Trent Kaese Podcast Interview – Episode S5E08
Trent Kaese is today’s Old Time Hockey UK podcast guest.
In this episode Trent reveals:
- Being drafted by the Buffalo Sabres in the 1985 NHL draft.
- The confusion surrounding the tragic Lethbridge Broncos bus crash that left four players dead, including a player with a very similar name.
- His one and only NHL game.
- Coming over to the UK to sign for the Peterborough Pirates.
All this and much, much more coming up in this episode.
You can also listen to Podcast interviews from Trent’s alumni of former Peterborough Pirates players:
Kenny McKie (Peterborough) Episode S1E25
Todd Bidner Episode S1E27
Kel Land Episode S2E02
Paul Hand Episode S2E07
Garry Unger Episode S2E09
Scott O’Connor Episode S3E03
John Kidd Episode S3E12
Wayne Crawford Episode S5E06
Kenny Macdonald Episode S5E07
You know I really love contacting former players and recording their hockey memories and then editing and producing this Podcast to bring those memories to you.
More importantly I know you love hearing them too.
We all love listening to those often hidden stories from inside the game, the stories that we, as fans, never get to hear.
Above all it really gives me a buzz every time I upload a brand new Podcast, knowing that you’ll remember and reminisce about those memories from your hockey heroes of the past.
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