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S4 - Episode 19: Ian Mendes Goes Underground

We finally caught up with our longest running guest this week. Ian joins us after far too long an absence but it was worth the wait. He has some really interesting things to say this week about Clouston, Hartsburg and the last two seasons of strife for the Sens. Man, we missed Ian! And you will likely be missing a certain inky cast member this week. Stooli takes the night off so at least you know the show will be less offensive, which may or may not be a good thing.

This was a pretty good week for the Sens:

Edmonton 2 – Ottawa 4
Buffalo 3 – Ottawa 6
Stinking Dirty Leafs – Ottawa 2
Tampa 2 – Ottawa 3 OT
Ottawa 3 – Boston 5

Even the loss against the Bruins was a pretty darn good effort that came up a little short but you have to like the fight they showed. It wasn’t that long ago a first period deficit meant game over but Clouston seems to have these guys believing that they are never out of it. We look at the change in the team since the T1000 took over.

We also discuss comments Jason York of the Team 1200 made about Sens fans and their treatment of past goalies. This causes a pretty good head mashing. “ Stick-Gate”, courtesy of Ron Wilson, is a topic of discussion as is Shredder’s visit to a magical land deep in the bowels of SBP (but Russell saved $4).

We give our version of the News, not Stooli style, and Shredder does the WORST rendition of “WHAT!!?? OMG!!!” you’ll ever hear. The Golden Gawd has enormous junk and Shannon is his newest disciple. Your e-mails and talk of the impending cat fight between Hillary and Carrie.

Pffft…like you could do better.

S4 - Episode 19: Ian Mendes Goes Underground

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