Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Tonight's Podcast: Brian Sullivan, Bryan Brutlag, Ed Lass

This week's edition of "follow the bouncing podcast" takes place tonight, Tuesday the 7th of December at 8pm. You can listen in by clicking "Listen to Without a Peer" over to the right.

We'll have three special guests on the podcast this week. First up, USCHO's Brian Sullivan joins us to talk about the first half of the ECAC season, as well as the exciting news within the league that the Yale Bulldogs are the consensus #1 team in the nation. A Boston University alum, he's also uniquely positioned to give us insight into the upcoming clash in Troy between the #15 Engineers and the #7 Terriers.

RPI senior Bryan Brutlag has been serving admirably as the on-ice captain for the last five games in the absence of John Kennedy (who has maintained his role as captain behind the RPI bench). He has scored in each of his two games against the Engineers' traditional rivals from Commonwealth Avenue, notching an assist as a sophomore in the Denver Cup loss two years ago, and scoring a goal as a junior in the victory at Agganis Arena last season. We'll ask him about the clash with BU, and get his thoughts on the team's play to date.

As a special treat, we will also talk to one of my fellow BlogTalkRadio hosts in a bit of a non sequitur conversation. Ed Lass, a local sports maven and Siena basketball devotee (and long-time personal friend of mine) will join us to talk about the Capital District sports scene and how RPI and Union hockey relate to other sports offerings in the area. We'll also talk about the Engineers heading to the Times Union Center in Albany. Don't worry, we'll explain.

Last week, Chip Malafronte of the New Haven Register gave us a solid primer on the Yale Bulldogs, and as expected, much of what he told us turned out to be very, very true this past weekend. Catch back up on demand with the player below until tonight's podcast airs - then you can listen to that one demand below. If you want to go back and relive any of our podcasts, just click "Listen to Without a Peer" in the upper right corner.

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