Nothing But Shenanigans Podcast Episode 1

Paul "Hokey" Hokanson and I talk about the New England Patriots QB situation, why Bill Parcells belongs in the Patriots Hall of Fame, how the pandemic will cause issues in sports, and other sports shenanigans. We also talk about some of the TV shows they've been watching lately. Check us out here: Nothing But Shenanigans... Continue Reading →

Today in Worcester hockey history: May 11

2009 at Providence 4-3 loss (Atlantic Division F, trail 3-2) (WORSHARKS) Patrick Traverse scored first but the Bruins scored three times in the 2nd period as the Sharks dropped Game 5 by the score of 4-3 at the Dunkin Donuts Center on Monday night. The Sharks now trail the best of seven series 3-2. The... Continue Reading →

Today in Worcester hockey history: May 9

2009 vs Providence 1-0 win (Atlantic Division F, tied 2-2) (WORSHARKS) An early goal by Tom Cavanagh and strong goaltending from Thomas Greiss was all that the Sharks would need as they knotted the Atlantic Division Finals Series at two with a thrilling 1-0 win inside a loud DCU Center on Saturday evening. Greiss' shutout... Continue Reading →

Today in Worcester hockey history: May 8

2009 at Providence 5-3 win (Atlantic Division F, trail 2-1) (WORSHARKS) Five different Sharks scored on Tuukka Rask and the Sharks took Game 3 of the Atlantic Division Finals series by a count of 5-3 in front of 5,167 at the Dunkin Donuts Center in Providence, RO on Friday night. The Sharks took their first... Continue Reading →

Today in Worcester hockey history: May 7

2010 at Manchester 2-1 OTL (Atlantic Division F, eliminated 4-2) (WORSHARKS) Viatcheslav Voynov scored 1:55 into the overtime period and the Worcester Sharks were eliminated from the Calder Cup playoffs, 2-1, in game six at the Verizon Wireless Arena on Friday night. Ryan Vesce scored the only goal of the game for Worcester as the... Continue Reading →

Today in Worcester hockey history: May 6

2009 vs Providence 4-2 loss (Atlantic Division F, trail 2-0) (WORSHARKS) After a week long hiatus since Game 1, the Sharks and Bruins clashed for Game 2 of the Atlantic Division Finals at the DCU Center Wednesday night. Despite a solid performance from goaltender Thomas Greiss and a 3rd period spark from Dan DaSilva, Worcester... Continue Reading →

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