It’s been 41 days since the puck was dropped on the final game of the NHL regular season -42 days since the Flyers’ final game- and aside from a conference call with a player or two, there hasn’t been a ton of hockey talk to go around. We here at Crossing Broad are here for you and want to bring some happiness to fill that Orange & Black void. That’s why we’ve been working hard to lock down guests from different eras to reminisce about their time in Philadelphia and beyond. On last week’s Snow The Goalie we had Flyers Hall of Famer Brian Propp on the show, which went from a 20-minute commitment to 45 minutes of gold.

Tonight we’ll be talking to one of the more popular players from the mid-to-late ’00s, former Flyers forward Mike Knuble. During his first tenure with the team, a four-year run from 2005-2009, he put up 221 points (114G/107A) in 310 regular season games. If there was one moment in his tenure with the Flyers that truly encapsulated what he brought to the crease, it was this beaut from 2008: a 2OT game-winner from Game 2 against the Washington Capitals:

The show will stream live tonight starting at 7:45PM on a plethora of channels:

We’ll be taking your questions throughout the show. Tune in and get your hockey fix for the night. I apologize in advance for whatever odd outfit SanFilippo decides to don.

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