Archive for the ‘Blogs’ Category
Using Asvitt Photography Photos, Brandon Kisker illustrates his top 5 moments by using photos during the regular season. These are high quality photos so this entry may take a minute to load properly and is best viewed on a computer (Photos by Asvitt Photography).
Play-by-play broadcaster Caleb Lamb takes you through his Top 5 favorite moments from the Thunder’s 2013-14 regular season, with an ode to colored ice, road trips and much more.
Broadcaster Caleb Lamb writes about his Top 3 moments, both on the ice and off, from the final weekend of the regular season, in this edition of the Broadcast Blog.
Military Weekend was amazing and moving…from the tributes to the puck droppers, however it was also amazing up in the broadcast booth due to the actions of one of our kid broadcasters and the interview with SSG Lawrence McGuire.
Broadcaster Caleb Lamb “checked in with” forward Andrew Clark, talking about his first-career call-up to the AHL with the Bridgeport Sound Tigers and what that experience was like in this edition of the Broadcast Blog.
Thunder broadcaster Caleb Lamb breaks down the ECHL’s rules on how players qualify to play in the postseason, and who is and is not currently eligible to play for the Thunder in the playoffs.
Thunder broadcaster Caleb Lamb takes a look at the questions surrounding possible changes to the NHL’s overtime/shootout set-up in this edition of the Broadcast Blog.
NHL Trade Deadline Day is one of Brandon Kisker’s favorite days of the year, and this year’s deadline featured plenty of drama and intrigue! Check out five observations made about Trade Deadline Day 2014!
In today’s Color Me Kisker, broadcaster and as of last night, skills competition judge Brandon Kisker, talks about the Top 5 things he learned during the Bulletproof Energy Drinks Skills and Drills Competition (Photos by Asvitt Photography).
Team USA goaltender Jonathan Quick pretty much sums up the month of February but in Brandon Kisker’s latest blog, he puts a positive spin on five things in February.