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Jon Ammerman joins The Rink Live podcast to talk about this season's boys hockey team. He also talks about the state of hockey for high school age boys, his relationship with Andover's coaches and more.
Steve Piotrowski discusses enforcing the rule changes this season, trying to get 60 officials on the same page, how often officials are reviewed by the conference and more on The Rink Live podcast.
Huskies women's team has already won more games (7) than it did all of last season (6). Brian Idalski joins The Rink Live podcast to talk about his team's strong start, his coaching career and previews this weekend's series against No. 7/8-ranked Minnesota Duluth.
Manney — the head coach of the defending Class AA state champions — talks about the coming season, his background, piloting Air Force One and more.
Nadine Muzerall has a lot of ties to the University of Minnesota. She played for the Gophers and was an assistant coach at Minnesota for five seasons before taking over the Buckeyes. She talks about her journey and reflects on winning a national championship last season on The Rink Live podcast.
Rick Zombo played defense for the University of North Dakota, Detroit Red Wings, St. Louis Blues and Boston Bruins. Since 2008, he has been a coach for Lindenwood, a university in St. Charles, Mo. He discusses his career, the art of coaching and more on The Rink Live podcast.

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A look at some of the questions facing Minnesota, its key players and what expectations are like as it opens the NHL season against the Rangers. Wild beat reporter for the Pioneer Press checks in on The Rink Live podcast.
Minnesota State men's head coach Mike Hastings was rumored to be the frontrunner for head coaching openings at Boston University and Michigan State, among others, over the offseason. Hastings' Mavericks have won more games than any college team in his first 10 seasons with the team.
Cory Laylin talks about this season's UST team, which opens this weekend against St. Cloud State. He also discusses coaching at the junior, high school, pro, NCAA Division III and Division I levels and his playing career, which included playing in Europe from 1992-98, on The Rink Live podcast

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