If you’re looking for a good hockey story (or 100), then look no further than former eighth overall NHL draft pick Terry Ryan.

The St. John’s, Newfoundland native played just eight career games for the Montreal Canadiens but has enough stories (mostly from his junior career) to last a lifetime. These days, Ryan is a supporting cast member on Crave’s original Shoresy  (a spinoff of Letterkenny), and after a marvelous performance in which he plays Ted Hitchcock, the 45-year-old joined Corwin and Jesse at the BarDown studio, along with his teammate Michaels (played by Ryan McDonnell), to talk the show and his own hockey journey.

Little did Corwin and Jesse know, they were about to get hit with one of the wildest hockey stories probably ever told. Here’s a short snip bit of what Terry had to say:



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Gotta love Terry. Check out the full interview, it has its fair share of hilarious moments:


If you’re looking to learn more about the Shoresy cast, well… you’ve come to the right place. Corwin and Jesse already chatted with Jonathan Diaby and Brandon Nolan, and have a couple of guests line up (that should be available soon). Here’s the breakdown from episodes one and two:


This is some must-watch TV for hockey fans! Head over to Crave and start binging Shoresy now… it’s as Canadian as Canadian gets!