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The Forgotten Hockey Players of Broadway Podcast - The Forgotten Hockey Players Of Broadway Podcast - Brandon Dubinsky- Episode # 38

The Forgotten Hockey Players Of Broadway Podcast - Brandon Dubinsky- Episode # 38

The Forgotten Hockey Players of Broadway Podcast

A nostalgic look back at our favorite hockey hero's who wore the red, white and blue for the Rangers during the 1960's,70's and 80's.

In episode 38 we update the impact of Covid -19 on the Rangers and the rest of the NHL during the upcoming 24 team playoff format. Tom, Rob and Special guest Logan Smith also recap and discuss the career of # 17 Brandon Dubinsky.

Will the NHL be able to salvage the remainder of the 2019-20020 season with an innovative play-in and playoff 24 team format and if so when will it start and in what cities will they be playing in ?

Brandon Dubinsky was one of the fan favorites at MSG while he played for the Rangers and also in Columbus where he is still currently a member of the Columbus Blue Jackets.

*Selected in the second round and number 60th overall during the 2004 NHL Draft.

*Earned Rookie of the Year Team honors for the 2007-2008 season.

One of sixteen rookies to play in the 2008 "Young Stars Competition" prior to the 56th annual NHL All-Star game and earning the Young Stars MVP with two goals and an assist.

Dubinsky was awarded the prestigious Steven McDonald Extra Effort Award following his Rangers Rookie season in 2008.

Persistent and tenacious grinder and digger for loose pucks he was an annoying presence for the opposing team and in particular Sidney Crosby.

Scored a career high 20 and 24 goals during the 2009-2010 and 2010-2011 seasons for the Rangers.

Played for Coach John Tortorella with both the Rangers and Blue Jackets. Both have had a very contentious relationship with each other during their time together with both clubs.

Traded by the Rangers in a Mega deal to the Columbus Blue Jackets during the summer of 2012 for Superstar forward Rick Nash.

Dubinsky was considered a leader and productive player for the young Blue Jackets these past 7 seasons despite enduring numerous serious injuries due to his aggressive style of play.

06/22/20 • 39 min

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