Episode 188 of the InGoal Radio Podcast, presented by The Hockey Shop Source for Sports, features a long, informative conversation with last season's PWHPA champion Marlène Boissonnault.In the feature interview, presented by Sense Arena, Boissonnault (or Boss, as she is known to teammates and on Instagram @MarleneBoss) shares fascinating insights into her path from a mostly self-taught goalie who learned from her dad and trying to be like Martin Brodeur, to a more structured goalie who now also coaches right up to the college level in Canada.There are great lessons on health and mindset from her time at Cornell University, where she studied pre-med but also took psychology course) and endured a hip surgery. She shares great examples of the modernization or her game, including a 3-layer stance and what quadrant of the skate blade she wants to be on as part of a "Bring It" mindset and how to clear your brain of negative thoughts.Boissonnault also shares stories about how an engineer convinced her to wear white as her signature pad color, and why she was willing to forgo that last season to play in a set of yellow Juuse Saros gear. There really is something for everyone in this hour-long interview.All that, plus our weekly plus a trip to The Hockey Shop Source for Sports for a look at their special edition Bauer Mach chest protector, with beefed up arms and shoulders, and other custom options.
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.
A nightmare occurred at the University of Maryland in 2018 when freshman football player Jordan McNair died of heatstroke after an offseason practice. The confluence of events caused this nightmare scenario—a warm, humid day with a heat index over 90 degrees; practice was suddenly relocated to another field because the designated practice area (the football stadium) was under construction; the workouts were started before ATCs arrived on site and were fully set up (including cold water pools), and the strength coach running the practice did not recognize the signs of heatstroke that McNair was demonstrating. That same year, I authored an op-ed in the Baltimore Sun about what may have precipitated this pressure placed on coaches, athletes and administrators-both financial and prestige. This situation can typify the unintended pressures that come as presidents and trustees try to move their institutions quickly up the ladder in college sports. The question all senior leaders should ask is: could something like this happen at my school? Today, my guests are two health care professionals who have seen college athletics from the inside, both as team medical professionals and now as administrators in the United States. Both represent the U.S. Council for Athletes Health, an organization dedicated to strengthening institutional education, consulting, compliance (with existing health care mandates) and support for the newly mandated Athletics Healthcare Administrator, now required under NCAA rules. Dr. Chad Asplund is a 20-year sports medicine practitioner at the professional, Olympic, collegiate and recreational levels. Dr. Asplund is the executive director of the U.S. Council for Athletes' Health, as well as a sports medicine physician and Professor of Family Medicine and Orthopedics at the Medical College of Georgia. Chad currently serves as the medical director for USA Basketball, and a team physician for USA Hockey and Georgia Southern University. He also is the past president of the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine, the largest physician-only organization for sports medicine physicians. Angie Beisner focused her career on the care and prevention of athletic injuries within collegiate organizations for more than two decades before bringing her extensive knowledge to USCAH operations in June 2021. Before joining the U.S. Council for Athletes Health, she most recently was the head athletic trainer at Ohio State, she was also named the lead athletic trainer for the USA U19 Men's Lacrosse team. Student Athlete Health, Safety and Wellbeing: A Lack of Accountability and Prioritization Poses the Greatest Risk to College Sports Opinion Editorial/Blog Written by James Borchers, MD, MPH President and CEO of USCAH --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/karen-weaver/message
Episode 187 of the InGoal Radio Podcast, presented by The Hockey Shop Source for Sports, features a great conversation with Seattle Kraken goalie Chris Driedger as he continues his comeback from a torn ACL in the gold medal game of the World Championships back in May.In the feature interview, presented by Sense Arena, Driedger talks about the slow road back from an injury that isn't common for goalies, and the importance of patience while going through a process expected to keep him out until at least Christmas. Driedger also shares some valuable lessons from his first season in Seattle, and an expansion franchise that struggled out of the gate, including how his work with a sports psychologist helped him re-examine his pre-game preparation and ultimately simplify that process as part of a late-season surge he hopes to carry over once he's back.All that, plus our weekly plus a trip to The Hockey Shop Source for Sports for a closer look how to properly fit your chest protector, including the most common mistakes goalies make picking a size.
Episode 186 of the InGoal Radio Podcast, presented by The Hockey Shop Source for Sports, features a conversation with Hunter Miska, now playing for Straubing Tigers in the German DEL.In the feature interview, presented by Sense Arena, Miska, who played the last three seasons in the Colorado Avalanche system, talks about a wide range of topics including his start in the game, early influences as the son of one of the most well-know mask painters in the game, his first NHL games and his ongoing development as a goaltender. Despite meeting many of the men his father painted for (Backstroke, Fernandez, Kiprusoff, Nabokov to name a few) Miska didn't start playing goal until freshman year when he made the varsity squad for his Minnesota high school team, and had little coaching before making his way to the US NTDP in only his third year as a goaltender.We know you'll enjoy this interview as much as we did with lots to learn for goalies, coaches and goalie parents!All that, plus our weekly plus a trip to The Hockey Shop Source for Sports as Cam and Woody look at the new True HZRDUS sticks/ The PX being the lightest - and most expensive - stick on the market and the 7X a feature-filled second price point option.
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Episode 185 of the InGoal Radio Podcast, presented by The Hockey Shop Source for Sports, features a conversation with Joel Hofer who made his NHL debut this season with the St. Louis Blues.In the feature interview, presented by Sense Arena, Hofer shares his route to the pros, his experience in the AHL with Springfield as he shared the net with Charlie Lindgren leading the team to the American League final - and in his first playoff game scored his first goal!Hofer made his NHL debut this season playing two games and shares the experience with us. InGoal listeners will appreciate how he goes into detail as he only can with our all-goalie audience including describing drills he and coach Dan Stewart have done to refine his puckhandling skills - though already amongst the best young puck handlers in the game.All that, plus our weekly plus a trip to The Hockey Shop Source for Sports as Cam and Woody look at the True 12.2 line - but with a plot twist - the sets manufactured offshore.
On this LOST EPISODE of the Hockey Think Tank podcast, we bring on ADM Manager for USA Hockey, one of the top minds in charge of the hockey development for USA Hockey, Bob Mancini! This was such a phenomenal conversation on youth hockey development and the in's and out's of USA Hockey's methods. We put the heat on Bob and asked a lot of tough questions and he was very open and honest about the positives and negatives of youth hockey culture today! We also talked about changes in the podcast! We are looking to hire a producer to help us take this podcast to the next level - so if you want to be a teammate of Topher and Jeff's reach out to Topher at firstname.lastname@example.org. We also talk about the significance of the "Lost Episodes..." Thank you to GELSTX, TrainHeroic, and IceHockeySystems.com!!! Thank. you to all of our AMAZING listeners. We hope you love this episode with Bob! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Sports Science & Recovery Podcast is an interview-style podcast hosted by Justin Roethlingshoefer, the Founder and Chief Performance Officer at Own It.Editor's Note: Since publishing this podcast, Coach Joe Meloni was fortunate to accept a new role as Head Strength Coach for USA Hockey's National Team Development Program.In today's episode, I'm excited to be joined by Joe Meloni, the Director of Sports Performance for the AAA hockey program Windy City Storm.As any coach who works with elite athletes ages 15-22 knows, buy-in comes from showing athletes that you care, and that you can help them. And, it's about helping them as people first, and athletes second.During the conversation, Justin and Coach Meloni breakdown Meloni's holistic athlete development model that takes the complete athlete into consideration when it comes to performance improvements. He also gives an inside look into how he created a culture where sleep quality and recovery are prioritized and competed for just as much as sprint times and one-rep maxes.Subscribe to YouTube to watch on video.About Justin RoethlingshoeferJustin has 15+ years in the sports performance, sport science, health, nutrition, and fitness field. He has worked as a performance coach in the NCAA, NHL, with Olympic National Teams and runs a private camp for professional hockey players.He has written three books on mindset, body development, and fitness that have been Amazon's best sellers for their category.Connect with Justin on Twitter, or Linkedin.Register for Justin's recurring monthly live event for S&C coaches on the last Tuesday of every month.Enjoying Sports Science & Recovery? Consider subscribing or leaving us a review! Thanks, we'll see you next time!
Hailey Salvian, national hockey writer for The Athletic, joins the show from Denmark to discuss the atmosphere surrounding the 2022 IIHF Women's World Championships, Canada's 5-2 loss to the United States on Tuesday, head coach Troy Ryan inking a contract extension to remain in charge of the Canadian women's team through the next Olympic cycle, and the evolving debate surrounding the greatest women's hockey player of all time. Later, ESPN's Chris McKendry and Hall of Famer Pam Shriver check in from New York to chat about Serena Williams' performance in her opening round win at the US Open, tonight's matchup against world No. 2 Anett Kontaveit, and which Canadian has the best chance to make a deep run in this year's tournament (30:52). The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliate
Episode 184 of the InGoal Radio Podcast, presented by The Hockey Shop Source for Sports, features World Junior Champion, CHL Goaltender of the year and New York Rangers prospect Dylan Garand.In the feature interview, presented by Sense Arena, Garand shares his experience during the gold-medal run, memories from a dramatic (to say the least) overtime win over Finland in the championships game, and the tricks and tips that he used to stay calm and focused in that stress-filled game and throughout the entire tournament. As he prepares to turn pro this fall, Garand also shares insights from his training camp experience with the New York Rangers last season, including what it's like to step on the ice against Igor Shesterkin and learn from goalie coaching legend Benoit Allaire. He also takes us through the writing process he uses to make sure he's always learning from each of those new experiences, and how it provides a great reference point even when things aren't going as well.All that, plus our weekly plus a trip to The Hockey Shop Source for Sports for a closer look at the highly anticipated Flex 5 stick line, with two options now available, including one that earned praise from Thatcher Demko for its improved durability despite being even lighter weight.
About John J. McDaniel and Wounded Warriors in Action Foundation: Former professional soldier turned entrepreneur and philanthropist. Career infantryman with various Special Operations and Joint Interagency Task Force assignments spanning a 20 year period. Former CEO of a private aviation conglomerate; former Director of Business Development for L3 Communications and former Director of Federal Government sales for The Vehicle Production Group. Lieutenant Colonel (Retired) John J. McDaniel served on active duty in the United States Army from November of 1987 to November of 2007. John is a decorated combat veteran, former Infantry Officer, Airborne Ranger, and Master Parachutist with a Special Operations background. Shortly before his military career ended, John began taking wounded veterans on fishing trips in the Florida Keys and in Tampa Bay. What once was a grassroots initiative has now developed into an ever-growing national charity, the Wounded Warriors in Action Foundation. Although retired from active duty, John says of his work, "I'm not done serving. We simply can't do enough for these tremendous Purple Heart Heroes." A Master of Business Administration, John is a successful entrepreneur, business developer, and former CEO in the private sector. In addition to his work with the Foundation, John is a certified US Coast Guard Captain, a senior certified USA Hockey coach, an outdoor enthusiast, avid sportsman and conservationist. John lives in Apollo Beach, FL and is blessed by his two sons Dylan and Luke with whom he enjoys spending time exploring the great outdoors and various other sporting activities. Established in 2007, the Wounded Warriors in Action Foundation (WWIA) is a national 501(c)3 non-profit organization headquartered in Apollo Established in 2007, the Wounded Warriors in Action Foundation (WWIA) is a national 501(c)3 non-profit organization headquartered in Apollo Beach, Florida. The WWIA is dedicated to serving our nation's combat-wounded, Purple Heart recipients by providing world-class outdoor sporting activities. Wounded Warriors in Action Foundation (WWIA) is a national 501(c)(3) public charity that devotes all its energy and resources to supporting the men and women wounded in combat who were awarded the Purple Heart medal. WWIA supports these phenomenal Heroes by providing them with the opportunity to participate in world-class outdoor sporting activities at no cost to them. We do this to recognize and honor their sacrifice, encourage independence and connections with communities, and promote healing and wellness through camaraderie and a shared passion for the outdoors.
Episode 183 of the InGoal Radio Podcast, presented by The Hockey Shop Source for Sports, features an in-depth conversation with recently re-signed Dallas Stars goalie Scott Wedgewood. In the feature interview, presented by Sense Arena, Wedgewood dives deep into his evolution over nine years of professional hockey, from getting to learn from his the goalie he used to emulate in street hockey, boyhood idol Martin Brodeur, during parts of six season with the New Jersey Devils, to working with a long list of great goalie coaches while bouncing around a bit more over the past five seasons. There were important lessons along the way on and off the ice, and Wedgewood shares them with an openness that will resonate with goalies of all ages while also detailing the technical and tactical changes that helped fuel a breakthrough last season that included playing an important role in helping the Stars make the playoffs after being acquired at the trade Deadline. To say this one is loaded with in-depth breakdowns and great on-ice advice would be an understatement.All that, plus our weekly plus a trip to The Hockey Shop Source for Sports for a round-up of their Pro Return inventory, which includes new additions like a glove worn by a recent Stanley Cup champion, no-label Warrior gear made for a Monster in the NHL, that old school Warrior set you've all been asking after it appeared in the background of recent gear segments, some CCM E-Flex 4 gloves and blockers made for NHL goalies, and discounts on the remaining inventory of big-name Bauer gear too. And don't forget their Back to Hockey sale for more great savings.
The Rangers name a captain! Jacob Trouba has been named the 28th captain in New York Rangers history! The World Juniors are heading to the knockout round. Two Rangers prospects are sticking out in Brennan Othmann and Dylan Garand. This week we are joined by former New York Ranger Dan LaCouture. Dan talks about his hockey journey and tells some great stories.
Episode 182 of the InGoal Radio Podcast, presented by The Hockey Shop Source for Sports, features a couple of great guests from our week at the NET360 Goalie Camp put on by Alpha Hockey in Kelowna: James Reimer of the San Jose Sharks and multi-dimensional therapist Brandy Osborne.In the feature interview, presented by Sense Arena, we catch up with Reimer on the podcast for the first time in more than three years, a span that has seen him work with three different goalie coaches, and soon to be a fourth with new Sharks goalie coach Thomas Speer, who was also at NET360 and is also a past podcast guest. Reimer shared some great insights into how he has found a balance between embracing new ideas from all his new goalie coaches at the NHL level without abandoning the foundation that has helped him thrive for more than 10 years in the League. He also shares some great insights into the evolution of his game and his equipment, including a look at how pros tinker with new lines (in his case the new Bauer Mach) and try to figure out if they want to add the new features to specs they've always used and been comfortable with.As an added bonus, we also caught up with Osborne, who started working at NET360 as a massage therapist years ago and now brings so much more as part of her never-ending path to provide better ways for her athletes to manage their health and their mindset on and off the ice. It's an approach she calls the Elemental Being ( https://theelementalbeing.com ) and it has been embraced by goalies at the camp and from the CHL to the NHL, including some great takeaways she shares in this interview that you can try for yourself, including breathing to reset yourself and a sensory warm up.All that, plus our weekly plus a trip to The Hockey Shop Source for Sports for a look at the new True TF7 goal skates, a second price point option with some features popular right up to the NHL.
In this episode we talk with Steve Thompson, USA Hockey's Regional Manager for Goaltending Development. We chat about the requirements for goaltending, how coaches with no background in goalies can help their goalies, and how to develop goalies. We also get into ice time, bench activities and a lot of other tips for helping out goalies! The Coach's Road Podcast is proud to be presented by CoachTools, a tool to improve coaching and power your club's philosophy! Start your new season off right with a free trial of CoachTools! If you are interested in using CoachTools go to www.coachtools.net and fill out the “Start Free Trial” Form and mention we sent you! Don't forget to check out the rest of the resources from our guests on our drive: https://bit.ly/t-c-r-drive. You can also catch all of the presentations from the first ever Coach's Road Conference on our YouTube channel! Thanks for Listening!
Episode 181 of the InGoal Radio Podcast, presented by The Hockey Shop Source for Sports, features our second straight new Washington Capitals goalie: coveted college free agent Clay Stevenson.In the feature interview, presented by Sense Arena, Stevenson walks us through the NHL recruiting process that followed his strong play at Dartmouth (including breakfast with some guy named Henrik Lundqvist in New York City!) and why he chose the Capitals despite no promises of playing time at higher levels. Stevenson also shares several great stories from and insights into his somewhat unique development path: from not having a goalie coach and not playing AAA hockey between the ages of 12-16, to the BCHL and a breakout .936 save percentage as a 20-year-old despite the death of his mom on that season, to not playing a single game as a college freshman because of Covid-19, to the one season of NCAA that led to plenty of interest from several NHL teams. He also walks us through his evolution on the ice, including a great description of changing his glove position.All that, plus our weekly plus a trip to The Hockey Shop Source for Sports for a look at the new Bauer M5 Pro sticks, a second price point in the Mach line that's popular all the way up to pro.
What are the three things you should be asking your organization ahead of the season? Our hosts give us each of their top questions when heading into a new season. Do you know your team's answers? Did we not ask something you think is important? Let us know - Team@OurKidsPlayHockey.comIf you enjoyed this week's episode, let us know by leaving a review on your favorite podcast platform! Find this episode of Our Kids Play Hockey and more wherever you stream your podcasts!
Episode 180 of the InGoal Radio Podcast, presented by The Hockey Shop Source for Sports, features new Washington Capitals goalie Charlie Lindgren.In the feature interview, presented by Sense Arena, Lindgren shares his experiences as sought-after free agent on the goalie carousel and how it differed from last season, as well as the changes he made to his game during his one year with the St. Louis Blues that led to that increased demand. He talks about how evolving his approach to rush chances and narrowing his stance as part of that change fuelled improvements in other areas of his game that led to a .958 save percentage in five games with the Blues and long playoff run to the Calder Cup Final in Springfield.Lindgren also shares tips on how to quickly fit in with a new team that goalies of every age headed into a new locker room can apply this fall, and gets in depth on the revolutionary new Bauer KONEKT skates, which he wore all season as one of the first professionals to switch. That ties in perfectly with our weekly plus a trip to The Hockey Shop Source for Sports for a look at those KONEKT skates, how they achieve a custom fit in store, who they are for and why they could change the game.
This Week's ShowSegment 1: Week in Review, Habs News, League NewsCheck out news Headlines posts at http://allhabs.net/ (AllHabs.net). Roster news - Mike Matheson and Evgenii Dadonov arrived in Montreal for the first time as Canadiens. Habs appointed Stephane Robidas as an assistant coach. Habs prospect report - Canadiens prospects Luke Tuch, Blake Biondi and Lane Hutson vie for spots on USA Hockey's World Junior team. Oliver Kapanen and Petteri Nurmi will play for Team Finland. Be sure to read the content at https://ahl.report/ (AHL.report) and check out https://www.thepresszone.fm/ (The Press Zone - Montreal). Quotes of the Week from Juraj Slafkovsky and Pierre-Luc Dubois. Hockey news and notes: There's a Canadien on the list of 10 worst contracts in the NHL. Artturi Lehkonen had his day with the Stanley Cup at home in Finland. Segment 2: BIG Topic - Sour Grapes and Silver SpoonsThis week the Canadiens made an addition to their bench while a former coach spoke out about his departure from the club. Former Canadiens head coach Dominique Ducharme said that he was 'left in the dark.' Stephane Robidas' role will be to help develop the Canadiens young defencemen. Habs Mandate: Focus on intentions not results. Patience is the key. Segment 3: Have Your SayCanadiens upcoming events. Canadiens Connection Question of the Week. Listener's texts and emails. Canadiens Connection on Rocket Sports RadioCanadiens Connection is hosted by Rick Stephens (http://www.twitter.com/allhabs (@AllHabs)) with Michael Spinella (https://twitter.com/Thespinella (@TheSpinella)), Amy Johnson (https://twitter.com/flyersrule (@FlyersRule)) and Chris G (https://twitter.com/chrishabs360 (@ChrisHabs360)). This talented team of credentialed journalists come together to share their valued insight. Canadiens Connection is a connection between fans, journalists, players, coaches, management to thoroughly discuss their favorite game in an informative, thought provoking, and entertaining way. Get the Canadiens Connection!Be sure to follow @habsconnection on https://twitter.com/HabsConnection (Twitter), https://www.facebook.com/habsconnection/ (Facebook), https://www.instagram.com/habsconnection/ (Instagram) Search for "Canadiens Connection" from Rocket Sports Radio on your favorite podcast app and subscribe! Use our single link below on any device to locate subscription links to major podcast apps. https://canadiensconnection.fm/listen (Subscribe to Canadiens Connection) Share the Canadiens Connection on social media. And we would be grateful for your 5-star rating for the podcast! If you or someone you know has a gambling problem, crisis counseling and referral services can be accessed by calling 1-800-GAMBLER (1-800-426-2537) (IL/IN/MI/NJ/PA/WV/WY), 1-800-NEXT STEP (AZ), 1-800-522-4700 (CO/NH), 888-789-7777/visit http://ccpg.org/chat (CT), 1-800-BETS OFF (IA), 1-877-770-STOP (7867) (LA), 877-8-HOPENY/text HOPENY (467369) (NY), visit OPGR.org (OR), call/text TN REDLINE 1-800-889-9789 (TN), or 1-888-532-3500 (VA). 21+ (18+ NH/WY). Physically present in AZ/CO/CT/IL/IN/IA/LA/MI/NH/NJ/NY/OR/ PA/TN/VA/WV/WY only. Min. $5 deposit required. Eligibility restrictions apply. See http://draftkings.com/sportsbook for details.
The NHL offseason lull is in full effect. New York Rangers fans now are just waiting for the Kaapo Kakko contract extension to be announced. Following the NHL Draft and last week's prospect development camp there is a lot of excitement surround the Rangers young prospects. To help break down their 2022 draft class and their prospect pool FloHockey's Chris Peters joins the show. Chris is one of the top NHL draft and prospect analysts. He goes into detail with each of the Rangers 2022 selections and we discuss where Adam Sykora will play next year, future outlooks for Brennan Othmann, Will Cuylle, Dylan Garand, Bobby Trivigno and more!
Episode 179 of the InGoal Radio Podcast, presented by The Hockey Shop Source for Sports, features features new Buffalo Sabres goalie Eric Comrie.In the feature interview, presented by Sense Arena, Comrie shares his experiences as part of the free agency goalie carousel, what led to his decision to sign with the Sabres and what it's going to be like starting training camp with a team other than the Winnipeg Jets for the first time since he was drafted nine years ago. Comrie also shares some of the secrets behind a breakout last season that included a .920 save percentage in 19 games with the Jets, a career high, including the specifics of how his work with a sports psychologist contributed to his success and, along with Jets goalie coach Wade Flaherty, helped him manage several long breaks (some over a month) between starts.All that, plus a trip to The Hockey Shop Source for Sports for a look at the new CCM AXIS 2.9 line, a second price point option with some pro-level features available only through Source for Sports.
This Week's ShowSegment 1: Week in Review, Habs News, League NewsCheck out news Headlines posts at http://allhabs.net/ (AllHabs.net). Roster news - The Canadiens signed goaltender Samuel Montembeault and Rem Pitlick to two-year, one-way contract extensions. Habs prospect report - The Laval Rocket signed forward Emile Poirier and goaltenders Philippe Desrosiers and Joe Vrbetic to a one-year, two-way AHL contracts and signed defenceman Alex Green, forward Gabriel Bourque and goaltender Kevin Poulin to one-year, one-way AHL contracts. Canadiens prospects Luke Tuch, Blake Biondi and Lane Hutson have been invited to the NJEC by USA Hockey. Be sure to read the content at https://ahl.report/ (AHL.report) and check out https://www.thepresszone.fm/ (The Press Zone - Montreal). Quotes of the Week from Jeff Gorton, Stephane Waite, Mike Matheson and Kirby Dach. Hockey news and notes: Jets signed forward Pierre-Luc Dubois to a one-year, $6.0 million contract. Segment 2: BIG Topic - Who Will Blink on Dubois? Pierre-Luc Dubois would like to play for the Habs but he was signed to a contract by Kevin Cheveldayoff and the Winnipeg Jets. Kent Hughes and the Montreal Canadiens would like to make a trade happen. But each general manager is playing a patient game. Who will blink first? Dubois situation from the Canadiens perspective. Dubois situation from the Jets perspective. Rocket Sports contributor Mike Raschle joins us to offer his perspective of the situation. Segment 3: Have Your SayCanadiens upcoming events. Canadiens Connection Question of the Week. Listener's texts and emails. Canadiens Connection on Rocket Sports RadioCanadiens Connection is hosted by Rick Stephens (http://www.twitter.com/allhabs (@AllHabs)) with Michael Spinella (https://twitter.com/Thespinella (@TheSpinella)), Amy Johnson (https://twitter.com/flyersrule (@FlyersRule)) and Chris G (https://twitter.com/chrishabs360 (@ChrisHabs360)). This talented team of credentialed journalists come together to share their valued insight. Canadiens Connection is a connection between fans, journalists, players, coaches, management to thoroughly discuss their favorite game in an informative, thought provoking, and entertaining way. Get the Canadiens Connection!Be sure to follow @habsconnection on https://twitter.com/HabsConnection (Twitter), https://www.facebook.com/habsconnection/ (Facebook), https://www.instagram.com/habsconnection/ (Instagram) Search for "Canadiens Connection" from Rocket Sports Radio on your favorite podcast app and subscribe! Use our single link below on any device to locate subscription links to major podcast apps. https://canadiensconnection.fm/listen (Subscribe to Canadiens Connection) Share the Canadiens Connection on social media. And we would be grateful for your 5-star rating for the podcast! If you or someone you know has a gambling problem, crisis counseling and referral services can be accessed by calling 1-800-GAMBLER (1-800-426-2537) (IL/IN/MI/NJ/PA/WV/WY), 1-800-NEXT STEP (AZ), 1-800-522-4700 (CO/NH), 888-789-7777/visit http://ccpg.org/chat (CT), 1-800-BETS OFF (IA), 1-877-770-STOP (7867) (LA), 877-8-HOPENY/text HOPENY (467369) (NY), visit OPGR.org (OR), call/text TN REDLINE 1-800-889-9789 (TN), or 1-888-532-3500 (VA). 21+ (18+ NH/WY). Physically present in AZ/CO/CT/IL/IN/IA/LA/MI/NH/NJ/NY/OR/ PA/TN/VA/WV/WY only. Min. $5 deposit required. Eligibility restrictions apply. See http://draftkings.com/sportsbook for details.
Coming Down the Pipe... [0:00] - Intro for the 17th season of The Pipeline Show [1:27] - Guy begins the episode with thoughts on the Hockey Canada situation and the guest list for the week. [12:05] - The first edition of the 2023 Draft Spotlight features a player who is already expected to be one of the first players chosen in the 2023 NHL Draft; Adam Fantilli from the University of Michigan. [32:24] - Alan Millar is the Director of Player Personnel for Canada's U18 and U20 teams so he's here to talk about the Hlinka Gretzky Cup and 2022 / 2023 WJC teams. [54:19] - The Director of Junior Hockey for USA Hockey is Marc Boxer so I spoke with him about Team USA's entry to the Hlinka Gretzky Cup. [1:15:31] - Wade Klippenstein was a NCAA player and assistant coach, then a coach, scout and assistant GM in the WHL for five different teams. Now he is the Director of Amateur Scouting for the Colorado Avalanche meaning he's also a Stanley Cup Champion. [1:37:56] - Guy wraps up the episode for the week.
Episode 178 of the InGoal Radio Podcast, presented by The Hockey Shop Source for Sports, features Princeton graduate, European league pro and Olympian Kimberly Newell.In the feature interview, presented by Sense Arena, Newell shares her incredible path to playing for China at the 2022 Beijing Olympics, including the story of her remarkable recovery from a badly broken ankle suffered just two and a half months before they started. That incredible comeback wouldn't have been possible without the mental training and mindset work she's done throughout her career, starting with some great stories about pre-game pump ups in the car with her dad, and continuing through a journey of self discovery, including work with sports psychologists, in college and pro. Those examples, and so many more involving her search now for better ways to train on and off the ice while working as a coach and mentor with Empower Hockey in the Vancouver area, make this undoubtedly one of our best interviews yet. It's a lengthy conversation loaded with insights and examples that goalies -- and coaches and goalie parents -- at every level will benefit from hearing. (And oh yeah, we also get into the story behind what was arguably the best set of custom pads from the past season, Newell's golden dragon Olympic set made by Brian's Custom Sports).All that, plus a trip to The Hockey Shop Source for Sports for a look at the new Bauer M5 Pro pads and gloves, which offers many of the same pro-level features and incredible value at a lower price point than the top-end Mach line we debuted recently in this same space.
The star of his Nunaka Valley Elementary School club team in the 60's, Mike Ashley went on to cut his teeth in the Saskatchewan Junior League for the Weyburn Red Rings. That rough and tumble, rise and grind experience would pay dividends when he traded his stick for a clipboard. Coach Ashley amassed 10 state high school championships during his tenure behind the bench at Dimond (head), Service (assistant) and South Anchorage (head). He was also an assistant bench boss to Brush Christianson at UAA in the early 80's and took the helm of the Anchorage Aces for the 1992-1993 season. Now retired from both coaching and teaching Mike is still heavily involved with USA Hockey as a Pacific District Evaluator for Alaska. He officiates youth/adult hockey and volunteers at high school hockey games as an off-ice official. The 2019 Alaska High School Hall of Fame inductee has honest and intelligent takes on all the hot button topics about the state of Alaska hockey. Forever the rink rat, this rat has stories. A lot of stories! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Brian and Tom are back with their 2022 NHL Mock Draft! This week, Brian and Tom discussed all of the news surrounding the NHL Draft, as well as projected the entire first round. Brian and Tom share their thoughts on this week's episode of i80 NHL! Like, comment, and subscribe for more NHL content, as well as more great NFL, NCAA Football, MLS, NBA, and Wrestling content as well!i80 Sports is a podcast network and YouTube channel with an entertaining cast of characters covering breaking news, current events, fantasy, and Sports Book picks. Like our namesake highway, i80 Sports is coast to coast American sports! Join us, grab a drink, and come talk sports. You can find all our audio and video platforms via our website- www.i80sports.comSupport the show
Episode 177 of the InGoal Radio Podcast, presented by The Hockey Shop Source for Sports, features Jamie Phillips, former pro goaltender now Sport Scientist and goaltending coach at Michigan Tech for a great discussion about nutrition, training and injury prevention for goaltenders.In the feature interview, presented by Sense Arena, Phillips talks about the things he sees missing from a physical and dietary perspective in goaltenders, injury prevention through training, off-season training with an emphasis on the last few months of the summer, the use of nutritional supplements and more. With an undergraduate and Master's degree in Exercise Science and now working towards a Doctorate of Physical Therapy, Phillips understands the position and the needs of goaltenders and can communicate his knowledge clearly and concisely. His dual role of Scientist and Goalie coach also give him a perspective on the position and its needs like few others possess.Phillips began Victorem Integrated Performance with one goal in mind, to help athletes perform at their best each and every day through scientifically backed programming in both nutrition and off ice training. He can be reached via DM on his Instagram page @VictoremPerformance.He is also a new contributor at InGoal with his first nutrition topic - Pre Game Meals is now published for InGoal Members to enjoy. Each article will include a downloadable PDF recipe for you to enjoy.All that, plus a trip to The Hockey Shop Source for Sports for a segment we've called “Danglers for Daren” as longtime listeners will know his passion for this often overlooked but important piece of equipment. Woody and Cm will help you understand your options and how to mount them on your mask for both safety and the quietist integration possible.
Join Scott and Paul for another episode of College Hockey West Live. Tonight, we talk Colorado College and USA Hockey and World Juniors with Tiger Head Coach Kris Mayotte! For more, click like and subscribe and go to www.IceTimeHockeySW.com.
Episode 176 of the InGoal Radio Podcast, presented by The Hockey Shop Source for Sports, features Dallas Stars #1 Jake Oettinger just a few weeks after his incredible 7-game playoff performance vs. The Calgary Flames.In the feature interview, presented by Sense Arena, Oettinger chats with InGoal listeners openly and honestly - goalie to goalie. He shares insights about his summer training, what he hopes to improve on going into next season and the role Ben Bishop, who he described as having one of the best hockey IQs in the game, has played in his adaptation to the pros. Jake also talks about his Bauer equipment, his roots in the game and the advice he would have for his younger self - something that applies to all our younger listeners and their parents. All that, plus a trip to The Hockey Shop Source for Sports for a look at the new Bauer NME ONE mask….or is it a helmet? You decide. But check it out, the pro level protection crossed with light weight and comfort impressed us right away!
The offseason has been quiet for the Rangers so far. With the NHL draft next week, we should start to see some moves happen and hear more rumors. This week we are joined by former New York Rangers defenseman Adam Clendening. Adam played for the Philadelphia Flyers this past season, his 10th pro season. He shares his hockey journey and shares some great stories. Especially about his former coach John Tortorella.
On Episode 256 of The Tennis Files Podcast, I spoke with Dr. Larry Lauer, a mental skills specialist for USTA Player Development, about how to mentally prepare for your matches. Dr. Lauer earned a PhD in science, exercise, and sports psychology from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. He was previously the Director of Coaching Education and Development at the Institute for the Study of Youth Sports (ISYS) at Michigan State University. Dr. Lauer also was an assistant coach and mental coach for Michigan State Men's Tennis, helping the team reach the 2013 NCAA tournament. Dr. Lauer was a sports psychologist consultant for USA Hockey's National Team Development Program. He currently co-hosts the Compete Like a Champion Podcast with Johnny Parkes. On the show, you'll learn a step by step process for how to prepare mentally for your matches, how to achieve the optimal performance state, how to figure out your ideal match temperature, the power of visualization and journaling, how to create a pre-match plan, and much more! I hope you enjoy my interview with Larry! Let us know what you think about the episode in the comments below! And be sure to subscribe to Tennis Files to receive the latest tennis content to improve your game straight to your inbox! Larry's Bio Compete Like a Champion Podcast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Episode 175 of the InGoal Radio Podcast, presented by The Hockey Shop Source for Sports, features recently retired German goalie Jenny Harss, an NCAA champion and two-time Olympian.In the feature interview, presented by Sense Arena, Harss shares lessons and insights from an 18-year career that featured 10 appearances at the World Championships, including her first at age 17. She followed that up by posting a .942 save percentage as an 18-year-old at the 2006 Olympics in Torino, and three more seasons in Germany before coming over to the University of Minnesota-Duluth in 2009 and posting save percentages of .934, .921 and .926 and winning a national championship during three seasons of college hockey. From there it was back to Germany, where she played primarily in men's pro leagues in addition to the women's world championships and the 2014 Olympics in Sochi. He path is full of great lessons that apply to goalies or every age, gender and ability, and her interview is must listen for goalies everywhere, loaded with advice from one of the best in the women's game.All that, plus a trip to The Hockey Shop Source for Sports for a look at the new Bauer Mach chest protector.
Brian and Tom are back to cover the Stanley Cup Playoffs! This week, Brian and Tom reflected on the Conference Finals of the NHL Playoffs, as well preview and predict the Stanley Cup Finals between the Colorado Avalanche and the Tampa Bay Lightning. Brian and Tom share their thoughts on this week's episode of i80 NHL! Like, comment, and subscribe for more NHL content, as well as more great NFL, NCAA Football, MLS, NBA, and Wrestling content as well!Like our namesake highway, i80 Sports is a dedicated network focused on coast to coast American sports. We release weekly content for each sport AND host a weekly Sunday morning livestream on YouTube, Facebook Live, and Periscope (Twitter). We take questions, comments, and even phone calls!i80 Sports is a network with an entertaining cast of characters covering breaking news, current events, fantasy, and Sports Book picks. Our current teams include NFL, MLS, College Football, and NHL. Join us, grab a drink, and come talk sports. You can find all our audio and video platforms via our website- www.i80sports.comSupport the show
How much do you know about your favorite podcast hosts? Lee, Christie, Mike, and even Producer Katelynn take to the mic to discuss their backgrounds in and before hockey! Thanks so much for listening to this episode of Our Kids Play Hockey. If you've found value in what you've heard please feel free to leave us a review and subscribe to our weekly show! Have a question or a topic you'd like our team to cover? Email us anytime at Team@OurKidsPlayHockey.com!
Do you understand exactly what its like for your kids on the ice? Meagan Hesham was brand new to the world of youth hockey when she decided to grab a stick and learn to play too! She joined Lee, Mike, and Christie to discuss this journey and her new book that tells the story, "Hockey, Eh?"Be sure to grab a copy of "When Hockey Stops," Lee and Christie's new children's book which follows León as he learns how to cope with an injury stripping him of his hockey season. Find "When Hockey Stops" anywhere books are sold or head over to WhenHockeyStops.com now to get a signed copy!
Episode 174 of the InGoal Radio Podcast, presented by The Hockey Shop Source for Sports, features a fantastic, can't miss conversation with NHL veteran Cory Schneider.In the feature interview, presented by Sense Arena, Schneider catches us up on the long path back to finally feeling like himself after hip surgery and the pandemic limited his chances to play, and the changes he made with the New York Islanders goalie coaching staff, including Mitch Korn, that led to a bounce-back this season that included a .920 save percentage in the AHL and a win in his NHL return. Schneider shares glimpses into the passion for the position that propelled him to keep playing, the sharp goalie mind that made him an NHL standout for most of a decade, and insights into how he thinks the game has changed for goalies, the keys to thriving in that new, more wide-open environment, and what the future might hold for him next season and beyond.All that, plus a trip to The Hockey Shop Source for Sports for a look at the new CCM AXIS 2 chest protector, with increased use of impact-absorbing D3O foams for improved protection without sacrificing flex, feel and mobility.
Ted Kulfan lists the pros and cons of hiring ex-Bruins coach Bruce Cassidy and USA Hockey's Cutter Gauthier is the interview guest.
For Seattle hockey fans, things haven't gone their way recently. The Seattle Thunderbirds are now down 3-1 in the WHL Championship Series after losing two straight at home this week to the Edmonton Oil Kings, and Kraken goalie Chris Driedger tore his ACL playing in the IIHF World Championship. On this episode, the Sound Of Hockey Podcast breaks down those WHL games and discusses what options the Kraken have to backfill Driedger's position. Also discussed on this show, USA Hockey has released its latest data, and Washington State has predictably seen quite an uptick. We then have a HYPE-o-thetical, Weekly One-Timers, and Three Stars. SUBSCRIBE! ENJOY! REVIEW!
The secret behind Igor Shesterkin's success? A young Tuukka Rask training with Tae Kwon Do in the offseason? The evolution of Finnish goaltending We get into it all in Episode 173 of the InGoal Radio Podcast, presented by The Hockey Shop Source for Sports, with goalie coach Marko Torenius.In the feature interview, presented by Sense Arena, Torenius breaks down the rise of Shesterkin, who he worked with in the KHL for more than five seasons alongside fellow goalie coach Rashit Davydov, and shares insights and anecdotes from 25 seasons as a goalie coach in Finland and Russia, including the differences in how each country trains goalies. Torenius also shares thoughts from his work updating the Finnish curriculum last season, and his annual off-season work with a deep list of Finnish NHL goalies, including Ville Husso, Mikko Koskinen and Joonas Korpisalo.All that, plus a trip to The Hockey Shop Source for Sports for a look at the new Bauer Mach sticks.
What is your organization doing to prep for the upcoming season? It may be June, but if your answer doesn't include these three things, you may want to make some changes or suggestions!Thanks so much for listening. Please give us a subscribe and a follow if you haven't and feel free to leave a review! This helps us a ton in getting this podcast to other parents and coaches!
Episode 172 of the InGoal Radio Podcast, presented by The Hockey Shop Source for Sports, features the return of Pete Fry, the Goalie Mindset Guy, and some invaluable lessons to stronger between the ears so you can play better between the pipes.In that feature interview, presented by Sense Arena, Fry shares some of the same position-specific mindset tips that he uses while working with goalies of all ages, right up to professional goalies, many of whom have also guested on the InGoal Radio Podcast, including Dylan Ferguson of the Vegas Golden Knights, Beck Warm of the Carolina Hurricanes, Zane McIntrye of the Minnesota Wild and Canadian Olympic gold medal winner Kristen Campbell. Fry, who played goal in the WHL and was drafted by the New Jersey Devils in 1987, delves into a number of tips you can takeaway today and put into your training. This includes a daily goalie morning routine, dealing with mental fatigue, the 3 mental zone system, the 23% rule - literally something for everyone who listens to this show from goalies to parents and coaches. All that, plus a trip to The Hockey Shop Source for Sports for our first looks at the new Bauer Supreme Mach pads, blocker and a glove that had the boys drooling at how good it felt on the hand, including a new grip texture to make closure easier.In this episode Pete Mentions a seminar he is putting on with InGoal on June 25th in Vancouver. We invite all of you to consider joining us either in person or through the virtual feed.
What is the “Coach Developer Academy?” Lee and Mike discuss how USA Hockey is helping to develop coaches by giving them the right tools to better train their young athletes.Thanks so much for listening. Please give us a subscribe and a follow if you haven't and feel free to leave a review! This helps us a ton in getting this podcast to other parents and coaches!Be sure to check out our friends at WorldHockeyHub.com where you can see some upcoming tournaments and events! Right now is when coaches and organizations are beginning to plan for next season - World Hockey Hub is the perfect resource!
Host: Jonathan D. Barlow, M.D. (@DoctorOkoro) Guests: Michael J. Stuart, M.D. Knee sports medicine and reconstruction specialist Dr. Michael Stuart joins host Dr. Kelechi Okoroha (@DoctorOkoro) to discuss his experience as the Head team physician for the USA Olympic team. They discuss Dr. Stuart's beginnings with the sport of hockey, what it was like being the father of high level hockey athletes and his recent experiences in the 2022 Olympics in Beijing.
Episode 171 of the InGoal Radio Podcast, presented by The Hockey Shop Source for Sports, features Goaltending Coach Maciej Szwoch fresh off a Swedish League Gold Medal with Farjestad, who also works with the Detroit Red Wings as a European Consultant.In that feature interview, presented by Sense Arena, Szwoch and Kevin Woodley dive deep on a number of topics of interest to coaches and goaltenders around the world. They look at the evolving role of the goaltending coach and best practices for working with modern professionals, the evolution of the game and the position, and how Szwoch integrates his dual role with Farjestad and the Red Wings.All that, plus a trip to The Hockey Shop Source for Sports where Cam and Woody look at the all-new CCM Axis 2 that features arguably the biggest leap forward for a CCM line with significant changes to pads, glove and blocker.
This week on the Next Shift Hockey Podcast we are joined by Erie, Pennsylvania native and former Mercyhurst, ECHL, KHL Goaltender and 2018 Team USA Olympian, Ryan Zapolski. Ryan chatted with us about growing up in Erie and making the late switch from skater to goaltender at age 12, his path from PA High School Hockey to Mercyhurst and the Pros, playing in the 2018 Winter Olympics for team USA, some advice for players at the end of their careers and Ryan's upcoming season with the new hockey league in town, 3ICE. Thanks for joining the show, Ryan Zapolski!
Episode 170 of the InGoal Radio Podcast, presented by The Hockey Shop Source for Sports, features the return of Michael Lawrence, goalie coach for HC Lugano in Switzerland's top pro league, the NLA, and owner of Pro Goaltending Schools in Ontario.In that feature interview, presented by Sense Arena, Lawrence peels back the layers on how to balance in-season and long-term development in the win-now environment of pro hockey, a process he went through with Elvis Merzlikins in Lugano, and one that is increasingly important in the NHL after a record 119 different goalies got into a game this season (and 27 and counting in the first round of the playoffs already). Lawrence, who spent time in the OHL and KHL before moving to the Swiss League eight seasons ago, also touches on some biomechanics and the importance of what he calls a "pinch" in a goalie's set up; teaching a multiple stance system with a narrow, or "perimeter feet" set up when the puck is on the perimeter; some of the key development differences he sees between Europe's club system and the private models in Canada; and how he uses new goalie analytics to not only scout goalies, but also to help his goalies get better with targeted work in season.All that, plus a trip to The Hockey Shop Source for Sports for some options to keep your gear from smelling as bad as Woody's game, including a spray he swears saved his marriage.