A View from the Bridge is action packed this week, with no fewer than 6 interviews looking across the EIHL and the forthcoming weekend of NCAA action at the SSE Arena.
Patrick, Davy and Aaron discuss the two Challenge Cup victories over the Flyers and cast their eye over the other events in the EIHL, including the video replay that took place in Cardiff on Saturday.
To preview the Friendship Four tournament this weekend the lads are joined by the weekend’s project manager Shane Johnson, Rhonda McClure gives us her take on the what to expect this weekend as the NCAA writer for The Pink Puck website.
Davy talks to the Coventry Blaze forward Jordan Pietrus about his time as Captain of Brown University’s team in our final team profile.
While Simon Kitchen catches up with Brown’s Jason Guerrerio and Nick Lappin after their practice at the SSE Arena.
There is of course The Fan Agenda
And with the only Giants game of the week being against the Manchester Storm, Omar Pacha speaks to Patrick about the improvement in their game over the last few weeks… before giving us an insight to how Neil Russell has rubbed off on him…
The Giants took 3 points from the 3 games at the weekend and AVFTB, as always, returns to look at how they performed. Brandon Benedict is the special guest while Aaron and Patrick preview the visit of Colgate University to the Friendship Four, speaking with, Assistant Coach, Mike Harder.
Davy gives his two cents on the Steelers negotiations for compensation.
Mark Hitchcock and Graeme Thompson chat to Patrick about the crazy game in Braehead on Saturday.
And theres all your favourites form the Fan Agenda and the Taxi Award!
A weekend of serious attrition for the Belfast Giants, but with 2 points in the bag from the possible 4, AVFTB returns to casts its eye over the action. Former Giant, and Boston Bruin, Bobby Robins joins the show to share his memories of this weeks featured NCAA side UMass Lowell.
Davy, Patrick and Aaron look at the games against Nottingham and Manchester, discussing the DOPS reviews from the weekend also.
We also have the post match comments of Omar Pacha and Adam Keefe.
Simon Kitchen hands out this week’s Taxi Award sponsored by Fonacab.
Gareth Huish of IceTime TV chats with Patrick ahead of the Giants final visit to the Big Blue Tent.
The lads answer your questions on The Fan Agenda in association with Belfast Giants TV.
And with 3 games in 4 days, Edinburgh, Cardiff and Dundee are discussed.
Four points gained ‘the hard way’ for the Belfast Giants in two Scottish battles. 6 points were handed as the Giants were forced into almost 130 minutes of hockey. Colin Shields joins A View From The Bridge to chat about his own bumper haul of goals in those games.
Davy is back from holiday to join Aaron and Patrick, wasting no time in getting us up to speed with his own opinions of the last few weeks.
Northeastern University is the subject of the first of our Friendship Four tournament previews and to do so we are joined by one of the original Belfast Giants line up…. Jerry Keefe!
The Fan Agenda is tackled, as well as a good look around the league.
And with games against the Panthers and the Storm this weekend, Neil Russell returns to AVFTB telling us tales of life in Altrincham/
After the drama of last week, A View From The Bridge returns with an extended 2 part interview with Player/Coach Derrick Walser. The lads also look back to a 4 point weekend against Sheffield and Dundee.
Simon Kitchen joins Patrick and Aaron to look at DOPS, 1Direction and the return of Stevie Lyle.
Derrick Walser chats to Patrick about how he feels this season is going so far.
Your questions are asked in The Fan Agenda, and there is a Taxi award to be handed out!
And an eye is cast over this forthcoming weekend’s visit to Scotland.