IceMen Insights Podcast #305:
Alive and In Studio

Next Show: Wed. Nov. 12

Among the analysis and nonsense in this week’s episode…

Derick and I discuss last weekend’s home-and-home with the Indy Fuel, Patrick Kennedy’s stellar play, Brandon Wong’s unusual skates, Binghamton calling in reinforcements, the status of Andre Bouvet-Morrissette, Dirk Southern’s unexpected retirement, and the past week of IceMen transactions.

Topics of conversation also include the rule that prevents defensemen from joining post-whistle skirmishes in the offensive zone, Allen York finding success in Florida, Wade MacLeod and the Idaho Steelheads heating up, a former CHL coach makes ECHL history, good news and bad news for the B-Sens, the latest on the Hoosier Hockey Championship Belt, and the next week of IceMen games.

Plus: Goofy “observations” about Education Day (keep in mind that this week’s show was recorded before the game was even played), pop culture references ranging from Mr. Ed to Hulk Hogan to One Direction, Derick’s 100% fact-free injury report, BTO, Frozen, Derick’s mancrush is our lucky charm, trading Chuck, field trip memories, visiting Chicago, riding a train to Seattle, F-bombs by chaperones, salty language on the radio, and Derick is a radio ninja!

To download and listen (MP3 format), simply click below!

Episode 305 – Nov. 5, 2014 (48:46 – 45 MB)

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“IceMen Insights” is produced by, offering IceMen fans a FREE regular podcast about IceMen hockey. Airing weekly (as schedules allow) during the season and also occasionally during the off-season, the show is hosted by former IceMen play-by-play broadcaster Derick “The Mouth of the IceMen” Benigni and Webmaster and Senior Writer Michael “Shocker” Shockley.

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