The Chatterbox, Vol. 30

Colton Sissons returned to the Milwaukee Admirals last night after a thirteen game spell with the Nashville Predators. (Photo Credit: Scott Paulus)

The Admirals won 3-1 over the Rockford IceHogs last night. It was the Ads seventh win over the IceHogs in eleven games this season. The finale in the season series will be played this Friday in Rockford.

After the game I spoke with Dean Evason, Colton Sissons, Jonathan Diaby, and Mathieu Tousignant.

For those who have listened in on previous installments of the Chatterbox, where Tousignant talks about players around him during his interview (Vol. 21 and Vol. 22), we had a few gems tonight with cameos from Charles-Olivier Roussel and Anthony Bitetto.

Let’s dive into last night’s post-game interviews!

Dean Evason on last night’s penalty kill effort:

Evason talks about the team’s contributions while Sissons was in the NHL:

Evason’s thoughts on Tousignant:

Evason on what happened to Mike Liambas last night:

Evason’s assessment of Diaby’s professional debut:

Colton Sissons on the importance of his power-play goal:

Sissons talks about his latest stint in the NHL:

Sissons on scoring his first career NHL goal:

Sissons talks about being in Nashville when Mark Van Guilder was called up:

Sissons’ thoughts on gaining confidence from his NHL playing time:

Jonathan Diaby talks about his pro debut:

Diaby on handling nerves:

Diaby’s thoughts on playing alongside Joe Piskula last night:

Diaby and I talk about his first point on Bryan Rodney’s goal:

Mathieu Tousignant talks about his goal last night:

Tousignant’s goal celebration with a Blackhawks fan behind the glass:

Tousignant and I wrangle in Charles-Olivier Roussel and Anthony Bitetto:

Tousignant discusses Friday’s rematch with Rockford:

Tousignant’s thoughts on Sissons return (Bitetto laughing in background):

Tousignant and Bitetto continued:

Comments on the comments? Further reaction from last night’s game?

4 thoughts on “The Chatterbox, Vol. 30”

  1. I thought Joe Piskula and Bryan Rodney were the best players on the ice Tuesday night. Jonathan Diaby made a good first impression as well. Defeat Rockford again on Friday night and clinch a playoff spot.

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