This week, Joe and Shep and Chris welcome you to Biasville. They talk hockey, for like a few minutes, plus Jimmy Buffett, 30 Rock, John Tesh, members of John Tesh's band and much, much more. There is no guest because that would be pointless.
This week Joe and Shep and Chris have what might be their weirdest episode ever. They wrap up the Frozen Four and the season with special guests Chris Martin and Bono, deeply discuss the use of yellow on ESPN telecasts and just get all around wacky. There's probably something exceptionally weird that we missed in here during the edit process, and we're sorry for that.
This week, Shep and Chris welcome Gabbi Riggi from USCHO and Quinnipiac Student Media and Nick from Let's Go DU to discuss the Frozen Four. And Last Call with Carson Daly. There's a good amount of discussion on Last Call with Carson Daly. Also, Tampa as a host, some actual analysis, Shep's obvious lack of preparation and acknowledgement of something that might have happened.
This week, Joe and Shep and Chris Boulay of College Hockey News discuss the first two rounds of the NCAA tournament. They cover Hockey East's failures, Boston College's successes, our continued Quinnipiac overlords and when Jerry York will retire. This was actually recorded live on Google Hangout on Sunday night, so you can catch video here. Includes bonus footage of Shep laughing and precook attempts to make everything work.
This week Joe and Shep (and Chris Boulay of College Hockey News) cover so much ground. So much to celebrate: Northeastern winning Hockey East, Notre Dame leaving, and yup that's enough. That's all great. With guest appearances by Sean Hathaway and Mike Davis. And NCAA tournament discussion. This show is massive.
This week, Joe and Shep welcome Chris Boulay of College Hockey News and Mike Davis from Northeastern to talk about the Hockey East quarterfinals, the upcoming weekend at TD Garden and so, so much more. Shep sings. Twice. Massachusetts geography is debated. This show got weird.
This week Joe and Shep welcome Tony Patronick to the whole show to discuss all sorts of fun stuff, like the #octofinals, the controversy surrounding the women's NCAA tournament bracket and the coaching change in Amherst. Plus there is static, Soft Rock Shep and hot takes on the Big Ten.
This week, Joe and Shep preview the #Octofinals with a ton of guests. Ross Gienieczko of The Daily Collegian, Adam Darling of WMEB, Pete Harasyko of The Daily Campus, Mathew Galvao of The Beacon and USCHO, Mike Davis of the Dog House and Judy Cohen of the Boston Hockey Blog and The Daily Free Press all spend a few minutes previewing their teams. Plus, your hosts were super tired for the intro and closing and said some weird stuff! And you bet Shep butchered a ton of names and is very sorry for it!
This week, oh man is it a big show. Joe and Shep welcome three guests to finish out the year: Matt Dresens of The BU Hockey Blog, Mark Divver of the Providence Journal and Tony Patronick of Twitter or whatever. All three talk about the top five teams in Hockey East and how they see the rest of the season shaping out. Plus, Joe and Shep offer their opinions on the playoff push, Kanye West and Jurassic World. So much great show!
This week, Joe and Shep return for a fairly full show. They start taking a peak at the playoff picture, both in Hockey East and across the NCAA. They moan a little about Notre Dame. They talk about how the BC women are running away with the east. And some discussion on Hockey East stratification.