Archive for August 2021

This week, the boys go over the career of Henrik Lundqvist and talk about his accolades, his legacy on the game, and the current golden age of superstars through our show's timeline. They'll talk about the Arizona Coyotes getting the news they're getting booted from Glendale and where that might lead to. Plus, a mascot ranking like no other. 

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This week, the boys talk to BD Gallof of IslesBeat.com about the new UBS Arena, the Islander success the past two seasons, and what it's going to take for them to get over the Lightning hump. The boys will also talk about the inevitable jersey ads that are finally coming in 2022-23, while Lyle Richardson of Spector's Hockey will talk some rumors flying around and old stories of memorabilia past and present. 

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This week, the boys look at the very revamped AHL playoff format and then question the NHL using it next. Sean Leahy from NBC Sports comes on to talk about the Olympics conundrum for the NHL, while Lyle Richardson of Spector's Hockey talks some Kirll Kaprizov, Jack Eichel, and the bump in the salary cap. 

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Twenty years ago, Face Off Hockey Show was born in a garage in Lanham, Maryland. From August 8th, 2001 until today, the boys have gotten together weekly to talk this about that. We talk about the history of the show, some bits we enjoy, some Draft trip memories, and more. We've got guests like BD Gallof of Isles Beat, our old PR person Laura, Draft trip legend Death, our ref buddy Mac, JenHL History Girl, and of course-- Lyle Richardson of Spector's Hockey. Join us for over three hours of memories, laughs, and more. 

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This week, the boys talk about the tale as old as time-- the NHL and IOC at odds over expanded media rights. They'll discuss whether or not it matters, considering other pro sports leagues take on Olympics. Evander Kane was accused of plenty of wrong doing, some retiring players, and Lyle Richardson of Spector's Hockey comes on to talk about Tom Wilson wrecking the Rangers' psyche and Jack Eichel's surgical mystery. 

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