Randy Manery, the Flames Franchise first-ever All Star is our guest on Episode 31 off the Pro Hockey Alumni Podcast.
A steady defenseman, who could carry the puck, Randy played 592 NHL games with the Atlanta Flames, Detroit Red Wings and LA Kings. He was named as the Flames’ representative in the 1973 NHL All Star Game in New York and later was twice voted to be the top defenseman on the LA Kings.
In this interview Randy recalls the early days of hockey in the deep South, colorful personalities like Pat Quinn, Boom Boom Geoffrion and Tom Lysiak, the trade to LA, life on the west coast and the life challenges he faced upon retirement.
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Now, let’s talk classic hockey with Randy Manery
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