Welcome to Slap Shot Podcast! In episode 29, host Christopher Morais (@fuzzychris91) takes a moment to look at some of the most recent trades made around the NHL, including the Josh Anderson/Max Domi deal We also take a moment to look at free agency, and what some teams have been
Welcome to Slap Shot Podcast! In episode 28, host Christopher Morais (@fuzzychris91) takes a look at the Joel Edmundson signing, and debates whether it was the right move for the Canadiens to make. We also take a moment to take about the Marcus Johansson-Eric Staal trade, and what both teams
It’s always nice to get predictions right, including a perfect call on Tampa Bay in six. I don’t think anyone would have predicted Dallas in five, but here we are. Both series were excellent! Congratulations to both teams on making it this far. This is what all teams strive for.
Of the four predictions, three of them ended up being correct. It could have been a clean sweep, but Colorado couldn’t contain Dallas’ red hot offence. Only four teams remain in the hurt for Lord Stanley, and like last round, this one is sure to be a very exciting one.
Welcome to Slap Shot Podcast! In episode 27, host Christopher Morais (@fuzzychris91) takes a look at the Jake Allen trade, and why spending money at the goaltending position isn’t such a bad thing. We also take a moment to take about systemic racism, and why we as a society need
Welcome to Slap Shot Podcast! In episode 26, host Christopher Morais (@fuzzychris91) takes a look back at each of the matchups in the quarterfinal round, along with which teams caused a surprise. We also take a moment to talk about Tuukka Rask, and why it’s important to support players and their
Like the Western Conference, we went 2-2 with our predictions in the East. Tampa Bay and Philadelphia advanced as predicted, but Carolina and Washginton weren’t able to get the job done. Congratulations to the teams for making it this far, but the work is far from over. The quest for
Just like the qualifying round, we went 2-2 with the quarterfinal predictions. It wasn’t surprising to see Vegas of Colorado advance, but watching Dallas destroy the Flames and the Canucks make Jordan Binnington look #NotGood was definitely different. Congratulations to the remaining team who are still in the hurt for
Just like the East, I finished an even 2-2 with my predictions. It wasn’t shocking to see the Predators or Wild lose, but it was surprising to see them put up a fight. Both teams had a lot of holes, but they gave their opponents a run for their money.
My predictions for the Eastern Conference qualifying round finished 2-2. I’m not going to lie: I did not expect Montreal to do what they did against Pittsburgh. It was so much fun to watch Carey Price just shut the door. It was also very satisfying to watch Toronto get eliminated,