Cat’s Whiskers TV 19th November 2013

For the first time Cat’s Whiskers TV is split into two parts this week.

In Part One we review all the other Elite League games that took place over the past week, including Edinburgh’s stunning win over the Belfast Giants.
We look back at David Clarke’s Testimonial and interview Giants coach Paul Adey, Clan assistant coach Kevin Bergin, Steelers netminder Geoff Woolhouse & the legendary David-Alexandre Beauregard, all of whom were involved in the evening.
Jono & Paul discuss Robert Farmer’s release from the ECHL’s Alaska Aces before looking ahead to Panthers involvement in the Continental Cup in Italy & the rest of the week’s upcoming games.

In the second part of the show we look exclusively at both Panthers v Steelers encounters from the weekend.
Our Steelers correspondent Scott Antcliffe gives his views on Saturday’s game, while Jono, Paul & Aaron give their views direct from the Bunkers after Sunday’s game, along with fans of both teams & a quite superb rant from Steelers fan Alan Claringbold
Finally Jono & Paul are back in the Bunkers on Monday evening to discuss the bans on Brett Henley & Tuukka Makela as they were announced by the EIHL.

As this is the first time we’ve split the show into two parts we’d be really interested to know what you thought of it and if it works for you, so comments & feedback would be very much appreciated.

Part One

Part Two

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