On Monday’s episode of Spititn’ Chiclets the guys are joined by Hockey Hall of Famer and Boston Bruins President Cam Neely. Cam joins (34:48) to discuss his playing career, his acting career, winning the cup in 2011 and a ton more. The guys also touch on some TV shows and movies they have been watching, along with another game of All Right Hamilton (01:35:58).
Spittin' Chiclets Episode 256: Featuring Keith Yandle & Kevin Hayes
On Thursday’s episode of Spittin’ Chiclets the guys are joined by Keith Yandle and Kevin Hayes for the entire episode. The guys open up with some Tiger King talk (03:55) with a few spoilers. The boys also touch on the NHL season and what a couple of current players think the league should do. The boys also play some All Right Hamilton (57:43) and wrap up with an unbelievable Foley prank story.
Spittin' Chiclets Episode 255: Featuring Mike Commodore & Zach Werenski
On Monday’s episode of Spittin’ Chiclets the guys are joined by Mike Commodore and Zach Werenski. Commie joins (39:53) to discuss what he has been up too, how he dominated the NHL trade deadline, the coronavirus and more. Zach then joins (01:25:33) to discuss what took him so long to get on, Torts and his contract, the fans in Columbus and a bunch more. The guys also get into some movie talk and the return of All Right Hamilton (01:55:30).
On Thursday’s episode of Spittin’ Chiclets the guys are joined by Josh Hennessy. Josh joins (41:51) to talk about his friendship with Whit, playing for his hometown team, playing in Russia and more. The boys also talk coronavirus, some NHL signings, Tom Brady leaving New England and a bunch more. Then the guys wrap up with Whit talking about the USGA (02:06:03).
Spittin' Chiclets Episode 253: Ft. Derek Sanderson
On Monday’s episode of Spittin’ Chiclets, the guys are joined by a legend of the game, Derek Sanderson. Derek joins (38:02) to talk about his career, being the highest paid athlete in the world, Bobby Orr and more. The guys also talk about the NHL postponing the season and they give their takes on what the next steps should be. Other than that, it’s basically a free for all.