Welcome to the Nations Capital with Alan May Part 1

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This weeks guest is one of the toughest to ever play in the NHL!  Current NBC Sports Mid Atlantic broadcaster and former NHL tough guy Alan May joins to relive his rookie year in the NHL!  Hear about finding out he was traded at a wedding!  Bryan and Terry Murray, playing in Russia and so much more. 

Don’t forget to check out part 2 of interview which will air next Monday at 8 AM.  Have a great week and see you next week for another episode of Snapshots In Hockey History!

Confessions of a Hockey Lifer with Scott Gruhl

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Happy Monday!  Kick off your week right with this awesome interview from IHL all time leading goal scorer as well as former LA King and Pittsburgh Penguin Scott Gruhl!  Scott heads down memory lane to tell us about playing with Chris Knuckles Nilan at Northeaster, Jr Hockey with Dale Hunter and his travels through out Pro Hockey and North America plus so much more!  Thanks Scott for coming on!  Don’t forget to follow on twitter at SnapshotsIn and on Facebook at Snapshots In Hockey History!!

Canada’s biggest WJC Goal with John Slaney!

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The 1991 World Junior Tournament came down to the two 80s hockey power houses.  It was the Soviet Union vs Team Canada on Canadian soil.  As the entire country looked on  an OHL defensemen stepped up during the 3rd period and helped Canada take home the gold.  Today he joins us to relieve that magical moment.  Join us as John tells us about scoring one of the biggest goals in Canadian Hockey History, plus playing with Eric Lindros, life behind the scenes and more!.  We review his entire World Junior run with team Canada from training camp to the team celebrating!  Enjoy the interview and Happy Holidays!!!!

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Behind the Bench in the Windy City with Craig Hartsburg

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This week we get the inside scoop of what it’s like being behind the bench of an original six team with Craig Hartsburg.  Craig talked about how he coached, changes he made to the team, getting hired, did the Blackhawks ever make a run for the great one in 96?

Craig offers a great perspective and also shares with us his thoughts on Joe Murphy, Bob Probert, Jeremy Roenick, Tony Amonte & More!

Don’t forget to tune in next week when we chat about the World Juniors with a former World Junior Hero!

A season in Toronto with Allen Bester

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Thanks for joining us this week as we sit down with former Toronto Maple Leafs starting goaltender Allen Bester!  The 80’s weren’t the kindest decade to the Maple Leafs and “Buster” walks us through the final year of the decade. 

Plenty of Talk about the Leafs controversial owner Harold Ballard, John Carpenter, if there were indeed issues in the Locker Room.  What it’s like playing in Toronto and so much more!

We’ve hundred dozens of requests for an episode of about the Leafs to so without further-a-do – lets get to it!

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Creating an NHL Franchise with Doug MaClean

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In 1996 John McConnell the founder of Worthington Industries applied for an NHL franchise.  Once awarded he knew he needed the right guy to lead the franchise.  He tapped a Former NHL coach to become the face of the Columbus Blue Jackets named Doug Maclean.   This week Doug walks us through the formation and inaugural season of the Columbus Blue Jackets.  Hear all about the expansion draft, the NHL draft, Who he wanted on his staff, picking a head coach and so much more!

Doug also talk about what he’s up to now since leaving Rogers.  This is a fantastic interview and one not to miss if you’re interested in the business side of hockey, as well as what goes into running a franchise.   

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The Beginning of 40 Years in Los Angeles with Jim Fox!

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Happy Monday!  After a week off it’s time for another new episode of Snapshots In Hockey History!  This week former LA King and current color commentator Jim Fox stops to take a trip down memory lane.  Join us during this laid back conversation as Jim walks us through his rookie year with the Los Angeles Kings!  Hear about being drafted; the first player that reached out to him after the draft, Dr. Jerry Buss, pressures of trying to make it, snagging shoes from the LA Lakers, Living with Larry Murphy and sooo much more! 

Jim now owns a wine company called Patine Cellars check them out at https://patinecellars.com and follow Jim on twitter @JimFox19

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