The Outer Limits of Inner Truth presents a comprehensive soul analysis on NHL Legend Mark Messier. Messier’s past lives, spirit guides, and impact on humanity are revealed. The show features many rare interviews. New York Rangers Fans should enjoy this very much.
“The Outer Limits Of Inner Truth” (www.outerlimitsradio.com) Radio Show dedicated a full episode on the life of NHL Legend Mark Messier. It featured exclusive interviews with Mark Messier biographer, a former New York Rangers Head Medical Trainer, and individuals grounded in science and metaphysics.
“To millions, Mark Messier is viewed a legendary almost mythical type figure and we wanted to explore that aspect. We feel that our show has a revealed a side of Messier that the world has never seen before.” Said Ryan McCormick, executive producer of The Outer Limits Of Inner Truth. “
Featured guests on the program include:
• Dave Smith – Head Medical Trainer of the New York Rangers (1985-1994)
• Chris “Knuckles” Nilan – Retired professional hockey player prominently featured in Alex Gibney’s 2011 documentary film ‘The Last Gladiators’.
• Jeff Klein – New York Times Reporter & Author of 2005’s “Messier”
• Dr. Patrick Cohn – Sports & Hockey Psychology Expert
• Kerrie O’Connor – Psychic Medium
• Lisa Caza – Psychic Medium
• Laura Lyn – Past Life Reader
• Constance Stellas – Astrologer
Mark “The Moose” Messier was born on January 18, 1961 in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. He began his professional hockey career in the World Hockey Association (WHA) and in 1979 was drafted by the Edmonton Oilers in the 2nd round, 48th overall. By his third year in the NHL, Messier was a bonafide star scoring over 100 points and combining with other Oiler greats to create a winning dynasty. He was the playoff MVP when the Edmonton Oilers won the Stanley Cup in 1985, one of six cup victories for Messier in his distinguished career. Three more Stanley Cups would grace Messier and Oilers as he anchored the second line, behind all-time great, Wayne Gretzky.
When Gretzky was traded to the LA Kings, Messier emerged as a leader for the Oilers scoring a career high in points and leading them to a Stanley Cup victory in 1990. As the Oilers continued to dump salaries, Messier was traded to the New York Rangers for Bernie Nicholls, Steven Rice, and Louie Debrusk. The Rangers were looking to inject some badly needed leadership and scoring, nursing a 40 year Stanley Cup drought. Ranger fans would only have to wait a couple of years as Messier led the team to the elusive Stanley Cup Championship in 1994. Messier moved on to the Vancouver Canucks in 1997, a move that did not yield the desired results. Injuries limited Messier’s playing time in Vancouver and in 2000 he returned to the New York Rangers. Though he was once the consumate combination of power, skill, and speed; Messier played a productive role with the Rangers. Mark Messier announced his retirement from hockey prior to the 2005-06 season. On January 12, 2006 the New York Rangers held an elaborate ceremony to honour Messier and raised his number “11” into the rafters of Madison Square Gardens. He should be a shoe-in for the Hockey Hall of Fame.