The Malik Report
by Paul on 10/15/13 at 02:55 PM ET
Former goalie Chris Osgood on his transformation to the booth as Wings analyst, wonders how Jimmy Howard could hurt himself in warmups, has some advice for the struggling Devan Dubnyk, and more.
I listened to the interview live and probably one of the best Osgood interviews to date...
Listen/watch below, about 11 minutes long...
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