The Holy GrAHL Podcast Episode 26: Hartford Confusion
What’s the story with Hartford? What’s going on with the playoffs?
Count us confused.
On the 26th episode of The Holy GrAHL, hosts Deana Weinheimer, Jeremy Paul, and Zack Power talk about the current playoff picture and all of the confusion surrounding who will and won’t make the postseason.
But first, your hosts start the show by discussing a mid-April weather delay between the Manitoba Moose and Rockford Ice Hogs, the amazing goaltending of Zane McIntyre, and milestone moments for Stefan Noesen, Garrett Wilson, Zac Dalpe, Alex Peters, and Dylan McIlrath.
Finally, they get into the nitty-gritty of a potential Hartford come back and what is and isn’t working for their bid for a playoff berth.
This week’s Oof of the Week goes to the American Hockey League’s 2022 Calder Cup Playoff qualification scenarios. Number two in the East Charlotte clinched a spot before number one Utica. Wait, what?
As always, the guys give their hot takes in the Swipe Left or Swipe Right segment. What piping hot takes will they serve up this week? For one take, all we can say is “it’s confusing.”
To round out the show, you’ll get a full rundown on scoring races, the race for the Calder Cup, and our hosts’ games of the week.
Finally, Deana runs the guys through another playoff-inspired bonus round. Laughs and eye-rolls ensue.
The Holy GrAHL, Field Pass Hockey’s flagship American Hockey League Podcast. Each week, we look into the biggest stories out of the AHL, its players, and their teams.
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