Episode #129 – Open Bar Christmas

Tis the season! Tis the season for the 4th annual Pucks on net Christmas Party! And this year, it’s got an open bar!

The whole gang joins you on this festive and lively podcast to celebrate the Christmas season, give some gifts to NHL players and teams and enjoy a cocktail or two with some friends of the show.

They discuss Hall’s hit on Philip Larsen, whether a suspension was needed or the hit was clean, but more importantly, discuss how stupid and pointless the post hit scrum was. A common trend in hockey, a fight after a hard hit, and something that we can all do with out.

They also touch on Carey Price’s rage on the New Jersey Devils, whether he as well needed a suspension and if there was a tad bit of favouritism from the NHL to Price.

Connor McDavid and Edmonton’s retribution against the Philadelphia Flyers comes up and the ongoing conspiracy whether Brandon Manning intended to hurt Connor McHockey last season.

A couple friends of the show join the podcast. Sam Anderson joins as Ryan discusses a traumatizing Christmas story, ‘China’ Dave Hoskins regales us with a tale of playing hockey in China and Errol Bruce (The Biscuit) shares his distaste of Mark Messier and hopes for Jagr to pass him on the all time NHL point leaders board sooner, rather than later.

Finally, Geeta takes the mic and talks to some party guests, where we all hilariously learn, nobody listens to the hsow.

Enjoy and Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays and Happy New Year!

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