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TJHP EP004 | ft. Neil Ravin - EHL Director of Communications

September 3, 2018

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TJHP EPISODE 004 | Featuring Neil Ravin - EHL Director of Communications

 

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In today's episode we talk with the Director of Communications of the Eastern Hockey League, Neil Ravin.

 

This episode will be hosted by Gresko and co-hosted by Flachman with Special Guest Neil Ravin.

 

Neil Ravin calls into todays episode and talks about the success that the EHL has with placing players into NCAA College Hockey. We talk about the EHL and how in recent years they have made a league that truly focuses on player development and gets players to the NCAA. We talked shortly about the numbers and how staggering they are, and how they show that the EHL pushes players to the next level. The topic of Social Media came up since Neil runs the Social accounts for the EHL. We got a lot of information from Neil in regards to the 'business' side of Junior Hockey and insights on how the Eastern Hockey League operates in order to have great success when it comes to placing players in NCAA hockey.

 

Topics:

  • Player Advancement

  • College Hockey

  • Player Development

  • Social Media in Sports

  • Eastern Hockey League

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