36 Burst results for "31"

Heat Alert: Miami beats Boston 109-103 for 2-1 series lead

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 6 hrs ago

Heat Alert: Miami beats Boston 109-103 for 2-1 series lead

"Bam adebayo had a double double in the heat took a two games to one lead in the NBA's Eastern Conference Finals with a one O 9 one O three win over the Celtics At a bio broke out of a scoring slump with 31 points and grabbed ten rebounds in a game the heat never trailed I feel like everybody walked into this arena you know locked in from the jump Like I said earlier they beat us like we stole something earlier Miami led by 25 in the first half but the Celtics got within 93 92 with two 40 remaining The heat played the second half without Jimmy Butler because of inflammation in this right knee PJ Tucker picked up the scoring slack with 17 points in max drus had 16 Jalen Brown pumped in 40 points for the Celtics who host came four on Monday I'm Dave

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Fresh update on "31" discussed on Under the Influence with Terry O'Reilly

Under the Influence with Terry O'Reilly

00:53 sec | 19 hrs ago

Fresh update on "31" discussed on Under the Influence with Terry O'Reilly

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Nancy Pelosi Is Hung up on Previous Democrat Wins

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:20 min | 1 d ago

Nancy Pelosi Is Hung up on Previous Democrat Wins

"You want to hear a prime example of Democrat fear panic and denial, I give you the madam speaker herself. I have absolutely no intention of the Democrats not winning the House in November. I think that in terms of our the work that this president has done and it's been a great president, I don't know about polls, but I do know about winning the races one district at a time. When we won in 18, we won 40 seats, 31 in Trump districts. They're giving us a clue. 31 in Trump districts. He wasn't on the ballot. I said, now comes the hard part, because he's now on the ballot in 2020. So we lost about a third of those seats, but the ones who won are practically ironclad. Some of them have. Different tweaks for better or worse on redistricting, but we expect them all to come back and to add to our number. I hate to be petty. I really hate to be nasty and mean spirited, but I can't wait to hear her first press conference after November 8th, 2022.

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Celtics roll past Heat 127-102, tie Eastern finals at 1-1

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 2 d ago

Celtics roll past Heat 127-102, tie Eastern finals at 1-1

"Marcus smart was a rebound shy of a triple double finishing with 24 points on 8 of 22 shooting and dishing out 12 assists as the Celtics hammered the heat one 27 one O two Smart also was 5 of 12 from downtown as the Celtics drained 20 of their 43 point attempts Jayson Tatum had a team high 27 points for Boston which led by 25 at halftime Jaylen Brown finished with 24 points A great Williams had 19 Heat forward Jimmy Butler followed his 41 point performance in the opener by scoring 29 on Thursday but the rest of Miami starters added just 31 I'm Dave

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An Unfortunate Tragedy Before Showtime in Dallas

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:59 min | 5 d ago

An Unfortunate Tragedy Before Showtime in Dallas

"We had a just a tragedy that I couldn't share with you on the air because the family didn't know. All the family members weren't notified apparently. But I was in Dallas for I'm still in Dallas one more day here in Dallas, and then I'm flying back to Florida today. After performing in a musical and it was a great success, we had great response. I had a blast, played suitless, finding the app on the way to the forum. The day we opened, which was Thursday, the morning of our opening, our 31 year old production stage manager, a beautiful young woman named Ashley Ashley Schneider, who we all adored. She was just a pro, just wonderful to deal with. Heck, she texted me Wednesday night. Well, she died Thursday morning unexpectedly. And you talk about something that brings a company of 40 or 50 people who are working on a project closer together in grief and shock, I mean, one minute she's with us and laughing and vibrant vibrant and just full of life and her husband of four months. I know, I know. Horrifying. Her husband of four months finds her unresponsive in bed, the morning of our opening. And you talk about a tough thing to go through for these young people in this production and since I was the lead in the show and kind of the anchor of the whole production, the producers actually reached out to me and told me about it early in the day, but they didn't want to tell the cast. Because they were afraid the cast, first of all, they weren't able to confirm it exactly. It's a whole

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Embiid scores 31 to lead 76ers to 2-0 series lead on Raptors

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last month

Embiid scores 31 to lead 76ers to 2-0 series lead on Raptors

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Ryan Helfenbein: The Role of Standing for Freedom Center at Liberty

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:39 min | Last month

Ryan Helfenbein: The Role of Standing for Freedom Center at Liberty

"So what do you see it as what do you see the role of the freedom center at liberty being? In the main thing, I mean, we are in many ways Eric. It's almost like the canary in the coal mine where you see what's happening in the culture and within institutions within evangelicalism. Oftentimes, people are looking for signs of courage, holding the line. What's a demarcation that you guys are really standing for truth? And we point to the freedom center as an example of that. We really, really are trying to press into the issues. One of the things that we have to recognize is that this generation Gen Z that is one of the hardest generations to reach for the gospel. We have to hold the lines for freedom in this culture when you think of life. When you think of liberty and truth and all these things that made America great, it goes back to spiritual principles. You go to Liberty University, for example, there in the welcome center. First Corinthians ten 31 is right there in the rotunda. God is spirit and where the spirit of the lord is there is freedom. There is liberty. We understand that this is a spiritual principle first. It is a pre political thing. And downstream for that from that is culture, downstream from the gospel as culture downstream from that is also politics. So the freedom center really does exist to sort of hold the line there in many ways. And I think both institutionally and also on the outside as well. In addition to you being one of our fellows, of course, we've got Mike Pompeo. We've got Mike Huckabee. We have Abby Johnson. We have several others as well that are a part of the

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Charlie Gasparino: How Is Elon Musk Financing His Twitter Bid?

The Dan Bongino Show

01:06 min | Last month

Charlie Gasparino: How Is Elon Musk Financing His Twitter Bid?

"I mean it's kind of silly to speculate but it does affect Tesla I mean I sincerely doubt he's got 30 billion of liquidity sitting in a local Chase Manhattan bank When they say cash deal they don't mean like suitcases full of cash obviously How does he finance this Is it kind of what other people's money do or what's he doing I mean listen if you're worth on paper what is he worth 200 billion Yeah more Yeah more You'd be surprised how many how many banks are lining up to lend you money It is currency I mean I don't think the money is not the issue here The issue here is and by the way he could convert some of the stock He's that just looked it up 265 billion Got it so sick Yeah yeah They made the world right now I don't know about band of the world These riches America Jeff Bezos at one 76 then Bill Gates at one 31 So we're talking a billion A million He used to be a lot of money It was like the it but now it's billion

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A Recession Looms

The Trish Regan Show

01:40 min | Last month

A Recession Looms

The Economic Consequences of Poor Policy Are About to Hit

The Trish Regan Show

01:41 min | Last month

The Economic Consequences of Poor Policy Are About to Hit

"We've got a lot that's happening right now, and not a whole lot of it is good. I mean, from the threat of World War three to the threat of millions of people coming here illegally that we can't account for and of course we have to somehow find a way to manage to the now threat of recession. These are the economic consequences of poor policy. You think about poor policy, just even on the energy front. I mean, again, I keep saying this, but I got to remind you, aren't intelligence teams knew that Putin was capable of this. So if you're a smart person, is the right hand not talking to the left, and you're running these meetings. If you're the president or whoever is running these meetings for the president, because I told you yesterday, sometimes it's really questionable. He needs his cheat sheets just to take reporters questions. So whoever's running these meetings and coming up with strategies, wouldn't you think, well, we got the threat of Vladimir Putin, which means we're going to be taking a lot of energy off the global energy markets, where else can we go? What else should we do? Because we can't, we can't. Let's be honest with ourselves here. Deal with $9 at the gas pumps, which, by the way, we are going to be seeing come Memorial Day weekend. Watch for that. Because there's no other supply coming onto the market. So why wouldn't you have said, okay, maybe it's time to tone down the rhetoric on all the green energy stuff we can still go for that. We can still support it, but we need an immediate solution that can take place in the next several months so that we can ensure the American people are not smacked with tons of inflation.

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Border Patrol Bracing for New Migrant Wave if CDC Lifts Title 42

The Trish Regan Show

01:02 min | Last month

Border Patrol Bracing for New Migrant Wave if CDC Lifts Title 42

"U.S. officials are getting nervous, they're gearing up for what they say will be a massive stampede, a massive influx. Of migrants into the United States of America thanks to the expiration of something called title 42. Now you probably haven't heard a title 42 necessarily, but this was put in place during the Trump administration to by the CDC actually to prevent people from coming here in case they might have COVID also to prevent people from coming and crowding facilities there on the U.S. side of the border and thereby spreading COVID. So the idea was, with title 42, you were going to have to stay in Mexico, right? Stay in Mexico before coming to the United States will now, that's all changing. That's all changing. And according to Homeland Security, we could be looking at 18 thousand migrants per day. That's how much they're estimating. Somewhere in between 12,018 thousand migrants per day will right away, thanks to this change in the CDC

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NY Times Publishes Essay Discouraging Transition Screenings

The Larry Elder Show

01:10 min | Last month

NY Times Publishes Essay Discouraging Transition Screenings

"Did you know The New York Times published an extensive essay that argued against screening, listen to this? That argued against screening before medical transition. No screening before sex change operation. If someone says she wants hormones or surgery, doctors, according to The New York Times, should have immediately break out the syringes and prep the operating room. There's a guy by the name of Alex, I was going to say gentlemen, but you wouldn't. No. Alex marzano Les novich about doing college. He wrote the piece basically that exemplifies how the transgender movement uses misinformation to advance its agenda. Marzano lesnevich asserts that gender affirming healthcare saves lives is clear. A 2008 literature review by Cornell University concluded that 93% of studies found that transition improved trend 93% of studies found that transition improved transgender people's health

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Biden Depletes Oil Reserves as Poll Numbers Tank

The Larry Elder Show

00:58 sec | Last month

Biden Depletes Oil Reserves as Poll Numbers Tank

"So Trump blasts the depletion of the strategic oil reserve. I want you guys to know Trump that hadn't been filled in decades. Trump filled it up 593.6 million barrels of oil. Biden is going to deplete one third of that. That is only supposed to be used in case of emergencies, like in case of an emergency break the glass. Biden is doing that. Sadly, inflation and soaring rinse and the housing crisis continues under the Biden administration, but there's some good news and I want to bring you that good news from my headline Biden's poll numbers somehow keep getting worse praise God. So people aren't falling for it. You would think that at some point, president Joe Biden are president select Biden's poll numbers couldn't get any worse. So far, you would be wrong. And NBC News poll found that Biden is now at 40% approval. The lowest level of his presidency with 55% of people disapproving of his job performance

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Trump Lays out Plan to Make America Great Again, Again

The Larry Elder Show

00:58 sec | Last month

Trump Lays out Plan to Make America Great Again, Again

"All right, so Trump is talking about and basically talking about running again and the things that he would do to reverse the Biden administration and he list off a number of things, including voter ID, defunding the police at the Democrats are doing to destroy this country to undermine the greatness of America. Sanctuary cities, the military is weak, the military has gone, woke and obviously that's not every single soldier there. There will always be exceptions. And I hope I hope the vast majority of our military personnel has not gone woke and I would suspect that they have not, but the military leadership has, and it's a problem. Again, no energy independence. The left is anti religion. Seemingly government seems to be their God. They're hard on the Second Amendment. He says Trump does the number one way to fight is to drill baby drill baby drill, basically, is to ramp up oil production.

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How the Left Uses High Gas Prices to Force Clean Energy

The Larry Elder Show

00:44 sec | Last month

How the Left Uses High Gas Prices to Force Clean Energy

"Audio clip number one, Californians are getting frustrated. Preview I'm here at this station on Alameda av and Burbank going for just over $7 a gallon. What's ridiculous, bro? Like usually you put it in and you get at least a half a tank or something like that. Chris likes so many now paying double just to fill it up. 5 minutes for it just to get up to less than a quarter of a tank. And I was probably well like 50, 60 bucks, like 60 bucks. And then trying to drive us away from combustible engines. They want to get everybody into loads of electrical cars. That's the goal in order, honestly, get us into electrical cars. That's what they want to do, but ultimately they want to be able to control us. They want people to move from the suburbs into the cities. They don't have to commute.

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Florida Governor Wants to End Special Privileges for Disney

The Larry Elder Show

00:54 sec | Last month

Florida Governor Wants to End Special Privileges for Disney

"Me. Florida's governor Ron DeSantis. Addressed on Thursday, the suggestion of repealing a 55 year old state law that allows Disney to effectively govern itself on the grounds of Walt Disney World following the company's public opposition to a controversial parental rights law in Florida. What I would say as a matter of first principle is I don't support special privileges and law just because a company is powerful and they've been able to wield a lot of power. I love this guy. I love this guy. Fight back. This is the way you fight back. Desantis said this during a press conference in West Palm Beach, Florida today. Disney has been engaged in a war of words with Republicans in Florida leading up to Monday signing of the controversial bill, which prohibits classroom instruction on quote sexual orientation. And that's what it is, guys,

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Christian Watson Explains How American Express Has Gone Woke

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:57 min | Last month

Christian Watson Explains How American Express Has Gone Woke

"American Express card holder for about 25 years. In fact, my friend Dave Ramsey gives me all kinds of grief because I've got one of those black cards, those centurion card and Dave says that's the biggest waste of money. I spend a lot of money to have it. I get some perks with it. You know, you get upgrades and all kinds of nifty little stuff. American Express has been sort of the gold standard for business executives and for people in the workforce and just I taught my kids when they became adults, get an American Express card. You got to pay it off every month. You get a good helps your credit score. It helps your credit standing. American Express has gone woke. First of all, tell us what American Express did that got the attention of a terrific organization like color us united. They done many things, unfortunately, and it's really unfortunate that corporate America as a whole is going down this path. So American Express had their employees go ahead and sit in to a seminar given by Khalid Muhammad, the great grandson of the founder of the Nation of Islam. Elijah Muhammad, in which he instructed them to believe that capitalism is evil and racist. And that they have a goal. They have a duty rather to go ahead and get rid of its evils and racism, which is a little bit odd that a company founded on capitalism is bad enough in it. They released a document called building allyship in which their employees were pitted against each other on the basis of their identity and their individual characteristics. And some employees who were not considered to be privileged were given precedence over employees who are considered to be privileged. There's one part in that building allyship document that actually says that it gives an example of an Asian woman not feeling represented in a Zoom call and basically says that an Asian woman or a black woman or whatever woman on the basis of their skin colors wants to speak. You should just be quiet and don't speak up or against them or don't say anything about what they have to say. So this is a kind of inversion of what America is all about.

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Brit Hume: We Can Only Hope Media Will Do More to Learn About Hunter

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:23 min | Last month

Brit Hume: We Can Only Hope Media Will Do More to Learn About Hunter

"And he dove into this last night, talking with Brett bair on Fox News channel. Well, it was something they said they couldn't touch. And they said they couldn't touch because it was not verified. Of course, news organizations pick up stories that some other news organizations have reported. They don't necessarily claim them as their own, but they report that the other news organization has said this. But when the New York Post reported a hundred Biden's laptop and its contents, everybody said, oh, we can't touch that. We can't touch that. Now The New York Times and The Washington Post have discovered there's a lot to this story and they're always was a lot to this story. I guess we should say better late than never to those news organizations and because they have big they have big staffs and they can delve into a story like this. So let's hope they do more. Well, I suspect they will do more because the investigation is evidently multifaceted. And I hope they get to the bottom of it, but then again, I always hope they'd get to the bottom of the corruption of the Clinton family. I always hope they'd get to the corruption of Nancy Pelosi and her wealthy wealthy husband. Their investing in stocks that you know there is so much insider garbage that goes on, how does somebody go into Congress a hundred years ago and come out a multi multi multi millionaire?

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Hunter Biden Investigation May Be a Huge Problem for Joe Biden

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:41 min | Last month

Hunter Biden Investigation May Be a Huge Problem for Joe Biden

"Look at the look at the Hunter Biden story. Start picking away at that story a little bit. Now let me just let me walk you through this for a moment. You got a president of the United States whose son with whom he is very close has had confirmed shady business deals with places like China and Ukraine. Hunter Biden had a laptop. And he stupidly left the laptop with a computer repairman. The laptop contents were a treasure trove, a look into the into the really corruption and the shady business dealings of the sun, the adult son of the president of the United States. And conservative media has been reporting on the Hunter Biden laptop story for years. Well, The Washington Post, New York Times, CNN, they poo pooed it. Oh, it's a conspiracy, a right wing conspiracy. It's just attempt now they're all confirming the legitimacy of the Hunter Biden laptop story. Wonder why? Well, that's because there is apparently an extensive investigation into Hunter Biden himself. Now I have to tell you something if Joe Biden is as close to Hunter Biden as he says he is, this could lead to a huge problem for the president of the United States.

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"31" Discussed on Fallen Short

Fallen Short

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"31" Discussed on Fallen Short

"People say you know in the dust the lowered this will happen on this state. I think i i immediately threw up. Red flags seen people miss the mark on that will in even in recent times not dealing with the election. But i mean how many times have has there been a prophecy about the end times. You know of you know why they're always. I'm just going to go back to the year. two thousand. I know there was others before. But you know y two k and everything was gonna shut down and it was gonna be the end of the world and you know whatever and then it was the what was it. Twenty twelve than the mayan calendar loves. Just fill many different things. Feel like you could go back into the old testament that there's prophecies that are not yet to be fulfilled. At least that we know of. I mean when you the book of revelation or i've just finished studying ezekiel and there's prophecies all throughout the old testament and the new testament that are about things to come that but the problem is they're not dealing an absolute right where i think what i get. Cautious about is when it's like this is the date of or this is what is going to happen. Definitively at this time and i think sometimes what happens is in in prophetic. I think that we can entertain our own thoughts and desires within what we feel like the lord sane and our interpretation of the word of god is and i've had like an interesting season kind of four years ago back in twenty s fifty. Two thousand sixteen actually was. I think it was in two thousand fifteen where i felt like flirting telling me something very specific about what was going to happen with the election and in it didn't go in two thousand sixteen the way i felt like god was telling me would but the funny thing is is what it is what happened in twenty twenty and so i don't know what all that is even meaning meaning and i'm still processing that over with the lord and china understand what it is that he was showing me all those years ago and why but i just know that the god of the bible is the god of today and that god is still alive and well but i do think prophets need to be held accountable which i think is what thaddeus is getting that and that they do need to own up when they miss the mark because guess what we're humans and we're gonna misinterpret things and we're not going to always have the greatest understanding and the bible says what the prophets speak. Let the judge as and let the other prophets judges so when somebody comes on. They're saying the voice of the lord is telling them this or they're feeling like the holy spirit is imparting to them. This certain situation. I think is imperative that you surround yourself with other people who are also instep to the holy spirit who are also engulfed in the word of god and who god is and so.

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"31" Discussed on DUH:A Bangladeshi Podcast

DUH:A Bangladeshi Podcast

07:10 min | 1 year ago

"31" Discussed on DUH:A Bangladeshi Podcast

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"31" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

31 Thoughts: The Podcast

03:39 min | 3 years ago

"31" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

"And since there were so few teams playing what I remember about that night was marrying Gabar tweeting and crystal Tang tweeting and guys are like welcome to our beer league. That was what made that night so special with all the NHL watching the game and saying oh my God. Not only did you think math is going to be great because he scored four goals, but we interviewed him post-game Christine Simpson was working that game. And first of all we interviewed someone from the losing team, which almost never happens and be he was mad 'cause his check. Scored the overtime winner for auto. So I mean, how can you go away from that one who made those moments as well mom? Yeah. The shots. Mom was outstanding. In that one. I'm always fascinated with the the Cup of coffee player the one game guy dean Morton. Yup. K and each official Blair, Maxine, I think was a one year guy. But here's the thing about dean Morton in his one game up scored a goal, and then never played in the NHL again where they do wrong gets his one call up scores a goal, and that's it. That'd be another debut that I would just go reads book candies. Arab ember some little tell me Gord wobble or something like that. And he played on hockey night in Canada game on a Saturday night between Calgary and Montreal. And it was on for some reason in Toronto and he had like a goal and assist. Scored a beautiful goal. And he played two games. Never heard from again. Someone's gonna tell me what has but I don't I remember that guy nor thinking guys a star. You know is a good question for Ken read then too because he did the book about players that people that only had one game in the NHL Cup of coffee. I'm curious not just who played the one game. But who played the fewest minutes. No who played the fewest seconds in the NHL. Find me that guy who played like, two seconds. Now, the the the backup goal came on to clean up for five seconds or the tough guy came on and fought two seconds into his shift. And that was it that was his only game in the NHL has only minute slash seconds. Like giving Ken read some home. Why not okay from Silas K? Do you ever see time where the Swedish league could have a TV presence in North America? Hardcore would watch I would watch you would watch. Could you see it? I think it's probably more likely on. I don't see why not. But you gotta think is probably more online than anything else. Right. You can watch those games now online. I don't know why like a network would necessarily pick those up now because the younger generation we they stream everything right? Yeah. So you can probably get it with North American commentary though. Oh, well, I don't know. That's a good one. I'd watch force. Force set up a studio. We problem with that is Matt March from play produces those games. And it's always a big food budget when he's around. Matthew, scott. Is there a chance all of this question? Is there a chance that Steve is Ramin wins GM of the year of Tampa has a season. Everyone is predicting even though he's not the GM anymore. I love it. I know why this questions there because Jeff loves the chaos aspect of it. I have an example. I wanna bring up to I think, that's I say, no. But I still think it's hilarious two thousand and ten Chicago. Blackhawks win the Stanley Cup. Yup..

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31 Thoughts: The Podcast

02:47 min | 3 years ago

"31" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

"Right. Like everything else. And we have to find the middle ground. May I've talked to so many people in the quote unquote, analysts community about. This because I've had those same conversations. Oh, great. It's wonderful. We love no one on television. People. Don't want to feel like their math climb. Right. Make it presentable for TV. Great question shale and thanks for sending that one in. This one comes to us from Steve nests, Trent Frederick. Yeah. Had a huge fight in h game. Fielding was. Parasol with Frederick content of what's the piece of Frederick I willing to go the kits. Go to post in Frederick. Two. Who sneak a treaty? What stands out to you as some of your most memorable NHL debuts? Roof. I got one. Okay. And I've I've always had a question about it too. I don't know the year. And I hope I'm getting the players that got the assists. Correct. Daniel Winnick his NHL debut with the coyotes scored a goal. And it was assisted by two players that were also making their NHL debuts one of them was Martin hanzel. And the other and Anoma gonna get audited on Twitter instantly when this podcast goes up. I think was Craig Weller. I'm not sure so they all got their first points on the same goal in their first game. And my question is who gets the puck the guy who scores guy who scores getting it for sure you're not carbon that puck up and everyone gets a third could do this hockey after all that's more unselfish, look that would be my most memorable debut three guys all involved in their first goal on their very first game at the same time. I don't know how anyone could argue with awesome Matthews. Oh, the four against Ottawa. Opens the story. Before. This back to posted. But fat foods and the is littered with hats. Goodness. Do believe this..

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"31" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

31 Thoughts: The Podcast

03:18 min | 3 years ago

"31" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

"Different opinions on its while. I'm for anything that improves your enjoyment of the game. If you like watching that kind of thing studying that kind of thing, I think it's excellent. I like the fact that the league understands that there are some fans who don't wanna watch that. And that if you are the person who just wants to watch a relatively uncluttered screen with your drink of choice and your food of choice. They're not going to take that away from you. But if you are someone who wants to watch second screen with all kinds of stuff on it that option is going to be eventually, they're now the one thing that is shayla every else has to understand is. I don't think it's guaranteed for the start of next year. They have been a bit guarded on where it'll exactly come out because they know they can't get it wrong. So it might not be ready for the start of next season. I'm curious about the gambling aspect of it, the VR virtual reality aspect of it. I think that's really cool. I think there are people out there who know that they can participate in a game from Connor. Mcdavid point of view, and that data will allow that to happen when I was at the all star game last week. And I went to the house of channel which was their gamer activated Nanshan for the weekend. Like puck and player tracking. This is stuff. It is totally totally totally out of my expertise. And we are barely scratching the surface at the world. Yeah. We are going into see to me more information means more coverage because there's more to talk about and out side of what you may cause a lot of this speaks to second screen for me when I'm watching a hockey game. I want it as clean as possible. Right. I want then rock garden. That's what I want. I don't need a whole ton of drop downs. I need flashes of thing. I just wanna clean look. So this to me says second screen for that information. But with that information, this may sound very selfish coming from me. Okay. Well, you're selfish. That's well. Look, there's my naval. What this could do is enhanced the studio. Experience. Because all that information becomes available to us in studio as you go to the intermission. Now. There's a whole new field of information that we can use discuss what we just offer twenty minutes. Here's an interesting question for the people who are listening to this podcast in the first two years of the new deal here Rogers, we went heavily into the analytics, and they got feedback that said the audience did not like that. Too many numbers. And when I've told that to certain people there like what why we love that. That's silly. That's ridiculous. But there are a lot of people who absolutely eight them. And I'm wondering if we're going to have to get into a situation. Jeff, whether it's almost two different shows, hang on C when I see that. When I hear that. I say, okay, that's the bathwater. But what about the baby because I don't think that I don't like the baby. I don't wanna get rid of all I don't think that information is about I think if it's presented as math. It's a bad thing. But I've always maintained whomever can take that information that we all see on various blogs and various Twitter feeds and make it palatable and presentable for television wins. Yes, I agree with that. But I don't think discarded altogether. Well, they don't want analytics. So let's just talk about goals assists, hit some blocked shot..

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"31" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

31 Thoughts: The Podcast

04:45 min | 3 years ago

"31" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

"I remember I made a bet with Heather Hiscox once when I was doing CBC news never causing morning sports, the Super Bowl bet. And the loser had to surrender his phone. The other person for an hour. Would you ever do that? Would you ever take that bet the gives up their phone to but not during the season? Look, I'm paid to try and be on top of things. Ricard Grunberg European coaches in the NHL, not as the systens, but as head coaches overdue. Well, I think that if he comes in. It's probably going to be as an assistant. I I don't know if he's going to jump right into a head coaching job. Look, I'm for anything that makes people better. And there's no question. The sports changing. It's opening up its is two different things and new things and at the end of the day. I don't care where you're from. When I was a kid grant fewer drafted by the Oilers Cougars believe it was Ingle magazine or something like that our goal magazine one of those old magazines goal hand. Yeah. The didn't article on Grant Fuhr being a black goalie, and there was a quote in there from Glenn say there, we are basically said I don't care if Grant Fuhr is purple. I only care if he stops the puck to which Mitch Hedberg was hold on guideline somewhere. People trail of Hedberg. But I subscribe to that theory. I don't care where you're from a what your background is can you do the job. And if you can do the job there's room for you, the one area, and that's when we talked at the beginning of long preamble talking about areas where we need to see new voices and seeing people to get new ideas, you feel that way about bench bosses. I feel that way about the media's well hockey media, whether it's through the O, whether it's truck doesn't matter. We don't have European voices represented at all Bobby Holik once upon a time when he retired sort of flirted with a little bit chemo teams at the all star game was he working for Finnish. Tv that's not North America. Where is that European voice on Canadian slash American broadcasts? They make up so much of the NHL. This discussion could go into a lot of different areas. Because you know, people would listen to what you just said and said there's a lot of different voices that should be on hockey broadcasts. I, but I think one of the toughest things is to get X players in the NBA all the ex players. They wanna be on TV, and they make a ton of money in the NHL not a lot of the biggest ex players want to be on TV, and the money is a different scale and you'll for example, Kevin be exit who's done a few broadcasts with us and was between the benches and all star weekend. He wants to be a dad, and how is that a bad thing? And can you get guys to commit to the job? You know, for example guy like allow European players. How many European players stay in North America after they're done. That is a very interesting question and hang on and specifically, although they've been a couple outfits Samuel Peterson Laura's. Coach's kid I know in New Jersey. There are a few that run camps in Florida. Yup. Specifically Swedes for the purpose. Cobra car. Yes, he does. Yup. Ricard Gronberg just on the podcast, generally. And this is a wide brush statement here when Swedes are done their NHL career. They go to Sweden, and they stay. Yeah. Alfredsson still here. A couple. I think it'd be dynamite as well. Great quote delivers. Well, looks fantastic all of it. But generally Swedes go, and they stay home. Why not Sweden to wonderful place? If I was weeded I'd want to get home as soon as possible and stay there very much. But generally, they just they go and they don't come back. Here is to see imagine a van diagram. And for those of you who don't of diagram is Google it. Tell you. Well, it's basically, it's all right. Segel's. So here we go. So imagine one of the circles is retired European NHL players and the other circle is people who want to commit the time to work at TV. How big do you think that?.

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"31" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

31 Thoughts: The Podcast

04:24 min | 3 years ago

"31" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

"I wanna get some some general stuff Ricard if you were coaching and you had to pick one Swedish player to lead your team to game you had to win the state of your house who are you taking? Question answer that obviously goaltenders half the team. So well, let's pick goaltender them. And blinkers. I can't argue with that choice. You know, I grew up. I'm forty eight voyage Salman was my favorite players kids. So I always take in the prime voyeur psalm ING, but I can't argue with Lundquist. I can't argue with number five in Detroit was pretty good last time, I checked to drum. I mean, who's arguing Lidstrom too. But I admit I have a psalm ING bias. I always did you have a a long North American connection is the average Swedish player different to coach than your average North American player. Yeah. Of course, it's probably the generalize of different. But I think nowadays again, I mean the world, and especially you know, places like Canada US Sweden. I mean, we're very similar lot of ways. But of course, it's a could be a little bit of difference. I think you know, obviously. Myself to been around Americans, Canadians and Europeans. I think that's pretty good company of understand what's certain people coming from. So there's similarities there's also different aspects of individuals for sure. Can recall a few years ago in Colona at a C H L NHL top prospects game after the game. I had a conversation with one very specific very well known agent. And I said this agent said, you know, what of all the of all your players of all of your clients. I've never heard anyone complain about any of them. Why is that? And he said, I have a very specific recruiting philosophy a call at my to us rule, I recruit from the two most low maintenance places in the world, and they both start with S one siskel and the other is Sweden. I can't ask you about this catch one. But I will ask you Sweden are Swedes. The most low maintenance players in the world. It's funny. I do a little bit of connections is scheduled to some really good friends and Regina starts. Yeah. No, I yeah. I mean, I think we're coming from a culture where the collective is is really important. I think one of the reasons we really good team sports fear. I think it's is because we understand a working in the collective could be a little bit of a socialistic background. If you like, but I think that's one reason. I, you know, we have a different culture. No way for sure I guess the last question I have for you regard. Is you me the pitch you're going to sit down? You're talking to teams. What do you bring that makes a difference? I think you're looking for an outside perspective of, you know, I'm working with not only North American players, but you know, European place into buying them in the locker, and they can understand and one of those guys are coming from. I think you know, one of my biggest strings is just a structure and building the structure around the team. I think one of the biggest thing that I've learned, you know, coaching Sweden is what Swedes a really good in law in the players to think out. Nice coach doesn't sit on all the answers. You know, let the players make decisions on on the ice. Where's this? I came up. And it wasn't young coach was a lot of head all the answers. I give the players all the time versus maybe reverses something ask questions the curious and what they're doing. So communication's huge point for me. I think I can bring a little bit of perspective also this structure and the tactics because there are some some differences when it comes to National Hockey. I mean, the Russians plame certainly the checks play certain way sweetser pointing the certain way, it's not the same thing. And I think if you look at that combination of, you know, different tactics, why not try something different than when everyone else's in National Hockey League's. So that's the two minute poor of almost coaching philosophy. That's good resume. We're hired that you're higher cover letter. Well, Dan riccar. Listen, it's been a pleasure. We hope we can catch up with you again. Please keep in touch and what we'll. Get back on the podcast and best of luck in whatever is next for your career. Thanks for spending time with me. Thank you..

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"31" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

31 Thoughts: The Podcast

04:02 min | 3 years ago

"31" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

"And then start over a new movement of development comes to Swedish hockey, and you know, what I'm talking about twelve thirteen years ago and comfortably in North America back then and Scotian western Hockey League actually Spokane chiefs when the approach knew about but actually coming over and helping them out of North American influences back, then, you know, big thing was the the video, you know, for us to bake them different videos, which wasn't that great and big back in the day since we need European hockey. And also, the structure, I think, you know, when he's talking to, you know, a coach back then Swedish course, back then you're talking as a trainer trainer of ice hockey, not as much as coach. And you know, that was the big thing for them to. Bring me over and the involved in developing coaches and by doing that, obviously I never coach in Sweden back. Then, you know, had no idea, you know, what expect except, you know, starting, you know, working the way that I think the North American obviously North American influences because I never coast over in Sweden before you know, that I picked up a lot of things that's great Swedish locking talking about the way the ice practices and skill development as well, knowing which I think all the North American hockey, and the US hockey's been over a few times have an exchange for those guys in the sports talk in Cana looking at how we develop them skills. So that's Bill bridges Ricard. How many times have you interview with NHL teams the last couple of years say, you know, interview interview, I mean, I said probably a handful of times have been sitting down with different NHL teams and talked specifically, you know, but a little bit of future talking about everything from you know? The different positions with the team. And so yeah, but harmful type like was there one particular situation that you thought that you would be in whether as a head coach, or is insistent or something like that? Yeah. A couple of times, and it's being a little bit of a situation where obviously under contract I've been on the country last three years as head coach for national team. So, you know, obviously, I wanted to fulfill my my dude is on the contract and this year, I decided not to offer me a contract extension. I decided not to take their but to look around the corner a little bit, and obviously, and it's always the best league in the world. So of course, I wanna look at that avenue for sure. What's your view right now on positions are right wing left wing center. Right d- lefty Elliott Nighthawk a lot about, you know, the idea that, you know, position this hockey is on the horizon physicians are only wear you line up. And I even I look at someone like, you know, the success of the leaves Patterson who last year played as a winger and comes in this year Vancouver Canucks and flourishing as a standard and will win the Calder trophy as rookie of the year. Are we at a place in hockey in your mind where positions as we've traditionally known them mean less than ever? Great question. Jeff, I think we're steering away from that. I think steered away from you know, up and down the wingers, you know, responsible Centerman in the middle the defensive defenseman offense defense more to tell your hockey. And I think the way we're really trying to break the hardest thing right now, I think to hockey especially national archive feel this score goals. Scored goals is to be creative going looking outside the box. And and that's something that I feel is one of my strings always trying to challenge the truth. You know, so we obviously been fortunate enough to work with some great great defensive especially they can really join the rush and almost plans afford forward or be really involved in -fensive play where right there, you have an dimension of hockey that you know, made is not that common. You know? And then we'd be obviously really really successful doing that. So I think question, Jeff, I think definitely going to steer away from just you know, up and down wingers and defensive defense. I think it's more of a to tell her hockey. Okay..

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"31" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

31 Thoughts: The Podcast

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"31" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

"By a guy of Neil glassberg who lives in Toronto who we both know and Neil reached out to me and said Ricard Borg heard that and he is not pleased with what you said. So Ricard, I'm giving you an opportunity here at the come right out. And tell me why I am totally clueless on that particular point. Well, I agree with you sounds like a pretty long time to install a system half of still system. I and this difference to that was a few years ago. And you know, it's a lot of things have happened since then I think in particular, I think, you know, with access of, you know, back in my day, you know, only time watch NHL hockey was really under hockey school of super tape of you know, the Cup finals a few years before that. So nowadays, you have access to more or less everything. And I think kids growing up today. So obviously if you play hockey and Sweden check or show we're in Finland. I mean the biggest goal is to play a National Hockey League. So I think you know. That said I think, you know, the hockey world is it's a lot smaller nowadays. I think there's a hybrid world influences from all kinds of cultured hockey cultures. I know that the sweetest idle hockey that some people refer to as a mixes bland of of a lot of influences from other nations. So I think nowadays you talking about a hybrid world of hockey. And I'm a firm believer structure in the culture shouldn't take half a year to stall, it should be quick enough for sure, and I think the stretching right now from European hockey NHL hockey is not that great hoping you let into that. Because I'm more curious now more so than ever not how things are different for more. How they are similar once upon a time. It was oh, the Swedes the torpedo. It's two to one in North America. It's opposite. It's a trap is one to two and the difference is obvious. But here we are now Ricard in two thousand nineteen I'm not as much interested in differences as similarities how are the styles? Similar from. Sweden to North America. Well, that's what the ratio is. So curious about because I played college hockey, and, you know, coached over in America when the sweet is I thought you fed raising approaching about to start working with them..

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"31" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

31 Thoughts: The Podcast

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"31" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

"Nets sliding around on the way to pond hockey use the built-in load stop to help keep them in place. Loading what seems like half a team's worth of bags the tailgate. Also turns into a step for easier access and has an inner gate that flips down for unloading all the year, you can fit GMC. Sierra Denali, we are professional grade. Elliot, I have been looking forward to this for a while for the longest time. We've talked about the next wave of players. We've talked about the next wave of managers. We've talked about the next wave of employees at various levels of NHL teams, and the one spot that we haven't probably given enough attention to is the bench boss, the head coach normally in the NHL this has been populated by North American men. You wonder what is going to be next? And if the next wave of coaches is going to come from overseas to that we welcome aboard Ricard Grunberg who's he national coach of team Sweden who joins us on the podcast. Now regard. Thank you so much for joining us. I know the NHL has dipped it speak into the fountain rather gently before of Samson certainly of recent note, but why in your estimate has there been a shortage or a lack of European coaches behind the bench in the National Hockey League. In welcome to. Cast by the way. Thanks, jeff. Great long question. Start out with. I think it's a tough question Jasser because I'm not in the position of hiring and coaches National League's it's still for me to kind of dig into that one. I know that there's a lot of great coaches in Europe. That's for sure been forced to question actual team for few years and goes against some of the best European coaches talking about the checks Russians in in the fence, especially but there's some great hockey minds over here. So I I think yeah, there's a fool of coaches their shell definitions into now. Jeff, I think there is a reason that Ricardo's on the podcast so earlier on we this year, we were talking about Alpo SuAn. Yes. And I brought up the point that he told John Davidson then working for hockey night in Canada that it would take half the season for the team the Blackhawks to get used to assist system. And I said that was a reason that maybe some European head coaches wouldn't get a second chance and Ricard is..

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"31" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

31 Thoughts: The Podcast

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"31" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

"KENDALL Coyne Scofield. Yeah. Who if you lose an edge, if you blow it then all of a sudden there's fuel for the naysayers that is a huge amount of pressure on that young lady. And also don't forget that. Hey skin had blown a tire. Yes. And I think that affected some of the NHL players. They were looking at it. Like, no like, I'm not doing that. Because I don't want. What almost happened to him to happen to me? So she wants to prove herself. And she wants to prove she belongs, and she's seen what happens and she's like, I don't care. I'm going role for it. I'm going right for it. So I think that the women will be next year. More women will be in his competitors. So I think they'll be there. But I also think and I've been being this drown for years. The alumni ally of frady Adam Oates was there because he was a guest of March. I flees, and he could do the passing competition and still the specialists we've talked about this one more time char Weber, and I do believe that was discussed this year. But they decided not to do it. It was for like all-stars only. But now that you're opening it up. I think you can bring them in. And let's give Connor mcdavid the challenge. Get the eight fastest guys even bring that guy in from the age who skated twelve seconds. They give him the best challenge. Greco? Yes. Bring him in bring them all in bring them all in bringing the ringers. Listen, I'm with you. Yeah. And trick shot competition. Ravi shrimp. Come on down one more time watching KENDALL coins. Go by the way, also I like Kevin Xs idea that in that passing accuracy, if he can't do it and a certain number of pox, you get a five or ten second time penalty. I'm watching the fastest skater. And I do it every single year, but this year watching KENDALL Coyne Scofield skate. The way her legs were moving. My hip flexes were sore. And I just sat and watched. It was outstanding. How quick she moved her legs? It was painful to watch it. Yeah. As guy there's only exercise much. I didn't feel any pain. Okay. Very good on that. We'll take a break come back with for card romburg next. Thirty one thoughts is brought to you by the next generation GMC Sierra Denali complete with the world's first six function multi-proposal gate..

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"31" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

31 Thoughts: The Podcast

03:53 min | 3 years ago

"31" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

"And nine Rangers before trade deadline will be one of those where everyone's at podcast, but Kreider hazed sa- Carello, those the obvious. I'd be going if I was weighed the mcquaid for sure if I was Nanteuil team thought I could win some edge. I would be going after Kreider, but I could see the Rangers wanting to keep them. This is supposed to be a one. Thing. And then they're going to be in the free agent market. I saw I wonder what they're going to do there. But I really liked Kreider. I like him a lot. And I think he's a guy who just runs over people, and you need that Calgary might have some interest in as Carello or something like that there as a depth guy. Really? Yeah. I mean Calgary's looking for some depth on the wing admits and at one point Edmonton, definitely looked at it. Look zuccarello a Kreider, Zuhdi hours. Kreider too. But I think they looked at zuccarello also and the other guy we haven't mentioned from the Rangers Hayes, but you've mentioned Colorado before. Yes. But I'm not sure they're going to do that. And I think also went to chain get set then Hayes is gonna come up, and he'll get some interest. What was your takeaway before we get through card Grundberg here? I can't believe is taking this deeper to the podcast. We've mentioned what was your takeaway from all star weekend in San Jose, the women kinda stole the show. They did it is still the show. First of all I love being in good weather jerky. No lost soul. I move along on Monday. Or was it Tuesday? What they was it was it yesterday Tuesday. Well, it snowed. Mine. They right. So we shoveled Tuesday took me three hours to shovel my driveway. I'm Shuffler, I we have a snow blower, but I don't wanna use it. I want the challenge and about two hours into this. I'm like, you're an idiot, and my wife thought I was nedia to being good weather was really nice nice. Hey, I'm happy for you. I don't complain about all star weekend. I, you know. I know there's a lot of people. Do it. I understand why. It's there I've called it a necessary evil and someone from the league laughed when they heard I referred to it is that I just thought this year, the skills competition was flat aside from kindle Coyne Scofield and brianna decker. Yeah. They have to change it now twenty twenty two we're all hoping they're in China. So no all star game twenty twenty one in the CBS conversations your national calendar. The players proposed a World Cup in February of that year. In the league said, no I can't see the league. Five what I do think that could happen is the old Ryder Cup idea where it's North America versus the world, and you pick a city and you play it. And I know in the past they've talked about London. So I would like to see that. I think it's a good idea. So next year Saint Louis could be the last year of the current format, and I think they should try now I have to think after this year what coins Scofield dating decker. Did the women are going to be entered in the competitions more of them. I would assume so. And I just want to say one thing about decker. Like, I I saw some people out there saying while she only got a good time because there was no pressure on her. She wasn't competing. I don't buy that at all. If you're an Olympic level athlete, which she is you want to do. Well, it's not like you're going out there fooling around because you're a demonstrator. You wanna go out and show everybody in front of a packed building. And all these players that you can do this. That's just stupidest thing ever decker for sure KENDALL Coyne Scofield we had her on hockey central at noon on Monday. And I asked her, but that whether any nerve he's been part of huge gains before will championships Olympic spin successful. How nervous we and she said she was extremely nervous. It was right. When I got in the economist, David, I'm like, are you nervous and he's like a little nervous. Later, but. Everybody is everybody's watching. And there's that expectation and it's one thing for Connor trying to win fastest skater three years in a row. And then there's.

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"31" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

31 Thoughts: The Podcast

02:58 min | 3 years ago

"31" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

"Okay. Toronto is made their move is Boston going to make their move does Tampa make their move does. So and so make their move dominos fall. Now, do you think I think Tampa they've been looking for right hand shot d for a while now? And I still think they will continue to do it. I mean, they've been linked to Cody CC will see, but I think Tampa does try to add on their blue line. Boston's and interesting one, I think they will try to add I've heard them linked to Wayne Simmons before the one thing. I do believe they didn't like the rental last year. They did with Rick Nash nothing have anything against Rick Nash. It didn't work out. I mean, I've not the only guy ever said there's several people who cover them of reported that Don Sweeney isn't too eager to do that again, which could affect the decision that they make you know, Simmons is an interesting I've heard the market on him as a bit slower developing than the flyers expected. I think that's because of the log jam near the top. Everybody waits for stone into Shane Pinera. And you know, I wouldn't be surprised at that opens up a bit more later, but I could see Boston having interest in the m. But like I said, Jeff, I think a lot of the market is being held up as we wait to see with those three guys in those two teams decide to do. Let's get there. Then chain stone. It's the weekly update. What's happening with the Iowa, senators, boys? I believe they were supposed to either meter talk. Again, this week to Shane and had persona and the team Nick had the offer out there. I hear one day. People say I he'll sign the next day. People say, no, he won't, you know. I think to Shane is really wrestled with it too at times. My belief is he gets traded. But I'm not like it's not like I'm going onto my betting app on my phone putting money down on it. I lean towards that way. But it's not the most confidently I've ever had. I'm more confident that stone get signed. I think he's invested in that organization. He's been there. I think they've talked about the captain see, you know, it's just such a wild card. It is you just never know what's going to happen. And I've been told that by another player on the team that stone has been particularly careful about talking about it because he understands the volatility of the whole situation, and he just doesn't want. He just doesn't want news about it. You wanted to be a smooth as possible? Could Pittsburgh fit from at the shame. I have thought that. But the penguins. What do they have to trade for matching? Well, not exactly secretive love to relieve themselves of their preferred. Well, I think that's going to happen that they made the Alexia move to re up spot and cap space. So what do they have like, you know, what it was gonna want for someone like Mattachine is on a rental? They will want a first round draft pick has young player. There's Addison the young kid who plays out west. He's probably Pittsburgh's best prospect. But and Pittsburgh, we'll go for it..

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"31" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

31 Thoughts: The Podcast

03:29 min | 3 years ago

"31" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

"I mean, the biggest question is who's going to play the right side on that Riley and Muslim pairing. Who's it going to be Darryl Sutter's? We saw quotes was pretty Vatican. You know, he's never done it before. When I look at if you can pause on that, I always go back to Mike Babcock's Detroit Red Wings squad where everybody shot left. This was like the Soviet national team in the seventies. Where everybody except for maybe one player shot. Everyone's a left hand shot trae Redwings outside of I think maybe three I have an answer to that. Because I've asked him about it before when he went to the Stanley Cup final with Anaheim in two thousand three he had six left E shots. And as you mentioned, Detroit he had mostly lefty shots. And I just said, you know, what's the difference? And he said it's much faster. Now, he's it back then you could get away with having guys on their off sides now with the speed at the way, the game's played is much more difficult. So he doesn't think it's fair comparison. I've asked him about that before one of the interesting names that popped up in the end. It's the first round draft pick to the Los Angeles Kings cog runs from goes the other way as well. And Sean dursey Sam causing team has been going on about Sean Thursay forever. Love. I should've called SAMA didn't realize love Sean been going on. I don't know. He does too. And he loves Sean, just involved in a big trade between Owen sound in Gulf of the OH L wider Z, and why not someone else maybe a Marley's the fence when the trade came down, and the least broke it, and I did a FaceTime with Caroline. And I said I was surprised that little grin wasn't in the deal. I figured that. That was the guy that the kings would go after the did ask about Rasma sending from what I've heard in Toronto stock to its promise that he was not going to be traded. Right. You know, I asked around I said why not little grin and I've noticed to stomp on a kid. He's not even twenties got a long way to go. It just seems a lot of people are really down on him right now that they just feel that he hasn't progressed the level that was holding expected. I was actually I was driving down to the podcast today. I was listening to bananas and Justin born on the good show on our flagship here in Toronto the fan five ninety and born was saying that one of the. Things with little grenade. Is he just seemed so far off to me, and I'm not seeing those major strides taken. And you look at stats a lot of times for defenseman. Like, he's doing fine. He's got he's got some numbers. You know, nothing to exceptional. I think for his age was putting up impressive numbers at the American Hockey League. Right. But the thing is so much of that with with skill guys. Like that where you don't trust them to play physically in the game. Is that they're putting them on the power play in a position where you're their only defense. News touching the puck with your best offense a forwards and there just racking up assists. You know? He only scored once last year, he had sixteen assists, only has two goals this year, you know, another six assists. So to me is probably getting a lot of touches on the power play. And that to me doesn't indicate someone who's developed enough to play at the NHL level. You know, again, he's nineteen years old this could all change. But it certainly looks like the opinion on him isn't as high as it was a year ago when he was taken in the first round. So there were a few teams told me they were not surprised now some teams were hired on jersey than others. But they said they weren't surprise the kings would go in that direction. Now, the Jake Muslim is a maple leaf always curious what the reaction is how the dominos fall here..

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"31" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

31 Thoughts: The Podcast

03:41 min | 3 years ago

"31" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

"The trauma of leaves have acquired defenseman Jake Muhsin from the Los Angeles Kings in exchange for forward, Carl French drum the rights to Sean dursey who is a recent traffic answering us first round pick in the twenty nineteen NHL draft Faysal Kameda taken away six months. I'm sorry. This is really the key is ability to play the pop end of our defense that plane all obviously growing up, you know, everyone is released fan and those included who know kind of funny how life works and here we are coming back home to play for the team going up kind of. Probably that, you know, as well Ricard Grahn bring this week national coach will be aboard here in a couple of moments looking forward to talking to him about a number of things the differences between key players in North America and Sweden and the chances of him showing up behind the bench in the National Hockey League and other issues that revolve around but are not exclusive to Swedish hockey players. So stay tuned for Ricard Grundberg here on the podcast and a couple of moments. Meantime, Jake Muhsin is now ex of the Los Angeles Kings. He's now a member of the Toronto Maple Leafs on that blue line with one more year on his ticket at four million dollars a copy to which Elliott Friedman says blank, I said, I think it's a good trade for them. I mean, they're in it to win it right now. And they didn't take anything off of their roster. You know, I think one of the reasons that they did not go with some other possibilities including the likes of Brett, patchy and Alex. Her Angelo is that it was going to cost them pieces off their current roster. I don't know what the talks with Carolina turned out to be or not be. But it was going to involve a player either, captain or Yonsin or something like that. I have heard and I do believe that the talks was Saint Louis for Pedder. Angelo involve William knee Lander which Toronto did not want to do. So that was something they were not willing to consider as we saw they could do Muhsin without taking off their current roster. And I think Muslim was a guy that they are interested in even though he's a left hand shot. And what I've heard is. They were Muslin's most diligent and aggressive pursuer. I believe Montreal been there. He was in the patch ready deal. The aboard the L, and I think that's Tampa was there. But when it really mattered who was the team that was aggressive. It was Toronto. And he was the guy they targeted. Let's say there must have been other teams. You mentioned Montreal you mentioned Tampa's while you do wonder about a team like the boss. Bruins. How much of this is the maple leaves got Muhsin and someone else that may police may face in the playoffs. Didn't I think there's something to that? But again, the only other teams I really heard were Tampa Montreal. I'm sure there were others. I can't say for sure that they were there may believes done. I think they'll look for a right hand D. But now it's dollar in dollar out. Now, you can look at sites like cap friendlier puck pedia, and you can say, okay, they've still got a boat, you know, some cap room about four million cap room. But what you don't want is Mitch modern Austin Matthews bonuses to go into next year. You know, the fact that monitored and go to the all star game eliminated one of those bonuses. But I think your budgeting I was told for about three point seven five million. So you've got to keep that doesn't happen. So it's dollar in dollar out for the Maple Leafs. Now who does this help the most on that blue line? Some would make the point that this helps Riley Frederik Anderson someone made the point that it helps Travis Thurman. Because it moves Ron Haines you down to a lesser role probably paired with him. Yeah. Probably I think that's all true..

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31 Thoughts: The Podcast

04:22 min | 3 years ago

"31" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

"Jackets, look, Jeff how many times when you are in high school. If you ask somebody out even university later before you got married if you have somebody out four times, and they said, no. Four times. How many time was the fifth lucky about zero zero time. Well, I'm glad you can explain that. Because I can't speak to this problem. I never had a problem getting people to say yet the romance complex, right? It's hard. Sometimes when you're in it because you don't want to give up hope share. But the odds are really against you. You have to assume that he's gone take it as a pleasant surprise. If it's the other way around abroad, I wanna get to your Florida ID here and a couple of seconds. But what's the latest? I don't understand. What's happened to him this year? He is he's a dynamite. Goalie, I think we all know that. But his season has been so weird from blowing them off last summer in a meeting is not causing himself any money, but Broschi this year it remains to be seen if he's causing himself any money, but he's certainly hasn't played up to the level that you would expect him to be and he has shown he can be if he was. Ninety percent of normal. You think you have a chance to win. But he hasn't been there. And he's at lost the job at times to corpus sallow to me. That's Carolina's biggest decisions goaltending. Good enough. Now, I had heard last summer that he was willing to consider some teams at couldn't prove it. And then I heard during the year he had said he was willing to consider some teams. I did say that I'd heard that. And I believe it to be true Pierre LeBrun reported a week ago or two weeks ago now that he has said that he will consider teams. But there's one thing I don't know here. Jeff, and that is has he actually given a list has he actually said to Columbus put it on paper that if you will deal me to one of these teams, I will go because what I've heard is that it's verbal he is said I will. Consider these teams. But when Columbus asked him to put it on paper he and his agents said no because they didn't want to give up complete control the situation. So the truth is somewhere in the middle. How do you feel? What's your Spidey sense on how this plays out? Then. Sometimes we can see players behave a specific way off the ice to enhance their negotiating power with that team. I don't get a sense that this is that example, I think Columbus believed that LeBron's gone. I think now they recognize Panara and will be too. I think somebody's gonna make them a good offer for. They're going to get it. And they're gonna have to decide eight. Does it meet the threshold of what they consider as acceptable? And be do. They really want to do it again. I know I've said this thirty five times I sound like a broken record. But I'll do it again. I really think if I'm them I'm going for it sometimes in your history, you have to say we're going for it. And to me that time is now for Columbus. So a slight do thing somebody will tempt them right on the forward. Essentially what you're saying is mentally just treat them as if there are rent. Yes, higher percent. These are the rentals. We have picked up this run higher percent sneaky slash stealth candidate for both come July. First. You have a feeling about Florida. I just think that's a place both of them would be willing to go. I think that's a team that's going to need a jolt. You know, they've missed the playoffs. Again, a couple years in a row after getting there and the biggest issue they've had is goaltending. And not because Roberta Longo isn't game. It's simply because his body isn't there anymore. First of all, the one thing that we all have to remember his Lwanga lasted a lot longer than I think a lot of us thought. He would I don't know how many people thought he'd still be playing now. But it's finally happening. And you look at Florida wi- of they missed the playoffs last two years with a pretty good team goaltending. Yup. And I could see Panara and wanting to go in that area too..

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"31" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

31 Thoughts: The Podcast

04:15 min | 3 years ago

"31" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

"Today's podcast is brought to you by controversy or as a across the pond contrive Assi, lower Panara, n- Milstein, Tammy Pinera and his agent. Dan Millstein now Milstein came out recently. Instead, my agent will not talk contract until the end of the season over to you your mo- Callanan pull the pin out of the grenade and roll it in the room. How do you read this one? You know, I don't know if it should be agreed in the room hockey players are business people now as much as anything else, they understand how contracts and things work. If I was a player, I don't think that would bother me actually Panara wouldn't because he's played all year. Really? Well, the Broschi thing is mystifying to me it benefits him to have a dynamite season. He hasn't had it. If it was him. I would probably be a bit more angry about it than I would be about pairing. But John, I think players understand its business. The one question I have is does. Karelian believes teams good enough to win a Stanley Cup. If I'm sitting in his chair, and I believe that I'm all in. I'm pushing my chips to the middle of table. And I'm saying if I lose I lose to a great hand. Now, if he thinks they're not that good, then I'm making the trades. But if he thinks they can really win. I have no problem with taking a run at it. If your yard lane. Do you not as well have a look around the metro all due respect to the islanders can feel how you feel about what berry trots done. It's been outstanding. Are they legit is this a legit deep playoff team is legit contender in the Eastern Conference. However, you feel about the Allender hit pause on them look around as we record this podcast caps. Seven losses in a row. I still think they're outstanding. It's Berg penguins dropping down again, we're recording. This before we do the Tampa, Pittsburgh game this evening at this point lose. News of four of their last five. Do you not look around the division and say why not one hundred percent? Are there any upsets on the planet any more? What's an upset? Exactly. There's no such thing as a playoff upset anymore. None. These teams are so evenly matched. The lines of difference are so tiny compared to each other. Look how many times of the Washington Capitals come out and say we were across bar from being down three nothing, and then LARs Eller scores office Toshi and we're back in the series. That's how close that series was for Columbus. Last year. They are on the ropes caps around. The Cavs were on the ropes. They were Allie in the rumble in the jumble. Looking like he was about to lose. I just think that if your the Columbus, blue jackets, and you think you've got a chance you're going for it. I know conventional wisdom is trade. These guys for something you're gonna have if the cap goes up to eighty three even with. Ranchi sign you're gonna have you know, thirty million caprow that is the big commodity in the NHL. You think you can win go for it? And if I was in that seat. That's what I would do say, what do you say? Then to all the people who maintain you can't let these guys walk for nothing. And you're not letting them walk for nothing. You're getting cap space. That's not nothing now kicking on. And also has more information than I do. Maybe somebody steps up and makes them an unreal offer that he just can't say no to that could happen. The one thing I like about him is that last year. I think in a lot of people's I shoulda traded Jack Johnson. And there was an internal thing too. Because I think Johnson wanted to be traded. So he could increase his value as a player, but he said, no, I'm not doing it. Let's get a first rounder, and he didn't do it. Same thing with Matt Calvert he knew he was going to be a UFA and held on. So his history is to do that. I support that. I think you have to show your organization that if you believe it can win you're going to go for it. So I think that's history. And I think you'll stick to that. You think there's any way he resigns Panara, Idaho..

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