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Sean McIndoe, Ryan Lambert
Puck Soup
We're Sean "Down Goes Brown" McIndoe of The Athletic and Ryan Lambert of EP Rinkside and this is a hockey podcast, in the sense that we talk about hockey, both on the ice and about fan culture. That’s the “puck.” This is also a podcast about movies, TV, fast food, life lessons and general idiocy. That’s the “soup.” Unless you ordered the minestrone.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.6 stars from 2,268 ratings
One sticking point
I like the podcast content wise. The only thing is that one of of the hosts speaks with this overly macho, growly wrestler voice that I find a bit silly. It’s distracting to listen to but not a deal breaker.
pdmac89 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 04/20/23
These guys stated Yzerman is overrated in an episode just a few weeks ago. That alone should lose you all credibility. Their opinions come off as know it alls and state it as the absolute truth. Especially homie whose voice sounds like he hiked his pants to his belly button in middle school and...Read full review »
MrWhittyWhit via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/22/23
A great (mostly) hockey pod.
Love the show. A great mix of hockey, humour, and other random conversations.
DanTh3Man16 via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 02/22/23
Recent Episodes
Sean and Ryan talk about the first two games of the Stanley Cup Final, new hirings, the three-way trade, and more.   Sponsored by Raycon ( and Gametime (download the Gametime app and use code PUCK)
Published 06/07/23
Sean and Ryan talk about the end of the Conference Finals, preview the Cup Final, and then get into all the GM and coaching changes this week. Plus Sean has a quiz.   Sponsored by Athletic Greens (, Bespoke Post ( promo code PUCK and Gametime...
Published 05/31/23
Published 05/31/23
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