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In this episode of the JRNYMN Conference Call with Sean Pronger, brought to you by JRNYMN Wear and C3 Development & Representation, former Calgary Flames forward and 1989 Stanley Cup Champion Colin Patterson joins Sean on the call to reminisce and share stories.
After attending Clarkson University, Colin signed with the Flames as a free agent and made his NHL debut in 1983. Joining a team that was on its way to becoming a powerhouse in the Campbell Conference and NHL, he shut down the opposition's best offensive players throughout his 10 seasons in the league. The Flames lost a hard-fought series in the Stanley Cup Final to the Montreal Canadians in 1986, but in 1989, it was Calgary's turn to lift the Cup in victory.
Did you know that the Flames were the only team to defeat the Montreal Canadians on Montreal Forum ice and win the Stanley Cup? Colin not only discusses those two Finals and the "ghosts of the Forum", he also reveals the answer to a 25-yeal old mystery - who made the mistake of pranking Lanny McDonald on one of his worst days?
A great episode for hockey fans that remember the Smythe Division of the 1980's, you don't want to miss this episode of the JRNYMN Conference Call!
In this episode of the JRNYMN Conference Call with Sean Pronger, brought to you by JRNYMN Wear and C3 Development & Representation, former NHLer and current member of the Columbus Blue Jackets broadcast team Jody Shelley joins the Conference Call.
A real fan-favourite everywhere he played, and a great teammate, Jody Shelley played his first NHL game during the 2000-01 season and had 10 penalty minutes in that game. He would go on to pick up a few more (1,538) playing for the Blue Jackets, San Jose Sharks, New York Rangers and Philadelphia Flyers.
In this week's call, Jody and Sean share a few stories and memories, talk about the up and coming Columbus Blue Jackets organization and Jody's Golf Fore Health tournament, which is held each year in Yarmouth, Nova Scotia in support of the Yarmouth Regional Hospita.
A former teammate of Sean's in Columbus, as well as Chris Pronger in Philadelphia, Jody also weighs in on who his favourite Pronger brother is... Don't miss this exciting episode of the JRNYMN Conference Call with Sean Pronger!
Lady Spinsters hosts a nation-wide conference call every month to promote and connect DJs/media with artists ranging from local to international superstars. This month's conference call features national, major label recording artist Twista!
Show is as fellows:
Lady Lyrick- 8:01pm- Lady King
Butta da Great- 8:10 pm Jealously
Captain Caveman- 8:20 Captain Caveman
Finesse- 8:30- Nah Nah Nah
Terror- 8:40- I Can't Lose
Destinie Mull- 8:50- What's Up
Twista- 9:00- It's Yours
Shane Hoosong 9:10
2 man Army- 9:30
Jody Breeze- 9:40 and MDK R.Kelly cousin
In this episode of the JRNYMN Conference Call with Sean Pronger, brought to you by JRNYMN Wear and C3 Development & Representation, Fox Sports Live co-host Dan O'Toole joins the Conference Call.
For 10 years, Dan and his broadcast partner Jay Onrait redefined how nightly sports highlight shows were broadcast in Canada, bringing their passion for sports and their unique sense of humour to each and every broadcast. In the Summer of 2014, they joined the newly formed Fox Sports channel and became hosts of Fox Sports Live.
One half of the greatest dynamic duos since Batman and Robin, Shaggy and Scooby, or Lebron and the city of Cleveland, Dan joins Sean to discuss the decision to join Fox Sports, living in Los Angeles, sports broadcasting in the United States and WWF action figures from the 1980's.
How did Dan build his own Canadian version of the WWF ring? Tune into the JRNYMN Conference Call with Sean Pronger!
In this episode of the JRNYMN Conference Call with Sean Pronger, brought to you by JRNYMN Wear and C3 Development & Representation, former NHL goaltender Corey Hirsch joins Sean on the call to reminisce, talk hockey and discuss the upcoming C3 Hot Stove Lounge in Calgary on July 11th.
Selected by the New York Rangers in the 1991 NHL Draft, Corey would go on to play for 15 seasons in the NHL and other leagues before retiring in 2006 as a member of the Malmo Redhawks in Sweden. He was a Memorial Cup champion with the Kamloops Blazers, a silver medalist at the 1994 Olympic Games and won numerous awards in the AHL before earning the #1 spot in Vancouver's crease in 1995.
Since retiring, Corey has become one of the top goaltending coaches and teachers, hosting sold-out camps every summer and working with some of the elite prospects with Hockey Canada. At the NHL level, his accomplishments as a coach are second to none and once again, his goaltenders have numerous awards.
Don't miss out on some interesting conversation with a great goaltender and an even greater goaltending coach - catch Corey Hirsch on the JRNYMN Conference Call!
In this episode of the JRNYMN Conference Call with Sean Pronger, brought to you by JRNYMN Wear and C3 Development & Representation, hockey analyst, broadcaster and Journeyman co-author Dan Murphy joins the call.
After 17 days on the road covering the Kings/Blackhawks series for Rogers Sportsnet, Dan shares his thoughts on the Western Conference Final and provides some unique insight into Darryl Sutter's press conferences. Sean and Dan also discuss the "surprises" from this year's playoffs - the Blues early exit and the Habs long run to name a few.
With Sean being a former Canuck, and Dan's work as the host of the Vancouver Canucks broadcasts, the guys talk about the many changes so far in Vancouver and look ahead to what changes may still arise. How will Trevor Linden and Jim Benning handle their new roles with the organization and who are the leading candidates to take over behind the bench? Listen in on the JRNYMN Conference Call with Sean Pronger and hear what the guys have to say!
In the very first episode of the JRNYMN Conference Call with Sean Pronger, brought to you by www.jrnymnwear.com, Sean and his co-host Andrew welcome listeners to this exciting new project.
Sean shares his thoughts on the NHL Playoffs at the halfway point and lets us know which teams have surprised him so far. The guys chat about the handshake "controversy" at the end of the Bruins - Canadiens series and Sean offers some insight into the situation. The Journeyman also tells several Black Aces stories that you don't want to miss!
The JRNYMN Conference Call with Sean Pronger - listen to the call every Tuesday at 8pm Eastern.
In this episode of the JRNYMN Conference Call with Sean Pronger, brought to you by JRNYMN Wear and C3 Development & Representation, pro hockey player Colby Armstrong joins the call.
A 1st round pick of the Pittsburgh Penguins in the 2001 NHL Draft, Colby made his NHL debut in the 2005-06 season and has played 476 regular season games in the NHL with the Penguins, Atlanta Thrashers, Toronto Maple Leafs and Montreal Canadiens. Last season, he played with the Vaxjo Lakers in Sweden.
If you read Journeyman (Sean's book), then you know about his season in Germany... In this week's JRNYMN Conference Call, Sean and Colby compare notes on their respective European adventures - you don't want to miss this conversation! They also talk about making the decision to play overseas and the great advice Colby received from his hockey playing brother Riley. With the NHL Draft and free agency right around the corner, the guys also reminisce about what it was like when they were drafted and when they were free agents.
In this episode of the JRNYMN Conference Call with Sean Pronger, brought to you by JRNYMN Wear and C3 Development & Representation, New York Islanders defenseman Matt Carkner joins the call.
A hard working, tough as nails, stay at home defemnseman, Matt Carkner paid his dues in the AHL on his way to becoming an NHL regular during the 2009-10 season. After several seasons with the Ottawa Senators, he joined the New York Islanders as a free agent before the 2012-13 season.
During the Conference Call, Sean and Matt chat about the Stanley Cup Final, being a member of the Islanders and coming into the NHL with the Ottawa Senators. They also discuss the emergence of John Tavares as a legitimate NHL star and several causes close to Matt's heart - the Capital City Condors and the Carkinator Car Rally.