InGoal Radio Episode 203with Carter Hutton
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Episode 203 of the InGoal Radio Podcast, presented by The Hockey Shop Source for Sports, features a fun interview with recently retired long-time NHL goalie Carter Hutton.
In the feature interview, presented by Sense Arena, Hutton explains how an ankle injury that required surgery ultimately ended his 13-year pro career, but not before trying to play through it after a surprise trade to the Toronto Maple Leafs that added one more mask for an impressive post-retirement display he’s working on back home in Thunder Bay, Ontario. Speaking of Hutton’s hometown, he also gets into the strong goalie roots in that community, from Alex Auld to him to Matt Murray to MacKenzie Blackwood and goalie coach Colin Zulianello and, in perhaps the best part of a great interview, gets into some of the lessons from his career that he’s applying now as a goalie coach himself working young goalies — and more more importantly, other coaches — in youth hockey.
Hutton’s interview is loaded with great tips and advice for every young goalie, goalie coach or even head coach, including a lot of great thoughts that would work well as part of a broader scale development program (hint, hint Hockey Canada).
All that, plus a trip to the new location of The Hockey Shop Source for Sports (now in Langley) for a look at the Bauer Pro chest protector (in stock now!) and overview of custom ordering options.