Bluenotes Podcast: Razing Arizona, a look at the 2020-21 Arizona Coyotes

2020-21 Arizona Coyotes

Last Word on Hockey presents The Bluenotes Podcast! The latest addition to the stable of LWOH Hockey Podcast Content. Every Monday and Thursday, Tom Franklin and The Man Called Wags discuss the latest happenings with the St. Louis Blues and around the world of hockey. Featuring Guy The Hawaii Blues Fan’s “Aloha Commentary” and the latest lyrical stylings from Luke “Teriyaki Fingers” Widbin! So sit back and enjoy the latest news and fun from Bluenotes, and get an advance look at the 2020-21 Arizona Coyotes!

Bluenotes Season 2, Episode 17

The Blues racked up 10 goals and only allowed two against a slumping Anaheim Ducks this weekend. Tom and Wags break down what worked and what didn’t. Luke joins us with a Week 3 “recap rap,” which is the best way, to sum up, an entire weeks of action in a fun three-minute capsule! In Guy’s Aloha Commentary, he takes a deep look at the evolving saga of Vince Dunn and what the future lies for him.

Then it’s a look ahead at the Tuesday/Thursday set with the Arizona Coyotes. Cori Crenshaw of “Sporty with Cori and Richie” joins the show for some insight into the West Division’s enigma. The 2020-21 Arizona Coyotes, on paper, have the talent to be a formidable foe. They have a solid goaltending tandem (Antti Raanta and Darcy Kuemper), solid defenders (Oliver Ekman-Larsson, Jakob Chychrun) and intriguing young offensive firepower (Clayton Keller, Conor Garland, Christian Dvorak). Cori explains why it hasn’t clicked for the Coyotes, whether the playoffs is realistic for them this season, and somehow debate the merits of St. Louis-style pizza and Provel cheese.

Who are Tom and Wags? Tom Franklin grew up in Arnold/Imperial, Missouri and Wags grew up in Maryland Heights, Missouri. They both grew up diehard fans of the St. Louis Blues and have always loved talking about their favourite team. Tom was never athletic enough (or rich enough) to play hockey, but Wags still plays to this day! You can find Tom’s work at Guy The Hawaii Blues Fan’s work can be found at

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