The Rink Shrinks

Jul 1, 2022 |


Episode 76: AAA Players, Tough Losses, & Having Two Sticks

BY & Motts bring you a fresh mailbag episode this week! Prior to answering your questions the guys share their thoughts on the Colorado Avalanche winning the Stanley Cup, who got voted into the Hockey Hall of Fame, and celebrate a local coach who continues to win. Then the boys answer your questions which included:

Parents influence on choosing what tournaments to play in
What makes a AAA player
Making sure the kids have all of their equipment
The My Hockey Rankings Question of the week!
& much more

BY & Motts wrap up the show by sharing their plans for the Fourth of July and provide more details on our street hockey tournament which takes place August 6th & 7th in Kingston, MA!

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