The Rink Shrinks

Jun 20, 2022 |


Episode 74: Mailbag + Elev802 Co-Founder & Social Media Guru: Swaggy P

BY & Motts are back with a very special mailbag episode featuring former professional hockey player turned social media sensation and co-founder of Elev802, Pete Lenes a.k.a. Swaggy P! Before Swaggy P joins, the guys give their Stanley Cup Final predictions, share their thoughts on the Bruce Cassidy firing and congratulate a local inspiration. Then, the boys are pleased to welcome the filthy hands of hockey, Swaggy P (24:17) for the mailbag to share his story and answer all of your questions. Some topics include:

His time growing up in Vermont and playing at UVM
What skills to work on, on and off the ice
Teaching hockey IQ or can you?
Starting Elev802 with former NHLer Torrey Mitchell
+ much more

BY & Motts wrap up the show answering the My Hockey Rankings Question of the Week, a local pickleball league opening up this summer, and get you geared up for our Street Hockey Festival which takes place August 7th & 8th in Kingston, MA.

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