Bruce Starr hosts some of the most interesting guests on radio. On this show, he interviews one of the great hockey players of his time, Bernie Nicholls.He was selected by the Los Angeles Kings in the fourth round of the 1987 Entre Dreaft, 73rd overall. Over his 17-year playing career, Nicholls would play 1127 games mostly for The Los Angeles Kings, scoring 1209 points. He is one of only 8 players in NHL history to score 70 goals in one season, and one of 5 to score 150 points. I used to see him play all the time when I lived out in Los Angeles with THE GREATEST hockey player of all time, Wayne Gretsky. Nicholls won a silver medal in the 1985 World Ice Hockey Championships while playing for Canada.
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