Jason York Hockey Journey (Part 1) EP96

It's my pleasure to introduce my next guest, former NHL defenseman Jason York. Selected 129th overall in the seventh round of the 1990 NHL Entry Draft by the Detroit Red Wings, this Nepean, Ontario native went on to play in 757 NHL games, recording 42 goals, 187 assists for 229 points, and 621 penalty minutes over a 13-year professional hockey career. In addition to Detroit, Anaheim, Nashville, and Boston, Jason also spent three seasons playing for the Ottawa Senators during the mid-90s. As a former teammate,

I'm excited to reconnect with him and hear about his hockey journey. It's been a while since we caught up, and I'm looking forward to learning more about what he's been up to since his playing days. I invite you to join me for this interview and learn more about Jason's experiences in the NHL. Let's kick off the conversation with his hockey journey. Thank you for stopping by, Jason. Wishing you a wonderful and productive day ahead!

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