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OHLUnfiltered – Frontenacs Flavor With Twohey, Brahaney, King

OHLUnfiltered – Frontenacs Flavor With Twohey, Brahaney, King
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OHLUnfiltered

OHLUnfiltered hockey podcast is happy for the return of our weekly chat as we dive into the Ontario Hockey League.

In association with OHLNetwork, we filter through many great storylines to bring listeners an even closer look at their favorite league, teams, and players we want to help you get connected.

Join hosts Kyle Outridge and Sean Patrick Ryan (TheOilKnight), talking OHL with players, coaches, management, and fans. The guys background in junior hockey and thirst to chat puck will surely extend to their insight and takes on all things OHL.

Watch for announcements of future podcast guests throughout the summer season as we look forward to an 2020-21 OHL season. Let us know what you want to hear @Network_OHL or @OHLUnfiltered! This hockey podcast is for you, the junior hockey fanl!!

We can be heard on Apple Itunes, Spotify, or wherever you get your hockey podcasts!!

May 13 Episode

The guys are joined this week by Jeff Twohey, Senior Advisor to GM for Kingston Frontenacs. Jeff has recorded 600 regular season wins in the OHL as a GM, including two OHL Championships with the Petes in 1996 and 2006. Before coming to Kingston, he was general manager in Peterborough and Oshawa before being with amateur scouting for the National Hockey League’s Arizona Coyotes.

Jeff speaks about Eric Staal and some of his thoughts on Shane Wright and the Kingston Frontenacs future.

Frontenacs 2019-20 Captain Jakob Brahaney and Assistant Captain Nick King (formerly of North Bay Battalion and Owen Sound Attack) also share some of their thoughts on the OHL and Kingston.

Brahaney, a five-year OHL veteran, captained the 2019/20 Kingston Frontenacs and he explains his thoughts on leadership and what he sees in super-phenom Shane Wright. You don’t want to miss his fave OHL memory!

King, also a leader in his own right, talks of his past and his future with the U-Sports.