The Quiet Room: We Had A Lot Of Feelings This Week

Until we get a logo, you get a picture of Patrick Sharp. (Photo: David Kindler/flickr)

This week’s The Quiet Room with Casey and Kat is our longest one yet (over an hour!), since we had a lot of feelings on last week’s games. Topics include:

  • Last week’s Chicago Blackhawks games against the Anaheim Ducks, San Jose Sharks, and Los Angeles Kings
  • Other games around the NHL, including the San Jose Sharks/Columbus Blue Jackets game (hahaha)
  • Broadcast teams around the league, and why Chicago is spoiled in that regard despite our snark on Pat Foley and Eddie Olczyk
  • Why Brandon Bollig is useless (this seems to be a recurring theme)
  • This week’s Line Cocktail, which is illegal in most states
  • This week’s question: Do you think that coaches discourage staged fights during nationally televised games? Why or why not? 
  • Alternate question: This podcast needs a new name, since The Quiet Room is already in use by another podcast. Give us a new name.

Click the button below to listen. Hopefully, the sound quality will improve by next week.

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2 thoughts on “The Quiet Room: We Had A Lot Of Feelings This Week

  1. Chelsea

    I couldn’t listen to the whole thing, but enjoyed your measured account of Bollig’s uselessness. It’s like a refreshing splash of cold water in comparison to my usual reaction to him these days, which is more of a frothing rage of “WHY CAN’T HE JUST GO AWAY?”

    I also really enjoyed your talk about the Sharks, even if it made me sigh. A lot.


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