DKM Hockey Podcast

Wednesday, April 16, 2014

DKM Hockey Podcast: Episode 35 - PLAYOFFS!!!

It's the first ever "We are in the Playoffs" edition of the DKM Podcast!  In the first segment Joe, John, and Morgan troll the Leafs, talk about this year's team, and pay homage to the retiring Tom Fellrath of the Dark Blue Jacket.  In the second segment the Hustle Boys receive a mysterious call for the Ghost at Nationwide AND REVEALS THEIR IDENTITY TO THE WORLD.  Fear not, not all is lost.  In the third segment, since John decided to show up, the boys round out the show with an Episode of Being John Kempovich

Check out this episode!

Tuesday, April 15, 2014

The Hustle Boys and the Mystery of the Nationwide Ghost

Welcome to the first installment of DKM Hockey's original mystery series, The Hustle Boys. The idea was hatched during Episode 34 of the podcast as the guys discussed their CBJ super hero choices. A teenage mystery-solving duo in the style of The Hardy Boys and the gang from Scooby-Doo was born, starring Matty Calvert and Cammer Atkinson as The Hustle Boys.

We hope you enjoy this installment of The Hustle Boys. Be sure to listen to Episode 35 of the DKM Hockey podcast to hear how Cammer and Matty solve The Mystery of the Nationwide Ghost.

"Did you feel that, Matty?!" asked Cammer as he laced up his skates in the Nationwide Arena locker room before the game. "There it was again, that cold wind just blew by me! It was really spooky!"

"Stop being such a scaredy-cat, Cammer, it's nothing," replied Matty. "Just your mind playing tricks on you how you swear the locker room is haunted by some evil, stinky swamp monster right before every game."

Overhearing Matty's comment, Cammer's locker neighbor David Savard looked up uncomfortably from his teeming plate of Skyline Chili, his eyes shifting nervously between his teammates and his ritual pregame meal.

Matty and Cammer, along with the rest of the Columbus Blue Jackets, were just getting ready for their home finale against Phoenix. A win would not only bring a strong conclusion to a successful season of hockey at Nationwide Arena, but it would keep the team clinging to the eighth and final playoff spot in the Eastern Conference. Still, with all the excitement of playoff hockey buzzing around the arena and the Columbus fans, Cammer knew something was amiss...