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Listen to Fer Sure - Episode 35: Micah Blake McCurdy

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Peter and Jay take you around the NHL and beyond.

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Here’s what Peter and Jay have for you this time (all time locations are without the opening ad):

As I said in the quick pre-show audio, we had a connection issue in the non-interview portion, and you’ll hear some clipping in that section. We figured out the cause and fixed it for the interview segment, so that shouldn’t happen again in the future.

Global Series: (00:00 - 10:40) The NHL played two games in Finland, following games in other countries earlier this season. Are these games helping?

Winter Classic Location Ideas: (10:40 - 32:33) Speaking of playing games in other locales, where would be some fun, if unrealistic, locations for future outdoor games?

Interview: (32:33 - 1:08:33) We talk to the person with likely the highest level of math understanding we’ve ever had on, but our guest Micah Blake McCurdy is also very good at explaining what he knows. We talk about his site hockeyviz.com, and he explains fancy terms like line graphs.

Suspension Update: (1:08:33 - 1:12:03) It can be hard to keep track of who is suspended in the NHL. We’ve got you covered.

Pettersson Earns the Ragnarok Award: (1:12:03 - END) The young Canuck turned in a 5 point performance the other night. We bestow a special award on him.


If you are using a podcast app, you can find both this podcast and WIIM Radio (our podcast devoted to the Red Wings) in the same channel - Winging it in Motown. As of right now, you can’t find it on Google Play, but an app like Stitcher should work if you use an Android device for your podcast listening.

Here is the link to our merchandise store. You can get Fer Sure t-shirts in a variety of colors and styles, hoodies, notebooks, stickers, and much more. As I say in the episode, we are donating our portion of money our store earns to the Concussion Legacy Foundation through the end of November.