April 10 2011 07:57PM
An all star lineup invades NationRadio airspace this week, including Terry Jones, Gene Principe, James Mirtle, Bob Ridley and Jim Byers. Plus radio legend Dr. Lowetide Fever holding court as he does every seven days.
The incomperable Terry Jones from the Edmonton Sun swings by to discuss the Oilers 2010-11 fortunes and takes a look back at the career of anthem singer Paul Lorieau.
James Mirtle from the Globe and Mail discusses a variety of topics from around the league.
Bob Ridley - the legendary voice of the Medicine Hat Tigers who has a facebook group dedicated to his awesomeness - gives an in depth look at the Tigers WHL playoff chances and examines several Tigers prospects.
The classy and effervescent Gene Principe from Sportsnet makes his inaugural appearance on NationRadio and weighs in on the state of the Oilers heading into the 2011 Entry Draft.
Jim Byers - the play by play man for the Oklahoma City Barons - provides an update of the only Oilers related team to make a push towards the playoffs since 1994.
Jason McKee - the General Manager and Head Coach of the Spruce Grove Saints of the AJHL - provides us with an in depth look at his team this year.
Update: All of the segments for the show now appear and are all correct files. Do you know how hard it is to get this right? What with the children screaming and the uneasy economy?
*bursts into tears*