Sn 9 Ep 6: Jim Sarosy, Jordan Caron, Tim Erixon & Chris Roy

This week on the Power Play Post Show, Host Bob Howard takes a look at the American Hockey League standings after the first full weekend of games and then breaks down the latest NHL CBA proposal to the NHLPA in regards to the potential impact on the AHL with the “105 rule” as Bob has now dubbed it for the show.

Bob’s first guest this week on the show is the Chief Operating Officer of the Syracuse Crunch, Jim Sarosy. Jim talks with Bob about the challenges of the day to day operation/marketing of the Crunch; about the plan & execution of the Outdoor Game Syracuse hosted a couple years back and the expectations of this new batch of players who won the Calder Cup last season in Norfolk.

Jordan Caron slipping on his Boston Bruins jersey on draft day

Jordan Caron, Providence Bruins forward, the first of two players on this week’s show was Bob’s next guest. Jordan and Bob talked about Jordan’s play over the last couple seasons; time with the Boston Bruins; goals for this season down with Providence and about how a young player tries to not think about the lockout as the CBA talks continue.

The second player to join Bob this week is the Springfield Falcons’ defenseman, Tim Erixon. Tim talked about playing with the same team as his father, Jan last season with the NY Rangers; about the trade that sent him to the Columbus Blue Jackets about what he expects while playing with this season’s very talent Springfield Falcons.

Bob’s final guest this week comes to us from the Maine Hockey Journal and very good friend to the Power Play Post Show, Chris Roy. Chris and Bob talk about the lockout and it’s affects on the AHL; talk about the current Portland Pirates team and how the team will fair in a very talented Atlantic Division.

All this and much more on the latest edition of the Power Play Post Show.

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