Hockey for Christmas
In the holiday-themed episode of the Puck Junk Hockey Podcast, Sal Barry and Tim Parish share their stories — as well as stories submitted by listeners — about getting hockey cards and hockey memorabilia for Christmas. Thanks to everyone who shared their own memories for this podcast, which is 1 hour and 9 minutes long. Also, the Puck Junk Hockey Podcast is now available on Spotify and TuneIn, plus many other popular podcast providers.
Show Notes and Links
All about the New York Islanders Christmas Album
Commons 4 Kids Charity
The Original Pittsburgh Penguins Logo
The “Conceited Swan” Penguins Logo
“1929 NHL Tweets” Twitter account
The Bruce C. Goaltending Museum
The Story of Festivus
More info about this episode’s cover image
Finally, here’s the Wayne Gretzky Overtime Table Hockey Game that Sal finally got after five years of asking for it:
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Podcast intro & ending music for this episode is from the New York Islanders Christmas Album, entitled “Home for the Holidays” and released in 1979.
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One thought on “Puck Junk Podcast: December 23, 2019”
I discovered hockey cards in 1986 and to this day, my grandmother – now 90 – gets me a box of hockey cards every year. But it was those Topps boxes from 1986 to 1989 that are still the best gifts of all.