Sn 11 Ep 36: AHL 1415 Season In Review, the Season’s Biggest Stories


AHL 1415 Season In Review

IceCaps Captain & PPPShow Alumn, Jason Jaffray is heading to Europe. A loss to the IceCaps and to the AHL.

BAK STUDIOS – This week on the Power Play Post Show, it’s all about the AHL 1415 Season in Review as Hosts Bob Howard and Megan Reiff look back at the biggest stories of this season plus we bring back three great guests from this season in a mega Throwback Thursday set of interviews. The two hosts start the show off with the latest news and notes from around the American Hockey League including St. John’s IceCaps Captain Jason Jaffray leaving to play in Europe next season, a new General Manager for the Lake Erie Monsters, renovations for the Springfield Falcons and San Diego Gulls arenas and the Syracuse Crunch will be taking the Utica Comets to Lyon, France for the pre-season.

The two hosts then run down the biggest stories of the 2014-15 AHL season ranging from Shawn Thorton‘s AHL/NHL milestone to The David Leggio Rule to the Utica Comets fans and their sellouts this to the Pacific Division news that dominated the majority of the news this season.

This week’s special guests:

  • Paul Thompson – Right Wing – Albany Devils – From episode 341 on 11/6/2014
  • Magnus Hellberg – Goalie – Milwaukee Admirals – From episode 350 on 1/22/2015
  • Andrew Gordon – Forward – Lehigh Valley Phantoms – From episode 353 on 2/20/2015

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

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Bob Howard

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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