NY Hockey Talk... with Rob Kowal
Interviews with New York hockey figures.
10/31/2011 | Download File (26.33 MB) - right click to download
Hosted by Rob Kowal and Brad Kurtzberg. Guests on the program included longtime Islanders broadcaster Jiggs McDonald, who spoke about the Islanders play to start the season. Next on the show was frequent guest Matt Sweetwood from the popular Devils fan website and message forum NJDEVS. Matt as always gave his pointed insights on the New Jersey Devils. Finally the guys closed out the show talking with the recently retired NHL referee turned NHL analyst Kerry Fraser. Kerry spoke about some of the more memorable incidents throughout his 30 year career, many of which are featured in his new book entitled The Final Call: Hockey Stories from a Legend in Stripes coming out in November.
4/18/2011 | Download File (13.51 MB) - right click to download
Hosted by Brad Kurtzberg and Dee Karl. Guests included Justin Bourne, author of the popular Bourne’s Blog followed by Matt Sweetwood of njdevs.com and finally Dave Lozo of nhl.com.
3/28/2011 | Download File (12.51 MB) - right click to download
Brad Kurtzberg from Inside Hockey and Dee Karl from Hockey Buzz sit in to host for Rob Kowal. Guests included Matt Sweetwood of NJ Devs and Margaret Hurley of My Blueshirt Heaven.
2/28/2011 | Download File (12.86 MB) - right click to download
Hosted by Rob Kowal along with Brad Kurtzberg. Fighting in the NHL was the focus of the show. Guests included Steve Carlson (aka Steve Hanson) from the 1977 cult classic hockey film Slap Shot followed by former NHL referee Paul Stewart.
2/2/2011 | Download File (14.01 MB) - right click to download
Hosted by Rob Kowal, along with Brad Kurtzburg. The guys kicked things off with some 1st half analysis of the local teams, followed by former Rangers defenseman Jeff Beukeboom, and later some NHL All-Star game talk. The last portion of the program featured NHL draft expert Randy Gorman of McKeen's Hockey Scouting in Vancouver, Canada who talked with the guys about the top prospects for each of the three New York area teams, as well as some of the top players available for this year's draft.