Marty, Dave, John and Aaron are back again, and this time, they’re throwing the rule book out! (Not that we had one to start with you understand…)
After a bumper weekend of thrilling games in the EIHL, the guys chat all about the Giants’ games against the Sheffield Steelers, Paul Thompson’s mini-meltdown. We also look at some NHL arena stories, youth development in Canada, fan-made uniforms, and Aaron gives us the expert run-down on High Sticking! Along with this, there’s plenty more too, so put a brew on or pour a cold one and settle into Door 14 Hockey!
Have a look below at all the stories covered this episode. As always, click the links and photos for more info from the source websites.
How the EIHL looks after the last couple weeks of games:
Goal Line Technology (GLT), is it the saving grace of the game, or is it wildly misunderstood? We look at what the EIHL had to say of its own system after some recent interest from games.
Paul Thompson – The angry coach of the EIHL? The results against the Giants this weekend certainly didn’t help.
Listen to Thommo’s post-match interview right here, and see what he had to say about his team, the officials and that incident with the Giants netminder…
They’ve got the Key, but do they have the secret to unlocking the 32nd franchise?
New Jersey Devils player hoping to play through leukaemia diagnosis. *stick tap from all at D14*
The Saddledome. Are the Flames getting Saddle-sore?
Half-Rink or half-baked idea? Ontario juniors and Hockey Canada make the call to move to half-rink hockey for under 7’s, but not everyone’s happy…
A fan makes uniform redesigns for all IIHF team and some notable others, a few of our favourites are below. Have a look here and let us know if you think you can find one better!
Kevin makes it Raine pain for Valdix. John’s ‘Star Player shows what he’s worth in the home game versus the Steelers.
— Belfast Giants (@BelfastGiants) September 24, 2017
Devils’ Paul Crowder with a slash we expect to see DOPS take little pity on…
Didn’t see this at the time but only called as a 2 min penalty… pic.twitter.com/KqQ9gZBDYS
— Andrew Kingston (@treblethree) 23 September 2017
It’s like taking candy from a baby for the Blaze, but is it just that simple?
The Score shortlists Belfast and the SSE Arena in their list of cities primed for a visit from hockeys top flight…
As Trump alienates most of the sporting world, will the Stanley Cup Champion Penguins be the only major league champs to make the trip to the White House?
So, what do you think of this edition of the Door 14 Hockey Podcast?