Another self-isolating Wednesday has arrived, and that means it was time for your ol’ pal Baggedmilk to jump on the radio with the boys at The Locker Room to talk about the latest NHL news, life, and whatever else is going on.
To kick off this week’s appearance, we jumped in with a look at quarantine snacks and how chips have become a real problem for me over the course of these past two months. Is there such a thing as too many Doritos? Maybe. I’m working on it, so I’ll let you know. From there, we got back to sports and looked at the potential for hockey to return later on in the summer provided that the Canada/USA border reopens by the time they’re able to get back going. For me, I think the border down south is only one of many hurdles that the league is going to have to clear if they’re ever going to get going again and we spent a few minutes looking at some of the items on that list. Finally, we finished up this week’s appearance with a look at businesses reopening throughout the city and what it’s been like to enjoy some patio weather during what is undoubtedly a strange time to be alive.
Listen to this week’s appearance below:
- Hub Cities and May Long Weekend
- Hockey in Edmonton, re-opening bars, and billet buddies
- Ken Holland stays busy, arm-chair GM mode, and the Oilers all-time team
- Puljujarvi’s award nomination, Gretzky playing vids, and Tom Brady
- New societal norms and the NHL’s hope to resume play