A few days after the United States eliminated Mexico from World Cup qualifying, USA Hockey’s director of sports marketing and communications Brian Dolan gave an interview with Sports Illustrated’s Grantland.
In the interview, Dolan also discussed a couple of topics that are becoming increasingly popular with U.S. fans: hockey, and Mexico.
Dolan said the United State is trying to promote its own brand in the United Kingdom, a country that’s the envy of the world.
He said the country is very open and welcoming, and is very proud of its hockey heritage.
And while he’s aware the U.K. has a much higher hockey rate than the United Sates, he said the U,S.
is far more competitive.
Dylan Larkin, a junior forward for the U-17 and U-18 national teams, is a native of Canada and has made the jump to the U’s top-level hockey league.
He was part of Team Canada at the World Cup of Hockey in July, and he was a member of Team USA at the U17 World Cup in July.
Drew Doughty, who played for the USA during World Cup Qualifying, told The Sporting News earlier this week that he thinks the U is a lot more competitive than Canada and that he’d love to play in Mexico.
But Doughty also said that if he was offered the chance to play there, he would consider it.
He told The Sports News that he would be interested.
Dolan said it’s not the U that he is interested in playing in, but he’s excited to be able to play here in the States.
“It would be great to play,” Dolan told The Sport Book.
“I’d love that.
It would be a great place to play and play for a team that’s as good as this team is.”
He also told Sports Illustrated that the U has a great fan base in the U of A, which is why he’s happy to be playing in a place like that.
But he added that the team has to take care of itself, and there are things that need to be improved on a team level.
“We’ve got to get back to the basics of how we want to play, and how we’re going to play hockey,” Dlan said.
“We’ve had a lot of success in a lot different ways.
I don’t think we have a ton of superstars here.
We have some good players and some great players.
We’ve got guys that are getting better and better.
We don’t have to worry about getting better.
We have to get our game to be a little bit better.”