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Hockey Players Club Podcast, Episode 24


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Unbeknownst to Kustron and Schwartz, Rubeo turns the mics on early to record their lackluster acapella skills. Before Kus lets the listeners know we’re testing recording the podcasts on video and please don’t be startled by his grey beard. Kitts, Schwartz, and Rubeo briefly celebrate last week’s beer league W after the previous week’s shellacking. And fortunately for Kitts‘ other team, “Munson” (mentioned in episode 23) didn’t show up but neither did their goalie… and yet they still won?! Is that the most embarrassing and frustrating way to lose a hockey game?

ICYMI:

The podcast crew, being the jackasses they are, mistakenly report Patrick Kane recorded his 1,000th NHL point. To be clear, he did not lol.

Zdeno Chara recorded his 200th NHL goal… and re-signed with the Bruins for 1 year for $2,000,000.

At an event for the Edmonton Oilers’ season ticket holders, CEO Bob Nicholson surprisingly blamed Tobias Reider’s goal production for the Oilers’ disastrous season.

The NHL announced their Global Series for next season to showcase the brand and game in Sweden, Switzerland, Germany, and the Czech Republic.

The NHLPA released the results of a 500+ player poll of the best and worst around the league.

Ron Burgundy joined the LA Kings’ broadcast booth.


Given our recent #hockeytough Instagram post, Schwartz wants to know if all adult leaguers should wear cages?


Did you see the fan that challenged Ottawa Senators forward Brady Tkachuk to a “floss off?”


And the most polarizing goalie mask ever created took the internet by storm this past week:

 

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Trump brick wall themed goalie mask made for 14 year old goalie. Thoughts?⁣ ⁣ (📸: @tendy_gearr)

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All before…

Weekly Picks:

At the time of recording episode 24, two Weekly Picks questions for 7 points were still up for grabs Sunday evening. But, by Monday morning a weekly winner was crowned:

Congrats to Matt Crebo and Joe Florian for scoring 20 points in last week’s Weekly Picks.

In accordance with the Weekly Picks tiebreaker rules (most points earned this season is the first tie-breaker), Matt Crebo wins a free $20 HPC gift card.

HPC podcast co-host Kyle Kittelberger is still leading the Weekly Picks for March. We’re begging for someone to overcome his 5 point lead heading into the final week of the month in the race for the free HPC XV3 hockey stick.

As usual, the boys picked 3 of their 9 picks for this week’s Weekly Picks. Here are screenshots of Rubeo’s 3 Weekly Picks selections made on this week’s podcast (note: Kittelberger’s profile and score are highlighted since he is the current month leader):

For 2 points:

For 3 points:

For 5 points:

*Make sure to submit your Weekly Picks for a chance to win a FREE $20 HPC gift card (for weekly winners) and Hockey Players Club XV3 hockey stick (awarded to monthly winners).

Top Shelf Trivia:

Rubeo brought the heat for this week’s Top Shelf Trivia. With teams making their final push to qualify for the NHL playoffs, Rubeo gathered the top scoring NHL players since January 1, 2019.

Please follow and reach out to the Hockey Players Club via InstagramFacebook, and Twitter to submit your questions and comments to the HPC podcast crew.

Ever wonder, why are hockey sticks so expensive?! Check out our full explanation here.

Want a light, top-of-the-line hockey stick without spending an arm and a leg?! Check out our XV3 hockey sticks.

Looking to improve your game and score more goals? Check out the video Schwartz and Rubeo made about improving your catch-and-release shooting:

And don’t forget to check out our:

Shooting in Your Stride To Score More Goals Like Phil Kessel [VIDEO]

Ultimate Hockey Stick Buying Guide

VIDEO: 5 Drills to Improve Your Snapshot


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