It gives everyone the opportunity to get a behind-the-scenes look at the NHL and its players.
In the first episode, Flyers goalie Ilya Bryzgalov philosophizes about the universe.
He says, "Solar system is so humangous big, right? ...If you see our solar system, it was so small, you can't even see our galaxy." He then concludes his thoughts by saying, "So don't worry, be happy."
The series takes fans right into the lockerroom, where you can see coaches pumping up their teams and players bonding. This includes the Flyers' victory dance, something all of the players get into.
It also takes you on the ice, since players are mic'd. You can hear the chirps, the words of appreciation among teammates and the cheers from the players themselves.
But the show also humanizes the players.
Another part shows Rangers captain Peter Callahan meeting his grandmother after a game. His grandmother quickly tells him that a penalty he received in the game wasn't his fault and that if she could, she'd go down to the ref and tell him herself.
So if you want a different look at hockey, be sure to check it out. Be warned though: there is a lot of cursing.