INCH Podcast: Week of INCH 2017

INCH PodcastIt wouldn’t be a Week of INCH without the INCH Podcast. Mike Eidelbes and Joe Gladziszewski got together to chat about the landscape of college hockey as the stretch run approaches. We evaluate the defining characteristics of the top contenders this season, what makes them likely to make the Frozen Four, and offer our predictions on which teams will make it to Chicago. Of course, Podcast Deterioration includes answering some reader questions, sending birthday greetings to Wayne Gretzky, and out-of-town scores.

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INCH Podcast – Week of INCH 2017 (1 hr, 46 min; 49.5 MB, .mp3)



INCH Podcast: April 1, 2013

INCH PodcastWe got the INCH Podcast group together to review the NCAA Regionals and debate which teams were most impressive in the first round and which teams had the best overall weekends. We talk about attendance issues and regional sites, and wrap things up with conversation about George Gwozdecky and Denver. No deterioration needed, and that is no fooling.

INCH Podcast: April 1, 2013 (.mp3)

INCH Podcast: March 19, 2013

INCH PodcastBack by popular demand, the INCH Podcast is here to help you kill some time prior to this weekend’s conference tournaments. We’ve got a lot of ground to cover, so we dive right in and take a look around leagues with an eye on the upcoming NCAA Tournament. With the announcement of the Hobey Baker Award top 10 looming, we discuss potential candidates for that honor. And we’ll give you our early Frozen Four picks as well.

INCH Podcast: March 19, 2013

INCH Podcast: October 30, 2012

INCH Podcast

The first INCH Podcast of the INCH Writers era is posted for your listening pleasure. Surprisingly there is more hockey talk than usual. As stated when we made the transition, our current editorial format doesn’t mean that we don’t like college hockey. The staff has lots to say about teams making an early impression.

INCH Podcast – October 30, 2012 (.mp3)