2 months ago
Being Bisexual In Hockey

For the first time in months, an actual NHL event is about to happen — the draft lottery. Prospect guru Sam Cosentino talks about how teams are compiling their lists with several key events wiped off the calendar. He also explains what changes could become entrenched in scouting protocol and, of course, has the latest on many of the players expected to be selected high.

Then Zach Sullivan, a 25-year-old defenceman in England’s top hockey league, joins the pod. He is the first active pro hockey player to come out as bisexual. The Englishman talks about his decision to go public, how that was received and growing up as a hockey-mad kid in a country where other sports get the headlines. For more, you can also read Sullivan’s story here.

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This episode is produced and edited by Michael Mayers and hosted by Rory Boylen and Ryan Dixon.

The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Media Inc. or any affiliate.

For the first time in months, an actual NHL event is about to happen — the draft lottery. Prospect guru Sam Cosentino talks about how teams are compiling their lists with several key events wiped off the calendar. He also explains what changes could become entrenched in scouting protocol and, of course, has the latest on many of the players expected to be selected high.

Then Zach Sullivan, a 25-year-old defenceman in England’s top hockey league, joins the pod. He is the first active pro hockey player to come out as bisexual. The Englishman talks about his decision to go public, how that was received and growing up as a hockey-mad kid in a country where other sports get the headlines. For more, you can also read Sullivan’s story here.

Tape to Tape is powered by the RAM 1500 Sport, built exclusively for Canadians.

This episode is produced and edited by Michael Mayers and hosted by Rory Boylen and Ryan Dixon.

The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Media Inc. or any affiliate.