Two-Man Advantage w/ Burnside & LeBrun - A Show on the NHL

Two-Man Advantage w/ Burnside & LeBrun - A Show on the NHL

Published by: The Athletic
40 Episodes | First Released: Sep 13 '18
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Justin Hillyard
Mar 5
Rating:   10
Two Insightful

One of my favorite NHL-related podcasts, along with Craig Custance's "The Full 60" (also for The Athletic) and "ESPN On Ice" with Wyshynski and Kaplan.They bring insightful and compelling info and analysis, with enough humor and banter to keep things fun. Great storytelling while doing a great job of simultaneously covering the smaller day-to-day and week-to-week stories while also hitting upon the bigger picture of the league and the game.Scott and Pierre have worked together for a long time over the years and have excellent chemistry and rapport as a result. They're good friends off-air and that comes across in each episode.I particularly enjoy when Craig Custance makes the occasional visit as a guest on the show, bringing back fond memories of their time together on ESPN's "Hockey Today" podcast.Keep up the wonderful work, guys! :-)

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SharksFan1947
Feb 23
Rating:   10
Best Hockey Podcast

I love this podcast. Scott and Pierre, two veteran sportswriters, provide their unique insight into the latest NHL happenings.

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wildp0wn
Feb 19
Rating:   8
Great content. Bad distraction

I love the dialogue and knowledge on the show but on the Rutherford episode this week there is constant banding noise in the background. Appreciate the thoughtfulness in the discussion but PLEASE tighten up the production quality

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TedtheWildFan
Feb 8
Rating:   10
Excellent

Pierre and Scott are a pleasure to hear every time. The deep knowledge of the NHL and all its characters and personalities is gold. They may lack the bite and swagger of Ray and Dregs, but the they make up for it in wisdom and articulation.

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NYRPhan35
Nov 23 '19
Rating:   8
Solid hockey podcast

Came for the insight, stayed for the Brass Bonanza. Interesting takes and a great pair of perspectives on all things hockey.

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Xtoval
Nov 7 '19
Rating:   10
Great Overview

Pierre and Scott are veterans and professionals. Objective views. A must listen.

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codyadarnell
Feb 9 '19
Rating:   4
Great content, horrendous audio quality.

Please get new mics.

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connectthetrotz
Jan 18 '19
Rating:   6
Good content, poor sound quality

Good content but you guys sound like Muppets

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Mister weny
Jan 15 '19
Rating:   8
Fix this!

Worst audio of any podcast I have ever listened to.

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Timaaa
Jan 14 '19
Rating:   2
Terrible audio

Content doesn’t matter, the audio quality is so god awful you can’t listen to it. How about a little investment and effort on the production? iTunes should ban this.

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Kirnel1974
Jan 12 '19
Rating:   6
Great Content...But Please Improve Production Value

January 11 episode is a great example of why I love and loathe this podcast. The discussion on CBJ and Bobrovsky was really interesting. But it was completely derailed by phones going in and out, and Scott’s constant paper shuffling. I love this podcast and the great work from Scott/Pierre and the excellent guests, which makes the production issues so frustrating. This will be the best hockey podcast once the production level is raised.

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imken24
Jan 5 '19
Rating:   4
Done

It took 12 whole minutes to make the Seguin/Benn comments from Lites to turn into Toronto talk. I’ve heard enough of this recording from an underwater bathroom sounding joke.

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BigRedhockey21
Dec 11 '18
Rating:   10
Great Insight and Guests

Cannot match the hockey knowledge of Burnside and Lebrun....but they need a little more professional editing and engineering to get the finished product more on par with most podcasts. I will keep listening and hoping that it improves.

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Ashamed to have listened
Dec 10 '18
Rating:   4
Disappointing

Quality commentary, poor production. Constant stammering, throat clearing, and audio quality issues. Guys you are great, but even the best meal is ruined by a curly black hair in the entree.

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