The Rink Shrinks: Episode 64

Apr 8, 2022 |

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Episode 64: Mailbag + Cushing Academy Head Coach Paul Pearl

It’s a mailbag episode this week! BY & Motts have the head coach of Cushing Academy, Paul Pearl join them to open up the mailbag and answer all of your questions. Before Coach Pearl joins, the guys comment on Hockey East Player of the Year, Bobby Trivigno signing with the New York Rangers, Motts shares his thoughts on KY’s ironman streak coming to an end. BY shares a quote from the captain of the Florida Panthers, Aleksander Barkov, about his teammate Jonathan Huburdeau. Paul joins the guys (32:08) to dip into the mailbag and answer your questions including:

The difference between coaching college hockey versus high school hockey

Getting kids to commit to a prep school

What benefits come with attending a boarding school

Preparing students for college

& Much more!

The fellas wrap up the show sharing what they would have served for their Masters meal and fill you in on the Battle of the Badges game between the Boston Police Department & Boston Fire Department which takes place Saturday April 16th at Thayer Academy.

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