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Batchelor & Cullen
Hockey Fight!!!
The hockey debate show you’ve been waiting for is here, as professional broadcaster and Sportsnet 650’s Voice of the Canucks, Brendan Batchelor is joined every week by deranged hockey fan and professional comedian John Cullen. Each week, the two men will FIGHT!!! against the established world of hockey with some off-the-wall opinions and analysis you won't find anywhere else. It's time to drop the gloves!
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Ratings & Reviews
4.4 stars from 13 ratings
feels good to hear some people talk about sports
decembers edge via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 05/10/21
Excellent Show
This is just what this market needs. There’s a lot of uninspired shows SN650 right now, but Hockey Fight is not one of them
Texas Toast 69 via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 05/05/21
A breathe of fresh air
So many hockey podcasts are brought to you by people who don’t know the game inside and out. Hockey Fight brings the professionalism of a bona fide NHL play by play man, and the humour of a truly great comic, this one is a weekly must listen, to me
cosh justodio via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 05/05/21
Recent Episodes
As John and Brendan prepare to take the rest of the summer off, they join you one last time this season for a recap of all the wild happenings on NHL Free Agency day, including Tony DeAngelo finding a new home, what the best and worst contracts handed out were, and what these very high salaries...
Published 08/02/21
Published 08/02/21
It's a true Fight on the pod this week, as John feels like Arizona got the better of the Canucks in the blockbuster deal they made Friday, where Brendan (mostly) likes it for the Canucks. Plus, Seattle's got a perplexing team and we also dive into the other big perplexing deal this weekend, as...
Published 07/26/21
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