PCSN.tv http://pcsn.tv Your home for everything hockey Wed, 05 Mar 2014 17:29:31 +0000 en-US hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=3.8.1 Your home for everything hockey PCSN.tv no Your home for everything hockey PCSN.tv http://54.201.108.153/wp-content_327434/plugins/powerpress/rss_default.jpg http://pcsn.tv 006 An impressive home stand http://pcsn.tv/cwhl/calgary-inferno/006-an-impressive-home-stand-6389/ http://pcsn.tv/cwhl/calgary-inferno/006-an-impressive-home-stand-6389/#comments Wed, 05 Mar 2014 17:27:51 +0000 http://pcsn.tv/?p=6389 The Calgary Inferno are set to close out the remainder of their season at home. This past weekend they took 2 of 3 as they hosted the Boston Blades at WinSport.

  • Friday February 28 vs Boston Blades – 4-1 WIN
  • Saturday March 1 vs Boston Blades – 1-5 LOSS
  • Sunday March 2 vs Boston Blades – 4-2 WIN

Grabbing 4 of a possible 6 points the Inferno are just one win away from clinching their first ever post-season appearance in the Clarkson Cup. The next home game series is versus the Brampton Thunder in what could ultimately be a series that determines the post-season fate for both clubs.

We managed to get some great interviews during the intermissions, so be sure to check out the game archive. We took a few key messages from sidelined Calgary Inferno player Jenna Cunningham’s intermission interview and added them in to today’s show.

Each of the three remaining games are played on different ice surfaces. The first game on Friday is played at the Joan Snyder Arena at WinSport – what we would consider the Inferno’s home ice surface. The game on Saturday is also played at WinSport, but thanks to a partnership with Hockey Calgary and a TimBits Hockey Tournament going on, it will be played in Arena A – where the Inferno had their home-opener back in November. Then comes the final regular season game on Sunday being played at the Scotiabank Saddledome.

  • Friday March 14 vs Brampton Thunder – 8:00 pm
  • Saturday March 15 vs Brampton Thunder – 3:00 pm
  • Sunday March 16 vs Brampton Thunder – 11:00 am @ Saddledome

If you want to get your FREE tickets to see your Calgary Inferno play at the Scotiabank Saddledome, they’re easy to get for the 11:00 am puck drop time.  Email customerservice@calgaryflames.com or for further information please call 403-777-4646.

Entrance will be through the Avison Young Club Entrance and includes all the in-game give aways and entertainment of a Calgary Flames game. There will be concession food and beverage specials, silent auction, 50/50 draw and more.

We look forward to seeing you there.

And don’t forget you can catch every Calgary Inferno home game streamed live at calgaryinferno.net/live

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http://pcsn.tv/cwhl/calgary-inferno/006-an-impressive-home-stand-6389/feed/ 0 Boston Blades,Brampton Thunder,Calgary Inferno,podcast,Popular The Calgary Inferno are set to close out the remainder of their season at home. This past weekend they took 2 of 3 as they hosted the Boston Blades at WinSport. The Calgary Inferno are set to close out the remainder of their season at home. This past weekend they took 2 of 3 as they hosted the Boston Blades at WinSport. PCSN.tv no 22:37
Mar 2 Post-game: Calgary Inferno vs. Boston Blades http://pcsn.tv/shows/inferno-shows/inferno-postgame/09-post-game-calgary-inferno-vs-boston-blades-6388/ http://pcsn.tv/shows/inferno-shows/inferno-postgame/09-post-game-calgary-inferno-vs-boston-blades-6388/#comments Sun, 02 Mar 2014 22:01:55 +0000 http://pcsn.tv/?p=6388 Post-game coverage of the Calgary Inferno vs Boston Blades.

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http://pcsn.tv/shows/inferno-shows/inferno-postgame/09-post-game-calgary-inferno-vs-boston-blades-6388/feed/ 0 Boston Blades,Calgary Inferno,podcast,Popular Post-game coverage of the Calgary Inferno vs Boston Blades. Post-game coverage of the Calgary Inferno vs Boston Blades. PCSN.tv no 9:35
Mar 2 Game: Calgary Inferno vs. Boston Blades http://pcsn.tv/shows/inferno-shows/inferno-pxp/09-game-calgary-inferno-vs-boston-blades-6387/ http://pcsn.tv/shows/inferno-shows/inferno-pxp/09-game-calgary-inferno-vs-boston-blades-6387/#comments Sun, 02 Mar 2014 22:01:23 +0000 http://pcsn.tv/?p=6387 Live play-by-play coverage of the Calgary Inferno vs Boston Blades.

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Mar 2 Pre-game: Calgary Inferno vs. Boston Blades http://pcsn.tv/shows/inferno-shows/inferno-pregame/09-pre-game-calgary-inferno-vs-boston-blades-6386/ http://pcsn.tv/shows/inferno-shows/inferno-pregame/09-pre-game-calgary-inferno-vs-boston-blades-6386/#comments Sun, 02 Mar 2014 21:59:48 +0000 http://pcsn.tv/?p=6386 Pre-game coverage of the Calgary Inferno vs Boston Blades.

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http://pcsn.tv/shows/inferno-shows/inferno-pregame/09-pre-game-calgary-inferno-vs-boston-blades-6386/feed/ 0 Boston Blades,Calgary Inferno,podcast,Popular Pre-game coverage of the Calgary Inferno vs Boston Blades. Pre-game coverage of the Calgary Inferno vs Boston Blades. PCSN.tv no 23:32
Mar 1 Post-game: Calgary Inferno vs. Boston Blades http://pcsn.tv/shows/inferno-shows/inferno-postgame/08-post-game-calgary-inferno-vs-boston-blades-6385/ http://pcsn.tv/shows/inferno-shows/inferno-postgame/08-post-game-calgary-inferno-vs-boston-blades-6385/#comments Sun, 02 Mar 2014 15:49:52 +0000 http://pcsn.tv/?p=6385 Post-game coverage of the Calgary Inferno vs Boston Blades.

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http://pcsn.tv/shows/inferno-shows/inferno-postgame/08-post-game-calgary-inferno-vs-boston-blades-6385/feed/ 0 Boston Blades,Calgary Inferno,podcast,Popular Post-game coverage of the Calgary Inferno vs Boston Blades. Post-game coverage of the Calgary Inferno vs Boston Blades. PCSN.tv no 13:26
Mar 1 Game: Calgary Inferno vs. Boston Blades http://pcsn.tv/shows/inferno-shows/inferno-pxp/08-game-calgary-inferno-vs-boston-blades-6384/ http://pcsn.tv/shows/inferno-shows/inferno-pxp/08-game-calgary-inferno-vs-boston-blades-6384/#comments Sun, 02 Mar 2014 15:48:44 +0000 http://pcsn.tv/?p=6384 Live play-by-play coverage of the Calgary Inferno vs Boston Blades.

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http://pcsn.tv/shows/inferno-shows/inferno-pxp/08-game-calgary-inferno-vs-boston-blades-6384/feed/ 0 Boston Blades,Calgary Inferno,podcast,Popular Live play-by-play coverage of the Calgary Inferno vs Boston Blades. Live play-by-play coverage of the Calgary Inferno vs Boston Blades. PCSN.tv no 2:12:59
Mar 1 Pre-game: Calgary Inferno vs. Boston Blades http://pcsn.tv/shows/inferno-shows/inferno-pregame/08-pre-game-calgary-inferno-vs-boston-blades-6383/ http://pcsn.tv/shows/inferno-shows/inferno-pregame/08-pre-game-calgary-inferno-vs-boston-blades-6383/#comments Sun, 02 Mar 2014 15:47:55 +0000 http://pcsn.tv/?p=6383 Pre-game coverage of the Calgary Inferno vs Boston Blades.

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http://pcsn.tv/shows/inferno-shows/inferno-pregame/08-pre-game-calgary-inferno-vs-boston-blades-6383/feed/ 0 Boston Blades,Calgary Inferno,podcast,Popular Pre-game coverage of the Calgary Inferno vs Boston Blades. Pre-game coverage of the Calgary Inferno vs Boston Blades. PCSN.tv no 24:52
Feb 28 Post-game: Calgary Inferno vs. Boston Blades http://pcsn.tv/shows/inferno-shows/inferno-postgame/07-post-game-calgary-inferno-vs-boston-blades-6381/ http://pcsn.tv/shows/inferno-shows/inferno-postgame/07-post-game-calgary-inferno-vs-boston-blades-6381/#comments Sat, 01 Mar 2014 16:10:52 +0000 http://pcsn.tv/?p=6381 Post-game coverage of the Calgary Inferno vs Boston Blades.

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http://pcsn.tv/shows/inferno-shows/inferno-postgame/07-post-game-calgary-inferno-vs-boston-blades-6381/feed/ 0 Boston Blades,Calgary Inferno,podcast,Popular Post-game coverage of the Calgary Inferno vs Boston Blades. Post-game coverage of the Calgary Inferno vs Boston Blades. PCSN.tv no 4:04
Feb 28 Game: Calgary Inferno vs. Boston Blades http://pcsn.tv/shows/inferno-shows/inferno-pxp/07-game-calgary-inferno-vs-boston-blades-6382/ http://pcsn.tv/shows/inferno-shows/inferno-pxp/07-game-calgary-inferno-vs-boston-blades-6382/#comments Sat, 01 Mar 2014 16:10:39 +0000 http://pcsn.tv/?p=6382 Live play-by-play coverage of the Calgary Inferno vs Boston Blades.

Includes intermission interviews with Calgary Inferno player Danny Stone and Boston Blades player Ashley Cottrell.

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http://pcsn.tv/shows/inferno-shows/inferno-pxp/07-game-calgary-inferno-vs-boston-blades-6382/feed/ 0 Boston Blades,Calgary Inferno,podcast,Popular Live play-by-play coverage of the Calgary Inferno vs Boston Blades. - Includes intermission interviews with Calgary Inferno player Danny Stone and Boston Blades player Ashley Cottrell. Live play-by-play coverage of the Calgary Inferno vs Boston Blades. Includes intermission interviews with Calgary Inferno player Danny Stone and Boston Blades player Ashley Cottrell. PCSN.tv no 1:57:52
Feb 28 Pre-game: Calgary Inferno vs. Boston Blades http://pcsn.tv/shows/inferno-shows/inferno-pregame/07-pre-game-calgary-inferno-vs-boston-blades-6380/ http://pcsn.tv/shows/inferno-shows/inferno-pregame/07-pre-game-calgary-inferno-vs-boston-blades-6380/#comments Sat, 01 Mar 2014 16:10:25 +0000 http://pcsn.tv/?p=6380 Pre-game coverage of the Calgary Inferno vs Boston Blades.

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http://pcsn.tv/shows/inferno-shows/inferno-pregame/07-pre-game-calgary-inferno-vs-boston-blades-6380/feed/ 0 Boston Blades,Calgary Inferno,podcast,Popular Pre-game coverage of the Calgary Inferno vs Boston Blades. Pre-game coverage of the Calgary Inferno vs Boston Blades. PCSN.tv no 27:24
005 Catch us at the ‘Dome for FREE http://pcsn.tv/cwhl/calgary-inferno/005-inferno-live-saddledome-6377/ http://pcsn.tv/cwhl/calgary-inferno/005-inferno-live-saddledome-6377/#comments Wed, 26 Feb 2014 05:11:46 +0000 http://pcsn.tv/?p=6377 The Calgary Inferno are set to close out the remainder of their season at home. This weekend they host the Boston Blades in a three-game series at WinSport.

  • Friday February 28 vs Boston Blades – 8:00 pm
  • Saturday March 1 vs Boston Blades – 1:45 pm
  • Sunday March 2 vs Boston Blades – 7:30 am

The next home game series is versus the Brampton Thunder in what could be a series that determines the post-season fate for both clubs. The first two games on Friday and Saturday are played at WinSport, with the Sunday game being played at the Scotiabank Saddledome.

  • Friday March 14 vs Brampton Thunder – 8:00 pm
  • Saturday March 15 vs Brampton Thunder – 3:00 pm
  • Sunday March 16 vs Brampton Thunder – 11:00 am @ Saddledome

If you want to get your FREE tickets to see your Calgary Inferno play at the Scotiabank Saddledome, they’re easy to get for the 11:00 am puck drop time.  Email customerservice@calgaryflames.com or for further information please call 403-777-4646.

Entrance will be through the Avison Young Club Entrance and includes all the in-game giveway’s and entertainment of a Calgary Flames game. There will be concession food and beverage specials, silent auction, 50/50 draw and more.

We look forward to seeing you there.

And don’t forget you can catch every Calgary Inferno home game streamed live at calgaryinferno.net/live

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http://pcsn.tv/cwhl/calgary-inferno/005-inferno-live-saddledome-6377/feed/ 0 Boston Blades,Brampton Thunder,Calgary Inferno,podcast,Popular The Calgary Inferno are set to close out the remainder of their season at home. This weekend they host the Boston Blades in a three-game series at WinSport. Friday February 28 vs Boston Blades - 8:00 pm Saturday March 1 vs Boston Blades - 1:45 pm The Calgary Inferno are set to close out the remainder of their season at home. This weekend they host the Boston Blades in a three-game series at WinSport. Friday February 28 vs Boston Blades - 8:00 pm Saturday March 1 vs Boston Blades - 1:45 pm Sunday March 2 vs Boston Blades - 7:30 am The next home game series is versus the Brampton Thunder in what could be a series that determines the post-season fate for both clubs. The first two games on Friday and Saturday are played at WinSport, with the Sunday game being played at the Scotiabank Saddledome. Friday March 14 vs Brampton Thunder - 8:00 pm Saturday March 15 vs Brampton Thunder - 3:00 pm Sunday March 16 vs Brampton Thunder - 11:00 am @ Saddledome If you want to get your FREE tickets to see your Calgary Inferno play at the Scotiabank Saddledome, they're easy to get for the 11:00 am puck drop time.  Email customerservice@calgaryflames.com or for further information please call 403-777-4646. Entrance will be through the Avison Young Club Entrance and includes all the in-game giveway's and entertainment of a Calgary Flames game. There will be concession food and beverage specials, silent auction, 50/50 draw and more. We look forward to seeing you there. And don't forget you can catch every Calgary Inferno home game streamed live at calgaryinferno.net/live PCSN.tv no 15:50
004 Impressive play http://pcsn.tv/cwhl/calgary-inferno/004-impressive-play-6367/ http://pcsn.tv/cwhl/calgary-inferno/004-impressive-play-6367/#comments Fri, 07 Feb 2014 21:31:12 +0000 http://pcsn.tv/?p=6367 It’s been a couple months since the last episode of Ignite and there’s been some great action in the CWHL.

The Inferno are sitting in the last position to battle playoffs for the Clarkson Cup after taking one of three the past weekend over the dominant Montreal Stars. If you missed any of the play, you can always listen to previous games in the archive.

The Inferno have two more home stands coming at the end of February over the Boston Blades and then two-weeks later against the Brampton Thunder.

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http://pcsn.tv/cwhl/calgary-inferno/004-impressive-play-6367/feed/ 0 Boston Blades,Calgary Inferno,Montreal Stars,podcast,Popular The Inferno are sitting in the last position to battle playoffs for the Clarkson Cup after taking one of three the past weekend over the dominant Montreal Stars. The Inferno are sitting in the last position to battle playoffs for the Clarkson Cup after taking one of three the past weekend over the dominant Montreal Stars. PCSN.tv no 31:13
Star Filled Weekend http://pcsn.tv/cwhl/calgary-inferno/star-filled-weekend-6365/ http://pcsn.tv/cwhl/calgary-inferno/star-filled-weekend-6365/#comments Tue, 04 Feb 2014 17:36:49 +0000 http://pcsn.tv?p=6365&preview_id=6365 Friday’s Game 8:00 PM – Calgary Inferno 1 – Montreal Stars 3

Goals
1st (0:49) Montreal – D. Thibault (7) PP (S. Vaillancourt, C. Chartrand), (7:13) Calgary – K. Webster (1) PP (T. Peacock, J. Paetsch)
2nd No Scoring
3rd (14:53) Montreal – A. Bettez (12) PP (D. Thibault, S. Vaillancourt), (19:24) Montreal – S. Vaillancourt (9) EN (A. Bettez, C. Hill)

Shots
Calgary (9,10,3) – 22
Montreal (10,6,13) – 29

Three Stars
1st – S. Vaillancourt (MON)
2nd – D. Brian (CAL)
3rd – D. Thibault (MON)

PCSN.tv Too Hot To Handle Inferno Player of the Game: Bianca Zuber

Quick Recap: The Stars came out with an early goal on the first shot of the game, but the Inferno responded quickly and controlled most of the play through the first two periods before a late power play goal in the third period put the Stars ahead for good.


Saturday’s Game 1:45 PM – Calgary Inferno 3 – Montreal Stars 5

Goals
1st (1:20) Calgary – J. Wong (2) (D. Stone), (6:27) Montreal – D. Thibault (8) PP (C. Chartrand, V. Davidson), (16:23) Montreal – V. Bouetz-Andrieu (1) (A. Bettez, S. Vaillancourt)
2nd (3:33) Montreal – M. Provost (8) (C. Dupius)
3rd (3:34) Montreal – A. Bettez (13) PP (C. Chartrand), (12:59) Calgary – C. Purcell (2) (E. Kromm, J. O’Grady), (17:18) Montreal – C. Hill (1) (A. Cecere), (19:49) Calgary – C. Purcell (3) PP (J. Wong, L. Dostaler)

Shots
Calgary (6,6,8) – 20
Montreal (11,10,9) – 30

Three Stars
1st - A. Bettez (MON)
2nd – J. Wong (CAL)
3rd – C. Chartrand (MON)

PCSN.tv Too Hot To Handle Inferno Player of the Game: Jessica Wong

Quick Recap: The Inferno opened the scoring and continued to battle in a back and forth game that did not translate to the score sheet. After the Stars tied the game on a controversial goal early in the first period they would take the lead and extend it to 3-1 in the second. The teams would trade goals in the third for the Stars second straight victory.


Sunday’s Game 12:00 PM – Calgary Inferno 2 (SO) – Montreal Stars 1

Goals
1st (15:23) Calgary – D. Stone (9) (EA) (Paetsch, Schreoder)
2nd No Scoring
3rd (15:47) Montreal – A. Bettez (14) (Vaillancourt, Dupuis)
OT No Scoring

Shootout
Montreal – A. Cecere – No Goal
Calgary – J. Wong – No Goal
Montreal – V. Davidson – No Goal
Calgary – J. Paestch – Goal
Montreal – S. Vaillancourt

Shots
Calgary (6,1,4,0) – 11
Montreal (6,16,9,3) – 34

Three Stars
1st – Catherine Heron (MON)
2nd – Julie Paestch (CAL)
3rd – Dany Stone (CAL)

PCSN.tv Too Hot To Handle Player of the Game: Delayne Brian

Quick Recap: The Inferno came out strong in the first period scoring the only go to lead 1 – 0 after the first while tied in shots 6-6. From there it was the Delayne Brian show as the Stars outshot the Inferno 15-1 in the second period and 9-3 in the third period finally beating her on the 30th shot of the game to force overtime. OT saw the Inferno apply the pressure once again until Karolina Urban took a penalty with just under two minutes to play. As it had done all game the penalty kill was strong not allowing the Stars to score on nine opportunities and forcing the shoot out where Julie Patsch scored the lone goal and Delayne Brian shut the door to hand the league leading Stars only their third defeat this season.

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Feb 2 Game: Calgary Inferno vs. Montreal Stars http://pcsn.tv/shows/inferno-shows/inferno-pxp/06-game-calgary-inferno-vs-montreal-stars-6371/ http://pcsn.tv/shows/inferno-shows/inferno-pxp/06-game-calgary-inferno-vs-montreal-stars-6371/#comments Mon, 03 Feb 2014 21:35:01 +0000 http://pcsn.tv/?p=6371 Live play-by-play coverage of the Calgary Inferno vs Montreal Stars.

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Feb 1 Post-game: Calgary Inferno vs. Montreal Stars http://pcsn.tv/shows/inferno-shows/inferno-postgame/06-post-game-calgary-inferno-vs-montreal-stars-6373/ http://pcsn.tv/shows/inferno-shows/inferno-postgame/06-post-game-calgary-inferno-vs-montreal-stars-6373/#comments Sun, 02 Feb 2014 21:39:43 +0000 http://pcsn.tv/?p=6373 Post-game coverage after the Calgary Inferno vs. Montreal Stars

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Feb 1 Game: Calgary Inferno vs. Montreal Stars http://pcsn.tv/shows/inferno-shows/inferno-pxp/05-game-calgary-inferno-vs-montreal-stars-6370/ http://pcsn.tv/shows/inferno-shows/inferno-pxp/05-game-calgary-inferno-vs-montreal-stars-6370/#comments Sun, 02 Feb 2014 21:34:59 +0000 http://pcsn.tv/?p=6370 Live play-by-play coverage of the Calgary Inferno vs Montreal Stars.

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Jan 31 Post-game: Calgary Inferno vs. Montreal Stars http://pcsn.tv/shows/inferno-shows/inferno-postgame/05-post-game-calgary-inferno-vs-montreal-stars-6372/ http://pcsn.tv/shows/inferno-shows/inferno-postgame/05-post-game-calgary-inferno-vs-montreal-stars-6372/#comments Sat, 01 Feb 2014 21:38:49 +0000 http://pcsn.tv/?p=6372 Post-game coverage after the Calgary Inferno vs. Montreal Stars

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Jan 31 Game: Calgary Inferno vs. Montreal Stars http://pcsn.tv/shows/inferno-shows/inferno-pxp/04-game-calgary-inferno-vs-montreal-stars-6369/ http://pcsn.tv/shows/inferno-shows/inferno-pxp/04-game-calgary-inferno-vs-montreal-stars-6369/#comments Sat, 01 Feb 2014 21:33:25 +0000 http://pcsn.tv/?p=6369 Live play-by-play coverage of the Calgary Inferno vs Montreal Stars.

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Jan 31 Pre-game: Calgary Inferno vs. Montreal Stars http://pcsn.tv/shows/inferno-shows/inferno-pregame/jan-31-pre-game-calgary-inferno-vs-montreal-stars-6374/ http://pcsn.tv/shows/inferno-shows/inferno-pregame/jan-31-pre-game-calgary-inferno-vs-montreal-stars-6374/#comments Sat, 01 Feb 2014 21:20:39 +0000 http://pcsn.tv/?p=6374 Pre-game coverage of the Calgary Inferno as they host the Montreal Stars.

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DHS 8: Live from Shannon’s Irish Pub http://pcsn.tv/shows/drunk-hockey/dhs-8-live-from-shannons-irish-pub-6363/ http://pcsn.tv/shows/drunk-hockey/dhs-8-live-from-shannons-irish-pub-6363/#comments Tue, 21 Jan 2014 05:15:20 +0000 http://pcsn.tv/?p=6363 A new format for the Drunk Hockey Show with a more structured format. Host “that drunk guy” Jeff Stevenson (@WWoJeff) decided it was time to do the show live, in person and on location so we took to Shannon’s Irish Pub & Eatery. Jeff was joined by long-time DHS guests Ezra Ginsburg (@ICEzzyG) and Holly Bausman (@HollyMonster97) with a special appearance from TJ Connors (@TJConnorsTweets)

In all likelihood you missed the pre-game where some fun was had including attempting to make some drunk dials to Mike Bossy. Where was Marshall Stevenson (@spryd) you might ask, well he was there producing and chimed in every so often but he wasn’t really drinking…until after the show.

There shockingly was a lot of alcohol consumed by everyone, but there’s no clue how much (unless you watch the video and count). Thanks to Sleeman’s and Wisers Spiced Rum, the drinks kept coming all night long. Of course, all the guests were sporting new threads from the Drunk Hockey Show shop by Offside Gear.

In the first period we talked about the Men’s Olympic Hockey team – who was there, who wasn’t, expected finishing, etc.

Then the second period was all about the women. Talk of the CWHL, Women’s Olympic Hockey team and the talk of women in sport.

The third, and thankfully final period’s topic of discussion, was the homer topic – the Winnipeg Jets.

The pre-game housed The Drunk Tank – a quick fire question trivia segment where Marshall gets to make Jeff look even stupider. 

Our feedback line is available 24×7 at 855.321.5387 so feel free to call any time. And of course be sure to follow @DrunkHockeyShow on Twitter for updates on the next episode of Drunk Hockey Show coming at you live. And be sure to contact us to let us know if you’d like to be a guest on an upcoming episode.

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Complete video of the entire episode can be watched below. The show starts at the 41:30 mark.

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http://pcsn.tv/shows/drunk-hockey/dhs-8-live-from-shannons-irish-pub-6363/feed/ 0 Popular A new format for the Drunk Hockey Show with a more structured format. Host "that drunk guy" Jeff Stevenson (@WWoJeff) decided it was time to do the show live, in person and on location so we took to Shannon's Irish Pub & Eatery. A new format for the Drunk Hockey Show with a more structured format. Host "that drunk guy" Jeff Stevenson (@WWoJeff) decided it was time to do the show live, in person and on location so we took to Shannon's Irish Pub & Eatery. Jeff was joined by long-time DHS guests Ezra Ginsburg (@ICEzzyG) and Holly Bausman (@HollyMonster97) with a special appearance from TJ Connors (@TJConnorsTweets) In all likelihood you missed the pre-game where some fun was had including attempting to make some drunk dials to Mike Bossy. Where was Marshall Stevenson (@spryd) you might ask, well he was there producing and chimed in every so often but he wasn't really drinking...until after the show. There shockingly was a lot of alcohol consumed by everyone, but there's no clue how much (unless you watch the video and count). Thanks to Sleeman's and Wisers Spiced Rum, the drinks kept coming all night long. Of course, all the guests were sporting new threads from the Drunk Hockey Show shop by Offside Gear. In the first period we talked about the Men's Olympic Hockey team - who was there, who wasn't, expected finishing, etc. Then the second period was all about the women. Talk of the CWHL, Women's Olympic Hockey team and the talk of women in sport. The third, and thankfully final period's topic of discussion, was the homer topic - the Winnipeg Jets. The pre-game housed The Drunk Tank -- a quick fire question trivia segment where Marshall gets to make Jeff look even stupider.  Our feedback line is available 24x7 at 855.321.5387 so feel free to call any time. And of course be sure to follow @DrunkHockeyShow on Twitter for updates on the next episode of Drunk Hockey Show coming at you live. And be sure to contact us to let us know if you'd like to be a guest on an upcoming episode. Don't forget too that you can subscribe to the Drunk Hockey Show in iTunes as well! Complete video of the entire episode can be watched below. The show starts at the 41:30 mark. PCSN.tv no 1:15:47
Team Canada Roster for Sochi 2014 as picked by Jeff http://pcsn.tv/news/team-canada-roster-6308/ http://pcsn.tv/news/team-canada-roster-6308/#comments Mon, 06 Jan 2014 21:17:41 +0000 http://pcsn.tv/?p=6308 The results will be in shortly from the actual source but like so many others here is my Team Canada if I was picking the team for Stevie Y.

Goaltenders

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Roberto Louongo – The incumbent starter and will head to Sochi as the number one but will he hold on to that title?

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Carey Price – He’ll get his chances to take the reigns and if Louongo has an off game Price will be the man, he’s also my early favorite to be the starter in 2018.

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Mike Smith -Well deserved to make this team but will have to be a moral supporter as the third goalie.

Defense

weber
Shea Weber – One of several defenceman that return from the 2010 team and one of the locks to be on everyone’s team.

Doughty
Drew Doughty – Also a carry over from 2010 when he was still bright eyed and bushy tailed. Four years later he’s added a Stanley Cup to go with his gold medal. Look for him to be paired with Weber to start off with on the top pair.

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Duncan Keith – Another no doubter and while Doughty added a Stanley Cup, Keith has added two.

seabrook
Brent Seabrook – In a short tournament you can never underestimate chemistry. It paid off in 2010 and I think it will in 2014 as well.

pietrangelo
Alex Pietrangelo – As solid as they come on the blue line when Pietrangelo lines up on your third pairing you’re looking pretty good.

bouwmeester
Jay Boumeester – See Seabrook. Chemistry and being able to have two regular defense pairings will make life that much easier for the coaches and can add some much needed stability while the forwards adapt to each other. Plus his skating on the big ice can not be overlooked.

subban
PK Subban – If he is not selected it won’t be for lack of intensity but perhaps too much of it. His role to start will be of cheerleader but if he makes the most of his chances could bump out Seabrook or Boumeester for playing time.

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Travis Hamonic – For your eighth and final defenseman I have Hamonic slotting in. He’s a guy who can play physical when called upon and won’t complain about his spot on the depth chart.

Forwards

crosby
Sydney Crosby – Duh! The only question regarding Crosby on this team is does he wear the C or not. He will centre the top line.

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Rick Nash – He has played well with Crosby in the past and will start on his right wing. He’s proven himself in past international tournaments to make up for a so so season so far.

tavares
Jonathan Tavares – I have him sliding over to the left wing to play alongside Crosby. Both players can pass and score and putting them with a natural scorer like Nash should be deadly. Tavares has experience on the big ice and has excelled which gives him the chance to play on the top line.

getzlaf
Ryan Getzlaf – Big, strong and knows how to put the puck in the net. He’ll centre the second line.

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Corey Perry – Look for Perry to find himself on the wing with Getzlaf. This is another pick that really needs no defense.

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Eric Staal – I’ve seen him left off a lot of teams but his size and skill and chemistry with some of the returning players will have him on the team. He’ll start playing with Getzlaf and Perry on the wing.

toews
Jonathan Toews – The other candidate to wear the C, captain serious is an obvious selection and only a fool would leave him off this roster.

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Patrick Sharp – Toews teammate will line up beside him on the wing. Sharp can do it all and is a perfect fit on the third line that will be relied on to put the puck in the net just as much as the top two lines.

stlouis
Martin St. Louis – If Steven Stamkos is healthy these two would play together but I don’t think Stamkos will go and if I’m Steve Yzerman I don’t risk losing him for the rest of the season by rushing him back to early no matter how much he wants to be part of team Canada. Because of that St. Louis finds himself with a pair of Blackhawks and gets is shot at Olympic glory after being passed over in 2010.

thornton
Joe Thornton – Jumbo Joe has been left off many projected line ups but the NHL assist leader has to be on this team and will be asked on to play a checking role much like he did previously with Shane Doan and Kris Draper. Who didn’t love the DDT line? His size and strength plus his willingness to do whatever is asked for him are the intangibles that gives him the nod at centre on my forth line.

bergeron
Patrice Bergeron – While I have him starting out on my forth line and playing wing we all know that Bergeron will be used as the key face off man, a role he excelled in during the 2010 games.

ladd
Andrew Ladd – Perhaps the hardest choice was selecting Ladd over Milan Lucic. The deciding factor is that Ladd I feel will be a better fit in the checking role and will be less likely to take penalties.

duchene
Matt Duchene – The young centre draws in as the first of two extra forwards thanks to Stamkos’s injury. He’s been streaky this season but when he’s been on, he’s been one of the main reason Colorado has found success.

eberle
Jordan Eberle – Eberle gets the last spot, he’s had great success representing Canada and has been one of those players who raises his game when it counts most. You can’t teach clutch and you shouldn’t overlook it either. Both Duchene and Eberle are young players who will be key parts of future Canadian teams and will have no issue being the 13 and 14th forwards with minimal opportunity but both add very unique skills that can still help Canada to gold.

 

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003 Go Inferno http://pcsn.tv/cwhl/calgary-inferno/003-go-inferno-6303/ http://pcsn.tv/cwhl/calgary-inferno/003-go-inferno-6303/#comments Wed, 30 Nov -0001 00:00:00 +0000 http://pcsn.tv/?p=6303 It’s been a few weeks since the last episode of Ignite and there’s been some great action in the CWHL. The Calgary Inferno just wrapped up a weekend series against the Montreal Stars in Quebec and we recap the weekend. We recap the games and take a look ahead at the weeks to come.

We’ll be taking a holiday break just like the team will be and will be back in the new year. However we’ve got a last chance for a special gift – a CWHL Seasons Pass for you and a deserving friend. Talk about giving an awesome gift!

There are some BONUS ways to get extra entries and ways to win that we cover in the show.

In addition to the requirement of calling 855.444.2924 (don’t worry, it’s toll-free so costs you nothing) you can up to four more entries by:

You’ve got until 12:00 noon this Saturday December 21, 2013 to enter.

Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays, Joyeux Noel and a Happy New Year to you and every one. We hope you have a safe holiday season and look forward to entertaining you in 2014. Go Inferno!

Photo: Facebook via Marc St-Pierre

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Inferno drop three in Montreal http://pcsn.tv/cwhl/calgary-inferno/drop-three-in-montreal-6301/ http://pcsn.tv/cwhl/calgary-inferno/drop-three-in-montreal-6301/#comments Tue, 17 Dec 2013 23:19:02 +0000 http://pcsn.tv/?p=6301 It seems as though nothing was going right for the Calgary Inferno as they were back on the road for another three games—this time in Montreal. The Inferno were simply out-muscled on all fronts being out-scored 12-4 over the three games (3-0, 5-2, 4-2).

The Calgary powerplay continued to struggle going 1 for 15, while the penalty kill was almost the reverse. The Inferno were a man down 22 times over the course of the battle and Montreal capitalized scoring five of their twelve goals with the man advantage.

Leading scorer for the Calgary Inferno, Danielle Stone, notched a goal on Sunday to stay at the top of her team, while Jenna Cunningham has tied her with six goals on the season. Stone leads with nine points followed by Cunningham’s eight.

The best chance at a win came on Monday December 16 when the Calgary Inferno lead the Montreal Stars 2-1 after the first period on goals from Julie Paetsch and Abygail Laking. Unfortunately they couldn’t hold on allowing the Stars to score four unanswered goals and ultimately the win.

The holiday break has begun as the next Calgary Inferno game is January 11 on the road in Toronto. You’ll be able to catch the live video stream on cwhl.ca of that game. The Inferno’s next home game is Friday January 31 which you can catch in person or live on PCSN.tv.

Photo: Facebook via Marc St-Pierre

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Enter to Win: A Christmas Contest http://pcsn.tv/cwhl/calgary-inferno/enter-to-win-a-christmas-contest-6295/ http://pcsn.tv/cwhl/calgary-inferno/enter-to-win-a-christmas-contest-6295/#comments Sun, 08 Dec 2013 01:53:19 +0000 http://pcsn.tv/?p=6295 If you missed this weeks IGNITE then you missed a chance to give by winning. Thankfully there is still time as the deadline to enter is noon mountain time on December 20. PCSN.tv and the Calgary Inferno are offering you the chance to give the gift of hockey to someone you feel is deserving of it. We have two CWHL Season Passes to give away in time for Christmas.

To enter all you need to do is call 1.855.444.2924 and leave us a message with the following information:

  • Your name
  • Your favourite Inferno Player
  • Who you want to give a season pass to all CWHL games
  • Why they deserve this gift
  • Your email address and/or phone number (this will be kept confidential)

Enter to win by 12:00 noon MT December 21, 2013. Two winners will be selected and the gift will be sent to the person nominated from you, the Calgary Inferno and PCSN.tv.

Don’t wait till it’s too late, call NOW and help us give the gift of hockey this Christmas.

BONUS: In episode 3 of IGNITE we let you know how to get up to four more entries!

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002 That’s it! http://pcsn.tv/cwhl/calgary-inferno/002-thats-it-6289/ http://pcsn.tv/cwhl/calgary-inferno/002-thats-it-6289/#comments Wed, 30 Nov -0001 00:00:00 +0000 http://pcsn.tv/?p=6289 What a great week to review the Calgary Inferno. Three games in a row during their home opener weekend and the Inferno taking two of three games on the back of some intense goaltending from netminder Kathy Desjardins.

PLUS we’ve got a great contest for you to help share the experience of the CWHL with friends and family this holiday season. It’s all jam packed in this weeks episode of IGNITE!

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http://pcsn.tv/cwhl/calgary-inferno/002-thats-it-6289/feed/ 0 Calgary Inferno,podcast,Popular What a great week to review the Calgary Inferno. Three games in a row during their home opener weekend and the Inferno taking two of three games on the back of some intense goaltending from netminder Kathy Desjardins. - What a great week to review the Calgary Inferno. Three games in a row during their home opener weekend and the Inferno taking two of three games on the back of some intense goaltending from netminder Kathy Desjardins. PLUS we've got a great contest for you to help share the experience of the CWHL with friends and family this holiday season. It's all jam packed in this weeks episode of IGNITE! PCSN.tv no 27:59
Dec 1 Post-game: Calgary Inferno vs. Toronto Furies http://pcsn.tv/shows/inferno-shows/inferno-postgame/03-post-game-calgary-inferno-vs-toronto-furies-6288/ http://pcsn.tv/shows/inferno-shows/inferno-postgame/03-post-game-calgary-inferno-vs-toronto-furies-6288/#comments Mon, 02 Dec 2013 17:30:42 +0000 http://pcsn.tv/?p=6288 Post-game coverage after the Calgary Inferno vs. Toronto Furies game on December 1.

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Dec 1 Game: Calgary Inferno vs. Toronto Furies http://pcsn.tv/shows/inferno-shows/inferno-pxp/03-game-calgary-inferno-vs-toronto-furies-6286/ http://pcsn.tv/shows/inferno-shows/inferno-pxp/03-game-calgary-inferno-vs-toronto-furies-6286/#comments Mon, 02 Dec 2013 17:15:54 +0000 http://pcsn.tv/?p=6286 Live play-by-play coverage of the Calgary Inferno vs Toronto Furies.

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Dec 1 Pre-game: Calgary Inferno vs. Toronto Furies http://pcsn.tv/shows/inferno-shows/inferno-pregame/03-pre-game-calgary-inferno-vs-toronto-furies-6287/ http://pcsn.tv/shows/inferno-shows/inferno-pregame/03-pre-game-calgary-inferno-vs-toronto-furies-6287/#comments Mon, 02 Dec 2013 17:00:24 +0000 http://pcsn.tv/?p=6287 Pre-game coverage of the Calgary Inferno as they host the Toronto Furies.

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http://pcsn.tv/shows/inferno-shows/inferno-pregame/03-pre-game-calgary-inferno-vs-toronto-furies-6287/feed/ 0 Calgary Inferno,podcast,Popular,Toronto Furies Pre-game coverage of the Calgary Inferno as they host the Toronto Furies. Pre-game coverage of the Calgary Inferno as they host the Toronto Furies. PCSN.tv no 27:33
Calgary Inferno take home-opener series 2-1 over Toronto Furies in CWHL action http://pcsn.tv/cwhl/calgary-inferno/calgary-take-home-opener-series-6253/ http://pcsn.tv/cwhl/calgary-inferno/calgary-take-home-opener-series-6253/#comments Mon, 02 Dec 2013 16:31:23 +0000 http://pcsn.tv/?p=6253 It was an action packed weekend at Winsport in Calgary, Alberta as the Calgary Inferno hit the ice in their first home games of the 2013-14 season facing off against the Toronto Furies.

Friday saw the teams compete to an eventual shootout win by the Inferno on the large Olympic sized rink to a final score of 3-2 on the back of leading goal scorer Jenna Cunningham. Cunningham was the only skater to score in the shootout beating Furies goalie Sami Jo Small to clinch the home opener and extend the Inferno winning streak to two in a row.

Saturday the Calgary Inferno skated to another victory over the Furies on their home rink at Winsport’s Joan Snyder arena. The final score of 2-1 saw winning goalie Kathy Desjardins claiming the first-star after stopping 15 of 16 shots. The Inferno managed to get off a total of 26 shots in their victory.

Sunday returning to the Joan Snyder arena for a noon puck drop saw a tight fought battle through two periods of play. Coming in to the third tied at one, it looked like the game was headed to an extra frame as Furies netminder Christina Kessler had shut the door stopping 27 of Calgary’s 28 shots through two. But it was in that third that Toronto unleashed their fury and notched six goals on just nine shots getting them by Inferno goalie Delayne Brian. The final score on Sunday saw the Furies snap the Inferno winning streak at three games to a final score of 7-1.

pcsn-broadcastCalgary, AB Nov 30 – Play-by-play Marshall Stevenson smiles for the camera as coulour-man Jeff Stevenson shares his thoughts on-air at the Calgary Inferno home-opener.

Complete replay of the Calgary Inferno games will be available shortly on PCSN.tv and in iTunes.

After the weekend of play the Inferno ranked as high as second in the CWHL but find themselves in a three way tie with Montreal and Toronto with 7-points, however ranked currently in fourth place due to games played.

The Calgary Inferno face-off against the University of Calgary Dinos in exhibition play this upcoming Saturday, December 7 at the Winsport arenas with puck drop at 3:15.

Before the holiday break the Inferno are off to Montreal to face the Stars in a 3-game series December 14-16.

Next Calgary Inferno home-game coverage on PCSN.tv is January 31, 2014 when the Montreal Stars come to visit. Become an MVP to get notified of upcoming game coverage.

Photos: Twitter via @NHLFlames | Twitter via @sammiecakes20

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Nov 30 Post-game: Calgary Inferno vs. Toronto Furies http://pcsn.tv/shows/inferno-shows/inferno-postgame/02-post-game-calgary-inferno-vs-toronto-furies-6284/ http://pcsn.tv/shows/inferno-shows/inferno-postgame/02-post-game-calgary-inferno-vs-toronto-furies-6284/#comments Sun, 01 Dec 2013 17:30:46 +0000 http://pcsn.tv/?p=6284 Post-game coverage after the Calgary Inferno vs. Toronto Furies game on November 30.

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Nov 30 Game: Calgary Inferno vs. Toronto Furies http://pcsn.tv/shows/inferno-shows/inferno-pxp/02-game-calgary-inferno-vs-toronto-furies-6285/ http://pcsn.tv/shows/inferno-shows/inferno-pxp/02-game-calgary-inferno-vs-toronto-furies-6285/#comments Sun, 01 Dec 2013 17:20:23 +0000 http://pcsn.tv/?p=6285 Live play-by-play coverage of the Calgary Inferno vs Toronto Furies.

Intermission interviews include Furies GM Rebecca Davies.

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Nov 30 Pre-game: Calgary Inferno vs. Toronto Furies http://pcsn.tv/shows/inferno-shows/inferno-pregame/02-pre-game-calgary-inferno-vs-toronto-furies-6255/ http://pcsn.tv/shows/inferno-shows/inferno-pregame/02-pre-game-calgary-inferno-vs-toronto-furies-6255/#comments Sun, 01 Dec 2013 17:06:36 +0000 http://pcsn.tv/?p=6255 Pre-game coverage of the Calgary Inferno’s home opener as they host the Toronto Furies.

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Nov 29 Post-game: Calgary Inferno vs. Toronto Furies http://pcsn.tv/shows/inferno-shows/inferno-postgame/01-post-game-calgary-inferno-vs-toronto-furies-6249/ http://pcsn.tv/shows/inferno-shows/inferno-postgame/01-post-game-calgary-inferno-vs-toronto-furies-6249/#comments Sat, 30 Nov 2013 17:50:19 +0000 http://pcsn.tv/?p=6249 Post-game coverage and reactions on the Calgary Inferno’s home opener shoot out victory over the Toronto Furies.

Too Hot to Handle – the Inferno player who impressed adding key components to the game – #16 Julie Paetsch

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Nov 29 Game: Calgary Inferno vs. Toronto Furies http://pcsn.tv/shows/inferno-shows/inferno-pxp/01-game-calgary-inferno-vs-toronto-furies-6248/ http://pcsn.tv/shows/inferno-shows/inferno-pxp/01-game-calgary-inferno-vs-toronto-furies-6248/#comments Sat, 30 Nov 2013 17:48:36 +0000 http://pcsn.tv/?p=6248 Live play-by-play coverage of the  Calgary Inferno home opener vs Toronto Furies.

Intermission interviews include Inferno GM Chantal Champagne and leading scorer Dany Stone.

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Nov 29 Pre-game: Calgary Inferno vs. Toronto Furies http://pcsn.tv/shows/inferno-shows/inferno-pregame/01-pre-game-calgary-inferno-vs-toronto-furies-6247/ http://pcsn.tv/shows/inferno-shows/inferno-pregame/01-pre-game-calgary-inferno-vs-toronto-furies-6247/#comments Sat, 30 Nov 2013 17:46:09 +0000 http://pcsn.tv/?p=6247 Pre-game coverage of the Calgary Inferno’s home opener as they host the Toronto Furies.

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Every home game to your ears http://pcsn.tv/cwhl/calgary-inferno/every-home-game-to-your-ears-6245/ http://pcsn.tv/cwhl/calgary-inferno/every-home-game-to-your-ears-6245/#comments Fri, 29 Nov 2013 19:19:13 +0000 http://pcsn.tv/?p=6245 We’re excited to announce that PCSN.tv has partnered with the CWHL to become the official online radio streaming provider for all Calgary Inferno home games. That means that anywhere in Alberta you can now catch the action of the only professional women’s hockey team in Western Canada.

Game times are always subject to change, but we’ve got them laid out for you so you can make your plans to listen. And this also means that fans of the visiting team can tune in and catch their team on the road.

We hope you’ll take a chance and tune in as the Inferno host the Toronto Furies tonight in their home opener at 7:45 MT. Tune in half an hour before the game for our pre-game show and after the game is done we’ll have our post-game thoughts.

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Calgary Inferno defeat defending champs for first win of season http://pcsn.tv/cwhl/calgary-inferno/calgary-first-win-5218/ http://pcsn.tv/cwhl/calgary-inferno/calgary-first-win-5218/#comments Thu, 28 Nov 2013 22:53:53 +0000 http://54.201.108.153/?p=5218 It’s been a long road for the Calgary Inferno as their first five games of the season have all been on the road. The professional women’s hockey team of the CWHL took to the ice in an early morning tilt on Sunday November 24 against Clarkson Cup defending champions Boston Blades. An evenly matched two periods saw the score sitting at a pair of zeros and then in the third, the Inferno seemed to be ignited.

Inferno’s leading scorer, Danielle Stone netted the first goal of the game at 12:01 of the third on a penalty shot after Blades defender Dru Burns was caught hooking Stone on her way to the net. Just over three-minutes later Taryn Peacock netted her second of the season for the eventual game winning goal.

Stone was assessed a hooking penalty at the 14:29 mark of the third sending the Blades to a powerplay. The Inferno successfully killed the advantage. Just seven-seconds after stepping out of the box, the Blades cut the Inferno lead in half on a goal from Blades leading scorer Casey Pickett.

With some disciplined play in the remaining three-minutes of the game the Inferno were able to shut down the Blades and capture their first win of the season. Of course, no shortage of highlight reel saves were made by Inferno netminder Kathy Desjardins who faced an astounding 37 shots from the Blades players.

The win comes as the ladies return home to Calgary for their home opener on Friday November 29 at WinSport Arena where they’ll face the Toronto Furies on the Olympic sized ice. Grab your tickets and come on down. We hope to see you in person and remember you can tune in live to all Calgary Inferno home games right here on ignitetheinferno.com.

Photo: Twitter via @BostonCWHL

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001 Go Inferno! http://pcsn.tv/cwhl/calgary-inferno/go-inferno-6243/ http://pcsn.tv/cwhl/calgary-inferno/go-inferno-6243/#comments Wed, 30 Nov -0001 00:00:00 +0000 http://pcsn.tv/?p=6243 Welcome to the first episode of Ignite; the show that’s all about the Calgary Inferno of the CWHL. In the inaugural episode we introduce ourselves – Marshall & Jeff Stevenson – and of course talk about what’s gone on in the world of the Inferno leading up to the show.

We’re also excited to let you know that you can tune in live to every Calgary Inferno home game right here on PCSN.tv and if you miss a show, check it out in iTunes.

Enjoy the show and remember, GO INFERNO!

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http://pcsn.tv/cwhl/calgary-inferno/go-inferno-6243/feed/ 0 podcast,Popular Welcome to the first episode of Ignite; the show that's all about the Calgary Inferno of the CWHL. In the inaugural episode we introduce ourselves – Marshall & Jeff Stevenson – and of course talk about what's gone on in the world of the Inferno leadin... Welcome to the first episode of Ignite; the show that's all about the Calgary Inferno of the CWHL. In the inaugural episode we introduce ourselves – Marshall & Jeff Stevenson – and of course talk about what's gone on in the world of the Inferno leading up to the show. PCSN.tv no 23:16
DHS 7: I’m afraid of hot dogs now http://pcsn.tv/shows/drunk-hockey/dhs-7-afraid-of-hot-dogs-5185/ http://pcsn.tv/shows/drunk-hockey/dhs-7-afraid-of-hot-dogs-5185/#comments Wed, 10 Apr 2013 16:44:03 +0000 http://pcsn.tv/?p=5101 A new format for the Drunk Hockey Show with a more structured format. Co-host “that drunk guy” Jeff Stevenson (@WWoJeff) took the first few minutes to explain. In all likelihood you missed the pre-game where a lot of challenge and fun was had. And shockingly, there were no technical issues with this which is very intersting since there was a distinctive studio change. In the new undeveloped studio “C” was Marshall Stevenson (@spryd) and Jeff was at the new studio “D”…his preferred size.

There shockingly wasn’t a lot of alcohol consumed by the two guys, but hot dogs were in abundance. Of course, Marshall was sporting new threads from the Drunk Hockey Show shop by Offside Gear.

In the first period we talked about the trade deadline – who were the winners and who were the losers.

Intermission saw the play-by-play call of Timbit hockey

Then the second period took a look at the NHL playoff race including who will hoist the cup and how many games it will take. It should be interesting come June to see where the guys net out on their picks.

Second intermission was a failed drunk dial as it was all about voicemail. Of course, that’s only because you NEED TO ASK FOR A DRUNK-DIAL or nominate a friend.

The third, and thankfully final period’s topic of discussion was why the guys love hockey. It was an obvious discussion around DNA, being Canadian, drinking and more.

At the end of the show came Jeff’s reluctant ”Go Wings Go” chant as he clearly lost in the hot dog consumption. Marshall managed to swallow 10 while Jeff a pathetic 6. Wonder why the hot dogs were a thing? That all happened in the pre-game.

The pre-game housed The Drunk Tank – a quick fire question trivia segment where Marshall gets to make Jeff look even stupider. For a list of the questions and answers, scroll down.

At the end of the show, the beer count was pathetic when compared to previous shows.

Jeff drank 5 beers over Marshall’s 4. Someone clearly still needs to teach Marshall how to drink!

Our feedback line is available 24×7 at 855.321.5387 so feel free to call any time. And of course be sure to mark Tuesday, May 14, 2013 on your calendars for the next episode of Drunk Hockey Show coming at you live. And be sure to contact us to let us know if you’d like to be a guest on an upcoming episode.

Don’t forget too that you can subscribe to the Drunk Hockey Show in iTunes as well!


The Drunk Tank

Q: Who preceded Gary Bettman as President of the NHL?
A: Gil Stein (1992-1993), - John Ziegler (1977-1992), Clarence Campbell (1946-1977), Red Dutton (1943-1946), Frank Calder (1917-1943)

Q: Total number of teams in 2012 in (NHL affiliated North American leagues) CHL, ECHL, SPHL, AHL, USHL & NHL leagues?
A: CHL:10 | ECHL: 23 | SPHL: 9 | AHL: 30 | USHL: 16 | NHL: 30 || TOTAL – 118 teams


Complete video of the entire episode can be watched below. The show starts at the 42:07 mark.

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http://pcsn.tv/shows/drunk-hockey/dhs-7-afraid-of-hot-dogs-5185/feed/ 0 A new format for the Drunk Hockey Show with a more structured format. Co-host "that drunk guy" Jeff Stevenson (@WWoJeff) took the first few minutes to explain. In all likelihood you missed the pre-game where a lot of challenge and fun was had. A new format for the Drunk Hockey Show with a more structured format. Co-host "that drunk guy" Jeff Stevenson (@WWoJeff) took the first few minutes to explain. In all likelihood you missed the pre-game where a lot of challenge and fun was had. And shockingly, there were no technical issues with this which is very intersting since there was a distinctive studio change. In the new undeveloped studio "C" was Marshall Stevenson (@spryd) and Jeff was at the new studio "D"...his preferred size. There shockingly wasn't a lot of alcohol consumed by the two guys, but hot dogs were in abundance. Of course, Marshall was sporting new threads from the Drunk Hockey Show shop by Offside Gear. In the first period we talked about the trade deadline - who were the winners and who were the losers. Intermission saw the play-by-play call of Timbit hockey Then the second period took a look at the NHL playoff race including who will hoist the cup and how many games it will take. It should be interesting come June to see where the guys net out on their picks. Second intermission was a failed drunk dial as it was all about voicemail. Of course, that's only because you NEED TO ASK FOR A DRUNK-DIAL or nominate a friend. The third, and thankfully final period's topic of discussion was why the guys love hockey. It was an obvious discussion around DNA, being Canadian, drinking and more. At the end of the show came Jeff's reluctant "Go Wings Go" chant as he clearly lost in the hot dog consumption. Marshall managed to swallow 10 while Jeff a pathetic 6. Wonder why the hot dogs were a thing? That all happened in the pre-game. The pre-game housed The Drunk Tank -- a quick fire question trivia segment where Marshall gets to make Jeff look even stupider. For a list of the questions and answers, scroll down. At the end of the show, the beer count was pathetic when compared to previous shows. Jeff drank 5 beers over Marshall's 4. Someone clearly still needs to teach Marshall how to drink! Our feedback line is available 24x7 at 855.321.5387 so feel free to call any time. And of course be sure to mark Tuesday, May 14, 2013 on your calendars for the next episode of Drunk Hockey Show coming at you live. And be sure to contact us to let us know if you'd like to be a guest on an upcoming episode. Don't forget too that you can subscribe to the Drunk Hockey Show in iTunes as well! The Drunk Tank Q: Who preceded Gary Bettman as President of the NHL? A: Gil Stein (1992-1993), - John Ziegler (1977-1992), Clarence Campbell (1946-1977), Red Dutton (1943-1946), Frank Calder (1917-1943) Q: Total number of teams in 2012 in (NHL affiliated North American leagues) CHL, ECHL, SPHL, AHL, USHL & NHL leagues? A: CHL:10 | ECHL: 23 | SPHL: 9 | AHL: 30 | USHL: 16 | NHL: 30 || TOTAL - 118 teams Complete video of the entire episode can be watched below. The show starts at the 42:07 mark. PCSN.tv no 1:01:11
DHS 6: It just tasted horrible http://pcsn.tv/shows/drunk-hockey/dhs-6-horrible-taste-4969/ http://pcsn.tv/shows/drunk-hockey/dhs-6-horrible-taste-4969/#comments Wed, 13 Feb 2013 17:01:52 +0000 http://pcsn.tv/?p=4969 It’s the day after and shockingly, there is no hangover. We took the time to appreciate our fans with our first ever #FansEpisode — alas, the usual technical difficulties occurred  It’s like there’s a gremlin in the studio! That didn’t stop us from having a fun time on the Drunk Hockey Show  with just the hosts. In the studio was Marshall Stevenson (@spryd) and co-host “that drunk guy” Jeff Stevenson (@WWoJeff).

It was a bit of an odd episode complete with a lot of alcohol consumed by the two guys, and who can forget the multiple personalities that all showed up thanks to the drinking game. Of course, they were sporting new threads from the Drunk Hockey Show shop by Offside Gear.

We touched on the new Molson Canadian NHL PrePlay™ app for iPhone (and Android) as well as the Budweiser Red Lights™ and how it’s clear the NHL is attempting to bring the experience of a game more closely integrated with their fans.

There was a thought to touch base on the Tim Thomas trade, but Jeff — or an alter ego of his — pointed out that it was covered on the last episode of the Winnipeg Jets Hockey Podcast.

We had a great caller from Saskatchewan who carried along with the accent game — or at least we hope it was. It was timely as we discussed adding an NHL team in Saskatchewan and if the economics of it could work. Of course, that’s what we thought we were talking about, but we truly can’t recall.

Then it came time for one of the more popular segments of the show — the drunk dial. Rich McNabb came out of the woodwork to make some calls and managed to connect with four different people. Two hangups, one call back and a total “gotcha” were a blast to be a part of.

Speaking of the drunk dial, if you’d like to be the recipient of a dial on an upcoming show, or would like to nominate a victim, then head complete the simple form to get drunk dialed. It’s fun, but of course remember that it’s late at night on a Tuesday and you need to be 18 or older.

We of course couldn’t leave out The Drunk Tank — a quick five question trivia segment. It was Jeff vs Marshall. The right answer made the other drink. Marshall took it by stumping Jeff 3 times, but that meant he also had to chug two beers — which was more like “sipping tea.” For a list of the questions and answers, scroll down.

At the end of the show, the beer count was favourable, unlike the brain cells.

Jeff drank 6 beers tied with Marshall’s 6 — down a few from the previous episode. The boat race result was what you would say quite pathetic with 1:49.7 as the total time or 27.4 seconds average per beer. About “2-minutes of that time” was Marshall. Someone clearly needs to teach him how to drink!

Our feedback line is available 24×7 at 855.321.5387 so feel free to call any time. And of course be sure to mark Tuesday, March 12, 2013 on your calendars for the next episode of Drunk Hockey Show coming at you live. And be sure to contact us to let us know if you’d like to be a guest on an upcoming episode.

Don’t forget too that you can subscribe to the Drunk Hockey Show in iTunes as well!


The Drunk Tank

Q: How many gallons of water are used for an inch of ice of an average 85′ x 200′ NHL rink?
A: 17,000 square feet = 11,000 gallons of water.

Q: If you could freeze beer, and assumed a 355 ml (12 US oz) beer can, how many cans would be needed to make the same amount of ice in the previous question?
A: 117,294.4 cans of cold goodness — but it’d be alcohol abuse.

Q: What team is the only surviving ‘Expansion Six’ team that has not won the Stanley Cup?
A: St. Louis Blues.

Q: What is the most southern team of the CHL, ECHL, SPHL, AHL, USHL & NHL leagues?
A: The Florida Panthers of the NHL in Sunrise, Florida.

Q: Who was the first goalie ever to score a goal (bonus points on the date)?
A: Ron Hextall was the first to score, however Billy Smith of the New York Islanders was the first goalie to be credited with a goal against the Colorado Rockies on November 28, 1979 in a losing effort final score of NYI 4, COL 7.


Complete video of the entire episode can be watched below.

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http://pcsn.tv/shows/drunk-hockey/dhs-6-horrible-taste-4969/feed/ 0 Popular It's the day after and shockingly, there is no hangover. We took the time to appreciate our fans with our first ever #FansEpisode -- alas, the usual technical difficulties occurred  It's like there's a gremlin in the studio! It's the day after and shockingly, there is no hangover. We took the time to appreciate our fans with our first ever #FansEpisode -- alas, the usual technical difficulties occurred  It's like there's a gremlin in the studio! That didn't stop us from having a fun time on the Drunk Hockey Show  with just the hosts. In the studio was Marshall Stevenson (@spryd) and co-host "that drunk guy" Jeff Stevenson (@WWoJeff). It was a bit of an odd episode complete with a lot of alcohol consumed by the two guys, and who can forget the multiple personalities that all showed up thanks to the drinking game. Of course, they were sporting new threads from the Drunk Hockey Show shop by Offside Gear. We touched on the new Molson Canadian NHL PrePlay™ app for iPhone (and Android) as well as the Budweiser Red Lights™ and how it's clear the NHL is attempting to bring the experience of a game more closely integrated with their fans. There was a thought to touch base on the Tim Thomas trade, but Jeff -- or an alter ego of his -- pointed out that it was covered on the last episode of the Winnipeg Jets Hockey Podcast. We had a great caller from Saskatchewan who carried along with the accent game -- or at least we hope it was. It was timely as we discussed adding an NHL team in Saskatchewan and if the economics of it could work. Of course, that's what we thought we were talking about, but we truly can't recall. Then it came time for one of the more popular segments of the show -- the drunk dial. Rich McNabb came out of the woodwork to make some calls and managed to connect with four different people. Two hangups, one call back and a total "gotcha" were a blast to be a part of. Speaking of the drunk dial, if you'd like to be the recipient of a dial on an upcoming show, or would like to nominate a victim, then head complete the simple form to get drunk dialed. It's fun, but of course remember that it's late at night on a Tuesday and you need to be 18 or older. We of course couldn't leave out The Drunk Tank -- a quick five question trivia segment. It was Jeff vs Marshall. The right answer made the other drink. Marshall took it by stumping Jeff 3 times, but that meant he also had to chug two beers -- which was more like "sipping tea." For a list of the questions and answers, scroll down. At the end of the show, the beer count was favourable, unlike the brain cells. Jeff drank 6 beers tied with Marshall's 6 -- down a few from the previous episode. The boat race result was what you would say quite pathetic with 1:49.7 as the total time or 27.4 seconds average per beer. About "2-minutes of that time" was Marshall. Someone clearly needs to teach him how to drink! Our feedback line is available 24x7 at 855.321.5387 so feel free to call any time. And of course be sure to mark Tuesday, March 12, 2013 on your calendars for the next episode of Drunk Hockey Show coming at you live. And be sure to contact us to let us know if you'd like to be a guest on an upcoming episode. Don't forget too that you can subscribe to the Drunk Hockey Show in iTunes as well! The Drunk Tank Q: How many gallons of water are used for an inch of ice of an average 85' x 200' NHL rink? A: 17,000 square feet = 11,000 gallons of water. Q: If you could freeze beer, and assumed a 355 ml (12 US oz) beer can, how many cans would be needed to make the same amount of ice in the previous question? A: 117,294.4 cans of cold goodness -- but it'd be alcohol abuse. Q: What team is the only surviving 'Expansion Six' team that has not won the Stanley Cup? A: St. Louis Blues. Q: What is the most southern team of the CHL, ECHL, SPHL, AHL, USHL & NHL leagues? A: The Florida Panthers of the NHL in Sunrise, Florida. Q: Who was the first goalie ever to score a goal (bonus points on the date)? A: Ron Hextall was the first to score, however Billy Smith of the New York Islanders was the first goalie to be credited with a goal against the Colorado Rockies on November 28, PCSN.tv no 2:12:28
Enter PCSN.tv NHL Pool – Closed for Season http://pcsn.tv/nhl/nhl-pool-4849/ http://pcsn.tv/nhl/nhl-pool-4849/#comments Mon, 21 Jan 2013 12:56:21 +0000 http://pcsn.tv/?p=4849 The NHL is back and PCSN will be undergoing some exciting additions including the addition of WinnipegWhiteout.com as our official Winnipeg source for news and opinions. We will continue to add staff to our team and grow to cover all 30 teams. If you are interested in contributing or advertising please touch base with us.

One thing that every good hockey news site needs is a Hockey Pool so we’ve gone a little old school bringing you a simple and easy to join NHL pool for the shortened 2013 season. Because the season has started you will be able to join and edit your picks until next Saturday, January 26. After that all picks are locked in and we will update the standings every Sunday until season end.

Offside Gear has promised to donate several shirts for prizes for the halfway point of the season and the final winners. We also hope to add a few more prizes from other sponsors and the best part is the pool is FREE to join and only takes a few minutes to fill out.

As a special bonus Jeff Stevenson of the Drunk Hockey Show has promised to pay tribute to anyone that can finish above him in the pool. His words were, “I don’t mind promising to do something I’ll never have to do because no one will beat me.”

Sign up now and see if you can prove him wrong.

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DHS 5: Fantasy Draft http://pcsn.tv/shows/drunk-hockey/dhs-5-fantasy-draft-4844/ http://pcsn.tv/shows/drunk-hockey/dhs-5-fantasy-draft-4844/#comments Tue, 15 Jan 2013 18:49:24 +0000 http://pcsn.tv/?p=4844 It was a departure from the “norm” today on a special edition of the Drunk Hockey Show as the private Fantasy Draft took place amongst eight, highly competitive guys.

In the studio of course was Marshall Stevenson (@spryd) behind the board and co-host “that drunk guy” Jeff Stevenson (@WWoJeff). Joining the guys was Ezra Ginsburg (@ICEzzyG), who was on the first episode, Andrew “Hustler” Patterson (@hustlerama) from TSN 1290 in Winnipeg, Jeff Palson (@jaykaypee14) from episode three and Jets Hockey Podcast friend Jon Varga (@capncheese24) hailing from Las Vegas. Absent from the live draft was funny man Constantine Gamvrelis (@JETSxoxo) and fan winner Marc.

The shocker of the draft was two-fold with Marshall picking his rookie with his 1st round pick (4th overall) of Winnipeg Jets forward Mark Scheifele. This left Ezra with the “no-brainer” pick of Penguins captain Sydney Crosby going 6th overall. Twitter definitely lit up over that one.

While the beers were being consumed, it definitely wasn’t to the same level as a typical show. It meant we skipped the classic boat race, drunk dial and of course the drunk tank trivia. Have no fear, we’ll be back with a “normal” show on Tuesday, February 12 at 7:00 MT.

Our feedback line is available 24×7 at 855.321.5387 so feel free to call any time. And of course be sure to mark Tuesday, February 12, 2013 on your calendars for the next episode of Drunk Hockey Show coming at you live. And be sure to contact us to let us know if you’d like to be a guest on an upcoming episode.


Complete video of the entire episode can be watched below.

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http://pcsn.tv/shows/drunk-hockey/dhs-5-fantasy-draft-4844/feed/ 0 Popular It was a departure from the "norm" today on a special edition of the Drunk Hockey Show as the private Fantasy Draft took place amongst eight, highly competitive guys. In the studio of course was Marshall Stevenson (@spryd) behind the board and co-host... It was a departure from the "norm" today on a special edition of the Drunk Hockey Show as the private Fantasy Draft took place amongst eight, highly competitive guys. In the studio of course was Marshall Stevenson (@spryd) behind the board and co-host "that drunk guy" Jeff Stevenson (@WWoJeff). Joining the guys was Ezra Ginsburg (@ICEzzyG), who was on the first episode, Andrew "Hustler" Patterson (@hustlerama) from TSN 1290 in Winnipeg, Jeff Palson (@jaykaypee14) from episode three and Jets Hockey Podcast friend Jon Varga (@capncheese24) hailing from Las Vegas. Absent from the live draft was funny man Constantine Gamvrelis (@JETSxoxo) and fan winner Marc. The shocker of the draft was two-fold with Marshall picking his rookie with his 1st round pick (4th overall) of Winnipeg Jets forward Mark Scheifele. This left Ezra with the "no-brainer" pick of Penguins captain Sydney Crosby going 6th overall. Twitter definitely lit up over that one. While the beers were being consumed, it definitely wasn't to the same level as a typical show. It meant we skipped the classic boat race, drunk dial and of course the drunk tank trivia. Have no fear, we'll be back with a "normal" show on Tuesday, February 12 at 7:00 MT. Our feedback line is available 24x7 at 855.321.5387 so feel free to call any time. And of course be sure to mark Tuesday, February 12, 2013 on your calendars for the next episode of Drunk Hockey Show coming at you live. And be sure to contact us to let us know if you'd like to be a guest on an upcoming episode. Complete video of the entire episode can be watched below. PCSN.tv no 2:08:12
DHS 4: I love you, but you’re such a bitch http://pcsn.tv/shows/drunk-hockey/dhs-4-i-love-you-4820/ http://pcsn.tv/shows/drunk-hockey/dhs-4-i-love-you-4820/#comments Wed, 09 Jan 2013 16:55:01 +0000 http://pcsn.tv/?p=4820 It’s the day after and the hangover is pounding. It was a fun time on the Drunk Hockey Show with Holly Bausman (@HollyMonster97) from Winnipeg’s Power 97 radio station. Back in the studio was Marshall Stevenson (@spryd) and co-host “that drunk guy” Jeff Stevenson (@WWoJeff).

It was a jam packed episode complete with a lot of alcohol consumed by the three personalities. It was to be our first “ladies night” and in what typically happens in reality, the ladies didn’t all show. We were set to have the founder of thepinkpuck.com Winter Adams on the show again, but I guess she forgot — these things happen.

We tried to talk about the different ways that women show their support for hockey and it started to get a little ugly. That was of course until we mentioned JerseyMods – where real, official jerseys are transformed into much more flattering outfits for the ladies. Check out some of the photos on Facebook of the custom creations. Each one is a custom job, so give her some time to get your customized ladies jersey — and tell her you found out about her on the Drunk Hockey Show.

Next on the list was talk of the World Juniors and the lack of output by Team Canada and the impressive results of Team USA. The conversation went in to a lot of talk about codling kids these days — everyone gets a participation ribbon, which does nothing to promote competition. It got a little heated, and even our live listeners got in on the action on Twitter. Long time friend of the Jets Hockey Podcast, Jon Varga (@capncheese24) tried to give us a call, but as usual our phone lines weren’t working properly. It always seems to be something — but hey, we’re not professionals here!

Then of course came the big topic we figured we’d talk about — the return of the NHL. How will fans react? How the revised game schedule and travel will impact teams and of course, the effect the lockout will have on small market teams. It wasn’t a surprise this took up a lot of time and conversation.

Of course our drunk dial was just as fun setting it up as it was trying to make it. We had targeted our caller from last show, Stephanie. There was unfortunately no answer initially, but we left a voicemail and she bit. A call back a short while later and the prank was on — until she realized she was the one being drunk dialed.

Speaking of the drunk dial, if you’d like to be the recipient of a dial on an upcoming show, or would like to nominate a victim, then head complete the simple form to get drunk dialed. It’s fun, but of course remember that it’s late at night on a Tuesday and you need to be 18 or older.

Holly brought up our fourth topic on the IIHF working to find a solution to allow NHL players in the upcoming Olympics. Our phone rang again, but this time we managed to call back and got Kristie Strumm (@kstrumm) on the line. She knows her hockey, there’s no doubt about that. The conversation was great and some controversy stirred up on whether the fact the next Olympics aren’t in North America is a cause for the resistance.

Kristie was so great on the line we invited her to join Holy & Jeff in The Drunk Tank — a quick fire trivia segment. In a best of 7 series, Kristie came out on top with a final official score of 4-2-2. Now much like the 2012/13 NHL season there needs to be an asterisk. First, Kristie was sober — dead sober. Secondly as Marshall was drunk, he missed the fact that she actually won without needing the last question which Jeff was the only one to get right. So the unofficial score was Kristie with 4, Holly with 2 and Jeff — the knowledgeable co-host — with just 1. For a list of the questions and answers, scroll down.

At the end of the show, the beer count was off the charts, much like brain cells.

Jeff drank 8 beers over Marshall’s 7 — an improvement over last episode. Holly though was the clear victor polishing of 10 beers during the show. Now there’s a champion drinker. And the boat race result, just 41.0 seconds or 13.7 seconds average. The catch, it took Marshall 18.5 so he brought the average time up. Someone needs to teach him how to drink!

Our feedback line is available 24×7 at 855.321.5387 so feel free to call any time. And of course be sure to mark Tuesday, February 12, 2013 on your calendars for the next episode of Drunk Hockey Show coming at you live. And be sure to contact us to let us know if you’d like to be a guest on an upcoming episode.


The Drunk Tank

Q: Who preceded Gary Bettman as commissioner of the NHL?
A: None. The position was created in 1993 with Bettman taking office & officially amalgamating roles with President on July 1, 1993.

Q: In relation to a Kardashian — a unit of measure — the 2012/13 lockout lasted how long?
A: 1.57 times longer than Kim Kardashian’s marriage to Kris Humphries of 72 days. The lockout was considered to have been 113 days.

Q: Why are pucks frozen?
A: Pucks are frozen before entering play to make them bounce resistant — or at least bounce less.

Q: What team was the last NHL expansion team?
A: There were two. In 2000 the Minnesota Wild and Columbus Blue Jackets became a part of the NHL.

Q: What the ice thickness of an NHL rink?
A: Approximately 3/4″ thick — or 1.9 cm.

Q: Why is the centre red line broken?
A: Because on black & white TV’s it was hard to differentiate between the red & blue lines.

Q: What year was the Stanley Cup first awarded? Bonus points for naming the team.
A: 1893. The first Stanley Cup was awarded to Montreal HC (often referred to as Montreal Hockey Club, Montreals, Montreal AAA and Winged Wheel).


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http://pcsn.tv/shows/drunk-hockey/dhs-4-i-love-you-4820/feed/ 0 It's the day after and the hangover is pounding. It was a fun time on the Drunk Hockey Show with Holly Bausman (@HollyMonster97) from Winnipeg's Power 97 radio station. Back in the studio was Marshall Stevenson (@spryd) and co-host "that drunk guy" Jef... It's the day after and the hangover is pounding. It was a fun time on the Drunk Hockey Show with Holly Bausman (@HollyMonster97) from Winnipeg's Power 97 radio station. Back in the studio was Marshall Stevenson (@spryd) and co-host "that drunk guy" Jeff Stevenson (@WWoJeff). It was a jam packed episode complete with a lot of alcohol consumed by the three personalities. It was to be our first "ladies night" and in what typically happens in reality, the ladies didn't all show. We were set to have the founder of thepinkpuck.com Winter Adams on the show again, but I guess she forgot -- these things happen. We tried to talk about the different ways that women show their support for hockey and it started to get a little ugly. That was of course until we mentioned JerseyMods -- where real, official jerseys are transformed into much more flattering outfits for the ladies. Check out some of the photos on Facebook of the custom creations. Each one is a custom job, so give her some time to get your customized ladies jersey -- and tell her you found out about her on the Drunk Hockey Show. Next on the list was talk of the World Juniors and the lack of output by Team Canada and the impressive results of Team USA. The conversation went in to a lot of talk about codling kids these days -- everyone gets a participation ribbon, which does nothing to promote competition. It got a little heated, and even our live listeners got in on the action on Twitter. Long time friend of the Jets Hockey Podcast, Jon Varga (@capncheese24) tried to give us a call, but as usual our phone lines weren't working properly. It always seems to be something -- but hey, we're not professionals here! Then of course came the big topic we figured we'd talk about -- the return of the NHL. How will fans react? How the revised game schedule and travel will impact teams and of course, the effect the lockout will have on small market teams. It wasn't a surprise this took up a lot of time and conversation. Of course our drunk dial was just as fun setting it up as it was trying to make it. We had targeted our caller from last show, Stephanie. There was unfortunately no answer initially, but we left a voicemail and she bit. A call back a short while later and the prank was on -- until she realized she was the one being drunk dialed. Speaking of the drunk dial, if you'd like to be the recipient of a dial on an upcoming show, or would like to nominate a victim, then head complete the simple form to get drunk dialed. It's fun, but of course remember that it's late at night on a Tuesday and you need to be 18 or older. Holly brought up our fourth topic on the IIHF working to find a solution to allow NHL players in the upcoming Olympics. Our phone rang again, but this time we managed to call back and got Kristie Strumm (@kstrumm) on the line. She knows her hockey, there's no doubt about that. The conversation was great and some controversy stirred up on whether the fact the next Olympics aren't in North America is a cause for the resistance. Kristie was so great on the line we invited her to join Holy & Jeff in The Drunk Tank -- a quick fire trivia segment. In a best of 7 series, Kristie came out on top with a final official score of 4-2-2. Now much like the 2012/13 NHL season there needs to be an asterisk. First, Kristie was sober -- dead sober. Secondly as Marshall was drunk, he missed the fact that she actually won without needing the last question which Jeff was the only one to get right. So the unofficial score was Kristie with 4, Holly with 2 and Jeff -- the knowledgeable co-host -- with just 1. For a list of the questions and answers, scroll down. At the end of the show, the beer count was off the charts, much like brain cells. Jeff drank 8 beers over Marshall's 7 -- an improvement over last episode. Holly though was the clear victor polishing of 10 beers during the show. Now there's a champion drinker. And the boat race result, just 41.0 seconds or 13. PCSN.tv no 2:33:19
Get a Drunk Dial http://pcsn.tv/shows/drunk-hockey/drunk-dial-4809/ http://pcsn.tv/shows/drunk-hockey/drunk-dial-4809/#comments Tue, 08 Jan 2013 23:19:04 +0000 http://pcsn.tv/?p=4809 In each episode of the Drunk Hockey Show we select a person to prank call. Essentially it’s what we’ve dubbed the “Drunk Dial” and we’ve had some good ones so far.

If you would like to be Drunk Dialed, or you have a friend that you’d love to see get pranked, then just fill out the form below and we’ll be sure to consider them for an upcoming episode.

Please keep in mind that all listeners and call receivers MUST BE 18 years of age or older.

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DHS 3: I’m gonna kick you in the nuts http://pcsn.tv/shows/drunk-hockey/dhs-3-gonna-kick-you-in-the-nuts-4788/ http://pcsn.tv/shows/drunk-hockey/dhs-3-gonna-kick-you-in-the-nuts-4788/#comments Wed, 12 Dec 2012 13:38:39 +0000 http://pcsn.tv/?p=4788 Holy crap we’re hammered! We had an awesome time on the Drunk Hockey Show and even our first ever LIVE caller. In studio was Marshall Stevenson (@spryd) being joined by co-host “that drunk guy” Jeff Stevenson (@WWoJeff) and through technology and the magical powers of the interwebs funny guy Constantine Gamvrelis (@JETSxoxo) and long-time Winnipeg Jets fan Jeff Paulson (@jaykaypee14) joined us live.

It was a jam packed episode complete with a lot of alcohol consumed by the four guys. We were set to have our first-ever female guest on the show, but unfortunately founder of thepinkpuck.com Winter Adams got sick — to the point she was apparently throwing up. We wish her a speedy recovery so she can live up to her promise of being on the January show.

We covered things in the show like Bettman’s 20-year reign at the realm of the NHL and his quote from back then stating “the winds of change blowing now should be geared less toward chaos and more in the direction of firming up a hockey infrastructure in dire need of attention.” It made it interesting as the drinking game was based on Bettman — however thanks to @geniusval we also had an out. That out was being the first to say a sponsor name.

As the drinks kept flowing, the conversation got more interesting. We all made our predictions on when the lockout would end, how team Canada will do at the World Juniors and thoughts on the Canadian Women’s Hockey League — or the CWHL.

We also had our first ever live caller on the show, but of course had some technical difficulties. Shout out to Sarah’s sister, better known as Stephanie, for being brave enough to call in and chat a little hockey.

Of course our drunk dial was just as fun setting it up as it was trying to make it. We had targeted a guest on the first DHS episode, but again his voicemail wasn’t setup and he didn’t answer — I think he’s wise to our ways. We’ll still get you some time Ezzy! So, we call Andrew Patterson, better known as Hustler. He’s a host of a couple different shows over on our favorite sports radio station TSN1290.

And as if all those other firsts weren’t enough, we introduced The Drunk Tank — a quick fire trivia segment. While it was certain that Constantine didn’t win — he got zero right — it may have made more sense if we did crown him victor as he was clearly the drunkest. Jeff Paulson ended up winning by a score of 5 over Jeff Stevenson’s 4 — which was misspoken in the episode as three. For a list of the questions and answers, scroll down.

At the end of the show, the beer count was in the accepted range, unlike the brain cells.

Jeff & Marshall each consumed 6 in studio, while Constantine was drinking the hard stuff and managed to consume roughly 20 oz of rum — no wonder he was the drunk one. Jeff Paulson managed to take five during the show.

Our feedback line is available 24×7 at 855.321.5387 so feel free to call any time. And of course be sure to mark Tuesday, January 8, 2013 on your calendars for the next episode of Drunk Hockey Show coming at you live. And be sure to contact us to let us know if you’d like to be a guest on an upcoming episode.


The Drunk Tank

Q: How many NHL teams existed in the last complete season of play?
A: Thirty (30) teams existed in the last complete season of NHL play which was the 2011-12 season.

Q: How many NHL teams existed the last time the Toronto Maple Leafs won the Stanley Cup?
A: 1966-67 was the year the Leafs won the cup and just the original six (6) teams existed in the league. The following season of 1967-68 added six (6) expansion teams — Los Angeles Kings, Minnesota North Stars, Oakland Seals, Phildelphia Flyers, Pittsburgh Penguins and St. Louis Blues.

Q: What is the smallest capacity arena in the NHL today?
A: The MTS Centre in Winnipeg, MB is home to the Winnipeg Jets and currently has a 15,004 capacity for hockey. In the 2015 season, the New York Islanders will relocate to Barclays Center in Brooklyn, NY which will overtake the smallest arena moniker at 14,500.

Q: Name the only woman to ever play in the NHL? Bonus points to name the team & who scored on her.
A: Manon Rhéaume played one period in the 1992 season for the Tampa Bay Lightning against the St. Louis Blues. She allowed 2-goals. The first by Jeff Brown, the second by Brendan Shanahan.

Q: When the Winnipeg Jets entered the NHL, who were their first minor league affiliate
A: Tulsa Oilers


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http://pcsn.tv/shows/drunk-hockey/dhs-3-gonna-kick-you-in-the-nuts-4788/feed/ 0 Holy crap we're hammered! We had an awesome time on the Drunk Hockey Show and even our first ever LIVE caller. In studio was Marshall Stevenson (@spryd) being joined by co-host "that drunk guy" Jeff Stevenson (@WWoJeff) and through technology and the m... Holy crap we're hammered! We had an awesome time on the Drunk Hockey Show and even our first ever LIVE caller. In studio was Marshall Stevenson (@spryd) being joined by co-host "that drunk guy" Jeff Stevenson (@WWoJeff) and through technology and the magical powers of the interwebs funny guy Constantine Gamvrelis (@JETSxoxo) and long-time Winnipeg Jets fan Jeff Paulson (@jaykaypee14) joined us live. It was a jam packed episode complete with a lot of alcohol consumed by the four guys. We were set to have our first-ever female guest on the show, but unfortunately founder of thepinkpuck.com Winter Adams got sick -- to the point she was apparently throwing up. We wish her a speedy recovery so she can live up to her promise of being on the January show. We covered things in the show like Bettman's 20-year reign at the realm of the NHL and his quote from back then stating "the winds of change blowing now should be geared less toward chaos and more in the direction of firming up a hockey infrastructure in dire need of attention." It made it interesting as the drinking game was based on Bettman -- however thanks to @geniusval we also had an out. That out was being the first to say a sponsor name. As the drinks kept flowing, the conversation got more interesting. We all made our predictions on when the lockout would end, how team Canada will do at the World Juniors and thoughts on the Canadian Women's Hockey League -- or the CWHL. We also had our first ever live caller on the show, but of course had some technical difficulties. Shout out to Sarah's sister, better known as Stephanie, for being brave enough to call in and chat a little hockey. Of course our drunk dial was just as fun setting it up as it was trying to make it. We had targeted a guest on the first DHS episode, but again his voicemail wasn't setup and he didn't answer -- I think he's wise to our ways. We'll still get you some time Ezzy! So, we call Andrew Patterson, better known as Hustler. He's a host of a couple different shows over on our favorite sports radio station TSN1290. And as if all those other firsts weren't enough, we introduced The Drunk Tank -- a quick fire trivia segment. While it was certain that Constantine didn't win -- he got zero right -- it may have made more sense if we did crown him victor as he was clearly the drunkest. Jeff Paulson ended up winning by a score of 5 over Jeff Stevenson's 4 -- which was misspoken in the episode as three. For a list of the questions and answers, scroll down. At the end of the show, the beer count was in the accepted range, unlike the brain cells. Jeff & Marshall each consumed 6 in studio, while Constantine was drinking the hard stuff and managed to consume roughly 20 oz of rum -- no wonder he was the drunk one. Jeff Paulson managed to take five during the show. Our feedback line is available 24x7 at 855.321.5387 so feel free to call any time. And of course be sure to mark Tuesday, January 8, 2013 on your calendars for the next episode of Drunk Hockey Show coming at you live. And be sure to contact us to let us know if you'd like to be a guest on an upcoming episode. The Drunk Tank Q: How many NHL teams existed in the last complete season of play? A: Thirty (30) teams existed in the last complete season of NHL play which was the 2011-12 season. Q: How many NHL teams existed the last time the Toronto Maple Leafs won the Stanley Cup? A: 1966-67 was the year the Leafs won the cup and just the original six (6) teams existed in the league. The following season of 1967-68 added six (6) expansion teams -- Los Angeles Kings, Minnesota North Stars, Oakland Seals, Phildelphia Flyers, Pittsburgh Penguins and St. Louis Blues. Q: What is the smallest capacity arena in the NHL today? A: The MTS Centre in Winnipeg, MB is home to the Winnipeg Jets and currently has a 15,004 capacity for hockey. In the 2015 season, the New York Islanders will relocate to Barclays Center in Brooklyn, PCSN.tv no 2:05:45
DHS 2: Bring back hockey (Part 2) http://pcsn.tv/shows/drunk-hockey/dhs-2-bring-back-hockey-2-4754/ http://pcsn.tv/shows/drunk-hockey/dhs-2-bring-back-hockey-2-4754/#comments Wed, 14 Nov 2012 15:47:34 +0000 http://pcsn.tv/?p=4754 Part 2 of the second episode of the Drunk Hockey Show continues. If you missed part 1, go listen now. Still in studio Marshall Stevenson (@spryd) was joined by co-host “that drunk guy” Jeff Stevenson (@WWoJeff) and through the battles of technology and the magical powers of the interwebs writer, actor and producer Jeremy Larter (@JeremyLarter) also joined in on the show.

After a hilarious drunk dial, to Ryan of Giving In, the topics went back to hockey. More accurately about where you would put a team if you were the most hated man in Canada…which was determined an a non-existent, informal pole to be Gary Bettman. The conversation hit on expansion and contraction and a lot of the smaller market, non-hockey market teams.

Finally discussion went to whether the Stanley Cup should be taken away from the NHL if the lockout lasts the whole season. This is interesting as the CHLPA has petitioned to play for the cup recently. If you recall, in episode 1 we discussed the thoughts of a lockout due to the start of the CHLPA.

At the end of the show, the beer count was down just like the brain cells.

Jeremy consumed 7 (with a little help from his brother Larry), Jeff downed 6 and Marshall hit 7…sort of. The beer out of the nose hurt so much we gave him credit for it just the same.


The phone lines were working, but everyone was still chicken. Our feedback line is available 24×7 at 855.321.5387 so feel free to call any time. And of course be sure to mark Tuesday, December 11, 2012 on your calendars for the next episode of Drunk Hockey Show coming at you live. And be sure to contact us to let us know if you’d like to be a guest on an upcoming episode.


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http://pcsn.tv/shows/drunk-hockey/dhs-2-bring-back-hockey-2-4754/feed/ 0 DHS,podcast Part 2 of the second episode of the Drunk Hockey Show continues. If you missed part 1, go listen now. Still in studio Marshall Stevenson (@spryd) was joined by co-host "that drunk guy" Jeff Stevenson (@WWoJeff) and through the battles of technology and... Part 2 of the second episode of the Drunk Hockey Show continues. If you missed part 1, go listen now. Still in studio Marshall Stevenson (@spryd) was joined by co-host "that drunk guy" Jeff Stevenson (@WWoJeff) and through the battles of technology and the magical powers of the interwebs writer, actor and producer Jeremy Larter (@JeremyLarter) also joined in on the show. After a hilarious drunk dial, to Ryan of Giving In, the topics went back to hockey. More accurately about where you would put a team if you were the most hated man in Canada...which was determined an a non-existent, informal pole to be Gary Bettman. The conversation hit on expansion and contraction and a lot of the smaller market, non-hockey market teams. Finally discussion went to whether the Stanley Cup should be taken away from the NHL if the lockout lasts the whole season. This is interesting as the CHLPA has petitioned to play for the cup recently. If you recall, in episode 1 we discussed the thoughts of a lockout due to the start of the CHLPA. At the end of the show, the beer count was down just like the brain cells. Jeremy consumed 7 (with a little help from his brother Larry), Jeff downed 6 and Marshall hit 7...sort of. The beer out of the nose hurt so much we gave him credit for it just the same. The phone lines were working, but everyone was still chicken. Our feedback line is available 24x7 at 855.321.5387 so feel free to call any time. And of course be sure to mark Tuesday, December 11, 2012 on your calendars for the next episode of Drunk Hockey Show coming at you live. And be sure to contact us to let us know if you'd like to be a guest on an upcoming episode. Complete video of the entire episode can be watched below. PCSN.tv no 1:20:58
DHS 2: Bring back hockey (Part 1) http://pcsn.tv/shows/drunk-hockey/dhs-2-bring-back-hockey-1-4749/ http://pcsn.tv/shows/drunk-hockey/dhs-2-bring-back-hockey-1-4749/#comments Wed, 14 Nov 2012 15:47:29 +0000 http://pcsn.tv/?p=4749 Welcome to the second episode of the Drunk Hockey Show. As should now be expected, things would get a little crazy, and crazy they did. Marshall Stevenson (@spryd) was joined by co-host “that drunk guy” Jeff Stevenson (@WWoJeff) in studio. Through the magical powers of the interwebs writer, actor and producer Jeremy Larter (@JeremyLarter) also joined in on the show, and was an integral part to our “Drunk Dial”.

The thing about Jeremy is that he wrote a great little piece on explaining the lockout, using beer. It seemed like a match made in heaven to have on the show.

Things got a little crazy after the boat race which came in at an official time of 0:47.0 which completely killed the previous record set in Episode 1. To make things fair, we went on a per guest average. Previous record was 0:24.26 and this time came in at 0:15.67…almost 10 seconds better! It will definitely be a challenge for Episode 3 which will include our first female guest host.

The drinking rules this week were a little weak. Any tweet directed at us, more commonly referred to on the show as a twitteruption, caused everyone to drink. And of course the whole show, Buffalo Rules were also in effect, yet nobody was caught. And if you don’t know what those are, consider yourself lucky…for now.

We actually did talk hockey at some points in the show. We talked about the cancellation of the Winter Classic and what it might actually mean to the NHL season for 2012-13 and beyond. Marshall ranted about the corporate crap that was the Winter Classic and how it lost its “cool factor” once it was done a second time. He also noted it was nice to see the Leafs lose a game without even playing. Did we mention that Jeremy lives in Toronto and is a (closet) Leafs fan?

Mid-way through the show, a twitteruption about our awesome shirts from the guys at Offside Gear were mentioned. You’ll be happy to know there are men’s and women’s shirts available, along with a ball cap to show your support for Drunk Hockey Show.

We pursued some thoughts on the NHL lockout having a negative effect on the attendance at minor league games, which Jeremy shot down with the 18,000+ crowd for a Hamilton Bulldogs game in Montreal the other week. Nonetheless some good conversation stemmed from it.

And of course we can’t forget about the ensuing drunk dial, that in and of itself was hilarious. And who was the target? Front man Ryan from the band Giving In…again. Jeremy put on his best improv act and had Ryan sold. We felt really bad and had to blow the play offside.

All this was in the first hour of the show. There’s still a second part of Drunk Hockey Show episode 2…thankfully not as bad as Star Wars Episode II.


The phone lines were working, but everyone was still chicken. Our feedback line is available 24×7 at 855.321.5387 so feel free to call any time. And of course be sure to mark Tuesday, December 11, 2012 on your calendars for the next episode of Drunk Hockey Show coming at you live. And be sure to contact us to let us know if you’d like to be a guest on an upcoming episode.


Complete video of the entire episode can be watched below.

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http://pcsn.tv/shows/drunk-hockey/dhs-2-bring-back-hockey-1-4749/feed/ 0 DHS,podcast Welcome to the second episode of the Drunk Hockey Show. As should now be expected, things would get a little crazy, and crazy they did. Marshall Stevenson (@spryd) was joined by co-host "that drunk guy" Jeff Stevenson (@WWoJeff) in studio. Welcome to the second episode of the Drunk Hockey Show. As should now be expected, things would get a little crazy, and crazy they did. Marshall Stevenson (@spryd) was joined by co-host "that drunk guy" Jeff Stevenson (@WWoJeff) in studio. Through the magical powers of the interwebs writer, actor and producer Jeremy Larter (@JeremyLarter) also joined in on the show, and was an integral part to our "Drunk Dial". The thing about Jeremy is that he wrote a great little piece on explaining the lockout, using beer. It seemed like a match made in heaven to have on the show. Things got a little crazy after the boat race which came in at an official time of 0:47.0 which completely killed the previous record set in Episode 1. To make things fair, we went on a per guest average. Previous record was 0:24.26 and this time came in at 0:15.67...almost 10 seconds better! It will definitely be a challenge for Episode 3 which will include our first female guest host. The drinking rules this week were a little weak. Any tweet directed at us, more commonly referred to on the show as a twitteruption, caused everyone to drink. And of course the whole show, Buffalo Rules were also in effect, yet nobody was caught. And if you don't know what those are, consider yourself lucky...for now. We actually did talk hockey at some points in the show. We talked about the cancellation of the Winter Classic and what it might actually mean to the NHL season for 2012-13 and beyond. Marshall ranted about the corporate crap that was the Winter Classic and how it lost its "cool factor" once it was done a second time. He also noted it was nice to see the Leafs lose a game without even playing. Did we mention that Jeremy lives in Toronto and is a (closet) Leafs fan? Mid-way through the show, a twitteruption about our awesome shirts from the guys at Offside Gear were mentioned. You'll be happy to know there are men's and women's shirts available, along with a ball cap to show your support for Drunk Hockey Show. We pursued some thoughts on the NHL lockout having a negative effect on the attendance at minor league games, which Jeremy shot down with the 18,000+ crowd for a Hamilton Bulldogs game in Montreal the other week. Nonetheless some good conversation stemmed from it. And of course we can't forget about the ensuing drunk dial, that in and of itself was hilarious. And who was the target? Front man Ryan from the band Giving In...again. Jeremy put on his best improv act and had Ryan sold. We felt really bad and had to blow the play offside. All this was in the first hour of the show. There's still a second part of Drunk Hockey Show episode 2...thankfully not as bad as Star Wars Episode II. The phone lines were working, but everyone was still chicken. Our feedback line is available 24x7 at 855.321.5387 so feel free to call any time. And of course be sure to mark Tuesday, December 11, 2012 on your calendars for the next episode of Drunk Hockey Show coming at you live. And be sure to contact us to let us know if you'd like to be a guest on an upcoming episode. Complete video of the entire episode can be watched below. PCSN.tv no 1:20:03
DHS 1: Go hockey! http://pcsn.tv/shows/drunk-hockey/001-go-hockey-4710/ http://pcsn.tv/shows/drunk-hockey/001-go-hockey-4710/#comments Wed, 10 Oct 2012 16:48:45 +0000 http://pcsn.tv/?p=4710 Welcome to the first official episode of the Drunk Hockey Show. It’s the premiere episode so you know things will go a little crazy, and crazy they did. Marshall Stevenson (@spryd) was joined by co-host “that drunk guy” Jeff Stevenson (@WWoJeff) in studio, along with actor and improv specialist C. Adam Leigh (@thefreshie). Through the magical powers of the interwebs, Jeff Pallson (@jaykaypee14) of Sleeman’s and Ezra Ginsburg (@ICEzzy) from the Illegal Curve Hockey Show on Winnipeg’s TSN1290 Radio joined in as well.

Things got a little crazy after the boat race which came in at an official time of 2:01.3 thanks to “that drunk guy” being the anchor.

Then came the drinking rules. This week the word was lockout and if anyone said it, everyone had to drink. Needless to say there were several times the talk of the NHL Lockout came up. Even typing the show notes is making me reach for a beer. And of course the whole show, Buffalo Rules were also in effect. And if you don’t know what those are, consider yourself lucky…for now.

We actually did talk hockey at some points in the show. We talked about NHL players in Europe and the impact that has both in the NHL and the other leagues. A brief, almost non-starter conversation about a potential CHLPA forming and if there would be the likelihood of a lockout at junior levels.

Then there was discussion on Allan Walsh’s (@walsha) rant:

“Those that believe all NHL owners support the lockout should look to the NY Rangers and James Dolans’ history with Gary Bettman. On Sept. 26, 2007- the NYR filed a Federal Anti-Trust Lawsuit against the NHL over the League’s plan to take over every NHL clubs website. According to court filings, 3 other NHL owners voted against the NHL’s (ie Bettman’s) plan to centralize and control NHL teams websites. Why did the NYR filed a federal lawsuit against the NHL? The NYR refused to give up control of their website to the League,the NHL (Bettman) imposed a $100,000 per day fine on the team. In the Federal Court filing, the New York Rangers referred to the NHL as “an illegal cartel.” Bettman changed the NHL Board of Governor rules 8 yrs ago, only needs 8 owners to vote down any motion. Why? Centralize power among a small group of NHL owners. The NHL Board of Governors has been effectively hijacked by the rule change 8 yrs ago. But, several owners preparing to speak out unless Bettman, Jacobs and the rest start negotiations. What League can shut down for 2 full seasons within 8 yrs? What league Bettman said he+just two NHL owners crafted the league’s last proposal, a counteroffer to the NHLPA delivered on Sept. 12. Guess which two? commissioner automatically imposes a lockout and shuts the game down EVERY TIME a CBA has expired on his watch? Unprecedented.”

And of course we can’t forget about the ensuing drunk dial, that in and of itself was hilarious just trying to get the dialing done. And who was the target? Front man Ryan from the band Giving In.

The phone lines weren’t working, but our feedback line is available 24×7 at 855.321.5387 so feel free to call any time. And of course be sure to mark Tuesday, November 13, 2012 on your calendars for the next episode of Drunk Hockey Show coming at you live. And be sure to contact us to let us know if you’d like to be a guest on an upcoming episode.

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http://pcsn.tv/shows/drunk-hockey/001-go-hockey-4710/feed/ 1 DHS,podcast,Popular Welcome to the first official episode of the Drunk Hockey Show. It's the premiere episode so you know things will go a little crazy, and crazy they did. Marshall Stevenson (@spryd) was joined by co-host "that drunk guy" Jeff Stevenson (@WWoJeff) in stu... Welcome to the first official episode of the Drunk Hockey Show. It's the premiere episode so you know things will go a little crazy, and crazy they did. Marshall Stevenson (@spryd) was joined by co-host "that drunk guy" Jeff Stevenson (@WWoJeff) in studio, along with actor and improv specialist C. Adam Leigh (@thefreshie). Through the magical powers of the interwebs, Jeff Pallson (@jaykaypee14) of Sleeman's and Ezra Ginsburg (@ICEzzy) from the Illegal Curve Hockey Show on Winnipeg's TSN1290 Radio joined in as well. Things got a little crazy after the boat race which came in at an official time of 2:01.3 thanks to "that drunk guy" being the anchor. Then came the drinking rules. This week the word was lockout and if anyone said it, everyone had to drink. Needless to say there were several times the talk of the NHL Lockout came up. Even typing the show notes is making me reach for a beer. And of course the whole show, Buffalo Rules were also in effect. And if you don't know what those are, consider yourself lucky...for now. We actually did talk hockey at some points in the show. We talked about NHL players in Europe and the impact that has both in the NHL and the other leagues. A brief, almost non-starter conversation about a potential CHLPA forming and if there would be the likelihood of a lockout at junior levels. Then there was discussion on Allan Walsh's (@walsha) rant: "Those that believe all NHL owners support the lockout should look to the NY Rangers and James Dolans' history with Gary Bettman. On Sept. 26, 2007- the NYR filed a Federal Anti-Trust Lawsuit against the NHL over the League's plan to take over every NHL clubs website. According to court filings, 3 other NHL owners voted against the NHL's (ie Bettman's) plan to centralize and control NHL teams websites. Why did the NYR filed a federal lawsuit against the NHL? The NYR refused to give up control of their website to the League,the NHL (Bettman) imposed a $100,000 per day fine on the team. In the Federal Court filing, the New York Rangers referred to the NHL as "an illegal cartel." Bettman changed the NHL Board of Governor rules 8 yrs ago, only needs 8 owners to vote down any motion. Why? Centralize power among a small group of NHL owners. The NHL Board of Governors has been effectively hijacked by the rule change 8 yrs ago. But, several owners preparing to speak out unless Bettman, Jacobs and the rest start negotiations. What League can shut down for 2 full seasons within 8 yrs? What league Bettman said he+just two NHL owners crafted the league’s last proposal, a counteroffer to the NHLPA delivered on Sept. 12. Guess which two? commissioner automatically imposes a lockout and shuts the game down EVERY TIME a CBA has expired on his watch? Unprecedented." And of course we can't forget about the ensuing drunk dial, that in and of itself was hilarious just trying to get the dialing done. And who was the target? Front man Ryan from the band Giving In. The phone lines weren't working, but our feedback line is available 24x7 at 855.321.5387 so feel free to call any time. And of course be sure to mark Tuesday, November 13, 2012 on your calendars for the next episode of Drunk Hockey Show coming at you live. And be sure to contact us to let us know if you'd like to be a guest on an upcoming episode. PCSN.tv no 2:11:05
It’s time the fans fought back #LockoutSponsors http://pcsn.tv/nhl/lockoutsponsors-4651/ http://pcsn.tv/nhl/lockoutsponsors-4651/#comments Fri, 05 Oct 2012 18:49:27 +0000 http://pcsn.tv/?p=4651 Could you go a month without beer? A week without coffee? A day with out using your credit card? Well I can’t go one more hour with out NHL hockey and the unfortunate things is fans like you and I have no way of fighting back, or do we?

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DHS 0: Getting to know you http://pcsn.tv/shows/drunk-hockey/000-getting-to-know-you-4683/ http://pcsn.tv/shows/drunk-hockey/000-getting-to-know-you-4683/#comments Fri, 05 Oct 2012 17:11:47 +0000 http://pcsn.tv/?p=4683 Welcome to episode zero of the Drunk Hockey Show. This episode we talk a little bit about who we are, what we’re doing and why you should be tuning in LIVE when we’re on air. And if you miss us live, you’ll be able to subscribe in iTunes, Zune, BlackBerry or on Stitcher Radio. And of course you can listen to all recorded episodes of DHS on our website as well.

So take five-minutes, grab a beer and have a quick listen.

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http://pcsn.tv/shows/drunk-hockey/000-getting-to-know-you-4683/feed/ 0 DHS,podcast Welcome to episode zero of the Drunk Hockey Show. This episode we talk a little bit about who we are, what we're doing and why you should be tuning in LIVE when we're on air. And if you miss us live, you'll be able to subscribe in iTunes, Zune, Welcome to episode zero of the Drunk Hockey Show. This episode we talk a little bit about who we are, what we're doing and why you should be tuning in LIVE when we're on air. And if you miss us live, you'll be able to subscribe in iTunes, Zune, BlackBerry or on Stitcher Radio. And of course you can listen to all recorded episodes of DHS on our website as well. So take five-minutes, grab a beer and have a quick listen. PCSN.tv no 3:21