Our Line Starts podcast: John Forslund tells his quarantine story

Sean Leahy
NBC Sports

The Our Line Starts crew returns to action, with Kathryn Tappen, Brian Boucher, and Eddie Olczyk dialing in from across the country to chat hockey – and life – during the NHL’s hiatus. NBC and Carolina Hurricanes announcer John Forslund joins the show to explain how he ended up in quarantine for two weeks, and what he did in his basement to pass the time. The gang also debates who should take home MVP if the regular season were to end at this point.

Start-6:00 Intros and life updates
6:00-11:50 John Forslund describes his two-week quarantine
11:50-19:05 When might we see hockey return?
19:05- 22:45 Who should win MVP if season ended today?
22:45-25:00 Has Henrik Lundqvist played his last game as a Ranger?
25:00-end Sign off

Our Line Starts is part of NBC Sports’ growing roster of podcasts spanning the NFL, Premier League, NASCAR, and much more. The new weekly podcast, which will publish Wednesdays, will highlight the top stories of the league, including behind-the-scenes content and interviews conducted by NBC Sports’ NHL commentators.

Where else you can listen:

Apple: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/id1482681517

Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/nbc-sports/our-line-starts

Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/7cDMHBg6NJkQDGe4KHu4iO?si=9BmcLtutTFmhRrNNcMqfgQ

NBC Sports on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/nbcsports

Our Line Starts podcast: John Forslund tells his quarantine story originally appeared on NBCSports.com

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