Second Balcony Breakdown: Goodbye, Detroit! Hello, LA!

Corey Crawford gives zero fucks.

Corey Crawford gives zero fucks.

Casey and I return for yet another addition of Second Balcony Breakdown!

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Topics include:

  • Thanks to everyone who listened and downloaded the podcast last week! I hope you all continue to listen.
  • The Chicago Blackhawks‘ last two games against the Detroit Red Wings in the Stanley Cup Western Conference Semi-Finals, and their first two games against the Los Angeles Kings in the Western Conference Finals.
  • A rant about NBC Sports Network picking on Patrick Kane, and the “Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane Show” in general.
  • The other game that happened this week: the Pittsburgh Penguins getting shut out by the Boston Bruins in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals.
  • Zdeno Chara is terrifying.
  • The Line Cocktail for this week gives no fucks.
  • Discussing last week’s question, including a shocking confession from me.
  • This week’s question: If the Blackhawks do make it to the Stanley Cup Finals, would you rather see them take on the Penguins or the Bruins, and why?
  • Follow us on Twitter! I’m at @RunsOnDuncan, and Casey is at @Raedances.
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2 thoughts on “Second Balcony Breakdown: Goodbye, Detroit! Hello, LA!

  1. Krista

    I’d rather have the Bruins because I live 90 minutes from Pittsburgh and would probably set fire to Consol before the Final was over because the incessant drooling over Crosby and the team that I’ve been subjected to would only get worse. On the other hand, I have several friends who are Bruins fans, including my best friend. We’d probably cry and apologize to each other for every hit, check and penalty.

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  2. Swardy BangBang

    I haven’t even gotten to listen to this yet, but I want a Blackhawks/Bruins final because that would be an excellent reason to fight my dad in a bar, and who doesn’t want to do that? We could probably even get somebody to play Johnny Cash in the background. The Stanley Cup: Bringing Families Together.

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