129: Give ‘Em The Booth


Brandon came out of the coma and Peter's back from the Peace Corp to actually put a show together. We talk about surprises so far in the NHL season, how Jonathan Quick's injury might affect the U.S. Olympic team and timeless haircuts. We also discuss recent music releases including the new A Wilhelm Scream. Plus, new music this week from Toxic Holocaust, Young Turks, A.W.S. and Less Than Jake.

-Varlamov officially charged with one count of third-degree assault.

-Re: Ray Emery, technically, Tim Thomas was the last goaltender suspended.

Music This Week:

(Intro was) Castle In The Sun by Classics Of Love

Salvation Is Waiting by Toxic Holocaust

Last Laugh by A Wilhelm Scream

Roe vs. Wade vs. Westbrook by Young Turks

Good Enough by Less Than Jake

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Episode 128: I’d Have My Cock Out If I Scored Four Goals


Brandon sits out this week as Mr. Fancy joins Peter to discuss Jonathan Quick's own goal and the stories surrounding Tomas Hertl.

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Episode 127: #TeamGeno


Peter's out this week so Brandon was joined by the site's editors Shane Bua and Cait Platt . They discuss preseason ultraviolence.

-A FAQ of the Leafs-Sabres line brawl by Puck Daddy's Greg Wyshynki

-Zach Kassian smashes Sam Gagner in the face

-From Hockey This Week, a positive review of the Islanders' game experience at Barclays Center.

-The rebranded Calgary Inferno of the CWHL, and the owners of CalgaryInferno.com.

Music Featured This Week:

Take The Mirror by White Lung

Brother by Meat Wave

Ring Of Fire by Social Distortion

Away From The Circle by No Fun At All

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Episode 126: No One Is Listening


Brandon and Peter return from their summer vacation and discuss what they've been up to, the recent set of horrible jerseys that have been released and the NHL pre-season.

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#125 The King Of Ilya’s Court


The NHL Draft and Free Agency have come and gone, so now's the time hockey fans start to go stir-crazy. Yelling at Bieber!?! You should be ashamed of yourselves! Anyways, Pete shares an anecdote of futility and we discuss Ilya Kovalchuk getting the hell out of Dodge. Dodge, New Jersey. That's where the arena is, right? I can't make any sense of that state. 

and then...

What goes better with hockey than punk rock? Wrestling? Yes, Wrestling.

We're joined for an interview by Arda Ocal. Arda is one of professional wrestling's best known media personalities. He was the creator and host of Aftermath, a WWE post-show on The Score Network(now Sportsnet 360) in Canada. He's currently a columnist for The Baltimore Sun and is involved with The Layfield Report, a writing project with WWE commentators John Layfield and Micheal Cole that is raising funds for underpriviledged kids.

Arda also happens to be a die-hard hockey fan, particulary for his hometown team, the Toronto Maple Leafs. He's a play-by-play commentator for the Leafs' American Hockey League affiliate, the Toronto Marlies.


Former Marlies coach Dallas Eakins takes over the Edmonton Oilers

-WWE NXT(airs on SN360 in Canada but is only available on Hulu Plus in the States, though may move to a cable network soon)


"The Generic Luchador" El Generico(now Sami Zayn in NXT)

I'll leave it to With Leather's Brandon Stroud to rundown why she(and her entrance) are so great:

If you’re new to NXT (because of this column or otherwise), Emma’s entrance has several important steps: (1) her hilariously obnoxious entrance theme, which should never be changed (2) the dance, which you already know about (3) Emma BEING AFRAID OF BUBBLES (4) everyone in the crowd doing the Emma dance, because she’s the most over person on the show (5) the best part of the dance, when she’s at the ring apron and basically mimes Triple H’s entrance, but with DANCE ARMZ (6) an attempt to “skin the cat,” which does not always work (7) happy dancing for ring entrance success!

Read more: http://withleather.uproxx.com/2013/05/the-best-and-worst-of-wwe-nxt-52913/2#ixzz2YoLrTcKp

Read Brandon's Raw & NXT Best & Worst columns. Do it.

-If your interested in writing for The Layfield Report, send a sample to layfieldreportcontest@gmail.com.


Music This Week:

Shape Of Punk To Come by Refused(Intro)

Failed States by Strike Anywhere

Never Going Back To New Jersey by Less Than Jake

Count Your Bruises by The Flatliners(Interlude)

Welcome To Hell by Get Dead(Get Dead's new record is being released by Fat Wreck Chords on out July 23rd and is available for pre-order here.)


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Episode 124: A 90 Second Parade


This week Brandon and Peter discuss the NHL draft, explore the concept of public funds going to private ventures through the Coyotes situation and sit down to talk with NHL player Andrew Ference.

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#123 Lift The Cup


Congrats to the Stanley Cup Champion Chicago Blackhawks. We'll run down the finals as well as the rest of the season. Also, we run through each champion in the minor leagues and the changes coming for franchises.

Also, if you have the chance to touch the Stanley Cup, do you do it? This and other important questions are solved on the show.

As Chicago are the champs, its all Chicago punk this week:

Drunk Mouth Kitchen Smile by The Lawrence Arms

Don't Come Home by Knucklepuck

Hometown Hero by Weekend Nachos

Ode To Kerouac by Shot Baker


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Episode 122: A Skacano


This week Brandon and Peter discuss the NHL Final, Seattle being the NHL's booty call and a possible ska revival.

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#121: Asleep At The Bar


We're back from our ill-timed hiatus in time to talk about the Stanley Cup Final with the Bruins writer for Hockeybuzz, Ty Anderson. We break down the series as well as discuss what the hell we've been up to for the past month.

Ty can found on twitter, and his Bruins work is here on Hockeybuzz. Ty also writes for the New York Hockey Journal.

Music Featured This Week:

Intro was by Awake by Trash Talk

Manifest Decimation by Power Trip

You Will Be Free by The Thermals

Night Shift At The Potato Factory by Modern Life Is War



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Episode 120: Lame Jokes


In this episode, Brandon and Peter recap what's been going on in the playoffs, discuss why dudes in metal bands keep getting in trouble with the law and Peter celebrates his fantasy hockey championship.

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