USAH: How has your experience at the University of Wisconsin and with Team USA helped advance your career?
EE: I’ve been really luck to work with some really great coaches, both with UW and USA Hockey.
Tony Granato and his staff, having that NHL experience, they gave me a workload that was comparable to what an NHL or an American League coach can expect.
With USA Hockey, Bob Corkum, Joel Johnson, Brian Pothier, they all have such great experience in hockey. They all see things from a different perspective, but with them kind of leaning on me for video, it can be a lot of video in a short amount of time.
It was just being able to work with really great hockey minds and kind of seeing things from different perspectives.
USAH: Last of all, do you have any advice for anyone who dreams of coaching professionally, whether in a video role specifically or coaching in general?
EE: People are going to see the game differently than you or other coaches that you worked with.
Always be a student. You can take little bits of information as you go and put it together.
Just be a sponge and always be learning.
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