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The Pipeline Show's weekly archived interviews, sound bites and highlights.

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  • The Pipeline Show Jan14 2022

    14/01/2022 Duração: 01h36min

    Coming Down the Pipe... [0:00] - The introduction for Season 17 of The Pipeline Show [1:27] - Guy goes through a bunch of News and Notes before presenting the week's guest list. [18:28] - Willy Palov, longtime QMJHL beat writer from Saltwire.com, checks in with a recap of all of the trade deadline activity. [42:58] - The 2022 Draft Spotlight finds forward Rieger Lorenz of the AJHL's Okotoks Oilers. The Denver Pioneers recruit is considered a 1st round talent for the NHL Draft. [57:39] - The top ranked goaltender in North America for the 2022 NHL Draft is Tyler Brennan of the Prince George Cougars, and he's also in the Draft Spotlight segment this week. [1:18:25] - Another potential 1st round pick for the 2022 NHL Draft is Ryan Chesley, a defenceman with the US-NTDP's U18 squad. The future Minnesota Golden Gopher joins Guy this to close out this week's episode. [1:34:30] - Looking ahead to wrap up the week that was.

  • The Pipeline Show Jan7 2022

    07/01/2022 Duração: 01h24min

    Coming Down the Pipe... [0:00] - The intro for Season 17 of The Pipeline Show [1:25] - Guy runs through the Question of the Week, junior News, College Notes plus the guest list. [18:59] - The current leading scorer in the NAHL is Aberdeen Wings forward Cade Neilson who holds three passports and has made use of all three of them in his hockey career. [39:54] - Perry Bergson from the Brandon Sun is on the program this week to talk about the wrath of COVID and the impact it may have on the trade deadline and much more. [1:02:00] - We head to the Ontario Hockey League to get updated on all things OHL with the help of broadcaster Terry Doyle. [1:22;09] - Wrapping up the episode for the week with a look ahead.

  • The Pipeline Show Dec23 2021

    23/12/2021 Duração: 01h26min

    Coming Down the Pipe... [0:00] - The custom intro for Season 17 of The Pipeline Show [1:31] - Guy begins the episode with updates from the CHL, CJHL, USHL, NAHL and NCAA plus the guest list. [11:45] - Edmonton based sports journalist Jouni Nieminen is my guest to preview Finland ahead of the 2022 WJC. [33:16] - The defending gold medalists are from USA and EP Rinkside's Julie Robenhymer is on board to look closer at the team looking to repeat. [56:57] - Rounding out the 2022 WJC team previews is Slava Malamud who looks at the always powerful Russians. [1:21:40] - Prediction time to close out the episode for the week and for 2021.

  • The Pipeline Show Dec17 2021

    17/12/2021 Duração: 01h46min

    Coming Down the Pipe... [0:00] - Custom introduction for Season 17 of The Pipeline Show [1:25] - Guy begins the show with some quick News and Notes from junior and college hockey plus this week's guest list. [15:59] - Jimmy Hamrin from EP Rinkside is Guy's guest to preview Sweden ahead of the 2022 World Junior Championship. [37:14] - Team Canada is in the spotlight with Scott Wheeler from The Athletic the guest to share his thoughts and insights. [59:06] - Chris Peters from Daily Faceoff checks in to dissect the entries to the 2022 WJC from Austria, the Czech Republic, Switzerland, Germany and Slovakia. [1:28:31] - The 2022 Draft Spotlight finds skilled forward Mathew Ward of the Swift Current Broncos. [1:43:08] - Clean up time for this week's episode.

  • The Pipeline Show Dec10 2021

    10/12/2021 Duração: 01h20min

    Coming Down the Pipe... [0:00] - The intro for Season 17 of The Pipeline Show [1:25] - Guy begins the episode with a number of WJC News plus junior and college hockey notes and the guest list for the week. [21:30] - Winnipeg Free Press writer Mike Sawatzky joins Guy to talk about the powerful Winnipeg ICE as they prepare to face the Edmonton ICE for a pair of games. [46:00] - Patrick McNeil is the radio voice of the Cape Breton Eagles and he is on board this week to talk about the QMJHL with a focus on the 8 players invited to Canada's U20 camp and what their potential absence means to their club teams. [1:06:40] - Canada's U20 team will play a pair of games this weekend against a U Sports all-star team from Canada West this weekend including former WHLers Riley Sawchuk. [1:18:28] - Clean up time for this week's episode.

  • The Pipeline Show Nov26 2021

    26/11/2021 Duração: 01h56s

    Coming Down the Pipe... [0:00] - It's the intro for Season 17 of The Pipeline Show [1:27] - Guy begins the episode with a healthy dose of junior news and college notes plus the guest list. [23:06] - WHL Insider Casey Bryant makes his TPS debut as the new voice of the Everett Silvertips, the league's top team. [45:02] - The 2022 Draft Spotlight finds forward Isaac "Ike" Howard from the US-NTDP who is fresh off a successful tournament in Switzerland and here to talk about the season and the draft. [58:25] - Clean up time for this week's abbreviated episode.

  • The Pipeline Show Nov19 2021

    19/11/2021 Duração: 01h49min

    Coming Down the Pipe... [0:00] - The Season 17 intro for The Pipeline Show [1:23] - Guy begins the episode with some junior and college hockey news and updates plus the guest list. [14:04] - Brock Otten from McKeen's Hockey checks in to go over a number of 2022 NHL Draft eligible players skating in the Ontario Hockey League. [46:07] - Let's get an update on all things QMJHL with the help of broadcaster Mike Sanderson. [1:09;08] - The 2022 Draft Spotlight gets turned on and pointed towards the USHL to shine on Stephen Halliday of the Dubuque Fighting Saints. [1:29:45] - This week's final guest is another player eligible for the 2022 Draft so in the spotlight is Seattle Thunderbirds forward Jordan Gustafson. [1:48:25] - Clean up time for this week's episode.

  • The Pipeline Show Nov12 2021

    12/11/2021 Duração: 01h55min

    Coming Down the Pipe... [0:00] - The intro for Season 17 of The Pipeline Show [1:21] - Guy begins with a bunch of junior news and college notes before getting to the guest list. [17:46] - The 2022 Draft Spotlight gets pointed toward Sweden where Simon Forsmark is playing for Orebro in the SHL and J20 league. [35:40] - Liam Hawel plays for St. FX and leads U Sports across the country in scoring. Get to know this X-Men forward as he's a NHL free agent as a 6'5 right handed center. [57:58] - The 2022 Draft Spotlight gets turned on again to focus on Moose Jaw Warriors forward Jagger Firkus. [1:14:37] - Time to talk a little WHL hockey with an emphasis on the Regina Pats and star forward Connor Bedard. Media mogul Rod Pedersen is back on The Pipeline Show. [1:37:46] - The final segment this week is a Campus Report featuring the current NCAA leading scorer; Canadian Taylor Ward who plays for the Omaha Mavericks. [1:53:29] - Clean up time for this week and a look ahead to the next show.

  • The Pipeline Show Nov6 2021

    06/11/2021 Duração: 01h15min

    Coming Down the Pipe... [0:00] - The intro to Season 17 of the Pipeline Show [1:28] - Guy begins the episode with a plethora of junior and college news and notes plus the guest list. [18:15] - The 2022 Draft Spotlight finds Guelph Storm forward Danny Zhilkin who is off to a terrific start to the OHL season. [33:34] - Next up is another 2022 Draft Spotlight with a 19-year-old from the AJHL's Olds Grizzlys, Noah Hackett. [49:33] - The NAHL's hottest team might be the Maryland Black Bears and head coach Clint Mylymok has a great background. We get to know him, the team and more. [1:13:24] - Clean up time for the week.

  • The Pipeline Show Oct29 2021

    29/10/2021 Duração: 57min

    Coming Down the Pipe... [0:00] - The intro for Season 17 of The Pipeline Show [1:27] - Guy begins the episode this week with some thoughts on the revelation from for WHL star Kyle Beach plus regular updates from junior and college hockey. [22:45] - The head coach of the Madison Capitals talks about his team who have begun the USHL season in terrific fashion as one of the top clubs in the league. [44:15] - The 2022 Draft Spotlight shines on Winnipeg ICE forward Matthew Savoie, one of the top ranked players in the entire class of 2022. [56:17] - A preview of next week's show.

  • The Pipeline Show Oct22 2021

    22/10/2021 Duração: 01h43min

    Coming Down the Pipe... [0:00] - The intro for the 17th season of The Pipeline Show [1:28] - Guy begins the episode with the Question of the Week, junior news and college notes plus the guest list. [19:39] - U Sports takes the lead this week as Guy speaks with the GM of the University of Alberta Golden Bears, Stan Marple. [38:47] - CHL Insider Sam Cosentino shares his thoughts on the early results and stories from the Canadian Hockey League and a look at his 2022 draft rankings for Sportsnet. [1:03:22] - The NCAA Campus puts the spotlight on Colgate University with the head coach of the Raiders, Don Vaughan. [1:20:45] - The 2022 Draft Spotlight shines on Spokane Chiefs netminder Mason Beaupit. [1:40:10] - Clean up time for the week and a look ahead to what's up next

  • The Pipeline Show Oct15 2021

    15/10/2021 Duração: 01h22min

    Coming Down the Pipe... [0:00] - Intro for Season 17 of The Pipeline Show [1:28] - Guy begins the show with the Question of the Week, several junior hockey news items and updates as well with College hockey before getting to the guest list. [23:36] - Time to start looking at the Class of 2022 and so Derek Neumeier from FC Hockey checks in to talk about a number of WHL players and one standout from the AJHL; Conor Geekie and Matt Savoie (WPG), Kevin Korchinski (SEA), Rieger Lorenz (Okotoks), Denton Mateychuk (MJW) and Matthew Ward (SCB). [50:32] - The 2022 Draft Spotlight gets turned on for the first time this season and it shines on US-NTDP forward Rutger McGroarty who could be a top 10 pick. [1:08;00] - We keep the 2022 Draft Spotlight turned on to feature a player named Noah Boyko who plays for the Lethbridge Hurricanes and is looking to get drafted as a 19-year-old. [1:21:51] - Clean up time for the episode and a look ahead to next week.

  • The Pipeline Show Oct8 2021

    08/10/2021 Duração: 02h16min

    Coming Down the Pipe... [0:00] - The intro for Season 17 of The Pipeline Show [1:27] - Guy begins the episode with the Question of the Week then has some junior news and college notes before going through the guest list. [15:08] - We preview the NCHC conference with the help of Grand Forks Herald writer and long time friend of the show, Brad Schlossman. [41:42] - Jimmy Connelly from USCHO is back on the program to look ahead to the new season for Hockey East. [1:04:56] - Double duty for Anthony Travaglia from College Hockey News who handles both the CCHA conference as well as Atlantic Hockey. [1:27:15] - We call on Drew Claussen of USCHO to make his debut on the program to discuss the Big Ten conference ahead of the coming season. [1:49:03] - Last but not least, the ECAC Conference is in the spotlight thanks to Josh Seguin of College Hockey News. [2:12:50] - Clean up time for the week and a look ahead to future episodes.

  • The Pipeline Show Oct1 2021

    01/10/2021 Duração: 02h09min

    Coming Down the Pipe... [0:00] - The introduction to Season 17 of The Pipeline Show [1:26] - Guy begins the episode with the Question of the Week, junior hockey news and college hockey notes plus the guest list. [18:03] - The QMJHL season preview is done with the assistance of Halifax Mooseheads beat writer Willy Palov. [36:43] - The hottest team in the NAHL comes from Texas; the Amarillo Wranglers and GM/head coach Harry Mahood is my guest to talk about that and his path from Manitoba to Texas. [1:06:40] - The newest team in the AJHL are the Bulldogs from Blackfalds and Doug Quinn (owner, president, GM and head coach) joins me to talk about the process and the start for the team on the ice. [1:23:47] - We get a preview of the USHL with the help of Jim Leitner who is on the beat in Dubuque covering the league and the Fighting Saints. [1:46:54] - The OHL doesn't drop the puck for real until next week but we've got the season preview right now thanks to Brad Coccimiglio of Soo Today. [2:07:08] - Cl

  • The Pipeline Show Sep24 2021

    24/09/2021 Duração: 02h49min

    Coming Down the Pipe... [0:00] - The intro for Season 17 of The Pipeline Show [1:30] - Guy begins the episode with e flurry of junior hockey news and college hockey notes plus the guest list. [17:05] - He's the new man behind the microphone for the Regina Pats and today, Dante De Caria is our inside look into training camp. [47:20] - Brian Munz makes his return to the WHL as the new broadcaster for the Winnipeg Ice. [1:10:09] - Welcome to the WHL Rob Mahon, the new play caller of the Prince Albert Raiders. [1:31:41] - The Saskatoon Blades could be in for a big year or see their window start to close, according to broadcaster Les Lazaruk. [1:58:28] - James Gallo is the voice of the Moose Jaw Warriors who will be turning a corner this year as their vets lead the way for the talented youth. [2:2053] - The Brandon Wheat Kings wrap up the preview of the WHL's East Division with the help of radio man Branden Crowe. [2:48:09] - Clean up time for the episode with a look ahead to next week.

  • The Pipeline Show Sep17 2021

    17/09/2021 Duração: 02h35min

    Coming Down the Pipe... [0:00] - The Season 17 intro for The Pipeline Show [1:20] - Guy begins the episode with the Question of the Week, a bunch of junior and college hockey notes plus the guest list. [15:29] - The Edmonton Oil Kings are in the spotlight with broadcaster Andrew Peard as the guest to explain why many pick them as the top team in the league. [46:17] - Next stop is Calgary with the help of General Manager Jeff Chynoweth who previews the season for the Hitmen. [1:03:03] - The Swift Current Broncos return to the Central Division so broadcaster Craig Beauchemin is back to tell us what he expects from his club. [1:25:01] - Scott Roblin is part of the Medicine Hat Tigers broadcast crew and shares his insight on the always competitive Tigers. [1:48:34] - Is this the year we see the Red Deer Rebels take a big step forward and up the standings? Troy Gillard explains why that might just be the case. [2:10:15] - Last but not least, Dustin Forbes returns to preview the season for the Lethbridge Hu

  • The Pipeline Show Sept10 2021

    10/09/2021 Duração: 02h23min

    Coming Down the Pipe... [0:00] - Intro for Season 17 of The Pipeline Show [1:20] - Guy begins the episode with the Question of the Week, a few junior hockey news and notes plus the guest list for the week. [14:10] - We start going through the B.C. Division with the Kelowna Rockets with the help of Regan Bartel. [42:41] - Next team up is the Prince George Cougars thanks to broadcaster Fraser Rodgers. [1:12:30] - The Kamloops Blazers are in the spotlight and radio man Jon Keen is our insider. [1:33:21] - Dan O'Connor is the voice of the Vancouver Giants who gets everyone prepared for the coming season. [2:01:50] - The last stop on the tour through the B.C. Division is Victoria where the Royals prepare for the coming campaign. [2:20;00] - Clean up time for the week and a look ahead

  • The Pipeline Show Sept3 2021

    03/09/2021 Duração: 02h22min

    Coming Down the Pipe... [0:00] - It's the intro for Season 17 of The Pipeline Show [1:20] - Guy begins the episode with the Question of the Week, a bunch of CHL News and NCAA notes plus the guest list. [16:22] - The Season Preview of the Seattle Thunderbirds comes with the help of broadcaster Thom Beuning. [38: 16] - The Spokane Chiefs are in the spotlight in this segment with play-by-play man Mike Boyle. [1:02:14] - The always entertaining Portland Winterhawks are featured next with radio broadcaster Nick Marek [1:29:27] - Play caller Craig West slides in to preview the coming season for the Tri-City Americans. [1:51:10] - The head coach and General Manager of the Everett Silvertips, Dennis Williams, checks in to preview the season for his team and talk about his path to the bench in Everett. [2:19:45] - Clean up time for the week and a look ahead to which teams are on tap next week.

  • The Pipeline Show Aug27 2021

    27/08/2021 Duração: 01h37min

    Coming Down the Pipe... [0:00] - Season 17 Intro for The Pipeline Show [1:25] - Guy unfortunately begins the show with some tragic news, audio from Edmonton Oil Kings GM Kirt Hill and then the guest list. [13:14] - Matt Van Nus and Chris Clark are the hosts of Pats Cast, a Regina Pats podcast to discuss their show and the team as the season gets closer. [38:38] - Caitlin Berry covers the OHL for Dobber Prospects as well as her podcast, Hockey From Across the Pond. Talking about a couple of players chosen in the 2021 Import Draft and another young British star to keep an eye on. [57:36] - The NCAA Campus Report sees veteran college hockey beat writers Mick Hatten and Jess Myers join to tell us about The Rink Live where they cover everything hockey in Minnesota. [1:33:50] - Guy cleans up the episode and looks ahead to the WHL team-by-team previews that begin next week.

  • The Pipeline Show Aug20 2021

    20/08/2021 Duração: 01h43min

    Coming Down the Pipe... [0:00] - Season 17 intro for The Pipeline Show [1:28] - Guy begins the episode off with the Question of the Week, News and Notes plus the guest list. [14:03] - Adam Lund and Jeremy Boucher are the hosts of the Wildcast Podcast, based in Moncton, NB and covering the Wildcats and the QMJHL. [41:22] - The Commissioner of the North American Hockey League (NAHL) is Mark Frankenfeld who returns to preview the coming season with lessons learned from the last 18 months. [1:16:46] - Cam Moon is currently one of the broadcast voices of the NHL's Edmonton Oilers but we know him best as the previous broadcaster of the Red Deer Rebels. Talking making that transition and also some current WHL stuff too. [1:41:14] - Guy cleans up the episode for the week and looks ahead.

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