IceMen Insights Podcast #321:
Sticking A Fork in 2014-15

Next Episode: September 9

After a lengthy hiatus, “IceMen Insights” is finally back to satisfy your hockey radio cravings! Among the analysis and nonsense in this episode…

Derick and I discuss the historically putrid 2014-15 IceMen season (and we revisit our pre-season predictions), roster turnover of epic proportions, a new approach aimed at minimizing the team’s injury woes, Josh Beaulieu’s departure as Assistant Coach and the future of his #20 banner at the Ford Center, and other IceMen front-office changes.

Topics of conversation also include the 2015 ECHL Kelly Cup Playoffs, broadcaster changes around the ECHL, the 2015 Stanley Cup Playoffs, the 2014-15 NHL Awards (and whether or not goalies should be considered for MVP), the retirements of Kimmo Timonen and Martin St. Louis, and a fond memory of USI Ice Eagles hockey.

Plus: Derick drops another F-bomb, Terry Ficorelli’s dance skills, Chuck goes to Europe, Press Your Luck, Derick horribly attempts to yodel, Top Gun, Babcock or Jesus, “This Is A Puck,” and pee-pee herders!

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

Episode 321 – July 15, 2015 (1:11:50 – 66 MB)

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About the Show

“IceMen Insights” is produced by IceMenManiacs.com, offering IceMen fans a FREE podcast about Evansville IceMen hockey. Airing regularly (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 IceMenManiacs.com Webmaster and Senior Writer Michael “Shocker” Shockley.

The “IceMen Insights” podcast is offered exclusively right here on IceMenManiacs.com. The show is generally recorded on Tuesday evening and made available for FREE download on Wednesday afternoon, typically by 5 PM (CT). It originally airs on WYIR (96.9 FM) and WYIR.com at 1 PM on Wednesday, with the podcast version posted on IceMenManiacs.com within a few hours after the on-air broadcast’s conclusion. Each podcast is presented in MP3 format and should play fine on virtually any computer, laptop, tablet, smartphone, or portable MP3 player.

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