Your network for multiple sports and entertainment

High School Bounce

2015-2016 High School Bounce

High School Bounce marks its sixth season this year! Check back in the coming weeks for game schedules and times.

Click Here for Game

Click here for season schedule and archived games.

What We Cover

Today is

March 2018
« Feb    

‘NHL’ Articles

Pro Hockey

NHL announces dates, locations and ticketing details for 2018 NHL Global Series




Edmonton Oilers and New Jersey Devils to Open Regular Season in Gothenburg, Sweden on Oct. 6

Florida Panthers and Winnipeg Jets to Face Off in a Pair of Games in Helsinki, Finland
on Nov. 1 and Nov. 2

2018 NHL Global Series Challenge™ to feature Devils vs. SC Bern on Oct. 1 in Bern, Switzerland and
Oilers vs. Kölner Haie on Oct. 3 in Cologne, Germany

Tickets to All Games Available for Purchase Next Week

NEW YORK/TORONTO (March 6, 2018) – The National Hockey League (NHL®) and the National Hockey League Players’ Association (NHLPA), in conjunction with Live Nation, today announced dates, local start times, locations and ticketing information for the 2018 NHL Global Series™ and the 2018 NHL Global Series Challenge™. In January, the NHL announced that the Edmonton Oilers, Florida Panthers, New Jersey Devils and WinnipegJets will play regular-season games in Europe as part of the 2018 NHL Global Series™.

The Oilers and Devils will play their 2018-19 season-opening game against each other in Gothenburg, Sweden on Saturday, Oct. 6 at Scandinavium at 7 p.m. CET. The Panthers and Jets will face off in a pair of regular-season games at Hartwall Arena in Helsinki, Finland on Thursday, Nov. 1 and Friday, Nov. 2, with both games scheduled for 8 p.m. EET. Viasat and Viaplay will locally broadcast the 2018 NHL Global Series games in Sweden and Finland. In addition, the Devils and Oilers will complete their training camps in Switzerland and Germany, respectively, and each will play an exhibition match as part of the 2018 NHL Global Series Challenge™. Tickets to the 2018 NHL Global Series™ and 2018 NHL Global SeriesChallenge™ will go on sale to the public beginning next week.

The 2018 NHL Global Series™ will mark the seventh season the NHL has traveled to Europe to play regular-season games. These games reward the legion of loyal and passionate international fans by featuring some of the NHL’s biggest stars and generating interest in the League worldwide. The three games this fall will be the 23rd, 24th and 25th NHL regular-season games played in Europe. The Oct. 6 game between New Jersey and Edmonton will mark the ninth NHL regular-season game played in Sweden, and the first in Gothenburg. The two games between Florida and Winnipeg will mark the fifth and sixth NHL regular-season games played in Finland, all of which have been played at Hartwall Arena in Helsinki.

The NHL is a global League, with approximately 26 percent of NHL players this season having been born outside of North America. In October,Devils forwards Jesper Bratt and Marcus Johansson as well as Oilers defensemen Oscar Klefbom and Adam Larsson will be playing in their home country of Sweden for the first time as NHL players. In November, Panthers forward Aleksander Barkov as well as Jets forwards Joel Armiaand Patrik Laine will be playing in their home country of Finland for the first time as NHL players.

Prior to the New Jersey-Edmonton season-opening matchup, the Devils and Oilers will complete their training camps in Europe and will each play in an exhibition match as part of the 2018 NHL Global Series Challenge™. The Devils will report to Bern, Switzerland, and play an exhibition game against SC Bern on Monday, Oct. 1 at PostFinance Arena at 7:30 p.m. CET, where 2017 first-overall draft pick and Brig, Switzerland native Nico Hischier and Winterthur, Switzerland native Mirco Mueller will play in front of their home country. The Oilers will report to Cologne, Germany, and play an exhibition game against Kölner Haie on Wednesday, Oct. 3 at Lanxess Arena at 4 p.m. CET, where 2014 third-overall draft pick and Cologne native Leon Draisaitl will play in his hometown on German Unity Day. The New Jersey-SC Bern matchup will be broadcast locally on Teleclub and the Edmonton-Kölner Haie game will be broadcast locally on Sport1.

Florida was one of four NHL teams that traveled to Europe to play in the NHL Premiere Games in 2009. In two games to open their season in Helsinki, the Panthers traded victories with the Chicago Blackhawks at Hartwall Arena. Edmonton, New Jersey and Winnipeg will all be making their international regular-season debuts.

Tickets to all games of the 2018 NHL Global Series™ and 2018 NHL Global Series Challenge™ will be available for purchase beginning next week. Ticket opportunities are available on a first-come, first-served basis, while supplies last.


*Tickets to the Oct. 1 NHL Global Series Challenge™ between the New Jersey Devils and SC Bern at PostFinance Arena in Bern, Switzerland will go on sale on Monday, March 12 at 10 a.m. CET at Fans interested in VIP hospitality packages for the NHL Global Series Challenge™ in Bern should send an email to


*Tickets to the Oct. 3 NHL Global Series™ Challenge between the Edmonton Oilers and Kölner Haie at Lanxess Arena Cologne, Germany will go on sale on Wednesday, March 14 at 10 a.m. CET at and VIP hospitality packages for the NHL Global Series Challenge™ in Cologne are available at


*Tickets to the Oct. 6 NHL Global Series™ game between the New Jersey Devils and Edmonton Oilers at Scandinavium in Gothenburg, Sweden will go on sale on Monday, March 12 at 9 a.m. CET at VIP hospitality packages for the 2018 NHL Global Series™ game in Gothenburg are available at


*Tickets to the Nov. 1 and Nov. 2 NHL Global Series™ games between the Florida Panthers and Winnipeg Jets at Hartwall Arena in Helsinki, Finland will go on sale on Monday, March 12 at 9 a.m. EET at VIP hospitality packages for the 2018 NHL Global Series™ games in Helsinki are available at

More information on the 2018 NHL Global Series™ will be announced at a later date. As part of the League’s six international sites,, and will serve as the official home for all of the latest news and information about the 2018 NHL Global Series™ as well as other features from around the NHL.



NHL Morning Skate for Monday, March 5, 2018: Ellis sparks another rally as Predators earn eighth straight win; Panthers continue playoff push with point streak at 6; Laine extends streak with another multi-point game



Home Team in Caps

Nashville 4, COLORADO 3 (OT)

FLORIDA 4, Philadelphia 1

ANAHEIM 6, Chicago 3

Vegas 3, NEW JERSEY 2

MINNESOTA 4, Detroit 1

Winnipeg 3, CAROLINA 2

Columbus 4, SAN JOSE 2



Ryan Ellis (1-2—3) tied the game with 1:06 remaining in regulation and assisted on the overtime winner to help the Predators match a franchise record with their eighth consecutive victory.


* At 42-14-9 (93 points), Nashville maintained its four-point lead atop the Western Conference and moved within one point of Tampa Bay for first place in the entire NHL. The Predators have surged up the standings with help from a 12-game road point streak (9-0-3), the second-longest in club history (13 GP in 2015-16: 10-0-3).


* Sunday marked the fourth consecutive outing in which Nashville overcame a deficit to win, including Friday in Vancouver when Ellis also aided a comeback with a tying goal at 17:45 of the third period.


* Ellis became the second defenseman in NHL history to score a tying goal in the final three minutes of regulation in consecutive team games, joining Andy Sutton who did so with the Atlanta Thrashers in 2003-04.


* Nashville became the 12th team in NHL history to score a tying goal in the final three minutes of regulation and win in consecutive games (last: PHI from Nov. 2-3, 2016).



Aleksander Barkov (1-1—2) extended his point streak to six contests (5-5—10) to propel the Panthers (32-25-6, 70 points) to their sixth consecutive victory – all at home – to move within one point of a playoff spot. This marks the fifth win streak of at least six games in franchise history.


* The Panthers, who have sat in a playoff position for only one day in 2017-18 (following their second win on Oct. 12), improved to 13-3-0 in their last 16 games dating to Jan. 16. Only Boston has as many games remaining this season.


* Forwards Evgenii Dadonov (2-0—2) and Jonathan Huberdeau (1-0—1) both reached the 20-goal mark. The trio of Barkov (5-5—10), Dadonov (5-5—10) and Huberdeau (2-3—5) have combined for 12 of the Panthers’ 23 goals on their six-game win streak (52.2%).



Florida swept a homestand of at least six games for the second time in franchise history (also 6-0-0 from Dec. 20, 2015 – Jan. 3, 2016). Only four other teams in NHL history have won every contest during a six-game homestand: Philadelphia in 1984-85, Edmonton in 1986-87, Detroit in 2011-12 and Los Angeles in 2014-15. No team in NHL history has ever swept a homestand of more than six games.



The Golden Knights (42-18-5, 89 points) and Jets (39-17-9, 87 points) earned wins to keep pace with the Predators (42-14-9, 93 points) in the Western Conference standings, where seeds 1-3 are separated by just six points:


Tomas Tatar (GWG) scored his first goal since being acquired by Vegas on Feb. 26 (3 GP) to help the Golden Knights reclaim a 10-point lead atop the Pacific Division. The Golden Knights improved to 18-11-3 as visitors to move within one road win of matching the NHL record for most by a team in its inaugural season.


Patrik Laine (2-1—3) factored on all three Jets goals to help Winnipeg extend its road point streak to six games (5-0-1). Connor Hellebuyck (33 saves) improved to 34-10-8 in 2017-18 (2.40 GAA, .922 SV%, 6 SO) to match the Jets/Thrashers franchise record for most wins in a season by a goaltender, a mark set by Kari Lehtonen in 2006-07 (w/ ATL).



Patrik Laine extended his point streak to eight contests (10-6—16), a run that includes seven multi-point efforts (including four straight). Laine (35-23—58), who scored 36 goals as a rookie in 2016-17, has 71 career goals and will celebrate his 20th birthday on April 19; only five players in NHL history have scored more goals as a teenager.


* Laine became just the third player in the last 24 years (since 1993-94) to record multiple points at least seven times in a span of eight team games. He joined Jaromir Jagr, who collected multiple points in 10 consecutive contests in 1995-96 (w/ PIT), and Vincent Lecavalier, who posted eight consecutive multi-point games in 2007-08 (w/ TBL).



Devils forward Taylor Hall collected 1-1—2 to hit the 30-goal mark for the first time and extend his franchise-record point streak to 18 games (13-11—24), marking his 25th consecutive appearance with a point dating to Jan. 2 (18-18—36).


* The Devils forward became just the eighth different player in the last 30 years (since 1987-88) to record at least one point in 25 or more consecutive appearances. Hall (30-42—72) has moved from a share of 22nd in League scoring into a tie for 10th during his 25-game run.



The Wild (37-22-7, 81 points) and Ducks (33-21-12, 78 points) each secured key wins to climb their respective divisions:


* Down 1-0, the Wild scored four unanswered goals to defeat the Red Wings and improve to 23-5-6 (52 points) at Xcel Energy Center this season. Minnesota moved past Dallas (37-23-5, 79 points) for third place in the Central Division standings.


Jakob Silfverberg and Corey Perry each score twice to help the Ducks extend their home point streak to eight games (6-0-2). Anaheim moved past Los Angeles (36-25-5, 77 points) for third place in the Pacific Division standings.



Flyers defenseman Shayne Gostisbehere, a native of Pembroke Pines, Fla., hosted members of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School boys hockey team, who won the Statewide Amateur Hockey of Florida High School State Championship less than two weeks after a mass shooting at their school. Gostisbehere, who attended Stoneman Douglas for two years, signed autographs and spent time with the players following Sunday’s game.




· Tkachuks go miles for Matthew, star siblings (via Lisa Dillman)

· Nolan Patrick playing with purpose for Flyers

· USA Hockey sets 8-and-under participation record for third straight year

· Facts and Figures: Alex Ovechkin‘s top 40 record something to behold










NHL’s “Three Stars of the Week”, Avs’ MacKinnon, Jets’ Laine and Panthers’ Barkov


Nathan MacKinnon in action 2013 photo By 5of7 - https photos, CC BY-SA 2.0, https


Aleksander Barkov in action 2015 photo By Doug Kerr, CC BY-SA 2.0, https


Patrik Laine (courtesy Winnipeg Jets)


NEW YORK (March 5, 2018) – Colorado Avalanche center Nathan MacKinnon, Winnipeg Jets right wing Patrik Laine and Florida Panthers center Aleksander Barkov have been named the NHL’s “Three Stars” for the week ending March 4.



MacKinnon led the NHL in goals (t-5), assists (6) and points (11) to propel the Avalanche (35-24-6, 76 points) to a 3-0-1 week and within one point of the final playoff spot in the Western Conference. He posted 2-1—3, including the winning goal, in a 3-1 triumph over the Vancouver Canucks Feb. 26, followed by 1-1—2 in a 5-2 victory against the Calgary Flames Feb. 28. MacKinnon then registered 2-3—5, his second career five-point game (also Nov. 16, 2017 vs. WSH: 1-4—5), in a 7-1 win over the Minnesota Wild March 2. He closed the week with one assist in a 4-3 overtime loss to the Nashville Predators March 4. The 22-year-old Halifax, N.S., native paces the NHL with 1.35 points per game this season, ranking fifth overall with a career-high 31-46—77 in 57 outings. That includes a League-best 7-9—16 in eight contests since returning from injury Feb. 18.



Laine recorded multiple points in all three of his appearances, ranking third in the NHL with 4-3—7 to lift the Jets (39-17-9, 87 points) to a pair of victories. He collected two assists in a 6-5 loss to the Nashville Predators Feb. 27. Laine then scored twice, including the decisive goal, in a 4-3 win over the Detroit Red Wings March 2. He capped the week with 2-1—3, his third three-point performance of the season, in a 3-2 triumph over the Carolina Hurricanes March 4. The 19-year-old Tampere, Finland, native shares third place in the NHL with 35 goals in 65 contests this season (35-23—58), including a League-best 10 during an eight-game point streak dating to Feb. 16 (10-6—16). Laine’s 71 career goals (in 138 GP) are the sixth-most by a teenager in League history.



Barkov shared the League lead with five goals in four games (5-1—6) as the Panthers (32-25-6, 70 points) extended their winning streak to six contests and moved within one point of the final playoff spot in the Eastern Conference. He scored once in a 3-2 overtime victory against the Toronto Maple Leafs Feb. 27. Barkov then registered two goals, including the winner, in a 3-2 triumph over the New Jersey Devils March 1. He added one goal in a 4-1 victory against the Buffalo Sabres March 2 and 1-1—2 in a 4-1 win over the Philadelphia Flyers March 4. The 22-year-old Tampere, Finland, native leads Florida and ranks 19th in the NHL with a career-high 25-39—64 in 62 contests this season, including 5-5—10 during a six-game point streak.




NHL issues update on Coach’s Challenge Tracker

A list of all challenges through games played March 3



217 Coach’s Challenges | 133 upheld | 84 overturned

· 137 for goalie interference | 92 upheld | 45 overturned (39 to “no goal” / 6 to “goal”)

· 18 initiated by Situation Room for goalie interference | 14 upheld | 4 overturned

· 49 for offside | 16 upheld | 33 overturned (all to “no goal”)

· 13 initiated by Situation Room for offside | 11 upheld | 2 overturned (all to “no goal”)


Team Requested Opposing Team Requested Opposing
Boston 8 5 Carolina 6 3
Buffalo 2 7 Columbus 5 4
Detroit 12 8 New Jersey 3 9
Florida 8 7 NY Islanders 7 2
Montreal 3 7 NY Rangers 8 8
Ottawa 6 8 Philadelphia 7 5
Toronto 4 12 Pittsburgh 5 10
Tampa Bay 5 8 Washington 3 7


Team Requested Opposing Team Requested Opposing
Chicago 3 6 Anaheim 4 5
Colorado 7 10 Arizona 7 4
Dallas 4 7 Calgary 5 5
Minnesota 10 12 Edmonton 2 5
Nashville 5 12 Los Angeles 9 10
St. Louis 6 3 San Jose 8 6
Winnipeg 8 4 Vancouver 7 8
      Vegas 9 10

*Requested column does not include challenges initiated by Situation Room



In the final minute of play in the third period and at any point in overtime (regular season and playoffs), Hockey Operations initiates the review of any scenario that would otherwise be subject to a Coach’s Challenge. This process has been initiated for the following teams:


Atlantic: Boston (2), Buffalo (2), Detroit (3), Florida, Montreal, Tampa Bay

Metropolitan: Carolina (2), Columbus, NY Islanders (3), NY Rangers, Washington

Central: Dallas, Nashville (2), Winnipeg

Pacific: Anaheim, Arizona (3), Calgary (2), Edmonton, San Jose, Vancouver



Teams to either have their goal taken down or counted based on a challenge of any sort.


Call changed from “goal” to “no goal” – 78
Atlantic: Boston (2), Buffalo (2), Detroit (3), Florida, Montreal (4), Ottawa (4), Tampa Bay (2), Toronto (3)

Metropolitan: Carolina (2), Columbus, New Jersey (2), NY Rangers (2), Philadelphia (2), Pittsburgh (3), Washington

Central: Chicago (2), Colorado (6), Dallas (3), Minnesota (6), Nashville, Winnipeg (4)

Pacific: Anaheim (3), Arizona, Calgary (3), Edmonton (5), Los Angeles (5), San Jose (3), Vancouver, Vegas


Call changed from “no goal” to “goal” – 6

Atlantic: Boston, Detroit, Florida, Ottawa
Metropolitan: Philadelphia






2018 NHL Stadium Series Postgame comments from Washington Capitals head coach Barry Trotz; players, Alex Ovechkin and John Carlson

Barry Trotz

Alexander Ovechkin waiting for a pass 2016 photo by Michael Miller - Own work via wikipedia commons

John Carlson Washington on ice 2016 photo By Michael Miller - Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0, https


2018 Coors Light NHL Stadium Series Post-Game Transcript
Capitals 5, Maple Leafs 2
March 3, 2018

An Interview with:


COACH TROTZ: Before you ask me a question, I just want to thank the Navy, the NHL, and special thanks to all the guys who are working on the rink. The conditions were excellent considering the wind and all that the last few days.

And I know I ran into a couple of guys at the hotel and they did an excellent job. NHL and the Navy, you see how special this campus is. So want to put that out there. Those guys worked hard.

Q. This is the team’s best performance in a few weeks now. Is this a game that you think you can build on going forward?
COACH TROTZ: Well, I think it’s one of the games. I mean, I can go back to a game in Minnesota I thought was our top game of the year. This is a good game.

It was a big game, big stage, obviously, against a very good team that’s probably the hottest team since I think probably the All-Star break.

And I thought we did the right things. We were skating. We were putting pressure on the puck. We had people in the right areas and we were committed in the right area.

So it was a good performance, because we had a couple that we probably could say wouldn’t be our best.

Q. When your top players are performing like they did today early on in their game, making a statement, how much of a ripple effect does that have on the rest of the guys?
COACH TROTZ: You follow your top guys, and I thought tonight you look at Backstrom, Ovechkin and Wilson, that line led, and Kuznetsov followed that. And on the back end, I thought our defense core as a group were really solid. And I thought Holts had a real good response, especially in the second period he had a couple of big saves for us.

So every team follows their leaders, and when your leaders are dialed in, I thought they were dialed in tonight. I thought they just pulled the rest of the group.

Q. Obviously memorable week for you and the players. Going into the California trip next week, are there going to be any particular memories that stand out that are going to help the team and help you whether they’re something technical from tonight’s game or something sentimental?
COACH TROTZ: I think this is one of those games where it was special just because of the setting and the presentation that was there. But I think you can see when you’re all dialed in and you’re playing the right way, you get a little bit of that joy back in our game. And I thought we had some joy in our game. We had a few chuckles on the bench.

It was good. It was a good vibe on our bench. And usually when that’s a good vibe on our bench then we’re usually a pretty good hockey team.

Q. For Vrana to score his first goal in two-plus months or whatever it’s been on this stage, what does that do for his confidence going forward?
COACH TROTZ: I think he would be tremendous on the bench. I said you got the monkey off your back. He had the biggest smile. He looked up and I know he’s been playing real good hockey for us, just hasn’t gotten the results.

He’s a young guy, with a big goal like that is huge for him and his confidence. And I think he’ll hopefully have a good streak here.

Q. You mentioned it was a good soundtrack for Holtby, for him — how much do you think, I guess, this past stretch of six losses — was it just some bad bounces? Where have you seen his game go to have you be encouraged to stick with him?
COACH TROTZ: I think it was all of the above. But over the course of three-plus years, he’s won 120 games roughly for us. And just like any player, you know, early in the year Gruby couldn’t get a win, playing really well, getting wins, and you play, you sort of doubt yourself and your play sort of falls off and then you have to go steal one.

I thought Holts really responded well. The first time you go through things. Holts hasn’t lost a lot of games in a row since I’ve been here anyways.

And it’s difficult because you’re going into unchartered waters and you’re wondering if it’s you, if it’s the team. You’re looking for answers and sometimes the answers are just right there. You’ve got to just dial yourself in, don’t doubt yourself and also just go out and almost steal one.

But didn’t have to. I thought the team responded real well in front of him. And I thought on this stage, you know, he’s a guy that has a lot of, I’ll say, has experience in this, but they didn’t practice on the ice.

We didn’t get a chance to do a lot of things that you usually do in these events, just because of the weather. And I thought he responded really well.

So I think the experience factor for Holts probably was a major factor in him bouncing back and having a good game tonight.

Q. As great as the game was, all the guys performed well. It’s hard to find thing that didn’t go well. If you were looking for a coaching moment, what is the one thing you can –
COACH TROTZ: Well, the coaching moment for me was just being in this event. I mean, right at the start the anthem and the planes going over and seeing some of our service people, obviously all the Midshipmen all around the rink, and you’re looking at these young men who serve us and give us the privilege to do what we get to do, the freedoms that we have.

And today my coaching moment was actually not on the ice but underneath when I was running into some of those Midshipmen and asking where they were or where they’re from, what they were — what areas of the Navy they were sort of focused in on.

That was probably my greatest moment today is meeting some of the young people who are serving our country.


Q. Alex, how did the atmosphere tonight compare to previous outdoor games? I think this was your third.
ALEX OVECHKIN: Yeah, every outdoor game, like I say, is unbelievable. Like right before we get on the bus, lots of fans, lots of intensity and you get into it right away.

Q. Seemed like you and Kuznetsov and Backstrom were ready from the jump to perform, and you did, starting with that first period. Did you feel like you had a little more energy tonight and put on a show out there?
ALEX OVECHKIN: I think we did, like the power play helped us a lot to get into the game. We shoot the puck more than our opponents and we scored two big goals. And when you get the lead, you just feel it right away, and it helps a lot.

Q. This is one of the team’s best performances in recent weeks given the team’s current struggles. Is this a game you can build on before the road trip?
ALEX OVECHKIN: Yeah, obviously the next road trip is going to be huge for us. We need the points. We need to collect the points. I said a couple of days ago it doesn’t matter if it’s two or one. We have to guard the points and move forward. Obviously tonight was a huge one. And we’ll take it and we’ll move forward.

Q. You said it was going to be hard to get to 600 but you got your 40th goal. That’s nine times for you. What does it mean to get that consistency back? Nine times you’ve done that and not many guys have.
ALEX OVECHKIN: I would say that it’s my teammates, they did a great job finding me over there. I just have to do my job to put a puck in and it’s working and — I just have to put the puck in and do my job.

Q. Does that number mean anything to you?
ALEX OVECHKIN: 40 is nice, but 50 is better. So still have time to do that. But again I have to focus, I have to keep playing, easy chances and it will come.


Q. Why don’t you take us through when you’re walking into the building, what you saw of the atmosphere and just sort of your emotions through that?
JOHN CARLSON: It reminded me a lot when I came here to unveil the jersey. It was senior night, their last home game of the season, and they needed to win to be eligible for a bowl game. I thought they brought good energy there and it felt like that.

Q. How much of a boost is it when the top players on the team are going like they were early in the game today and throughout most of it?
JOHN CARLSON: I think especially at the start, that’s important. The leaders of team we rely on them the most. And when they come out hot like that, I think everyone else kind of follows suit.

Q. Did you feel like you guys maybe raised your game to this stage, one of your more complete games in a while?
JOHN CARLSON: I think we navigated the game. I think we’ve been a little off in terms of that, when to push, when to maybe be a little more safe, when to be real aggressive. And I think tonight with the conditions, we had our mind set in a good place for that sort of thing.

And I think it seemed like we were on the right side of the puck all night. We weren’t really ever getting beat for breakaways and odd-man rushes.

We were in good position and the work ethic was there to get back and make sure that we were in good standing and keeping them to the outside.

Q. Was there any special significance for you being an American on such a special stage with the U.S. curlers in town and the women’s USA Hockey team? Did you realize those moments and take significance from that?
JOHN CARLSON: It was special. The women’s team and also the curlers, the people that we followed closely during the Olympics, obviously. And it was cool to have them in the building.

It was cool to see the fans’ reaction to them. They’ve been, especially the women’s team has been doing a lot of stuff media-wise throughout the country but also in DC the past couple of days.

So to see the rise they got out of a lot of fans and all that kind of stuff throughout the area was really cool. And it was a heck of a job by both of those teams to bring back gold.

FastScripts Transcript by ASAP Sports




 Page 5 of 88  « First  ... « 3  4  5  6  7 » ...  Last » 

Please visit our sponsors

Ohio Select & Imprint Fabrics
7394 E. Main Street
Reynoldsburg, Ohio 43068

Mega Pawn & Computer Sales
3837 S. High Street
Columbus, Ohio 43207