The Overtime Hockey Podcast welcomes in Josh Kern from MyEdgeHockey to discuss his modern hockey training and more. Josh's portion of the episode begins at the 21:34 mark of the show.
The opening segment comes from McCoy's Public House in St. Louis Park and is a recap of the quarterfinal round games with a deep dive in on the Edina and Wayzata overtime game that played out at Braemar Arena. The MNHockey.Tv's Bart Archer and Hockey Connection's Jerry Borough has a chat with MNHockey.Tv Executive Editor and Overtime Hockey Podcast host Pete Waggoner.
It is a section final preview show as Breakdown Sports USA's Tim Kolehmainen joins host Pete Waggoner. They discuss an array of topics including boys high school hockey. At 55:06, the Executive Director of the Herb Brooks Foundation Jon Cherney joins the show to discuss Miracle Month. He also outlined the great work that the Herb Books Foundation does for hockey.
It's almost Tourney Time and a new book called "Tourney Time" is about to be released and a incredible read that chronicles each year of the tournament taking us down memory lane while unveiling a number of stories we never knew about. Authors David La Vaque and Loren Nelson joined the show to discuss their project.
The American Family Insurance North/South Classic faces off this weekend and we preview the event with interviews of all four coaches. Lee Smith from the Eden Prairie Eagles, Pat Andrews from the Hermantown Hawks, Dave Aus from the Brainerd Warriors, and Ken Pauly from the Benilde-St. Margaret's Red Knights discuss the weekend, their teams and other aspects of high school hockey.
This week's show features former Duluth East Greyhound and current Northern Michigan University defenseman Phil Beaulieu dropped in on the show and he was his awesome self. Great stuff from a great hockey player and better young man. Ken Pauly provided feedback after his team's 4-3 win over the Edina Hornets.
The Overtime Hockey podcast recorded live from McCoy's Public House in St. Louis Park, MN. The loaded show features co-hosts Pete Waggoner and Bart Archer discussing Sharp Skate Club owner Derek Stutz. Minnesota State Mankato's Ian Sheid was a part of the show who has put together a terrific college career. Breakdown Sports USA's Tim Kolehmainen broke down the Boys High School Hockey Class 2A to close out the action packed show.
We open this season's podcast with breakfast from McCoy's Public House in St. Louis Park Pete Waggoner and Bart Archer look at the Minnesota Wild, and are joined by WCHA Commissioner Bill Robertson. We continue with a Minnesota Golden Gopher discussion, welcome in Minnetonka Skipper boys head coach Sean Goldsworthy, and hear from Andover coach Melissa Volk after her team's win over Edina this past week.