We finally have our first NHL podcast! The Puck Sluts Podcast is hosted by college hockey players Steve and Sean Leonard, and Chris Freitag, co-owner of “The FishTank Apparel“. They will be discussing only and everything hockey! So, if you are a hockey fan, I highly recommend you tune in! You can follow them on Twitter right here and stay up to date on all their podcasts via YouTube right here! You can also check them out on Instagram, @puckslutspodcast_thefishtank.
Want to know a bit more about this podcast? We got you covered:
“Welcome to the first edition of Puck Sluts, an all hockey podcast presented by “The FishTank Apparel”. With this podcast, we’ll come together each week to discuss what’s going on in the hockey world, and share our point of views. Why should our opinion matter to you? Simple. Our show is hosted by 3 men. Two of them have played hockey their entire lives, and currently are playing at the collegiate level. Steve and Sean Leonard are twins from Rockaway, NY, and the only thing that outweighs their expertise on the topic of hockey is their skill. Steve currently plays for the UMass Dartmouth Corsairs, while Sean plays for the SUNY Fredonia Blue Devils. Our third host is Co-Owner of “The FishTank Apparel” and Editor/Lead Writer of The FishTank Blog, Chris Freitag. Despite not having the talent that the Leonard’s have, Chris is a hockey addict, as well as a New York Islanders die hard and season ticket holder.”
In this episode:
“This first episode has the guys previewing the NHL season and giving their predictions as to how it’ll pan out, discussing recent player scandals, and Helen Keller conspiracy theories. Yeah, it’s a little all over the place.”
I'm a washed up D3 college baseball player who is pursuing their MBA in Accounting. I love baseball, basketball, and football; while rooting for the New York Mets, New York Knicks, and New York Giants. Most of the time it is full of misery. I have recently found a passion for writing about sports. I have posted a few articles for Last Word on Sports and I have now created my own website (the-sportstalk.com). You can check out my articles there and also follow the twitter account @_thesportstalk.