Hungry for Hockey Talk Podcast
As the (self-proclaimed) Hockey Outsiders, the three of us are just a couple buddies who wanted to share our thoughts and insights on the biggest news stories coming out of the NHL both fantasy and IRL. We are a podcast meant for all you armchair analysts, general managers and fantasy managers.Every week of the regular season we will break down fantasy relevant injuries (our Broken and Mended Wheels segment) and dish out our suggestions for hot waiver wire pickups for the upcoming week in our Fantasy Den segment.If you like the podcast, please share our beautiful voices with your friends and family (bring your mum!) and give us a rating if you’re listening on Stitcher! We can also be found on Spotify, Apple and Google Podcasts, TuneIn, PlayerFM and Pocket Casts. Get at us on Twitter and Facebook @HFHTPodcast and give us a follow! Or, if you’d like to email us questions or comments, we can be reached at email@example.com. Thank you all for tuning in!
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