As I have written, I’m not a hockey guy, but that doesn’t keep me from appreciating the one-of-a-kind brilliance of Blackhawks broadcaster Pat Foley. If you are a die-hard hockey nut who lovingly refers to his girlfriend as a ‘Gordie Howe hat trick’, then you surely worship the ground on which he walks, but even if you’re a hockey novice who thinks the ‘blue line’ is only a train out to O’Hare, Pat Foley will enlighten, entertain and inspire you.
What makes it better for a nerd like me is during the interview segment with Len & Bob (too long to include), Foley invokes the hallowed names of Lloyd Petit and Jack Quinlan, legendary voices who, along with Jack Brickhouse and Phil Georgeff, would make up the Mount Rushmore of Chicago sports broadcasters.
If you don’t like Pat Foley, there’s not really too much you’re ever going to dig about this site, but if you check out my new friends at SportSpyder, I’m sure you’ll find something better.
Foley’s first pitch: