LEE’S SUMMIT, MO – The Sin Bin continues to work toward our goal of becoming the premier site for minor pro hockey news and information for fans across North America. Today, we are proud to announce two steps which will help in that process.
We are announcing a second pregame show has been added to our roster. Beginning October 15, Wichita Thunder fans will be able to listen to The Sin Bin/Wichita Thunder pregame show, hosted by Matthew Harding and Zach Courter, prior to the start of each Thunder home game. Fans will be able to listen to the show through the Mixlr app, by searching Wichita Thunder.
“I approached The Sin Bin guys several years ago about doing something like this and am excited for it to come to fruition,” said Wichita Thunder Director of Communications, Jason Mals. “Joe, Matt, and their staff work hard to cover the league in all of their markets. I hope this brings a different insight to our fans leading up to the games at home each night.”
“We are very excited to bring The Sin Bin Pregame Show to the fans of the Wichita Thunder,” The Sin Bin Editor-in-Chief Joe Rozycki said. “Matthew Harding and Zach Courter are two of the most knowledgeable minds in minor pro hockey and they will add a great dynamic to the already terrific broadcast experience provided by Jason Mals, the voice of the Wichita Thunder.”
“Zach and I are fired up to host the pregame show!” Harding said. “We look forward to bringing fans a mix of fun, interviews and insight each night. We would like to thank Joel Lomurno and Jason Mals for partnering with The Sin Bin to bring fans a pregame show.”
In addition, The Sin Bin/Missouri Mavericks pregame show, hosted by Joe Rozycki, Mavericks Color Analyst Ryan Gibson, and writer Adam Twenter, will be on the airwaves for a second season beginning Saturday, October 22. The trio will be live from the gondola at the Silverstein Eye Centers Arena every Mavericks home game night and will take fans up to minutes before opening faceoff.
“We are excited for year two of The Sin Bin/Missouri Mavericks Pregame Show!” Rozycki said. “Between Ryan Gibson, Adam Twenter, and myself, Mavericks fans were able to enjoy a show full of insight, analysis, debate and a lot of fun mixed in. Year two will only be bigger and better.”
The Sin Bin team would like to thank Thunder General Manager Joel Lomurno, Jason Mals, Mavericks General Manager Brent Thiessen, Communications Director Ray Schmitt, Bob Rennison and their staffs for working with us on these endeavors.