You may be going stir crazy right now, but we're way ahead of you.  Jersey sure is a hockey hotbed.  Plus, Joel Ward is using his retirement to appreciate what matters:  Ball hockey!

Don't be down on HIT the DEK.

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You know what we're talking about.  No hockey?  No problem.  We'll get you all caught up on your options.  Plus, when the game resumes, the USA has some bidness in Switzerland.  We are not neutral.

The NHL may be closed, but Gritty's big orange shadow still looms.  Resplendent.

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Permit us to sell you on this week's episode.  Ontario celebrates a four day weekend where the hockey don't stop.  Ain't no tourney like a Family Day tourney, eh?  Plus, Stefanie Caban is a U.S. hockey phenom who may or may not hit people over the head with her stick.  (She does not.)

This episode of HIT the DEK is (not) brought to you by Hyundai.  Game On.

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The goal of this episode is to educate you on some netminder developments.  A coach in Minnesota is charting plays in real time to give his goalies the edge.  And, a Toronto 'tender hops off his Zamboni and into an NHL crease.  Plus, are we starting our own streaming service?  No, but you'll wish we were.

Honk if you're petty.

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Forty years later, that gold is still just as shiny as the day it was won.  This week is all about (mostly about) the team of scrappy American kids that beat the unbeatable Red menace.  It's been exactly four decades since the Miracle came true in Lake anything-but-Placid.  Grab a hot dog and some apple pie, and go back with us.

Come for the pride.  Stay for the lunatic.

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This week we're falling for Ben Harpur, who's making a big splash with his charity dek tournament up in Niagara.  Plus, ball hockey is worth investing in.  Just ask the guys in Orillia.  We also discuss buying new web domains, site unseen.

Happy fourth anniversary!  We got you a podcast.

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It's Hockey Week(s) in America!  How are you celebrating?  Plus, Seattle is ready to name its new franchise.  Will it be a disaster?  And the verdict is in on the orange menace.  Do we owe him an apology?

Time to broadcast some opinions.

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This week we're discussing an extraordinary ball hockey goalie being courted by the pro's.  He should probably finish High School first.  Plus, what's in a name?  A whole lot of silly conversation, apparently.  Helping the homeless is also nice.

We toque the time to make you a good one.

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HtD drops right in the middle of a big weekend.  We'll tell you all about it.  And giving is contagious.  Feel free to get exposed.  And that orange guy may have some explaining to do.  How wide do they actually make handcuffs?

The bigger they are...

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In this week's session, we're working through some stuff.  Not your concern.  What you should know is that Newfoundland has a Ball that's devoted to hockey, but maybe not dek?  And is lacrosse the new hockey?  James has opinions.

Slide on over to that play button and collapse into some HtD.

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