The Masked Man, the Keeper of the Cage, that weird guy on your beer league team who talks to himself and the posts. Every hockey team needs a goaltender, and it seems every goaltender has a strange personality. The best way for a goaltender to express their quirky personalities is through their masks. Let’s look back at the prominent players and masks in Flyers history.
The youth movement in Philadelphia continues to make waves, but it’s not without its bumps.
Jim McBride and Noah Eltringham are joined by GNGHockey president Dylan Coyle. They discuss the NHL’s stance on slashing penalties, the New Jersey Devils and their continued success, Vegas finally cooling off, and the Lightning striking more than twice.
What would you do if your favorite team traded for a player who had a cap hit of $550,000 per year?
The first line is back together as Jim McBride, Noah Eltringham and JT Volpe discuss the Vegas Golden Knights’ hot start. They also look at the bizarre first two weeks in the NHL. In other discussions, they look back at the Super Mario Bros. live action movie, the struggles of calling penalties in the NHL, some Philadelphia Flyers news and how Calgary broke Jagr.
Team Mullet decimated Team Mustache, gathering 91% of the votes. Now, they go on to take on Team Playoff Beard in the Final. Who will come out on top?
On this episode, host Jim McBride is on the penalty kill with Off the Dashers podcast call-up Nick Tricome. The boys discuss what happened before this episode (and why it was cursed), the start of the NHL regular season and everyone’s favorite player, Jaromir Jagr.
I thought about this for a while, coming up with names like George Parros, Cal Clutterbuck, and Trevor Gillies. Parros, Clutterbuck, and Gillies would make Team Mustache of the past decade. Then, I thought about mullets; Patrick Kane and Ziggy Palffy came to mind regarding Team Mullet.
On this episode, Jim McBride, Noah Eltringham, and new member JT Volpe discuss what got them into hockey and their favorite hockey game of all time. Also, they take a look at the NHL preseason and examine the new rule changes for the upcoming season.
The history books are filled with great players who made an impact in the NHL. This is not that kind of story.