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Two sports that are trending on the right direction are hockey and basketball as both the NHL, and the NBA have detailed plans on a return to play. The NHL is currently searching for a hub city to host its round robin playoff format that it will be instituting for the Stanley Cup Playoffs seeding. With a July 10th date quickly approaching, which is pegged as the date for a mandatory training camp, Jason Myrtetus had former Flyer Jeremy Roenick on Friday morning to discuss the NHL’s return to play.

“I’m sure its very frustrating, i’m sure its very difficult,” the 20 year NHL veteran said. “I would have to think that these guys are pushing the limits of their frustration. And they’re concerned about not getting sick. So there are a lot of things you have to take into consideration with them coming back this summer.”

Roenick was able to add an interesting angle, seeing it from both sides as a former player who transitioned to an analyst after his playing career. He also discussed how he thinks the Flyers will perform once the puck hits the ice.

Check out the full interview below: