Hey there folks, thanks for having me on the show.
Born in Edmonton during the Oilers dynasty, my world was soon shattered after moving to the bustling metropolis of Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan at the ripe age of four. The Oilers dynasty ended around the same time. Coincidence? I think not.
However, Saskabush did offer me the chance to grow up playing hockey on the farm pond and watching the hometown Warriors in the Crushed Can, named by The Hockey News as one of the greatest arenas of all time to see a game. Plus Theoren Fleury was a regular guest at my dad’s backyard pool parties, so that was pretty cool too (he even remembered me two years ago when I met him again – nice guy).
From there, a stint in BC converted me into a Canucks fan (sorry), moving to Toronto for three years further solidified my hatred for the Leafs (not sorry), after which I came to Lethbridge in 2009 to find the Hurricanes at the bottom of the league after their last playoff run. I was too busy making bad decisions in university to get behind the Hurricanes, but after another stint up in Calgary the past three years (just can’t get behind the Flames either), I returned to Lethbridge last fall just as the Canes got hot again. Coincidence? I think not.
Though I’m a less skilled hockey analyst than Brock or Jeremy, I have spent the better part of the last decade managing and writing for various magazines, blogs and websites, so I promise to never give you boring content. Regardless if the Canes stay “hot or not” (who’s old enough to remember that website? Terrible, I know.), I’m in for the long haul and excited to share my passion for the game with everyone out there listening.
Tyler J Stewart
Born in Edmonton during the Oilers dynasty, my world was soon shattered after moving to the bustling metropolis of Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan at the ripe age of four. Somehow Canuck fan. Educated in Lethbridge. Have spent the better part of the last decade managing and writing for various magazines, blogs and websites. Photographer, writer, designer, hockey lover.