The Chatterbox, Vol. 25

Anthony Bitetto’s fight last night was pretty fantastic. Mike Liambas’ face during the fight was even better! (Photo Credit: Jeff Hanisch)

Last night the Admirals won 4-2 over the San Antonio Rampage and continued their stellar run of performances dating back to two weeks ago.

Ever since the Admirals hosted the Pekka Rinne show they have gone 6-1-0-0 and have scored 35 goals from 7 games. In that span they also added some new blood in the form of Calle Jarnkrok and Francis Wathier. Jarnkrok has 7 points (5 goals, 2 assists) in 5 games – he has yet to not score as a member of the Admirals. Wathier has also factored in from the checking line with 2 points (1 goal, 1 assist) in 3 games since joining on loan from the Texas Stars.

Things just appear to be coming together at the right time. To think, not really that long ago, we were chatting about a 5-game winless streak.

After last night’s game I talked with Milwaukee Admirals head coach Dean Evason. I also talked to Scott Darling and Anthony Bitetto – all while Cassadee Pope blasted in the background. I then partook in a “Formula 1 is back” party – hence why this wasn’t up sooner than it typically is.

Let’s jump straight into last night’s post-game audio, shall we?

Dean Evason talks crowds, games, and the road stretch ahead:

Evason’s opinion on the penalty shot call:

Evason discusses the “Bork Line” of Forsberg-Jarnkrok-Cehlin:

Evason, “Bork Line” continued:

Evason on leapfrogging the IceHogs in the standings:

Evason’s thoughts on Scott Darling’s night in net:

Evason talks Filip Forsberg and his development:

Scott Darling on his first start in two weeks:

Darling discusses the penalty shot and the Hockey Gods:

Anthony Bitetto’s thoughts from the win:

Tony and I talk about his fight:

Tony and I chat about the upcoming four-game road trip:

Comments on the comments? What did you make of Evason’s audio in regards to Filip Forsberg? Do you feel like the combination of Forsberg and Jarnkrok should develop in Milwaukee this season and hit the NHL together moving forward?

One thought on “The Chatterbox, Vol. 25”

  1. Yes, The Swedish line should remain in Milwaukee and play in the playoffs. The Preds have no hope of making the playoffs. Why call up a guy to play every other game in the NHL?

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