Chris Ryan talks with Red Sox General Manager Ben Cherington on opening day.
WKXL’s Chris Ryan has a special report following the Boston Bruins 2-1 victory over the New York Rangers at Madison Square Garden. Chris talks with forward Daniel Paille who scored the game winning goal, as well as Bruins’ GK Tuukka Rask and defender Johnny Boychuk. The Bruins lead the best of seven series, three games to none.
Governor Bobby Jindal called Chris Ryan while campaigning in NH a few days before the 2012 election.
Current Sec of State John Kerry made a strong argument against Mitt Romney’s candidacy to Chris Ryan at a rally across from the Verizon Wireless Arena in Manchester the day before the election.
John McCain at McKenna’s Restaurant in New London during final ’12 campaign swing thru NH. Campaigned with Senators Ayotte and Graham.
Florida Senator Marco Rubio joins Chris Ryan prior to Election Day ’12
All polling showed a big win for Illinois Senator Barack Obama on January 8, 2008 in the NH Primary. This coming on the heals of a surprise win in the Iowa Caucus, just days before. A win that night was sure to send Obama to the Democratic nomination.
But, in the afternoon the campaign of former First Lady Hillary Clinton started to sense the tide turning a bit in their direction. They still didn’t think they were going to win, but they could make it closer than they expected.
Later that afternoon the phone rang in my office, it was Bill Clinton. -Chris Ryan
When I stepped into the hotel ballroom for the Hall of Famer media availability for the 2008 MLB All Star Game in NYC, I thought I was in baseball heaven. In one corner was Hank Aaron, in another Willie McCovey, in the back row Robin Roberts, Bob Feller, off to the right Rollie Fingers and Harmon Killebrew. Of course, there were also two legends I grew up watching Wade Boggs and Tony Gwynn.
This was the greatest assembly of baseball talent I’d ever seen in one place at one time.
As a interviewer, there were so many questions, but not enough time. Hank Aaron was mobbed so I moved over to a smaller man who I had remembered from viewing the 1950 World Series video when I was younger…Here is my magical journey through that room.