Hope you’re stocked up on toilet paper and bread because the DMV is about to get slammed by wintry weather. On the eve of the big storm, Ian and I got together to chat about the unspeakably dominant Caps’ season, the narrative driving their success, and how cold it is in my dang house.
Plus, Steve Dangle of Sportsnet joined us to talk about Shane McMahon and Oscar the Grouch. And hockey.
On December 23, 2015, In Podcast, By Peter Hassett
Merry Christmas, RMNB Maniacs, which is apparently what Ian is calling you now. The hockey team is on break, but the blog team never sleeps. We all got together on Tuesday night to share tidings of joy and talk puck. We also answer your questions, including the Tom Wilson/bust question, doing the wave at Verizon Center, TJ Oshie’s scoring pace, Brooks Laich’s hidden value, and which moment this season was the most bailamos-y.
On November 25, 2015, In Podcast, By Peter Hassett
Ian and Pat joined me on Tuesday night to discuss the 2015-16 Washington Capitals, who, with twenty games in the books, look like a very special team indeed. Special guest Dimitri Filipovic of The Hockey PDOcast joined us to spit hot fire about Tom Wilson, Evgeny Kuznetsov, and more.
Plus, we reveal things about Chandler Stephenson you may not know and discuss our favorite Thanksgiving side dishes.
It is time. RMNB is back and so are the Washington Capitals. Ramping up for the 2015-16 season, we’ve got a special hourlong podcast for you. With us this time is special guest Alan May, CSN analyst and human flamethrower, here to share his thoughts on the Caps offseason, the evolution of fighting in the NHL, and good local beer.
It’s a good podcast, and it’s gonna be a good season. Let’s do it!
Good morning, Caps fans. Ian and I got together last night to discuss the Caps’ seven-game victory over the New York Islanders, the upcoming series against the New York Rangers, Ovi’s bid for the Hart, and a heck of a lot more.
The big day is here! Tonight at Verizon Center, the Washington Capitals take on the New York Islanders for the first game of the playoffs. There’s a ton going on in our world today, so we addressed a small portion of it and a whole lot of nonsense for an hour of RMNB podcast inanity.
We discuss Ian’s punk rock education, the Swedish national temperament, losing Grabo, Flipcup Forsberg, Barry Trotz’s retractable head, which ASOIAF house the Caps would be in, which songs the Beatles wrote on LSD, and taking scoarpik to the bank. We also talk our picks for the playoffs, how the Caps stack up against the Isles, what the future of this team is. It’s an hour of hockey power. Enjoy!
Ian and I got together on Saturday night instead of having social lives. We have assembled for you an hour and change of hockey chat. Maybe you can listen to it while you run errands today or while you’re stuck in traffic on Monday morning.
Ian and I convened on Sunday night to reflect on a successful weekend of Capitals hockey, answer your questions, and share some completely indefensible opinions about the team and sport we love so much.
Plus we answered your questions from the #HeyRMNB hashtag. Thanks to everyone who wrote to us! There are long discourses about emo, poms, pink eye, Frederick High School basketball, and user-experience engineering for the web.
Oh, and there’s a portion about Ovechkin and Hitler that might be unfollow-worthy. Lemme know.
Good morning, RMNBers! It’s hockey season at last!
After a million long months, approximately, the Capitals are back in action. They’ll host the Montreal Canadiens tonight. Ian and I got together on Wednesday night to talk about our enthusiasm for the looming season, what players will determine the team’s fate, and just a little bit of baseball. Not too much, but the whole Orioles/Nationals divide is so fascinating among Caps fans.
Ian and I got together on Monday night to talk about the draft, free agency, development camp. That was the plan at least. Instead, we talked about Transformers, Ninja Turtles, the sitcom Dinosaurs, #rmnbwedding, and our never-ending war for burrito supremacy.