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College Hockey Coaches Show

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From recruiting to in-game strategy, coaches lead every aspect of a NCAA college hockey program. In this podcast, College Hockey Inc. sits down with head coaches across men's Division I hockey to discuss their approach to their roles. Conversations cover their background, their motivation, and even what life in their programs is like for players - from the perspective of the men at the top.

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From recruiting to in-game strategy, coaches lead every aspect of a NCAA college hockey program. In this podcast, College Hockey Inc. sits down with head coaches across men's Division I hockey to discuss their approach to their roles. Conversations cover their background, their motivation, and even what life in their programs is like for players - from the perspective of the men at the top.

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College Hockey Coaches Show

Updated 7 days ago

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From recruiting to in-game strategy, coaches lead every aspect of a NCAA college hockey program. In this podcast, College Hockey Inc. sits down with head coaches across men's Division I hockey to discuss their approach to their roles. Conversations cover their background, their motivation, and even what life in their programs is like for players - from the perspective of the men at the top.

Rank #1: David Quinn, Boston University

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Boston University head coach David Quinn got an early start to his coaching career when a health condition prevented him from playing beyond college. Since then the Terrier alum has coached in college, at the NTDP, in the AHL and the NHL. He returned to BU in 2013 and talks here about his path, what he hopes to instill in his players, and some of the challenges that come with the kind of recruiting success he and his staff have enjoyed.

To learn more about Quinn and the Terriers, visit goterriers.com.

Feb 08 2016

13mins

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Rank #2: Brad Berry, North Dakota

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The only coaching change in college hockey in the summer of 2015 elevated Brad Berry to the top spot at North Dakota. In this episode of the College Hockey Coaches Show we sat down with Berry on the eve of his head coaching debut. Get his take on replacing his friend Dave Hakstol, early recruiting and the tradition that has been built in Grand Forks.

Learn more about Berry and North Dakota at undsports.com.

Oct 16 2015

15mins

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Rank #3: Rick Gotkin, Mercyhurst

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In his 28th season at Mercyhurst, Rick Gotkin remains one of the most energetic - and entertaining - coaches in college hockey. Weeks after winning his 500th career game, Gotkin joined us for this episode to talk about his program, his communication style and the unique opportunity to coach both his son and one of his counterpart's son.

To learn more about Coach Gotkin and the Mercyhurst program, visit hurstathletics.com.

Jan 28 2016

11mins

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Rank #4: Greg Powers, Arizona State

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The leader of college hockey's newest program, Arizona State, talks about what he means by "Be The Tradition" in Tempe, the immediate goals for the Sun Devils, and the impact they hope to have on college hockey in the West.

Follow ASU head coach Greg Powers on Twitter at @asucoachpowers and learn more about the program at sundevils.com.

Oct 26 2015

12mins

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Rank #5: Tom Anastos, Michigan State

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In his fifth year at Michigan State, Tom Anastos has built a program that plays an up-tempo game and came within a game of the Big Ten regular-season title in 2015. We talked to him about the culture he has built in East Lansing, how the Spartans use analytics, and his experience as a college hockey parent himself.

Follow Coach Anastos on Twitter @TomAnastos and learn more about the Spartans at msuspartans.com.

Nov 03 2015

15mins

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