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Jordon Nolan, NHL, Professional Hockey Player
Release Date: Sept 14, 2012 In this very special interview, Nationtalk got the opportunity to catch up with Jordan Nolan, a successful Canadian professional hockey player. Born on the Garden River Ojibwa First Nation Reserve and the son of former professional hockey left winger Ted Nolan, Jordan currently plays for The Los Angeles Kings of the National Hockey League (NHL). On May 6, 2012, Nolan scored his first career NHL playoff goal, helping the Kings sweep the St. Louis Blues in the Western Conference Semifinals of the 2012 Stanley Cup playoffs and on June 11th 2012, The Kings handed the New Jersey Devils a 6-1 defeat at home in Game 6 to bring the Stanley Cup to Los Angeles for the first time. Jordan talks about his favourite memories over the past year and his experiences of living in Los Angeles.
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