The boys were busy with two podcasts in a week. On this edition of the Jersey Joe Corner Podcast, Jersey Joe Stanislau and Jim Biringer from lastwordonhockey.com are joined by former New Jersey Devils and St. Louis Blues player Cam Janssen. This was a colourful episode as Cam brought the heat talking all things Devils and Blues. Janssen also brought up what he is doing now and some of his more memorable moments from the past.
Jersey Joe Corner Podcast
New Jersey Devils
Jersey Joe and Jersey Jim welcome the Cam Janssen to the show. It took a long time to put together, but all the pieces fell together perfectly. Janssen is asked about his time with the Devils and what is what like to go through the draft process. He mentions how much he learned from former Devils and current New York Islanders general manager Lou Lamoriello. He talks about his first goal with the Devils and how he blacked out. The story alone is worth the listen.
St. Louis Blues
The conversation then moves over to the Blues. Joe and Jim ask Janssen about his time in St. Louis. He talks about how the Blues are so similar to the Devils with the same structure and development. Janssen talks about last season and how the Blues had the team to repeat as Stanley Cup Champions. He said that Vladimir Tarasenko was ready to return before the season stopped. Praised general manager Doug Armstrong for the players that have in and guided St. Louis to the title. Janssen also talks about Alex Pietrangelo and the Blues will do everything in their power to keep him around. Cam says that Pietrangelo wants to remain with the Blues.
The show goes all over the place with Janssen talking about his past encounters with Sean Avery, Paul Bissonnette, Colton Orr, Arron Asham, and others. Jim asks him about his who Janssen’s fight was. He keeps going back to his time with New Jersey and how it was the best time of his career. Janssen also tells some funny stories during his time with the Devils.
The show wraps talking about the status of the NHL and when he thinks the league will be coming back and when fans will come back.
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