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Episode 131: Rick Nash: A Celebration with Shane Guilfoyle
January 27, 2019 William Bartrum
The Biscuit

Episode 131: Rick Nash: A Celebration with Shane Guilfoyle

January 27, 2019

William Bartrum

Talking with Shane Guilfoyle, host of "The History of Hockey" podcast about Rick Nash who just recently retired due to concussion-related symptoms. This is a very special episode for both Shane and me. As life long Columbus Blue Jacket fans, Rick Nash was king for a decade. He single handled made Ohio hockey what it is today. He still owns most of the Jackets record for points, goals, assist, games played, and so on. He played for a cup with the New York Rangers. And gracefully ended his playing career in Boston with the Bruins. Shane and I talk about our favorite Nash moments like "the goal", pushing Bob, and doing charity with a black eye. We also discuss the probability of number 61 being lifted to the rafters in Columbus.



"The Biscuit" is presented by www.hockeyfights.com

Talking with Shane Guilfoyle, host of "The History of Hockey" podcast about Rick Nash who just recently retired due to concussion-related symptoms. This is a very special episode for both Shane and me. As life long Columbus Blue Jacket fans, Rick Nash was king for a decade. He single handled made Ohio hockey what it is today. He still owns most of the Jackets record for points, goals, assist, games played, and so on. He played for a cup with the New York Rangers. And gracefully ended his playing career in Boston with the Bruins. Shane and I talk about our favorite Nash moments like "the goal", pushing Bob, and doing charity with a black eye. We also discuss the probability of number 61 being lifted to the rafters in Columbus.



"The Biscuit" is presented by www.hockeyfights.com

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