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They were bullies, snipers, journeymen, netminders and above all else....legends. They all have their own stories to tell. They were hockey players. They are hockey players. My dad is one of them (Flyers and Penguins great Orest Kindrachuk). Each week, this show will reveal what made you love ‘em and what made you hate ‘em. I go beyond the stats and the trophies and find the person inside the uniform.It’s an NHL Alumni podcast unlike any other. Oh, and my hockey world starts in Philly. But i ...
 
The Last Podcaster Standing searches the globe for the bizarre, strange, weird and idiotic headlines, events, and the people in them. Sharing personal stories and "Shootin' The Sh*t" on random topics along the way. Hosted by Grant (The Kilted One ), Jason (The Angry Ginger), Joe (The Sniper), Tom (Mr. Know It All), and Stephanie (The Google Goddess). We talk dirty. We laugh. We don't make headlines, we make fun of 'em!
 
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If you've watched hockey over the past 40 years you know this man. Bill Clement. He put the finishing touches on the second Cup win, scoring a late goal (assisted by my dad who took the most vicious hit of his career on the play). He was the first Bully to be traded after that. To Washington. It was tough leaving Philadelphia. He's had quite a care…
 
Only overshadowed by the LCB line is the second greatest trio in Flyers history. The Legion of Boom. The center and both wingers over 6 feet tall and over 220 pounds. Imagine facing that. John LeClair was one of the greatest goal scorers I ever had the pleasure to watch. This guy should get a lot more HOF buzz. One of the best Americans ever to pla…
 
"He was a dirty player. He deserved it." Yes, there was nothing in Flyers history like the Broad Street Bullies. But there was one almost. The mid-80's team. Tough. Skilled. Ferocious. And the toughest one of them all was Dave Brown. One of the NHL's greatest enforcers. A Bruise Brother. One of my favorites growing up for reasons you'll hear in the…
 
"I've got a breakaway! And at the neutral zone....my groin just pops." It was a funny career and he's a funny man. No one is arguing for him, as a player, to be a Hall of Famer. But he's as intrinsic to the Flyers as anyone in history. Coatesy's Corner, the Flyers intermission show, was the best part of the franchise for almost a decade. He never s…
 
"Then he's out there running around like an idiot. I go out and line up beside him in the face-off and I say 'Lookit...if you don't knock this shit off, we're gonna find out who's tougher...me or you.'" Mad Dog. Scourge of the Red Army. The Hound. Grass Fairy? Bob Kelly had a lot of nicknames. No player in the history of the league played the game …
 
#26. Two time Stanley Cup Champion. Broad Street Bully, Flyers Legend. I know him as something else as well. Dad. It's Father's Day, so what better time to have him on the podcast and talk about life before, during, and after hockey. Orest Kindrachuk. Get to know him like I do. I'm your host Zak Kindrachuk. My dad used to play hockey.…
 
This is a first for the show because he was a first for hockey. 2 years before the Boston Red Sox, the Boston Bruins had the first black member of their storied franchise. Willie O'Ree. He was also the first black player in NHL history. Beyond that, he did it all without vision in one eye. He's an NHL Hall of Famer. One of the true ambassadors of t…
 
The greatest brothers in Flyers history. 7 All Star games between them. 2 Cups each. Both retired with an identical 38 goals. Jim and Joe Watson. The only their better at than hockey is telling stories about hockey. Two Bully legends together. This was a fun one. Get to to know them. I'm your host Zak Kindrachuk. My dad used to play hockey.…
 
“It was Keenan and I who went to the hospital to identify him.” “He took us down to the end of the dock, and said and I got something to tell you, I'm going to retire when I get back.” “I wasn't good enough is the short answer.” He almost took a sales job with Procter and Gamble, giving up pro hockey forever. He was told he was told too small too m…
 
“There's frustration from that. There's a fair bit of depression that goes with it. You go from being a real good player in the league to a couple years later struggling to skate through the middle of the ice.” “It really gives you a chance to remember the sacrifices your family made.” “Johnny would fly down the boards. We'd start the game with pos…
 
“The majority of players never win the Cup. When you accomplish it, that's something, that's not matchable.” “I took the Flyers general manager job anyway, and wasn't ready for it.” "My loyalty was always to Mr. Snider. I doubt I would have come back if it wasn't for him.” THE Captain. The greatest Flyer. My dad's teammate. Just a regular Flin Flon…
 
“They all think it's fun and games, and that other problems in life don't exist. Which is not true, sometimes they are amplified.” “You start to think. And as a goalie the worst thing you can do is think” It barely seems fair that the Edmonton Oilers squad from the 1980's, with names like Gretzky, Kurri and Messier, would also have a hall of fame g…
 
“Anytime anyone looked at me, he beat the crap out of 'em” “We were young and dumb and i think that helps.” “Thank you, Mario!” I am programmed to hate him. As a Flyers fan Bryan Trottier is on the long list (and growing longer) of players you immediately booed. An Islander. A Penguin. Six Stanley Cups as a player. One more as a coach. I like him n…
 
“If I become the coach of this team, you'll get fired.” “I said to a reporter one day the only thing that's going to stop this team is money.” “You can't punch worth a damn because you couldn't even knock me out when I didn't see it coming.” Player to player-coach to GM to President to Hockey Hall of Fame. An Oilers and Rangers legend. He won a sle…
 
She never got the chance to lace up the skates but she's as tough as anyone who did. Her name isn't on the Cup. But without her, my dad's wouldn't be either. He was a Broad Street Bully. A brute. But that's only half the story of that legendary team and their everlasting impact on the great city of Philadelphia. The other half lies in people like L…
 
"The greatest pure goal scorer I ever saw" - my dad on Reggie Leach My dad used to play hockey. His son used to play hockey. His dad used to play hockey. Both won Stanley Cups. Reggie and Jamie Leach. A great duo doing great work for the First Nation. Both hilarious. One loves Winnipeg as much as I do. Only one was referenced on It's Always Sunny i…
 
Booooooosh. You probably know the name by the chant. Brian Boucher. A weird goalie in that he's kind of normal. He's an NBC Sports Analyst. He's an NHL Record holder. You might not know that. You definitely don't know he does an impersonation of one of the greatest goalies ever. Brian Boucher. Flyer Great. Get to know him. I'm your host Zak Kindrac…
 
"The movie portrayed Herb Brooks as a nice guy. Ha." "He said, if you don't win this one, you're going to take it to your f'ing graves" Mark Johnson. A member of the most inspirational team in Olympic Hockey history. The 1980 Men's US Squad. The Miracle on Ice. Also a former teammate of my dad's. Quite the NHL career too. Not to mention coaching 6 …
 
"That team, that team loved the fans. Because you know, they weren't millionaires" "So I took the Russians and taught them how to order cheesesteaks." The VOICE. For almost fifty years, Lou Nolan has been the public address announcer for the Philadelphia Flyers. No goals, no assists. But a million stories. Get to know him. He knows the team better …
 
"I used to get to get together with Craig Berube and Dale Hunter and have a few beers and watch other teams” To find their weak spots. Those are some nefarious peers. He was a Pest. It seems like he was a lifetime Flyer. Skilled and tenacious. Such a nice fella, though. You know him. Get to know him better. NBC Sports hockey coverage couldn't live …
 
As performed by me, Zak Kindrachuk and my band The Toros. Lyrics: My dad used to play hockey But he don't anymore And when he comes home at night He wants to know the score Of the Flyers game And it's such a shame 'Cause if he played today He'd make much more pay 'Cause 25 years ago My dad used to play hockey His team was really great 'Cause 25 yea…
 
"The first game I played, I gave up 22 goals." "For two weeks, I was in darkness. In the hospital." "Alcohol became my good friend." "To get one more chance to unite with your fans, that was a beautiful thing." Only the Lord saves more than Bernie Parent. One of the greatest goalies in NHL history. A Flyers legend. An oddball. Get to know him. Epis…
 
"The worst game I ever had to play was when I was traded to LA and came back to Philly." "People thought I couldn't wait to fight. I hated fighting. Hated it." "I felt like a wounded warrior, and that's how I became an alcoholic." He's a two time Stanley Cup Champion and a member of the Philadelphia Flyers Hall of Fame. Get to know him. #8 opens up…
 
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