BHF Podcast

Bored Hockey Fan Podcast Episode 4


Streamed live on Jan 8, 2014
G and Double C talk Varlamov, Winter Classic, Olympic rosters, and bout two of technical difficulties.

BoredHockeyFan Podcast Episode 4 (MP3, 1:14:30)

BHF Podcast

What’s This? A Podcast?

Yeah, @GoftheInternet and myself (@ThatDamnDoubleC), sat down and talked hockey for the first ever Bored Hockey Fan podcast!

Tonight’s episode, we discussed the Olympics, Free Agency, the Seguin/Eriksson trade and much much more!


BoredHockeyFan Podcast Episode 1 (MP3, 53:56)

Anaheim Ducks, Arizona Coyotes, BHF Fantasy, Boston Bruins, Buffalo Sabres, Calgary Flames, Carolina Hurricanes, Chicago Blackhawks, Colorado Avalanche, Columbus Blue Jackets, Dallas Stars, Detroit Red Wings, Edmonton Oilers, Florida Panthers, Los Angeles Kings, Minnesota Wild, Montreal Canadiens, Nashville Predators, New Jersey Devils, New York Islanders, New York Rangers, Ottawa Senators, Philadelphia Flyers, Pittsburgh Penguins, San Jose Sharks, St. Louis Blues, Tampa Bay Lightning, Toronto Maple Leafs, Vancouver Canucks, Washington Capitals, Winnipeg Jets

The Flock Presents-The NHL After Draft Special

On Sunday evening, members of the facebook group, “The Flock” joined forces to discuss the fallout from the 2013 NHL entry draft. We discussed the Seth Jones situation, the Vancouver bombshell, and the future, and so forth. Needless to say, it was a “happening.” With Free Agency Frenzy on our doorstep, this is a must listen for the for the fan’s, by the fan’s perspective on the future of the NHL.


General, Hockey Media

NHL 14 Cover Vote – Final Result

For the first time since John Vanbiesbrouck on the cover of NHL ’97, a Goaltender will grace the cover of an EA Sports NHL game. Martin Brodeur from the New Jersey Devils, and Sergei Bobrovsky of the Columbus Blue Jackets, were voted by the fans, as the final two, with only one being able to be on the cover of NHL ’14.

So, without further adieu, let’s reveal the winner of the cover vote, for NHL ’14!

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The UHF Tournament

The Ultimate Hockey Fighter Tournament – First Round

Welcome one and all. It is finally here, the beginning of the Ultimate Hockey Fighter Tournament. 32 of hockey’s best fighters square off in a single-elimination tournament to determine just who is the Ultimate Hockey Fighter.

The winner of the previous matchup was……….. Krzysztof Oliwa! He advances to face Andrew Peters in Round Two.

The first matchup in the second quarter of the draw pits a current Blue Jacket, against the Grim Reaper.

Stu Grimson
Calgary Flames, Chicage Blackhawks, Mighty Ducks of Anaheim, Detroit Red Wings, Hartford Whalers, Carolina Hurricanes, Los Angeles Kings, Nashville Predators
6’5″ 239 lbs
4×20 NHL Fights in a season
8X15 NHL Fights in a season
217 NHL Fights 15.5 FPY

Jared Boll
Columbus Blue Jackets
6’3″ 195 lbs
4×20 NHL Fights in a season
5×15 NHL Fights in a season
123 NHL Fights 24.6 FPY

Why you should vote for Stu Grimson:




Why you should vote for Jared Boll:



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Flashback Friday, PUCK YOU!

PUCK YOU! Season 2, episode 2 (repost)


While the 2012 NHL Lockout is underway, every Friday will be known as “Flashback Friday.” On this day of the week, a classic installment of PUCK YOU! will be released for your enjoyment.

Hello hockey fans! We started this project last season on a different website. We have a new home here at Wonderpod-Online, and couldn’t be happier to getting back to discussing a game we all mutually love… hockey. The one played on ice, that is. The NHL season is just over the halfway mark, the World Juniors is over, and we’re on the doorstep of the free-agency deadline. It’s about time we got the crew back together for another bull-session. So, let’s get to it, shall we?
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Hockey Media

Bad Hockey Media Episode 1

The year is 1998. Before EA Sports bought the rights to everything and nobody could make any sports games. Acclaim tried their hand at a hockey game, to compete in the competitive hockey video game market. It’s poster boy was Phoenix Coyotes Captain, Keith Tkachuk. The game was NHL Breakaway ’98


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