Sn 11 Ep 35: Ken Cail Talks Monarchs AHL History After Cup Victory


Ken Cail Talks Monarchs AHL History

Photo by: Krystle Crossman | Manchester, NH

BAK STUDIOS – This week on the Power Play Post Show, a Calder Cup Champion has been crowned and Hosts Bob Howard and Megan Reiff discuss the American Hockey League‘s 79th anniversary league champion. The two hosts bring all the latest news and information from around the league including the WBS Penguins new Head Coach, Mike Sullivan, the new Springfield Falcons Head Coach, Ron Rolston and the Lehigh Valley Phantoms lose Head Coach Terry Murray to the Buffalo Sabres.

Also, the two host start a discussion on whether or not the Utica Comets can or will repeat the success from this year to next year, not in the play on the ice but at the gate and in intensity at the games in the Aud.

This week’s special guest:

Ken Cail – Radio Broadcaster – Manchester Monarchs – On Twitter: @kenmonarchs – Friend to the Power Play Post Show, Ken joined the show this week to talk about the history of the Manchester Monarchs in the AHL, bringing up players like Andrew Campbell who owns the games played record in team history, enforcers Joe RullierRichard Clune & Justin Johnson, plus the Monarchs leading scorers Noah ClarkeBrandon Kozun & Gabe Gauthier, plus Ken’s thoughts on the Calder Cup Championship and the coaching of Mike Stothers from this season.

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

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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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