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Thursday, 19 January 2017

The Hockey Show - Episode 226

The Hockey Show, Canada's only campus-produced hockey radio show, returns tonight to UMFM's radio waves. It's always a big night when we can bring in a great guest, and tonight's show features a guy who never skips leg day. Ok, maybe just once. Tonight, we at The Hockey Show are excited to welcome one-half of the dynamic, dangling duo from the Letterkenny Shamrocks, Reilly!

That's right, folks! "The Flow" will join us on The Hockey Show tonight as we chat with Dylan Playfair about his life, his acting career, and more! We'll find out what it was like living with a dad who played and coaches in professional hockey, talk to Dylan about his own career, the moment he decided to switch his focus to acting, and some of the great roles he's had. We'll even ask him about his dad's major blow-up while with Abbotsford and how that affected him and his career! Of course, there will be a pile of hockey chatter as well, so please join us tonight at 5:30pm!

I'm sure why you haven't done this yet, but if you own an iDevice or Android device you should have already downloaded the UMFM app. It's the easiest and most convenient way to listen to any of UMFM's great shows, so get to it! Just follow this link on your iDevice or this link for your Android device and get the UMFM app! It's never been easier to tune into The Hockey Show or UMFM! Download the UMFM app today!

If you're all over social media, we try to be as well! Email all show questions and comments to hockeyshow@umfm.com! Tweet me anytime with questions you may have by hitting me up at @TeebzHBIC on Twitter. You can also post some stuff to Facebook if you use the "Like" feature, and I always have crazy stuff posted there that doesn't make it to the blog or show.

We talk to Dylan Playfair about his life, career, hockey-playing family, and more on The Hockey Show only on 101.5 UMFM and on the UMFM app!

PODCAST: January 19, 2017: Episode 226

Until next time, keep your sticks on the ice!

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