Today we talk to Dwight Hamilton Schofield, retired hockey player and one of the toughest to play the game. Also, Jim gets Rick riled up about a few random new topics, that's his new goal in life LOL. We talk NFL draft being in town, post season without the Preds, join in on the conversation and let us know your thoughts. Thank you all for listening one we'll be back soon with more opinions, obsessions and outtakes.
This week I take a few shots at getting Ricky riled up in our random topics discussion. Spent at lot more time in this segment because it was a lot of fun hearing the rants when Ricky gets passionate about something. We also get Ricky's take on the NHL playoffs and where he thinks things could go. Join in on the conversation and let us know your thoughts. Thank you all for listening one we'll be back soon with more opinions, obsessions and outtakes.
Today we talk to Kent Carlson, a retired defenseman from the NHL. Drafted in 1982 by the Montreal Canadiens 2nd rd, 11th pk (32nd overall) , he also played for the St. Louis Blues and the Washington Capitals. Carlson overcame serious injuries to his arm and back, undergoing spinal fusion surgery in 1986, before returning to professional hockey for three more years. Carlson was the fist American born player to captain the Montreal Canadians top farm club the Sherbrooke Beavers guiding them to the AHL’ S Calder Cup in the 1984-85 season.