As a part of our interview series, this afternoon we have a special Q&A with none other than Curtis Joseph, better known as Cujo. Curtis played for six teams but honestly he was most remembered in Toronto. His 454 wins should have been enough to put him in the Hockey Hall Of Fame but he will be remembered for some legendary playoff performances and upsets. His cat like reflexes constantly amazed and dazzled many.
Upon his retirement, Curtis stayed active around hockey and recently has been working with "Stay In The Play" along with former Vancouver Canuck, Trevor Linden.
The two former players will be staging the ultimate pick up hockey game on June 19th as they coach everyday weekend warriors in what will truly be a special event that raises awareness and much more.
Besides the contest, we will be pulling no punches like we usually do in our questions. This will be a fun time had by all as well but will have a serious side. Besides talking to Cujo, we will also be talking to Chris Broadhurst, a former pro hockey head athletic therapist. Pain management and knowing your limits are two of the keys of staying in the game.
The interview starts at Noon ET and I hope it is a listen that is truly a learning experience.
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