A few thoughts on the first round of the NHL playoffs.
My thoughts on how the NHL Lockout hurt my interest in this season.
Mike Brendle joins the Man Cave to continue our look at the NCAA Tournament. We’ll talk about all the games this past weekend, most of which were over early, and preview the Final Four and potential title games. Plus we’ll chat about the upcoming NHL Trade Deadline, which snuck up on us and should be rather uneventful.
Steve Cook joins the Man Cave to talk about a multitude of topics. We’ll start with the issues that Los Angeles Lakers have before moving into a review of the NFC and AFC title games and Cook correctly picking the Super Bowl before the start of the season. Then we’ll discuss Cook’s new found love for hockey and the Nashville Predators before ending with a quick WWE Royal Rumble preview.
Looking at how the lockout changes this NHL season.
Mike Brendle joins the Man Cave to express his excitement for the upcoming NHL season. We’ll briefly discuss how the lockout will affect certain teams before giving our Stanley Cup and award winner predictions. It’s a short and sweet podcast, but trust me, you won’t mind.
Mike Brendle joins the Man Cave for our 100TH EPISODE SPECTACULAR! In between me thanking people and talking about how shocked I am that I made it 100 episodes, we’ll talk about the possibility of a NHL Lockout, our expectations for the Carolina Panthers season, and a little college football. It’s a fitting 100th episode and you’ll know exactly what I mean if you’ve listened to the show more than once.
Sincerely though, thank you to everyone who has listened or been on the podcast.
The always busy Matt Paligaru joins the Man Cave to wrap up the NHL playoffs. As a pseudo Los Angeles Kings fan, Matt gives plenty of praise to the 2012 Stanley Cup Champions as we discuss their historical run to the cup and look back at the Finals. Then we’ll preview the NHL Award Show and give our picks for all the major trophies before looking at the potential off-season moves that could take place including the trading of superstars like Roberto Luongo, Rick Nash, and others.
My thoughts on the Los Angeles Kings winning the Stanley Cup and how it’s not surprising despite them being an eight seed.
The recently engaged and extremely busy Matt Paligaru is back in the Man Cave to preview the final round of the 2012 NHL Playoffs. We’ll breakdown the Stanley Cup Final between the New Jersey Devils and Los Angeles Kings, tell you who the best player in the series is, give plenty of praise to both goalies and defenses, and give our pick on who will hoist the cup. Plus we’ll look back at the Conference Finals and some non-playoff headlines that are making the rounds.