Kukla's Korner Hockey
by Paul on 11/30/05 at 11:56 AM ET
"The Greg Johnson Show" has become a popular draw for fans of the Nashville Predators over the past few years, a radio program hosted by the captain of the Western Conference club, one that allows people to get up-close and personal with the players. "I really enjoy it," said Johnson, of the live radio broadcast that takes place at Blackstone Restaurant & Brewery. "When the organization asked me to do it, I thought it would be neat to talk hockey and have the fans come out and watch." Just don't expect Johnson to entertain the thought of getting into the broadcast side of the game once he hangs up his skates. "I don't think so," said Johnson, who played four seasons at North Dakota, where he recorded 272 points in 155 career contests and was named one of the WCHA’s “Top 50 Players in 50 Years,” in celebration of the conference’s 50th anniversary, in November 2001. "I really don't think I have a good radio voice."continued
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