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New Pod: Alex Tanguay

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Can't Hear What Jeremy Says

A new “Can’t Hear What Jeremy Says” here, with special guest Alex Tanguay.

The former Avs star talks about the tough transition out of retirement at the relatively young age of 36, but how he found now passion in both broadcasting for the NHL Network, then becoming a coach for the Iowa Wild of the AHL, where he works today.

But, of, course, there are lots of great stories Tanguay tells about his years with the Avs, including what it was like to live in Patrick Roy’s basement as a rookie, how he willed himself to be a better player entering his second year – one that culminated with him being a hero in Game 7 of the 2001 Stanley Cup Finals.

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idavsfan

Thanks AD – I don’t usually have time to listen to the pod casts, but Tangs is special and it was great to hear him talking about winning the cup and what it was like living with Roy as a young guy. Glad he’s doing well – just wish it wasn’t with the MILD organization

Brett Rainboth

Fantastic pod!

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