clock menu more-arrow no yes

Filed under:

BSH Radio 46: Another trip to the Adirondack Mountains

New, comments
Puck drop on Friday night at the Glens Falls Civic Center. (Travis Hughes/Broad Street Hockey)
Puck drop on Friday night at the Glens Falls Civic Center. (Travis Hughes/Broad Street Hockey)

As if the several stories on the Adirondack Phantoms or the Matt Walker jokes this week weren't a dead giveaway, we made a trip up to Glens Falls, N.Y. over this past weekend to catch a few games.

After Saturday night's game against the Toronto Marlies, a 2-1 Phantoms win in the shootout, myself, Geoff and esteemed BSH reader Don prepared for a night out in Saratoga with beers and a radio show. Much to our surprise, we actually did talk hockey for just about all of the show, despite Geoff's many attempts to sabotage the endeavor with ridiculous impersonation attempts.

We talked about several players who impressed us over the weekend (Jason Akeson and Garrett Roe lead the list), the play of tall Tommy Sestito, Matt Walker's surprising foot speed, the crowd in Glens Falls and what hockey means to the small town of 14,000, the confusion of a five-round AHL shootout as opposed to a three-round NHL shootout and much more.

Get the show after the jump.

Or, you can just click the little play button right here: