USA Hockey Magazine Podcast: Bob Wasno

Timeline of Podcast Episode with Bob Wasno

USA Hockey Magazine Podcast

Bob Wasno, September 27, 2018

Podcast Timeline

 

This podcasts dips into the ACHA club hockey landscape and into the ocean, as we talk with Bob Wasno (Ridley Park, Pa.), marine biologist and DII assistant coach at Florida Gulf Coast University. Wasno has his team doing great things on and off the ice, discussing National Championships and helping the ecosystem with oyster habitats curated with broken sticks in this latest episode of the USA Hockey Magazine Podcast.


Listen now

Subscribe to the podcast on iTunes

More podcasts


[0:00-0:35] Intro and introduction

 

[0:36-1:12] On the Rinks to Reefs story in the October issue of USA Hockey Magazine

 

[1:13-3:27] On the program of broken sticks being used to create oyster habitats

 

[3:28-4:17] On the size of the structures

 

[4:18-7:38] On catching the NHL's attention, their green initiative

 

[7:39-9:46] On implementing the project throughout the country

 

[9:47-12:45] On Florida Gulf Coast University's program, his involvement

 

[12:46-14:44] On FGCU's recruiting process

 

[14:45-17:20] On the ACHA, giving students a chance to continue playing hockey into college

 

[17:21-18:13] Outro

 

For more on broken sticks being used for oyster habitats, be sure to check out the story “Rinks to Reefs” in our October issue of USA Hockey Magazine, written by Brian Lester.


Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter for more from USA Hockey Magazine. The next podcast features Harvard graduate and U.S. Olympian Lyndsey Fry, who won a silver medal at the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics as part of the Women’s Olympic Ice Hockey Team. Fry currently runs a youth hockey program in her home state of Arizona called Small Frys. Stay tuned for more, as the episode goes live on Thursday, Oct. 4 ahead of Girls Hockey Weekend.

User login

Poll

Where's your favorite place to play?: