We said that we’d save the best for last, so here we go.
With less than one week (!!!!!!) until the regular season starts, Kyle and I rip through the Western Conference to give our standings predictions, along with a reason why you should watch each team.
Except for the Los Angeles Kings. Just don’t watch them.
Just like last week, we poke holes in convention by telling you why the bottom-feeders will win the Stanley Cup, and why the perceived favourites are actually trash.
Do we have the Canucks in the top four of the Pacific Division just so we could trash them? Do we really believe that Devan Dubnyk will lead the Minnesota Wild to the promised land? Did Kyle actually participate in Edward 40 hands in his younger days?
BOOM - BAM— silkynfilthy (@silkynfilthy) September 26, 2019
Our Western Conference Preview is up and let's be honest, the boys are probably wrong
A click below is most likely a waste of time
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Here’s a rundown of the episode:
- Central Division preview (5:30)
- Meanwhile in Canadia (25:00)
- Pacific Division preview (28:30)
- 4. Vancouver Canucks.... (40:30)
Teaser on the new shows (Consider us for your ears, won’t you?)
We hope you love what’s going on with Silky N’ Filthy, and it will continue to come to you every week throughout the season.
That being said, Silky N’ Filthy is all about Puck Talk & Bullshit. We talk some Canucks, but we also talk about anything else interesting going on in the NHL.
Since we’re on Nucks Misconduct, we know there needs to be a Canucks-centric show. That’s why my co-host Kyle Bhawan will be hosting the new Nucks Misconduct podcast: “Sippin’ on a 40.”
All of Canucks nation will be Sippin' on a 40 soon enough. https://t.co/WIPZhaV5pQ— Trevor Beggs (@TrevBeggs) September 24, 2019
We’re also going to debut the fastest hockey show in the world with “The Quickie.”
I’ll be ripping through a topic in hockey in five minutes or less. Just a quick hit while you take your morning poop.
More to come on these two shows next week, when NHL hockey finally returns.