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by George Malik on 11/06/11 at 06:16 AM ET
I’ll let you guess who the Free Press’s Mike Brudenell’s speaking to in a wide-ranging Q and A about a certain broadcaster’s imminent honoring by the Hockey Hall of Fame, with one hint: his favorite color is camouflage:
Question: A broadcaster for 32 years—longer than your short but colorful playing career: a life in itself to you?
Mickey Redmond: We take a lot of this stuff for granted. We come and we go and do our job ... but I’ve always been very happy and content to go to Joe Louis and broadcast a game and wear my emotions and feelings on my shirtsleeve. To broadcast ... be part of the Red Wing alumni and go out and skate ... and put smiles on kids’ faces and raise money for great causes ... it’s hard to package that all together, but it’s the greatest thing, and I feel so blessed to be where I’m at and do what I do. It’s as good as it gets.
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