Johnny Oduya of the Chicago Blackhawks – DD52

 

On June 29th, NHL Hockey Player, Johnny Oduya, from the Chicago Blackhawks was in Bangkok, Thailand where he did a meet and greet at The Rink in Central Rama 9.

On Sunday, July 1st, I got a chance to sit down with him for a longer interview. We talked about him growing up playing hockey, who was most influential in his hockey life growing up, and the Olympics, just to name a few.

Sorry about the sound quality, it was my first time recording a show outside my studio and I was in hotel restaurant with marble walls and floor.

He is one of the most humble gentleman I have ever met and he was a pleasure to talk to.

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Hockey & NHL – DD23

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breezersshoulderpadsIn episode 17 and episode 21 Dom talked a little bit about skating and playing hockey.  In this episode, Dom talks about his time playing hockey at different levels from four (4) years old to eighteen (18) years old.  He also talks about some of the different equipment he used while playing hockey, like breezers and shoulder pads and some of the teams he played on.

 

Dom also talks about watching the Minnesota North Stars, how he felt when they were moved to Dallas and became the Dallas Stars, following the New York Rangers and how excited he was when NHL hockey went back to Minnesota with the Minnesota Wild.

 

Although Dom no longer plays hockey, he is still a big fan, and loves watching the Minnesota Wild play hockey, which wasn’t easy in Bangkok, until he got the NHL package through NHL.com, and now he watches whenever he wants.

 

 

 

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