On this week’s Hockey Feels: The summer is almost over, training camps begin in a couple weeks, so it’s time for Steven and Rachel to reconvene and catch up with some news and notes about how the summer has gone for them, their teams, and the NHL as a whole.
On this week’s Hockey Feels: everything! NHL Draft, the 2019-20 NHL schedule is released, trades, signings, buyouts, and more! This really is the busiest time of the year for hockey podcasts, isn’t it?
On this week’s Hockey Feels: The St. Louis Blues are Stanley Cup champions after defeating the Boston Bruins in Game 7 of the Final, Ryan O’Reilly wins the Conn Smythe Trophy, and the rest of the league is already busy on working on next season!
On this week’s Hockey Feels: Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Final awaits as the Bruins ruined St. Louis’s party by defeating the Blues 5-1 in Game 6. Also, the Charlotte Checkers win their first ever AHL championship, and have the Arizona Coyotes found a new majority owner?
On this week’s Hockey Feels: The Bruins and Blues are tied at 2-2 heading back to Boston for a pivotal Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Final, but are the Bruins getting too banged up? Also, NHL coaching changes and transactions, plus a statement from the NWHL.
On this week’s Hockey Feels: The Bruins dominated the St. Louis Blues in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final. Can the Blues recover? Also, the Oilers hire Dave Tippett as head coach, and Finland are men’s World Champions!
On this week’s Hockey Feels: The Bruins have made the Stanley Cup Final and await either the Blues or the Sharks, Great Britain avoids relegation at the IIHF Worlds, and women’s hockey players form a union.
On this week’s Hockey Feels: The Bruins are a win away from a return to the Stanley Cup Final, the Blues and Sharks are locked at 1-1 heading to St. Louis, and the World Championships are well underway in Slovakia.
On this week’s Hockey Feels: The Bunch of Jerks are in the Eastern Conference Final after the Hurricanes swept the Islanders – which teams will follow this week? Also, Rachel and Steven talk about the #ForTheGame movement put forth by over 200 women’s hockey players.