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Bulldog Insider Podcast: Road trip horror stories

Contrary to popular belief, the life of covering Division I hockey for local newspaper, television and radio is not as glamorous as it may seem. On this week's episode we share our road trip horror stories with guests News Tribune photographer Cl...

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Minnesota Duluth wing Parker Mackay controls the puck against Minnesota in last year's regular-season opener at Amsoil Arena. (2017 News Tribune file photo)
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Contrary to popular belief, the life of covering Division I hockey for local newspaper, television and radio is not as glamorous as it may seem. On this week’s episode we share our road trip horror stories with guests News Tribune photographer Clint Austin and KDAL radio host Bruce Ciskie.

 

From hitting a deer in the middle of the night to lengthy flight delays, broken down cars and ice-covered roads, these guys have seen it all. Well three out of the four anyway.

 

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Are you a former Bulldog hockey player, family member, or fan who has a road trip horror story? We’d like to hear from you. Email us at mwellens@duluthnews.com and we might share your story on the next episode.

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