook stuff you may see on social media platforms. We'll talk to them about all their responsibilities, how basketball and football are their favorite sports, and more!

December 13, 2018: Episode 325
Beans and I are proud, honoured, privileged, and humbled to welcome Karissa Kirkup back to the show! We talk to Karissa about the season thus far, her work doing her teaching practicum, how her brother Tyler is doing at Bemidji State as a member of the men's hockey team, and some of the charitable and community stuff that the Bisons women's team is doing over the holiday season! After that, we break into discussing the National Women's Under-18 Championship awarded to Morden and Winkler, the colour-changing hockey puck being used by the NHL, Manitoba's first all-accessible rink at Dakota Community Centre and how Manitoba seems way behind on accessibility for all, and we look at ESPN examining the health inspector reports for the major four sports in North America!

December 6, 2018: Episode 324
Teebz and Beans welcome Jason Pchajek to the show to discuss Seattle joining the party, the Coyotes looking for someone to share the losses, the Panthers looking at options, why the Senators will always be in Ottawa, Chuck Fletcher taking over in Philly, William Nylander's insane contract structure, Modano telling Hitchcock to play McDavid on the penalty-kill, an article that Jason wrote about Bisons men's hockey and where that season seems to have gone off the tracks, and Canada West women's hockey notes!

November 29, 2018: Episode 323
Teebz and Beans visit Keith Bodley Arena to cheer on the Sanford Sabres! After winning Division 2 in the Winnipeg High School Hockey League last season, the Sabres were promoted to Division 1 where they're finding out that the big schools don't play very nice with the new kids. Beans and I will sit down with a few players and/or coaches from the squad tonight after they get off the ice as we talk to them about their season and an upcoming tournament in Brandon. We also chat with amazing young lady Skylar Ferguson as we get the low-down on everything she's doing in the community!

November 22, 2018: Episode 322
Teebz goes one-on-one with Kelsey Neumann! Kelsey has been all over the North American map playing hockey, starting in Texas and taking her to North Carolina with all sorts of stops in between those locations! We hear about her growing up in a non-traditional hockey market, how she became a goaltender, some of the places she's played, her NCAA career, her professional career, and her work off the ice with a ton of people whose lives had been made better because of her! We also hear about a time in her life when she nearly quit hockey, and this is a story she's never spoken about before so you hear an exclusive on The Hockey Show! Kelsey's also an ambassador for mental health initiatives, and Teebz has posted some resources for those who may be seeking some help on Hockey Blog In Canada!

November 15, 2018: Episode 321
Teebz and Beans cover the reduction in the suspension to Tom Wilson, Josh Morrissey's bodyslam on TJ Oshie and why he should have received the same punishment as Florida's Mike Matheson, Gavin McHale becoming a household name for one night, Tristan Jarry scoring a goal, Gary Bettman's zero interest in expanding the playoffs, Tanner Pearson and Carl Hagelin switching teams and jerseys, Blake Wheeler finding his game while wearing a moustache, the Bisons facing UBC, and much more!

November 8, 2018: Episode 320
Teebz is joined by Jordyn Zacharias and Alanna Sharman this week as they look at all the major stories that came out of hockey. They discuss the Brendan Lemieux suspension and whether two games was enough for incident, concussions and protecting the head in general in hockey, the Ottawa Senators and their Uber ride, privacy as a player and whether the two ladies enjoy the attention of fans and media, the Bisons women's team host the Lethbridge Pronghorns while the men travel to southern Alberta, the 4 Nations Cup is happening in Saskatoon, and we'll see if the ladies agree with assistant coach Rob Voth on where he'd like to see the team in the standings at the December break.

November 1, 2018: Episode 319
Teebz sits down with Rob Voth, Bisons women's hockey assistant coach, to quiz the coach on how he started coaching, how the opportunity with the Bisons came about, what he envisions this current season's Bisons doing in terms of success, how the U SPORTS National Championship was for the coaching staff last season, and much more.

October 25, 2018: Episode 318
Teebz and Beans look at the results of last night as the Jets battled the Maple Leafs last night, and we need to ask if the Jets are pretenders or contenders based on their early play. The Bisons men's and women's hockey teams have been battling, and we queue up those games this weekend including a special game on Saturday where fans attending can win prizes! We also saw the first professional points scored by a former Bisons player, Crosby and McDavid went head to head, and Jordin Tootoo retired from hockey after a great career!

October 18, 2018: Episode 317
Teebz and Beans do their Pledge-O-Rama craziness! Regarding hockey, we talk about concussions and how to make the game safer if possible, and we get GM Jared sitting down and joining the discussion!

October 11, 2018: Episode 316
Teebz and Beans talk a little hockey, give you information on how to see a concert for free, talk about your pledges and why they're important, and go over everything involved with Pledge-O-Rama for 2018!

October 4, 2018: Episode 315
Teebz and guest host Jason Pchajek do a Canada West women's hockey preview as they try to predict the conference standings and who will represent the conference at the National Championship in PEI in the spring! They also look at the Tom Wilson suspension for one-quarter of the season and whether it was right and the Brad Marchand-Lars Eller fight in the opening game last night in Washington.

September 27, 2018: Episode 314
Teebz and Beans discuss Gritty and his nightmare-inducing look, other mascots that have been ranked on ESPN's mascot ranking list, Philly's Jori Lehtera being questioned as part of an ongoing Finnish cocaine investigation, Bisons men's hockey starting this week on the road in Calgary against the Dinos, Hockey Manitoba ruling that a team of Grade 9 students cannot take part in the upcoming Winnipeg High School Hockey League, Zack Smith and his $3.25 million salary being waived in Ottawa and the fallout there, Seattle getting their arena plans approved, and much more!

September 20, 2018: Episode 313
Teebz and Beans look at the new deals for Blake Wheeler, Josh Morrissey, Darnell Nurse, Sam Reinhart, and Tyler Seguin and try to figure out which of these players will give their respective teams the most bang for the dollars spent. They talk about the Jets new Aviator jerseys and why Teebz thinks someone from True North Sports and Entertainment owes the Johnstown Jets an apology. The Jets have started the preseason and there were games in China, so they chat about those as well. They discuss the Bisons playing the last few preseason games they have on the weekend. The Brandon Wheat Kings start their WHL season tomorrow, the DEL season is underway, and the KHL season is rolling, and they all get a mention!

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