Andrew Alberts has been around hockey for practically his entire life.
The former Boston Bruins defenseman has found a new area of hockey to explore now — the virtual kind. Alberts is the director of player development for Sense Arena, a cognitive development tool for hockey that relies on virtual reality.
He joined the RinkWise podcast to discuss Sense Arena and his days playing for the Bruins, Flyers, Hurricanes and Canucks in the NHL.
A product of Boston College, Alberts is a Minnesota native who was drafted in the sixth round by the Bruins in 2001.