Episode 23 – Mid-season reflections

Keeping up the age-old tradition, “If Kevin Weekes can do it, why can’t we?”, Chris and Jason cobbled together some opinions and rugged good looks to create our very own show. The result? Broadcasting gold. And so we bring you Episode 23 of Pucked in the Head: Mid-Season Trophies

  • Mid-season reflection
  • Intro
  • Sofa Surfer Girl by the Orchid Highway
  • The Hart trophy would go to…
  • What’s Russian for “Olympic Hangover”?
  • Coach of the Year thus far…
  • The Norris trophy winner is…
  • Best between the pipes thus far…
  • Rookie of the Year…
  • What IS the Selke, anyway…
  • Time for a Change by The Orchid Highway
  • Thanks for listening
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Episode 22 – Canucks in top spot at the halfway mark

Since we recorded this podcast, the Canucks have followed up their remarkable 20-game undefeated streak by getting shut out twice in four games. Even carrot-top himself, Cory Schneider, lost two in regulation.

Still, our boys are tied for first in the league, and sit atop the Western Conference. Our observations about team chemistry on ice, smarts off the ice, and the horrid waste of time that is Tron: Legacy still stand.

 

  • We be smug, y’all!
  • Sofa Surfer Girl by The Orchid Highway
  • Tron Legacy: the NJ Devils of movies
  • Holy Hanssen, we’re in top spot!
  • Gillis is following the Red Wings model
  • Is Ryan Kesler the Canucks MVP?
  • Jason taps Luongo for MVP
  • Solid team from stem to stern
  • Chris discovers the key to success
  • If the playoffs started today
  • Time for a Change by The Orchid Highway

 

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Episode 21 – The Ballad of Wendel Clark

At Pucked in the Head, we believe there’s more to life than just hockey. There’s also hockey music. We’re here to talk about a little Canadian band called Rheostatics.

  • Intro
  • Rheostatics
  • Dave Bidini – Tropic of Hockey
  • who are the Rheostatics anyway?
  • The Ballad of Wendell Clark
  • That’s a wrap
  • Time For a Change by The Orchid Highway

James Macdonald
Right Wing (Guitar, Stage Left)
182 cm
75 kilos
Shoots left
Not afraid to go hard in the corners

Guitarist for Vancouver-based rock band The Orchid Highway, ‘Jamie’ is a grizzled veteran of many tours across Canada, the US, and the UK. (They took their sticks on tour for the shinny games!) A fan of the game, he began cheering for Swedes back in the WHA Winnipeg Jets days, and was overjoyed when Vancouver drafted the Sedins 2nd and 3rd overall. An opinionated bastard, Jamie always has something to say.

 

 

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