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Team of the Week (Seahawks) | Episode 70

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On this week's episode of the #EShow we feature the youngest team of the offseason to date (1:25), as Bill Zaniboni and the Seahawks Hockey Club continue to prepare for their 5th season in the EHL and their 1st in the EHLP. Over the first four years, the Seahawks have established a reputation of being a hard team to play against, built off the physicality that they bring on every shift of every game. The program has also set itself apart as being one of the commitment leaders in the league, with 46 total NCAA Commitments in four years, and that impressive number includes 15 from this past season. Following the interview with Zaniboni (22:59), the former NCAA Division I netminder, the #ECrew discusses and selects the all-time lineup for the Seahawks.

Welcome to the e show with Neil Raven. With over onezero NCAA commitments, the ehl is the proven path to college. Turn it up and learn more about the college placement leader at the division two and three levels. Welcome to the east show, presented by the penalty box foundation. The foundation's mission centers around their daily motto we take care of our own, as they help out all of those within the hockey community who've experienced a catastrophic event. Learning more at penalty box foundation dot Org. What's going on? My name is Neil Raven and this is episode number seventy of the East show. On this week's episode we feature the youngest team of the offseason so far, as bills in a bony and the seahawks hockey club continue to prepare for their fifth season in the EHL and their first and the EH LP. Over the first four years, the seahawks have established reputation of being a hard team to play against, built off the physicality that they bring on every shift of every game. The program has also set us lf apart as being one of the commitment leaders in the league, with forty six total MCA commitments in four years and an impressive number. Also include fifteen from this past season. Following the interview with Zanna Bony, the former division one Netminder, the e crew discusses and selects the all time one up for the seahawks. I'm joined now by bills end up, only the head coach and general manager of the seahawks Hockey Club. Has it going to bill good Neil, who are you? I'm doing well. Thank you and thank you for coming back on the PODCAST, and this is probably the third time or so we've had you on as you now head into season number five, which kind of seems a little bit hard to believe. But how do you feel about where things are out with the seahawks heading in the season number five? I feel good. I mean, I think you know, we've done a good job building this thing from the ground up and, you know, continuing to add on to pieces from the program and you know the main goal is getting guys to school right. I mean that's what our league is built on and that's what we pride ourselves on. So we're happy to be, you know, a piece in the ehl puzzle to contribute. So I think you know we're happy with that. And now, looking back on the two thousand and two thousand and twenty one campaign. Plenty of negatives with how hard this season was, but when do you go back and you find the positives, what do you circle from this past year? You know, for the most part, I mean we were healthy all year, you know, which was which was such a huge thing. You know, jumping through all the obstacles and being able to you know, kind of I think we had we had great ownership, obviously, to kind of maneuver through some things and our weird, you know, great kids that were able to adapt on the fly. Just some sure, like you know, most teams did and asked to their guys, but you know, I mean being able to play, having the support of the League. I mean, you know, there's a lot of positives there that obviously, you know, the hardest thing that we thought was going to happen, I was getting guys, you know, to school. So and to overcome that hurdle was, you know, something pretty positive, I think. And then, looking back on how the whole season unfolded, your first five games of the year actually all took place in New Hampshire against three doing after teams, and then obviously you played the eclipse twice in New Hampshire. That a lot to do with not being able to play in Massachusetts from the beginning. How did you kind of manage that with your team not knowing exactly how this schedule was really gonna UNFOLD? Yeah, and that's you know, we started the year like that. I mean we you know, right away, as soon as we kind of the guys moved in, we took them to Wanderville valley up in New Hampshire just so we can get on the ice and has some exhibition games and stuff like that. So something that was addressed right away. You know, hey, we don't know. You know, every days could be different and we have to disunderstand that. We're all in this for the benefit of the kid and you know, we'll make the best decision based on you and your future and you know, hopefully, you know, you trust that process. So it was it was tough at times, absolutely, but I think, you know, coming out of the gate the way we did, with you having no issues bringing them to Waterville of a no issues going to New Hampshire, you know, every other day or staying up there and making sure that they were playing games. You know, I think starts forming that trust right away. And one point that you mentioned earlier was that you guys were fortune, that's, to stay healthy for the majority of the year. I remember when you called me at the beginning of February, I think you basically said that it finally hit you guys didn't have any outbreaks for a really long time. What do you credit that too? I think, you know, a big part of it is obviously on the kids trying to do what we ask them to...

...do. I think the other part is, you know, living, you know, living on a small area. I mean you know we are isolated on the Cape and the wintertime there's not a ton of people here. You know, it's I think that all has stuff to play in it. I think our billet families, how they try to manage things, you know, I think there's a lot of positives. I went into it, you know, just wrong day, I guess. Well, let's touch on let's starch on the billet families for a second, because you guys do bring in so many players that aren't from the Cape and and one concern at the beginning of this past season were how many billet families across the League would be interested in welcoming a player in their homes. Is that something that you guys had to kind of hurdle through, or did all your billet families that usually want to host the play there? Were they all back this year? No, we actually, you know, we definitely lost a couple because that was a concern, but you know, we gained, I mean we gained there a good crop of new families and you know, are we have an unbelievable bill, a coordinator who really manage things really well for us. Instead of foundation of you know, the structure of the program, how accountable our guys are held, you know, to kind of live them by the law and doing the right thing. And you know, we didn't want to put any families in jeopardy with, you know, their young kids and missing work, and there's a lot that went into it. I mean to be honest, I hockey is almost last resort. It was, you know, let's let that hopefully take care of itself and let's try to manage everything else around us. Was Priority number one. And then you fast forward, the season unfolds. We we distouched on you really guys stayed healthy up until the very end, but then all of a sudden you got to play five games and five days, and I have to say, as the person that has to handle the scheduling for the League, I guess I was a little bit grateful that it was to you and not another team, because you just embraced it in full stride and took it on. Why did you feel the need to well, you knew it was going to be challenging, but just it is what it is. We're doing this. Why did you feel that need? Yeah, I mean in because it's not about me. I mean, you know, it's you know, we have, we have enough guys that you know you can, you can roll guys in and out and try to maintain health. It was, you know, it was about the other teams that needed games, you know, getting getting everyone seen by schools and then making sure that, you know, kids had a felt like they had a complete season. I mean, it's out of our control what happens. So, you know, whatever we can do to make it kind of work is that's our job as the adults that that helped manage things. And Yeah, I mean I was all in whatever we had to do and it was you know what I mean. It took practice away, so I'm sure the kids are okay with it, just playing games, you know. I mean that's always what you want to do as a young kid. Anyway, is this play. So, you know, I think it was definitely was physically exhausting, for sure, but you know, we had who's fun for me, you know, we're on the bus the other where we're dis enjoying it. And then, of course you advanced the face the chiefs in the in the first round of the playoffs. You went out to springfield. Obviously, I think goes without saying, you wish you would have won that series, but this is the series ends and that kind of gauntlet stretches over. Did you take a breath for a second with a little bit of a dire relief or not? Really? No, I mean, you know, obviously I thought going into that series we you know, we pretty much had like one full day of rest. Yeah, and going into the series I thought if we could win game one, then we had, you know, emotion, I think, and carry us through the series. You know. So when we lost game one and over time, I you know, you kind of sit back and go okay, like I don't know if we have anything left, and you know, Kudos. So then they did a great job and but no, I mean, you know, it's no matter what you're up against, you think your competitor like you, just want you want to win every day. So there's no sen a relief. It's you know, it's it's, you know, frustrating, it's you know, you're angry and and then you stleft to hone in on, you know, what's the mean job that we do this for, and it's sorry, let's make sure we get these guys going to school and let's prasition back into that, because it's going to come off in a weird way what I'm going to stay next. But you brought it up to me during the season and you text me at one point and said we may finish with more commitments and then wins. And I know that sounds a little bizarre, but what do you what do you point that credit to? It...

...is it the overall competitiveness of the League? Oh, for sure, I think you know, the depth in the League is, you know, it's the best that I've seen, and I've coached a couple of different leagues. You know the coaching. You know, every coach that I talked to has no issues pushing a guy on another team to go to a school, you know, and a lot of colleges will call different coaches around our league and ask for their opinions on that player because, you know, especially this year, we saw each other a lot and, you know, I think it's a credibility of what the League has done, you know, to put kids at the forefront and make sure that, you know, the success of our program is also the you know, the success of the League. It's not just individuals, it's making sure our league is strong, making sure guys are going to school, making sure guys are playing heavy, hard and fast every day. And you weren't the only one. The warriors finished the more commitsment, commitments than wins. Also, yeah know, and as much as I mean again, like I don't want to lose track of it, I think you know that's that's the end all be all that, you know, it still doesn't sit great in the stommit, that's for sure. So it's definitely, you know, a kind of bullet point coming into recruiting season. Gosh, so with built with you in the warriors, both kind of finishing with that accolade, if you will. Well, you say that the satral division was the toughest division this patch year. You know, I don't know. You know, I mean it every game was tough, absolutely, but, you know, I don't know. We didn't see enough teams, you know. So it's really hard to form that opinion. And I know it was good, you know, I knew every game was good. It was fun, it was fun to coach and I knew, you know, you pretty much a chance to win every night and I think we finished like seven overtime losses. You know, it's like something ridiculous like that, but it was. I mean that's what you want, you know, and that's what colleges want. They want to see those games. Yeah, and back to the college is forty six Tim's and four years to a variety of different schools. Do you take pride in the fact that you're sending kids to all the different schools as opposed to having, you know, three or four just main pipelines? Yeah, I mean, you know, it's not our future, you know. So it's our job to give kids options and kind of let them and their family sit back and look at things and it's there. It's their life, you know. So you know, we try to open up as many doors as possible. So the end of the day it's really, you know, up to the kid, up to their degree, up to their families financials, and there's a lot that plays into it, for sure. And one of the most unique aspects of your team this past year with a perdue brothers, be able to have one on your team and you brought back a former player who was coaching. Can you gotta take us through how it ended up with Billy Purdue back on the bench with you? Yeah, absolutely so. You know, my former assistant, the your before, guy named Lj fellows, was accepted a position as a as a police officer here and as a rookie police officer doesn't have a lot of time to dictate his own schedule home per se. So you know, we needed someone more consistent on a daily basis. With everything that happened with Covid and college hockey kind of being, you know, pushed to the back of things. A lot of athletes lost their season and you know billy as a student athlete at Post University where they went fully remote, so he was sitting at home taking classes and he got a job and you know, I think push came to show where he just mentally did not want to sit at home anymore as a twenty four year old. So, you know, he asked if he come up and help out and I thought it was a great thing. I mean he's been through it with me as a player. You know, thought that he can maybe help guys adjust a little bit and be that ear that they might need. So I hope, you know, I'm hoping that it was a great experience for him. And what was it like with his brother on the bench? was was there ever, some insight given front from billy that Anthony, or was there kind of more whatever? Was Anthony's turn. It was your turn to speak. Yeah, and I mean he, you know, billy handles handled the D it's it's just like you know when that when the parent coaches the kid righte like of the kids up forward, than the dad coaches the d okay, so it kind of keeps that that frustration away from it. Yes, but no, you know what, they give them both credit. I mean they sat down at a conversation before everything was finalized for billy...

...to come here and you know it was it was hey, like, I need to do my thing and you need to do your thing, so let's keep it that way. And now, you know, now we get the third one coming in. So, oh, there's a third one coming into yeah, yeah, it's a great pipeline that you have gone with with the perdue family. Yeah, looking for and now to season number five. You guys are adding an EHL P team. I know it's been a thought process in the in the in the past and you've waited a few years for it to come to kind of fruition. Why Now? Well, I think you know, it's a business standpoint to where there was a door opened up for us and I felt that if we didn't jump on an opportunity to add to our program and grow like we're trying to do, then we're in a kind of for the wrong reason. You know, we won't want to build an opportunity down here for kids to play and develop. And do you know, again like this, this came kind of a door open for us and I think we needed to jump and and kind of trust ourselves to build it the right way and and that's what we're doing. And in terms of recruiting for that team, you never had to do it before. Do you feel like you have a different mindset when you're trying to fill at that level compared to the ehl Oh no, I mean I think it's you know, it's within the same program I mean, I know our emission stays the same and you know the development process that we want for any guy. Mean I think it's actually going to be beneficial to guys that you know, that are guys that bump in and out of lineups and stuff, to have a more consistent Game Day feel and pop touches and to regain confidence, you know, in their in their game, and we're excited about that and looking forward. You get the now schedule for two teams as opposed to just one. You typically are the first guy out of the run every scheduling meeting because you have just the one you got to do. Are you going to try and schedule the teams together, because you're really typically a bus trip every time you guys go out? Yeah, I mean that's that's definitely the goal is, you know, do that together. I really I don't know. You know, I've talked to, you know, other coaches in the league on how they do things with their ehl and ehl premier team. Just trying to educate myself on stuff, and you know, I really want to make this like one big group. Okay, so I want, you know, I want to do as much together as Possi I mean, like we know, will take both teams up to a water Bo valley, you know, for for camp, and we're going to try to do everything together. I mean it's the same two guys on the bench for for bowl teams and you know, myself and Mike, and I think it's huge because, you know, we have kind of our thumb on the development of every kid. The relationship there, the trust factor and and you know. Well, I guess it's going to be a learning process. We're excited about it. Well, I'll let you say it first. You just said Mike's first name. I didn't know if he wanted to do the breaking news here on the podcast. Can you tell everyone who they had? The head coach will be of your premier team? Yeah, it's going to be micro Shard. You know, Mike Played in the CCHL up in Canada, went to the Rollbank Cup, played four years at Elmira. Was An all American, you know, played down on a six years professionally. Him and I actually were teammates. When we want to championship down to Mississippi. He married a girl from Cape Cod and lives about five miles away from me. So it's you know, hockey's a small world and that's the stuff that we talked kids about. You know, at the end of the day, like it's about your relationships in your networking and the life lessons you make rather than, you know, just trying to figure out how to win games. All right. Well, we're looking forward to work with Mike also, and before I bring the e crew in here next, because well, we do with these team of the week features, we have an all time lineup we've built for so far in Rangers, little flyers, wizards and rough riders. So technically, compared to those teams, you have the shortest timeline to go off of, with only four seasons. I appreciate you doing the whole thing on your own. We're going to kind of pick it up, but can you give us a few foundational pieces from the four year history that you think no matter what, these guys have to be a part of it? Yeah, I mean I think obviously a guy like John Bannovitz, who came in your one with us, who ended up becoming, you know, one all star in the HL and a contributor for one of the best college teams now in the country. Brandon Clett again came in your one went...

...on to when, you know, goalie of the year as a rookie or something, rookie of the year and in that conference, I would some. I don't know how many you need, but well, we're up. We're gonna do at least twelve forward, sixty and two goalies, and then that what the last spot is kind of a utility. We go we want to go and you set off. Are here that you had three goalies, so I'll try and keep that in mind. You have one maybe forward that over the years you feel like has to be a lock as well. I mean there's probably three that I think probably all going to get on. Yeah, I mean, if you think a lot like if you have to make one forward, I mean it would probably have to be John Murphy, you know. I mean he's here for three years. He uses unbelievable on and off the ice for us in the community and doing the right things and just being a good person. I think that's a great transition. For one final story time here before I bring those guys on, because I was at the game when Murphy, I believe, broke his collar box. Yeah, and like his season was was clearly done or yeah, but he never thought about going home. No, he stayed and I mean we wrote them on the bench with us, you know, and I got a text after that game. You know, we're in Bedford and I got a text after the game and it said I hate to tell you this, and we had thirty one wins that year. Yea. And the text I got from a college coaches I hate to tell you this, but your season is now and it's over. I was literally a text Ary College show. And it was just because of what he brought to the group. Yeah, you know, I mean, you know, granted, I think he had, you know, forty, fifty points in that area, but it was just what he did, you know, the sat like you sacrifice his body, blocking shots, hitting, I mean he would run around all over the ice and, you know, just a goofiness to keep everything like, you know, like this who he is. And Yeah, so it was so important, you know, like when he came up and so like Hey, I'm here for the team, like it was just of course you are, like that's who you are, as a person you know. So you know I was really excited to see him play college this year and then obviously see with Covin. So we'll wait to wait to see that next year. It was one of my favorite players on that all star team that put together that knocked off Salem state a few years ago. So I appreciate you coming back on the PODCAST. I appreciate the breaking news also, so we now can announce like as the head coach of your EHLP team and hey, enjoy the rest of the offseason. Yeah, thanks, I look forward to seeing you soon. Yeah, for sure, but no. Thanks again to bill a Zanni Boni for coming on the podcast this week as the sea lacks prepare for their fifth season in the EHL. Crazy to think it's already year number five for that club. But with that, let's bring in the e crew and guys, I think that for this week's all time line up we can jump right into story time. Oh, I like that. You said it takes us about ten fifteen minutes to get the story time, but started off here for this. So bill gave us some foundational pieces there at the end of his interview. A Goalie and Brandon Colette, a Defenseman and John Ban Ofvitz and a forward and John Murphy, right, so John Band of its story that you were both there. So I think I remember that to remember this, because it was like one year we had the banquet, right, seventeen or now two thousand and eighteen. There was twousand and seventeen and eighteen season. So it was in March of two thousand and eighteen. And the banquet ends and it's a banquet. So the bank after the banquet, the people who had a few beverages, right, had a few beverages and we walk into the Bronx, walk into the bar at the hotel. Jeff, you were there, I believe, and there is a grown man sitting at the bar like looks over bill with with bills, an a bony. He would just one coach of the year. It through. You remember this, and like he was coming back. I think he was having like Bourbon or something like you. It was one of it was something so strong that would there was legit no ice in the cup and it was only like the tiniest amount ever, and it's John Banovits and I'm like when old man drink. Nonetheless, I'm like Bourbon or a Scotch shure. I'm like, Oh, I guess. Well, he's an alumni at this point in he's twenty one years old, so he can do this. But like, like he was a scary dude, like here's even beer. To one point. I don't think he ever had a beer. But like when he when he hit people in this league, like it was like it was hard, like it was like absurdly how how hard he would...

...hit people, like he would run through them, and like there was a few times where hitting he got called for penalties more based off like being that much bigger than everyone else, you know what I mean. Like it was it's like the Trara affect right, like you, he's got called for it because he's just that's where his elbow landed. Like he hit kids so hard and the intention was such to go through them and obviously get the pluck back. Only player I can probably compare it to is Nick Rittbo. I remember rip Mo with like you could go flying across the ice with the intention of going like through the glass himself. Yep, but like ban of it. Its is like the he is like the pit of of what the seahawks are right. Play physical and like make it so that when the pocos in the corner you don't want to go get it like he was so fun, obviously at Norwich. Now I believe he was a d partner with Nick's Crowlis for a few games last year too. So like thinking, think about them, think about the form of the polar opposites of defense. They're right. One guy that's like like defense to defensive defencemen like get, don't come anywhere near me because because I'll kill you, basically, and then like the offense of defencemen just like jumped up with the play all the time. But Hey, that's makes a good pair and hey, they both have a spot right. And then obviously at the end of my interview there with coach Dan a bony, touched on the John Murphy Story, one of my favorite kids that we've had in this league. We have on numerous occasions throughout these team of the week features, Gone back to that two thousand and seventeen eighteen, the all star team, John Murphy. He wasn't assistant captain on that team, just a downtoearth fun kid. I still remember to this day when he did break his collarbone because it was at the edge sports center and like it was like Craig Greg Campbell, who was the one that broke his leg for the Bruins. That was Campbell. He'll walk the shot and stayed out there for an entire shift after it. John John Tried to and like I still remember the yell. And then all me too. I think I was there. Think you were there. I think that was the game when you pick Tristan Hadley and every time I get up a goal. You looked at me and I was like, I don't know what to tell you. I think that is correct. But like Murphy, obviously like not. I think he's from. I want to stay like Allen, noi or something like that. So it's is Arlington places hometown? Arlington. Yeah. So, and like the thing that I was saying to bill is like this kid, this kid was like show down to earth and like it happened at a point in the season where, like nobody would have ever faulted him if he had said, like, listen, I broke my collarbone, I'm clearly done for the year, and like he would have gone home, but he stayed right and like the next week they're back at the edge, like happy as a clam. Like like, Dude, you just your season just ended. Yeah, but I committed. Okay, it's like that. One of the best kids ever, like that's good. He knows this rule to he knew that, like Hey, I'm out injury wise, but I can still offer value to this team. Yeah, and real crazy the story that bill told me in the interview that as soon as he got injured, the college coach that said your season is over, because just that's what he meant to that team. Naughty. One points in a hundred and twenty seven career games, I would sit. They called him Mr Seahawk when he committed. I remember the poster Seahawk. Yeah, because I mean at the time he was like the far and away all time game leader. I know that Jack McDonald kind of has that number now. So maybe they're MR SEAHAWK A and Mr Seahawk B, cokains of the Mr Sea Hawk Organization. Seahawk Jr, I think. I think Jack, Seehawk light. Yeah, Jack has to be on this team. Jack is one of the another awesome kid, three year kid, put on the board and a story that I didn't get to with bill is like, I think Jack for a little while, like one of these summers, like lived in his car for a little bit and stayed here on the East Coast to like do landscaping and whatnot. He paid for his own way most of the way through junior's, which is like like unheard of, like stick up all to you, like unreal kid, unreal kid, and bills got so many commits. I forget where he's going next year. I think he's going to Saint Michael's. You're right, that's it. Purple Nights. No, I don't know if I am right, though. So well, you're enjoying what. You're right, that is it. It's it's saint like McDonald had a farm. Yeah, old McDonald and a farm. That's right. You had Jack Squad. Yeah, but I three start of the week. A three year had one of the fifteen commitments for the seahawks heading to college this fall. That gives us two forwards. Speaking of physical presences at Norwich, Pat O'Neal has to be. My God, that kids a tank and like a wagon. You want to you. We did the comparison right at the D partners of Banovits and Crawlis Pad O'Neal and Brent Rickett like they're like best friends.

Now it's actually so funny. Of course, the FAC ranger. HMM. They play the same way where they're gonna go out there and they have a chance to score on every shift and they have a chance to run you over on every shift. Also. Yeah, O'Neil's not the biggest guy either, six feet hundred and seventy four pounds, but one of those guys that kind of if you want to compare to a Bruin, the Chris Wagner type, it's not that big, but he'll hit you through every type of board that he does and, and I keep saying at this happens. That's the way the seahawks play. I've played right over the few yeah, like the yeah, they play are not like they're different to the way that they play compared to other people. As about in the I feel like, and we always say this on the podcast, I feel like they body their coach right. Bill was a goaltender. He was very tough, he was a very talented guy to and that's the thing. The hawks are talented, just in a different type of way. We actually, me and you we talked about this. I think I told you there was last week. We were starting to talk about bringing them on that we can. You mass low type. You, Mass Lowe, has been like that for the four years. Basins always had the tough, gritty I'll beat you two to one, one nothing not. You know, I'm not going to go out there dazzle you and have all these crazy one time trick shots and walks through the legs. I'm just going to beat you up, tire you down and win the game that way and that. And that's such a great comparison right, because a guy that spent a lot of time at you messle was Cam Ellsworth, who is one of Bill's best friends and is now the head coach at Norwich. So it just and two kids that we already have mentioned here. So far in the first one five that we've done. Two of the five have gone on to Norwich from the seahawks and those are the type of guys that that bill has every year and it and to continue on. We're kind of focusing, I guess you could say, right towards the top of the scoring chart. Trevor Vena Claus was all a great kid that it's so funny. I think if he I don't know if he has played as much physical as the other guys did? I will absolutely not, but then maybe he was probably one of the best skill guys that the seahawks have had. What a guy. Another courtland commit, what's up, core, and he's the fourth or fifth all time winning scored for the seahawks. And the one poet year. Yeah, one, yeah, and he was a wild point for game player Boy Tennessee Probably Love Simpson, peyton manning. Can't say that up in this region of the country. All right. So that gives us Trevor Reni clause. Well, I gives us for forwards and again, for all those people at home that don't know the he the seahawks have only been around for for years. So we don't have this is our first team of the new team. Yeah, new team. We've done all the old quote unquote. We've done it. We've done three original six teams and the Rangers, little flyers and rough riders, so that they each have eight years to go off of a double, and the wizards had seven years to go off of Oh, true. Here. So this is the youngest feature so far, I guess you could say. Yeah, yeah, the baby hawks, Bitby Hawk Zanna Hawks, the Zan of betes is in a beauties. I miss saying that. Another one year all star forward. We've touched on his college team on New Round Myra. Oh you. Oh, touched on his college room risk occasions in the team of the week features. This is Matthew Stewart and what's unique about him is he actually played for bill the year before the bill came to the EHL. Right, so bill brought a lot of those Dell's ducks guys with him from Dell's duckster in Wisconsin. Yes, and as I should have asked bill, compare Wisconsin to Cape God, I'm sure it's a lot different. Cheese, is the seafood? Yeah, yes, but Matt Stewart was a part of the that all star team as well. The two thousand and seventeen eighteen team different. That's different from the Murphy One. Murphy was on the two thousand and eighteen nineteen. I shoulive said. Stewart was in the two thousand and seventeen eighteen all star team the very first year that we did it. So to continue on with forwards, obviously the total number of points don't jump out the same way with the other teams do, as the Seahawks do definitely play that more grinded out style. I don't know if I can go back and find the shootout goal from this kid from whatever year it was, but he had a shootout goal Brendan Cross against the seahawks. A. Sorry,...

I guess the wizards sent themselves. I guess the son team against just a had Lee against the wizards. He did the like the Peter Forsberg move. Oh, I'm surprised, but he doesn't remember this and, like one of them, actually have no recollection of this. One of the players was recording at the game with Brow Oh, I think it was at the edge, so I think I actually saw. He wouldn't know. I think I was calling it, but don't remember. To Toby Keats Tony Kent. Oh my Gosh, wait, I forget that they say. I think the first time I ever heard somebody say Toby Keith it was John Murphy, like John Mr Seahawk was always like Toby Keats, Aka Tony Kenterina, which is where my best friend, her like boyfriend, grew up playing there. So now, like every time I had a Venmo Tom or something like, we go up to dinner, I just call it toby keys and we start laughing and Rachel's always like, what do you name it? Toby keats these you can but toby Keith. For those that don't know, wasn't it. We have to educate. It was an awesome bar in Patriot Fox Boroh, yeah, the Little Guitar Barb like that was such a gold money. How does the place like that go out of business? Now it's like a bowling I don't even know what it is actually saw. I think the number two that are ore. Just one in there. Actually, I forget what it is now, but not yeah, you're right, drivers place. I love that place. patroots place, like during Battle Boston season, is electric. Yeah, it's a little bit packed, little bit. We won't, we won't get into the story. Well, say up for the Walpole feature of the showcase, when the Patriots Fan, Oh my God, yes, yes, yes, two miles down the road and took a nap at our shown say the same. I was too big of the test deal, right, Jesus, Weing Crow. Toby can't Tony. Tony Kent told week he's so he's full Colton Smith. Well, my God, he goes to school down the street. Should I go say hi? I'm see two minutes away from Brittany's us. Another Dell's duck player that came to the Seahawks, spent two years with Sanna Boni with the seahawks and then moved on to Framingham state. This says Forward d another one of those kids that, oh utility was this willing to do anything for fors. Well, women there. We're gonna put him here for now because turn it out of as much like pick prop not saying that there's not that was that came out the wrong way. Okay, anyway. Well, no, I because years. Wise, we have four years. Is supposed to, like we said, seventy eight years with this. Yes, and and to bill's credit, we got we were about to hit record on the podcast and he told me that he had filled out the all time line up for me, doing our work for us. Thanks, coach. And he had and he had three goalies. So well, what? Yes, it'll make sense when you get to it. I think we can guess the other too. I like, don't know that I killed, but let's do we want do? What? DO WE WANT TO SKIP ahead? No, okay, yeah, we get a finish. We had to finish what you started. Yeah, inspiration pretty with the inspiration on the team. I like the people that I have on d personally, which is just because one of them's like one of my favorite people. Are He was one of my favorite people. You don't want to add anything else? For the forwards, we still haven't find like. I mean, I would like to add play black for Gol, like to add bitch, but like can you Adam? Like, I don't know. That's like big old weight on that. I want to put one current player in there, and just a Basque is, like as in coming back. They've already announced that Austin pick is going bass. Yeah, we have to put him up. He was and also pay for those. He was, all, an Allstar for them last year, so I think we have to put him on this list. Yeah, but he's arguably one of the most skill guys that they had. Yeah, I am with these statement. He had twenty. He had twenty nine points and thirty seven regular season games last year. Yeah, there's a high chance that he is one of my first fantasy picks next year. So who say sleeper, if you will, a sleeper? Well, we have to add a later episode to figure out the rules for next season. Oh Yeah, we're gonna have to have nice one to two hours zoom. Chat about rules for next year. Well, I mean the biggest. The biggest rule is how many rangers can one person pick? But anyways, let's say. I don't know if we're gonna have to go with that'll be a fun rule to make because we're gonna have to say how many of one team, or is it how many of Boston junior rangers can you live yourself? which is one that there's is a big difference. What about Decklan dettingy? I would put him on this list. I can't see where I'm looking right now. He was another solid forward, depth guy for the seahawks. I think he was actually...

...in one thousand eight hundred and nineteen two. Yes, I think he was actually going to possibly come back for another season. Okay, yeah, because he's a two thousand. So he could have from labry. He could have played this past year, but had committed and just stayed at school, at Ja Wu, as we like to say. That was from my house, right. We're switching now, all these people that the street from our houses. No, okay, Hey, kids, correctly, we're down now to the last three forwards for the seahawks. Way, like, I don't know what's going on is getting weird. We're about a Kapolkin. He was like one of the only European kids. I remember that bill takes a lot of American born players. Yeah, he he was pretty solid. I think he ended up at Wentworth. I feel like that's an interesting thing, though. Write because, like we said last week with Steve Brown, he coached over in Sweden. So the rough riders get a lot of Swedish guys. Bill's been US bound mostly for his coaching. Right. I don't think he's gone overseason right. Think I'm shocked, but I'm shocked that you made it through the whole thing and pretty hasn't said the one thing I expected her to say here, because Neil he yeah, he's Jewish and your Jewish, so it makes from Israel. Okay, in its straight out Israel. Yeah, but he's not going on the list. No, flag is so tiny. When you said when you fish flag, you said Kapulkin. The name that kind of sparked in my head was Vasquez. Yeah, obviously into yeah, he had multiple years in the AHL, to with the seahawks and actually one with the wizard. So overall, throughout his ehl career played in almost a hundred and fifty games. Oh Wow, and and and sixty four, sixty five total points throughout that time. Film with Sidney Ben Yes, so I'll put Hagy here as one of the next forwards. Basquez ask is good one, and that puts us down to too. You could put Shane. Yeah, I'll go with Shane Murphy, another player that is not elated to John. No, not related. I think he has red hair. How do we have some bondas not have right hair. How do we have so many of those in this league? We have her feet everywhere. Not Related. More's everywhere, not related. I guess you could say it's kind of a common last name. Murphy very, yeah, wicked in this area. Wig, yeah, Guy. So Shane is part of the crew of Seahawks, two or three, that are going on to Rivier next season. He's fetember awesome. He is another one of those seahawks that kind of like embrace the seahawks mentality. Like he put up thirty one points in or, sorry, forty one points in two years. It's kind of a grind it out style, but like what he scored. They were they were they were nice schools. So I think we'll put him on there, without a doubt. That gives us one forward left and I think I know where I want to go here. Okay, and Oh my God, I have this page open on my own another remember you, Adam Gee on and one of the reasons being this goal that you see in the playoffs for the two thousand and nineteen twenty season. That was at the edge, wasn't it was that a wizard the playoff overtime winner, and that is the only playoff when the seahawks have had so far and four years. G on on the list. So he absolutely. We're sorry you took us so long to get to there. Mr Adam Gisley, know absolutely going that look. But what's been great about the Seahawks as they've made a progression with every year right like the first year was really a grind it out, like like, let's see where we got. Didn't make the playoffs. Next year I think they made the playoffs but didn't win any games. Year after they made the playoffs. One A game. This year made the playoffs, got swept, but I think that was more as bill and I touched on, they had to play that crazy five and five stretched the week before where they literally played Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, half off, had off a couple of days and then all of a sudden we're back in a playoff series. And what was so great about having a bill on is bill pointed out that in that playoff series they lost game one in overtime. Right. It wasn't like they lost game one for nothing or five nothing and immediately felt like all right, we're totally out of this. But when you lose game one and over time the best of three like that, you feel like you should be in the series. But it's like it hurts even more almost than losing four or five nothing, because you know you were just, I bounce away from from winning that game and then...

...all of a sudden now you're up one nothing. Right. So, honestly, with with the seahawks, I'll say right now I know we all picked the seahawks to beat the chiefs, but that's a whole different conversation for Lovelos. If it's if you tell me how the seahawks come back and win a playoff series next year, I can back that. I can definitely act that and they can get said their progression series went for sure and that's and for them to like that's new, small, like we've talked about with expansion franchises, for them to have made the playoffs every year since they've been around, that's that's huge. That's massive. Yep, there's been a lot of expansion teams that have been in the bottom for years. It's taken them forever to get to their first playoff. And you know bill and Bill, Bill Collect Bills Annabonia of run a really good organization. Like you said, they just keep getting better every year. So Yeah, they may play offs were too funny as people. Yeah, Bill Colette an awesome guy. I've I got to talk to bill last year during our it was one of the seahawks played the Rangers at the Bick and we had a little bit of technical difficulties with the new camera for the Rangers and I got to live tweet the whole day next to Bill Coletton. I got to hang with him for a couple hours and he's a very entertaining, very funny, very knowledgeable knows a lot of people we had. It's he's an awesome, awesome guy. Go obviously, whenever I'm in the car my phone goes off like constantly right, Jeff, like there's always so many phone calls from these guys over it. What what a Britney's favorite bill collette lines is when he refers to like all of us girls on the phone, like, you know, my God, it's so really, it's like, you know, between between you and I, all the girls, it's like, well, all the guys, it's he says. It's so like like, like I casually like and like every time I laughed, like every time I laugh. Like you refer to do a board meeting. I was as all the girls getting together. I was like no, like I'm pretty sure every governor is a male, but I understand what he's saying because it's just still colette. It's just bill collette, right, like the reason neils big bill, cleft Fan, Big Golfer. Right, yes, a dude he came up to we went golfing last year off and we played Red Tail, which is out in Devon's man ass right, and he wanted to walk or something like that, and I was like bill, like this course is like over eight miles long. We're not walking, BOOT walking this course, like this is a bear and a half. But I'll tell you're gonna take a nap. I don't want to walk and I love to walk right but like, you know, who would be a great but we'll get back on tracking a second. You know, be a great walker on a golf course, Jeff M. Brittany, because she walks. I'm as see her feet. Her feet move like the freaking energizer bunny. It's like, guys, I'm still opening the door to get out of my car and she's already at the front door of the rink, like, are you disserts? Hate People Watch our dinners in Westchester. It was like me, the old kind of everybody, Chris, we're awesome, Brittany and roll like look, Britty, she's already put her name in at the restaurant. Okay, I guess that you're already she already ordered drinks. We're good to go. Thanks, Britta. So to the D speed of way to the D we've already named John bannovits right, I'm the next one. Yes, Oh my God, I love this. Did okay, paid Hanley and the nicest human being to grace this earth, and he kind of had a little bit of a different skating technique. Right. What did Bill Zanibony, column, Brittany? I don't know, but he's from Montana, solain some things. He bill called him the hunchback because he kind of had that little Oh my God, wait, I'm Dick visioning a photo like on the Google drive of he'll be on Lucher, will be on Lucher chest. He wasn't. He's not a bad skater, but he had like his shoulders did hunts a little bit with the way when he had the punk and like bill would be like Hutch back, hotch back, like Quasimodo. It's like, dude, it's I can hear everything you're saying over the micro right now. He scored an awesome overtime winner. It was we were in PA in a showcase. So there, that's what I'll find the video at some point. Two for that one. That wasn't walk it up. I thought, my God, what it coup? We're gonna WE'RE gonna keep going with story time. I feel we've had that every week, though. We had that human player. Is Your CJ Klein story from all star. We when he lost his phone. Oh what legit? Yes, taken up to he legit lost his phone and I remember like walking we didn't morning skates at the edge sports center and then we went like from the edge back to the hotel and then put the bus to Salem or took the bus to Fifth Brook State. So like we go in the locker room back of the edge after the whole days over to put our gear back there and like the phone is right there. It's just flips...

...up the upside down with a black case. Like I get some it's a black floor and I remember him. They like twenty missed text tough day, and I was like okay, awesome kids. Is that what you're going to say, Brittany, or know? No, just remember whenever I would say his name, it was like a swoor Bella ask type of thing. Oh Gosh, she would always there are names, Jeff that Brittany just loves to Annuncie and like raise the raise the level right. So like the what not? Those? Yeah, no, like she see they climb and I'm like, Oh my God, like then what time when we were at all start thing, like I'll think she took a clone and then every single time freaking Pat O'Neal her and be like one time and they never let it go. And All Star Week was in October. So they never let it go until Freakin march when everybody left and I was like, I don't like you people get away from it, as I can appreciate that as a PA announcer, absolute the names you look for and I really like I never realized that about you. You so you have a little Oh man, we're gonna have to so we want to get you on color next year. I might have to get you to well, it's eighteen. It's like the it's like the sea silk clad. I noticed it with you, Jeff, and it's like the it's like the syllables. Right. When you have a name based off the syllables, you annunciate it differently, like you could buy it, like the Reducey, as we always like. That was of all the years. Reducy is your favorite to announce. Ever, at the finals, I think, I think me, I got a little bit of the chills and ice line because we had the crowd again and and it's the deep. So like, yeah, certain word, like David, because you can kind of ride the eye and then the you. Yeah, that was a I told that Tony Laugh he waked me. was like that was great, man. That fire meal likes. That's why we do is why we love what we do. So let me go back to bills text, because bill was a little bit disappointed that I didn't let the lot up be his lineup. I told I think he was surprised that I said that we were going to come on and do it. I can think picture him being like like a can just take my lineup and just copy paste. You're good, you're done. So we have ban of its, we have client and we have Hanley, which are three guys that he had so far. Well, that's good, okay. And Yeah, we looked another guy that he had, which should be a great name to hear Jeff Pronounce Pa he thought that while this guy wasn't a big point guy, defensively just sound. Went on to you mask Dartmouth. This would be a great last name for Jeff to say. Andre Barda Chev sevs chevitch. Would you know? There's no, there's no, there's no. I or it certain things and things is where Belarus? Yeah, I actually think you got that right. He's not really Greece. WHO's not from Greece? Listen, guys, I like these athletes. You know, we're all right, Rath Leids we try to not make the same mistake twice. And I got it. He's not from Greece, City York or Apten's Greece. He's from me spillarrus. Would you say? How would you pronounce that? PA Bardas Chevitz, basically the kind of sound. Yeah, probably ride the a little bit. Yeah, because the Chevitch is hard. You can't really like Seveich, like yeah, you can't ride the A. I would say. I'm trying to make sure I spelled this. Ida Parties. Yeahs Dre, Oh, yeah, you could ride the eye a little bit too. Andre. He was just solid, like like really solid in his two years we touched on on the episode on the rough riders defenceman that didn't put up a lot of PIMS. Another one of those guys that you know in it plays and his one full season two thousand and eighteen nine eighteen pims total. How many kids did John Bannevitt's of? Oh God, who's The opposit? It was one of him. As as bill would say, how can you call it an elbow when his head is next to where his elbow is like height wise, right, he would just say it's not his fault. It's like well, I guess lower the elbow a little bit. I don't know how you mass dartmouth, though. Now another really solid guy build this with KDE Kate is also at umss Dartmouth. Yes, they are, Bill Warren, half the New Jersey s friends, enemies becoming friends. That them continues in the HL. They move on to college and their best. He's so we got four of the six guys that bill put on Abol the other two that bill was leaning were David Seancy, Oh and Gust Butler. Now it was solid. See, you don't have to pick them. Yeah, I was like this, like not going, like not for points. Guys like see you, guys that we watched, especially with defenceman like they're there's more everyone like. I feel like it's a society, right. We're big...

...stats driven society and sports hundred percent want you want that. You want the guys that know they didn't put up points. Watch them play. They were smart, Pace, like you just said. Penalty minutes as a Defenseman, if they're low, that means you know how to play the game, your structured player. That means those is on him. Dude, I have somebody put like the stories. Think Sad. Remember, remember the the kid, I think his last name is Johnson, but I could be absolutely ban correct, what he has seen, I mean as a career and because he like had too many concussions and member he was like coming back from an injury and he played in the P showcase just because like he hadn't played a game on like a million years and then he got another concussion then he couldn't play anymore. That was sad, but he was good and he was a nice kid. Yeah, I remember that because not many things impact for any like that one did. It was the peace showcase at Worcester. Yeah, we're in the WUE. We were in will vegas and wow, so that was one thousand nineteen twenty than I know was the COMU. I have never called it well Vegas, but like, Oh, call it Wos, called who socks. They can work that one into there. He came to play at game for the renegades and like not often does Britty like run into a player and she's and she was like this kid was so nice. He's on the ice right now but he's swearing to seahawks stuff with a runnegaze Jersey. And I was like okay, but yes, I I forget his name and it'll come to me at some point. Hold on, hold on, I'll literally tell you. Give me a bow. That was lay the jeopardy song. Jeff. You want to have a separate party, you want have a separate podcast filled the stories from one showcase, the worcester showcase, the January. Is that the one that I was at? That will do. That was the that was the one we like. Honestly, we knew going into it that Britney's car was already basically dead, and then it's snowed on top of the car and it was like mentally dead. Then I tried jumping it for a long time and it just wouldn't click over another no, no, never mind. Sorry. So the Defenseman, that James Johnson. Yes, that was him, Jj Jake John. I was a big fan of Corey Ellerton when he was in the League. It was only one season. The two thousand and seventeen eighteen year ended up at CASTLETON. I mean we got two spots here. We can go with the guys that Bill said we can. Austin Johnson was another thirty defenseman for like see hockey bucks. He was a fan, big power play guy, though, and some game winners for Mr Bailey. Biley Coopara came up from North Carolina, I believe. Yeah, it's rights for lies, his brother. I said, you see Kubar want a championship with the junior flyers. Yeah, I think he's at in as. What Up Icel? Yeah, at Nass so I mean there's absence here. I had I had a lute oil a defense been for bills team last year. I had his dad on the podcast earlier doing this season. Yep, yes, he's the associate head coach at Air Force. That was a fun act. Good. That was a fun interview. I have to it's a reminder of myself to text and when we go out to the CC I'm showcase. They're intimidating team. We saw them quite a bit of Bentley this year. We they stare at the gut, they stare at they hold their helmets and they stare at their opponents, like Vermont, like we talked as awsome on the other with the national anthem. That's something that is they said. Thinking that that Joe Britannia asked me to look into for next season, because every team that a differently in the finals right. There were some that were facing each other. There were some they were facing away, there were some of that were a full team, some of them just five guys. And then like where the goalie stands is always like weird thing to watch because goals are different, right, of course weird. That trick. But the puck at me please a little, like what? Yes, so I think. I think cuse we're one of us are really no, I think Cuz a really told on anything. Let's go with what bill had. Okay, I will go David see on CEO and US Butler, two more kids that committed from this past year's team, as I say, see on Co see on Ceeoh my typing. And that gets us down to the goalies, and we're going to kind of follow bill again because we have three spots here. Brandon rule. That would have been my like yes, right with it. We all talks about he is the nephew of the Governor Bill Colette. Another one of those where I originally thought that the last name meant that he was the sun. So the first time I ever did that was when I called Mike's Orbella, the owner of the Rangers, and was convinced that Danny Sorbella was his son left, the whole left the whole voice beyond everything, and Danny was his nephew. So I did know as an actual son. He has...

...a son. So I did that once with Bill Colette but didn't do it again. Uncle Mike, not Father Mike. So so brandon just just similar to the ranger situation. Brandon is bill's nephew now at Castleton. So that's one going last year. Yep, you know Peyton Duran. I think I knew we'd have him on that. I think honestly like like he maybe one of the best goalies you've ever had in this league. The numbers just don't show it because it was another seahawks team that kind of grinded out goals. So the record just kind of was impacted based off of who they were. But PEYTON Duran was like he was legit and he's going to tops next year. And we have had some success as a league with two players recently that have been goaltenders that have gone to the nest GAC and of one nest KAC player of the year. The first was Connor Rodricks, who was a Walpole Kid, and then when throwback name and then he went to Quetica College in one goalie of the year while playing for Knnectic College, or play of the year, sorry. And then tim set stack, another throwback name, who played for the apple core and bobcats and then went to Weston, and one nest gack player of the year, and I was like kids, royals, and I say both of those, and I know this is going to sound lofty, but Peyton Duran has the same potential to do that at toughs. He could go there and be good enough to win nest gack player of the year like Jumbos, like your jumbles. He has some goals. Get him some goals, please. He come on. Jay Kie took. He made some saves last year that we're out of this world, like out of this world. Just ask Jim Mc Cabe right with some of those, some of the seven, the safe goals, don't tell them. And then the last goalie. I'm surprised Brittany doesn't like this, doesn't just jump out at her. You're going to say DJ Paxton, yeah, and this is this is what bill was looking for. Also, he was a two year guy, right, yeah, two year guy. I gotta find this stuff here. You trying to pull up his stats? Here at the same time. So this happy five different goalies that we can all rattle off that we're very up to year. I mean Jay Paxon. He one hundred and twenty nine cents. But really it was that second near the two thousand and eight hundred and nineteen, that twenty this two thousand and eighteen nineteen year was their best season. Yeah, I want to say that they won like twenty six games. Yeah, no, Bill was saying something about thirty or so. Oh, really, was it this? So we gotta go two thousand and eighteen nineteen. Let's get a right. We don't want to short them any victories, he said. I said twenty six. I want to get a scrap. Sic. Good Baby Amout of here. And then it and honestly, they they were right there with the wizards that entire year for that division title right in then that was the playoff series, and then that was the playoffs series. Well, they played backtoback years in the playoffs the New England self and you're going back to that next year. Right now we're doing newingland north England south. That's a deepish that will do talk off here with. I'll, like you know, next week everything's constantly evolving and changing. No, I have I we we have a our league annual eating, our league annual meeting is is the day that this podcast drops, on the sixth, and I have what I'm proposing. So will we'll see what happened back to that. Yeah, I'm hoping that it works out that way. But to to rattle off this roster for everyone, the forward unit for the all time seahawks lineup puts John Murphy, Jack McDonald, Patrick O'Neil, Trevor Vena Claus, Matthew Stewart, Brendan Cross, Colton Smith, Decklan Dennehy, Jeremy Vasquez, Shane Murphy, Adam Geoon and Austin pick. Defensive Unit of John Bennevitskid, Hanley, CJ climb, Andre Barta Chevitz, David Seeanco and Gus Butler, and then goaltending trio of Brandon Colette, Peyton Duran and DJ Packson. So this is the first time we've picked three goalies. So we're utilizing that final spot with the goalie spoltenors. So the you too. So yes, the utility can be forward or goaltender. Yes, is team is very strong, and goaltending so that's our that's our fifth team in the league feature, as we mentioned, that is the quote unquote youngest team that we have done so far and a name or a team that Brittany had hinted at before was the avalanche. We're going to save them. We're gonna save them, though, for...

...later on right red train. Oh, I want people back to the south. We were just in the north. Now do we have to go back? You're like no, but I just not that many south people that are like been around the block. They all left. Well, you can't rip through every one of the original six teams. Now to red train. We're another original six team. True. All right, then let's go. So we'RE gonna WE'RE gonna go. We're gonna me in the Jacks. We could or we have to go south. Vermontes north. So let's go honest. Then team Maryland, we're gonna go. Let's go, team Maryland. Let's go. Younger than I be an interesting one, kind of I'm like, lose my mind. When did they come in? Team Marilyn came in and the two thousand and eighteen nineteen season. So a year younger because they came in after yes, spear, yes, they were. They are a year younger than the seahawks because they've thought they've played three seasons. Eighteen, nineteen, nineteen, twenty and two thousand and twenty one. Well, we have to decide off line is do we do an all time team? Maryland lineup? O FASCO line up? I kind of like that. I kind of like that because I could go back to the I mean with the justice wild as well fare. No, only the only FOSSCO. Yeah, I mean the internets of powerful thing, Jeff, we can find only the JOSS FOSCO rosters, if you wanted to. And and and this is true. And it is like some of those really old days that we had Perez Ochre Blad, Oh, for sure. And and and for Josh, right before we even get to it, I'm want to say to Josh, like, who is your foundational piece of of before I even finish that sentence, does Arcapanko? We're all the same page. Look at us. This is amazing. Right, love it. We're clicking. Right. Yeah, we're doing an all drop bus gold team, I like we call it. I've already excited the Maryland Knights. Question Mark, Marylyn Knights, who it kind of the the when you get them a mascot, the Wolkes, Very Scritton, team Maryland Knights. There you go, all right. So that's a combination of all of it. On saying that, really leave this on. The works very script. Knights, team Marylyn leaves his own the parts, because I just been just saying there. It's the WBS, wps for life, tmdk. So they does a lot. So we'll featured team Maryland next week. Keep these team in the week features going and you'll talk to you guys next week. Sounds good. Yeah, everybody, thanks for listening to the show. Learn more at Eastern Hockey League Dot Org and follow us on Facebook, twitter, instagram and Youtube. Also, be sure to subscribe and get notified when next week's PODCAST is released.

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