5 Burst results for "Adam Peck"
AP News Radio
Islanders score 3 in 3rd to rally past rival Rangers 4-3
"For the second straight night the islanders erased a three one lead in the third period of a four three victory This time against the rangers Adam peck started to come back before Brock Nelson and Anders Lee scored one 44 apart put in the aisles ahead with 5 and a half minutes remaining Lee says they were confident down three one Two goal deficit going into the third nothing to lose but an opportunity to have a great 20 minutes We'll take that Nelson and Kyle Palmer had power play goals in the islanders 7th win in 8 games Our temi prana and set up power play goals by Chris kreider and Vincent Roche for the rangers I'm Dave ferry
The Hockey PDOcast
"adam peck" Discussed on The Hockey PDOcast
"Tom Ed 24 cam, you had them 27th. I had to have them higher than some of these other teams we mentioned because Matt barzal just as a singular talent sucks you in and out. Even when he's like kind of dancing around the offensive zone for 30 seconds with the puck and then it leads to a point shot or nothing that constructive, it's still so fun to watch him do it that from an entertainer perspective that. And I actually think when they're playing right, they're a good counter team and I enjoy that from my product. I'm curious to see under lane Lambert. I know he was on the coaching staff before. It seems like they're going to be a bit more aggressive in terms of going for offense and potentially sacrificing a bit defensively. So I'm tuning in to see that all that. Yeah, mappers had such a such a great first two years. And then Barry Trotsky and he was really reeled back in. He was handling the puck class and it feels like it feels like the reason why trots was out was because there was a bit of a power struggle Luang and the team to be a bit more offensive. So I'd like to see barzal break out. There's a couple of quick things about the islanders that I had that sort of elevated them into the tier of they at least have a couple things I enjoy watching. In addition to barzal doing barzel stuff, Noah Dobson is so big and so fast that he gets the Jersey flapping behind him. When he skates with the puck through the neutral zone, shades of Mike medano. You know, like you have to be the right dimensions and the right amount of speed to get that effect he does. I love that. Ryan pulak, I could watch that guy shoot pucks all day and then I think Adam peck might be one of the best defensive players in the league and I really enjoy watching him plays just so smart.
Newsradio 970 WFLA
"adam peck" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Paul Mary stepping free right circle for tax it Lifts it behind the net for Gigi pajeot He is checked by Roode and cirelli emerges with it Right wing for stamp goes He'll spin it out to Victor hedman Hedman with room to the red line to the left wing pulls up lightning or completing a change So hedman goes to his own zone for Chernobyl two O 5 left in a scoreless first churn act drifts behind the lightning We're going to get away from the pressure in Brock Nelson Chernock now steps up the middle Left wing palate beats point across the bull line left circle Point pulls up Brayden point of the left point is checked Good work by pellet who flips it out to center ice maybe a three on two across the ball and here's Nelson right circle Shotty scores I play started with Adam peck taking the puck away from pointy flipped it out to Brock Nelson who has 31 goals now on the year He finished the right circle shot on a three on two It's one nothing New York Playing both blue lines your own and in the offensive blue line always a very big important part of the game But it was breaking point who did get to the top of the circle I think he's becoming too predictable He turned the puck over there It's a three on one coming back at the lightning or extremely aggressive when they get up ice And there's not much turnout could do other than lay down try to take the cross eyes pass away So Nelson realizes that he's hot He's a lefty on the right wing side He got a beat on the short side and beat vasilevskiy over the glove Right into the top of the net center ice face that one Nick Paul bogosian dumps it in Hegel after a left corner Mitch and islanders have had a capacity to score first and a lot of their games this year another one here today Here's bogosian holding an a clearing attempt at the center point He shoots blocked rebound is going to be hit by Andy green up the middle wall strump fumbled it but he gets it back and clears it to center He nicked it off Hegel's face as he tried to dump it in and finally bounces in off parisi Cal foot the other way with one 12 left in the period Left one Colton across the blind left point A little pass Let's grab my foot down low left corner Want nothing islanders in the first Foot looks to make a play for Colton at the right point Right point foot Right point Colton shoots wide left There's bogosian following up left point Zach lagosian turns at left point to belmar Little pass behind the dead Corey Perry sniffing after it Harry looks to keep it alive He's knocked at the ice by Chara Matt Martin is going to get it but the islanders are going to be called for that trip And we have Perry taking a stick to the face from Chara.
Newsradio 970 WFLA
"adam peck" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"The right of siroc and won by the lightning certificate of the left point bounces it for plot but it handcuffed them and it deflects out of the zone A lot of regroup to his own and ruta left wing McHale sergeant lightning skate right to left in the first four and four hockey right now Circuit have outlets for cirelli at the middle of the center Across the line but he's going to be stripped by Adam peck A little saucer feet pavilion the right wing When the red line across the blind Nelson a shot in the slot Tuesday made by vasilevsky Nelson of the rebound of passing front picked off by cirelli laney counter three on three to center Right wing ruta joining the attack across the line right circle Flips the Shah wide left There's Pilate fielding it at the left point and he'll drop it back to center ice for Victor hedman In ten seconds it'll be a whitening power play They of course went two for three yesterday on the man advantage against Detroit Headman for stamp ghost and now kucherov as the power plays underway chernock is out of the box He's going to sprint to the bench He'll get the power play set up There's point off the feed across the blue line sliding it in on the rokin to leave it for pellet behind the that and he does bang it out around the near board sound the length of the ice Lightning have 55 seconds remaining on this power play No score in the first Headman Big strides to center ice at the middle stamp goes Quick hit killorn in the right wing into the offensive and he pulls up top of the right circle Alex corn at the right point Killorn well bank at right point headman off the ball to stamp goes pretty aggressive PK by the aisle center point hedman right circle kutra Nikita Ku drop top of the right circle Back for hedman center point tease it up Feeds it to stamp ghost but a stick in the way And.
The Breakdown with NLW
"adam peck" Discussed on The Breakdown with NLW
"And so I really came from that perspective because I also think that the need for Bitcoin is the most in these countries. And it's also the strongest argument when people say we don't need Bitcoin. It uses too much energy. It's not good for the climate and things like that. You can always come back and it's in my point of view the most important thing about Bitcoin being this empowerment for the 54% of humanity, which live under authoritarian rules, and so that was basically the main point of interest for me. I never saw it as an investment tool or something like that. Your podcast was one of the earliest things that you did. Was that like a learning in public kind of a thing for you at the time or what was the ambition when you started? So it was also learning because you can learn from the best if you interview them. And learning in public is in general not so my thing. I have my background is more like doing things until you know them and then go out and talk about it. But you can't do that in that space because everything is changing so fast you have to keep up. You always have to ask questions. And at the beginning, it was a little bit a tool for me. I thought it's a marketing tool also to get people into my courses and seminars because that was that what I did back then real life seminars about Bitcoin and blockchain and all the stuff. And more and more within the success I had and the good feedback I got and I also found it really special to be able to talk with Adam peck and Andreas and Dan held and all those people who really built this industry and this technology and to learn from them. And so the podcast was really very, very important also then for me to write the book to have all the knowledge because I always asked the sources I had firsthand information about.