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

Without further adieu, here are the podcasts!

July 22, 2021: Episode 461
Teebz and Jenna begin by discussing Jenna's involvement at the Sami Jo Small Hockey School happening in Winnipeg and how much fun she's having before discussing Seattle's selections in the NHL Expansion Draft and why Seattle may not be a pushover. They chat about the AHL announcing home-opener dates for all the AHL clubs with a focus on the Canadian squads, the new multi-year media partnership between the CHL, TSN, RDS, and CBC and how that may work moving forward, Robert Morris University and hockey returning to the school as one of their former players lands in Canada West for next season, the Chicago Blackhawks hiring and elevating women within their organization with one woman having a direct tie to the University of Manitoba, and discuss three new logos for three teams in the WHL, AHL, and KHL to close out the show.

July 15, 2021: Episode 460
Teebz and Jenna welcome University of Regina Cougars women's hockey head coach Sarah Hodges to the program tonight, and there's a ton of stuff that we discovered about Sarah that neither of the hosts knew. Among the many things that Sarah Hodges has done in her life, we chat with her about being a hockey pioneer, moving west from Ontario to a tiny town in Wilcox, Saskatchewan, playing NCAA hockey with the Big Green at Dartmouth, being a track-and-field star at the university as well, earning two university degrees, and jumping into Canada West hockey while still being younger than 25 years-old! There's a fun discussion about her work as a head coach at the Canada West level and on the international stage with Hockey Canada and the IIHF, and there's a heartfelt answer about Emily Middaugh that Sarah gives following the tragic passing of Emily.

July 8, 2021: Episode 459
Teebz and Jenna give them a shout-out to the Tampa Bay Lightning for their Stanleu Cup victory before diving into a number of topics. Among them, they discuss Carey Price and if he'll ever win a Stanley Cup, is Price still the best goalie on the planet, should the Jets play the kids sitting in the pressbox after watching Montreal succeed with their young players, Kucherov vs. Vasilevskiy for the Conn Smythe Trophy, Patrick Maroon's importance to the Lightning, should the Jets contact Corey Perry about playing in Winnipeg, Vladimir Tarasenko wanting out of St. Louis, the loss of Matiss Kivlenieks, and they throw some advertising up at the end for the Sami Jo Small Hockey School!

July 1, 2021: Episode 458
Teebz goes over the NHL Awards, the Stanley Cup Final, ESPN hiring everyone in hockey and doors potentially opening for Jennifer Botterill, Canadian hockey teams qualifying for the Olympics, U SPORTS players drafted by NWHL teams, the Russian women's professional hockey league expanding and why that makes Russia stronger, an update on the Robert Morris University debacle, the Canada West hockey schedules, and Teebz goes off on the Chicago Blackhawks over their handling of the disgusting sexual assault allegations alleged by former players.

June 24, 2021: Episode 457
Teebz and Jenna chat with former MacEwan Griffins defender Carley Jewell about her five years of university hockey! Before we get into the hockey, we explore Carley's immense talents in track-and-field and on the basketball court where she likely could have pursued university opportunities had she wanted, but we get into the hockey chatter shortly after. We talk to her about playing with the boys, playing with the Winnipeg Avros, being recruited by Lindsay McAlpine, winning an ACAC bronze medal in her rookie season, winning a gold medal in her second year, winning virtually everything possible in her third year, winning another gold medal in her fourth year, and coming as close to a gold medal as humanly possible in her fifth and final year all while discussing her career highlights and some of the memorable moments of her career! Carley also gives us a prediction on how MacEwan will fare in Canada West this year and what her future holds after graduating!

June 17, 2021: Episode 456
Teebz and Jenna throw a shoutout to Sheldon Kennedy who celebrated a birthday and received the Order of Hockey in Canada, review the new logos for the MJHL's Neepawa Titans and the ECHL's Trois-Rivières Lions, they discuss the new name for the downtown arena that houses the Winnipeg Jets and the Manitoba Moose, and Teebz drops a little new on the new MJHL team in Niverville that should be heard for people looking for opportunities in hockey. From there, the hosts discuss Switzerland's women's national team seeing a pile of player retire this week, a pile of U SPORTS and NCAA coaches descending on Penticton in July, the UNB Reds women's program stacking their team for this season, the University of Saskatchewan stealing from Manitoba, Augustana University looking to start a men's Division-1 NCAA team, Katey Stone being honoured by USA Hockey, and Aerin Frankel receiving more accolades for her past season.

June 10, 2021: Episode 455
Teebz chats with Alexis Moed, and she's the driving force behind the New York Islanders Girls Elite Hockey Program! Alexis briefly recaps what the situation was like back in 2016 before we get updates on how the program has evolved, grown, changed, and become one of the preeminent girls hockey programs in the metropolitan area of New York City and in the states of New York and New Jersey! We discuss enrollment, the curriculum featured at the New York Islanders Girls Elite Hockey Program, some of the successes seen by the program over the last five years, where it may go in the next five years, and we name names when it comes to the amazing coaching staff that supports the New York Islanders Girls Elite Hockey Program. It's a very informative show about one of the best hockey programs that has grown immensely in the last five years!

June 3, 2021: Episode 454
Teebz and Jenna address the obvious as they tackle the Mark Scheifele hit on Jake Evans and the fallout from that. They discuss the poor showing in Game One by the Jets, the threat issued by Edmundson and why that can't be done, how Colorado and Vegas look like they're entirely better than both Winnipeg and Montreal, Connor Hellebuyck missing out on a Vezina Trophy nomination, the Calder Trophy nominees announced today, Buffalo winning the NHL Draft Lottery and what that means, a company missing out on Wayne Gretzky's presence, the new Iowa ECHL team's name and logo, Calgary officially getting the 2021 IIHF Women's World Championship, and they close out the show with another week of breaking news about the Robert Morris University Colonials hockey programs.

May 27, 2021: Episode 453
the emotions come out as Teebz and Jenna get together to chat about the Jets and sweeping the Oilers, the fallout from the sweep for the Oilers regarding player decisions, the racism that Ethan Bear faced from cowardly people, Wayne Gretzky leaving the Oilers for a new job, the crazy accusations that Canadian fans have thrown at the IIHF and Team Canada over the lack of success at the IIHF Men's World Hockey Championship, a new arena finally opening in a new hockey city, SC Bern hiring a new general manager who has NHL "experience", and we close out the show with a lot of anger and frustration surrounding the Robert Morris University Colonials hockey programs.

May 20, 2021: Episode 452
Teebz and Jenna run down all the latest stories from the hockey world with a large number that feature women in prominent place in hockey! They discuss Leah Hextall being hired by ESPN to call NHL games next season, the hiring of Danielle Goyette and the promotion of Dr. Hayley Wickenheiser by the Toronto Maple Leafs, the hiring of former US Olympian Meghan Duggan by the New Jersey Devils, having Sarah Nurse, Hanna Bunton, and Brigette Lacquette on the cover of Elle magazine, a team wanting into the Russian women's professional hockey league, and why newly-retired Kacey Bellamy has a solid case for a Hockey Hall of Fame induction! After all those girl-powered stories, they talk about Eugene Melnyk trying to create his own version of Gilligan's Island, Dale Hawerchuk being honoured by the city of Barrie, the Montreal Canadiens playing in front of fans, and the QMJHL retiring Guy Lafleur's number.

May 13, 2021: Episode 451
Teebz and Jenna sit down with this amazing woman to the left in Miss Kenzie Lalonde! Kenzie had an outstanding hockey career in the AUS with the Mount Allison Mounties before getting into TV with Eastlink where she became the first woman to call a QMJHL game on television! We talk to her about that experience, growing up in Stittsville, Ontario, playing in the PWHL with the Ottawa Lady Sens, her career highlights with Mount Allison and why choose to go there, how she got into broadcasting, and a ton more as we get to know one of the women who is making a name for herself in the hockey broadcast booth! You'll want to keep an eye on Miss Lalonde, folks, because she's going place in this world!

May 6, 2021: Episode 450
Teebz and Jenna have a discussion about Tom Wilson's antics on the ice on Monday and the fallout of the NHL's response to what happened in that game with examples of similar situations and why the Department of Player Safety missed an opportunity to draw a line in the sand as to what's acceptable behaviour from the players. Beyond that, the two hosts also send out congratulations to Peyton Krebs for his first NHL game and first NHL point, discuss Milan Lucic waiving his no-trade clause for the upcoming expansion draft, chat about Abbotsford officially becoming the new home for Vancouver's AHL franchise, send out some well-wishes to former Manitoba Moose defender Maxime Fortunas who announced his retirement this week, shout-out to Collin Shirley for his ECHL debut and his first professional goal, ridicule the QMJHL for their latest decision, talk about a potential August PWHPA stop coming up, and there's a solid examination of the Canada West hockey season.

April 29, 2021: Episode 449
Teebz and Jason Pchajek dive into the NHL news as Turner Sports will officially take over from NBC next year, and the two gents go over all the possibilities that the NHL may be assessing in this new broadcasting deal that includes streaming and some chatter about F1 Racing. After we get back on track, they chat about more AJHL shutdowns due to COVID-19, whether it was better to cancel the IIHF Women's World Championship before the event starts or after it began as Nova Scotia goes into a hard lockdown, the craziness of the QMJHL allowing fans to watch games, Avangard Omsk winning the Gagarin Cup in what might be the weirdest year for any team, Brandin Cote being selected as the heir apparent to succeed Mike Babcock at the University of Saskatchewan, why Mike Babcock hasn't been trumpeting the Huskies program, Gerard Gallant getting the call for Canada with our own selfish wants, Florence Schelling being relieved of duties at Bern, a couple of veteran players leaving the University of Regina women's program, the NWHL doubling the salary cap without turning a profit in six season, and we finish off with some EBUG laughter!

April 22, 2021: Episode 448
Teebz and Jenna discuss Nova Scotia shutting down the Women's World Hockey Championship and why it's the right thing to do despite the outrage seen online, how the Canadian Hockey League's three conferences are handling the COVID situation with seasons coming to a close, the business of hockey rears its ridiculously ugly face once more as the NHL toys with ads on jerseys, the Calgary Flames and the city of Calgary need to figure out who is paying for cost overruns on their new arena, Patrick Marleau gets some congratulations from The Hockey Show, the Jets can't beat the Oilers, the Leafs can't be anyone right now, some AHL news from the west coast, and something to make everyone feel old!

April 15, 2021: Episode 447
Tonight, Teebz meets Lorrie Stade, one of the organizers of the St. Adolphe Hockeyville entry into the Kraft Hockeyville contest! While St. Adolphe did fall short in their bid for $250,000 in rink repairs, they will receive $25,000 for being one of the four finalists! Teebz talks to Lorrie tonight about recovering from a very busy weekend, the support they received, the work needed to bring the rink back to "awesome" from its current state, some of the fundraising ideas they have, a great story about a grant for two hockey players in the community, and more! Lorrie sticks around for the news portion of the show as well, and Teebz and Lorrie breakdown the COVID-19 outbreak in the QMJHL and how it won't affect playoffs, the debacle surrounding Laurentian University, and Lorrie poses a question to Teebz that no one has asked before!

April 8, 2021: Episode 446
Jenna and I are honoured to welcome three-time Olympians and gold medalists Jocelyne Lamoureux-Davidson and Monique Lamoureux-Morando to the program in the first half-hour! These two women have done pretty much everything in hockey before the age of 32 before announcing their retirements earlier this spring, and Jenna and I will talk to them about a few of the details found in their new book Dare to Make History: Chasing a Dream and Fighting for Equity which was reviewed here on HBIC! It's a very informative half-hour with the Lamoureux twins as we learn about them, hear their experiences, and get a glimpse of what their book features on the pages, so grab yourself a copy after the show tonight because they wrote an outstanding book! After a quick commercial break, Teebz and Jenna return to go over all the major hockey stories - hint: COVID-19! - from the past week!

April 1, 2021: Episode 445
Teebz and Jenna go over all over the major stories tonight that hit the headlines, along a few that didn't, from virtually every league on the planet. There are stories of racism in the WHL, recaps of NHL teams snapping streaks and falling into form, snippets of news from the ECHL, another great-but-overdue milestone in the QMJHL, news from Canada West, a KHL team coming back from voluntary suspension, a finale in the SDHL after COVID struck, a name change for an MJHL team, and a plea to help a town in Manitoba accomplish a dream! There is literally something for everyone in this episode, and we'll even tease out a major announcement for next week's show!

March 25, 2021: Episode 444
Teebz and Jenna sit down with Miss Christine Bumstead, head coach of the Pembina Valley Hawks U15 AAA Bantam Girls Team, and we discover everything that Christine is doing! She was a great player with the St. Mary's Academy Flames during her days on the ice, but she decided to pursue her education on a number of fronts rather than playing U SPORTS hockey and it seems that her choice has been a good one! We talk to her about being a pioneer with the St. Mary's prep team, choosing school over hockey, learning ASL and the paths that have opened because of that choice, getting a shot at coaching the Assiniboine Park Rangers Bantam Girls team (and last week's guest Kyleigh Johnson!), moving to Morden to teach middle school and becoming a coaching icon in the Pembina Valley, becoming a certified Zumba instructor, being part of the NHL Coaches Association's Development Program, and a ton more!

March 18, 2021: Episode 443
Teebz and Jenna meet teammates and defensive partners Kyleigh Johnson and Maggie Mitani who anchor the Avros' blue line! These two have one year left before they're likely off to post-secondary institutions due to their stellar play, and we'll chat with them tonight about playing against one another growing up, finding chemistry on the Avros' blue line, their accolades, their achievements, the attachment to their numbers, and more! Beyond that, we talk about the Jets against Montreal and their rather dismal efforts, who the ladies would trade for if they were Chevy, the announcements of the officials for the 2021 IIHF Women's World Championship in Halifax and Truro, Hayley Wickenheiser being inducted into the Canada West Hall of Fame, Ashton Bell's big goal for UMD in the NCAA Frozen Four tournament, Kenzie Lalonde making history in the QMJHL, the FISU 2021 Universiade happening despite a number of issues standing in its way, Ontario pushing for AAA girls hockey where Maggie shows her knowledge on the game, the SDHL postponing their championship final due to COVID-19, and more!

March 11, 2021: Episode 442
Teebz and Jenna venture into the Winnipeg suburbs to meet Kate, Brenya, Chloe, and Kayla who make up part of the St. Vital Vics U15 AA female team, and we learn all about them while talking about some of the major news stories from hockey this past week. Why do they wear their chosen numbers? What do they eat on gamedays and on cheat days? What are some of their career highlights? What rules would they change? We learn all about this as we discuss the Jets and the Leafs from Tuesday, lineup changes with the injury to Beaulieu, the importance of Hellebuyck, the NHL announcing helmets ads will remain permanently moving forward, the SPHL expanding and why it's important to note this specific expansion, the new NHL-ESPN deal and what it means, U SPORTS coaches who are gonna get to meet with world-class coaches, Evander Kane news, San Jose bankruptcy news, the PWHPA having no ratings in the US, and more!

March 4, 2021: Episode 441
The Hockey Show is proud, honoured, privileged, humbled and pleased to welcome Dr. Karolina Urban to the show! Dr. Urban has done incredible work in pediatric concussions, and she earned her Master's and PhD degrees in Canada while playing hockey! We'll talk to Karolina about emigrating to Canada at the age of four, moving to Toronto to play hockey with the University of Toronto Lady Blues, her incredible university career, getting drafted to and playing in the CWHL, playing in Europe, ball hockey, meeting Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, how the women's pro gram has grown since she retired, and so much more!

February 25, 2021: Episode 440
Teebz chats with former Alberta Pandas forward Regan Wright about growing up in Calgary, playing for Team Alberta, putting her name on the map with the AFHL's Calgary Fire, a pile of accolades and achievements, playing for Coach Draper and the Pandas, winning a U SPORTS National Championship, and the one thing that may surprise most people about her. Perhaps more interesting to me was learning that she's basically been a genius since childhood, her efforts in the classroom on a project she did had a major effect on a Canadian landscape, and how those good marks and hard work have led to a new challenge!

February 18, 2021: Episode 439
Teebz welcomes back Jenna and we get Jenna's exam results - SPOILER: she's smart - before the duo discuss the ESPN COVID-19 report in depth with respect to dates and player reactions. They transition to the Katie Strang report about the Arizona Coyotes that raises a ton of questions about how business is being done in the desert. There are PHWPA updates and SDHL updates on the women's hockey scene that include some include some incredible stats by former U SPORTS players. They talk about the San Jose Sharks FINancial campaign, the Toronto Maple Leafs and their epic collapse, Alex Galchenyuk playing for his 263rd team in the last 18 months, a rather terrible moment of history for the Buffalo Sabres, a few recruiting notes as the Manitoba Bisons get strong, and a homecoming for a former Manitoba Bisons forward.

February 11, 2021: Episode 438
Teebz welcomes Jason Pchajek back to the show while featuring GM Jared in his first full episode while Jenna's off making her brain smart! The three gents discuss a couple of retirement announcements, Patrik Laine being benched in Columbus, Jack Roslovic looking the second coming of Rick Nash, Pierre-Luc Dubois' debut with the Jets and how roster mismanagement is killing the mojo the Jets seemed to have had, the new bosses in Pittsburgh, and the loss of TSN radio in Winnipeg and why Bell's corporate greed likely has ended any chance of there ever being a "Bell Let's Talk" day again.

February 4, 2021: Episode 437
Teebz and Jenna hunker down and discuss the hypocrisy of Paul Maurice's rant against the media questioning Blake Wheeler's defensive efforts, Kevin Sawyer's complete dissociation for the game he's watching, the Paul Maurice spectacles stats, the Penguins' search to replace Jim Rutherford, and the Carolina Hurricanes investing a pile of money in women's hockey. From there, the duo runs through all the COVID outbreaks seen in the NHL, AHL, and the IIHF over the last week before taking task with the lack of transparency and rather inept management in the NWHL that led to their two-week bubble blowing up and suspending their mini-season. They close the show with some good news from the PWHPA and some Olympics talk on this episode.

January 28, 2021: Episode 436
Teebz and Jenna kick off the show by talking about #BellLetsTalk and how to participate along with the University of British Columbia's and Mikayla Ogrodniczuk's work in mental health initiatives and charities before digging into the Patrik Laine trade that fetched Pierre-Luc Dubois from Columbus, the asset management of the Jets, and the Jets finding a new first line through this trade and Teebz proposes a fun nickname for that line. Other stories Teebz and Jenna discuss include the Jets record while Paul Maurice squints, San Jose opting to go with new merchandise provider, Washington introducing a rather underwhelming alternate jersey, Teebz goes on a rant about how Canadian media are clamouring to chat to anyone and everyone associated with the current two-week pro women's hockey tournament yet ignored the CWHL and are ignoring U SPORTS in their own backyards, the ECHL adds another team to its membership, and the Return to Play plans for both Alberta and Manitoba.

January 21, 2021: Episode 435
Teebz and Jenna try to make sense of the 2-1-0 Winnipeg Jets who have been thoroughly outplayed in all three games, yet hold a winning record. There's a reference to Paul Maurice's current record with the Jets when he's not wearing glasses in there before they break into a discussion on Jakub Voracek ripping into reporter Mike Sielski on a conference call, the Nashville-Carolina game that was postponed due to COVID-19 protocols, Team Canada's women's camp going into a bubble and some of the notable names both at and not at camp, why Team Canada might need to change strategies when it comes to the women's program, the IIHF Men's World Hockey Championship being moved from Belarus due to safety concerns and where it might land, and why the NHL is changing pucks mid-season.

January 14, 2021: Episode 434
The NHL kicked off its shortened season, and Teebz and Jenna get into everything that's happening surrounding the start of the NHL's 2020-21 campaign! They wrap-up the IIHF World Junior Championship, they chat about the COVID-19 problems already seen in the NHL, and they dissect the conference call Gary Bettman had with the media and explain why the NHL is pushing forward with this season despite "losing billions". There are a few shoutouts on the show to people in hockey, a segment all about Evander Kane's financial matters, a fun laugh about travel in the NHL with respect to the age of players, and they close the show with some ECHL news!

January 7, 2021: Episode 433
Teebz and Jenna welcome two-time Olympic gold medallist Cassie Campbell-Pascall to The Hockey Show! It's a huge honour to have Cassie on the show, and we chat with her about her playing career, her broadcasting career, switching positions, the demise of the CWHL, the growth of the women's professional league, her first night as a color analyst on Hockey Night in Canada, playing for the OUA's Guelph Gryphons, whether she'd ever want to coach at a high level, inducting more women into the Hockey Hall of Fame as part of the HHOF's Selection Committee, her thoughts on the NHL's all-Canadian North Division, which rinks she likes working in, and more!

December 31, 2020: Episode 432
It's a podcast version of The Hockey Show today as the UMFM 2020 Year-In-Review Top Twenty Extravaganza has pre-empted the show! Teebz is here to discuss the reaction people are having to blowouts at the IIHF World Junior Championship as the suggestions to change the tournament have been somewhat reasonable to downright crazy. Teebz also discusses why Jack Roslovic is making a big mistake, some of the player moves you may have missed in the NHL, and he sends 2020 off with a New Year's wish for all the listeners! All of this chatter happens below as we're not on UMFM tonight thanks to being pre-empted, so make sure you download or stream the audio below to hear Teebz's thoughts!

December 24, 2020: Episode 431
Teebz and Jenna break down what appears to be a fairly competitive World Junior Championship while making a few predictions, they discuss the NHL's proposed 56-game schedule and advertise­ments on helmets, they chat about an interesting offer made to Gritty, and Teebz thanks everyone who has appeared on the show in the last year! To round out the Christmas Eve show, Teebz and Jenna choose their five favorite Christmas songs in what will surely stir some debate! Happy holidays, everyone!

December 17, 2020: Episode 430
Teebz and Jenna play the overcautious parents to the IIHF's World Junior Championship with respect to everything they've done wrong so far in getting this tournament off the ground. Our two hosts then shift their focus to the WHL cancelling the start date to their season, whether or not the OHL will follow suit, the madness seen in the opening weekend of the ECHL, and how the NHL might navigate their season by watching another league's successes and failures. Teebz issues an apology to the San Jose Sharks, Teebz and Jenna talk about Jaromir Jagr's longevity in playing professional hockey, and they also take a quick look at having the Florida Panthers and Calgary Flames create departments specifically focused on goaltending.

December 10, 2020: Episode 429
Teebz goes one-on-one with former Lethbridge Pronghorns women's hockey assistant coach and current Coaldale Copperheads assistant coach Josh Elliott! Josh carved out a pretty interesting career as a player in and around the southern Alberta city of Lethbridge before stepping behind the bench. We learn about how he grew up in Coaldale, Alberta before joining the HJHL's Coaldale Copperheads where he played four seasons and earned some accolades. From there, we find out how he transitioned into coaching, some of the various roles he's had while coaching, how he ended up behind the bench of a U SPORTS women's hockey program, the cancellation of the Pronghorns, the potential revival of the Pronghorns, and how Josh is proving that one can go home again by joining the Copperheads as an assistant coach!

December 3, 2020: Episode 428
Teebz and Jenna spend another hour chatting with Hockey Night in Canada analyst Kelly Hrudey about all things NHL! We get the skinny on what Kelly thought of the bubbles in Edmonton and Toronto, working from home as an analyst, the lesson that the Tampa Bay Lightning learned, what needs to happen if the NHL wants a season to start in January 2021, which Reverse Retro jerseys he likes and doesn't like, speaking up and speaking out for Black Lives Matter, and there's some surprise news tucked into the interview about a new project Kelly is working on!

November 26, 2020: Episode 427
Teebz and Jenna welcome CWHL legend, NCAA legend, and Winnipeg-born Delayne Brian back to the show as we get caught up on the last two years of her life since she was last on the show! We discuss moving into coaching, retirement from the professional side of sports, her ball hockey and beer-league hockey careers, settling into Calgary as a resident, getting a new roommate, her perspective on the loss of the Pronghorns after she experienced the same thing with Wayne State, what needs to be done to bring professional women's hockey back, and we get her takes on the new Reverse Retro jerseys seen by the NHL.

November 19, 2020: Episode 426
Teebz and Jenna go through the 31 jerseys — why wasn’t Seattle included? — that the NHL revealed on Monday in their new "Reverse Retro" line of clothing. Find out which jerseys they liked and how many they hated, and one definitely outpaces the other. They also discuss all the shutdowns being seen in hockey across the planet with respect to the bubble situation that the NHL is planning, honour equipment managers thanks to two bits of news seen this past week, and they run through all the stats amassed by former Canada West women playing in professional leagues across the world!

November 12, 2020: Episode 425
Teebz and Jenna dive into the MacEwan Griffins once more as they welcome Griffins sniper Chantal Ricker to the program! Chantal's career has been nothing short of amazing when it comes to scoring goals and racking up points as a member of the Griffins, so we chat with her about growing up in Calgary, playing minor hockey in the Alberta city, the heartbreak she experienced as a member of the Calgary Fire, finding her way to Grant MacEwan University, some of the highlights and records she's amassed, and her thoughts on how MacEwan will fare next season in Canada West. We also have a story about quicksand that probably shouldn't be missed!

November 5, 2020: Episode 424
Teebz and Jenna welcome MacEwan Griffins goaltender Natalie Bender to the program! Natalie has played three years with the Griffins, helping them to two ACAC championships and was on the verge of a third championship before the season was abruptly cancelled. We talk to Natalie about her career, growing up, how she was not-recruited recruited to MacEwan but ended up starting there, some of the highlights and milestones she set, what her future holds, what makes the Griffins so good, and more! It’s a ton of laughs with a woman who will undoubtedly have an impact on Canada West hockey next season!

October 29, 2020: Episode 423
Teebz sits down with former Pronghorns forward Mikaela Reay to learn about her life, career, major, and thoughts on the entire debacle that surrounded the shuttering of the Pronghorns men's and women's hockey teams. We chat about growing up in Bashaw, Alberta, moving to Camrose, Red Deer, and Edmonton before landing in Lethbridge, how she was recruited, some of the milestones she hit, get the skinny on the amazing work she's doing in the classroom, and more! Oh, and we will have an update on the progress being made by the committee working to restore Pronghorns hockey!

October 22, 2020: Episode 422
Teebz and Jenna talk to Sami Jo Small about her new book, The Role I Played published by ECW Press! We talk to Sami about everything in her new book out in bookstores today - get yourself a copy! - including going to Nagano as part of the first women's hockey competition at the Olympics, her interactions with coaches and the portrayal of them in The Role I Played, some of the players she played with and who inspired her to follow her hockey dream, graduating from Stanford with her mechanical engineering degree and her work on hockey equipment, playing for Sweden, beep tests, and a lot more!

October 15, 2020: Episode 421
With players moving all over the map on free agency day, Teebz and Jenna focus on the seven Canadian teams and what they did to bolster their chances at winning the Stanley Cup! They break down the signings made by each team, some of the trades that led to signings, and have a very honest discussion about guys who were signed and being described as "good in the room" at the NHL level. They also look at the bigger signings seen on this Free Agency Day when it comes to dollar figures as Taylor Hall, Torey Krug, and Alex Pietrangelo get mentions along with the impending record that Patrick Marleau is about to break. They wrap up with a conversation about the QMJHL's latest news and how that may affect the other leagues who have yet to start hockey this fall!

October 8, 2020: Episode 420
Teebz and Jenna explain why Cole Perfetti joining the Winnipeg Jets might be the player they've been seeking for that second-line center position! Teebz offers up condolences over the loss of Eddie Van Halen and send out our hopes that Guy Lafleur can battle back from a second cancer diagnosis before Bryan chimes in with his celebration of Tampa Bay's Stanley Cup victory! After that, Teebz and Jenna discuss Perfetti, some of the highlights from the NHL Entry Draft, the NHL start date of January 1, 2021 for the next season, the Canada West decision date being moved and more COVID-19 craziness from the sports world, the Spengler Cup being cancelled, the LA Kings firing the guy in their mascot suit, all the new uniforms being seen in the NHL, some of the trades seen in the NHL over the last week, and our thoughts on the Jets exploring a Patrik Laine.

October 1, 2020: Episode 419
Teebz and Jenna welcome former University of Connecticut Huskies defender Jessica Stott to the show! Jessica grew up in Niverville before playing with the Eastman Selects, Balmoral Hall Blazers, and Shaftesbury High School Titans before making the leap to the Huskies at the NCAA Division-1 level! She was named Rookie of the Year at UConn, received the Unsung Hero Award, and was the captain of the Huskies in her final season, so she's definitely shown her skills on NCAA ice! She also played a season of pro hockey in Austria, and she's now working as an instructor and coach with Vigier Hockey!

September 24, 2020: Episode 418
If you missed Rick Westhead's look at painkillers and their use by NHL players, I highly recommend that you watch The Problem of Pain. Teebz and Jenna discuss the information presented by TSN with a look at university hockey and sports where the treatment of pain is also becoming more pharmaceutical. We take a look at the ESPN Bubble Confidential piece by Emily Kaplan and Greg Wyshynski on whether this bubble idea, for all its has produced, is worth the trouble and effort. There was a trade that was made, called off, and then killed altogether yesterday that legitimately might be one of the worst trades for one team in its history, we have a Lanny McDonald legal update, we look at Stamkos' cameo and goal in Game Three, Dallas not getting their big guns rolling, the KHL's COVID-19 problem, and Manon Rheaume blazing a trail for women 28 years ago yesterday with her appearance for the Tampa Bay Lightning!

September 17, 2020: Episode 417
Season Nine starts with The Hockey Show welcoming a new co-host! Once we meet this person, we discuss the World Junior Championship being played in front of no fans, the Flames removing the interim tag from Geoff Ward, the Capitals naming Peter Laviolette as head coach, Bill Armstrong reportedly ready to take over the GM seat in Arizona, Jim Montgomery heading to St. Louis, U SPORTS players heading to Europe and a transfer to Ontario, Lanny McDonald being in a bizarre lawsuit, a rather odd Minnesota-Buffalo trade, and CCM changing their helmet design among the topics!

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