Another Wednesday is upon us, and that means another opportunity for your ol’ pal Baggedmilk to jump on the air with the boys at The Locker Room to talk about what’s going on in the NHL and the world of sports.
To kick off this week’s appearance, we started with a look back at professional athletes that we would have loved to see in their prime. From Muhammad Ali to Michael Jordan to Wayne Gretzky, there are plenty of incredible athletes that I wish I would have been able to watch as they worked their magic in real time rather than having to see highlights long after they retired. From there, we moved on to the NHL’s hopeful return and whether or not we’re getting any closer to finding out which cities are going to act as hubs for the NHL’s return to play tournament. Lastly, we finished up this week’s appearance with a look at the Oilers and whether or not I believe Mike Smith or Mikko Koskinen will get the start in net whenever the NHL is able to get back on the ice.
Listen to this week’s appearance below:
- Movies, Hub Cities, and the NHL Playoffs
- Is an NHL return getting closer?
- 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