Hockey writers Schott, Schlossman join us on USCHO Live! Feb. 21

The Feb. 21 episode of USCHO Live! features two hockey journalists: Schenectady Daily Gazette writer Ken Schott and Grand Forks Herald writer Brad Elliott Schlossman.

Schott has been covering college hockey for almost two decades, focusing on ECAC Hockey and local teams Rensselaer and Union. He was named the inaugural winner of the ECAC Hockey Media Award in 1998 and has served on the Hobey Baker Award selection committee.

Schlossman, a North Dakota alumnus, has been with the Herald since 2003 and has been the beat writer for the Fighting Sioux, as well as covering the WCHA and college hockey in general, since 2005.

Join us for the conversation and information, Tuesday, Feb. 21, from 8 to 9 p.m. ET at blogtalkradio.com/uscholive. If you can’t listen live, check out the podcast of USCHO Live! available on the player at the right (click through if you’re reading this via RSS.)

Each episode of USCHO Live! features a look at news around NCAA hockey, a look ahead at upcoming games and events, and conversation with people who coach, administer and play college hockey, and journalists who cover the sport.

This week, USCHO.com executive editor Todd D. Milewski will be guest hosting for Jim Connelly, who is on assignment.

About the hosts

Jim Connelly is a senior writer at USCHO.com and has been with the site since 1999. He is based in Boston and regularly covers Hockey East. He began with USCHO.com as the correspondent covering the MAAC, which nowadays is known as Atlantic Hockey. Each week during the season, he co-writes “Tuesday Morning Quarterback.”

Ed Trefzger has been part of USCHO since 1999 and now serves as a senior writer and director of technology. He has been a part of the radio broadcasts of Rochester Institute of Technology hockey since their inception — serving as a producer, studio host, color commentator and now as RIT’s play-by-play voice for the last several seasons. Ed is based in Rochester, N.Y.

55 COMMENTS

  1. Trevino?-Nicastro?…..who ‘s running the show on Comm Ave?..waht kind of kid are they recruting?..Freddie in Greenwich

    Jack Parker
    Executive Director of Athletics/Head Men’s Ice Hockey Coach
    hockey
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    Mike Bavis
    Associate Men’s Ice Hockey Coach
    bavis
    (617) 353-4696

    Buddy Powers
    Assistant Men’s Ice Hockey Coach
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    Mike Geragosian
    Volunteer Assistant Coach

     

    Pertti Hasanen
    Direc

  2. Trevino?-Nicastro?…..who ‘s running the show on Comm Ave?..waht kind of kid are they recruting?..Freddie in Greenwich

    Jack Parker
    Executive Director of Athletics/Head Men’s Ice Hockey Coach
    hockey
    (617) 353-4639

    Mike Bavis
    Associate Men’s Ice Hockey Coach
    bavis
    (617) 353-4696

    Buddy Powers
    Assistant Men’s Ice Hockey Coach
    bpowers
    (617) 353-4696

    Mike Geragosian
    Volunteer Assistant Coach

     

    Pertti Hasanen
    Direc

  3. Union DOMINATING in all phases of the game. Hey ESPNU, can we drop the (NY) next to Union’s name?  It is THE Union College.  Any other Union playing D1 hockey?  Didn’t think so.
    GO DUTCHMEN!!

    • EXACTLY!  If you can find a UNION COLLEGE founded before 1795 then THEY can be THE Union College.  Till then, take off the NY – there is only 1.

      GO DUTCH or GO HOME!

  4. Union DOMINATING in all phases of the game. Hey ESPNU, can we drop the (NY) next to Union’s name?  It is THE Union College.  Any other Union playing D1 hockey?  Didn’t think so.
    GO DUTCHMEN!!

    • EXACTLY!  If you can find a UNION COLLEGE founded before 1795 then THEY can be THE Union College.  Till then, take off the NY – there is only 1.

      GO DUTCH or GO HOME!

  5. Congratulations to the Union Dutchmen!
    UNION TAMPA!!!
    Let’s hear from the folks who gave poster “Union Tampa” a hard time here all week.
    He’s smarter than ya think.

    • Congrats to Union.  Got handed the easiest rode to the frozen four, but didn’t choke like many before them.  Hope they are ready for the big stage.  There are no easy games in the Frozen Four.  Good Luck.

      • That’s cause they were the no. 3 seed. “Big stage”? I’d say they’ve been dancing on it all weekend.  There are no easy games in the entireTournament, not just the FF.  Hockey in El Paso? Keep the borders safe…

        • Northern boy with deep hockey roots stationed at Ft Bliss.  There are regional games that are easier than others.  Does suck being this far south and not having the best access to college hockey.  NHL gets old.  P.S. we are keeping all the borders safe.  Props to the US military.

          • Look, if people want to continue to underestimate the Dutchmen then go ahead and watch them celebrate a National Championship.  They are in the Frozen Four and STILL get no respect.  GO DUTCH!!!

          • Yes they are, but Ferris State will be a much tougher opponent than than Lowell or Michigan State were.  And you are right we will continue to underestimate them until they beat someone like BC/UMD/Minn/UND when it counts.

  6. Congratulations to the Union Dutchmen!
    UNION TAMPA!!!
    Let’s hear from the folks who gave poster “Union Tampa” a hard time here all week.
    He’s smarter than ya think.

    • Congrats to Union.  Got handed the easiest rode to the frozen four, but didn’t choke like many before them.  Hope they are ready for the big stage.  There are no easy games in the Frozen Four.  Good Luck.

      • That’s cause they were the no. 3 seed. “Big stage”? I’d say they’ve been dancing on it all weekend.  There are no easy games in the entireTournament, not just the FF.  Hockey in El Paso? Keep the borders safe…

        • Northern boy with deep hockey roots stationed at Ft Bliss.  There are regional games that are easier than others.  Does suck being this far south and not having the best access to college hockey.  NHL gets old.  P.S. we are keeping all the borders safe.  Props to the US military.

          • Look, if people want to continue to underestimate the Dutchmen then go ahead and watch them celebrate a National Championship.  They are in the Frozen Four and STILL get no respect.  GO DUTCH!!!

          • Yes they are, but Ferris State will be a much tougher opponent than than Lowell or Michigan State were.  And you are right we will continue to underestimate them until they beat someone like BC/UMD/Minn/UND when it counts.

  7. As of now I tip my hat to the gophers (trust me its painful). I don’t see them relinquishing the lead this time. Is it time to start cheering for BC/UMD or am I getting ahead of myself? 

  8. Boo Hoo back on the bus go the SUE….   In the words of Danny Kristo, “We will be playing golf tomorrow…”   BYE BYE then….

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