Coming at you on a special night because we really felt that we had to share our thoughts with you. The regular Tuesday just wasn’t going to work this week, and unfortunately won’t over the next few weeks either as Marshall is off to Honolulu to run the Honolulu Marathon. Can you call him a little “cray-cray” because Jeff sure thinks he is. There’s no shortage of Winnipeg Jets and NHL hockey to chat about in this episode of the Jets Hockey Podcast.
We’ve been doing well with our fan responses to our question of the week. This week we’re asking you to call in and leave your thoughts about whether the NHL is doing enough to limit concussions. Call us anytime before 5:00 pm CT on Sunday December 1 toll-free at 855-321-JETS (5387). Yup, another different time for the next show. And this one spawned by a new lawsuit against the NHL.
This episodes Prospect Report, Jeff talks about Goaltender Eric Comrie of the Tri-City Americans and when you might see him in the Jets lineup. Of course, talk of his awesome Captain America goalie helmet makes its way into the chat.
Speaking of helmets, we also got into a long conversation about TNSE’s response to the #HELMETPARDY that was planned for the home game versus the Blackhawks last week. Their response was a little disappointing…actually, very much so.
The Winnipeg Jets are on the start of their six-game road trip over the next two weeks. Marshall tried to blame Ron Burgundy, but it took Jeff a long time to get it (the Jets are on the road because of Roar of the Rings happening in Winnipeg). We predict the games as follows:
For what it’s worth, Jeff is 7-9 going 2-1 last week on predictions while Marshall is back to a .500 record at 8-8 with a disappointing 1-2 list of predictions last week..
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In other NHL related news we talk about Bryzgalov making his debut in Edmonton and Stamkos walking around without crutches or a boot even just 2-weeks after he broke his leg. Jeff says it’s further proof he’s not human.
GO JETS GO!
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