2023 Calder Cup Playoffs
The Holy GrAHL Podcast Episode 67: Addition by Division
The Holy GrAHL is back in episode 67 of Field Pass Hockey’s American Hockey League podcast, The Holy GrAHL. Join your hosts, Zack Power, Andrew Rinaldi, and Corey Swartz, as they bring you news from the heart of the AHL’s Calder Cup Playoffs.
Join the crew as they break down the week in action and news. Zack gets us going with news of Milwaukee’s affiliation, while Andrew congratulates Jimmy Oligny as the 2023 Yanick Dupré Memorial Award winner. Corey talks about a big scorer for Hershey coming back in Mike Sgarbossa, while the Wolves send a late-night text to the Hurricanes: “You up?”
As the crew dives into postseason action, the Hartford WolfPack are the talk of the town with their second-round upset of the Providence Bruins. Another shutout has the crew asking once again: is Dylan Garand “him”?
Hershey is pulling out all the stops this postseason, and the Bears’ play-by-play broadcaster Zack Fisch joins the crew to talk some postseason Chocolate.
Looking in the North, the Toronto Marlies are both top-seeded favorites and surprise underdogs in their Calder Cup run. The Rochester Americans stand in their way, fresh off a 2-0 comeback and their sights on the Eastern Conference Final.
A heavyweight showdown coming together in the continent’s heartland: the Texas Stars and Milwaukee Admirals set things up for the Central Division. Who has the advantage? Andrew has an idea.
On the west coast, it’s the fight of the century – two 100-point teams in Calgary and Coachella Valley go head to head for the Pacific Division crown.
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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