This week on the Power Play Post Show, Host Bob Howard interviews five great guests from around the American Hockey League.
Joining Bob first on this week’s show is Peoria Rivermen‘s right wing, Derek Nesbitt. The veteran of the AHL & ECHL reflected on his decision to play for Ferris State University before turning pro; playing on a very talented Idaho Steelheads team in the ECHL’s 06-07 season and about his time with the Rivermen including playing with T.J. Hensick and last season with NHL veteran Jonathan Cheechoo.
Bob then welcomed back to the show good friend and the radio play-by-play broadcaster of the Bridgeport Soundtigers, Phil Giubileo. Phil talked about the recent news of the New York Islanders moving from the Nassau County to the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, NY. Phil also talked about the great start the Soundtigers are having this season and of the loss of Calvin De Haan to injury for the rest of the season.
Making his first appearance of this season on the Power Play Post Show was the beat-writer for the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins, Jonathan Bombulie. The author of the Penguins Insider discussed the lack of scoring for the Baby-Pens; the o-4 start and how the lockout is affecting hockey in the American Hockey League and through out North America.
Joining Bob next on this week’s show is radio play-by-play broadcaster from the Manchester Monarchs, Ken Cail. Ken and Bob talked about the L.A. Kings winning the Stanley Cup; about the NHL lockout; the affects of having 4 NHL players down with the Monarchs this season and the great start that the Monarchs are having this season.
Lastly on this week’s show Tim McManus of Flyers Faithful joined Bob to talk about the Adirondack Phantoms; about the media or lack of media attention that the Philadelphia media has given the lockout in the city and gives an update on the Phantoms move to Allentown PA.
All this and much more on the latest edition of the Power Play Post Show.
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