The Belfast Giants have reached the EIHL Playoff Finals weekend in Nottingham. And this weeks A View From The Bridge looks back at the wonderful quarter final performance that took them there. As well as hearing from Carson Chubak, Blaze Coach Chuck Webber and Premier Sports Aaron Murphy.
Two dominant performances over the Cardiff Devils bring the Giants into the Final Four and our regular panel of Patrick, Davy and Coach discuss those performances as well as looking at the results from the other 3 quarter finals.
Carsen Chubak chats to Davy about his excitement ahead of the trip to the NIC.
Chuck Webber, head coach of the Coventry Blaze, lets us in on the secret of his success in turning the blaze from the faltering team of late November to the EIHL’s most in-form side leading to the finals.
While good friend of the show, Aaron Murphy returns to detail the extensive coverage of the EIHL Playoff Finals weekend on Premier Sports!
After a four point final weekend for the Belfast Giants, A View from the Bridge returns with a packed show including interviews with Giants centre Mike Kompon, Cardiff Player-Coach Andrew Lord as well as Former Giants Coach and all round British Ice Hockey legend “Sir” Tony Hand!
Patrick, Coach and Davy look back at the weekends victories over Coventry and Fife considering their effect on the Giants momentum.
Davy talks to Tony Hand about his long and illustrious career upon the announcement of his retirement from on-ice activities.
The guys congratulate the Sheffield Steelers on their EIHL championship and discuss just how close the Clan came to taking the title.
Mike Kompon talks about his season and his excitement for the playoffs.
The IHJUK All Star Teams are announced and we talk over the worth of the recipients.
The latest Team GB side gets an eye cast over it.
While Andrew Lord joins the podcast to talk of Cardiff’s successes ahead of a crunch Playoff Qualifier weekend against the Giants.
We also hear from “Jim from Dundonald” who called the Rant-Line to voice his opinions.
With only a few weeks of the season remaining, A View From The Bridge return to pick over the weekends double header against Nottingham. They are also joined by Dave Simms to talk of his Charity Walk.
Patrick Smyth, Davy McGimpsey and Neil ‘The Coach’ Russell cast their eye over the Belfast Giants performances in the Odyssey Arena over the weekend.
Davy chats to Simmsey after day 1 of his long walk to Sheffield.
The lads look at how tight the title race is at the top
And look ahead with hope to the final two games of the regular season.
We are entering the last few weeks of a long season for the Belfast Giants, and A View from The Bridge returns with a wealth of guests to keep you informed and ‘entertained’. Todd Kelman and Evan Cheverie join in this weeks fun.
Patrick, Coach and Davy look back at the weekend’s loss to the Sheffield Steelers and we head the interview when Giants very own Mark Brooks talked to Evan Cheverie after the game.
Cardiff Devils lifted the season’s first major prize, the Challenge Cup. Todd Kelman and resident AVFTB Steeler, Mark Hitchcock, join us to talk over the game. We also hear from Gareth Huish, commentator from the Cardiff Devils webcast.
The lads discuss how dented Clans title credentials are after a disastrous week against Sheffield and Nottingham.
An The Cat’s Whiskers’ Jono Bullard joins the show to look ahead to this weekends home double header against the Nottingham Panthers.
In an earlier and shorter than usual A View From The Bridge, the team look back at a 2 point weekend for the Belfast Giants. The satisfaction of a home victory over the Hull Stingrays, curtailed by another loss at the Big Blue Tent.
Coach, Davy and Patrick discuss the games as well as some of the tactical changes in this Giants side.
They ask the question if we can finally refer to Braehead as the new EIHL Champions Elect, and look forward to this Sunday’s Challenge Cup Final.
With only one game for the Belfast Giants this weekend, the lads discuss the Giants final visit of the regular season to the Motorpoint Arena in Sheffield.