Rank #1: Minor Hockey Talk Podcast - Goals – They Don’t Grow on Trees
Aug 16 2017
Rank #2: Guy Gadowsky: How Much Fun Is College Hockey Supposed To Be?
You have to have fun, because according to Coach Gadowsky, you’re not going to improve if you don’t enjoy the process.
Pretty simple, right?
Dec 07 2017
Rank #3: Calgary Hitmen Head Coach Dallas Ferguson
Feb 15 2018
Rank #4: Doug Lidster: How Can We Improve the Minor Hockey Model?
Apr 19 2019
Rank #5: Anaheim Ducks Conditioning Coach Mark Fitzgerald
Mar 09 2018
Rank #6: Mark Fitzgerald Of The Anaheim Ducks & The Key To Surviving A Long Season
Dec 07 2016
Rank #7: Carolina Hurricanes Head Coach Rod Brind'Amour: Connecting with Today's Player
Dec 15 2019
Rank #8: Bliss Littler On Bringing Offense Back To Hockey
Jan 29 2018
Rank #9: Mike Johnston & The Realities Of Junior Hockey
Nov 29 2017
Rank #10: Vancouver Canucks Skills Coach Glenn Carnegie: Developing Elite Talent
Carnegie began his coaching career with his own training company in his hometown of Winnipeg, where his list of clients included Jonathan Toews and Travis Zajac. He would then move on to become the strength and conditioning coach of the Manitoba Moose before making the jump to the Canucks in 2009.
From the Sedin twins to Elias Pettersson and Brock Boeser, there hasn’t been a shortage of talent that Carnegie has had to privilege to work with. So how exactly do you help develop such elite players with so much skill already in their arsenal? Find out in this week’s episode of the Glass and Out Podcast!
Dec 01 2019
Rank #11: NHL Seattle's Dave Tippet: Start As You Mean To Go
Mar 22 2019
Rank #12: Coaches' Site Podcast Early Season Jitters with Derek Popke
Aug 16 2017
Rank #13: Minor Hockey Talk With Clint Colebourn & Wade Burt
Apr 13 2017
Rank #14: University of Minnesota Head Coach Bob Motzko: How the USA Prepares for the World Juniors
University of Minnesota head coach Bob Motzko knows first hand the ups and downs that players face in such a stress-filled environment. He’s led Team USA as head coach twice at the World Juniors, capturing gold in 2017 and bronze in 2018. He was also an assistant coach during a disappointing fifth-place finish by the Americans in 2014.
The two-time NCHC Herb Brooks Coach of the Year winner has coached NCAA hockey for over 30 years, including 13 years as head coach at the St. Cloud State University. He is currently in his second season with the Golden Gophers.
Find out how the long-time NCAA coach managed to find success in the short-term, high pressure tournament in this week’s edition of the Glass and Out Podcast!
*Note: Due to technical difficulties, parts of the interview audio were negatively effected. We apologize in advance.
Dec 23 2019
Rank #15: Aaron & Kelvin Solve The Cross Ice Hockey Debate
Oct 13 2017
Rank #16: UND Head Coach Brad Berry: Maintaining a Winning Culture
Those are the three key words that University of North Dakota head coach Brad Berry tries to instil in every team he leads. It's created a strong culture for UND - on and off the ice.
Berry has coached the Fighting Hawks for 14 years and is currently in his fourth season as head coach. In his first season at the helm in 2016, he helped North Dakota capture its first national championship in 16 years, becoming the first coach in NCAA history to do so in his inaugural campaign.
The 54-year-old native of Bashaw, Alberta also oversaw a program-record 22 student-athletes named to the NCHC All-Academic team during the 2016-2017 season. Year-after-year, the program and its players continue to thrive under his watch.
In this week's episode of the Glass & Out Podcast, Berry explains how he's created a successful culture that has already produced NHL stars like Brock Boeser, Tyson Jost, and Nick Schmaltz.
Nov 24 2019
Rank #17: USA Hockey Youth Director Kenny Rausch On The Rise Of American Skill
It starts at the grassroots level. The stickhandling you see from Patrick Kane, the creativity you're going to see from this year's probable first overall pick Jack Hughes, not to mention his older brother Quinn - it's all the product of development at the youth hockey level.
Enter Kenny Rausch, Director of Youth Hockey for USA Hockey. Kenny jumped on the podcast today to talk about cross ice hockey, small area games, and his emphasis on skill and fun.
And why it's working. Enjoy!
Jun 07 2019
Rank #18: NHL Seattle Pro Scout Cammi Granato: Trailblazing for women's hockey
You can now add the first female Pro Scout in NHL history to her never-ending list of accomplishments. Needless to say, she is truly a legend in women's hockey and sports in general.
Granato joins the GAO Podcast this week to discuss her new position with the incoming NHL franchise in Seattle and her historic career with USA Hockey.
Nov 08 2019
Rank #19: National Junior Champ: Brooks Bandits Head Coach Ryan Papaioannou
May 31 2019
Rank #20: ASU Head Coach Greg Powers Is Headed To The Sweet 16
As the newest game in town, both in Tempe, Arizona, and on the American College Hockey scene, ASU is making history.
So naturally, in between the announcement that the team is headed to the Sweet 16 and their first matchup with Quinnipiac University, Coach Powers took the time to chat with Kelvin and Aaron about recruiting a group of players that have quickly become a brand new tradition.
Enjoy, and go ASU!
Mar 29 2019