On Episode 67 of Beers in The Lot, the guys reviewed their Thanksgiving dinner favorites and not so favorites; discussed some of their overall thoughts on the NHL season so far, what teams have impressed, and players looking to get out of bad situations; and talked about that weird feeling you get as a fan and suddenly you’re older than all of the players you watch in the NHL.
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On Episode 66, the crew discussed the recent postponement of Ottawa Senators games due to their COVID-19 outbreak and potential impacts on the NHL schedule like the All-Star Weekend and Olympic break; some of their ideas to make the All-Star Weekend entertaining while incorporating the sites and sounds of Las Vegas; the historic connection between Ivan Majesky’s and Martin Fehervary’s shorthanded goals against the Pittsburgh Penguins, separated by 15 years; and Sidney Crosby’s frustrations returning from injury and recent COVID protocol.
On Episode 65 of Beers in The Lot, the guys recorded, in-person for the time ever while in Johnstown, PA for the Slapshot Cup Hockey Tournament; discussed watching the Philadelphia Flyers and Pittsburgh Penguins clash on Thursday night; recapped some of the more humorous moments from their first two games in the tournament; and learned that Aaron is one the top-100 Arkansas-born hockey players.
Episode 64 of Beers in The Lot finds the crew gearing up for their annual trip to the Slapshot Cup Tournament in Johnstown, PA; looking forward to a stop in Pittsburgh to catch the Philadelphia Flyers and Penguins game on the way; discussing Washington Capitals forward, Alexander Ovechkin’s hot start and chase to Wayne Gretzky’s all-time goal scoring record; and lamenting the Montreal Canadiens sending Cole Caufield down to the minors.
On Episode 63 of Beers in The Lot, the guys gave some of their thoughts on some teams that have surprised everyone to start the NHL season focusing on the Toronto Maple Leafs’ woes; talked about the Seattle Kraken opening their brand new rink, Climate Pledge Arena, by retiring the number 32; and listened to Jon’s description of a crime against humanity involving dress clothes, a hockey bag, and an office worker after a lunch time skate.
On Episode 62, the guys discussed different ways they try to keep their gear clean and not as smelly; what their favorite store bought fried chicken is and having it as a post game meal; some irreconcilable differences on the ice; and the Ice Breaker college hockey tournament hosted by the University of Minnesota Duluth Bulldogs.