Hey Bill Ranford, how many beers does the Stanley Cup hold?

We received an email yesterday from Ian Walker, a longtime hockey writer with The Vancouver Sun. It seems he’s heading up a new project now called WalkerBigTalker TV. He sent over a clip from their first episode and it’s definitely worth sharing.

Earlier this summer, when the Stanley Cup was at the home of LA Kings goalie coach Bill Ranford – already a two-time Cup winner during his playing days in Edmonton – Walker and the former Oilers netminder talked a few NHL memories and then got down to the real business…just how many beers can the Stanley Cup hold?

Watch and find out…

For some other fun with the Cup, be sure to check out our feature piece titled ‘Saturday with Stanley’ here.

If it’s more Ranford you crave, then our recent MayorsManor show with Kings assistant coach Davis Payne is a must.  Click here for discussion about Ranford now vs. the time he spent with Boston in the mid-90s – along with tons of insight on the newest addition to the Kings coaching staff.

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Comments

  1. Media guy says:

    Great content as always. Thank you for the video.