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"alex barros" Discussed on ESPN Daily

ESPN Daily

07:06 min | 1 year ago

"alex barros" Discussed on ESPN Daily

"So you're here to tell us the story of one of the strangest most memorable most iconic photographs that i can remember in sports and otherwise after game seven of the stanley cup final in vancouver canada and to understand this thing and all the elements within i i need to i think. Start with just the city of vancouver and this team the canucks. How would you describe the legacy that this franchise has in the nhl fad. Use one word to be frustrating along with the buffalo sabres that connects with the oldest nhl franchise to never have won the stanley cup. A single time having joined the league in one thousand nine hundred seventy now. They've been to the stanley cup. Final twice before two thousand and eleven. They lost the dynastic new york islanders in one thousand nine hundred eighty two and they lost the new york rangers in one thousand nine hundred four series that you may remember for mark messier guaranteed victory and they in game seven in madison square garden. Have sort of been one of those teams that contends and fits and spurts. They're not consistent winner like your dynastic teams of the nineteen nineties colorado and new jersey and there have been kissed consistently dominating but they've definitely had good teams and sometimes great teams that contended for the stanley cup. So it's a team that wants better for itself but hasn't had better in quite a while. Until i suppose the two thousand ten two thousand eleven season or so. They hoped what happens there. It all kind of came together for them that season there was a certain team of destiny thing happening with the canucks finished with one hundred seventeen points in the standings to win the presidents trophy for the first time in history. That's the award that goes to the nhl team with the best regular season record. This was a great team. I mean they scored more goals than any team in the league and gave up the fewest. The first team that do that and more than thirty years since the nineteen seventy eight montreal. They had an all star goalie. Roberto longo star players daniel and henrik sitting between the circle. They were also kind of notorious in the nhl for their extracurricular activities on the ice from players like hasler. Alex barros. And max slop air. There were team that you'd love to respect ch- for all of their prowess on the ice kind of hate it a little bit because of the things they did that were to fairus so this is a dominant team. A notorious team loved and hated team. Where does that leave their fans. Well it's one of those deals where it's like You know when you have goon right and it's like you hate the goonies on another team. But he's when he's your goon. You'll love them. They love this chief. They loved van beloved team to the people of vancouver and keep them by. This is a hockey mad city. There one year removed from posting the winter olympics olympics where canada won the gold medal at hockey and overtime against the united states. My therapist and i've worked very hard to forget that game ever happened. And who was the goalie for that team. It was roberta. Lago the conducts netminder that led them to the stanley cup. Final that season. So you know this was a team. That was stanley. Cup starved had been building for decades now That they wanted the conduct of breakthrough. Win the cup. It was also building up through the decades. That canada wanted a team to bring the cup back home. Bright home with air quotes here. The last team to win montreal in one thousand nine hundred ninety three every team had one since then was us based and so you had an entire nation hoping that the connects could maybe breakthrough in a cup and obviously the entire city hoping they could break through to win a to go by the way having spent some time in vancouver during those olympics. Beautiful place i loved freak greg. I love vancouver so much. My god gorgeous parks. You got the mountains water. Beautiful people beautiful food all yes. It's great and they're big giant park. Their equivalent of central park is stanley park. Which is the same stanley. That is you know. Lord stanley the guy whose name is responsible for the stanley cup. Yeah that's a little too on the nose when you haven't won one you know he's So the kid. They steamroll through that season in twenty eleven greg and the city. They are ready physically. Psychologically to bring that cub home to canada for the first time in like twenty years. Ed they win their first three series of the playoffs. They may get to the final and waiting for them. There or the boston bruins. How does this all important series begin. How does it go. So it's a fascinating series. I've been covering stanley cup finals for the last two decades. And this is the favourite. One i've ever covered. It's the most memorable one Every single game offered a new storyline including the overarching storyline of that series. Which is you had vancouver team. That honestly had a lot of support coming into the series. And you had this boston bruins team which were known as the big bed. Bruins and a lot of people didn't like them mainly because they were from boston. I've spoken to several boston players that were on that team and they all said the same thing that they could feel it inside their dressing room. The kind of he'll face turn that was happening between these teams where now all of a sudden when going up against his vancouver team that's known for their nefarious rule-breaking on the ice boston becomes kind of like the heroic blue-collar team looking to prevent the bad guys for winning the cup. Stacey so what kind of nefarious bad guy stuff does vancouver dude earn. That reputation was a great example in game one. Alex barros of the vancouver canucks actually bit. The finger of boston bruins center. Patrice berge pearls. Here he clearly bites the finger portrays a. You cannot do that right. Spoke to mark rookie of the bruins about that incident. And he said yeah he bit right through the glove you could see the marks of spur routes finger through love them. Yes by the way you know. Hockey gloves dusting. It's absolutely disgusting. It's actually funny later on the series. Boston forward milan. Lucia actually offered his bare hand as a snack burrows to kind of mock the incident game one figures it is an ongoing.

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"alex barros" Discussed on MotoWeek - MotoGP, Motorcycle and Racing News

MotoWeek - MotoGP, Motorcycle and Racing News

06:39 min | 1 year ago

"alex barros" Discussed on MotoWeek - MotoGP, Motorcycle and Racing News

"Even though the original bikes were you know. Burnt to a crisp. Although only danny dead. Because lorenzo was banged up in that wreck on but then we get back on the grid ready to go. The tracks cleaned up. The track workers by the way did a phenomenal job getting that track back in shape as quickly as they did. Then maverick vignolle is after. He finally finally had a good start to a modo. Gp race for like the third time in the past two years right. He comes back and race to and stalls his bike on the grid for the warm up lap and as a result had to start from pit lane. I mean again. The wildest stuff happens at the rebel ring a but once things did finally get going well got a proper race especially at the beginning of this one. The coty slugging it out. In the opening laps with jack miller. Or hey martine and johann zarco along with the impressively strong suzuki of joel mirror and that new ride height device all running nose to tail dicing a little bit and at that point. It looked like we might be in store for another fantastic shootout. That was going to go right down to the final corner. It didn't work out that way. And despite all of the experienced drivers around him in that battle ultimately was whore martine that took the advantage passing miller for the top spot. Pretty early on then. He proceeded the just throw down and incredible string of laps. All in the one twenty fours edging out a tenth year and attempt their against joanne mir before simply putting things away in the final four to five laps or so. He was so consistent down the stretch in this race while mir just made a couple of mistakes here and there is tried everything he could to keep up with the straight line speed of that two cardi. And i'll tell you what a huge huge moment for. Hey martine and for pre mcrae sing after jorges showed us a flash of his potential and low sale getting on the podium and then he immediately got hurt afterwards. He was struggling to get healthy going into the break when he came back. He was definitely not himself. He had to retire and asks him because the pain was just too great to make it the rest of the way then. Of course last year he had to sit out for covert and he was slow coming back from that as well very likely cost him a shot at the motor to championship and not to mention having historian. Gp win taken away. Motoo with the track limits violation one year ago where he crossed the line first but he had gone into the green paint so we ended up finishing second to come back from all of that especially this stuff this year and look so strong you know before the season started. I was very confident coming into the year. That or hey. Martine was going to be good and he's already looking like a veteran out there and exceeding expectations. And you know last year. When do coty made the announcement that they had signed martine he was going to ride a premed to kathi in twenty twenty one. I sat on the show. I had no clue. No clue at the time why katie. I'm was willing to let him walk away when very easily could have put him on a tech three bike and kept him in house while they're learning. How big of a mistake. That was already learned their lesson. And that's why raul fernandez is coming to tech three next year but this definitely puts an exclamation point on the end of that lesson because martine could have been putting in that performance for ktm right now instead of for cadi. He had a fantastic race and trust me. He is the real deal what we saw the podium in los sale and the poll in that race to the pole. And the win this weekend. It is not a mirage. He is legitimately that talented and legitimately that fast. And don't forget. This is also the first premier class victory for prey as well after nearly two decades of trying and getting so close especially the past few seasons with jack miller and john zarco a not to mention guys in the past like alex barros antonio leah's and andre who tried before just a great moment for them and m representative to of just how competitive things are right now on the motor. Gp grid yes. A do khadi does go out there and handily win the race. But it's not a factory to kati at all. It's one of the satellite riders. Now joanne mir tried everything he could in this race and full credit goes not justice zouqi for finally getting that ride height device. Ready to go and on the bike for the second half but also the mirror for taking full advantage qualifying in the second row which was their biggest weakness this season and last season for that matter to and then showing us what he's capable of when he does qualify on the front two rows hanging martines rear tire at a very do khadi track right up until the final few laughs most importantly for though he finished ahead of fabio quattro now. He didn't gain very many points as a result. But it's a start and anything is a step in the right direction and yes. He didn't win this race. But i would say that the boost that they're going to get from the success of this rewrite device is going to propel mir's confidence well into the second half of the season to make him feel like he can genuinely compete with anybody else on the grid right now. And that's probably the biggest takeaway for him and suzuki from this day of racing. Then for fabio sharara. He was the only one of my picks for this race. That was actually spot on a fabio into this one looking to kinda limit the damage and it honestly couldn't have worked out much better for him. I mean if fabio could pick one do kadi writer. Go out there and win this race. He would have picked who are hey martine. I mean he's the only rider in that takata roster that doesn't hurt fabio by going out there and winning. While joanne mir dig gain a couple of points it was just a couple and mir was over. Fifty points out to begin with so again not allowed to damage. Done you combine that. With the fact that johann zarco was treated very rudely on the final lap and it was a great great day for fabio. coiro he not only preserves his championship lead. He increased it and he showed us all that he still as fast as he was in the first half and he's the undisputed championship favorite right now. He just needs to get through next weekend and he's gonna be looking pretty good heading into the final part of the season now. Let's talk about brad bender and we talked a little bit about brad on the pre-race show..

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"alex barros" Discussed on ESPN Daily

ESPN Daily

07:12 min | 1 year ago

"alex barros" Discussed on ESPN Daily

"The less. I'm pablo torre. It's tuesday june fifteenth. This is espn daily. So you're here to tell us the story of one of the strangest most memorable most iconic photographs that i can remember in sports and otherwise ed it was taken exactly ten years ago today after game. Seven of the stanley cup final in vancouver canada and to understand this thing and all the elements within it. I i need to start with just the city of vancouver and this team the canucks. How would you describe the legacy that this franchise has in the nhl fad. Use one word to be frustrating along with the buffalo sabres with the oldest nhl franchise to never have won the stanley cup. A single time having joined the league in nineteen seventy now. They've been to the stanley cup. Final twice before two thousand and eleven. They lost the dynastic new york islanders in nineteen eighty two and they lost the new york rangers in one thousand nine hundred four series that you may remember for mark messier guaranteed victory and they lost in game seven in madison square garden. Have been one of those teams that contends in fits and spurts so not consistent winner like your dynastic teams with one thousand nine hundred colorado and new jersey and they've never been consistently dominating but they've definitely had good teams and sometimes great teams that contended for the stanley cup. So it's a team that wants better for itself but hasn't had better in quite a while. Until i suppose the two thousand ten two thousand eleven season or so. They hoped what happens there. It all kind of came together for them that season there was a certain team of destiny thing happening with the canucks finished with one hundred and seventeen points in the standings to win the presidents trophy for the first time in history. That's the award that goes to the nhl team with the best regular season record. This was a great team. I mean they scored more goals than any team in the league and gave up the fewest. The i team that do that in more than thirty years. Since the nineteen seventy eight montreal canadian hats they had an all star goalie and roberta long had star off the players. Daniel and henrik dean quit. They were also kind of notorious in the nhl for their extracurricular activities on the ice from players. Kessler alex barros. And mac slop air. There were a team that you'd love to respect for all of their prowess on the ice. T mc kind of hate it a little bit because of the things they did that were to various so this is adopted team. A notorious team a loved and hated heeb. Where does that leave their fans. Well it's one of those deals where it's like When you have goon right and it's like you hate the goon when he's on another team but he's when he's your goon. You'll love them. They love this team. They loving the beloved team to the people of vancouver and keep them by this hockey mad city. That one year removed from posting the winter olympics olympics for canada won the gold medal hockey in overtime against the united states. My therapist and i've worked very hard to forget that game for happened. And who was the goalie for that team. It was roberto. Longo that conducts netminder that led them to the stanley cup. Final that season so this was a team. That stanley cup starved building up for decades. Now that they wanted the next breakthrough win the cup. It was also building up through the decades. That canada wanted to team to bring the cup back home. Right home with air quotes here. The last team to win was montreal. In nineteen ninety-three every team had one since then was us based. And so you had an entire nation hoping that connects could maybe break through to win a cup and obviously the entire city hoping they could break through to win the cup to by the way having spent some time in vancouver during those olympics. Beautiful place i love greg. I love vancouver so much. My god gorgeous parks. You got the mountains water. Beautiful beautiful food. Yes all of all. It's great and they're big giant park. Their central park is stanley park. Which is the same stanley. That is you know. Lord stanley the guy whose name is responsible for the stanley cup. Yeah that's a little too on the nose when you haven't one one so they steamroll through that season in two thousand eleven. Greg and the city are ready physically. Psychologically to bring home to candidate for the first time in twenty years ed. They win their first three series of the playoffs. They may get to the final and waiting for them there or the boston bruins. So how does this all important series begin. How does it go. So it's a fascinating series. I've been covering stanley cup finals for the last two decades. This is the favourite one. I've ever covered. It's the most memorable one. Every single game offered a new storyline including the overarching storyline of that series. Which is you had this vancouver team. That honestly had a lot of support into the series. And you had this boston bruins team which were known as the big bad bruins and a lot of people didn't like them mainly because they were from boston. I've spoken to several boston players that were on that team and they all said the same thing that they could feel it inside their dressing room. The kind of he'll face turned that was happening between these teams where now all of a sudden when they're going up against his vancouver team that's known for their nefarious rule-breaking on the ice boston becomes kind of like the heroic blue-collar team looking to prevent the bad guys winning the cup where sese so what kind of nefarious a bad guy stuff does vancouver to earn that reputation. Who is a great example in game one. Alex barros of the vancouver canucks actually bit. The finger of boston. Bruins center patrice bergeron. Watch pearls here. He clearly bites the finger up. Patrice bergeret you cannot do that right. Spoke to mark rookie of the bruins about that incident. And he said yeah he bit right through the glove. You could see the marks for shots finger through them. Yes by the way if you know hockey gloves dusting. It's absolutely disgusting. It's actually funny. Later on in the series boston for milan gucci actually offered his bare hand as a snack. Boroughs to kind of mock. The incident game one fingers deferrals ongoing.

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"alex barros" Discussed on The NFL Show

The NFL Show

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"alex barros" Discussed on The NFL Show

"Don't know. I mean it just. It's impossible to say accept. Everything would have been different. There are so many things that would have been different. It's actually hard to nail down. What specifically would have been different. Can i give you my hottest retroactive. Take just because we're kind of talking about it right now okay. So that's another category coming. So the category is and we're doing right now. Hottest retroactive take francis from bill. Simmons not years ago one. You wish you had at the moment. here's the take. I wish i had in the moment. This will eventually destroy the new england patriots as we know where they want a super bowl after this yes totally made another super bowl and then they won a super bowl name berth. Yes absolutely always it. However i do. I do point to this game as a really really important moments in the timeline of kind of like brady really needing to go somewhere else in really wanting to go somewhere else in orchestrating his way out and obviously it took a long time in part because he had to do it by getting to free agency but also because they were so good and they went back to super bowls and they won another one. But i do think that this and a lot of this is coming from South africa shams reporting but in particular. He had that piece. You know about a year later year after this game about all the figures that were developing new england and a lot of it started right after this game. Because that's when brady i think you know. Sometimes i think people think it's a binary between was brady this guy who would take criticism and bell. Jack could you know. Mfm watching film and tell him that the quarterback and foxborough high could make better throws than he could and brady took less money and was just totally about team. I never ju- attention to himself or anything or it's like he's completely not that guy when i think in reality he did a lot of that stuff for a long time. And then after a certain point i think and pretty understandably so he started feeling like you know what i do deserve to be treated a little bit differently than everybody else. Maybe i've done a little bit more than some other players on the team. Some other people in this organization. Maybe it's not the most ridiculous thing in the world to acknowledge that a little bit. It was the fall after the super bowl that his book came out. And then he started. You know there started to be more Tension between out guerrero and the team. The following fall was when guerrero got banned from the sidelines and had to travel on his own and everything. Alex guerrero's officially back varies assery on the sidelines and tampa bay. Exp- he is welcome. I'm sure he's on the plane. I'm sure it's all by the way. Alex barros Banning from team travel was not terribly bad. I think he used to get hooked up with if there was an aston martin dealership in whatever city. They were traveling to ending tom. Brady's deal with them Helped alex grow. Get a loaner car once or twice. I'm sure his accommodations were perfectly comfortable. I think he was fine. But i don't remember back in tampa. What do you you like. He would go to like buffalo for a weekend and get an aston martin. Yeah yes so how it used to be was that like. He could travel at the patriots. Who is he used to have an office way. Too much work to have a to have asked martin for like two days. What are we doing here. Well that i can't answer. All i can say is sometimes it would be like okay. The patriots would be staying at some local marriott. And then alex grow would pull up in an aston martin and it was like. I'm sure you're staying in a much nicer hotel. This and i'm sure your your travel or entrance fide. One time i was gone the senior bowl i landed really late at night in atlanta airport and they gave me like a really really nice corvette and i didn't understand how to drive it and It was just a very complicated car and then as soon as they got on the highway got stopped and i was like oh man i must have been going too fast and i pulled over georgia. Pd and they were like you know you're going like twenty five miles per hour on the highway like.

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"alex barros" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"alex barros" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"I went to pick back up on a topic we tackled in part with Alex Barros. Oh, Microbiologist, USA Today columnist lived earlier in the program. And that is the adverse reactions to the cove in vaccines. ABC News reporting fact, Chuck Here we are with our fact checkers. And yes, I know what you're thinking, who checks the fact checkers. That's the appropriate question. No link between cover 19 vaccines and those who die after receiving them, And I'm not saying that's erroneous. I'm just saying these sorts of declarations leave me asking more questions or wanting more information as opposed to less Also, too. It's interesting to note here. The reporting on the fact checking, scientists warn isolated cases of adverse reactions, while tragic, do not mean the vaccines are to blame. True. This little contextual nugget on average of 8000 people die each day in the United States. Some of them may have just received a corona virus vaccine. We have to be very careful about cause al Itty said. Dr John Brown seen an epidemiologist at Boston Children's Hospital. They're going to be Spiritus relationships, especially as the vaccine is targeting elderly or those with chronic conditions just because these events happened in proximity to the vaccine. Does not mean the vaccine caused these events. Well, golly gee, isn't that interesting? Dr. Bronstein? Could you say the same thing about covert infection? We have to be very careful about causality there going to be spirits relationships, especially as the Infection is targeting the targeting elderly or those with chronic conditions. Just because these events happen in proximity, the infection and the death does not mean that the infection caused these events. Could you substitute infection for vaccine and make the same argument? Has any were the same people making the same arrogant about covert over the last year of no where they provided the same context of when you talk about case fatality rates, or just giving the wrong numbers of people who had died and were tagged as having died from Cove it and using anecdotal stories and context, free data points to engender fear for the purpose of advancing control. We have to be very careful about causality. Wow. And I'm not saying that this Bronstein guy was a problem. I don't It's the first I've read any of his pronouncements. But I'm just saying, generally speaking, how much flim flam Marie, have we heard from those cloaked in credentials as public health officials, medical doctors, not to mention, of course, when it gets translated by these dum dums. Sit on cable news channel desks and so forth. So you'll note the difference in how we tackle it on this show, as we did with Alex Barros. Oh, we can understand what the most likely outcome is not the worst case scenario and have that informed the way that we conduct our lives frustrating year. S O. This compilation of some of the Posts on social media, people just sharing their stories and again. This is not verified and I'm not trafficking in Definitive statements about what caused what But their questions are being raised when people have questions if they don't get answers that addressed their questions than You know they're likely to cling to This information or they're likely to go to form a misunderstanding. Mean so for and you know this. This is being talked about. So you need to talk about you need to address it, including with people are experts. That's his right hand. Alex Barros on the show. I'm not one, but I'm Have enough common sense to have conversations about this. So, for example, one person tweeted I work for a health service at work yesterday. Had four severe vaccine reactions to of these had serious chest pains and dizziness and other flu symptoms. Can't leave the bad one numbness and tingling and stroke symptoms. Three of the four were sent to the hospital. Oddly enough, none had Cove in 19 issues. This was all issues from the vaccine. And again, there's been talk about you get sore arm or you get a headache. You get some dizziness but unbalanced. That's the worst that's going to be for most people, and so it's worth the protection, particularly if you're older and have real susceptibility to serious illness from infection. It's what I'm talking about. It doesn't have to be mindless, happy talking. It doesn't have to be fatalism. It has to be, you know, informed consideration. Another. Person tweeted out. I received my first visor vaccination on the 23rd of December and the third of January was the start of my symptoms. Ear ache, headache, some facial numbness. On the Fourth of January, I was diagnosed Bell's palsy. Now on day nine of steroids now, just waiting, not just a waiting game on full recovery, okay? There have been reports that Larry King, including from his his son. Got the covert vaccine Charlie before he died. Does that make it causal? No, of course not. But it just raises the issue. Somebody else. I went to work today and ended up in the air. Thank God I work in a hospital. I'm positive this up SOS from the cove in 19 vaccine. My heartbeat was 2 39. I haven't felt right since I got the injection on Tuesday and a headache ever since I'm not getting the second shot. This was my experience that with the vaccine, I felt I should share it now you know again. Is the person disclosing underlying conditions. That perhaps exacerbated his reaction to the vaccine as we talked a little bit with Paris out. I mean, this isn't this is meant to say, Let's take the mysticism out of it..

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"alex barros" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"alex barros" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Welcome back to the show. I went to pick back up on a topic we tackled in part with Alex Barros out. Microbiologist USA Today columnist lived earlier in the program. And that is the adverse reactions to the covert vaccines. ABC News Reporting fact, Chuck Here we are with our fact checkers. And yes, I know what you're thinking, who checks the fact checkers. That's the appropriate question. No link between covered 19 vaccines and those who die after receiving them, And I'm not saying that's erroneous. I'm just saying these sorts of declarations leave me asking more questions or wanting more information as opposed to less Also, too. It's interesting to note here. The reporting on the fact checking scientists weren't isolated cases of adverse reactions, while tragic do not mean the vaccines are to blame. True. This little contextual nugget on average of 8000 people die each day in the United States, some of them may have just received a corona virus vaccine. We have to be very careful about cause aladi, said Dr John Bronstein and epidemiologists at Boston Children's Hospital. They're going to be Spiritus relationships, especially as the vaccine is targeting elderly or those with chronic conditions just because these events happened in proximity to the vaccine. Does not mean the vaccine caused these events. Well, golly gee, isn't that interesting? Dr. Bronstein? Could you say the same thing about covert infection? We have to be very careful about causality there going to be spirits relationships, especially as the Infection is targeting the targeting elderly or those with chronic conditions. Just because these events happen in proximity, the infection and the death does not mean that the infection caused these events. Could you substitute infection for vaccine and make the same argument has any were the same people making the same argument about covert over the last year of no where they provided the same context of When you talk about case fatality rates, or just giving the wrong numbers of people who had died and were tagged as having died from Cove it and using anecdotal stories and context, free data points to engender fear for the purpose of advancing control. We have to be very careful about causality. Wow. I'm not saying that this Bronstein guy was a problem. I don't It's the first I've read of any of his pronouncements. But I'm just saying, generally speaking, how much flim flam Marie, have we heard from those cloaked in credentials as public health officials, medical doctors, not to mention, of course, when it gets translated by these dum dums. Sit on cable news channel desks and so forth, So you'll note the difference in how we tackle it on this show, as we did with Alex Barros out, we can understand what the most likely outcome is not the worst case scenario and have that informed the way that we conduct our lives, frustrating year. S O. This compilation of some of the Posts on social media, people just sharing their stories and again. This is not verified and I'm not trafficking in Definitive statements about what caused what But their questions are being raised when people have questions if they don't get answers that addressed their questions, then You know they're likely to cling to This information or they're likely toe to form a misunderstanding. Mean so for and you know this. This is being talked about. So you need to talk about you need to address it, including with people are experts. It's his right hand. Alex barriers on the show. I'm not one but I'm Have enough common sense to have conversations about this. So, for example, one person tweeted Worked for Health service at work yesterday. Had four severe vaccine reactions to of these had serious chest pains of dizziness and other flu symptoms. They can't leave the bad one numbness and tingling and stroke symptoms. Three of the four were sent to the hospital. Oddly enough, none had Cove in 19 issues. This was all issues from the vaccine. And again, there's been talk about you get sore arm or you get a headache. You get some dizziness but unbalanced. That's the worst that's going to be for most people, and so it's worth the protection, particularly if you're older and have real susceptibility to serious illness from infection. It's what I'm talking about. It doesn't have to be mindless, happy talking. It doesn't have to be fatalism. It has to be, you know, informed consideration. Another. Person tweeted out. I received my first visor vaccination on the 23rd of December and the third of January was the start of my symptoms were a headache, some facial numbness. On the Fourth of January, I was diagnosed with Bell's palsy. Now on day nine of steroids now, just waiting, not just a waiting game on full recovery, okay? There have been reports that Larry King, including from his his son. Got the covert vaccine Charlie before he died. Does that make it causal? No, of course not. But it just raises the issue. Somebody else. I went to work today and ended up in the air. Thank God I work in a hospital. I'm positive this episodes from the cove in 19 vaccine. My heartbeat was 2 39. I haven't felt right since I got the injection on Tuesday and a headache ever since I'm not getting the second shot. This was my experience it with the vaccine. I felt I should share it now you know again. Is the person disclosing underlying conditions. That perhaps exacerbated his reaction to the vaccine as we talked a little bit with Paris out. I mean, this isn't this is meant to say, Let's take the mysticism out of it. Let's not ignore what people are saying. Let's try and address it head on, because otherwise you get this about the vaccine. Like we got with infection. This op ed in The New York Times. From Courtney's softness..

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Jay Beagle talks about being first player in history to win Kelly Cup, Calder Cup and Stanley Cup

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Jay Beagle talks about being first player in history to win Kelly Cup, Calder Cup and Stanley Cup

"Feed. With a new career? Goals. See the season pitching. Jani beg scarred. Across there. With more. Seconds. Are you kidding? May actually have the man himself. Jay beagle. The newest member of the Vancouver Canucks. Joining us right now fresh off signing a four year contract. With Parker straddling cutting off the left Vigo Deeks. Assure for TV. I is and Vancouver counseling. Friedman. There's only one player in the history of the game was won the Kelly was on the caller and the Stanley. Is our guest Jean Vigo Juno that might away not for you wear. This was not aware that until until you went last year, Washington capital. That's exactly it. And they said I think game three of the of the finals, and it was something that I never even thought of it. So it's pretty cool. That is great to be answer of good trivia question. A useless. That one is a good answer. And it's a piece of history and first of all welcome the podcast. Thanks so much for having me. It is unique piece of history. And you know, we're seeing more and more Alex Barros real touchstone for this as well. The other players have done it once upon a time, the H L was okay. I'm just gonna put off growing up for a few more years and play hockey and pick up a couple of bucks. But now, more and more. We're seeing players starting at the level up the American League and into the NHL more consistently. I know you're only there briefly. But was your e c h l experience like there was awesome. You know, it really was you know, went to Boise. And I thought it was the NHL really I treated it that way I always have every every league I've gone into. It's my NHL. It's the highest that I've ever played I was playing professional hockey, and obviously a blessing to be there. I was so excited and and didn't take one day for granted. I just remember getting there and seeing that first game as I write I think. Arrived at like six o'clock that night, and we played it seven and I didn't play that game. And I think there's a bench clearing brawl and. It was just an insane game to watch against a rival. It was just really cool to be there. And then to get you know to get in to have that experience in a winner Kelly Cup with them experience. All never forget. And and it's a huge, you know, stepping stone for why I got to play in the NHL. There's probably a ton of Z H L players. Now who watched you win the Stanley Cup last year and became aware of that stat that are sitting there and saying I can do that. Like, I'm going to be that guy. That's my dream. And I'm curious when you were on that path where most of your family and friends supportive of you. Or was there anybody who said Jay, you know, maybe it's time to find something else to do. Yeah. I know they've always been supportive. Yeah. It was always supportive always positive. You know, I never was drafted in any league. So it was one of those things where I just kept playing because I love to play. I really did. I just I love the play hockey. And where was the next place I could play so from college. I I got the opportunity to go to Boise, and it was. It was something that you know, everyone was real positive excited for me. They they, you know, I never looked too far in the future. I always was just, you know, living in the moment. And so no one was ever. Okay. It's not gonna work out for you. You're not that good. So yeah, no, it was always very experienced morbid curiosity because people have asked me if if you hadn't made in media, what would you do? And I always answer. I'd be a lawyer. And I'd be miserable. If you hadn't if you hadn't made in hockey. What would you be doing electronic? Yeah. One of my best friend's father was an electrical. Yeah. Yeah.

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