The Rink Shrinks

Oct 4, 2022 |


Episode 89: Team Managers, Season Length and Mo’s Moment

BY & Motts-arella-stix are back for the latest episode of The Rink Shrinks, with a fresh episode featuring all of your questions from the mailbag. Beforehand, the guys catch up on Motts’ golf game last week, BY has some things to share about attending weddings, & BY has another gripe he needs to get out there. Then the guys open up the mailbag to answer your questions plus we bring our first “Mo’s moment”!

Some questions include:

A team manager for youth hockey
The length of the season
Injuries leading to a missed season
The inaugural “Mo’s moment”
The My Hockey Rankings Question of the week!

The fellas wrap up the show discussing the “Cancer Can’t” event that is coming up in a couple weeks and give a tip on the proper way to check.

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