Carla MacLeod, Head Coach of both the University of Calgary Women's program as well as the Czechia National Women's team, joins us for episode 197 of the Glass and Out Podcast. MacLeod is currently in her second season with the Dinos program, and will be leading Czechia at the upcoming World Championships after guiding the team to its first ever medal at the 2022 event in August. Her unique ability to inspire what some may consider underdog programs have helped her gain notoriety in the hockey community. From 2011 through 2014, MacLeod was an Assistant Coach with the Japanese National team and helped it qualify for the 2014 Sochi Olympics. It was the first time they had done so since hosting the first female Olympic tournament at the '98 games in Nagano. MacLeod got her coaching career started with the Edge School's U18 Female program. In 2020, the program captured the first ever Canadian Sport School Hockey League Female U18 Prep division Championship. During her tenure, the team upheld an average GPA of 89%, 98% of her players went on to pursue post secondary studies and 88% continued their hockey career. As a player, she patrolled the blueline for Canada's National Women's team for five seasons, capturing two Olympic Gold Medals, the second of which was at the 2010 games in Vancouver. She is also a member of the University of Wisconsin Athletic Hall of Fame, as well as the Alberta SportsHall of Fame. In this episode we discuss why it's important to keep joy in the game, when you should focus on one thing with your team, and how she approaches inspiring and instilling confidence in her players.
In episode 196 of the Glass and Out Podcast, we're joined by Brad Yetman, Head Coach of the Rouyn-Noranda Huskies of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey. At just 31-years-old, Yetman is one of hockey's up and coming coaching talents. He is currently in the midst of his fourth season with the Huskies. In 2019, he was hired as an Assistant Coach on Mario Pouliot's staff. Late in his third season, he took over the reigns as Interim Head Coach after Pouliot stepped away from the team due to health issues. He was ultimately handed the role full time, despite barely two years of experience coaching at the Major Junior level. It's also worth noting that Yetman is the first New Foundlander to be a Head Coach at the Major Junior level. Prior to joining the Huskies, Brad was the Head Coach of the East Coast Blizzards program, in the Newfoundland U18 Major Hockey League. During this time he also scouted for the Shawinigan Cataracts, the team that originally drafted him in the Q. As a player, he spent four seasons in junior hockey, but had to retire early due to concussions. He then shifted his focus away from playing hockey to his education, as he earned a Masters in Education and Counseling Psychology Listen as he shares his experiences as one of the youngest coaches in Major Junior Hockey, the value of grading player performance in practice, and why players will only be vulnerable if they recognize their coach is willing to be vulnerable as well.
As we hit the holiday break, the UVM women's hockey team is 10-5-1 overall and 8-3-1 inside Hockey East play. Brady learns more about the team with head coach Jim Plumer, talking about the stars of the program, the rise of recruiting native Vermonters and much more.
Brady sits down with Norwich University men's hockey coach Cam Ellsworth before the Cadets game with New England College on Friday. They talk about the Cadets first loss of the year last weekend, a rebound win on Saturday afternoon, the strength of D3 Hockey, the 2010 championship team reunion and much more.
For episode 195, we're going back into The Coaches Site vault to hear LA Kings Head Coach Todd McLellan's 2021 Virtual Hockey Summit presentation titled "Coaching: Today, Tomorrow & Beyond." The talk is a foundational piece of content for coaches of all levels and provides a practical framework, particularly at the youth level, on how to handle adversity and shape their approach to the season. Over the past 28 years, McLellan has been a coach in the SJHL, WHL, IHL, AHL & NHL, and in all but three of those seasons, he's been at the helm. He's in his eighth season as NHL Head Coach and third with the Los Angeles Kings. McLellan has a Stanley Cup under his belt from his time with the Detroit Red Wings in 2007-08, and on January 2, 2022, he won his 500th NHL game, becoming the 27th coach in league history to accomplish the feat. Listen as McLellan shares his thoughts about why there certainly is an I in team, a player's mindset versus a coach's mindset, and how to develop a player support system that promotes individualism.
As she looks to make her mark on the Syracuse University women's ice hockey team, Britni Smith, just the second head coach in program history, is relying on a key principle that helped the Orange soar to new heights in recent seasons: No one will outwork the Orange. Smith comes to Syracuse with a decorated resume, excelling as both a defenseman with St. Lawrence University and an accomplished assistant coach at Clarkson University and with Hockey Canada. On this 'Cuse Conversation, Smith discusses why she wanted to become the Orange's next head coach, how she relates to her student-athletes, how she created a team-first culture and what makes Syracuse University a special place. Smith also shares her coaching philosophy, why she's a talented recruiter, what it was like to earn her first win with the Orange and how she fell in love with hockey while playing on a homemade rink in her hometown of Port Perry, Ontario.
In episode 194 of the Glass and Out hockey podcast, we welcome The Coaches Site Contributor Matt Dumouchelle, who's definitely had a week to remember. You may know Dumouchelle best from his series Hockey Factories, which provides a deep dive into he top hockey development programs in the world. Well, the series was such a success that we've turned the first five organization profiles into a PDF E-Book! You can download your copy now for free. On top of that, we've collaborated with Dumouchelle to create the Hockey Factories Podcast. You can now hear from the coaches, managers and players who helped bring the first five Hockey Factories articles to life. The first two episodes are now available, with episode one focusing on youth development and episode two on coaching. In addition to his writing, he is also currently the Assistant GM for the Leamington Flyers of the Greater Ontario Junior Hockey League. Listen as we explore the story behind the origins of Hockey Factories, his key takeaways from talking to some of the top talent developers in the game, and what he's got planned for season two.
Famed Broadcaster and Hockey Coach, Dave Starman, joins us for our first official episode of Our Kids Play Goalie, our new mid-week edition of Our Kids Play Hockey. While this version of the show is goalie-centric, the content is meant for all hockey coaches, parents and players so that we can all better understand our net minders and how to improve managing their position. Trust me - we learned a lot and know you will too!Dave is a regular broadcaster for both the collegiate ranks and USA Hockey. He is also a member of USA Hockey's development staff, and has spent 25 years as an instructor with USA Hockey's Coaching Education Program. He was a goaltender for the University of Hartford prior to coaching and today he's joining Mike and Lee to discuss what makes a great goaltender, how we can better coach goaltenders and how we can all grow together.If you enjoyed this episode please feel free to let us know by leaving us a 5 Star review on your preferred podcast network.Be sure to follow Lee MJ Elias, Christie Casciano Burns, and Michael Bonelli on all social platforms for more and feel free to email our team at Team@OurKidsPlayHockey.com!OurKidsPlayHockey.com
Brady sits down with Cam Ellsworth, Norwich hockey coach, ahead of the Cadets home-opening weekend against Castleton and Skidmore. They talk about the two wins last weekend, the value of coming from behind to win and how you prepare for a Saturday game in a quick turnaround.
On the latest edition of “The Parting Schotts Podcast,” Daily Gazette sports editor Ken Schott previews the Union men's hockey game at Clarkson and the return of first-year head coach Josh Hauge to Clarkson, where he was an assistant coach for seven years. Hague talks about his return. Union players Connor Murphy, Liam Robertson and Cullen Ferguson also talk about that, plus the team's return to Cheel Arena, where the Dutchmen lost three times last season. Schott also has interviews with Union women's head coach Josh Sciba and players Sophie Matsoukas and Olivia Groulx as the Dutchwomen get set to play their first home game of the season. “The Parting Schotts Podcast” is available wherever you get your podcasts and at https://dailygazette.com/category/sports/parting-schotts.
Brady sits down with Norwich University men's hockey coach Cam Ellsworth to discuss the win over Endicott, the upcoming games with Johnson & Wales and UMass Boston, as well as how the team recovers on a back-to-back.
Brady sits down on the Midday News Service with Norwich University men's hockey coach Cam Ellsworth. They talk ahead of the opener on Saturday against Endicott College, what kind of team the Cadets will have this year, expectations for the opening weekend and the special events of the home opener on Nov. 11.
For this week's episode of the Glass and Out hockey podcast, it's our pleasure to be joined by three-time National Champion Scott Sandelin, Head Coach of the University of Minnesota-Duluth Bulldogs. The Hibbing, Minnesota native is currently in his 23rd season with the Bulldogs. In that time, he's helped them become one of the top programs in college hockey, both in terms of wins, championships and moving players onto the National Hockey League. In 2011, the Bulldogs captured their first ever National Championship by defeating the Michigan Wolverines 3-2 in overtime. Then in 2018 and 2019, UMD became just the third school in NCAA history to win back-to-back National Champions. In total, Sandelin has led the Bulldogs to six NCAA Frozen Four Tournaments, three conference playoff Championships and finished a top of their conference nine times during the regular season. In 2004, Sandelin received the Spenser Penrose Award, presented to the top coach in college hockey and has twice has been named the head coach of Team USA at the World Junior Championships. As a player, Sandelin was a member of Team USA at the 1984 World Junior Championships, named Captain of the UND Fighting Sioux in both his Junior and Senior seasons, and was selected 40th overall by the Montreal Canadians at the 1982 NHL Entry Draft. He played 25 games in the NHL over a six-year professional career, before injuries forced him into retirement. In today's conversation, we'll discuss how to create healthy competition in practice, the definition of an ‘Every-Day-Er,'and why he's content with continuing to build on the success of the UMD program.
To celebrate the success of our second annual College Hockey Inc. Virtual Coaching Clinic, we're excited to share this conversation from last year's event, featuring college hockey coaching legends Red Berenson and Jack Parker. Parker, now 77-years-old, has a resume that speak for itself: he served as the Head Coach at Boston University for 40 seasons and posted an overall record of 897-472-115. His 897 wins rank third all-time and mark the most of any college hockey coach at the same institution. Parker reached the 20-win mark in 27 seasons, won three NCAA titles, four consecutive Eastern College Athletic Conference crowns, 21 Beanpots and seven Hockey East titles. He holds the record for NCAA tournament appearances as a coach with 24. Berenson, meanwhile, now 82-years-old, is synonymous with the University of Michigan, where he spent 33 seasons behind the bench, leading the Wolverines to 23 NCAA tournaments and a pair of National Championships. In 1,366 games with Berenson as coach, Michigan went 848–426–92. For his outstanding service to hockey in the United States, the NHL honoured Berenson with the Lester Patrick Award in 2006. He's also a member of Canada's Sports Hall of Fame and the US Hockey Hall of Fame. Listen as we revisit two incredible careers, what they miss most about coaching and their thoughts on the state of today's game from a coaching and player perspective.
This week's show is packed with guests that features: 2:30 - 15:21 Stillwater Head Boys' Hockey Coach and former Wild Defenseman Greg Zanon 15:58 - 29:17 New Prague Head Boys' Hockey coach Brad Drazan 54:04- 1:28:48 Empowers Hockey Owner Tommy Powers & Tradition NIT representative Chris Peterson
Join John Williams and Jeff Mannix with special guest Molly Engstram coach the U. of Maine Women's Hockey Team.
This week on the Glass and Out Podcast, we're joined by Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds head coach John Dean. Dean is entering his fifth season behind the bench in the Soo. During his tenure, the Greyhounds have qualified for the playoffs each season (keeping in mind the playoffs were cancelled in 2020 and 2021) and advanced to second round on both occasions. Dean and his staff have developed eight NHL draft picks and continue to make the Greyhounds program a destination for prospective prospects. He began his coaching career with the North York Rangers of the Ontario Junior Hockey League, starting as an assistant coach, before being promoted to the club's head coach after two seasons. In 2014, he returned to North Bay, where he played his junior hockey, to join the North Bay Battalion on Stan Butler's staff. After three seasons in the OHL, Dean returned to the OJHL, this time with the Toronto Patriots, where he led the team to a regular season title with a 40-8-3-3 record and was named the league's Coach of the Year. He would also be named the head coach of Team East at the CJHL Top Prospects Game. In this episode, we discuss what a game day in the Soo looks like, how he uses running as a form of staying mentally healthy, and how he sets and enforces a high standard with his players.
Host Stephanie Wood is joined in studio by Stonehill Women's Hockey Coach Tara Watchorn to talk about her new Division 1 program. Tara is a former Team Canada Olympic gold medalist, a star as a player at Boston University and a four-year assistant BU women's hockey coach.
We have a great show for you this week! Barry Trotz, a Stanley Cup champion and two-time Jack Adams award winner who is third on the NHL's all time wins list with 914, joins us for episode 189. You're going to need a notepad for this one. While most should be familiar with his long list of accomplishments, what truly stands out about Trotz is that he is regarded as one of the true gentlemen in our sport. Trotz grew up in Dauphin, Manitoba, and began his coaching journey as the head coach of the local junior team, the Dauphin Kings, when he was just 23-years-old. By 25, he was the head coach of his alma mater, the University of Manitoba. From there, Trotz began scouting for the Washington Capitals and was eventually named an assistant coach with the Baltimore Skipjacks, Washington's then AHL affiliate, a position he held for half a season before being promoted as the team's head coach. Trotz continued to lead Washington's farm team for five more seasons, which included a relocation to Portland, Maine. Then in 1997, David Poile, then General Manager of the Capitals, was named GM of the expansion Nashville Predators and offered Trotz the chance to be an NHL head coach. Fifteen years later, he was the longest active tenured coach in the NHL. Following his time Nashville, Trotz returned to Washington to lead the Capitals to their first Stanley Cup Championship in 2018. The next season, he joined the NY Islanders and guided them on back-to-back Cinderella runs to the Eastern Conference Championship, losing the Tampa Bay Lightning on both occasions. In this episode, we discuss his expansion season with the Predators, leaning into getting uncomfortable, and why you should always take the party to the streets following a Stanley Cup Championship.
Michigan Tech University Head Hockey Coach, Joe Shawhan, takes us through his childhood in Sault Saint Marie, Michigan, through his playing days, to his time at Michigan Tech. Don't miss this one! Joe has a great sense of humor!Chippewa Valley Ortho and Sport Medicine Dedicated and committed to the health care needs of patients in Western Wisconsin since 1954. Market & Johnson Adding Value to Everything We DoValley Sports Academy Multi-sport training facility dedicated to helping all athletes reach the next level.Northwoods Therapy Associates Taking physical therapy to the next level
Clay Van Diest, Marian University's Head Men's Hockey Coach, has led a Christ-centered life focused on his mind, body, and spirit, both on and off the ice, for as long as He can remember. Clay challenges athletes and coaches alike to find their identity is something bigger than themselves and the game that they play or coach. Knowing that although we may all show our faith in different ways, we're all still serving the same God! Want to connect? Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: completingandcompeting.orgTwitter: @candcministry Instagram: @candcministry
This week's guest isn't a household name in the hockey world quite yet, but if you follow or are a member of The Coaches Site, then you'll recognize the name. Dan Arel has quickly become one of the most popular TCS contributors. In addition to his writing, Arel is the Director of Coach & Player Development for the San Diego Oilers Hockey Club. In our world, that's a potent combination, because while there are lots of experts out there when it comes to developing elite players or leading professional teams, there are few experts, at least few of them who are willing to share their experiences, at the grassroots levels. And that's Arel's wheelhouse. Coaching and developing programs focused on players who have yet to turn professional and likely never will. In addition to his Director role with the San Diego Oilers, he is also the Head Coach of the programs U12 A team, where he coaches his son. He holds his Level 4 certification through USA Hockey and in 2020 was named the San Diego Gulls Foundation Coach of the Year. In today's episode, we'll discuss making the most out of half ice practices, the challenges of being a parent-coach and how he believes we can keep kids playing the game, regardless of skill level.
Brady was a guest host again on "Vermont Viewpoint" this morning and he spent 20 minutes talking with UVM men's hockey coach Todd Woodcroft ahead of the team's opening weekend against UConn. They talk hockey, his NHL background, traveling the world and more.
UNLV Assistant Hockey Coach and Recruiting Coordinator Nick Robone joins the show. Nick is a survivor of the October 1, 2017 Mass Shooting in Las Vegas. He survived after being shot in the chest. Nick relives the tragedy. We also talk about UNLV's exhibition game against National Champion Denver this weekend, his recruits and returning players. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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For this week's Glass and Out podcast, we're excited to welcome Garrett Raboin, Head Coach of Augustana University. With the Viking Men's Hockey Program joining NCAA Division I hockey next season, Raboin is currently in the process of building the program from the ground up. Everything is new and will have his fingerprints on it when the Vikings debut next season. New rink, new uniforms, new conference, new players - new everything! Raboin comes to Augustana from the University of Minnesota, where he was an assistant coach on Bob Motzko's staff for four seasons. Prior to his time with the Gophers, he was an assistant coach at his Alma Mater, St. Cloud State University, also working under Motzko. As a player, Raboin was the captain of St. Cloud State during the final two seasons of his collegiate career, which speaks to his character and perseverance when you consider he was a walk onto the program. In this episode, we'll touch on his strategy for running a two player practice, the decision making process of selecting the seating arrangement in the locker room, to the colour of carpet in the players lounge, and why he's choosing to not to put any limits on his team once they drop the puck on their inaugural season.
This past weekend, our team at The Coaches Site had the opportunity to visit the Twin Cities and participate in the Minnesota Hockey Hockey Directors Conference. The event was an opportunity for Hockey Directors from across Minnesota to meet in advance of the season, learn about new ideas on both the player development and administration side of running a minor hockey association, along with picking each others brains. We had the pleasure of being joined by Minnesota Wild head coach Dean Evason to record a live edition of the podcast in front of those in attendance. Evason is entering his fifth season with the Wild and fourth as the organization's head coach. Last year, the Wild finished a mere six points back of the eventual Stanley Cup Champions Colorado Avalanche and there is a belief in the local hockey community that this team is poised to contend for a Stanley Cup. Evason, who is making his second appearance on Glass and Out, dives deep into his coaching staff's preparations for training camp and how they operate together throughout the season. Listen as we discuss the importance of being overly prepared, mixing up the way you communicate your message, and how the Wild approach shutting down Nathan MacKinnon.
Tony Granato's accolades and accomplishments in hockey are remarkable. A highest level champion of the game in every way at college, NHL and Olympic levels, Tony is recognized as one of the great teammates, competitors and leaders in the game. As head coach of the Badgers, Tony continues to positively impact countless lives each year. He joined SGG, where we discussed: 1. The shared passion for hockey among the Granato siblings. “NHL games” in the family basement. Core values and love developing in the basement. 2. Coaching principles “come from that basement.” 3. Benefits of free play. Learning about leadership and how to be a teammate. 4. Learning about courage and perseverance from his sister Cammi. “She fought through lots of barriers and obstacles.” 5. Learning from his brother Donny about overcoming hard things. 6. Learning about the core values of individuals that his team recruits. 7. One of Tony's bell cows (models): Bob Johnson – “His enthusiasm and passion for hockey was what I thought it should be. He brought that spirit to wherever he was.” “His style was unique back then. Coaches were hard-nosed and tough. Stand-offs. Screamers and yellers…Badger had the opposite. He loved and appreciated players for who they were.” 8. Another bell cow: his dad. “He didn't know hockey very well…But what I learned from him was love and care for one another. Respect and care for each other and the game.” 9. Positive mindset. Taking positive things from other players. 10. “I don't want to be respected because I was a good player. I want to be respected because I was a good teammate.” 11. Personality of a team. “It has to be a natural thing.” 12. “Great character” vs. “great characters” in the game of hockey. 13. Values/principles of his program: work ethic; passion/love for the game and people. 14. “When you're appreciated, you're willing to go through the wall for somebody.” 15. Differences in international models of sport and development. 16. US Hockey's new model for developing the game. 17. European focus on tactical and skill work. 18. Talent capitalization. 19. Starting points in leadership development: Core values. Compassion. Relationships. 20. “The part I've enjoyed most about my journey in sport is the fact that I've been able to share it with my brothers and sisters and dad and mom. We're all connected by sport.” 21. His dad never pushed hockey upon him.
Welcome back everyone! The hockey season is finally here and we're happy to return for season 5 of the Glass and Out podcast. To kick things off, we welcome Dr. Jody Carrington. Dr. Carrington is a Clinical Psychologist who has spent most of her career working with children and families who have experienced trauma. Having grown up in Viking, Alberta, home of the Sutter brothers, she worked on the Mental Health Inpatient Units of the Alberta Children's Hospital in Calgary for 10 years. Through her experience she's developed an affinity for helping teams and organizations solve their most complex, human centered problems. Today, a lot of her work is focused on the Big People, as she describes them, who are in a position to look after the little people, or kids. As she puts it, through the relationships that young children have with their caregivers, they begin to develop the “story” of themselves and others around them. They decide two things: if they are worthy of love and support and if they are capable and competent beings. When they have these things in place, they have a much greater chance of developing into strong and healthy adults. If you have ever questioned the importance of your role in the lives of the players you coach, you won't after today. In addition to her work as a psychologist, she's also the best selling author of three books, Kids These Days, Teachers These Days and the soon to be released Feeling Seen. Listen as she shares how we connect with our players, the importance of staying regulated and self-care, and why "lighting up" is every coaches superpower.
We're thrilled to announce that the Glass and Out podcast returns next week for season 5! We've got an exciting lineup of guests and lots of new features that we can't wait to share with you. In the meantime, we just released likely the most important video in The Coaches Site's history. NHL on ESPN play by play broadcaster Leah Hextall shares her raw, emotional and shocking, but sadly not surprising, experience after he first season calling in the NHL. Aaron Wilbur explains how the presentation came to be an why it's a must-watch for everyone in the hockey and sporting community.
Hannah Prince recently took over as head coach of the Saint Joseph's University field hockey team. She comes to Hawk Hill after serving as an assistant at Louisville and she actually spent a couple of years prior to that as an assistant with the Hawks under former head coach Lynn Farquhar, who she's now replacing. In addition to coaching, Prince was an elite-level player, spending time with both the U.S. Outdoor and Indoor National Teams. In Episode #143 of “1-on-1 with Matt Leon,” Matt speaks with Prince about her new gig, passion for the sport, playing career, and how she decided coaching was the right career path for her. "1-on-1 with Matt Leon" is a KYW Newsradio original podcast. You can follow the show on Twitter @1on1pod and you can follow Matt @MattLeon1060.
A chat between former teammates in Edmonton's minor hockey circuit, Bob and Guy Gadowsky, who is the head coach of men's hockey at Penn State University. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices