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Morgan Geekie: Striking the Right Chords On and Off the Ice

Published April 25, 2024 at 9:05 PM

In the world of hockey, Morgan Geekie of the Boston Bruins is renowned for his skill and finesse on the ice. However, beyond the rink, Geekie's talents extend far beyond the realm of sports.

During a recent trip to Nashville, known as the Music City, Geekie seized the opportunity to explore his passion for music alongside country music star and NHL web host, Cole Bradley. Venturing into the heart of downtown Nashville, the duo found themselves at the iconic Soul Train Recording Studio, where creativity flowed freely.

Amidst the vibrant atmosphere of the studio, Geekie and Bradley embarked on a collaborative journey, immersing themselves in the world of music. Brainstorming ideas and strumming their guitars, they discovered a shared passion for storytelling through song.

Inspired by Geekie's vision of "trying to find a place called home," the duo embarked on crafting a prototype for a future song. Rooted in the transient nature of a hockey player's life, the song delves into the universal quest for stability and belonging in a constantly shifting world.

As chords echoed through the studio, Geekie and Bradley found harmony not only in their music but also in their shared experiences. Their collaboration not only yielded promising results but also underscored the power of creativity to bridge diverse worlds.

For Geekie, the journey transcended the boundaries of sports, offering a glimpse into the profound connections forged through music. As he continues to navigate the highs and lows of his hockey career, Geekie remains anchored by the enduring melodies that resonate deep within his soul.

In the ever-changing landscape of professional sports, Morgan Geekie stands as a testament to the multifaceted nature of athletes, proving that true greatness extends far beyond the confines of the arena.

Full Nashville team trip video available for streaming on Youtube
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