On Tuesday, the NHL extended its self quarantine order for its players, staff and front office personnel. It was due to expire Wednesday but the self isolation will continue until at least the end of April. Questions about whether the NHL season in general, and the Blue Jackets season in particular continue to circulate. We got into all of that with former Blue Jackets enforcer and Fox Sports Ohio CBJ analyst Jody Shelley when he joined WTVN's Joel Riley Wednesday morning. Great stuff as always from Jody who said we could see August hockey in empty arenas as the league tries to finish off the season. He also said it would take about two weeks of camp work for players to get ready. We also had fun with Jody about the quarantine and at the end--some very bad hockey jokes from Joel. It was both fun and informative. You can check it out by clicking here to go to Joel's podcast page.