Even though the Senators lost the game and Milan Michalek to injury, I have some good new for you – The first podcast of 2010 is now up for your listening pleasure. (Wow. That rings a little hollow. Doesn’t it?) On this week’s episode, Tim puts on his inspector Clouseau hat and tries to figure out who the f— Willie Desjardins is. The two of us also discuss: the rest of the World Juniors; the state of the Senators goaltending and blueline situations; and Chris Kelly’s rising trade value. (Cut bait! Cut bait! Cut bait!) If that’s not enough of a hook, then you will have you listen because Tim praise a Bruce Garrioch article in the Sun. (A Tim first.)
This week’s featured guest is the Director of Game Entertainment at SBP, Glen Gower. The three of us relive some of our best live experiences where I wind up fellating the live experience at the Yost Arena in Ann Arbour at the University of Michigan. If you want a good live atmosphere at a hockey game, YouTube Michigan hockey and watch the videos with the chants and the marching band. (Or watch current LA Kings defenceman, Jack Johnson’s dad dance.) And if you can’t have audible music because you’re at work, read this list of chants that the student section uses during games.
Will Glen be able to help answer the age old question of whether the crowd meter will actually explode if no one in the audience makes some noise? As always, the podcast can be downloaded, streamed or subscribed to at Itunes or you can just download it by right-clicking and saving this link to your computer. And while the podcast is downloading, kill some time by following Glen on Twitter.
Here’s the tracklist for the podcast: Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros 40 Day Dream; The Jam That’s Entertainment; David Bowie Rebel Rebel; Otis Redding I Can’t Turn You Loose; Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros Home; The Gaslight Anthem Blue Jeans & White T-Shirts.