Hockey discussed in a light and fun way.
Jordon Bourgeault - Carey Price mask artist
Jordon Bourgeault has been designing and airbrushing helmets and masks for beer league hockey goalies and more prominent athlete such as Olympic skeleton riders.
Some time last year Jordon got a message from non other than Carey Price telling Jordon he (Carey) had seen one of Jordon's creations and was interested in getting a similar one done.
One thing led to the other and the mask Carey Price is wearing during the 2021 season was designed and airbrushed by today's guest, Jordan Bourgeault
Autumn Macdougall - Buffalo Beauts
Autumn Macdougall is from the hockey superstar hotbed which is Cole Harbour Nova Scotia.
She started hot playing in boys' leagues until she eventually made the Canadian Women's National program.
Later in January 2021 Autumn will play her first season in the NWHL as a member of the Buffalo Beauts.
Carly Jackson - Buffalo Beauts
Carly Jackson grew up in Nova Scotia, played hockey on boys' teams until College where she was a standout at University of Maine.
Carly was drafted 3rd overall in the 2020 NWHL Draft by Buffalo and is getting ready for the upcoming NWHL bubble season Jan. 23 – Feb. 5 in Lake placid NY.
Warren Nye - Coach
Warren Nye grew up in Canada playing and coaching hockey. Now he is a full time coach and mentor to young players.
Dented Puck Hosts - Drew and Josh
Drew and Josh grew up in the US playing hockey regionally, Josh making it to College hockey. Their love and passion for the greatest game never waned and they both continued playing and coaching. Some time in their 20’s they gradually lost their eyesight. Now both legally blind, Drew and Josh play blind hockey and host a podcast about blind hockey entitled The Dented Puck. 2 great stories of determination, overcoming major challenges and how the love of hockey always prevails.
Chris Cederstrand - Canadian National Sledge Hockey Team
Chris Cederstrand played major junior in Canada. Concussion problems prematurely ended his hockey career. At 25, he suffered a terrible accident which lead to his right leg being amputated. He rehabed all the way to playing on the Canadian National sledge hockey team at the 2014 Sochi Olympics, went back to firefighting and now runs the Cederstrand foundation supporting individuals with physical limitations to reintegrate sport and physical activity. Chris Cederstrand is an inspiration
Great podcast with good insight and awesome references.