The Hockey Guys Weekly Podcast: Episode 12

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The twelfth episode of The Hockey Guys Podcast is brimming with content as CoHosts James (@J_Habs) & Hunter (@HunterCrowther) speak with The Hockey Guys’ St. Louis Blues correspondent Randall Ritchey (@THG_Ritchey).

Randall explains what the Brett Hull signing means for the Blues and how it will impact future management decisions. To add to the list of St. Louis Blues news, the charismatic duo ask Randall what is going on with Alex Pietrangelo? Finally to close the Blues talk, Randall, Hunter & James discuss St. Louis’ chances of hoisting the Stanley Cup, and how they will fare in the upcoming season.

Other Topics of discussion in the twelfth episode:

  • Hunter exudes his burning passion for the Blue & White giving his take on the Nazem Kadri situation and what should be done with the young promising center.
  • James discusses Burke’s entry into the Calgary Flames organization and Hunter weighs in on what it could mean for GM Jay Feaster – can there really be two cooks in one kitchen?
  • Talk of the latest sensation to hit consoles, NHL 14 gets a mini review from James, having played early access – debating whether or not to purchase it? Have a listen and find out whats changed.

Click here to listen to the twelfth episode.

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In case you haven’t heard it, here’s last week’s episode.

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