Sticks and Stones: How College Hockey Prepares You for Life

Sticks and Stones: How College Hockey Prepares You for Life

by Russ Cohen, Adam Wodon


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Sticks and Stones shows how college hockey prepares players for their next step in life, whether that's turning professional, if that is an option, or moving on with a professional career in sports or their college major. It's been said many times that team sports can be a bonding experience that creates friends and colleagues for life.

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ISBN-13: 9781628657227
Publisher: Authors Place LLC
Publication date: 04/07/2020
Pages: 158
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.34(d)

About the Author

Russ Cohen is an accomplished writer for and radio host for the Sportsology Radio Network. He covers multiple sports including writing specifically about the New York Rangers and Philadelphia Flyers. He has numerous articles published on and other team websites as well as Slam,, and Some of his articles have appeared in Canadian Sports Collector, Goalie News, New England Hockey Journal, The Hockey News, Beckett Hockey, Blueshirt Bulletin, and NHL Publications. He has a monthly column in Center Ice Magazine that is distributed to every amateur hockey rink in Pennsylvania. Russ has been asked to be a guest on several radio shows as a respected and valued expert on sports and has extensive AM radio experience including Hockey Prospect Radio on NHL Network Radio, plus TSN 1050 and Sportstalkny WLIE 540 AM. His articles have been syndicated in newspapers across the country in Metro and the Bucks County Courier Times.

Adam Wodon has been covering college hockey since 1988, including time as the play-by-play broadcaster for Princeton and Cornell. After contributing to numerous online endeavors in the 1990s, Wodon founded College Hockey News in 2005, which is still going strong. He worked on Westwood One's Frozen Four broadcasts from 2011-2015, and College Sports Television's regular college hockey coverage for three years. He has also worked for ESPN, including the 2004 Frozen Four game broadcasts, and 2003-05 NCAA Tournament Selection Shows. Other work includes jobs in professional hockey, full-time print reporter roles at multiple newspapers, as well as various radio, newspaper and television news and sports assignments.

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