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Tag Archives: Brock Lindow

Snipe City: Welcome to the off season!

Posted by on July 14, 2015

Snipe City is a weekly hockey column by 36 Crazyfists vocalist Brock Lindow and PUCKHCKY founder Matt Marini. What day is it? Wait… What month is it? I’ve been on the road for dang near 7 months straight and the tours have been incredible, after many years of concentrating on markets outside the US we have […]

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Snipe City: Playoffs continue on, Edmonton makes draft moves

Posted by on May 4, 2015

Snipe City is a weekly hockey column by 36 Crazyfists vocalist Brock Lindow and PUCKHCKY founder Matt Marini. The tour with Nonpoint ended in Jacksonville, Florida the other evening and we played an outside venue right on the waterfront. From the left side of the stage was Hooters and I could see the Rangers -Pens game on. […]

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Snipe City: Playoff picks while 36 Crazyfists are on the road!

Posted by on April 16, 2015

Snipe City is a weekly hockey column by 36 Crazyfists vocalist Brock Lindow and PUCKHCKY founder Matt Marini. The tour stop in Los Angeles @ House of Blues on Sunset always brings me back to the Flyers – Penquins series a few years back. There was a journalist scheduled to interview me right at the start of […]

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Snipe City: Take off to the great Northwest

Posted by on April 9, 2015

Snipe City is a weekly hockey column by 36 Crazyfists vocalist Brock Lindow and PUCKHCKY founder Matt Marini. I spent last weekend in the Pacific Northwest and in particular, I caught a long storied franchise of a tourney called The Northwest Classic, an adult open tournament that has all the bells and whistles and has been  running […]

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Snipe City: The Frozen Four drop the puck

Posted by on March 31, 2015

Snipe City is a weekly hockey column by 36 Crazyfists vocalist Brock Lindow and PUCKHCKY founder Matt Marini. We are a few days into the tour supporting our brothers in Nonpoint and it’s been incredible so far. Starting the tour around Minnesota, Illinois and North Dakota has not sucked at all, with all the hockey history […]

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Snipe City: Playoff race is heating up!

Posted by on March 24, 2015

Snipe City is a weekly hockey column by 36 Crazyfists vocalist Brock Lindow and PUCKHCKY founder Matt Marini. I took off on Saturday and traveled for three days and 1,900-plus miles to Minneapolis to start the tour tonight! I have always loved Minnesota; my dad is from Park Rapids and it’s very similar to Alaska in the hockey sense. […]

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Snipe City: The Puck drops here

Posted by on March 17, 2015

Snipe City is a weekly hockey column by 36 Crazyfists vocalist Brock Lindow and PUCKHCKY founder Matt Marini. I spent the entire last week in the sub zero temps of Girdwood , AK where we have a ski cabin and spent my down time off tour at my “Happy Place”, but I can’t help but feel […]

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Snipe City: Always wear elbow pads!

Posted by on March 10, 2015

Welcome to Snipe City, a weekly column looking at hockey from 36 Crazyfists singer, Alaska native and huge hockey fan Brock Lindow. 36 Crazyfists’ new album, Time & Trauma, is out now on Spinefarm Records. Read an interview we did with him here. Advice: When gearing up for a pond hockey tourney and one of the boys […]

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Snipe City: Leopold returns to the Wild

Posted by on March 5, 2015

Welcome to Snipe City, a weekly column looking at hockey from 36 Crazyfists singer, Alaska native and huge hockey fan Brock Lindow. 36 Crazyfists’ new album, Time & Trauma, is out now on Spinefarm Records.  Forgive me for the late entry this week, as I’ve been nodding off between intermissions and trying to acclimate back into […]

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Snipe City: Minnesota goes Wild, Hershey Bears down

Posted by on February 23, 2015

Welcome to Snipe City, a weekly column looking at hockey from 36 Crazyfists singer, Alaska native and huge hockey fan Brock Lindow. 36 Crazyfists’ new album, Time & Trauma, is out now on Spinefarm Records. You can read about that here. Prost from Switzerland my friends!!! I thought about talking the Euro Elite Leagues in this week’s column but too […]

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