Praise Be To Foley, Vegas Golden Knights Hockey Website Podcast #257: Health Is Coming

As the Golden Knights get ready to embark on a challenging road trip, we look into what we’ve learned through 41 games and what needs to happen moving forward to make us feel great about the team’s chances to win the Cup. Hosted by Ken Boehlke and Jason Pothier.

  • VGK’s issues in front of the net
  • DeBoer system’s fit for depth players
  • Why the LTIR route keeps getting less likely
  • Time to be dominant

And much more…

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  1. Tim

    Ken it’s your site so you can do what you want but a two hour and twenty four minute podcast is a little over the top. The way you guys jibber jabber back and forth is a waste of time. Condense it down to forty five minutes with actual news not you and Jason trying to talk over each other and I think you’d get more listeners. Just a thought.

    • J. Griffith

      Absolutely! Trim it down to 40 minutes of news!’

      40 minutes maximum.

      I won’t even bother to listen to this one.

  2. THE hockey GOD

    Coach was happy with energy level put in, for last game. Despite the fact that team didn’t get their legs until half way through the final period. Goalies has repeatedly and consistently kept the team in games this years when the rest of team are wavering and languishing trying to get their timing, energy, cycle , puck possession game going.
    Jan 20
    “I thought we put in the right amount of work to deserve two points tonight. Their goalie was good, they got a couple of timely goals, but I like the way we stuck with it.” -DeBoer

  3. Galdom

    I would have to somewhat agree in regards to the length of the podcast. I don’t know if it has to be 40 minutes maximum but I’d say something closer to 60-70 minutes maximum like goaltender interference episode 15. Might be tougher to do a shorter podcast then a longer podcast. It’s an art too get everything you want to say in the shortest amount of time. I would know as my posts are too long.

  4. Blitz

    I think you should leave the pod cast alone. I am guessing these guys just listened for the first time. Otherwise these guys would know that your podcast for years has been you and Jason arguing for hours. Why change it now. Bunch of Dick-Taters.

    • Tim

      Blitz, my point I’ve tried listening to a podcast or two same ole same ole time wasted on everything but hockey. I never listen anymore to your point of Ken and Jason arguing, talking over each other not a very profession format it’s like they make it up as they go along. Anyway there seem to think is’t ok so that’s all that counts.

    • THE hockey GOD

      maybe someone should introduce them to the fast forward button at the bottom.

      speaking of taters

      I got thrown out of a bar in New York City. Now when I say I got thrown out of a bar, I don’t mean someone asked me to leave, and we walked to the door together, and I said, “Bye, everybody, I gotta go.” Six bouncers hurled my a$$ out of a nightclub like I was a Frisbee. Those big ol’ New York bouncers who thinks bouncing’s a cool job. They just talk about bouncing. They get together with other bouncers and talk about bouncing. They go home and watch Roadhouse [Retarded voice] “Patrick Swayze’s hittin’ another guy! [laughs stupidly]” for wearing a hat. I walk in a bar with a hat on; this guy, real lippy, goes “Take off the hat!” [proceeds to mock-flex, looking much like a gorilla] I’m like, “What’s the deal?” “I’ll tell you what the deal is- maggots in this area wear hats and we’re trying to keep ’em out of our club.” I was like, “Oh really? The only way we can tell down in Texas is if they have a haircut like…yours.” And he got all ticked. Anyway, I took off the hat, and he walked away. About an hour later, I was drinking and I forgot. You ever forget? It happened to me. I put the hat back on, now, I’m between 6’1″ and 6’6″, depending on which convenience store I’m leaving, and I weigh about 235 lbs, and this guy is pokin’ me on the shoulder with two fingers. He said, “That’s it, you’re outta here!” I said, “I don’t think so, Scooter.” And I was wrong. They hurled me out of that night club, and then they decided to square off with me in the parking lot. But I backed down ’cause I didn’t know how many of them it was going to take to whip my a, but I knew how many they were going to use. That’s a handy piece of information to have, right there; overkill.

      The cops were called ’cause we broke a chair on the way out and I refused to pay for it. I refused to pay for it because we broke it over my thigh. The cops showed up, and at that point, I had the right to remain silent — but I didn’t have the ability. The cop was like, “Mr. White, you are being charged with drunk

      I was like, “Hey, hey, hey, hey, hey, hey! I was drunk in a bar. They threw me into pub-lic. I don’t want to be drunk in pub-lic, I want to be drunk in a bar, which is perfectly legal… arrest them!”

      They didn’t arrest them. Instead, they had me do a field sobriety test. That’s where you stand on 1 foot, raise the other foot 6″ off the ground and count to 30. I made it to “wuh” (loses balance). “Is that gonna be close enough?” It wasn’t close enough, so they call in for my arrest record. There’s some good news! Satellites are linkin’ up in outer space, computer banks at NASA are kickin’ on, there’s a telegraph in Fritch, Texas going (makes a long series of beeping noises, imitating Morse Code, pauses, takes a deep breath, and continues with the beeping) This part takes a while. (more beeping noises followed by a trilling Brrrrrrrrrrrrrp) Shorthand. (a pause) Beep

      Anyway, I told you that story to tell you this story. When I was 17, was arrested for being drunk


      (Jeff Foxworthy says “There seems to be a pattern here, Ron.”) (continuing) If you knew Morse Code, you’d already know that. And one DWI, which was a bogus charge because they were stopping everybody that was drivin’ down that particular sidewalk

      and that’s profilin

      and profilin’ is wrong. On the drunk in public charge, the arresting officer, who I had literally known all my life, you know what I mean? This guy lived four doors down from me in a town of less than 400 people. We’ve met. Anyway, at the station, he asks me if I have any aliases. And I was just being a smartmass and said, “Yeah, they call me… Tater Salad.”
      Seventeen years later, I’m handcuffed to a bench with blood comin’ out my nose, this cop comes up to me and says, “Are you Ron… ‘Tater Salad’ White?” You caught me! You caught the Tater! You can take down those roadblocks now. I call my son Tater Tot.

      white, Ron.

  5. Daryl

    Not all pod casts need to last as long as others… I’m good with both as long as I’m getting good info

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