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Two-On-One Episode 3: Todd Warriner
By Tim Cornett
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Two-On-One Episode 3: Todd Warriner

HometownHockey.ca Two On One podcast Episode Three features former Windsor Spitfire Todd Warriner, who went on to a very successful NHL career. Warriner spent most of his NHL time as a member of the Toronto Maple Leafs and also played for Tampa Bay, Phoenix, Vancouver, Philadelphia and Nashville. He shared some great stories with us, including how earned his nickname “One Touch” and talked about his time playing in Europe.

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Windsor - Jun. 8, 2020:
HometownHockey.ca Two On One podcast Episode Three features former Windsor Spitfire Todd Warriner, who went on to a very successful NHL career. Warriner spent most of his NHL time as a member of the Toronto Maple Leafs and also played for Tampa Bay, Phoenix, Vancouver, Philadelphia and Nashville. He shared some great stories with us, including how earned his nickname “One Touch” and talked about his time playing in Europe.

Now an analyst with Sportsnet, the former Spit has also accepted an assistant coaching position with the University of Windsor Lancers hockey program. HometownHockey.ca would like to thank Todd for sharing his stories in a great interview!

TC out.




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