The Bolts Beat Podcast, with Mike Corcoran and Jon Jordan

Former HockeyBuzz.com Tampa Bay Lightning correspondent, Jon Jordan, and Creative Loafing’s Lightning writer, Mike Corcoran stop in for a cameo here at Hockey Independent with the second episode of The Bolts Beat – a relaunch/rebranding of the podcast formerly known as BoltsBuzz Radio.

On this week’s episode, Jon and Mike work out their recent differences in a no-holds-barred brawl, check in again with Lyle “Spector” Richardson and discuss the happenings of NHL free agency thus far.

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About the Author: Jon Jordan established himself as one of the web's most reliable resources on the Tampa Bay Lightning for four-plus seasons, covering the Bolts for HockeyBuzz.com and then Kukla's Korner, as well as contributing several guest spots around the web and in print, including Yahoo! Sports, McKeen's Hockey, AOL Fanhouse, NBC/Versus and of course, a stint right here at HI. "JJ" has offered his opinion as a guest on dozens of radio shows across the US and Canada, most notably featured on SiriusXM's NHL Home Ice, and co-founded and co-hosted "The Bolts Beat" podcast (formerly known as "BoltsBuzz Radio") which ultimately became "Hockey Night in Tampa Bay" on the local airwaves at ESPN1040 in Tampa. Outside of hockey, Jon co-founded and served as contributing editor for LockedInMMA.com, focusing on the Florida fight scene and covers college basketball for Sports Direct, Inc. After stepping away from hockey coverage almost completely for the 2011-12 season, Jon will contribute intermittently here again in 2012-13.

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  2. WB Philp says:

    Corcoran goes down to the canvas in a bloody heap as the leather faced Jordan raises the belt to the heavens! Sorry Mike.