MayorsManor Live: 2016-17 RD1 Playoff Podcast with The Kid

For the third straight season, we’re looking to have a little fun heading into the Stanley Cup Playoffs. Before we get to all the criticism for some predictions – and one thing is certain, you won’t like several of our picks – sit back and enjoy something a little different on this edition of the MayorsManor Live podcast.

We have something a little more personal to share this time around, as my 11-year-old son joins the show to offer up some post-season predictions. The kid is obsessed; watches and talks hockey non-stop. Just like the past few years, though, everything you hear below was all him. We didn’t discuss anything ahead of time and recorded the entire show live in one take. Who wins between Ducks-Flames, Sharks-Oilers, Blackhawks-Predators, Wild-Blues, Penguins-Blue Jackets, Canadiens-Rangers, Capitals-Maple Leafs, Senators-Bruins? It’s all packed into this conversation.

Enjoy the show using the player below or download any of our audio files for free on the MayorsManor iTunes page located here.

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  1. The kid knows his hockey…11 years old. OMG…Well done.