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PensBurgh Podcast, Ep. 4: Sean Pronger

Sean Pronger joins the show to talk about the not-so-glamorous life of the average hockey player.

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Episode 4 of the PensBurgh Podcast features a great, personal, in-depth interview from Sean Pronger, the brother of Hockey Hall of Famer, Chris Pronger.

Sean describes why he chose to write his book, Journeyman, he talks about the hectic and unpredictable lifestyle most hockey players live, and he reflects on the time he spent here in Pittsburgh as a Penguin playing alongside Jaromir Jagr in the late 1990s.

Follow Sean on twitter: @SeanPronger

Hooks and I discuss and examine the Penguins’ two games against the the Vancouver Canucks (3-2 overtime loss) and the Toronto Maple Leafs (3-0 victory). We also look ahead to what the rest of the Canadian road trip might have in store for the team.

*Matt Murray haters be forewarned. The truth will be spoken in this episode and you will all soon realize that the nonsense you have spewed his way will be put to rest for good.

Enjoy the show!


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Intro/Outro music courtesy of: Sylendanna.

Track title - Online Now! & I Think Its The Way I Walk