Brian King, second year center with the Everett Silvertips, is on track to be valedictorian of Everett High’s graduating class. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Brian King, second year center with the Everett Silvertips, is on track to be valedictorian of Everett High’s graduating class. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

PODCAST: Ex-Silvertip Brian King talks life after WHL

The former Tips winger (and valedictorian at Everett High School) chats about experience in academia

On this special playoff preview episode of Tips Talk, former Silvertip Brian King joins the program to chat about what life has been like after hockey. King left the Silvertips after being awarded a full-ride scholarship for mechanical engineering and German at the University of Alabama.

Nick Patterson joins the show after that to help preview the Silvertips’ first-round playoff series with the Tri-City Americans.

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