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Two-On-One Episode 1: Ryan Donally
By Tim Cornett
HometownHockey.ca

Two-On-One Episode 1: Ryan Donally

HometownHockey.ca is pleased to announce that we have started a new video podcast called Two On One, where we will feature former players from the Windsor Spitfires and Cornwall Royals. Tonight we kicked it off with former Spits captain Ryan Donally, who gave us a great interview!


Windsor - May. 29, 2020:
HometownHockey.ca is pleased to announce that we have started a new video podcast called Two On One, where we will feature former players from the Windsor Spitfires and Cornwall Royals. Tonight we kicked it off with former Spits captain Ryan Donally, who gave us a great interview!

Ryan told us stories about his time in the OHL, ECHL and AHL, and why he chose to leave the game he loves to pursue a career in business. What city was his favourite to play in? How many times did he drop the gloves? And what’s with that David Hasselhoff/Blue Man Group thing?

We hope you enjoy watching our first HometownHockey.ca podcast as much as we enjoyed doing it!

TC out






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