A groundbreaking (or water-displacing?) episode with plenty of firsts: Sean and Keith chat in person, in a pool, with beverages, and a guest dog. They catch up on NHL news–unsigned RFAs, expansion rumors, rule changes–before getting into in-depth, division-by-division predictions for the 2014-15 season.
P.S. Our apologies to Sabres fans, but let’s face it: Buffalo is pretty forgettable these days.
The second half of the conversation between Connecticut’s Brian and California’s Keith. Looking ahead to the future, they discuss expansion, relocation, and imaginary team names. And they troll their friends.
Another special guest! Richard, of Calgary, discusses his take on the Stanley Cup Playoffs, the plight of his Flames past and present, and the mutual bond that is Darryl Sutter.
Keith and Richard also relive their shared experiences during the Kings 2014 Stanley Cup run, as we have been reviewing throughout the month of August, and look forward with a preview of the 2014-15 season.
It’s true. The more we do this podcast, the better it gets.
(And not just because we stopped eating pizza while recording.)
Our first guest from enemy (Shark) territory, Dan, joins Keith as they discuss the 2014 Stanley Cup Playoffs, East-West bias, and “General Hockey.” This helps sets the table for the second half of their discussion–coming up in a following podcast episode–in which they review 2014 Sharks-Kings Round 1 Series.
Our second formal podcast of the 2014 Offseason was so magnificent we had to split it in two.
Also titled: “The Year Everyone Tried to Become the Kings” this episode is special for so many reasons. Robin joins hosts Sean and Keith for the first but (hopefully) not last time, we catch up on the week in Kings transactions, and free agency signings plus trades are broken down.
And of course: We talk Dustin Penner (and maybe impersonate Pierre McGuire).