THI has been re-branded and is now called All The Kings Men. It’s now a twice-a-week show that features many of the same elements of the old show with some new additions. On Mondays, John Hoven, aka The Mayor from MayorsManor joins the show for Mayor Mondays. On Thursday, The Royal Half comes in for The Week’s Half Over Thursdays (real title pending).
The shows will publish Mondays and Thursdays and are available on iTunes.
We have been getting countless emails, wondering when Jesse and I were going to record a new podcast. So after over a month, we sign on… to sign off.
The Hockeywood Insider podcast is closing up shop after four years and 132 shows equaling four days worth of programming. It’s a bittersweet thing to say goodbye, considering the time we both have put into the show.
That’s why we AREN’T saying goodbye! Ha! Fooled you. We’re actually working on something bigger that will knock your socks off. So don’t shed a tear for us. The show will go on, just under a new nameTo find out what the hell we’re talking about, you’ll just have to suffer through one last THI.
But fear not, we still talk hockey, just like we always do. We discuss what’s going on in the Kingdom, which remarkably hasn’t changed that much since we last left. We also have a conversation with John Hove from Mayor’s Manor, who helps breaks down what’s dogging the Kings.
So download and enjoy the last edition of The Hockeywood Insider.
Breaking news in Hockeywood! Coach Terry Murray is fired by the Los Angeles Kings!!
Of course, you already know this. But we didn’t, when we recorded a podcast Monday afternoon. And, as has been often the case in the history of THI, news always breaks right after we finish talking.
So, we decided to scrap that podcast, where we belly-ached about Terry Murray and how it’s time to part ways with him. In it’s place, Jesse filled the docket with the most interviews we’ve done in one show. And to help you jump ahead to the interviews you might want to hear, we’ll put a time-stamp for you
Joining us this week are (taking a big breath)… L.A. Kings television commentator Jim Fox (8:30), the senior writer for The Fourth Period Dennis Bernstein (15:00), L.A. Kings radio commentator Daryl Evans (25:00), L.A. Kings bloggers The Mayor (36:00) and The Royal Half (47:00) AND singer/songwriter and huge Kings fan John Ondrasik from Five For Fighting (57:00).
It’s the return of the MEGAPOD, so lock up your small pets and hide your beer. The Megapod rises from the depths to bring you the most complete coverage of the regime change at the helm of the L.A. Kings.
Don’t forget, you can subscribe on iTunes, so you can get the podcast before anyone else does. And don’t forget to like the show on Facebook.
The Kings have shown inconsistency scoring goals, killing penalties and finding wins. You know what is consistent? Yup yup, the Hockeywood Insider.
This week, we are joined by new Fox Sports hockey columnist Jon Rosen, who comes back to Los Angeles after a four year stint calling games for the Everett Silvertips of the Western Hockey League. Jon was nice enough to talk about his background in the minor league as well as his time with former King Michael Cammallari at the University of Michigan. He also discusses the changing coaching situation with Anaheim and L.A. He also talks about whether the goal review process is good for the league and the switching of sides by Dustin Brown. It’s a good conversation from Jon and we look forward to talking to him soon.
We also break down the previous week of games, crown a new King of the Week (or do we?) and discuss two games we both recently attended separately. I also gush about the new LGK Penalty Box at ESPNZone and Jesse proclaims his love for a hawt Kings fan, who sat next to him at a recent game and who knew way more than her clueless Sharks fan boyfriend. Did he get the digits? Listen to find out. We also talk about The Muppets movie, a rare movie we both saw this weekend. Separately, of course.
Don’t forget, you can subscribe on iTunes, so you can get the podcast before anyone else does. And don’t forget to like the show on Facebook. The Hockeywood Insider: put it in your ears.