Dec. 2, 2022

A ‘Show-Specific’ Milestone of 408 NHL Goals w/ Tampa Bay Lightning Winger Corey Perry

Between Corey Perry, Ray Ferraro… and Darren Dreger, over 800 NHL goals are featured on the pod! ’Scorey’ Perry he had some fun with tying our very own Ray Ferraro on the all-time goal list. Perry talked his son’s good luck phone call for teammate Steven Stamkos, and the celebration for Stamkos reaching 1000 points. He reflected on his time in Anaheim, close relationship with Ryan Getzlaf, and the 'blessing in disguise' of being bought out by the Ducks. Plus, his fierce competitiveness, and the desire to play into his forties. 

In Headlines the guys discuss Ottawa Senators RFA Alex Formenton’s ineligible status, the ramifications of Formenton rejecting his qualifying offer, and the fallout of the ongoing investigation into Hockey Canada’s 2018 World Junior team.

Steven Stamkos crushes a well-deserved beer during his 1000th NHL point celebration, his ‘second-act’ and remarkable career are celebrated. Continued hot-streaks from Jason Robertson and Mitch Marner are the talk of the league as two of the games young superstars continue to shred scoresheets.

The Seattle Kraken extended their winning streak to 7-games, Ray credits GM Ron Francis for building the defence first. Jacob Markstrom’s “I suck at hockey” comments are discussed as the Calgary Flames hope an awful November won’t tank their season. 

Kris Abbott joins the show and tries to put a rough stretch in the rearview as he trails the NFL picks competition. The game of the week is the Miami Dolphins vs. San Francisco 49’ers, and the pod is going all-in on Tua this week. Kris sheds some light on in-game betting and the effect Canada’s appearance at the World Cup has had in attracting Canadian bets.

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