Bucky's 5th Quarter / Radio Free Omaha WCHA Podcast: Episode 18

Photo Credit: Larry Radloff Photography

With the WCHA Final Five wrapping up, we focus our attention on the NCAA tournament in our final podcast of the season.

Welcome to the 18th episode of the Bucky's 5th Quarter/Radio Free Omaha WCHA Podcast, simulcast at Radio Free Omaha and Bucky’s Fifth Quarter.

This is a weekly podcast presented by RFO’s Matthew Semisch and B5Q’s hockey editor Andy Johnson. Matthew primarily covers Nebraska Omaha on his personal blog Radio Free Omaha, and also is an arena reporter for USCHO. If you're not familiar with me, I cover the Badger hockey program here at Bucky's 5th Quarter, and have also started projects with USCHO and the SB Nation College Hockey blog.

Once a week, Matthew and myself pool together to give listeners an in-depth look at what’s going on in the WCHA.

This week we review the final WCHA Final Five as we know it, and make our predictions for the NCAA tournament.

All comments and questions for the show are welcome. You can find Semisch at radiofreeomaha.com and on Twitter at @matthewsemisch. As always you can catch my work at buckyhockey.com, and on Twitter at @AndyJohnsonB5Q.

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