Hooooo boy. Depressing week on Fanboys
-more fallout from Sarnia '03! Will there be a coaching vacancy in Junior C?
-the Petes should just tank the first round of the playoffs to get their new floor done before the 19-20 season
-the boys continue their preachy crusade about bagging teddy bears
-does Ottawa's point streak still count if they lost to a Q team?
-who's dumb enough to buy a seat in the ends during Teddy Bear Toss?
-lol @ Flint's goal differential
Then, to pour salt in Brian's open wound, Steve sits down with Ottawa 67's general manger James Boyd to discuss his career and of course, a 63rd straight week discussing the DiPietro trade.
NEXT WEEK: THE 5TH ANNUAL 8 BIT CHRISTMAS EPISODE
What started as a eulogy for a friend turned into The Michael DiPietro show, as Brian and his dad debate whether the Spitfires got fair market value for the face of the team.
Also Steve appears
This week Steve chats with former Oshawa Generals captain turned scout for the Kingston Frontenacs Brent Gauvreau about his playing career and scouting in todays OHL.
Meanwhile Kevin Jordan joins the boys to discuss a ton of topics this week including hazing, the provincial government endorsing the league and the closing of the GM plant in Oshawa and how that effects Gens fans.
On a very special episode of OHL Fanboys....
-Saginaw, a team in 2nd place in their division, fired their coach, because reasons?
-Niagara emptied the cupboards for a run
-who the hell leaves an NCAA scholarship to go to Barrie?
-Steve chooses a small but devoted podcast audience to publicly come out as bisexual
And with that, we welcome Brock McGillis, a former OHL player who reveals his struggles with his playing days in the league as a gay athlete and what he's doing now to help change the hockey culture into a more accepting environment.
HAPPY AMERICAN THANKSGIVING!!!
This week Steve chats with the Head Coach of the Kitchener Rangers, former NHL & OHL defenceman Jay McKee. They discuss his long playing career, the transition to coaching and how the Rangers have fared through their first 20 games of the 2018-19 season.
Meanwhile Brian had a sweet thrift store find this weekend before gloating about the Spits 8 round shootout win over Guelph. The guys don't care about OHL vs Russia and the Flint Firebirds are finally in the win column!
We had a guest we swear but then they stopped returning our messages so its just Steve and Brian this week.
Fear not Brian is back from his California vacation and the guys discuss the OHL's public plea to Doug Ford, the crazy amount of draft picks Ottawa holds and now we have a pool going on when will Flint win their first game?
Send us your predictions!
The Ottawa 67's lead the OHL so Steve chats with the colour analyst for the 67's on Rogers TV Colin Zappia to discuss Ottawa's hot start.
Meanwhile Brian is on vacation in Los Angeles so Keith Dotson joins Steve to talk Flint's horrible start, just what teams can afford to buy and who has to sell as well as league parity thus far with only a few teams under .500
This week we get a look into the life of a equipment manager and all the things they go through as Steve talks with the equipment manager of the Barrie Colts Clayton Johns
Meanwhile the guys discuss the Sportsnet schedule, Flint's new coach, a rumour about new CHL jerseys in 2019 and much more.
This week the show welcomes a man of many hats Mike Commito who is the official historian of the Sudbury Wolves and is the author of a new book Hockey 365.
Meanwhile Steve is happy that the Storm beat London, Brian doesn't like the Ottawa 67's wearing Redblack jerseys and they go in depth about Flint's 0-9 start.
This week Steve chats with the new Assistant Coach of the Flint Firebirds Garrett Rutledge to discuss the teams 0-6 start and rebuilding the franchise from the ground up after the move from Plymouth.
Meanwhile the boys discuss the new Memorial Cup sponsor and host for 2020, Stan Butler temporarily stepping down due to health issues, oh and Brian doesn't poop at the WFCU Centre.