by Patrick Hoffman on 07/22/11 at 09:34 PM ET
While most of the United States and Canada is going through an extreme heat wave right now, XM 92 NHL Home Ice is doing everything possible to keep us cool, in the good way, with terrific hockey content 24/7.
It may be the summer but the hockey talk has not stopped at NHL Home Ice. For example, morning commuters can listen to the summer version of Hockey This Morning, “Hockey Today”, with Mike Ross and Mick Kern Monday through Friday. “Rossy” and Mick discuss the latest happenings in the hockey world, bring in great guests throughout the hockey world and make a hockey fan’s commute to work more than bearable.
Next week, “Hockey Today” will be hosted by the great Jamie Shalley and Peter Berce as Rossy heads on his summer vacation. As always, Shals and Bearcy will bring great hockey content to us.
The Power Play has also stepped up this summer providing puckheads with terrific content, especially this week. Hosts Scott Laughlin and Jim “Boomer” Gordon debated about what changes they would make if they were the commissioner, the most dominant team they have ever seen and also previewed some cool upcoming features such as their annual GM report cards and of course, team previews.
So do yourselves a favor and this summer and tune into NHL Home Ice. I promise you will not regret it and more importantly, will be thoroughly impressed with the great hockey content they produce 24/7.
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