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65 minutes | May 28, 2020
The NHL's Return To Play Discussion
The NHL released a their plans to finish the 2020-21 season with a 24-team playoff series. Lee dives into the plan and discusses it with our audience. Recorded via Facebook LIVE on May 27, 2020
45 minutes | May 21, 2020
The Greatest Captains In NHL History
Who is the greatest Captain in NHL History. What factors should we use to decide. Number one may be obvious - but the rest may surprise you. Lee walks us through his process and his picks and takes questions from the audience. We also address "Hockey Is Not For Everyone" (Players Tribune) by Akim Aliu at the start of the episode. Recorded LIVE on Facebook May 20th, 2020
77 minutes | May 14, 2020
The Best Fan Base In The NHL
Forbes recently released an article of their top-10 sports fan bases in North America. The Pittsburgh Penguins were the only hockey team on the list... Lee dives deep into his thoughts on this topic and answers questions from the audience. Forbes article: https://www.forbes.com/sites/christinasettimi/2020/05/06/americas-most-passionate-sports-fans-2020/#2e8fd2112365 Recorded Live on Facebook May 13, 2020
40 minutes | May 7, 2020
Great Deeds Done Through Hockey
During the pandemic, the hockey world has really stepped up to the proverbial plate in regards to philanthropic work. Lee walks us through several of the stories you may not have heard of good deeds around the game. Recorded Live on Facebook May 6th 2020
44 minutes | Apr 30, 2020
How The NHL Plans To Finish The 2019-20 Season
The NHL has released a proposal to bring back hockey in time to finish the 2019-20 season and have a full 2020-21 season. Lee walks us through and answers questions from the audience. Recorded LIVE on Facebook April 29, 2020
88 minutes | Apr 23, 2020
My Life in Hockey - Lee Elias
We had a poll to decide which topic our fanbase wanted for this week. Lee's life in hockey won by a lot. Off we go! Your weekly escape from Covidland. Recorded live on Facebook April 22, 2020
62 minutes | Apr 16, 2020
The Best NHL Rivalry in History & Best Players of the 90's
What is the Greatest rivalry in NHL History? Lee dives into the history of some of the NHL's greatest bad-blood moments and instances that created rivalries. He also discusses who he thinks is the greatest player of the 1990's. Join us for your weekly escape from Covidland. Recording LIVE on Facebook on April 15, 2020
53 minutes | Apr 9, 2020
Does Fighting Belong In The NHL?
Does Fighting belong in the #NHL today? Join Lee as he discusses the history, era's and hot topics of fighting in the NHL. Join us for your weekly escape from Covidland. Puckdrop LIVE April 8, 2020
56 minutes | Apr 2, 2020
The Five Things Needed to Become a Pro
Your hockey distraction from daily life right now! Tonight's topic, "The Five Things Needed to Become a Pro". Lee walks through his list of essential skill sets needed to make it to the show and answers other hockey business related questions. Recorded LIVE on Facebook, April 1, 2020
52 minutes | Mar 26, 2020
The Greatest Stanley Cup Final since 1980
In this LIVE FACEBOOK simulcast Lee discusses with the audience what he believes is the best Cup Final in recent years. PUCKDROP March 25, 2020
55 minutes | Mar 19, 2020
New technical advancements coming to the NHL
In this episode we go over new puck tracking coming to the NHL, how it will effect the game and we take questions from our audience! Puckdrop March 18 2020
34 minutes | Mar 12, 2020
Alex Ovechkin is the Greatest Goal Scorer in NHL History
Just cause there isn't any hockey doesn't mean we cant talk hockey! In this episode we discuss why Alex Ovechkin in the greatest goal scorer in NHL history. We also answer questions from our community. Recorded Live via Facebook on Friday March 13, 2020
25 minutes | Feb 21, 2020
How the 1980 Miracle Hockey team Used Team Bonding to Win
In this episode, we take a deep dive into the 1980 USA Hockey team and how they used talent, tactics and a team bond to pull off the Greatest Sports moment of the 20th Century.
35 minutes | Dec 5, 2019
Kerry Fraser - Stories from the NHL's Most Legendary Referee
When your NHL career consists of 1904 regular season games, 12 Stanley Cup Finals and over 261 playoff games - you’re going to have some stories to tell. Our guest today on the WeLive.Hockey podcast is Kerry Fraser, one of the most famous and tenured referees in NHL history. We had the chance to sit down with him at the Peconic Hockey Foundation’s annual Legends invitational golf outing at the Sebonic golf club on Eastern Long Island. In this episode, you’ll hear about Fraser’s journey from aspiring hockey player to the NHL Referee training camp, stories from his time in the game and h is thoughts on officiating today and where it will be going in the future.
7 minutes | Nov 19, 2019
Let's talk about the Don Cherry Debate...
The debate over Don Cherry being let go from Hockey Night in Canada has stirred debate throughout North America. However we think its the symptom of a larger problem. This audio is from a recent Quick Shift that Lee did on WeLive.Hockey's main channel regarding the debate.
35 minutes | Nov 4, 2019
Welive Hockey's week in review, and our new partnership with the 1980 team
Lee and Travis give their thoughts on this weeks quick shifts, including how nobody made a big deal about Ovechkin's milestone as the top scoring left wing in hockey. Lee also drops some exciting news about the Welive crew partnering with the 1980 Men's Olympic Hockey team!
8 minutes | Oct 28, 2019
Ron Francis - NHL GM and Hall-of-Famer
If you were the GM of a new NHL team, how would you approach it? We recently had the opportunity to sit down with the new GM of the Seattle NHL expansion franchise, Ron Francis, at the 2019 Peconic Hockey Foundation Legends Invitational Golf outing at the Sebonic Golf club on Long Island. Francis, an NHL Hall-of-Famer, gave us some insight into the process of building a team from scratch.
11 minutes | Oct 23, 2019
Mike Richter - NHL Goalie and Stanley Cup Champion
We had the opportunity to sit down with Mike Richter, famed New York Rangers goaltender who was in the net during the teams 1994 run, at the 2019 Peconic Hockey Foundation Legends Golf outing at Sebonic Golf Club. Richter, who was there in the support of the foundations mission to grow the game on Eastern Long Island, gave us insight into his NHL career, fans and the future of the game.
3 minutes | Sep 30, 2019
Let us introduce you to the WE LIVE HOCKEY PODCAST
Listen to this podcast before the others! This podcast is a little different than our usual content. Some will be our normal goofy schtick, while some will listen like an audiobook. Hopefully, we have a little something for everyone on this one. ENJOY!
14 minutes | Sep 26, 2019
Bryan Trottier's Legacy
What do you think of when you hear the word “legacy”? For Bryan Trottier, you may think that his seven Stanley Cups, Hall-of-fame induction, inclusion in the top-100 NHL players of all time among many other awards from professional hockey might serve as an appropriate answer. And while all of his accomplishments on the ice are something he is proud of, it's not what he refers to as his legacy. In August of 2019, my team and I were privileged to be able to sit down with Bryan in Kitimat, British Columbia - an area pretty far removed from our home in Philadelphia, approximately 3245 miles to be exact. Bryan was there to launch a new initiative across Canada to bring ball hockey to first nation communities to both introduce newcomers to the game in addition using the game as a vehicle for growth, both personally and throughout communities in Canada. It was through this experience that we got a peak at how Bryan views his legacy, and more important the shared legacy of those around him
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