It’s a depleted team this week as Marty and Dave go it alone. This week the boys talk return to play in the EIHL, poor parental behavior, breaking NHL records, mini NHL arenas, racism, ice painting, and more. Plus all the news bits and features you have come to expect from the Door 14 Hockey podcast.
Period One - Local Coverage
The Scottish and Welsh teams get the go-ahead to resume play in front of full crowds:
In other news in the UK, parents have been reprimanded for poor sportsmanship as they shoot abuse at children get the full story and statement from the EIHA
Lastly is it a case of the late arrival of a jersey or a new jersey to mark an anniversary, either way, check out the new jersey from the Guildford Flames.
Period Two - International Hockey
New GM announced for the Canucks in the form of Patrik Allvin, the second European GM in NHL history.
Records being broken in the NHL as Flyers Keith Yandle plays the most consecutive NHL in history, will it be short-lived?
The Coyotes may be on the move, not to a different state, to a different arena that holds 5000 people, what difficulties will this cause for the Coyotes and the NHL?
How does a legend like Chris Pronger deliver a speech while his jersey is retired? Chug a beer what else get the story here.
Period Three - General Nockey News!
The main talking point this week has been the despicable racist acts that have swept the ECHL resulting in length bans and awareness-raising training. Get the full story here:
On a brighter note this years teddy bear toss as part of the Hershey Bears charity night broke yet another record with over 52,000 bears from just over 10,000 fans.
A hockey fights cancer night with a unique ice paint. Check out this fantastic initiative from the Quad City Storm.
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