"The 30th Bronco" (Episode 15)
Chris Beaudry has lived through great tragedy, and suffered pain many of us could never imagine. The former Humboldt Broncos assistant coach recalls the tragic events of April 6th, 2018. Remarkably, it was the second tragic hockey team bus accident he’d been involved in. Beaudry’s story is one o…
"The Night Wick Went Blind" (Episode 14)
The greats are often seen as super human and Hailey Wickenheiser is no exception. Even her teammates are in awe of her, often to the point of intimidation, and take away her ability to see and she'll still find a way to get it done. Enjoy this tale of how extreme focus can lead to an unfortunate …
"Milbury's Solo Bag Skate" (Episode 13)
No two coaches are the same. They all have their own approach to the game, their own methods of motivation. Former NHLer Dave Poulin recounts learning this first hand, after being ripped out of Philadelphia via trade to Boston, where mid-slump, he found himself in a bag skate unlike any he'd ever…
"The Accidental Taunter" (Episode 12)
Mike Johnson. Great hockey player. Great broadcaster. All around great guy. Who could possibly hate him? You could never picture him being disrespectful, but as we learn in Episode 12 of beauties, things are not always what they seem.
"Biz Nasty's Last Dance" (Episode 11)
Paul Bissonnette, better known as Biz Nasty, had a storied hockey career. Perhaps more off the ice than on, but storied nonetheless. So much so, that the stories from that career, have propelled him to podcasting superstardom and made him one of the most recognizable names in the game. On this e…
"The Great One Liner" (Episode 10)
Whenever Wayne took the ice, the way he could make it all seem so natural, you’d swear he had a sixth sense. So his sense of humour should come as no surprise. This episode focuses on the verbal joust, and subsequent mic drop moment, that changed the course of the 1985 Stanley Cup Final.
“Can You Believe It?!” (Episode 9)
On the Eve of the Nation’s favourite tournament, we look back at one of the most memorable moments in Canadian Juniors history. At only 18 years old, Jordan Eberle hits the grand stage and delivers a performance for the ages. A year later, despite never having played for the Tampa franchise, Jor…
“Fastest Skating Girl” (Episode 8)
Less than 15 seconds. That’s all it took for Kendall Coyne Schofield to change the game forever. In only one lap around the rink she turned her story into history, and inspired generations to come.
“Whit, Bugsy and the Overbooked Private Jet” (Episode 7)
From the ice to the pod, to the drinks on ice, this guy has seen and done it all. Reminiscing about his ’06-’07 Penguins Penguins teammates, Ryan Whitney tells the ultimate tale of teamwork, selfless sacrifice and brotherhood among players…and then he tops it with a story about sitting on the toil…
"Bobby Mac vs Tretiak" (Episode 6)
This tale is one of both pain and glory. One of conquering fear, a tale of stepping up in the face of greatness, without a single hesitation. A tale of lacing them up and showing them how it's done. Not bad for someone who "never played the game".