Known as one of the greatest leaders in Saskatoon Blades history, Warren Peters wore the Pacman logo for five seasons, scoring 218 points in 330 career WHL games.
The Saskatoon product went on to play 11 seasons in the AHL, along with time spent with the Calgary Flames, Dallas Stars, Minnesota Wild, and Pittsburgh Penguins organization. He retired following the 2014-15 season after capturing the Danish Championship with SonderjyskE, and has since settled down in Omaha, Nebraska with his wife and two kids. Mitch and Les chat with Warren about his playing days in his hometown, life as a professional hockey player, the former teammates he grew close with, and how life is treating him today.
The guys also share the details behind opening a new storefront location in Midtown Plaza, give an update to the Hockey Harvest Lottery, and discuss Kirby Dach’s immediate impact at Hockey Canada’s World Junior Team Selection Camp.
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