Podcast Interview with Chad Johnson

Podcast Interview with Chad Johnson

I sat down with former NHL goalie Chad Johnson for a podcast interview for The Broadway Hat Podcast this week. Chad played 9 seasons in the NHL and suited up for eight different organizations. He played in 192 NHL games between the pipes and finished with a career record of 80-75-12. He ended his career with 8 […]

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 The Broadway Hat Podcast Episode 22: Doug Lidster

The Broadway Hat Podcast Episode 22: Doug Lidster

This week’s guest on The Broadway Hat Podcast is two-time Stanley Cup Champion Doug Lidster. Doug has played and coached at pretty much every level of hockey. Doug played college hockey at Colorado College, where he was a First Team All-American. While at Colorado College, he was drafted by the Vancouver Canucks in the 7th […]

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 Colorado Avalanche Week In Review 1/13-1/20

Colorado Avalanche Week In Review 1/13-1/20

Colorado Avalanche hockey is back featuring Joe Sakic’s plan! The Colorado Avalanche season started on January 13th of 2021, and it’s been a fantastic week for the Avs Faithful so far. The Avs are 2-1-0, with their most recent win against the Los Angeles Kings last night, 1/19. The Avalanche currently have a +6 goal […]

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 Vladimir Tarasenko to Have Shoulder Surgery

Vladimir Tarasenko to Have Shoulder Surgery

The St. Louis Blues Stanley Cup Title defense took a hit when General Manager Doug Armstrong announced on Monday that forward Vladimir Tarasenko will undergo shoulder surgery. Tarasenko is expected to be out at least five months. We will see if he even returns in time for the end of the regular season and the […]

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 Cry Me a River, Boston

Cry Me a River, Boston

Isn’t this great? Boston getting scored on five seconds after a tripping call was missed? Seriously, can you think of anything better? Sorry, but Not Really Look, the teams I cheer for seem to get shafted every year by bad officiating, so am I supposed to feel bad for the Bruins and their fans? Absolutely […]

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 Blues Continue to Dominate (Headlines)

Blues Continue to Dominate (Headlines)

The Stanley Cup Finals are tied 2-2 and the Blues continue to dominate headlines. After the Blues bounce-back win over the Boston Bruins Monday night. After an even first two games, Boston came out firing in game three. A 7-2 victory really swung momentum their way, and fans started to wonder if St. Louis would […]

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 NHL Playoffs Round 2: Preview and Predictions

NHL Playoffs Round 2: Preview and Predictions

Safe to say Round 1 was nothing like we predicted, but everything we wanted in an opening round of the NHL playoffs. One series went exactly the way we all knew it would (cough, Toronto, cough). We had our fair share of straight upsets (well played, COL. and DAL. and STL, NYI, CBJ). We weren’t […]

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 2019 NHL Playoff Preview and Predictions: Round 1

2019 NHL Playoff Preview and Predictions: Round 1

Here we are. Time for the 2019 NHL playoff preview. It’s a little bittersweet as we have to wave farewell to half the league as they take their talents to the golf course. However, the job is only halfway over for the teams who qualified for this year’s postseason. Preview and predictions to come across […]

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 St. Louis: The Not-So-Blues Have Claimed 10 Straight

St. Louis: The Not-So-Blues Have Claimed 10 Straight

I write about teams when they’re hot. It seems to be my thing. Right now, that honor doesn’t belong to the Bruins in Boston, nor the Flyers in Philly. It’s not even the Bolts down in Tampa (they ridiculous, tho…). Nahhh, it’s the winged music note in eastern Missouri. The St. Louis Blues have now […]

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 Tarasenko’s Stick Tough Enough For Blues Behemoth

Tarasenko’s Stick Tough Enough For Blues Behemoth

Call 2017-18 a weak season for Vladimir Tarasenko. After all, he scored “just” 33 goals, his fewest since 2013-14. His string of three straight All-Star Game appearances ended. Plus, his St. Louis Blues failed to make the playoffs for the first time since 2010-11 — two seasons before his NHL debut. But the 2018-19 NHL […]

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