Happy Canada Day and surpriiiiiise!
Steve and Brian reunite after the Hamilton Bulldogs early exit from Regina to do what they do best: drink and talk about dumb stuff!
This time the boys provide to you, our loyal fans, a special audio commentary to what's widely considered one of the cheesiest but beloved hockey movies of all time. That's right, it's D2: The Mighty Ducks!
Just turn on the episode, wait for the ten second countdown, hit play on your copy of the movie (don't act like you don't have it), and enjoy!
See you on September 19 for Season 5!
On the [checks notes] season finale of Fanboys, the guys and OHLAG give one final toast to Hamilton's season, the semifinal game, and the financial future of the 100 year old tournament.
And because our finales always have huge guests, we welcome WHL Commissioner Ron Robison to discuss the tournament and how the league will go into the future with no television deal. As well, we do a pregame chat with TSN1150 Hamilton brodcast team Stew and Louie B. It's fine. It's not sad we did that in retrospect.
On behalf of Steve, Brian and all our correspondents and everyone behind the scenes who make our dumb show possible, we want to thank you, our listeners for being a part of our fourth season.
SEE YOU IN A FEW WEEKS FOR THE SCHEDULE SHOW!!!
THIS SHOW IS FOR EVERYONE!
If you're new to the podcast, you'll love our diverse guest list, featuring Regina Pats play by play man Phil Andrews and Sportsnet analyst Colby Armstrong.
If you're a longtime listener and are expecting Brian to scream about the god awful game management of Mario Pouliot, is this the show for you!
See you Saturday for the Final preview!
Hamilton's back in it!
After their defeat of the Swift Current Broncos, the boys and OHL Arena Guide's Kevin Jordan dissect the Bulldogs' 2-1 win and their chances against the undefeated Titan.
Speaking of the Titan, Steve tracked down Bathurst's english speaking play by play man Giles DeGrace to talk about their first title in 19 years and their perfect weekend.
See you tomorrow for Episode 3!
We've finally made it! The 100th Memorial Cup is here, and Steve is on site in Regina as the boys discuss Hamilton's last minute loss to the Pats. Hear the boys discuss the game, the festivities, and bask in how blisfully unaware Steve is about the Royal Wedding.
Also Steve catches up with Swift Current Broncos play by play man Shawn Mullin to discuss the Broncos run, their chances over the next week and Shawn's epic call of the Broncos' title win.
It's the 4th annual OHL Fanboys Memorial Cup Preview Show!
Join Steve, Brian and special guest Neate Sager as they take you through the end of the OHL Final and dissect whether Hamilton has a fighting chance against the other three teams!
Then Steve does some opposition research, inviting back on Cape Breton Screaming Eagles play by play man Patrick McNeil to talk about what the Acadie-Bathurst bring to the table. Then Steve heads back out west to talk to Seattle Thunderbirds color man Andy Eide to talk Swift Current, Regina, and if the WHL can win their first Memorial Cup since 2014*!
* - in 2014, the Guelph Storm lost the Memorial Cup final to the Edmonton Oil Kings, in case anybody forgot
Hey y'all, Brian's back from vacation, so curb your expectations.
The boys delve into the OHL Championship Series, discussing patch placement, licking, and a smidge of on ice talk.
Then Steve gets into it with Hamilton Spectator columnist Scott Radley about the Bulldogs' historic run and how he keeps winning all the 50/50 draws without getting caught cheating.
Say goodbye to the PSX intro, it was nice while it lasted.
This week Brian is on vacation so Darius Domingues is back and he is happy as the Mississauga Steelheads have signed a new 5 year lease at the Hershey....erm Paramount Centre in Mississauga.
Also the OHL Championship Series is here and shocker its a 1 vs 1 with Soo and Hamilton. The guys break down the crazy finish to the conference finals and give their picks on who will be the 2018 OHL Champions.
This week Steve chats with the General Manager of the Kitchener Rangers Mike McKenzie about his transition from a player to a management position as well as Kitchener's run this season.
Meanwhile Brian does his best to avoid the eastern final as the guys break down what has happened thus far in round three.
Hell must have frozen over because for the first time in 25 years the Kingston Frontenacs are going to the conference finals! Who better to talk Fronts hockey than the voice of junior hockey in Kingston for over 30 years Jim Gilchrist!
Meanwhile the guys wrap up the second round the playoffs which was topped off by a crazy game 7 in the Soo and preview the conference finals.