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Episode #264 – All Aboard The NY Rangers Hype Train!

The proposed 24 team playoff structure has been released and we go full steam ahead with a playoff preview and hop aboard the hype train for the New York Rangers. Ryan, Geeta and Paul get together this week to break down the proposed playoff structure and make a couple early picks for potential winners in ...

Episode #263 – Because It’s The Cup*

The gang's all here and we discuss the latest involving the NHL, the NHLPA, a 24 team playoff and the hub cities that could host. Ryan, Geeta, Dave and Paul discuss the logistics behind an NHL start up, look at Eddie Lack's AMA on Reddit and discuss the incredible ten episode journey that was The ...

Patreon Exclusive: The 1997/98 Vancouver Canucks

The introduction to our May bonus episode on the 1997/98 Vancouver Canucks. https://traffic.libsyn.com/secure/pucksonnet/PatreonMAYTEASER.mp3 Paul and Ryan discuss the 97/98 Canucks' season. An incredibly eventful season full of trades, injuries, firings and nonsensical hirings. They discuss the entire season. From the Canucks' picks at the 1997 NHL Draft all the way to the four game winless ...

Episode #262 – Judd-gement Day

Controversy galore in Vancouver this past week, and it didn't even have to do with our slightly crowded beaches over the weekend! Paul, Dave, Geeta and Ryan get together over Skype this week to discuss their weeks and for another week in a row, Ryan remembers some odd elementary school memories. They discuss Judd Brackett ...

The 2003/04 Vancouver Canucks

This episode was originally our April bonus episode on Patreon. Want to support the show? Pledge a coupla bucks over at http://www.patreon.com/pucksonnet Ryan and P Mac look back at the 2003/04 Vancouver Canucks season. From goalie controversy after goalie controversy, to everything that lead to the Todd Bertuzzi/Steve Moore incident on March 8th 2004. They ...