Welcome back for our first episode of season 2 of Snapshots In Hockey History! No better way to kick things off than with one of most popular guests Mike Lalor!! Mike joins us to relive his final days as a Hab and what it was like to play with Brett Hull and the St Louis Blues during the 1988-89 regular season. Mike shares with us stories about Pat Burns, Brett Hull, Rod Brind'Amour and more! He walks us through his trade from Montreal to St Louis in great detail and how it impacted him. Finally he wraps up the interview with a great story about fighting Steve Yzerman in Detroit in the process becoming public enemy number 1 at the old Joe Louis Arena!
This interview was done on location at Mikes gym Teammates Fitness. As a result unfortunately the audio is a little rough during this interview (Sorry about that). Thanks for joining us for season 2 of Snapshots in Hockey History and don't forget new episodes are uploaded every Monday morning!
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