Episode 13 is live! Listen to the Nosebleed Hockey Show today.
The Patriots, Bruins, Celtics, and Red Sox have been doing something special over the last 20 years, but this could turn out to be the most impressive year yet.
On this week’s episode of The Nosebleed Hockey Show Fenty and Yackel talk about the conference finals. Will Binnington stand strong for Blues? Do we want a Boston/San Jose cup final? Then Chris and Jack argue about who should have the net in Carolina. This and a whole bunch more.
On this week’s episode of the Nosebleed Hockey Show Chris and Fenty talk about the second round series that have come to an end. Are offside challenges necessary? Then the boys get into some discussion and predictions about the Conference Finals. This-and a whole bunch more.
How many penalty minutes did Charlie McAvoy deserve for his hit on Josh Anderson?
On this week’s episode of the Nosebleed Hockey Show Fenty and Chris take a look at each of the four matchups in the league. The guys also talk about Chris running a half-marathon, the National Anthem singer in Boston, and the fact that emergency goalies is still a thing in the NHL. That and a whole bunch more!
We are now down to the final 8 teams, which of those teams do I have moving to the Conference Finals?
On this week’s episode of the Nosebleed Hockey Show, Fenty and Chris Yackel talk about if the parity in the NHL is a good thing or not. The guys also discuss the Blues/Jets series and the Flames/Avs series. Lastly, they talk and breakdown the game 7’s that are set to take place. All this and whole bunch more!
America’s pastime, baseball, is widely believed to have been created by a man named Abner Doubleday. But who is Abner Doubleday and why is he credited with inventing something he never wrote about in neither letters nor diaries?
The interaction between Robin Lehner and Patric Hornqvist showed the respect in hockey.