Chad Finn joins Jon and Justin as the Offseason Interview Series is wrapping up through the preseason. Chad's interview with Bobby Manning was the inspiration for the series and Chad shares his unique career path with our listeners. The trio of UMaine alumni looks back on the heyday of the hockey program and the opportunity that the program's success had in vaulting Chad's career.
Jon Duke returns from parts unknown as training camp opens up for Media Day. We cover the themes you can expect to hear about during training camp and just can't shake the trade talk that has plagued us since February. Justin and Jon also pay tribute to Kevin Garnett with his retirement having been announced over the weekend. Enjoy the show!
Bobby Manning joins Celtics Stuff Live as the offseason interview series is nearing it's close with training camp right around the corner. As you likely already know, Bobby inspired the series during an episode of his show The Bobcast in which he interviewed Boston.com's Chad Finn. Bobby started his making a name for himself early, contributing to CelticsBlog during High School and has now just arrived in Syracuse to begin his collegiate career and is on staff at the school newspaper. He reflects on how he got his start at CelticsBlog and discusses his emphasis on learning. Enjoy the show!
Chris Forsberg joins Celtics Stuff Live as our 8th guest in the offseason interview series. Chris shares his advice on "Just Say Yes" and being adaptable. He also shares about how he had planned to go to Holy Cross but ended up at Northeastern and ultimately landing an intern position at the Globe where he and Chad Finn were contributors to the Boston.com website. Justin and Chris wrap up discussing Forsberg's illustrious racing career and attempt to determine if there is such a term that is a combination of doppleganger and namesake. Enjoy!
Justin Poulin speaks with John Karalis of RedsArmy.com and the Rainin' J's Podcast on the LockedOn Netwoek in this episode of the offseason interview series. This one gets a little personal and focuses on John's basketball career and his time at Emerson majoring in broadcasting. Enjoy!