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This week, Adrian sits down with Colorado Hockey Now colleague Terry Frei to talk about the Avalanche getting healthy, the team's recent play, Darcy Kuemper and whether he should be traded, and, of course, the talent that is Cale Makar.
This week, Adrian welcomes longtime Avs national anthem singer Jake Schroeder to talk about his 1,000th performance with the team, his career as a rock band lead singer, and his current career leading a nonprofit on behalf of World War II veterans an... more
The Colorado Avalanche, and the podcast, are back! In this edition of Can't Hear What Jeremy Says, AD welcomes in Colorado Hockey Now colleague Terry Frei to debate how much pressure coach Jared Bednar is really under this year, plus they give a rund... more
Good Avs times with AD!!
Poor audio quality. Poor analysis. It’s an old man yelling at clouds. No substance to his opinions. Comes off as an egomaniac that just wants people to think he’s still relevant. His takes come across as if he doesn’t even watch the games and just reads a stat sheet. Just overall a bad product from someone that refuses to grow with the game and understand what the game even is anymore. more
I love the Avs and would consume almost any Avs content... except this podcast. The audio quality is horrendous, there really isn’t any format, it’s basically just Adrian Dater rambling and a poor college intern agreeing with him the whole time. This is a clear example of someone thinking “I can do a podcast, all I have to do is talk for an hour”. Luckily, there are other alternatives for Avs podcast content. I highly recommend you do your self a favor, skip this one and head over to the DNV... more
Very little content to AD’s New pod. I enjoy when Jesse is on but solo AD just rambles. If you are looking for quality Avs podcast listen to AJ and Rudo on DNVR Avalanche podcast. 👍
The best Avs reporter by far!!! Keep it up!!!
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Can't Hear What Jeremy Says launched 2 years ago and published 57 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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