USA Hockey Magazine Podcast: Jason Robertson

Timeline of Episode with the U.S. National Junior Team Forward

USA Hockey Magazine Podcast

Jason Robertson, December 27, 2018

Podcast Timeline


This podcast features Jason Robertson, who's currently playing in the 2019 IIHF World Junior Championship with the U.S. National Junior Team. Robertson had a strong tournament opener with the U.S., generating numerous chances throughout its 2-1 win over Slovakia. The Northville, Mich., native is currently the Ontario Hockey League's leading points scorer (60) with the Niagara IceDogs. The Dallas Stars prospect walks us through the opening win, his penalty shot, the upcoming tilt against Kazakhstan and more in the latest episode of the USA Hockey Magazine Podcast.

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[0:00-0:31] Intro and introduction


[0:32-1:50] On the opening contest versus Slovakia, a 2-1 win for the Americans


[1:51-2:37] On not knowing much about opponents, focusing on playing your own game


[2:38-3:13] On the team's jump heading into the third period, if anything was said in the locker room


[3:14-3:49] On his line with Ryan Poehling and Josh Norris


[3:50-4:32] On his penalty shot


[4:33-5:51] On what he worked on in practice today (Dec. 27) and having the rest of the day off


[5:52-6:25] On logging 20 minutes of ice time in the first game and his role with his junior team, the Niagara IceDogs (OHL)


[6:26-7:08] On leading the OHL in points (60) creating confidence heading into the tournament


[7:09-7:41] On if his younger brother Nick, who played for the U.S. in the Hlinka Gretzky Cup this summer, gave him any advice on playing international hockey


[7:42-8:48] On taking on Kazakhstan tomorrow (Dec. 28) and the remaining preliminary slate of Sweden and Finland


[8:49-9:14] Outro


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