PART THREE: Robin joins Sean and Keith celebrate the 1-0 Kings victory over the Sharks in the outdoor game the day after. They give their patented three-period game breakdown, compare the festivities of the two California Stadium Series games, and delve into the EPIX coverage.
Then Matt returns for an encore. They avoid any legal discussion this time to delve into the highlight of the night–the Melissa Etheridge performance. They chat a bit about the hockey that took place as well, and Matt provides a stunning prediction for the Kings moving forward.
PART TWO: Sharks Fan Dan returns to the podcast to provide an intermission analysis of the Kings-Sharks Stadium Series face-off with Keith. They discuss the tense first two periods, the overall atmosphere of the event, and the implications of this game for San Jose moving forward.
PART ONE: Special guest–longtime listener, first-time podcaster–Matt joins Keith for a unique, on-the-road episode as they head to the the Stadium Series game between the Sharks and Kings. Matt puts on his legal expert hat to answer any and every question one might have about the Slava Voynov case, and Keith prompts Matt to muse on Stanley Cup playoffs past and future.
What happens after a several week hiatus, when a pitiful L.A. losing slump shifts gears into a sustained winning streak? Keith and Sean go longform!
Enjoy the last episode before the big Stadium Series game, which they preview, as Sean and Keith assess the Kings’ play from front to back, play armchair GM, and do some of their patented three-period analysis (among other witty banter).
Keith and Sean reconnect in the midst of the Kings’ winter doldrums to talk about the big story of the week.
They dance around the obvious with discussions of analytics and the Sutters at the All Star Game before delving into the stunning news that Mike Richards, a favorite King of Sean’s, has cleared waivers. What does it all mean?!
Friend of the podcast, Richard of Calgary, joins Keith to record an episode live from a fine dining establishment while the Kings play the Sharks on TV behind them.
Enjoy their midseason review of the Flames and Kings seasons, the state of the Pacific Division, and the ambience of a local watering hole. Edits galore as we cut around the loudspeaker of a trivia night; fortunately the Irish accent makes the interruptions bearable.
Kings are struggling to find consistency, they sit in the middle of the standings just barely in a playoff spot, trade rumors are swirling–feels like we’ve been here before. Thus Sean and Keith are not losing heart, though they are happy to play armchair GM and offer their solutions to improve the team. They also take a look around the league at this halfway point and take solace in the suffering of other teams, suggest their award front runners, and make some predictions.