Cam shares his thoughts on the 2018 Stanley Cup finals and who he thinks will win between the Las Vegas Golden Knights and the Washington Capitals.
Cam and Kris attended a screening of the Flin Flon movie and offer their review. Cam shares his thoughts on seeing Flin Flon forty years later.
-What hockey player would eat glass?
-A story about Barry Dean, his car being repossessed and what happened in the desert.
-Brian Maxwell, his $100 bets, and why he is the fastest beer drinker in the world
-A listener asks who the last hockey player Cam spoke to, Cam says Wayne Gretzky, Rich Preston and Tom Laidlaw and shares who Rich Preston thought would win the Cup.
-The importance of Marc Andre Fleury to the Pittsburgh Penguins
-A listener asks if there are any more stories about Fred Shero.
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We’re back with a new episode dedicated to the Humboldt Broncos.
Cam shares his thoughts on this tragedy and offers his insight and shares some stories on his time playing junior hockey and taking long bus rides in the Canadian north. Playing in the juniors has probably changed a lot since Cam played junior, but his stories are really fun to hear.
Kris gets Cam to share another embarrassing story of a fight with a goalie. What does Cam do in that fight that he’s embarrassed to talk about (but does)?
Questions and discussions center around:
-Are goalies fair game to bodycheck when they leave the crease?
-Cam’s thoughts on his prediction that the Las Vegas Golden Knights would make the playoffs?
-Who’s to blame when a hockey team with lots of potential doesn’t make the playoffs? The coaches, management or players?
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Welcome to the first episode of the View from the Penalty Box with former NHL hockey player Cam Connor. This episode is a quick introduction of what the View from the Penalty Box with Cam Connor is all about.
Cam discusses the recent passing of Dave Semenko; why Cam chose the WHA over the NHL/Montreal Canadiens; and talks about playing junior hockey in Flin Flon, Manitoba.