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Logan Hutsko

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BONUS: Spencer Knight, Chase Priskie, Logan Hutsko, Geordie Kinnear, TJ Chillot: Live From Charlotte

Panther Pourri - a Florida Panthers Fan Podcast

All the audio I captured while covering the Checkers in Charlotte! 1. Logan Hutsko Interview/Scrum2. Geordie Kinnear Interview/Scrum3. Spencer Knight Interview4. Intermission Conversation w/ TJ Chillot, Checkers broadcast5. Georgie Kinnear Interview/Scrum 26. Chase Priskie InterviewThank you to: TJ Chillot (voice of the Charlotte Checkers), Paul Branecky (Checkers VP of Marketing and Communications)Nick Niedzielski (Checkers Director of Marketing and Communications), along with everyone that appeared on the pod!

27mins

23 Feb 2022

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Interviewing Logan Hutsko: Florida Panthers Forward

Coast to Coast Podcast IV

Welcome back to another episode of the Coast to Coast Podcast IV!  Today, we have on a good friend of the podcast and Florida Panthers and Boston College Hockey forward Logan Hutsko.  We talk to Logan about signing a contract to play for the Florida Panthers, his time at Boston College, training, and much more.  We hope you enjoy and come back for more!--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ctocpodcastiv/support

32mins

18 Aug 2021

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The Buzz Pod: Episode 6 Ft. Logan Hutsko

The Buzz Pod

On Episode 6 of The Buzz Pod, Boston College stud Logan Hutsko joins us to discuss his career, battling through insane injuries, being an undersized player, National Team Development Program, getting Drafted in the NHL by the Florida Panthers, and having a big fan in Justin Bieber!--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bzzz/support

52mins

20 Dec 2019

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Season 3 Premiere: Logan Hutsko (Panthers prospect) on BC, Signings, Training Camp Preview

Panther Pourri - a Florida Panthers Fan Podcast

PTP is back for a 3rd season! Joining us for our first interview of the new season is Logan Hutsko, who talks about his Florida upbringing, how he fell in love with hockey, coming back from a devistating neck injury, playing against Borgstrom in college, and his favorite animals, Manatees.After the interview, TJ & Jacob talk Troy Brouwer's signing, Mark Letestu's PTO, Panthers prospects in Europe kicking off their pro seasons, and preview Training camp and the upcoming preseason slate.Like Us on Facebook at Facebook.com/PTPHockey, Follow us on Instagram at Instagram.com/PTPHockey, Subscribe on iTunes, Google Play, Soundcloud, Stitcher, or whatever your preferred podcast app is, and let us know what you think of the show! Follow our new "Florida Panthers analytics" twitter account @PTPAnalytics!Song used at end: "Finest Worksong" by R.E.M.

55mins

13 Sep 2018

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42 : Logan Hutsko, USA Hockey Center Talks About Overcoming Cervical Spine Fracture

Heads 'N Tales Podcast - Talking Sports Injury Rehab, Prevention, Perseverance, Concussions & Athlete Transition

Logan Hutsko is an elite US Hockey Prospect and is committed to play at Boston College in 2018. He recently overcame a cervical spine fracture (C6) that he suffered while taking a face-off when his head went into his opponent's chest.  Logan said that he immediately felt tingling, numbness and weakness throughout his body, particularly when he was trying to shoot the puck. However, Logan brushed it off and went on to participate in 1 game, 3 practices and 2 lifts before he got an MRI.  The mental toughness he developed from playing the sport since he was 3 years old and from his father who was a football player influenced him to "tough it out." When Logan finally got an MRI on his neck, the scan showed a C6 vertebrae fracture that could easily have left him paralyzed. Logan was obviously forced to sit-out after this diagnosis and in the interview he discusses the emotional tole it took on him to watch his team go on without him and process the possibility of never being able to play again.  He credits his coaches for keeping him engaged and continuing to improve his game off the ice by watching film on some of the best players in the world.  During this depressive state, Logan came across the video below and it helped change his outlook on his recovery process.  Honestly,  I wish  I saw this 9 years ago when I suffered my career ending brain injury.  Trust me, it is worth the 7 minutes of your time. Logan is now back to playing hockey for the US National Team in the Developmental Program, but when he returned he struggled to regain his confidence and admitted to initially playing scared.  Dr. Danielle Clarke ("The best Physical Therapist I have ever had" - Logan Hutsko) from Parabolic Performance & Rehab in Little Falls, NJ helped Logan get back on the ice and regain confidence in his body and in his game.  Dr. Clarke joins us in this episode and explains the clinical side of diagnosing and treating Logan's injury.  She also talks about her own athletic career, injuries she overcame and her transition to life after sports.   Dr. Danielle Clarke graduated from the University of Rhode Island with a B.A. in Communication Studies and received her clinical Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Seton Hall University. She was a NCAA Division 1 scholarship athlete and a captain of the University of Rhode Island Gymnastics team. During her time at Seton Hall, Danielle interned at the Steadman Hawkins Denver Clinic where she had the opportunity to work with a variety of active individuals and athletes of all levels. Dr. Clarke combines her extensive knowledge of orthopedic rehabilitation with her Division 1 athletic background to develop a comprehensive understanding of athletic motion and functional efficiency to improve patient outcomes. WHERE CAN YOU Find LOGAN? TWITTER | FACEBOOK | INSTAGRAM WHERE CAN YOU FIND DR. CLARKE AND PARABOLIC PERFORMANCE & REHAB? WEBSITE | TWITTER | FACEBOOK | YOUTUBE | INSTAGRAM Download Episode 42: iTunes | Stitcher Permalink

36mins

11 Sep 2016