First, it was Mike "Doc" Emrick, now it's Pat Foley. Two of the greatest play-by-play voices ever to call hockey will soon be retired. Emrick retired after last season's Stanley Cup Final and now Pat Foley, the Hall of Famer and long-time voice of the Chicago Blackhawks is hanging up his microphone when the season ends in a couple of weeks.
Bridges is from Flint, Michigan where he was born and raised before moving to Huntington, West Virginia where he would attend Huntington Prep School, a basketball-focused college prep school. I don't know if he missed home or if he truly felt like Michigan State was the best place for his talents