Apr 13, 2022 • 1HR 29M

Talking Hockey Sense Episode 44: College Hockey Season Wrap, listener Q&A

 
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The 2021-22 college hockey season is officially over and I share some thoughts on the crazy season that was. There’s a lot of talk about what helped make Denver a champion and then there are a whole lot of questions from listeners.

Questions on today’s podcast cover topics including…

  • Dryden McKay’s NHL outlook

  • Brock Faber’s (LAK) decision to return to Minnesota

  • Bruins prospects Georgii Merkulov, Mason Lohrei and Quinn Olson

  • Future of Boston College hockey and Jerry York

  • Outlooks for Mackie Samoskevich (FLA) and Luke Hughes (NJD) at Michigan next season

  • BU coaching search

  • Early 2022-23 NCAA rankings

  • Which USHL recruits could make an instant impact?

  • Future of U.S. World Junior coaching

  • Juraj Slafkovsky vs. Kaapo Kakko

  • Ryker Evans’ development

  • Who has the inside track on the No. 2 pick in 2022?

I’ll be transitioning to more NHL Draft-centric podcasts in the very near future. I’m heading to Germany for the Men’s World U18 Championship where I will be providing content on both Daily Faceoff and Hockey Sense. It’s getting to the home stretch of a seemingly never-ending season and I’ll be sure to have you covered the rest of the way.

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