Sn 9 Ep 22: Bracken Kearns, Gustav Nyquist & Gerry Cantlon

Worcester Shark winger, Bracken Kearns played 5 games w/ the Florida Panthers last season

On this special Tuesday edition of the Power Play Post Show, Host Bob Howard brings three great interviews to the show with two of the best players in the American Hockey League and the PPPS’s New England Insider.

Bob’s first guest on the show is Worcester Shark‘s winger & American Hockey League All Star, Bracken Kearns. Bracken talked about growing up in Vancouver, British Columbia, playing hockey for the University of Calgary, his biggest influence in hockey his father Dennis Kearns who played all of his NHL 10 years with the Vancouver Canuks and about the Sharks rivalry with the Portland Pirates.

Swedish born Gustav Nyquist, played college hockey for the Maine Black Bears & was a Hobey Baker finalist

Joining Bob next on the Power Play Post Show from the Grand Rapids Griffins is center, Gustav Nyquist. Gustav talked about growing up in Sweden, being a fan of both hockey & soccer, his reasons of coming to North American to play hockey for the Maine Black Bears, his time with the Detroit Red Wings last season and how well the Griffins are playing this season.

Lastly on this special edition of the PPPS, Gerry Cantlon our New England Insider joined Bob to discuss the situation in Hartford, CT. Gerry helped breakdown the impossibles for the CT Whale including possible relocation, signing a long term agreement with Global Spectrum to stay in Hartford and how the team is currently playing with securing points in 7 out of the their last 8 games.

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

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About Bob Howard

Owner/Host of the Power Play Post Show for 10 + years. Credentialed media member in Binghamton with the B-Sens. I have also done color commentary on the B-Sens & Manchester Monarchs radio broadcasts.

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