It's been a great end of 2013 and start to 2014 for Johnson City native Jerry D'Amigo. Since being called up to the Toronto Maple Leafs, he's played 14 games, scored a goal, and registered an assist. One of those 14 games, just happened to be Wedneday's Winter Classic at the Big House in front of 105,000+ fans. Not bad for a first month in the NHL.
Former Fox 40 Sports Director, Erik Columbia, now working at WEYI-TV in Flint, MI, caught up with D'Amigo after the Winter Classic to talk about his experience over the last month or so.
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