This past edition of Fire On Ice, we talked about the flames’ current 2-game losing streak, as well as their dismal road record. Also brought up was GM Darryl Sutter’s visit to the team’s dressing room after losing 3-1 to the Dallas Stars, their second loss in as many nights (they lost Monday to the Avalanche of Colorado 4-3).
After the beak, the live audience was treated to a video montage of hockey fights spanning the decades and set to Black Sabbath’s Iron Man. Those of you listening to the podcast can check out the video right here on this page in the video player located right underneath.
After the video, talk turned to fighting in hockey and in the NHL, as well as all levels of the game.
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Returning after 3 week off due to late games and wonky internet, Fire On Ice picked up right where we left off! We took the smallest look at the All-Star game, whether or not you could call the Flames “elite” yet, Michael Cammalleri, Jarome Iginla, and more.
We also broke down the game played against the Sabres right before we went live, and touched on the three Flames who faced, but never got, possible suspensions as a result of actions happening against the Columbus Blue Jackets the last game played before the All-Star break.
We also bought up the fact that Calgary has yet to beat the Chicago Black Hawks and Detroit Red Wings.
All this and more on this edition of Fire On Ice!
The January 7th edition of Fire On Ice took a good look at the 2008-2009 NHL All-Star game and whether or not this year’s edition was a waste of time. We also talked about who might be responsible for the team’s turn-around.
After a bit of silly fun to start off the second segment, we re-played the “Tom Hicks call”, before getting back into the topics on the night, such as who really deserves to be in the NHL All-Star line-up and who probably shouldn’t (most of the Canadiens’ players) and took your calls!
All this and more on the first Fire On Ice of 2009! Listen now!
This past edition of Fire On Ice, we talked about a possible idea for game points in regulation, versus overtime, the possibility of one minute penalties in overtime, The San Jose Sharks, Tod Bertuzzi, Sean Avery and more! We also took your calls, and even had a call from Dallas Stars’ owner “Tom Hicks”. Why tyhe quotations? Listen now to find out!
It’s a week late, almost, but better late than never!! The latest Fire On Ice — a shortened version because of the Calgary-Detroit game — focused on such things as the night’s game, why Kiprusoff sat out, instead of sitting out against Montreal, plus talk of Joe Sakic, who should have their numbers retired, and more including our weekly Dumb-Ass club nominees!
This special edition of Fire On Ice took place this past Saturday, december 6th, as a result of the loss of
internet during the original airing last Wednesday night. The first 30 minutes of the program presented what happened Wednesday, with talk about “The Sean Avery Incident”. A caller named Spug argued against a suspension for Avery for his comments prior to Tuesday night’s game between the Flames and the Dallas Stars. Talk turned to a comparison between hockey athletes and athletes from other pro sports. This in turn led to a discussion of how the NHL doesn’t work south of the Mason-Dixon line of the USA, with discussion on where would be a good venue for an NHL team.
When we came back live, Avery’s suspension status was updated with the same caller clarifying his stance, saying he was atrguing against the term “indefinite suspension”. with that, a conference between Spug and Tony — both listeners — further discussed options for NHL teams, including placing one in Saskatchewan, perhaps Moose Jaw, of all places!
Of course we unveiled the latest Dumb Ass list as well! All this and more on the latest edition of Fire On Ice.
Remember, this Wednesday’s Fire On Ice webcast will immediately follow Calgary’s game against the Detroit Red Wings! See you in the chatroom then!
The latest edition of Fire On Ice started off with a tribute to the Calgary Stampeders football club, the 2008 Grey Cup Campions, making Calgary once again a championship city! If you missed the live webcast, you also missed the video tribute that went with the audio salute: Clips and images from the game last Sunday.
From there the show officially kicked off with talk about Tuesday’s game against the L.A. Kings in the Flames’ 6-2- victory, form the team continuing to buy into the current system, to Craig Conroy’s 4 points, To Jarome Iginla. It was broken down how many games Iginla would need to catch Al MacInnis on the all-time points list, to catching Theo Fleury on the list, provided he maintains his current 1.18 points per game pace this season.
Also looked at was Iginla’s percieved invidibility this season so far, despite being on pace for a 50 goal season yet again. Saddledome fans were discussed, the apparent trade rumour of Adrian Aucoin, Mike Cammalleri’s ice time and more!
The first-ever edition of fire On Ice is now archived foryour listening pleasure! Host Tim Stein introduced the show and what he hopes it will turn out to be right off the bat before diving straight into hockey talk, beginning with a look at the previous night’s Flames/Av’s game. deserved praise was heaped on Av’s goalie Peter Budaj, who faced 51 shots on the night, while 97 shots total were directed towards the Avalanche net.
From there talk turned to goalie Miika Kiprusoff and whether he deserves to be recognized as still a great goalie or be benched for a few games, or even traded.
Talk also touched on the flu bug that ravaged the dressing room not once but twice this season, and from there to Mike Keenan and rumors of his being fired with suggestions on who could replace him.
In addition, Craig Conroy received some focus as well, with his play and possible reasons why it has been the way it has been so far this season.
And of course, The Dumb-Ass club was also introduced with the first members to be rattled off and why!
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