College Hockey on Radio & Podcasts
College Hockey Today
College Hockey Today is College Hockey Inc.'s look at the biggest and best stories around the world of Division I men's college hockey. Featuring visits from journalists across the college landscape, College Hockey Today looks to highlight those stories and further explore the events and issues in the game. New episodes are recorded regularly and can be found on the College Hockey Inc. home page or by subscribing to the podcast via iTunes.
Play College Hockey
College Hockey, Inc.'s podcast for recruits, Play College Hockey, is a regular podcast addressing questions and issues facing student-athletes and their families who are interested in the U.S. college hockey route.
July Episode: CHL Camps, Equipment Gifts and the Eligibility Center (.mp3)
Hockey on Campus
Hockey on Campus, hosted by longtime college hockey reporter Bernie Corbett in conjunction with College Hockey News, looks at the storylines and stars of college hockey, past and present, and provides analysis from media members from around the country.
Hockey on Campus airs on NHL Home Ice (Sirius/XM) at 8 a.m. ET on Saturday mornings and 9 a.m. ET on Sunday mornings each weekend.
NBC Sports' Sam Flood (.mp3)
Colgate senior Austin Smith (.mp3)
NBC Sports Analyst Ed Olczyk (.mp3)
Former Michigan star Mike Knuble (.mp3)
Minnesota Duluth head coach Scott Sandelin (.mp3)
CBS Sports Newtwork analyst Dave Starman (.mp3)
Former Wisconsin star Gary Suter (.mp3)
The Pipeline Show
Guy Flaming and Dean Millard look at NHL prospects from the college hockey, junior hockey and minor pro levels twice a week on The Pipeline Show. The two-hour show airs at 7 p.m. MT Tuesday nights and 10 a.m. MT Saturday mornings live on Team 1260 in Edmonton and online at thepipelineshow.com. You can also follow them on twitter (@thepipelineshow) or facebook (facebook.com/group.php?gid=2501352325)
The INCH Podcast features the editorial staff of InsideCollegeHockey.com and covers the issues and events around the world of college hockey. Hosted by INCH editor Joe Gladziszewski, it is published every other week during the season.
USCHO Live! is a weekly college hockey show airing online at 8 p.m. ET each Tuesday, hosted by Jim Connelly and Ed Trefzger of USCHO.com. Each episode features a look at news around NCAA hockey, a look ahead at upcoming games and events, and conversation with people who coach and play college hockey and journalists who cover the sport. Your calls are welcome at (646) 200‑4305, as well as questions via Twitter at @USCHO or via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Clarkson Hockey Podcast: A look at the Golden Knights, past and present, with radio voice Bob Ahfeld. Home page
Gopher Puck Live: "Cardinal", "Hammy" and "Jupiter" talk about Minnesota hockey and more. Home page | iTunes
Hockey East This Week: Each Thursday at 9 p.m. ET, get detailed analysis of Northeastern hockey, conference news, plus wrap-ups and matchup discussion from around Hockey East. Home page
Hockey's Future Podcast: Covering NHL prospects in North America and Europe. Home page | iTunes
Inside BU Hockey: Bernie Corbett hosts a look at BU Hockey featuring interviews with Jack Parker and current and former players. Home page
Inside the ECAC Hockey Radio Show: A weekly show highlighting the players and coaches in ECAC Hockey. Home page
Slap Schotts: Ken Schott of the Schenectady Daily Gazette covers Union, Rensselaer and college hockey in general. Home page
This Week in the WCHA: Jim Rich hosts this weekly look at the WCHA, its teams and players. Home page
Warrior Hockey Podcast: Mike Machnik hosts this look at Merrimack hockey, featuring pregame, intermission and postgame interviews from Warrior radio broadcasts. Home page | iTunes
WDAY 970 AM (Grad Forks, N.D.): Dom Izzo and Brad Schlossman of the Grand Forks Herald talk college hockey at 6:45 p.m. CT every Thursday night (online the next morning). Home page
Without a Peer: Wry observations about RPI hockey, the ECAC in general and the college hockey world as a whole. Home page | iTunes
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