Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Tonight's Podcast: Julie Robenhymer

We're in the middle of "the dead zone" of college hockey. There have been no games since Sunday, and there will be no games until next Wednesday - a nine day stretch with no hockey. Withdrawal? Nah, it's not so bad. Not long ago we were going through six months without hockey.

The big news right now, however, is the World Junior Championships, which are about to get underway in Buffalo on Sunday - and the Engineers have been right in the thick of it, hosting the beginning of the US national team camp at Houston Field House and playing an exhibition against them, not to mention the inclusion of former RPI hero Jerry D'Amigo.

We'll have a bit of a truncated show this week, running down the results from the junior team exhibition and keeping you up to date on what's going on in the world of college hockey. Our guest will be Julie Robenhymer, a 2003 graduate of UMass who writes for and is currently traveling with Team USA. We'll get her insight on Team USA, find out more about the exhibition and what it means for both teams, ask her about today's final cuts, and get her predictions.

We're going live tonight at 8pm. Just click "Listen to Without a Peer" in the upper right-hand corner, and you're golden.

Last week - as a matter of fact, just a few short days ago, on Saturday - we cobbled together a show featuring a pair of coaches, Seth Appert and Brad Stoffers, talking about BU, the Junior Team, and the first half. Check it out on demand below.

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