ESPN published this video item, entitled “Penguins-Rangers Game 5 Preview: P.K. Subban and CM Punk join the show, Fish Sticks? 🧐 | The Drop” – below is their description.
Welcome back to The Drop! Arda Ocal and Greg Wyshynski are here to get you set for tonight’s Game 5 matchup between the Pittsburgh Penguins and New York Rangers. P.K. Subban is with us live to discuss his perspective on Cale Makar, the amount of goal-scoring this season, and his experience being featured on “Jackass Forever”! Professional wrestler CM Punk joins the show to talk about hockey’s biggest heel, NHL’s babyface and who he thinks will take home the Stanley Cup. Later, Arda and Greg go over the ultimate list of foods we’ve seen throughout the NHL before heading into tonight’s preview!
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