Ahhhhhhohmygodddddd it’s a podcast!

Due to some “company realignment,” Rob Pizzo has moved to strictly being a TV host, which is too bad, but also opens the door for what I think is a great new format, with more great people.

John Noon has come out from behind the glass to steer the ship (Ryan Eligh will operate the technical side full time this year), while myself and Jake Goldsbie – once intern, once Degrassi actor (seriously), and current hockey aficianado – give our opinions on all things puck.

Our first (aired) crack is 35 minutes long, and covers:

* Some abbreviated, annoyed thoughts on the lockout

* The potential cancellation of the Winter Classic

* Unrequited rivalries

* Rec hockey do’s and don’ts (taped sweats over shinnys? Ew.)

* And most importantly, the NHL’s scariest humans.

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Comments (10)

  1. MI AMIGOS love the new format. Mr Rob Pizzo, you will be missed. PMgypsy loves you

  2. What was with the random ”commercial” a minute in?

    But I do like Noon as the moderator, so to speak. Miss the Pepperoni Pizz..

    New guy needs to learn how to say Bryzgalov. I cringed when he said his name.

  3. Ugh, nothing makes a face more punchable than a half cage.

  4. weekly show? or not

  5. Great show fellas. Having the show back eases the lockout pain a bit.

  6. so, one might call it “Backhand Shelf Podcast: The Next Generation”?

    Definitely going to miss Pizzo, but will check out the new format over the weekend.

  7. great show. loved it in the past, glad to see it back. I REALLY miss the old opener though. “here he comes, up the ice, here he comes, hang on, hang on, HE SCORES! GOTTA LOVE IT.” “belted to the ice at the blue line…very slow to get up” love it!

  8. I already miss Pizzo. What’s it with him and podcasts. Starts one up and is gone from it a year later.

    And jeez, lose the awful intro music and bring back the old one!

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