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Offseason reporters round-zoom with Austin Monteith, Brad Schlossman, Matt Wellens, Jess Myers and Mick Hatten talking college hockey

Episode 35: The Rink Live video podcast for June 24, 2020

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Matt Wellens (clockwise from upper left), Mick Hatten, Brad Schlossman, Austin Monteith, and Jess Myers are staff contributors to the Forum Communications website The Rink Live. Clint Austin / The Rink Live
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Regardless of when the 2020-21 college hockey starts, this will be the longest offseason for programs in The Rink Live's area for many years. The coronavirus pandemic has guaranteed that.

But that does not mean that college hockey news has stopped happening. Reporters Mick Hatten (St. Cloud State), Austin Monteith (Bemidji State), Jess Myers (Minnesota), Brad Schlossman (North Dakota) and Matt Wellens (Minnesota Duluth) check into this episode of the podcast to talk about the biggest developments of the offseason so far.

Some of the topics covered include the biggest storyline of each team's offseason, the proposed overtime change, the new CCHA commissioner and new players to watch in the coming season.

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Mick Hatten is the host of The Rink Live podcast. Photo by Clint Austin, cover art by Troy Becker.

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Mick Hatten is the host of The Rink Live podcast. Photo by Clint Austin, cover art by Troy Becker.

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Jess Myers covers college hockey, as well as outdoors, general sports and travel, for The Rink Live and the Forum Communications family of publications. He came to FCC in 2018 after three decades of covering sports as a freelancer for a variety of publications, while working full time in politics and media relations. A native of Warroad, Minn. (the real Hockeytown USA), Myers has a degree in journalism/communications from the University of Minnesota Duluth. He lives in the Twin Cities. Contact Jess via email at jrmyers@forumcomm.com, or find him on Twitter via @JessRMyers. English speaker.
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