My iPod Meets the NHL

Posted: August 26, 2011 by Realdeal in Hockey Fun
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A song from my Ipod for every NHL team. Think you have a better song? Leave it in the comments.

“I’ll Wait” by Van Halen
Still waiting on Selanne…still waiting…
“Life’s Been Good” by Joe Walsh
When you’re the defending champs, Life is very good.
“Money” by Pink Floyd
New owner Terry Pegula is pulling out his cash and throwing it at players like Ville Leino & Christian Ehrhoff.
“Burning Down the House” by the Talking Heads
The Flames are going nowhere with their current core, and maybe it’s time to burn it down.
“Call Me the Breeze” by Lynyrd Skynyrd
Carolina’s a decent team, but they aren’t quite Hurricane status at this point.
“No Excuses” by Alice in Chains
Shouldn’t be any reason why the Blackhawks aren’t back in the Cup contender mix.
“Mountain Song” by Jane’s Addiction
Last year, the Avs found out that it’s a tough climb up the mountain, but an easier slope down.
“Breakout” by Foo Fighters
With all of their additions, the Blue Jackets might be a team to keep an eye on for a breakout.
“Wrong Way” by Sublime
For a while, the Stars were headed in the right direction, but losing Richards for nothing doesn’t help.
“Warriors of Time” by Black Tide
Not only are the Wings fighting the NHL, but Father Time too. And doing a good job.
“The Future’s So Bright, I Gotta Wear Shades” by Timbuk3
Future is bright for the Oilers with their youngsters, but the present…not so much.
“No One Knows” by Queens of the Stone Age
Will Florida’s summer spending spree, will they be better? Or is it a random mix of guys?
“Knights of Cydonia” by Muse
Not Kings of the NHL yet, but they’re Knights working their way up.
“Born to be Wild” by Steppenwolf
With a bunch of new players, the SharksWild are going to have a new attitude this year.
“Long Time” by Boston
Might only be 19 years, but it seems like forever that Montreal won to Canadiens fans.
“Outshined” by Soundgarden
A very good team that everyone always forgets, thanks to sharing the division with Detroit and Chicago.
“Number of the Beast” by Iron Maiden
SIX. SIX. SIX. The contract of the beast!
“Flirtin’ with Disaster” by Molly Hatchet
With the recent rejection of the new arena plans, the Islanders might be nearing disaster.
“Big Bang Baby” by Stone Temple Pilots
The Rangers made a splash into free agency, signing the big fish Brad Richards.
“99 Problems” by Jay-Z
Ottawa’s got 99 problems but Sergei Gonchar being rich ain’t one…it’s five of them.
“Who Are You” by the Who
The Flyers are going to set a franchise record for programs sold on opening night.
“Save Me” by Shinedown
Wasn’t Reinsdorf or Hulsizer, will someone save the Coyotes?
“Little Wing” by Jimi Hendrix
The team’s top wing, James Neal, had one goal in 20 games with the Pens.
“The Day That Never Comes” by Metallica
Will the day Joe Thornton & Patrick Marleau hoist the Cup ever come?
“Reeling in the Years” by Steely Dan
The two big Blues additions of the offseason were Jason Arnott and Jamie Langenbrunner.
“Twilight Zone” by Golden Earring
Two years ago, Tampa was one of the worst teams in the league. Now they’re conference finalists.
“Come on Feel the Noise” by Quiet Riot
Whoops, forgot I was talking about the ACC.
“I Predict a Riot” by the Kaiser Chiefs
Uhhh…did anyone see what happened in Vancouver last year?
“Good Times, Bad Times” by Led Zeppelin
Four years in a row a division win turned into an early exit.
“The Boys Are Back in Town” by Thin Lizzy
Guess who just got back today? Them wild-eyed boys that had been away.

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Comments
  1. goaliesgetmorebetches says:

    My Kings’ pick would be Iron Maiden’s “The Wicker Man” whose chorus is “Your Time Will Come!”. That time is now.

  2. John Russo says:

    I love how Dan tells me how irrelevant Jay-Z is when I made a 99 Problems Phillies t-shirt YET he uses a Jay-Z song on this list.

    Overall, a couple of these made me laugh: “Carolina’s a decent team, but they aren’t quite Hurricane status at this point.” Washington also made me laugh.

    And I can’t comment on a music post without complementing the fact you used a Steely Dan song. Major kudos to that.

  3. Dan MacNeal says:

    hey i never said Jay Z was irrelevant!

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