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Cannon Blasts : Extensions and Special Guests

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Happy Hump Day Friends!!

We’re just going to hop right into our Cannon Blasts with the newest episode of “The Cannon Cast”. We had a very special guest this week who we think you will enjoy.


The man

The myth

The legend



Listen to the sweet, sweet sounds of his interview here.

Our Top 25 Under 25 continues to roll on with more of your favorite prospects.

15. Kevin Stenlund looking to make greater NHL impact
14. Could this be Kole Sherwood’s breakout season?
13. Gabriel Carlsson isn’t moving the needle
12. Daniil Tarasov needs to hit superstar level before coming to America
11. Eric Robinson looks for more ice time in Columbus

Last weekend was Nick Foligno’s annual players vs doctors game to rase money for the NEO Kids Foundation. One of our writers put together a few highlights from the weekend. You can find them here.

One of our writers broke down Zach Werenski’s worth on and off the ice.

Speaking of Werenski, he and Seth Jones made the NHL’s Top 20 Defensemen list.

Cleveland Monsters

The Blue Jackets and Monsters announced a multi-year extension for their affiliation. Terms of the extension have not been disclosed.

Trent Vogelhuber sat down with the Jeff Svoboda of the Blue Jackets to discuss his transition from player to Monsters Assistant Coach.

Sports News Around Ohio

Nick Foligno and Brandon Dubinsky hung out with Baker Mayfield at Cleveland Browns training camp this week.

Speaking of the Browns. Coach Freddie Kitchens is not too happy with the kicking situation he has going on right now. Of course not, there can only be one Phil Dawson.

Alex Erickson is ready for a bigger role at wide receiver. The question is, will the Cincinnati Bengals give him the chance.

Pedro Santos is living his best life for the Columbus Crew this season. Boy, is it needed.

What exactly are the Cincinnati Reds looking for in the rest of the season? Winning? Maybe?

Corey Kluber will be out for the Cleveland Indians for the next two weeks due to an oblique strain.