Road to South Korea: Team USA hockey’s Brian Gionta

01/19/2018

Brian Gionta is among a handful of Americans with NHL experience that will take the ice in PyeongChang.

Ryan Radtke has more on the Road to South Korea.


Westwood One’s daily coverage of the 2018 Olympic Winter Games begins on February 9th. We’ll have live play-by-play of men’s and women’s ice hockey and the nightly roundup show airing at 10 PM Eastern and Pacific every day throughout the Games. You can listen to all of the action right here on WestwoodOneSports.com.

 

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