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The Parting Schotts Podcast: High school spring sports, Grosenick, Gaudet

The Parting Schotts Podcast: High school spring sports, Grosenick, Gaudet

No postseason for high school spring sports; ex-Union goalie Troy Grosenick discusses AHL honor; Dartmouth hockey coach Bob Gaudet talks retirement
The Parting Schotts Podcast: High school spring sports, Grosenick, Gaudet
High school sports, Troy Grosenick, center, and Bob Gaudet, right, are featured on the Podcast.
Photographer: Erica Miller, American Hockey League and Dartmouth Athletics

On this next edition of “The Parting Schotts Podcast,” I speak with NYSPHSAA executive director Robert Zayas about Monday’s announcement of the cancellation of the spring sports championships because of the coronavirus pandemic, and Section II executive director Ed Dopp on the cancellation of the spring sectional tournaments.

Then I talk to Milwaukee Admirals goalie and former Union College hockey standout Troy Grosenick, who was honored by the American Hockey League on Monday. They will also discuss the future of the AHL season with regards to the pandemic.

Finally, I catch up with Bob Gaudet, who announced his retirement as Dartmouth men’s hockey head coach after 23 years.

On Twitter, follow Associate Sports Editor Ken Schott @slapschotts and Daily Gazette Sports @dgazettesports. Email Schott at [email protected]. Listen to “The Parting Schotts Podcast” at https://dailygazette.com/sports/partingschotts, Apple Podcasts, Castbox and Spotify.

 

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