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I like to write about hockey.  It’s something I’ve been doing for a few years now and although I’m not a “journalist” or even a “professional” I do my research and try to think of interesting things to write about.  It’s pretty easy to do, really, especially when every night something new and different happens such as Derek Stepan’s hat-trick or Kari Lehtonen’s incredible pad save.  See? Now you’re all like “oh daymn, I missed those things and want to see dem!”

The thing is though, when you write about hockey, you actually writing about people.  Not fake, SkyNet, terminator automatons, Real F-ing People with parents and children and dogs and other stuff too.   Generally, I like to keep my writing to the stuff these people are doing at work.  It’s pretty strange when you think about it, but that’s what they’re doing: working, and working really hard.  I should mention here that I started out blogging about my day at work but for some reason T-bone and the Supervisor Doggz never really caught on.zdenochicken

What the pro athletes in the NHL do outside of hockey I generally don’t know about.  I can guess they work out, watch hockey on television, according to twitter some of them do a lot of hunting during the off-season, Zdeno Chara does stuff like this.  But when things get dark sided, as can happen with pro athletes, it sort of becomes a grey area for someone like me.  Sure, I’ll joke around about how overweight Dustin Byfuglien has been, or the fact that he got arrested for drunk boating.  That kind of stuff is funny, even though he’s a real person and I would never say it to his face because he would literally kick the shit out of me.

Which brings me to my next point.  Last as I’m sure you’ve heard, Colorado Avalanche goaltender Semyon Varlamov  turned himself in on counts of domestic violence and kidnapping.  He apparently was drinking heavily, got in an argument with his girlfriend, pushed her over, kicked the shit out of her, and pulled her around the apartment by her hair.

What the fuck man.  That’s not cool.

I thought for a while about whether or not I should write about this.  I’m no guru, millions of people don’t read what I write, but I still want to make sure I’m not over stepping my boundaries as a severely unprofessional sports blogger.  But I decided to anyway because, that shit’s not cool.

Seriously, what the fuck Varlamov?  You outweigh that MODEL by like 1,000 lbs.  You’re like 10 feet taller than her.  Kicking her in the chest!? That’s some deplorable-ass shit.  Domestic violence causes not only physical harm but mental as well.  Just imagine getting punched by the one you thought you loved.  Wouldn’t that confuse the shit out of you?  Battered women’s shelters and support groups exist because getting slapped around will fuck up your mind.  Domestic violence can lead to substance abuse, depression, and suicide, just listen to 1 episode of Loveline.   Varlamov’s girlfriend says this wasn’t the first time he’s beaten her, but at least she was smart enough to go to the police this time.  Any man who beats his girlfriend/wife/whatever is a Grade-A shit bag.  I hate to say it Semyon, but you now fall into that category.

Sean Burke honing his craft

Sean Burke honing his craft

Now, I don’t want to single out just one goalie because that’s not fair, most notably because a goalie beating his wife isn’t just reserved for drunken Russians.  While playing for the Hurricanes in 1997, former netminder and current Assistant to the General Manager/Goaltending coach Sean Burke was arrested for beatin’ his old lady.  It seemed as though the pressure of having Trevor Kidd fighting for your starting gig was too much for him.  Another goalie who wasn’t able to make a stop on his emotions is…*gasp!* Patrick Roy! T-bone and the Hockey Doggz touched on this on our last podcast but to clarify, it was October 2000 when Roy ripped some doors off their hinges during an argument with his wife.  Roy was able to show some restraint and not punch and/or kick his wife, but he was arrested nonetheless.

So you know, what the fuck Patrick Roy?  When asked why he was starting Varlamov the day after he made bail Roy said, “Why wait?  We’re all aware of what happened, but we just feel that he’s our guy.” What, you guys are brothers in arms now? Patrick Roy has been great for the Avs so far this year.  He’s taken a team that was really really bad last year and turned them into a team that has only lost 1 game in 13 tries.  But “why wait?”?  How about because Varlamov just got out of jail for BEATING HIS WIFE?!  What Roy is saying here is “we know he beat his wife, but we don’t care.”  That is generally the sentiment by teams when one of the people they pay millions of dollars to represent their team commits a crime.  If I committed a crime and made bail and was able to go back to work, I doubt I would get fired as long as it wasn’t a crime related to my job.  But I am not an athlete who gets paid very well to be a public figure and role model.

What the fuck Avalanche? Shouldn’t Varlamov be punished by the team and coaching staff?  At least a little bit?  I suppose at this point it’s not their jurisdiction, but still.  If a guy doesn’t show enough effort on the ice one night, he’s scratched the next.  If a guy beats his wife and goes to jail, he gets to start the next possible game?  That doesn’t make any sense.  At least let the player and the fans of your franchise know that that kind of shit will not stand, man.

Lastly, what the fuck, us?  Shouldn’t we as fans be more outraged about this whole incident?  This professional athlete just beat his wife

Belfour never had $1 billion! Who was he kidding?!

Belfour never had $1 billion! Who was he kidding?!

which will have a lasting effect on her for years to come.  Most of us will probably forget this even happened by the end of the year.  If he had punched a guy at a bar then offered the Dallas police $1 billion after refusing arrest, I’d be fine with it.  But he didn’t, he beat a defenseless woman in their home, a despicable crime of cowardice.  Varlamov even said that if they were in Russia, he would have beat her more.  UGGHHHH!

Well, maybe I shouldn’t be meddling in the personal matters of these people whom I love to watch at work.  Maybe I should only be concerned about what happens the 60 minutes these guys are on the ice.  But if that were the case, I wouldn’t know that Alexei Kovalev is a airplane pilot, or that the Sedin twins love to rollerblade.  I guess I’ll just have to take the good with the bad and let dog sort ’em out.

If you have a different opinion let us know.  Send us an e-mail at tboneandthehockeydoggz@gmail. com, follow us on twitter @tbonehockeydogz, or leave us a comment!


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T-Bone and the Hockey Doggz Podcast: Discussing the Cup Final, the Penguins Demise, and Recent Changes

Here’s our latest effort!  In this gripping episode of the T-bone and the Hockey Doggz Podcast we discuss a little of this:

  • What happened to T-bone and Moonpie’s beloved Pittsburgh Penguins?
  • The Stanley Cup Final and how we got there
  • The NHL Playoffs are clearly the best playoffs of any sport (sorry arena football)
  • Who’s going to be taking the vacant coaching positions in NYC, DAL, and the big Van Van?
  • Colorado is gonna be weird next season
  • Tim Thomas as a boarder patrolman

I must say, it’s a pretty good episode, especially when paired with a couple-a-hundred pounds of trail mix.  As always, feel free to leave your comments below (me).  You can also tweet us @tbonehockeydogs or send us an e-mail at tboneandthehockeydoggz@gmail.com.  WOO!



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T-Bone and the Hockey Doggz Season 2 Episode 1: The Lockout is Over/Our Fantasies Come True


It’s the newest podcast! I know I said it would be up on Thursday but oh well! It’s up now! In the first episode of the new season we discuss:

  • Last season recap!

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    This will be us come Saturday!

  • The lockout is over!
  • Barack Obama is in studio!
  • Is hockey like crack?
  • What’s gonna happen this season?
  • The First Ever T-Bone and the Hockey Doggz NHL Fantasy Draft!
  • Other things!

We are also trying to figure out a good way to broadcast some alternate commentary over the internet so if you have any ideas on how we should do that, let us know!  Have fun listening!


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You Can’t Stop a Frieght Train: NHL Playoffs Week 3

Nor can you stop an Oshie, Mr. Penner:

Evergreen State represent!

We are in the thick of the NHL Playoffs and there ain’t no goin’ back.  Since we last talked, a lot has happened.  I’m talking burned-out-warehouse-abandoned-lot if you know what I’m sayin’.  First off, remember those games sevens we discussed last week?  I’d be goddamned if I told you there wasn’t an upset, ’cause there was!  The Washington Capitals sent the defending Stanley Cup champions home last Wednesday with a goal scored off the stick of 4th-line “playoff performer” Joel Ward.  Assisting on the goal was veteran/usual scratch Mike Knuble.  Vindication was his to take after being sat the first 3 games of the series.  The real story for the Caps has been rookie goalie Brayden Holtby who was able to beat the reigning elite goaltender turned wacko Tim Thomas.  How good would he look in a Columbus Blue Jackets sweater?

The Capitals moved on to face the New York Rangers, who had just squeaked out a win against the 8th seeded Ottawa Senators.  You want to talk about rookies and playoff performers, look at this Chris Kreider fella.  He’s got 2 goals (both of which are game-winners) and 1 assist in 7 games.  IN THE NHL PLAYOFFS.  That’s more than the Sens can say for their Swedish Elite League “super-star” MVP Jakob Silfvzef7bergs.  Go back to Sweden! USA! USA!  The Rangers/Capitals series is now tied at 1.

The New Jersey Devils were also able to win their game 7 against the Florida Panthers.  With the help of another rookie name-a Adam Henrique.  Double OT, he comes from the corner, snatches a fluttering puck out of the air, and spanks it past Jose Theodore.  What a goal:

Drawing the evil Philadelphia Flyers in the second round, the Devils lost the first game thanks to the hands and feet of Danny “too good for the regular season” Briere.  Last night Bryzgalov looked like he might steal one for the Flyers, but then let in a goal, then another, and then another.  That series is also tied at 1

Here is the playoff landscape as of May 1st, straight from the TBHDz Playoff War Room

The Phoenix/Nashville series has been pretty entertaining so far.  Those ‘Yotes are hot thanks to Mike Smith’s knack for surprising people.  They even managed to score 5 goals in one game, against a Vezina finalist no less.  The Coyotes are up 2-0 in this series but keep in mind two of the newest Predators, Andrei Kostitsyn and Alexander Radulov, were most definitely out hitting the famous Phoenix club scene the night before Sunday’s loss and will be sitting out tonight.  I think my man Jordin Tootoo better have a chat with those two clowns before they get there hands on more Stolichnaya.

Finally, the Kings.  They ripped the axe out of the hands of Johnny Canuck and proceeded to chop his wang off.  They then traveled to St. Louis where their lust for bar-b-que was subdued somehow (pancakes?) and they were able to throw themselves mercilessly at the Blues.  Much like the last series, the Kings have scored 8 goals games in the first two games and have only given up 3.  Now, if that’s not “Key To the Game” graphic material, I don’t know what is!

What's that you say?! Image: Puck Daddy

Fun Facts:

  • Every seed is represented in this years 2nd round.
  • Before the games tonight, both series in the West are 2-0 and both in the East are 1-1
  • The cunning yet fiendish Rangers fans have turned Ottawa’s “countdown to praise” for their beloved Daniel Alfredsson into a “countdown to hate” for any opposing star.  Alexander Ovechkin is immune.
  • I’m naked right now

Be sure to leave us a comment if you agree or disagree with anything stated above.  You can also send an e-mail to tboneandthehockeydoggz@gmail.com, we really like reading e-mails.  Follow us on twitter @tbonehockeydoggz and subscribe to our podcast on iTunes here.  Week 4, here we come!



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T-bone and the Hockey Doggz No. 12: First Round Reflections and Second Round Inspections

The completed first round bracket from T-bone and the Hockey Doggz

The end of the first round of the NHL Playoffs is behind us.  Hell, the start of the second round is back there too.  But T-bone and the Hockey Doggz don’t care.  We can still talk about it, right?!  Bloody well right!

We did just that last night!  And here are just a few of the things we touched on:

  • Racism (we’re against it)
  • Biggest first round surprises
  • First round suspensions
  • Second round thoughts
  • Exclusive: T-bone and the Hockey Doggz’z live reaction to this save by Jonathan Quick:

  • Have the St. Louis Blues “Blue’d it” already?


A couple of things to note:

  1. We hate the Philadelphia Flyers
  2. Moonpie does not express the unanimous consent of the Hockey Doggz as a whole

Here it it guys, in it’s dirty dozen glory. Enjoy!


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First Round Leaves Many Frowns: NHL Playoffs Week Two

So far Moonpie and T-bone have predicted the outcome of 1 series. That's why they pay us the big bucks.

The frowns started in Michigan back on Friday when the ‘young guns’ of the Nashville Predators sent the ‘old farts’ of the Detroit Red Wings a-packin’ in just 5 games.  A team that just four years ago won Lord Stanley’s Cup was eliminated in the first round by newcomers to this whole “winning in the playoffs” thing.  It really got me thinking about the Wings; there will be a time when the Red Wings do notmake the playoffs.  Weird right?!  It’s been since the days of Adam Oates and a young Steve Yzerman that Detroit was last thought as one of those “other teams” in the Western Conference and not a formidable cup contender.  I’m sorry Wings fans, but I can’t say I’m sad to see your days of dominance come to an end.  Give someone else a try for once, c’mon.

With the end of that first playoff series one of the best traditions in hockey was witnessed for the first time since last June; the handshake.  Imagine what it’s like working your guts out against another person, trying to beat them no matter what for a week or two, then having to look into their eyes and shake their hand once it’s decided one team is better than the other.  You can’t find such a tremendous display of humility and sportsmanship like this at the end of a grueling series in any other sport!   Regardless of whether you’re the winner or loser, it’s probably pretty weird, although I’m sure the winners have a much better time at these end of game gatherings.

Aww, poor Sharkies. Maybe next year! Or if you're on a different team.

That’s how it all began, and next we said goodbye to San Jose Sharks.  Not a real shocker in the moment, but if someone had told you in the beginning of the season that the 7th seeded Sharks were going to get eliminated in 5 games in the first round by the 2nd seeded St. Louis Blues, you’d be all like, “saayy whaatt?!”

We then said goodbye to the Vancouver Canucks and that was a real shocker.  It’s pretty hard to believe that the President’s Trophy winner and former Western Conference Champions would lose so decisively to the 8th seeded Kings, but that’s what’s so great about the playoffs, you never know what’s going to happen!  Raffi Torres could get suspended 25 games!

The beloved Pittsburgh Penguins were sent home by the evil Philadelphia Flyers.  A lot of people picked these Pens to go on another Stanley Cup run but they were simply out-played by the Flyers and didn’t really deserve to win.  All we can hope for now is that the Rangers can be the Senators in tonight’s game 7…which brings me to my next point: Game 7’s!!  We’ll have three of these babies in the East this year!  The division winners have all had their hands full with the bottom of conference playoff barrel, but we’ll know what the second round match-ups are by the end of Thursday.

Mike Smith really bailed out the Phoenix Coyotes in their series with the Chicago Blackhawks.  Without him they would be toast, but with his goose egg performance the Quarterfinal match-ups are set in stone in the West: Blues-Kings and Coyotes-Predators.  One of these four will represent the West in the Cup Final, who are you rooting for?

All things being equal, Smitty's mask is pretty dope.

Feel free to leave us a comment, write to us via e-mail here, and follow us on twitter here.  Sometime after Thursday and before the second round starts we’ll put up a podcast with our first round thoughts and second round predictions.  You can hear our old p-casts here!


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The NHL Playoffs: Week One

All caught up!

I just decided that I am going to try to do a weekly recap of the playoffs.  I guess I’ll talk about all the things I found noteworthy and interesting, awesome or ugly.  We’ll see how it goes.  3…2…1…BLAST OFF!

Holy hell!  What in the hell got into those really big guys with knives on their feet and sticks in their hands?!  They’re running around doin’ all kinds of fucked up shit!

Byron Bitz, Matt Carkner, Carl Hagelin, Andrew Shaw, Nicklas Backstrom, Craig Adams , Aaron Asham, and James Neal all have been suspended in this first week.  Brent Burns should have been suspended for his blatant elbow on Scott Nichol, and more importantly, Shea Weber  should have been suspended for slamming Henrik Zetterberg’s  face into the glass in the first game of the Detroit/Nashville series.  Raffi Torres will no doubt be suspended for this hit that sent Marian Hossa to the hospital last night:

Torres’ suspension will most likely be the strongest swing of the Shanahammer we’ve seen this post season, Odin willing.  Of all the “taking that kind of hit out of the game” and “it’s about respect the players have for each other” talk we’ve been hearing since October, what can we make of these heinous infractions?  That the players don’t have respect for each other and they aren’t afraid of the big, bad, Shanahan, or their emotions have just gotten the better of them in the first week?  What do you think?

Speaking of thinking, who’da thunk the Philadelphia Flyers would be up 3-0 on the Pittsburgh Penguins?  Probably not any of these guys:


I said Philly would win in 7 because I want the Pens to win and I never ever get what I want, a-boo-hoo.  We’ll see if Pittsburgh can make an historic first round rally starting tonight, but I doubt it.  They have been sloppy in their own zone, their defense has been terrible, their special teams has been equally as puke-inspiring, and they have been despicably dirty.  To the Flyers credit, they’ve played great and have kept their composure.  The Penguins are trying to beat the Flyers at their own bully-style game and it’s just not going to work.

The Panthers comeback from a 3 goal deficit last night against the Devils was pretty awesome.  You’d expect that kind of comeback from the Stinkin’ Philadelphia Flyers, but it’s cool to see it done by a team most people (myself included) had written off as the worst team in the playoffs.

The LA Kings are up 3-0 on the President’s Trophy-Winning, defending Western Conference Champion Vancouver Canucks.  No one saw that coming either.  A team who squeaked into the playoffs in the last couple of days of the regular season now has the chance to become the first ever to sweep the reigning P-trophy champs, are you kidding me?

The hockey gods have something pretty crazy in store for us this year, that is fo sho.  Can’t wait to see what next week brings!

Feel free to leave us a comment, write to us via e-mail here, and follow us on twitter here.  Oh! And we finally got the podcast on iTunes, so you can subscribe to that here.


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T-bone and the Hockey Doggz no. 11: Trophy Winners and 1st Round Playoff Predictions From the Playoff War Room!

T-bone and the Hockey Doggz have successfully cranked it up to 11 to coincide with the start of the Stanley Cup Playoffs.  This episode was recorded last night from and undisclosed location known only as TB & HDz Playoff War Room.  THE PLAYOFFS START IN T-MINUS 30 MINUTES which doesn’t give you enough time to listen to the whole thing but you can listen to part now and then pause it and come back to it later.

In the first period we discuss our guesses votes as to who will win what trophy.  Through a thorough discussion we came to some pretty interesting conclusions about the winners.  We also chose a winner for the first ever T-bone and the Hockey Doggz Kane Trophy (pictures to come), an award that goes to the player who best exemplifies excellence and general awesomeness among T-bone and the Hockey Doggz.  Betcha can’t guess who it’s going to!

The second and third periods are devoted solely to NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs.  Who’s gonna win what series in the West?  Who’s gonna win what series in the East?  We state our predictions and reasons why, and hilarity ensues.

Listen to it, and tell us if you think we are “right on!”, or if we are “real dumb…”.  Either way let us know by posting a comment, or emailing us here, or you can follow us on twitter here and tweet to us all day and all night.  Oh, and T-bone sincerely apologizes for all of the snorting…he got sick yesterday, give him a break!  HAPPY PLAYOFFS EVERYONE!!

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The 2011-2012 NHL Season in Review, or: Things I Remember About Hockey Since October 6th

Drawing this was harder than you would think.

The 2011-2012 NHL season has made it 7/9ths of the way up Mt. Stanley and as you can see from the beautiful hand-made bracket above, only the strong (and the Panthers) have survived.  The playoffs are just around the Tuesday and I, for one, am fucking PUMPED!  But before my mouth starts salivating like Manny Legace’s for hamburgers, I want to take a moment to reflect on the season that was.

Just like every other NHL season, this one had its ups and downs.  The Minnesota Wild were at the top of the league in December boy oh boy did they ever take a tumble.  According to Ryan Lambert of Puck Daddy,

“the Wild won seven of their final 52 games in regulation. Fewer regulation wins than Columbus. That’s a team that was never making the playoffs, right there.”

Yikes!  Can’t say I wasn’t happy when they were doing well, but we all knew that wasn’t gonna last.

Remember when Ryan “The Nuge” Nugent-Hopkins scored his first career NHL goal in his first career NHL game?:

Nikolai Khabibulin at had a save percentage of .964 and a GAA of 0.97 after 10 games, pretty good for an old fart!  Things were looking good for the Oilers in the beginning, but the Bulin Wall and the Oilers didn’t fair quite as well for the remaining 72 games.

It would come to be known as “The Year of the Shanaban”.  With the face of the NHL, Sidney Crosby, out indefinitely, hits to the head would no longer be tolerated, lest ye be trounced with the full force of the Shanahammer.  People who follow the game would learn Brendan Shanahan was tough, but fair (mostly).

This year was especially meaningful for me.  After being abducted early in the 2008 season, I came to in Philadelphia and met up with my old friends the Hockey Doggz to talk about, ya know, hockey.  I wasn’t exactly sure how into the game I could get with such a prolonged absence but I gave it a shot.  I thought to myself, “I don’t know anyone who plays for the Stars or the Avalanche” so I decided to watch this game:

Holy fuck, are you kidding me?!  What a whacky game!  Did you see that Duchene goal to get the hat trick?! Avs scored 2, then Dallas scores 4, Avs come back with 3, they go back an forth, and Dallas wins in OT?! Craziness.

Needless to say I was hooked.  I decided to put down Leo Tolstoy’s War and Peace and direct all my attention to the game.  No regrets…sorry Huskey.

Here are some of my other memorable moments from the 1,230 games of 2011-2012 in no particular order:

  • Remember when realignment looked like it was going to be a thing?  We sure do!  But the players were all like, “Umm, nah”.  We’ll have to wait until contract bargaining agreement talks start to fully realize the effect of that snub
  • Lars Eller and Matt Moulson both scored 4 goals in a game and Sam Gagner had 4 goals and 4 assists in one tilt!  That’s pretty spectacular
  • The Crosby roller coaster was a pretty wild ride.  He comes back, gets a bunch of points, gets hurt again, and now he’s back again.  Jeez.
  • Cam Ward got a goal right after we talked about how cool goalie goals were, although his wasn’t that cool.
  • The Detroit Red Wings won 23 STRAIGHT GAMES at home!
  • T-bone and the Hockey Doggz went to the Winter Classic and got exclusive interviews with Mark Recchi AND Pat Sajak
  • The St. Louis Blues were on top of the NHL for a long time, just to have those upstart Vancouver Canucks steal the President’s Trophy right out from under ’em
  • Henrick Lundqvist,  Jonathan Quick, Brian Elliot, and Jaroslav Halak had themselves good seasons.  Not to mention Mike Smith getting the most saves (54) in a shutout EVER
  • Remember that All-Star Game?  Yeah, me either
  • The evolution of Matt Cooke is a pretty good one
  • This was a big story:

This season has been blessed by the Hockey Gods for some and marred with disaster and broken dreams for other.  Soon we will move on and, oh lord, the Stanley Cup Playoffs will be awesome, hallelujah amen!  I can’t wait to watch all of the series’s’es unfold.  Who knows who’s gonna win?!  In a month and a half we could be looking down the barrel of a full-loaded Coyotes/Panthers Stanley Cup shotgun (the lowest scoring, tightest checking shotgun ever).  Whatever the case, the way we got there will have been special, because it never happened before and will never happen again.  Or…?

What were your favorite moments of 2011-2012? Let us know!  Email us here and follow us on twitter @TboneHockeyDogz .  We’ll hopefully be getting another podcast up before the playoffs and maybe even get on to iTunes, once we pull our heads out of our asses.



Big ups to A. Rat for not giving me too much shit!

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T-bone and the Hockey Doggz No. 10: Triple Dippin’:Playoff Races, Playoff Teams, Playoofz

Has it really been 10 episodes already?

We’re back! With our 10th Anniversary Podcast!!  Just in time to talk about playoff races!

In our special 10th Anniversary episode, T-bone and the Hockey Doggz discuss who we like in said playoff races.  It’s pretty much a who’s who of who we want to win and why.  We also talk about the teams who are doing really well and who is the most formidable adversary come playoff time.  Another one of our awesome brand new segments is revealed as we sit down to listen to “Moonpie’s Fireside Penguins Chat”.  To wrap it all up we have what I believe is the second coming of the much heralded “T-bone and the Hockey Doggz Lightning Round”!!  It’s too good to miss!

We here at T-bone and the Hockey Doggz would like to thank all of our loyal listener[s] for tuning in this regular season for our first 10 episodes.  That being said this is our final regular season podcast.  But don’t worry!  We’ll be here during the playoffs too, using the power of the internet to bring our opinions to your ears all the way up to the Stanley Cup Finalz! Don’t forget to follow us on twitter here and send us an e-mail with your comments here.  Or you can comment right here on this post!  See you in a week or whatever it is!

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