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I host Pre & Postgame Live for the Oakland A's and San Jose Sharks. This is my podcast! Find me on Twitter, Facebook & Instagram: @BrodieNBCS

I host Pre & Postgame Live for the Oakland A's and San Jose Sharks. This is my podcast! Find me on Twitter, Facebook & Instagram: @BrodieNBCS
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I host Pre & Postgame Live for the Oakland A's and San Jose Sharks. This is my podcast! Find me on Twitter, Facebook & Instagram: @BrodieNBCS








36: Douglas Murray

Murray played 451 games with the Sharks, and now heads their Alumni Association. Douglas discusses being known as "Crankshaft" (0:08), why he doesn't stay in Sweden full-time (1:15), what Joe Thornton is really like away from the rink (10:46), and how he approached being a "hitting" player all his career (6:05).

Duration: 00:21:00

35: Dave Kaval

In this Bonus Episode - A's President Dave Kaval's first interview since the "Peralta Site" suffered a huge setback, in hopes of building a new Oakland Ballpark next to Laney College. Kaval discusses how the A's are regrouping, what the options have become, and what they're planning next for a new stadium. This interview was conducted at the A's new Headquarters in Jack London Square, which officially opened yesterday.

Duration: 00:08:37

34: Mark Canha

He's an Oakland Athletic, a San Jose native, and a soon-to-be-father. In this conversation, Canha discusses: how he became a "foodie", his several seasons of playing youth ice hockey, and what once made him drop a "Thizz Face" after hitting a walk-off-homer. Mark also addresses his next steps in MLB, and why he's been watching so much of the Sharks lately.

Duration: 00:21:28

33: Randy Hahn

Randy Hahn has been with the Sharks since the very beginnings. He shares his recurring broadcasting nightmare (0:47), what once got him in trouble on the team bus (11:51), and thoughts on the "Cup or Bust" mindset by San Jose fans (14:30). Also included in the conversation: How the Sharks ultimately fared without Patrick Marleau (19:13), and "If they went to the Stanley Cup Final this year, it would not shock me at all" (16:50)

Duration: 00:21:57

32: Why Are We Still Doing This In 2018?

The final episode of 2017! Thank you so much for supporting this Podcast across the last few months, which hopes to grow bigger and better in 2018. Speaking of resolutions for the New Year, topics in this program include: paying college athletes, Seattle lacking the NHL/NBA, too many exhibition games in MLB/NFL, and hiding hockey injuries.

Duration: 00:12:25

31: Dan Boyle

He was never drafted into the NHL, but ended up winning a Stanley Cup and Olympic Gold. Dan Boyle discusses being a career underdog, and also why his worst statistical season in San Jose was actually the campaign he was most proud of. Now retired, Boyle resides in the South Bay and tells us what would be his ideal "hockey job" should the game start calling him back.

Duration: 00:25:26

30: Hockey Heroes in Santa Rosa

You'll meet the Santa Rosa hockey player and firefighter who saved lives and property... while his own home burned down during those tragic fires. The President of the local fire union also gives us a little more background on what happened two months ago, and how we can avoid ever repeating what took 44 lives and almost 9,000 structures. These interviews were conducted the same night the Sharks Alumni Foundation raised almost $50,000 for the local community's fire relief efforts. Opening...

Duration: 00:32:45

29: Ten Year Reunion with Mike Sklut

A lot of you know me through social media and television in the last 9 years. But until now, not too many know the real story of how I (literally and figuratively) landed this job in 2009, after being completely out of television in 2008. This is one of the most personal things I've ever shared. My former KICU-TV co-host Mike Sklut was also part of the sad ending to our show "High School Sports Focus". He joins me to discuss his last 10 years, which included beating cancer twice.

Duration: 00:30:28

28: Matt Williams

The former Giants infielder is now the Oakland A's newest coach. Matt discusses switching sides of Bay Area baseball (15:20), how he approaches guiding young talent like Matt Chapman (4:20), what managing in MLB taught him (6:24), and why he's called "The Big Marine" (16:44).

Duration: 00:19:21

27: Marc-Edouard Vlasic

San Jose's "best defensive defenseman" discusses starting in the NHL at age 19, and the potential of playing for the Sharks his entire career. Also his love for dogs, his knowledge of longtime defensive partner Justin Braun, and a shocking revelation on his favorite television show.

Duration: 00:26:41

26: Janelle Wang

She's a Peninsula native who is an evening news anchor at NBC Bay Area. Janelle discusses what it was like emotionally to cover the North Bay fires, how Social Media has changed the television landscape, and her biggest blooper - the Buffalo "Sab-res".

Duration: 00:30:15

25: Pete DeBoer

The Sharks Head Coach explains how his law degree is used on a "daily basis", why he doesn't address players immediately following games, and why fighting likely won't return to the NHL.

Duration: 00:13:49

24: Alexi Melvin

You know her last name, but now Alexi wants you to (literally) As a Type 1 Diabetic, Melvin explains why her company is a game changer for those with dietary restrictions... and those just looking to eat healthier. She also tells a few secrets about her father, Manager of the Oakland A's.

Duration: 00:20:39

23: Dave Stewart

1989's World Series MVP gives his thoughts on the 2017 Fall Classic... what the Astros winning could mean for the A's. Also what Oakland's next moves might be in building a contender, and how the charges against Bruce Maxwell could alter his movement and his career.

Duration: 00:16:59

22: Patrick Marleau Exclusive

After being drafted by the Sharks in 1997, and 19 years with San Jose's hockey franchise, today is Patrick Marleau's first time at SAP Center as an opponent. We chat before his morning skate - including his emotions about this return, the decision he made, and what he wants to tell the fans.

Duration: 00:09:56

21: Chris Wondolowski

He's one of the top performers and best stories in Bay Area sports. Chris Wondolwoski is Captain of the Earthquakes and the 2nd leading scorer in MLS history. He discusses the 1 goal that changed this season, the future of soccer locally, and his favorite NorCal team to watch.

Duration: 00:09:09

20: Earthquakes clinch, World Series, Sharks consistency

If you were watching the 49ers on Sunday, you missed the sporting match of the weekend just a few miles down the road. Plus - who to root for in the 2017 World Series, and the biggest question about the Sharks: not how *good* they can be, but how *consistent* they can be.

Duration: 00:08:22

19: Sean Doolittle

The former A's reliever discusses how his season turned around on a dime, after a trade to Washington that was a shock to his system. Also as a supporter of veterans, the military, and human rights issues - where does Sean see the kneeling movement going in pro sports?

Duration: 00:20:18

18: When will Hockey go mainstream in NorCal?

My observations as a local hockey fan since 1993, and covering the Sharks since 2009 - and how Curtis Brown sees the game growing compared to "traditional" hockey markets across North America.

Duration: 00:12:23

17: Wildfires, Sharks & Cash

Some thoughts after watching several straight days of coverage from the North Bay's fires. Observations from the Sharks 0-2 start. And - what ever happened to "cash is king"?

Duration: 00:06:06

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