OMG OMG OMG OMG. Ryan Smyth is on NationRadio this week. Robin Brownlee hosts for the second week in a row and quite honestly we could kiss him for getting this to happen*

Cam Barker is on the show too – and you may recall he now plays with a Mr. Ryan Smyth. David Staples from the Edmonton Journal stops by too, ostensibly to discuss Ryan Smyth. Finally Ben Kuzma from the Vancouver Provence swings through. Perhaps he has some information regarding Ryan Smyth?

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This is NationRadio. Enjoy!

*That’s what she said

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Segment 1 

SQUEEEEEEEEEEEEE! Ryan Alexander Gordon Smyth makes his first of what we pray is many, many, many appearances on NationRadio. Captain Canada discusses his departure and subsequent glorious return to the Edmonton Oilers, what it was like playing here in Edmonton. His Mighty Grace also discusses his role with the team and the youth of the 2011-12 Edmonton Oilers heading into next season.

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Segment 2 

David Staples from the Edmonton Journal and the Cult of Hockey posts up inside the NationRadio lane. He talks Oilers Bloggers and the concept of writing on the internet.

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Segment 3 

A replay of the interview with Edmonton Oilers Head Coach Tom Renney from the Jason Gregor Show earlier in the week.

Segment 4 

One of the newest Edmonton Oilers Cam Barker joins NationRadio to talk about choosing Edmonton as his new home and team. He compares the two cities and discusses his arrival in Edmonton. 

Segment 5 

Ben Kuzma from the Vancouver Province provides an excellent segment on NationRadio. He provides excellent insight into the untimely passing of Winnipeg Jet Rick Rypien and the impact of mental health of players on and off the ice.

Segment 6 

A second segment with Ben Kuzma takes a look at a variety of topics including the Stanley Cup run in Vancouver this year.

Full Podcast 

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