We made it through another draft show and now we can just ease into summer... what the hell happened today‽ http://youtu.be/Fv5jcnKb5GU
We're starting the summer ... but there's some cool stuff and draft to talk about. I think so at least. http://youtu.be/VxkkaQGEWDE
This week, Scotty Wazz wraps up the AHL and ECHL seasons. The Portland Pirates former owner and the city were only $45,000 apart from a new lease, which we'll detail at length. There's new affiliations, new coaches, and News and Notes, plus we can't forget We Hardly Knew Ye.
The NHL season is officially over, and it's time for Awards and the Draft ... we won't talk about that though. https://youtu.be/NyZfEaUi8Cg
We're 1 win away from the season ending and then draft time upon us, Good news, 50% of the people who asked, got in http://youtu.be/zQPQGGhldH8
In this episode, Scotty talks about the AHL and ECHL playoff and updates the whole shebang. The group of investors who kept AHL hockey in Springfield were named, but are they setting their goals too high for projects around the city that come in the future?? Nathan Walker is eyeing the NHL, but his play in the AHL is the one thing that is definitely going to get him noticed. All that plus News and Notes and We Hardly Knew Ye.
The Stanley Cup Final is started and since they're inanimate, we can still ask the Panda and Magic 8-ball who'll win http://youtu.be/_UVPmVXgEpw
In this quick edition of the Farm Report, Scotty sets up the championship series in the AHL and ECHL, while giving some News and Notes and We Hardly Knew Ye.
Could we be closing in on two Game 7's in the conference finals? Listen in to find out ... http://youtu.be/-RwSE5rVioM
In this edition of the Farm Report, Scotty looks at how the Reading Royals plan to not only have more consistency in their line-up, but also some consistency in their stands. The lease is official in Tucson, so now it's time for the Coyotes to figure out how to create the synergy they need in order to keep hockey successful for them and their AHL squad next season. While it was called an "absolute financial disaster," the Adirondack Thunder are hoping for a bigger boost next season-- which has gotten underway already. All that, plus plenty of News and Notes and We Hardly Knew Ye.