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Team of the Week (Wolves) | Episode 75

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On this week's episode of the #EShow, the Team of the Week features make their return with the New England Wolves. Located in Laconia, NH, the Wolves are set to hit the ice for their 8th season this fall, looking to continue the 'one step forward' trend that they've established over the last few years. Andrew Trimble and Tim Kunes serve as Co-Owners and Co-Coaches for the Wolves, and with Connor Bates rounding out the staff, New England provides their players with a second-to-none experience. Check out what the Wolves have to offer alongside their tight-knit community (1:15), and stick around to hear the #ECrew construct the latest all-time lineup (25:08).

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 castrophic event. Learn more at penalty box foundation dot Org. What's up? My name is Neil Raven and this episode number seventy five of the e show. On this week's episode of the team of the week features make their return with the New England wolves. Located in the CONYA, New Hampshire. The wolves are set to hit the ice for their eighth season this fall, looking to continue the one step forward trend that they've established over the last few years. Andrew Trimble and Tim quen serve as co owners and Co coaches for the wolves and, with conner based rounding out the staff, New England provides their players with a second to not experience. Check out what the wolves have to offer alongside their tight knit community and stick around to hear the e crew construct the latest all time lineup. Join now by Andrew Chimble and Tim Cunes when the New England wolves. How's it going, guys? Yeah, well, thanks for coming on the podcast here as we work our way through the offseason, another team of the week feature and we're giving up now for your fifth season of working together, your fourth season of Co owning the franchise. So, Tim, let's start with you. How do you feel about where things are at for you guys with your program heading into this year? Yeah, I think we feel really good. I think in that time frame that you mentioned, we've managed to get a little bit better each year. You know, both, I think, at both levels and and you know, I think you can see that with the wins losses and also in terms of the players moving on to college hockey or higher levels of junior hockey. And Andrew, over the years you guys have kind of change the coaching structure, if you will. Can you kind of talk about the thought process that was behind that and where you're at today? Yeah, I think that we all want to work together and work and play to our strengths and I think that initially in two thousand on thousand seven hundred and eighteen when I was the ehl coach. That kind of provided some stability because I'd been in the program for a number of years. But when we had the opportunity to bring tim in, he's like a perfect candidate for that ehl head coach. So it was an easy transition and decision for us to make internally that make make him the EH AL head coach. And then I went, you know, the coaching younger teams and now I'm coaching the team and that that I think, that place to my strength as well. And you know, we have a bright young coach and connterbates, and we wanted to make sure that he had a larger role within the program. So he's kind of worked the other way from from being an assistant coach for number of years and now to coaching our EHLP team. And although last year was kind of some struggle with with everything was co related, I think cars did a really good job to keep that team together and we're excited about where it's going and where you guys are at right now. Does this kind of feel like the perfect spot for each got to be for the first seeable future? I think so. I think, you know, we're excited about like, like Tim said, we're excited about the direction we're headed. You know, I think our youth teams are going to be stronger than ever, so that's a real positive. That's where we wanted to do. And then we're looking at the players and where we've gone so far with our junior teams and looking where we're headed with the players we have bring coming back. I couldn't we couldn't really ask for a better blueprints. So, like what're a real position to be, to be really strong and every single team, and I wouldn't really have to be a lot of justification to make a change when everything is headed in the right direction. Yeah, and and let's start with that EHL team first because, as you mentioned, you've seen the steps for it every year in terms of the wins and losses, but in terms of the commitments. Let's talk about the commitments first, because the ten that you guys had this past season was the highest total that you've ever had together as as co owners, coach, Co coaches. What do you credit that success to? I think you know, it just raising the level on the ice and I think that kind of translates into you know, these guys being, you know, more coveted by college programs. Right when we have a better team, we're getting more wins, you know, and the quality on ice goes up. You know, then we're taking steps in the right direction in the college coaches, you know, they want better players, right. So that's kind of how...

...it works. And then let's let's talk about some of these commitments in particular. You know, they all are impressive and I'm sorry, you're proud of all of them, but there's a couple that I want to touch on. First, a player, and Kevin Bite, who spends multiple years of your program like that, to finally see him get to that light at the end of the tunnel. What does that mean? Yeah, it feels awesome as a coach and you know, I was just looking at the roster the other day and this will be the first year that I've coached a team without Kevin Bite on the team and the EHL nol. So that's an adjustment. But you know, when he came to the program he was a he was playing forward. You know, when he was, you know, an average for in the league, I switched him to defense and he's a guy who you know, really brought into everything that we're we're trying to do here, and you know he put the work in and got the most out of it, and you can see that with his season this year, where I think he was one of the best defensemen in the league, and now he's going to continue his career in college. So like really happy for him because he's a great kid also, but he's also somebody who I think took advantage of of the things we can offer here. Yeah, and Ange, will shift to you here for a second because when we are on the Round Table Out of the CCM showcase, I think I know who you were referring to when you mentioned a player committing from your program who was maybe the one of the best penalty killers in the league. I think you're referring to Lanch tree, and can you just talk about a player like that coming to your program for just a single year? Not a big point guy, but, as you mentioned at the CCM showcase, maybe one of the best penalty coilers in the League, and then see him commit. What does that mean for you? Yeah, I think it's been a complete one hundred and eighty from where we were when we initiated. You know when I was first tired in two thousand and fourteen and fifteen, we had a lot of really good players come in for one year and then they would go to other programs. I mean we had we know we had Chris Peters, we had got Jack Johanson, will label, the guys were really good players in this league. Christian la clause, really good players in this league, but we weren't producing on the ice at the level we think we're capable of. Now we reverse that and kids are coming us, to us some other teams in the League as age because they're looking to get to college. And Andrew was a player who was somewhere somewhere on the on the cusp. He was a player who with a good hlp player but he really needed to make a role for himself at the AHL level if he's going to get noticed by colleges. And he was great in the locker room, a really good teammate. We would use them. Maybe, you know coach ques would use them for only a shift to two, but they were really important shifts. And you know, you when he had an opportunity to go to Popstam they jump right on it because of the type of kid and type of character stivity is. So it says a lot for the one hundred and eighty that we had in the less seven years. And shifting back over to Tim we've thought about the increase or the improvement in the win lost record over the years and last year you guys won twenty games. Obviously the year before you won twenty five. Obviously a different total number of games that you got to. So you could say that last year's twenty wins maybe better than the previous season's twenty five, especially when you consider the division that you played in. I know I said it on this podcast numerous times. I want to hear your opinion. Was Your Division, the New Hampshire Division, was at the toughest division in the league last year. I mean, you know, obviously you're biased, but to me the question you know, because only you know. Obviously a limited number of teams that we were playing against, but every game was very competitive. You know, any team could beat anyone, which you saw in the playoffs. You know. So that that record from this past season, I think, like you said, is is another step up and you know, we'll certainly be looking to build upon that for next year. I think you know ultimately at the end of the year with, you know, injuries and it suspension two three of our top boards. You know, we can you know the playoffs was was some tough circumstances for us. So to me that's kind of the next step for our program is some more success in the postseason here. Is it a breath of fresh air looking at next year's schedule and seeing a variety of opponents on the schedule this time? Oh yeah, yeah, it's. You know, I think we also kind of schedule those teams that we played against a little later in the season so we can we can have some some guys we haven't seen and in a few years now. Yeah, on ice, which which will be nice for, I think for all the teams from the next version. And I know Andrew, I came up to you guys after the lumberjacks series...

...ended because really I don't even remember which team was one, two, three and four year division. I just knew that all four teams were competitive and anyone could have won the playoffs. But there was one key cog for you guys that was missing this past year in the postseason and that was Donnie fell Eldman, can you talk about what he meant for your program you know, as a player, but then also you slat him in the lineup and how it changes your whole depth chart when he's in the lot up and how it could have made a huge difference for you guys. Yeah, you know, timid. I've talked about that a lot and it's really tough at this level to find a better captain than Donny. Johnny was and he you know how he's tough. You're not. You don't have four or five years to develop a team. You don't have no long term contracts. It to one year, maybe two. You're in and your out, and Donnie provided that stability. He was a leader. He set the pace on the ice. You know, sometimes I would go in at six or seven o'clock at night when my day was over and lock up the weight room and I'd see Donnie was in there doing more squads to doing stop. So he I mean he really and music, just like hate donny. Make sure you get the lights way about and Turner, and he was that type of kid and I think Arcadia is getting just an unbelievable kid and he's going to contribute both on, you know, on the ice, but also in their campus culture. He's going to be a great fit and honestly, if we had had a chance to play the college teams like we usually do last year, I think that you guys would have had a chance to have backtoback captains of the all star team, because the year prior it was Dj slanky who was the captain of our all star team and I don't know who I would who we would have picked for last year, but Donnie would have been awesome candidate. So let's go back to a debate that we had on the podcast God sometime during the season, and I'm going to put you guys on the spot here because it's a really tough question. But if you had to pick a starting, starting centerment for a game coming up here, between Donny and DJ, I mean the next guy game can come on for the next shift, but who's going out there for the first ship? Donnie or DJ? Cam You go first? Yeah, I mean I'd say the answer is Donnie Feldman. You know, he was the number one center on the team and fairness to Dj, I'd say DJ's best position is left wing. Okay, that's good. That's kind of makes it easy. Easy answer there, but to to excellent players who contributed a lot to our program and you guys brought this up earlier. You know, obviously you have more than just the ehl level. You have eh lp down to the youth and while you've seen the improvement at the ehl level, you can say there's been even more improvement at the EHLP level, capped off by, of course, the championship in two thousand and eighteen nineteen. So whoever wants to start this one, you know how important is having that level of play to the overall success of the whole organization. Um, you know, I got our first hired in two thousand four hundred and fifteen. Coach there the younger junior team. It was the met League at the time in the S's. Actually my grandfather, Dick Tremble with one of the original founders at the metropolitan junior hockey be who alose, kind of a special place that I in my heart I wanted to coach at that level. Yeah, and you know, if you look at every roster in the league, we've filled roster with our P team, getting good quality kids, identifying players from out of the area, bring them here in the east coast and then they filled up, whether it's our HLP or our HL or other teams, ehl team. We've done a good job of that. You know. I think last shown Maryland alone had for former help players. Would is great. We want to see those kids get on to the EHL and potentially on a college hockey, whether it's our program or another program. So we view that that team really has a stepping stone. There's nothing that they're provided that EHL isn't provided. There's complete overlap and there's you know, it's an investment for in all of our kids. So it's that's that's how we do that program. It's not just it's not a separate team. It's part of the overall strategy for our development of our athlete and Tam what I noticed about your work with Connor is when you compare it to other teams, you know guy guys kind of stay separate right like he's the ehl coach on the ehlp coach. When we're happened to be in the same building, will go on the bench together with you guys. It's all the time, whether it's an Ehl game or an Eh Lt game. How important is it for you to to be present as often as you are and to consistently work together like that. Yeah, I think the main thing that we had thought of is that we want each of the teams to kind of play in a similar style. That way, as like, and you mentioned with our goal is is moving kids up to...

...the EHL. Obviously we hope for that to be with our art in within our program so that would make that transition is seamless as possible, that we're not, you know, starting on the premiere and the next year you're on the EHL and everything is totally different and it's a huge adjustment. So kind of having that overlap and in system style of play, you know, and and coaching, I think that can really benefit the kids in our program and then shifting usefully you go funny throwing. It is like you know, tim is done a great job of providing that structure and he he indoctrinates these kids at camp with different video and strategy. That that makes up world talking and we were great youth fifteen coaches name is John Garren and John but he has a days off work when he's not delivering cocacola products to local places. He comes in much Tim's practices and he comes, sits in on meetings and watching, goes to the gym and and he wants to get as much information because he wants to teach our youth been kids and stuff too. So it's really it's really top down, bottom up. We're doing the same thing at every level. Is He asking questions or is he just kind of like a fly in the wall trying to hear everything out and take it all in? Yes, questions. Okay, I'S gonna I was gonna say next, you know, going back to the to the CCM showcase that we that we are just Andrew and I together. You know, one of the most common questions that prospective families asked to me is where is my son I'm going to live, because that's obviously a very important question when you choose to play junior hockey, is where you're going to lay your head to rest at night. And there's a difference with how every team does it right. There's teams that have apartments, there seems that have houses that kids share, and then there's the walls, who probably have the highest number of billet families in the entire league. Is that something that you guys strive for? Is it be is it because of where you're located? What do you kind of pinpoint the reason behind that as to being yeah, so, yeah, I agree with you that that we probably have the highest number and but that's also where geographic location. You know, we're ninety minutes north of Boston, Forty five minutes north of Manchester. So wince. But there's kind of a dead zone, like when you're Guyture, you look at your phone, between conquered and Laconia there's a lot of trees, there's a lot of lakes, there's a lot of open area. That a lot of farm yeah, so we really have to put our kids in and bill with family because we can't really recruit locally. If we want to be competitive, we got to really get outside the area and I'd say about ninety percent of our kids are in billet families. We think that makes it a little bit easier for us to manage their schedule, manage what they're eating, manage how they're like, where they're spending their time. But we do have a couple kids that we trust when we do put them on cottages. There's a couple cotogy of our Lake Winn's from that the kids really like and they can get out there in the spring and see me in the in the fall, in the spring and they can go swimming or fishing whatever, and the winner they do pond ocurate there and lake when it's from it's it's not bad living, but for the most part we put them in bill it and and Tim. One of the concerns for a lot of teams going into last season was how many billet families were going to open up their homes with everything that was going on in the world. Did you guys have that same concern and issue up there? Yeah, we did. You know, it was a challenging season from a lot of aspects and certainly you know, I think even amongst the billet families that we have a few dropped out that are, I know are interested in doing it again next season. So you know it wasn't easy to find homes for everybody, but you know we're looking forward to having those families back in the program and you know, just just to add to the amount of families that we have, I think you know on the EHL team we I think we've had one local player in the last three years at home. So just kind of goes to show you that the market were in, and you know the recruiting that goes into it, with all, almost all the players coming from out of town. It's as tight knit a community as, I think, any, any organization in our league, and it's not because of just the living environment but also what you guys do in the community. And Andrew, you know, you jumped in with the wolves a little bit before Tim did. Was it always a thought of years, the idea of giving back and what you can do community service? Wise, because of the positive impact I could have any organizations? That always a plan of years? Actually, I would say it happened in the kind of the easiest way possible. It was really organic, you know. We put a kid in the billet and then that building would say hey, you know, my mother can't really shovel snow out of her driveway. Can you help her out? But send over two or three guys and then we do...

...it in another family and before we know what we'd have these small little projects going on every single month. And then the big game changer was when, you know, there's some significant things that happened in two thousand and fifteen sixteen. We had John Bradley Thompson. You know we have that that effect community in a real way. You know, Max Gagnant, that really affected this community in a real way, and so we had an opportunity to make a bigger impact, on a bigger splash and raise money for those great charity. So it happened on a hundred percent organically, but it's been it's been really rewarding and been awesome. Yeah, and then and then jbt night tim for you guys to put that on, especially in a year like this past year, on this annual basis, to raise the money that you do, see the outreachs that that it produces. What does that mean to you and to the whole organization? Yeah, I think it's awesome. It's a great event to be a part of and you know, anytime you get to see neal raving out on the ice, I got one goal. I got a try a few unique moves to but that's not good. But you know, it's a creative event to be a part of, you know, because of what it means, you know, and you know it's I think it every year grows a little bit and, you know, something that's important to us and and always a good crowd in the building to Yess, pretty unique, I think for our league as well, and I think it was probably in early January. Way I sort of talking about the game coming up on the PODCAST, referencing how I was going to shoot, and it's crazy how things play out, guys. You know, I think I said at one point don't bet against the wolves on jbt night, right, and and you've had some thrilling victories on jbt night. How is it that in the history of the event, both Mars and Kevin's brothers have collected a game winning goal? Is it just fate? I think it's two pretty good players and this every certainly helped out. Yeah, I mean, and if you had just both, like both games that they scored the game winners for were thrilling, right, the first one against the chiefs and then this past season against the avalanche. But if you had to ask me which one had a little bit more, the extra sizzle to it, and maybe you guys would agree as to be this past years, coming from behind the way that you did. Right, yeah, I I that was you know, that was a special game. There was a lot of people in the building and you know, planning against apple and shoes are in state rivals. You know, was an exciting game to be a part up, to be behind the bench for. So, you know, overtime winner was yeah, I was, I was a that's a game that stands out, you know, and the time that I've been coaching, and I'm sure if dom is listening he'll still give his brother a hard time. That his game when it was better. But looking forward now, we touched on obviously that the the impact that you guys get to face new teams this year, or old teams, if you will, and kind of have a fresh, clean start. Is there an overall goal that you guys have for for each ehl and EHLP team or suggest you know, the same thing, take one more step forward than the year before? You know, I think we like for me and what we tell the guys is, you know, we want to make you better players, you know, help you develop, we want to help you move on to college hockey and then we want to win games, you know. So those are the three goals. I don't prioritize one of those three over the other. Like I think we can accomplish all three at the same time here. You know, certainly want to win as bad as the next coach. You know, we played to win all the time, but you know, developing players and helping them move on, that's that's a big part of it. And Andrew, is there anything to add to that, maybe even off the ice, that you guys are looking forward to for this upcoming year? No, I think the nail on the head. That's that's a consistent philosophy from every single quotes within our program, from the top on down, that that we want to develop kids, commit kids and then we want to win. Winning is a by product of those first two. When it comes to Y'all play stuff, though, you know now it's we're back in the community, were able to do more things and we're going to have a banner year when it comes to, you know, involvement in the community. Hundred percent. Yeah, so make sure to give them a fall on on all social media and check out their website. They are one of the teams that's out there the most, you could say, in the offseason, whether it's the CCM showcase down Denver, the elite edge showcase in Nashville, they're out there recruiting hard. So I hope that after the recruiting ends, guys, you get a chance to enjoy the rest of the offsea reason and we'll see in September. Thanks a lot,...

...neal, before seeing you around the rights. Thanks. Thanks again to Andrew Trimble and Tim Cun's coming on the podcast this week. As you have me mentioned throughout that interview, they are co owners and Co coaches, and with that let's bring in Jeff Mills now, and Jeff will will give you a trivia question to start. Thanks off. What it? What other organization in the League has co owners and Co coaches like that? That would be the New Jersey seven's four five hundred points, Neil, that would be Mr Matthew Keaton. Adam Hooi yes, thing, yes, you got that one now, not a trivia question. I'm shocked here on the wolves team in the week. I know it's hot, but WHERE'S THE JERSEY? Oh my God, it's in my closet and the plank it out. Do we need to go? pausitive? will get it'll, it's been caught a warm it has. I have the central around in my house. But yeah, was it really thinking hockey sweater? You don't. You don't wake up in the middle of June and think about putting a Hockey Jersey on. Know if this was October December recording? Yes, we definitely have this sweater on. But yeah, that was dozen Nice send by coach Trimble. I think that was when we first started a podcast. We were talking about Hashtag Wolf Bite and coach Trimble and Nice little packet. I don't think I asked. Think you just like send it to me and also animated stairs. And it's a Nice Jersey. It's huge. It's absolutely massive because it fit underpaths for many years. But yes, of course there it's a very Nice Jersey. So Wolves, baby, who will in that conversation with them, obviously I mentioned the debate, if you well, between Dj Swanky and Donnie Feldman. I made one of them pick, or made them both pick one of them basically, and I said, if you know, if you had a starting a game right now and put a sentiment out there, who would it be? I didn't realize that swanky was more of a wing. So Tim had a great roundabout answer of saying Felman's the center, swanky's the wing. But on our all time wolves roster, no matter what, they're both on it. Oh, absolutely, and Donny Felman was my boy for the whole entire eh fantasy season, though. He was very top of my list, number Brouno, on the top of my wolves forwards listings. The way. You're not getting Mr Felman on there. So yes, guaranteed easy selections. I mean that's something the wolves have had, is they've always had some guys that can put bucks in the net, those two specifically, but I think there's a couple other ones. Yes, I mean, if we want to keep rambling, it's so easy to then red my butt in Don Marston Kevitch and Patrick's Marston Kevich, and to go a little bit deeper into the story that I was telling with Andrew and Tim during the interview, they've had what they called Jabt night twice, which is a benefit game for John Bradley Thompson, the Young Kid who passed away from cancer a few years ago. As I mentioned throughout that interview, the wolves have this very tight knit community where they're able to do so much community service and then they put on these events and honestly, they probably get one of the biggest crowds of anyone and the entire league. And it's funny because so two seasons ago was the year that Mark Dom Marston Kevin scored the game winner in this past season was patricks, and they said Patricks was a little bit better than Doms. So Dom's one was a back and forth five game with the chiefs that they actually I think they came from behind, like from down to twice or at least once, and dom eventually got the goal in regulation that they want won the contest on. And then Patricks, I guess you could say being behind three nothing to your instate rival avalanche and fighting back to win three. Maybe that one is like slightly above but it's it's such a cool night. Hopefully next year, Jeff, you can come up with me because like they packed the building, you know, covid or not to write, and they actually had everyone pretty spaced out last year for covid again, give the credit that did. And I watched that hockey TV feed when you buried the lead here to Neil. Nobody, anyone that didn't watch it didn't get to see you. Yes, yes, you shoot out. Yeah, so I lefty. They so lefty shot the rabbit coming down the way. Put a little top shelf, little grievy in there for you. I honestly, I'll admit. Moving in on that first breakaway. I had no idea what I was going to do. It's right, you pull one up, but I was like, well, I'll see where he gives me a little bit of space, most likely of going into the forehand, because if I try a backhand and just like weekly rolls off my stick into the corner, I'm not going to hear the end of that. So I at least try a forehand and see, like what it gives me and I at least I know I'm going to get a shot off. So...

...luckily that one one in. I know I tried the Peter Forsburg move once and I hit the posts once too, but it's so cool, right I giving there were so many people that donated to watch me shoot, I guess you could say so I was obviously very appreciative of everyone that did that and it's just there's no I don't think there's a game in our league that raises more money than they do with that one game right now, and that was phenomenal and they'll continue to do so also, and that is a great cause that they have actually already have my envelope they mailed to me after donating to you and everything, and that's just it is. It's a great, great cause and it was just awesome to see everybody and, like you said, it was like there was no pressure for anyone. Small donations, big donations, but it was like seems like everybody jumped on board and especially after the pandemic, I think a lot of people, you know, have felt that they need to be closer to people and was a life short and stuff, and you know, that's what that cause is about, is to remember GBT and is it's one of the best causes that we have going to this league and just one of the many things this past year that showed how great the Ahl family is. Whether you're here still or your you've moved on elsewhere, you're still part of the family. You know, it's awesome as like. I'm sure you can relate to this. So like on your birthday every every year, there's a million texts. So you get right and then you get a bunch of tax when you post an announcement that you did this for that, I'm sure, when you posted that you got to do pa for the Bruins that one time. There are a bunch of people that resound texts you. Oh Yeah, some reason when I scorted, when I scored a shootout goal in the jbt night and the video on out there my phone to sort of lighting up like like that. You yeah, like, was that really you did your Photoshop yourself in there? Like, where did that come from? Like, I could skate? Well, I used to play. There's go. What arest the best was? I wish I got a picture, Chris, because they put we're playing the avalanche. Sorella was standing on top of the bench with his phone up filming the whole thing, yelling every yelling don't, don't fall, don't fall, like, because that's what you needed in your head to Strolla don't like the ice is all shoppy at the end of the period and that's all I could think about. So don't catch a Rut, don't catch a Rut. But we got we got four forwards so far, DJ swankie, Donny Felman, Dominic's Marshan Kevich and Patrick's Marshan Kevich. The wolves, for for those that are wondering the history of it, they are similar to the wizards in that they are almost an original team, but they came in the second year, so you feel like they've been in the league every season, but they came in the second year. So they have the seven years of history as opposed to the eight that you would have with teams like the Rangers and the rough riders and the little flyers. So a lot of put a great players still throughout the years. I think I want to work back in the in the far history, if you will, and go next to riot, to Ryan Dunne. He was excellent. As say, he's going to point street. That's what I love about these older teams. That's the point streetcom set up before we before we elevated our game. So what's funny about done is there is a picture sequence from a goal he scored against the little flyers that I could always remember my head that you can see the plot going in of the net. It's like it's just so cool. One of as we can see here quick math. Fifty six points he had throughout two years, throughout his time with the wolf, so he was a captain his final year and then obviously went on to play at Fredonia. I think he's definitely one of the forwards all for sure. Yeah, well, any any of those guys end up being multi year players and I like that comparison to the wolves are the wizards of the north. That's a very good comparison and honestly they're kind of equal. Like they're they're I mean the wizards have the one frozen finals appearance over them at the ehl level, but then the wolves of the hlp championship is a providence. So, yes, yeah, what would the wizards do at the H LP level? We may never know, but they never know. And we actually have a former wolf that is a whizzy Jack Johanson. Yes, I think, I think that we're going to leave him off of this because of the two years wizards. Yeah, I was going to ask you about that before we get on, but I think that's a good decision. That's all good. And then so another one to is Josh Grund, now all pole express rest name to and returning for another year there as well. Right, so he's more of an express than a wolf. Yes, so another name that they mentioned, Andrew and Tim was Ethan Helmets. So I have to go back. There's...

...there's two goals that he scored. Wonder, you know what? I wonder if it would show up if I just youtube it right now, good old worldwide web. I guarantee might like come up on the Youtube website. You know what it's right here here is top youtubecom but a big BUTTA boom, game winning goal. I kill the audio, though. So this is in Hook set. I was a say, this looks like try Toun with that wonderful rink to on the other side. Horrible Angle. And this ended a thirty game winning streak for the little flyers. I'm surprised you don't remember this. This this is d move. Oh Oh, yes, I said, wonder if I called this. This one was so. That was that was a showcase game. Tom Smith was on the call. Oh my buddy Tom. Yes, and this was so hooks. It has the two rinks. They're right. So they have the one rank on the left side. I don't even know what they call the two ranks. But the one way on the left side has the grandstand and you're at center. I is calling from there. This is one has like the balcony platform in the corner and this goal happened on the far end of the ice. But it's snapped the wedding streak right. And this was the two thousand sixteen seventeen season. Like the little fires were a wagon. That yeah, that was the year they faced the junior flyers and the finals and the wolves had a little bit of struggles that year, but Ethan holmets was fantastic and that was that was the one goal I wanted to tell you about from Eh Shell Action. And that season also was the first year that we started putting together an all star team. So in the years prior to that we had had a non commit game. Yeah, we had a ninety five non commit game, a ninety six non commit game and then we try to figure out something different to do that year and we played the club hockey all star team. Basically it was all the best club hockey players in the country trying, trying out to go play in a tournament in Europe, and Europe Huh. So when we got in the ice and our goalie in the end one of the Games was Doug Connor, who was eighteen years old, and one of the players on the other team was twenty six, you can imagine you could have asked how things went. But home it's I don't have the video for that one. scored a fantastic goal in that series as well, because we played them twice. Right, we lost, we lost game, won two to one and game two was not to the one it so I could say leave it at that, but he scored a fantastic goal in that advanced on to play at Sunny courtland. Had Twenty Two points and twenty three games the last season. They add up there. So he was fantastic during his time with the wolves. Speaking of scorers, a name that I mentioned with Andrew and Tim as well was Danny Canngelosi, and he was low. See, good it tell you name, since material will love that one. Yes, right, so he was also on that two thousand and sixteen seventeen team. Right, and we've talked about players that have changed scenery in this league and then immediately done something. I mean he got to the wolves and then twelve games, but eleven points, seven goals. Very Patrick's marks and Kevinch of him side the same about a points and games that Patrick's had this past season. You know what we should we just so quickly named him earlier. We should acknowledge the fact that he had eighteen points in eight games. I was only eight. Oh my God, Ur slee's, that's a six. Well, I've got combining, I'm kind of playoffs and regular season, right. So six regular season, two postseason, eighteen points in eight games. Yeah, he was instant like he just came over and it was like, all right, I got this story and Donny, you know to news he done. I don't know what back. I don't know what dom and Patrick's going to do yet. Well, love to have them back in the league. They both all once. Yeah, I was like, I know, dom was over the thenal this year he was in Minnesota. I think he like look at the one season he had sixty one and forty two and he was the rookie of the year. One Thousand Eight hundred nineteen. Yeah, so he got what that was. The second year we played the college teams, dom got run over by this guy from Plymouth state. And Dom is not the biggest player. All Right, Thomas Smaller. Yeah, it's five nine here, like maybe I might...

...be jenerous. He might be five seven, maybe five nine on skates. Like I remember watching that Game Against Plymouth State with Mark Compel and the hit took place and mark, like you know when something happens in a game and you just instinct, he just grabbed the person's arm next to you. Yep Marks, like Oh, marks, I guess he gonna get up and he like, honestly, he said that and then boom he was up and he scored the next shift right and I was like this comes I got this to where this kid is. This kid is tough as hell. Yeah, like, Damn Dude. So smaller guys, that's the thing. Even though they're smaller, someone like dom like, yeah, he would, you know, he'll hope throw it hit here and there. Doesn't throw a ton, but UK, he'll stick his head and he's just a good, very skilled hockey player. Yep, are. And just so we can acknowledge what swanky and Feldman did. Also, swanky was electric in the same right. A hundred and forty three games, a hundred fifty two points. He was the captain, as I mentioned in the interview, of the Twenty One thousand nine hundred and twenty Ehl all star team. Feldman, you never know, could have been the captain this past year if we had a chance to actually play those college teams. But yeah, a little bit smaller sample size of guests compared to DJ. He played thirty seven games with forty seven total points. So they were both just both dynamic players. That's only six forwards, though. Sorry, seven forward so far. So what was another? There was another name that Tim mention or and you mentioned to me, and one of the are with this one. You blee Carlo. Yes, was that? was that the one you were going to think of? That was that was definitely one of them. I know that Andrew. I think he actually billeted with Andrew for a few seasons and he is like the perfect example of climb up from the EH LP to the EHL and on to college hockey. He's that natural progression ehl commercial player that you want. Yes, like he is, like him and and Mike McPherson, like bet, like best examples of it to a tea. So I'll definitely include harlow. He had thirty goals in that seventeen seasons. TWAND and thirty goals. Yeah, that's tweaky leatherman points, but harlow was right behind him. Only finished the three less points than them. Thirty goals. It's you scored thirty goals in junior hockey. I mean that's that's pretty good. You're good player. It's pretty it's pretty good bread. We have to include a present day player coming back for another season and speaking of climbing up from yes, Yep, climbing up from EH LP to ehl. Or cards Jalinski's like when a we come out with the story, you know, previewing next year's season. He's an MVP candidate. Yeah, he has to be right. Like this past season alone, it was his first year in the EH shell. He put up fifty one points in thirty two games in a tough division, right, as we heard, as we heard tim say that, his opinion, the toughest division in the League. We're not going to get back into that debate that we had how many times in this podcast, so we will go back to neal's conversations. I think the north of toughest all new. You're crazy and it's all something like. Well, Vermont ended up in the frozen finals. It's so. Did the avalanche listen? After the first out of the frozen finals, I looked like a pure genius when the avalanche and Vermont we both want to know. I was like the genius. Obviously it didn't work out like that, but I was the smartest guy in the room after the first time. And then the avalanche from one nine twenty three was very um we didn't know what to do with that one. That was the weirdest game ever, but a little lost. Yeah, I mean Joan Skis in the EHLP back in two thousand on thousand nine hundred and twenty seven and forty four. So, like you know, one more season in the league as he's no one. He's returning. He's going to go to college. He's another perfect example. Yep, I've climbed the ladder up from the EH LP to the EHL and known to college hockey and like he is, he's a candidate instantly for our all star team next year and you have to say that he'll be up there for MVP, four to the year, you name it. So that brings us down to just three forwards left. I was just say another one from this past year to knew would be a Nissa mom. Yes, we throw him on there. So yes, Andrew could talk to about we could definitely throw him on there, because when I was trying to get them to talk a little bit more of was that when when Felmon was a fully healthy this past year and it was feldman and Nis him off and Hlinsky's that line was awesome. One of the bikes in the League probably, if you like that up like I don't know. I don't know if there's a better top line right, like this is it kind of it's a totally separate debate. Do you like break up three players like that or keep them together? You know, it's...

...the same thing as the Boston brew, the bruts, like, I guess, the same exact thing, but like they were so good and like that's that's the impact of Feldman's injuring. The playoffs can't be talked about enough because it broke up that top line and now used to stretch out where you have different guys in different ways. Right, if that top line still together. Now you're telling me that Patrick's Marston Kevitch is on your second line. Yeah, that's like you. I don't made a huge difference. That was unfortunate to see because, like you said, Feldman had such a good season and I know he was trying to get it out too. He was practicing. I was actually on standby because I was trying to use him for our playoffs, and we were on the horn and we were like, is he practicing today? Coach Trimble is you know, good Tuns, we're where's yet they're like now. It's it was, it was rough. I mean that's the game of hockey and, like you said, this year was a tough year for everybody playing the same teams. I think a lot of these divisions you saw a lot more hitting the well because guys absolutely hate each other after like the third week of just playing in state teams and then we ended up having that for the rest of the season. So yeah, yeah, the north hated each other by the end of they there was some healthy hate there. Going back to the nineteen twenty team, speaking of thirty goal years, right, you mentioned he was a thirty goals that Harlowe scored, swanky scored once, Jack Laran, I mean it goes. It's that conversations that we've had before where he may not show up at the top of the wolves all time scoring charts because he played one season. Yeah, you played one season. Forty nine points in forty six games, thirty goals. When they thank you, ma'am, in and out it was on the top list. A really good player. That's a thing. The wolves have had a lot of really good scores and there's a lot of good scores like where down. That's me too. I can't wait to get the d they have something good, some good D to. We're down to the last four spot right, and we haven't mentioned players like Madamante, yeah, or the Google or Tommy Condon. Or you can look at a player like Nick Maron, right, you're going back to the very first year. He was a captain, the very, very first year of the wolves, right, two thousand and fourteen fifteen. Went on the play at ums whole like the good. That's he's not too bad river hawks. So it's it's tough. And then he got players like Brian laying right. You almost forget that. Player like briant ran Lang, who went on to play with the revolution and actually helped them reach the first ever frozen finals championship game in two thousand and seventeen eighteen. He spent the year before with the wolves. And and another name lost it here for a second. Tanil off was another one to Dennis Don Wolf. He look at remember he was awesome. Will a bell was another name heard. Andrew Mention that that you know, in the years past they had a little bit of the tough time keeping some of those players you know from going out swhere. But as there's as the years have progressed, they've the program takes one step forward every year and now some of those players are not looking up. So whether they're coming back to them, like Cason Point recrds Delinski's right, like, according to Andrew and Tim, he signed almost like instantly to return. Awesome, that's so. And and I was the one out of them that does the heavy recruiting in Europe. They get a lot of look at these things. I think the players do. I think kind of help recruit. I think the players helped them kind of just share that message. Right. So you think Europe, we cony, New Hampshire, very different than Plum House love, La Conia, weird s beat, great place to go. Yes, I mean, and I think I told the story on this podcast about what Jolinski's had to go through just to get here last year. Right, like, yeah, he had to go into like travel to Turkey quarantine and get tested and traveling here quarantine, get tested. Never went home, right, never went home. So it's you know, you almost take for granted, if you know everyone, it was challenging for everyone in this world, right, but you almost take for granted how much easier you may have actually had it then somebody else did right. Right, like we're both sitting on our house right now. Right, YEP, imagine spending six months away like and then trolling far away from home, two your thousands of miles away, and the pressure of I mean, luckily for him he had another he has this season to come back. But you know, the pressure of being an age Olt, right. I talked about it with with Connor Bazal and Adam Zookowski when I had them on talk about the fellowship of Hockey Advancement. Right, like Zu Kowski broke his hand for the playoffs for the Rangers and...

...all he could think about was the fact that least he's an old one. He can come back this year. Like imagine if that brick in your hand. He hadn't committed yet, and that's the reason why his hockey career just ends. Right. It's just the press, as it was conner bizarre, the proud INS. Yes, he was a big deal in that frozen finals. Seriously so. I think about what they'm going to put Nick Marron here. When I play at ums hole, I know there are going to be people there. Asked about a player named Jack Usul who did play follows also went on to play at University of Maine. He never technically played in the ehl though. Always the wolves it was. It was the year before the wolves came into the EHL. They were actually an independent team. So gotcha. You never tenally playing the EHL. If this was a program that had only two years of history, may be different, but they got seven years history. I mean this forward group that we just put together is is pretty legit. So I'll list it off here after we do the d because it sounds like you're excited about the D. Yes, very excited about the D, Neal, because we got a lot of guys from the last couple of years. I think you know, Kevin Bite is one of the ones that I think of. Wasn't one of it's hard to keep track of all the parents that were fans of our show, but I think his dad was one of the ones that used to chime in and comment and talk to so many man you would Brittin, I know I remember he is one of them on twitter, though, and Kevin Bite was a heck of an offensive defenseman and and the best thing that to we said, the best thing that Tim said, is this will be the first season coaching the wolves without Kevin Bite on his team. He was a three year guys right. That was the other thing that like, that's like you've never he's always been able to pencil that kid into the lineup like consistantly. Look at the Games played. Thirty, forty one, thirty five, but obviously didn't play as many games is past year. He almost played every single game every year, like he was pretty steady back there. And not have that piece of your lineup like it's an adjustment. It is crazy because I feel like I've been able to call it's you can close your eyes. Number twenty two for last like feels like ten years. Kevin Bite. Yep, boom, Thud. So that's gonna suck when we do the Wolves Games next year, twenty two will be a different a different man. Yes, I bet you. I call him bite. My first broadcast, though, probably I think I did that. Our first broadcast last year out in we called somebody. I definitely caught somebody the year before his number and I was like that wasn't even that's not who that is, like Jake Mendozoo, like what, I don't think it's him. I was going to mention Decklin House. Another that's my next one. Another returner for them. So he was coming with these coming back this season as huge as an o one. That's a good like foundational piece to kind of build your core around. Back there you're Charlie mcavoy, if you would. He for sure, and and he actually as already look at. He's already played a hundred and nineteen games. Wasn't it's been there for us, so he's kind of got that. You know what we're going to do. We're gonna go here. I want to look something up with the wolves. I wonder if he has the chance to become like the all times played call. It's all time games played, so I'm gonna try and pull that up here while we're talking. But that's that's to D so far. Who else did you have marked down? Well, that's the other thing. The one of the guys I was thinking of. I'm trying to see if we can get to the some of the deeper names, but I feel like all the most recent defense have been some of their best. One of the guys I was thinking of was worn on, but did someone take late in fantasy ended up being big towards the end of the year? Yeah, at thirteen points, but I feel like he was a more packful player for the wolves down the stretch at the end of last year. So he was someone else that. So let's see here. John, John Warmly played two years. I think you played two years with them, or lean? That's right. Yes, so two years and over those two years eighty one games, twenty three points. Heading out to assumption this fall. Got At three hlp games in there also. I'll put them on there. Okay, let's go right here. We can leave it up for it. We still have that utility player to the four Scolli thing. We have had decided over doing it. That one yet to get to at all time record that we were mentioning before. Yes, swanky holds the record at one hundred and forty. House is twenty one a West Light. Yeah, House this twenty one away from from tying that record. So you have to think. I don't know if he wants to record, but he has a chance of of setting it this year for sure. I come wood right now, so we don't Jin stas right right. So let's see here. Other d over the history. We got three so far. It was another reason, another one. He was like, oh,...

...he was a og Wolf. Yeah, I was thinking about you, Vin Lacroix. It was a Christian, Kua l Quai and and and they went on to play for the oilers together. I want to say one of them play for the cyclones. To Yah. Kevin was the goalie and then Christians the forward or defenseman. Was He Ford? Defense, forward? Forward? Okay, no, so you cannot go on the defenseman possible utility. But he was one of those way back. And you know, it's funny, as like speaking of D that we didn't need our for as. We didn't even mention Matt Needelman had a good one year campaign with the walls. Well for four to three points. There's this. There's so many guys to WHO's that? Do you remember Alec Forci a? Yes, well, he's a D huff. Yeah, he was. Is Real tough, big PIMS guy. That's really but he was tough going to the corner of that kid. How big we see? Five eleven, two hundred and five check out. I wish we kept hits. That would be an awesome step. So Hi. So if he combined, if you combine postseason plus regular season the first year, that's a founder right there. It's forty games and a hundred and ninety eight point put Hims Right. But fifty three points in the EHLP. Now, where I guess you could say it's consistent. You Played One last game and had three more PIMS the following year in the EHL. So I mean, yes, he did not back down from anyone. He actually had. Speaking of game winning goals, it's crazy. My memory is ridiculous at times. I don't know why I remember this. He won me. He had a game winner against the little flyers, also in Philly when we used to we used to I forget what season it was, but there was a year we had four division structure where the idea was that you know, division a, play division see at see one year and then would play at d the next year and the flip flop like that. So we actually had more crossover regular season games outside of showcase at that time and I remember four see a scoring a game winning goal down in Aston to beat the little fire. So you know what I think? Utility wise, Jeff, we're going to put Alec forcey because he'll go out there and do what we didn't needing to do. Why? There it score a goal, assist on the goal, take a penalty, running somebody over hill, you in the corner. He was just one of those kids I remember from all the showcases that would just he would pinball off guys, Bulldoz guys and and you need those guys, like we've been talking about, with deeds. It's a very stad heavy society these days. But with the D it's not always going to be, you know, the victor headmand's of the world for Justin you know. So we haven't points up. We haven't even named yet the first commitment of the two thousand and nineteen twenty season. This was the first player to commit that in the covid the season that got ended by covid. All right, let's scroll back. Oh, yes, I was just going to say he was another one because of our his appearance. He was on what the second episode we ever had. So you say his name, you say his name Rob, yes, like Rake Hay. So remember how God, this is embarrassing story time. We have a story. The fact that we've given you a hard enough time about you're a little dolphin mishalf with Liu. I have to take this one so good. We all took a little. I literally said to him twenty seconds before you know, we hit record. Is it hack or Hake Hey, and they said it's Hay Cli Rake, Yep. And then like let really joking, make up a hate like freak he quick you capt rob and I'm like, so, let's walk in and answer Trimble, Tim kings and rob, hack and and like. And you and Brittany were like, Neil, I hit pause and do it again, like you just literally mess up the exact thing he said how it was pronounced before, like both Brooky laughing with each other, like he just let's see. That's what happened. Sometimes you say it so much thing you get your head that you say it the wrong way because you just said it somebody didn't. We cool. We're going off track here again. But in the frozen finals we couldn't say D Jockamo, remember. Weever, like he got my head was like digit and I was like all right, now, I'm going to quit because I seem like I'm out the seizures. So he's so yeah, I don't know, man, I it happens. We've made we named one present D so far. This is actually another present, D Julius Cavandol. He was actually not able to come to the country last year because of covid he couldn't win...

...nineteen. So he's coming back this year. Okay, he's already signed and confirmed to come back. So I want to actually put him in here. You want to go back to his page for second, Look at the AKA name and try to sound that one up for me. Have Fun with that Turtle. Okay, that's least. That's his SCURV HIVE Cavando. Yeah, I don't. I mean it almost looks like breedy shade, like s that's the best with hockey. How do you get Shay out of that? Look, see, stay scurve behind. So that's all you'll say that one on when he goes to the court, Julius scribn him, Cavando going over the red line. I'll let you say that one. So that gives us five of the D so far. Yeah, I had another one here. I just lost it. I was stuck between Old Wolf. Well, this is the two thousand and seventeen eight since. I stuck between Roger Powers, right and Nick Ludman, Nick Ludem so, Roger Powers was the two thousand and seventeen and eighteen season was the year we played fifty games, right, so he played literally in every single game for the wolves, including the playoffs. Wow, every single game. That's good. And Ludman could durance. Ludman was the season prior, playing thirty six games. Wolves did not make the playoffs that year. That was the team that we touched on earlier who knocked off the little fires when they had a thirty game winning streak going. I think for the TRIME. That's right. Yes, I think for this one I'm gonna go with Roger Powers. Okay, well, but then, like we mentioned earlier, Alec for Sea is kind of a utility D for us, which then brings us to the goalies, and I have an idea of where I want to go here. Yeah, it's Yeah, even the Wolves coaching staff will admit it's not like the little fires, who had three different goalie of the year candidates for us to tooth from. Yeah, that's not a rich history, but I mean old J duel is probably Lj Newell. It is up there, you know, I know the guy that's played a couple of years to that's you got to go with those multi year guys, specially with goaltenders, because, I mean we've kind of done both, though, if we've gone back, like with the Rangers. We went with was Robinson. That had the one year that he played. Yes, YEA KIRK cutting played two years with the wolves, went on to help southern New Hampshire win the any ten. I think he still serves as the goalie coach and are as a goalie coach and some capacity for them, like for SIS. So he's with walked on for it, for no, for the wolves, for the wall, the walls. Yeah, but this two thousand and eighteen nineteen year remember actually going to the any ten championship game. All Championship team, obviously won the championship. US, the MVP of the of the championship, first team all conference and Goalie of the year. So someone I think that you'd safe to say got better and once he got into college then, yeah, the junior's, which is nothing wrong with that, and I actually liked that. You that might be one of the first ones we've done like that. Where what is the HL numbers? You judge m accordingly. Be like not the greatest numbers. Gets into the grasp of Seawan Walsh and the UM. Okay, he and they coaches butt off and turns into be their MVP for the playoffs. I mean that's yeah, that's damn good. Best play in the League that year, Best Player in the League in the ended ten so other players to consider for here. We got one goalie spot. Left. Right we got Eric Bogart, who played for the season. Yeah, I think it was fourteen, so actually two seasons. He played the independent year, the year before they came in, and then the first season and then went on to play four years at Sunny Fredonia. Right. Had over a nine hundred and twenty safe percentage in college. So there's one option. We touched on gutting another. I don't know if his numbers will show it. I actually remember Joe Morgan Pretty well from the year that he played, and not the baseball player Joe more than this. Two thousand and sixteen seventeen season was the year that the walls did not make the playoffs, but he had an over nine hundred state of percentage. He had some performances where he got peppered, frank quite frankly, and he just stood on his head like he I think he could. He should have committed. Chris matone was it was what was was. Was Pretty Fun to watch in our Leaguue has done has gone on to Fitchburg state. Since then he was a guy to...

...play for a few teams in our league. It's rightly played for Vermont first and the rockets to in the wolves, you mentioned earlier. Where are we? Last year, LJ Newell, right, and I almost you actually like forget that it was a two year stint for him. I honestly forget that. It was a two year stint for him. One hundred and twenty one games throughout his two years. I know we're not going to pick him, but in the year that the wolves won their eh LP championship to two thousand and eighteen nineteen, Ryan flay in those playoffs was dynamite who nine hundred and forty see percentage five? Oh, oh, Yep, like he was so good in those playoffs. So I think we're probably both in a grants that this should be LJ newell. Yeah, I would say so, okay, and he is lined up to attend rivier this fall. So staying in New Hampshire, I think, from Colorado. Right, look at that. Let's see a nothing. Hey, there we go, Littleton, kind of I don't know how I remember some of these things. Sometimes, like it just says it's a miracle. Some that weird little nuggets. Look at that. There's are all wolves. So to recap the roster the Ford, that's actually a really good forward you nit, Dj Swanky, Donnie Feldman, Dominic's Morriston, Kevitz Patrick's Marston, Kevin Ryan Dunn, Ethan Holmets, Danny Canngelo, see Blake Harlow, ricards Dealinski's sergey a Nishim off. I'd not spot that correctly. Know you're looking, are not say? And even so, Jack Jack Laran and Nick Marin. There's some awesome names and and and that forward unit the side. Put that against some of these other forward teams. Yes, seriouslyness, Kevin Bite, Decklin House, John Warrnley, Rob Hake, Julius Cavando and Roger Powers on d goalie's Kirk cutting an LJ newell, Defenseman, utility, do it all for us. Alec Foresee A. and you know what's great about this is there's a lot of eh LP to eh shell players in here and and as we mentioned, you know, in the interview with Tim and Andrew, the EHLP team does mean a lot to them and it's very important to the program and, as I asked him, you know, for some organizations you see an Ehl coach and he kind of lets the EHLP coach to his sting and vice versa. Whenever Tim and Connor have the chance to be together, it does not matter if it's an ehl game or an EHLP game. I give them credit because the hockey season's long right, like how many games can you truthfully coach by the end of it and not feel burnt out? But they want to be at every game because the system in the structure that they have is consistent throughout the whole organization and they want kids to move, move up their own ladder within their own own organization and they've done a great job because of that. And you know, we'll go bold right here. This is a team that I think as a chance to win a playoff series this year and while they have the EH l p championship, you know feather in their cap and ehl frozen finals appearance is coming for them soon. It has, they has to be. They want it bed, like you said, I mean, and that's a big thing to write. I think that's why they have six such success with their recruiting and keeping their main guys. There's because the guys get comfortable if you see them at the premier level and then you move them up to the AHL level. Well, same system, same faces, same coaches. That's a nice thing. And guys get comfortable with that and they find a home. And and yeah, they are. They've been building. They both, they all, all three of them, Connor, Tim and Andrew, work their butts off and you know, usually when you work your butt off sometimes it doesn't end and the way you wanted to. But it's got is someday it's gotta. Yep, exactly so. So That's two thousand twenty two. We'll see. Never know. You never know. So that doesn't for our team in the week feature this week with the newing on the wolves actually kind of sticking. What about the wolves team again next week I'm having Dave Starman on, who is a hockey analyst. He's does a lot of it, so I don't name there's a lot of different things right, but easy. He's kind of similar to the wolves in that his son is playing for one of the wolves youth teams this year. So a huge thanks to and you, tremble, for setting up that interview. Actually already recorded it. Little t's there it's it's excellent. He's one of the best storytellers in the world, so make sure you check out that one as well next Thursday, and then after that Jeff will figure out what teams next in our team in the week features, and we won't see it here. What's now? We want to talk behind the scenes and let everyone think about what it's going to be, and you'll just have to go on and find out exactly. Stay cool, youtube a man.

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