The Hockey Picks Podcast is a weekly program featuring Phil “Cash with Flash” Naessens and Zak Smith from Zak’s Puck Picks. Join them as they discuss everything that you need to know in order to make better hockey betting choices.
The Hockey Picks Podcast will also give you an edge that won’t find anywhere and this weekly podcast is totally free and available at the Phil Naessens Show homepage and also available at Anchor.fm.
About your Hockey Picks Podcast team;
Zak began watching hockey at the age of three. Over the years his love for the sport grew. Zak started playing hockey at age five and at age seven, had Theron Fleury teach him how to skate backward. With his ability to skate backward, he took his tiny frames between the pipes and became a goalie.
At a full-grown height of five foot six, his six foot two playing styles never got him to the big league, however, it did give him the ability to view the game from a different angle and watch plays develop. At age six, Zak was helping his dad make Sports Picks. His first ticket went 5 of six and would have won had it not been for a box-checking error from his Dad. Zak has since won a few for himself to make up for this. Zak got his start in the handicapping world as part of the Cash with Flash 30 day challenge and has been fine-tuning his craft since. He is very excited to bring his picks to you with the Phil Naessens Show.
Phil “Cash with Flash” Naessens
Phil “Cash with Flash” Naessens is a featured sports handicapper at Stat Salt and Winners and Whiners. Phil hosts the Phil Naessens Show, This Week in Tennis and Pro Soccer Weekly, and has been featured at several SB Nation websites, Win Daily Sports, FanSided, BetQl, Creative Sports 2, FanTrax, Fantasy Team Advice as well as many others.
In addition to his writing, Phil has been a featured guest on Sirius XM, ESPN, CBS, Fox Sports, Radio Europe, Armed Forces Radio as well as several local radio and TV spots in the Cleveland Area.
Phil is a semi-retired high-performance tennis coach and still teaches at camps and clinics including Brookwood Sports Academy in Glen Spey, New York where he is the current Director of Tennis.