Tuesday, 30 December 2014

Stripy Fur, Diamante Collars

The Christmas week double-header is right here.

And a disappointing weekend it was for the Faithful.  So much has been said and written about Silverthorn, the money on the ice etc that adding to it here is a bit redundant.

Fact is, Telford won both legs and did so convincingly.  No doubt the end of the season will see them sitting at number 1, exactly where they are now.

Phoenix had an opportunity to practice for the battle for the number 2 spot and for the Cup and playoffs though.

On the away leg (no audio available, sadly), Jacob Corson-Heron took a puck to the chops and we hope he'll be back with us soon.  It sure looked like it would smart in the morning.

Sunday, 21 December 2014

Twas The Match Before Christmas

Listen to the show right here.

So, the last game before everyone goes off and deals with family stuff and tries to survive into 2015.

It was never going to be a smooth one - matches between Phoenix and MK never are - but this game gave us plenty of bumps, bashes and penalties to talk about.  So we did just that.

That's enough nonsense from me anyway.  See you on the other side.

p.s. Best wishes for a speedy recovery for Marc Levers who was injured this evening.

Wednesday, 10 December 2014

Honey For Nothing

Thanks to Alex K for the title!

A double episode for your ears this week. How's about that then? And you can listen right here.

First up is Stuart Kilburn (with Ben Callaghan and FOTS, Scuttsy off of the live shows).  Not a result upon which Phoenix will want to dwell but it did give us a chance to play podcasting in another car park.

Next is the home game as Ben Knight talks us through the smoking of the Bees.  He is joined by the usual podcast team (well, some of them).

After all of the action on the ice, we caught up with FOTS, Declan Ryan and "That Man From the Czech Republic" himself, Michal Psurny.

That's a whole lot of podcast so get stuck in.

Also, don't forget, you can now listen to us on TuneIn, Stitcher and via your Chromecast on your televisionybox.  Why would you not want to do that?!