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LAFAYETTE, La. — After six excruciatingly long weeks, Mike Campos and Matt Harding emerge from their post-season slumber and bring y’all another episode of the sometimes-hockey-related hijinks we call our Inside the SPHL Podcast!

Our error-prone 53rd episode, recorded on June 25th, 2018, is the first of our 2018 summer series of silly-season podcasts.

Here’s what the boys had on the agenda:

  • We unveil our brand new theme music for the 2017-18 season and Harding is pumped AF.
  • What’s the better marketing plan? Snickers, which makes you smarter and nicer – or Milky Way, which seems to do the opposite?
  • Since we last aired, we lost our friends in Mississippi but gained new, familiar ones, in the Quad Cities.
  • The QC Storm hits a home run with the hiring of the SPHL’s first female team president in Gwen Tombergs.
  • We break down all of the SPHL coaching changes from last season.
    • Dave Pszenyczny named the first coach of the Quad City Storm.
    • Dan Bremner begins his first full season in Roanoke.
    • Leo Thomas makes history in Macon.
    • Jesse Kallechy attempts to stabilize the bench of the Fayetteville Marksmen.
    • Rod Aldoff returns for his third go with the Pensacola Ice Flyers
  • One of our broadcaster friends lands a new gig.
  • For our Walmart Product of the Week… You can drop it like it’s hot when you take a squat!

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1 COMMENT

  1. Matt and Mike, after Jordan M hung the QC out to dry and let the ECHL, damn them to hell, keep the Mallards trademark, what name would you have suggested? The Storm is better than the Ice Vipers or the Dingos or other names suggested. It is easy to kvetch, but more difficult to come up with viable names. The Storm can refer to tornadoes, ice, or snow. Allowing fans to choose a name is fraught with dangers.

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