Episode 071: The Fearless Andy Brown

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-ibzmj-9f796f

My apologies for the short length of the show this week.

Today we are talking about Andy Brown who played for the Detroit Red Wings, the Pittsburgh Penguins, the Indianapolis Racers (WHA), as well as a slew of minor league hockey teams.

While Andy might not be remembered for a lot, he is known for, at least, one thing.  During his playing days he was given the nickname “Fearless” by his teammates as he became the last goaltender in the NHL to play without a mask.

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