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"andrew cogliano" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:21 min | 6 d ago

"andrew cogliano" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Tyler Johnson has had a couple of opportunities over the past couple of games. We'll get into that in a little bit. Let's quickly take a quick break for station identification. The Blackhawks wildcats in the NFL play here on a.m. 7 20 on smart speakers say play WGN Chicago. Two shots on goal for Tyler Johnson tonight he had to takeaways as well yet a couple of prime opportunities against the Arizona coyotes a few nights ago, just barely missing on a few of those. That is why we went with him picking up just at least one point in tonight's game for our FanDuel sportsbook picks on the pregame show. We did go two for three tonight. We went with the under a 5 and a half goals for a payout of plus one 12. We also went with a JT comfort point for a payout of minus one 64 con for the Illinois native. He has been successful in his career against the Blackhawks. He was again tonight picking up a primary cyst on mikko ranton in school that made it three zero Colorado, but the under it was something I was looking at because even though the hawks going one and one to begin this road trip with a win against Nashville and the loss against Arizona, the only tallied four goals total in those first two games and with how hot Colorado was coming into this game, you figure, okay, the hawks can bring that hardworking effort that they've done so much this year, but it's still another animal with the avalanche and especially taking on the avalanche on the road. Now, Colorado almost made things very messy, almost single handedly going over the under on their own, but keeping it a 5 nothing lost tonight able to cash out at plus one 12. The Tyler Johnson point will just keep chipping away for number 90. A few other statistics I wanted to point out in favor of the hawks in tonight's game, leading in shots on goal for the hawks, Taylor radish, Connor Murphy, and juju all with three shots on goal, at least it is good to see that shoot first mentality coming from guys like Cara radish and Connor Murphy for that matter as well. No shots on goal for Seth Jones. So not continuing his play in the offense that we've seen him do so much. But I don't think that's anything to really dissect Colorado just owning most of the momentum offensively and I also think if Seth Jones is pitching in offensively, that means that he's taking care of his defensive game first and then the offensive game is just kind of coming with that. And we've seen him succeed in both aspects of that game earlier this year. Just not quite tonight. Three hits for Conor Murphy tonight though. Once again, he's showing his physicality tonight and juju our care of 53% from the face off circle, Philip kurashev 55% from the faceoff circle. I think those are two both very important statistics because those are two guys moving over to the center position as of late with all the roster turnover and injuries that the locks have been dealing with, and they were talking about on the TV broadcast, Chris fosters and Troy Murray, mentioning how the Blackhawks coaching staff had even asked a rather encourage fill of course you have to get a little bit more vocal from the face off dot just to kind of earn him some credibility at that position because they were kind of hinting at the fact that sometimes you'll get waved on out of there, but that doesn't quite often happen with more veteran type players, so Philip kirsch, with an opportunity to make sure that his voice is heard and provide that a little bit more. So 55% tonight, good to see that. Hopefully that continues. Same thing with juju Kara, adjacent Dickinson was up there earlier in the game, but he finished tonight with 38%, so hopefully more progress from him as well. We're going to go ahead and give our player with the most heart to Mike Hardman and our player with the most hard is sponsored by northwestern medicine with teams that take on the toughest cases at over 200 locations. What a game for Mike Hardman. He had four block shots in this game. Let's see, there are only crediting him with three. One of the most recent ones or the latest one came the third period just rocked him in one of the feet. And he was basically crawling over to the bench, didn't go into the locker room, stayed out in the bench showed his physicality, but then also got hit by Andrew cogliano late in the game. He was defended well by buddy Robinson and Mackenzie and whistle we can get into that a little bit more later. But man, what a night for Mike Hardman. Hopefully he's okay just a little bit banged up. Obviously the hawks have been dealing with roster turnover, but they've also been dealing with some injury absences as well. We did get a bit of an update from Luke Richardson on that earlier in the post or in the pregame show I should say that he's hopeful for Peter razek and Reese Johnson to return in the Washington game. So hopefully we can see those guys towards the end of this road trip before it's all said and done. We've got more to get to. We're going to hear from the head coach Luke Richardson and we're going to hear how it sounded from the ball arena tonight as well. We'll also hear from you three one two 9 8 one 7200 send us your calls sent us your text. I would love to hear from you taking the postgame show up to 1130 tonight. You're listening to the Blackhawks postgame show on 7 20, WGN

"andrew cogliano" Discussed on Schlereth and Evans

Schlereth and Evans

03:54 min | Last month

"andrew cogliano" Discussed on Schlereth and Evans

"Okay, let's start with the top stories and D Mac just dropped a column. He's a columnist too. Yeah. We're not bloggers. He writes that last night's shootout loss to Tampa. Shows what the avalanche are missing. Before I tell you what he thinks it is, do you have a theory? What they are missing. Depth. Okay. But even with the lack of depth, they were right there last week, midway through the hockey game. Sure. Against Tampa. There's a one nothing game, but they were out chanting Tampa to that point. They couldn't keep stay in the game. The rest of the way couldn't capitalize on their chances. Yesterday they had a two zero lead midway through the hockey game. D max says they just lack the killer instinct. They've lost the killer instinct. They're losing games that they would have won a year ago. So we're in the killer instinct just left like they just all of a sudden. Like you've lost that love and feelings like hall and Oates. Well, you've lost that killer instinct. He makes you make the point that he makes is that it's not like they're not trying, of course they're trying, but you would acknowledge as somebody that all you did was win super bowls. That, of course, everybody was always trying, but the special teams have that knack for once they get a team down. To put them away. That there's a certain that they have to put a team away. And the avalanche, how did that how many times this year have we said that's a game they would have won last year? Okay, let me ask you this. And they have it this year. So what is it? Is it all injuries? You'd like mentally, you've gotten weak and you've lost your killer instinct or you lost players. That incredible moments could put the puck in the net, like cadre, like Lana Scott. Like some of your injured players. Okay, but you are good enough to get to the point where you let up or let the other team back in, you've been good enough to get to that point, so why aren't you good enough to finish? And there isn't, isn't there something about playing in critical moments, the Patrick Mahomes of the world they play their best, hey, fourth quarter. Let's hang 17 on their butts should have been 21. You know what? Same thing happened in the Super Bowl they played and they won against San Francisco. They were down 2010. All of a sudden it's a 31 ten blowout with 6 minutes left in the fourth quarter. There are some guys that just have the ability to shine in the most critical moments. Well, that's how a killer is. Okay, then tell me what these people have in common parties. Got it. Tell me what Nathan McKinnon, mikko rantanen, valerian to choose skin, arturi lichenin, JT conver, Andrew cogliano, Alex newhook, Logan O'Connor, Bo byrum. Sammy Gerard, devonte. What do they all have in common? Molly want a Stanley Cup one. They were on last year's team and they all played last night. They were all out there on the ice last night. So I get what you're saying. The injuries, but I just gave you a rod and not play in the plug. Okay, fine, but you get what I'm saying. I gave you a long list of players that were showing that killer instinct a year ago. It's not like the coverage bear, it's not as full as it was, but it's not like it's fair. May I ask you this? How many of those guys scored critical goals in critical moments? Last year?

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"andrew cogliano" Discussed on Schlereth and Evans

Schlereth and Evans

07:02 min | 2 months ago

"andrew cogliano" Discussed on Schlereth and Evans

"The endorsement he got yesterday, all that coming up next. It's time for your morning brew, grab a cup of Joe and get caught up on everything you need to know. Your schlereth and Evans. How does a coach feel after the team, the nuggets schedule a loss by sitting four starters in a back to back in Milwaukee, including Nikola Jokić and Jamal Murray? Well, here's what Michael Malone had to say about it. This was a game where second out of a back to back a lot of guys are out. You're going to find out about your team. You know, what's the makeup of our group? Are we going to go out there and say, well, no Jamal, no contagious call will Pope no Michael known Nicole. You know, let's just go out here and mess around and that was our challenge going in. No, this is another opportunity for us to establish our identity who we are. The goal was to give their key players a night off. It was a load management night. And unfortunately, fortunately, however you want to look at it, load management has now come to the Denver Nuggets, and they are going to do what so many other teams do that we have criticized and mocked and no longer can do it anymore without looking like hypocrites. No, God, please no. Is there something that you can positively take out of? Well, let me what they did last night. Would you say the spread was 8 and a half? It got up to ten by the time the game tipped off. So they covered the spread that's a moral victory. They lost by 8. All right, all right, all right. So it's a big win. Nuggets win. As a team though. Don't get anything out of it. Well, sure. I mean, your backups get to play, your backups get to go against their starters, how you compete. How do you develop? Are you ready? Does it make you a stronger team in the long run when you get into the playoffs and you have to count on somebody even though you're even though your bench is shortened at that time? They get there is some merit to earning, you know, and the only really get better by playing. Yeah, I mean, you can practice you can do all that stuff, but when you actually play in the games against better competition against their starters, not just their backups, that's how you develop. So there is that part has there is some merit to what Michael Malone is saying. Next on the morning group. Nieto gets around Brody. Here's the Ellen. Sharks. Radio. The avalanche making a trade trade alert. As they bring back a former player, Matt Nieto, who spent the better part of four seasons here with the abs before going off to San Jose the last three years, the avalanche acquire him yesterday and I love these kind of moves. These are the kind of just solid bottom 6 type forwards, the Darren helm, Andrew cogliano types that we know, maybe during the course of the regular season, their value doesn't necessarily shine through, but in the playoffs where every little thing matters, guys like Nieto, they'll make a play for you that'll help when you apply off games. What would they give up for him? They gave up a former first round pick of theirs in Martin couch. As well as let me give you, you want all the specifics of the I mean, I don't know anybody there. They gave up on board Martin Cote and defenseman Jacob McDonald. They also picked up a defensive prospect in Ryan merkley. But the centerpiece of the deal is they gave up Michael McDonald. Jacob McConnell, I keep forgetting not in love and you don't want to leave that guy. He's a locker room hit. He keeps thinking. He's a glue guy. He's a glue guy. Go ahead, sing that one song you're saying back in the day. When you went solo after you after your after Adobe's after the duties go, go, keep forgetting, so go. Abs hosting the Anaheim mighty ducks tonight. Next on the morning brew, Jerry rossberg is out. The Broncos electing not to pick up Jerry Rosberg's contract, jare bear is on the way out, but could he return? Would you like to see him return? Is there a place should there be a place for Jerry Rosberg? I mean, sure, if he fits, does he want to coach special teams? Does he want to be your assistant head coach like he was in Baltimore for all those years? Is this the head coach slash teams coach coordinator blah blah blah? Yeah, I mean, of course there is of course there's an opportunity for that. You hear though a lot when new staff are coming over, there are some people from the holdover staff that fans were like, well, make him your special teams coach. Make him your defensive coordinator, whatever. It doesn't work that way. It shouldn't work that way. You want whoever's coming in to be completely empowered to name his entire staff. That was part of the problem with Vance Joseph, where he was so hungry to get a head coaching job that John Elway said, well, how about we keep this guy and keep that guy in one? Well, his Vance gonna say. Yeah, well, unfortunately, that's how that's how a lot of organizations do it because they don't want to be on the hook for all that cash. Not too bad. Yeah, I'm with you, man. You should have, you should have as a coach when you get. And again, this comes down to are you appointed to head coach? Are you in power to be that coach? Because ultimately, you should get to pick your staff. Now, and understand you're not going to get all the guys you want on your staff because a lot of those guys are either going to be under contract, they're not going to be allowed to leave, or they go to the other, they go to the other teams. I think one of the things you do, when you sit down in these meetings, what you're sitting down with the Broncos, and the powers that be over the Broncos, they want to know, well, who are you going to bring in as your offensive coordinator? What system are you going to run? Who are you going to bring in as your defense reporter who's going to bring in is especially if coach are you going to call the players? And you got to come up with a list of names. And oftentimes, you come in with a list of names, and by the time you get my time, this happens, one of those guys are gone. You can't get them. So yeah, you should be able to pick the guys that you want. Next on the morning brew for those of you who are rooting for the Broncos to hire D'amico ryans as their new coach, you got a heck of an endorsement yesterday from his head coach, Kyle Shanahan. I think it starts as a man. I mean, he's the ideal leader, whatever he does. He was that way when he came in to Houston as a rookie linebacker. I mean, he took over that defense right away. You could tell who was in charge when he was a 21 year old. He came in here as a quality control and within like 6 months, we moved in a linebacker coach and he's just he's always been that guy and then just watch him over these two years. What

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"andrew cogliano" Discussed on The Hockey PDOcast

The Hockey PDOcast

04:23 min | 3 months ago

"andrew cogliano" Discussed on The Hockey PDOcast

"So in 26 games so far, they've already used 33 different skaters, only 7 skaters, mikko ranton and kail makar, Logan O'Connor, Alex newhook, JT comper, Andrew cogliano and Eric Johnson, those 7 have played all their games. Everyone else is missed at least multiple games on their team. So I think any analysis of what they're doing this season needs to be centered around that, right? I think we'd all still agree that there's some concerns, especially on the second line center position. Alex newhook hasn't really stepped up and filled the void the nazim kadri left and I still think they're probably need to address that in the trade market. They have time to do so. So I'm not that worried about it and ultimately it's kind of nitpicking because if healthy when it matters, this is still the deepest and most skilled group in the NHL, that all being said, there are 30th and 5 on 5 scoring this year as a team, only the ducks and Blackhawks two teams we've mentioned so far are scoring less frequently than them. They've dipped under 50% in Shaw chair, high danger chance share, expected gold shirt and goal share. It's pretty startling to see even acknowledging all of the players that have been out of action to see them in that type of ranking. So their power play is saved in their third and power play scoring, their goaltending has been really good. Alexander George jib and Powell France, who's are I think have the fourth best team save percentage so far and they're making like 5.4 million combining against the cap. So that's been a silver lining and the power play and they are going to get healthy. They're already getting guys back, Valerie and Jews can just came back. I think Evan Rodriguez will be back shortly. So it's going to get better. We're going to have to reevaluate in a couple of weeks or a couple of months with this team clearly. But right now it's been pretty bad, especially if I went 5. Yeah, if any team, I'm not concerned about its Colorado because we know a lot of it's a product of their injuries.

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"andrew cogliano" Discussed on Schlereth and Evans

Schlereth and Evans

07:51 min | 4 months ago

"andrew cogliano" Discussed on Schlereth and Evans

"Got Orlando Franklin seen in for stink will be joining us for the second half of the show coming up at 7 30, so oh, thank you very much. You get the early, early shift. The beauty rest. He needs that beauty rest to maintain that China porcelain doll skin of his. The Broncos lose again and Russell Wilson and the offense stinks again. Yeah, I mean, I think that for all of us, we, you know, like, like you said, I've never really lost many games like this. So it's a new feeling. One, I don't like when I don't want to experience ever again. And one that we have to figure out how to do that and how to not experience this as a collective group, you know, like you said, I'm used to for us to find ways to win in all that stuff, but I think it's not about used to or anything else it's about tomorrow. And at this point, it's really, that's always the case, but really it's about tomorrow. How can I help these young guys, especially the younger Sears? Just keep rising up to the occasion. Uh oh, you get kind of a smile grimace on your face right there. No, it's always funny when I hear Russell Wilson because he tries to portray himself as this team guy in, you know, at the end, he kind of rains it in, right? It's about tomorrow. But for the first 28 seconds, he's talking about kind of what he used to do and not being used to this, and this is not what he's about. And this is not a great feeling. Football is the ultimate team sport. You're only as good as your weakest link. So it doesn't matter the success that Russell Wilson has had, you know, what's the success that Eric Thompson is at? Hasn't been a lot, and yesterday, Justin Houston was able to get in behind him and get a tackle for a loss, right? So that's why you have to rely on other people and make sure that whenever a play is called, that the person that is the worst, the weakest link that that's the best result that you're gonna get on that place. So can he execute this? I get what you're saying, but Eric Tomlinson's not making $250 million. So Wilson is, and where his head is at, what his mindset is, how he views all this. Is he gonna just throw well rehearse cliches at us? Or is he going to be real? That is what I want to hear though. That's why I need to know. Man, I got to know. And it's not about tomorrow. It's about next year. What are you going to do to be better and fix this for next year? I'm assuming you still hear next year. I think he's going to be here, Mike. That's a lot of money. There is a nuclear option that we can discuss here in just a bit. Next in four down. Second down. So Nathaniel Hackett, for those of you who wish otherwise is still employed as we speak. We got to finish. The guys know that. I mean, you can't play a great game. The whole game and not all the way down to the last second. So we just have to find a way to finish these games. I mean, they've been also close. I give so much credit to our football team for battling nonstop throughout the whole game. Everybody's trying to do everything they can to win, so I give them credit for that. Do you buy into the idea as a silver lining to all this? No. Well, let me finish. Is that save for one game? They have been in every game. And so that when you're talking about fixing this, that maybe you're not that far away from being able to fix it because you're in every game. Yeah, no, because whatever you, whatever you preach to the team, whatever you just say, whatever you do, that becomes your reality, right? So if you keep on talking about being so close, being so close, you're close football team, you want to play things close and how they call games and playing for the field goal in the first half instead of taking the shots. That's how they go about it. But if you come out and you say, no, we want to dominate. It's about getting to 35 points. It's all about seeing how fast we can rest our starters. The mindset changes of the football team, where how this football team has been constructed under Nathaniel Hackett. It's about just find a way, find a way to be there in the end and think about it. It's been with everything. Not just football. It's been with, okay, you know what? The team that's the most healthiest at the end. That's the team that goes on the run, so this is why I do this. It's all about the and and being close with Nathaniel Hackett, where the mindset needs to drastically change because when I was here with the Broncos, it was all about dominating and winning football games and making sure you impose your will each and every week and not playing this thing close. So you talk so much about being close being close and playing it close and it's so proud of the guys for keeping games close, where no matter what goes on in the course of a game, it's almost like you naturally let your foot off the gas pedal because you're not trying to blow teams out. You just want to have an opportunity to win it and that's been a message all year long and that's just wrong in any sport. Next in four down. Third down. Prime time. Prime time. Man, I've seen a lot of people nail the opening press conference and we got to be careful because plenty of people coaches, players have won the opening press conference and then has it worked out, but man, you gotta be pumped by what you heard from Deion Sanders yesterday. As you know, I have worked to finish in Jackson, Mississippi. They tell me we and oh, that means we had lost anybody. And we got to win this championship. But simultaneously, like I play baseball in football, I can multitask and I can focus. And this is my job and my occupation in my business. In my dream, to bring you back to where you know you should belong. I love it. He appeals to justice fanbase. Appeals to all the CU buffs. He appealed to me. I remember when I got this news, Mike on Thursday, like I was finding out that this thing was real. As I was flying down to Miami and I tweeted about it, putting it on social media and so much pushback, no way, there's no way he's coming here. Well, he's here. And I'm here for it. And one of the things that I sent out in that same exact tweet when I was finding out that not only is he coming, this is absolute done deal, he's getting ready to announce in the next couple of days. I was like, man, I got to figure out, see you. I got to learn my way around boulder. Yeah. Because I'm going to be up there. Who's not signing up for tickets to go watch this football team moving forward? You got the head coach. He's saying all the right things. You talk about him nailing it. He's talking about, you know, bringing in an elite coaching staff to elite scouting. He's letting these kids know, get ready. Take a look at that transfer portal because you're here to compete. And if you're not going to compete, there's the door. So it's the right attitude of mentality. And man, I just would kill for just some great college football right here in our backyard. Yeah, we're constantly when it comes to the national college football scene. For most of the 25 years that I've been here, I just feel like we've been just on the outside looking in. Looks a lot of fun. It looks like it's fun in there. Looks like a lot of fun in there. I'd love to be a part of it. Well, now maybe see you will have a chance to be part of it. Next in four down, one, two, three, four down. Not much to say from the nuggets and avalanche weekend as the nuggets lost two in the on the road in Atlanta and New Orleans the avalanche losing Boston in a big way. And boy, they are banged up. Matt Smith, my ass buddy is going to be joining us here. He's a CU buff as well. He's going to join us in the next segment. He was at the press conference, but he pointed this out. The only players he abs have healthy right now who appear to the Stanley Cup finals, ready for this? Nathan McKinnon, Miko ranton, Alex newhook, Andrew cogliano, Logan O'Connor, JT comper, Eric

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Bruins improve to record 14-0 at home, beat Avalanche 5-1

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 4 months ago

Bruins improve to record 14-0 at home, beat Avalanche 5-1

"David pasternak and Trent Frederick each scored two goals while Linus Olmert stopped 25 shots as Boston beat the Colorado avalanche 5 to one. The victory extends the bruins NHL record home winning streak to start the season to 14 games. Says it's amazing to see the group come together every day to work, you know, and be happy and ready to work for each other. So obviously it's a lot of fun right now. Boston is Jake dubos, scored his 100th career NHL goal while Andrew cogliano had the lone tally for the injury plagued avalanche. I'm Ben Thomas

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"andrew cogliano" Discussed on Schlereth and Evans

Schlereth and Evans

14:44 min | 7 months ago

"andrew cogliano" Discussed on Schlereth and Evans

"Nova Scotia. Well, you call it. What was the name of it? Cole harbor, Cole harder. I knew there was an H in there somewhere. How many people there? Not many people live in coal. But it looked like they were hard. Well, more than that, probably. But it's funny because the sign town sign, as you go into town, says welcome to Cole harbor, home of Sydney Crosby, right? I know. But it also says underneath, we proudly congratulate Nathan McKinnon on the Stanley Cup championship. Can you imagine, you got a little tiny town, I'm assuming it's, you know, it's a Hamlet. And you got Hamlin. Good call. Right. That's a good call. And you got two of the greatest hockey players in the history of recent hockey? Yeah. Said the kid and you got Nathan McKinnon? This Nathan McKinnon have a good nickname like that, said the kid. Andrew cogliano and gave Landis God were there as well. Joining in on the parade. Good stuff. Abs just enjoying their summer. Well, you bet, hey. Keep enjoying it because it's gonna be over here about four minutes. Training camp begins on the 20th of September. Next, on the morning brew. Deep left center field. How well. Randall gritton is tied up with his 13. 8 shot. AT&T sports that they were the call as the rockies fresh off the scathing article that I wrote at Denver fan dot com on Friday. About how they've never looked and seemed more helpless. Got a lot of reaction to that column. Did you know? Check it out. It's still there, Denver fan dot com. Give me your thoughts. But the Iraqis respond, say this is what they do. This is, these are the kind of series that only enable and embolden dick monfort to maintain. The status quo at Stan pad and Blake. Is that, hey, we had a great weekend. A lot of people in the stands? Good business? Rockies took two out of three, played some entertaining winning baseball, had a walk off on Saturday? It's all good, baby. All is good in the hood. Over there at Stan pad and Blake. Yeah? Yep, I'm sure it was all the games because the Giants game in town was a packed house. Sure they had a ton of fans there, enjoying all the festivities that the stadium has to offer. Great food, sidelines, weather, there's a bar up top. Exactly. Jake Shapiro are very own Jake Shapiro from Denver van dot com was that a couple of games this weekend says, hey, of course field, best bar in Denver. Can't argue with that. Nate the great. Nate the great Nate the great. Nate the great. Said the kid, Nate the great, said the kid. Kind of working on both out. 8th the great said the kid. They have to create to the kid. Nate, the great sounds better. They degrade is big. That's big. Because you're great. Said the kid? I don't know, though. You already have the gray one. But what I think is great, I think, Wayne Gretzky, Gretzky. Still talk, still talking about those Evanston oilers. Yes, it is. Hey, listen, I know the avalanche won the cup, but let me tell you about those oilers. That'll do it for the morning program that you each and every morning at 6 30. Well, this ought to be the immovable object against the unstoppable force. The nothing to see here, everything's fine, Mark schlereth versus the sky is falling James Merrill at coming up next. You were listening to schlereth and Evans. On Denver's sports station, one O four three the fan. Okay, here we go. You gotta eat it. This is me whistling past the grapes. Yeah, this is yes, exactly. Nothing to see here. This is misses Marshall. This is Mark Schwartz. Reacting to what he saw on Saturday. Yeah, whistling, nothing to see here. Everything's good. Everything is awesome. All right, consider this me, I'm the guy in the middle, and I'm ready to be swayed one way or another, okay? I've got march on one side who says, nothing to see here, no biggie, what you saw on Saturday, I got James mariette, editor at Denver fan dot com, joining us on the Johnson auto Plaza hotline who I'm sure is panicking after what he saw on Saturday. So you guys will each get a chance to win me to your side. James, you're the guest. You go ahead first. Well, I don't know that I'm panicking. Good morning, by the way, fellas, but I'm not panicking, but I think to just totally dismiss what we saw, I think would be a little bit silly. You know, the fact that they lost a game doesn't matter. The fact that the score was 42 to 15 really doesn't matter. The fact that they just got pushed around and looked like they had no interest in playing football and the bills were the team that, if we're gonna be out here, we might as well might as well play hard and give it an effort. I think there's something to glean from that. They look like a team that had no interest in being out there. They got pushed around, they got dominated at the line of scrimmage on both sides of the ball. They couldn't tackle. And look, I've been on board with camp packet. I think I have been on the same page in terms of that. I'm fine with his approach, but I do think when you see a team that looks like they're a step slow and a team that can't tackle, it's fair to question whether or not jog throughs and a lack of hitting are an issue. And, you know, you see the Andrew mason has his mailbag up at Denver Faye dot com today and he talks about how, well, you got two guys that have been injured with dislocated elbows that shows you that cam packets the smart way to go. I think you can make the argument that both the injuries, the OG moody and Jonas Griffith, where guys that were out of position, throwing their arm in there, not ready to tackle. I think it's cause for concern. I think there's certainly reasons to raise red flags. I think that you look at kind of what went on, and I'm with you. I haven't had a concern to me so much about the lack of hitting in the lack of discipline or not the lack of discipline. Lack of hitting the lack of contact or the lack of tackling and all that kind of stuff. But here's the big thing. I said this to Mike, hey, we were all giddy about the Dallas performance, both in the scrimmage into the game, right? Because they did all those things. They did all those things correctly. Now all of a sudden you read your press clippings, you get into a game and albeit R twos and threes versus their ones, you did get shoved around. I thought the edge presence of our defense, whether it was Benito, whoever was on the edge, they were awful. They just got their ass kicked on the edge. And it created situations because of it's what I would call picket fence situations. When one guy is way up the field, the other guy is getting maxed out and all of a sudden, you know, or you're getting your pinching inside and you get washed two gaps beyond where you should be. Now all of a sudden neither a linebacker or safety steps up in that hole, and he misses a tackle and everybody goes, well, they're not tackling, that's not a, that's not the case. The case is that hole went from a three yard hole in which you'd make every tackle to a 7 yard hole, and if the backs of the Buffalo Bills were getting tackled, they'd need different backs. Right. Right. So that's my thing is, is it because of a lack of, is it because of a lack of hitting? No. But in that particular game, they didn't get off blocks. They were awful on the edge. They get washed out of their gap assignment. That to me is his football team that was busy reading their press clippings and didn't show up to play. No, I'm with you on that. I do think that's a cause for concern though, right? That's been bad for 5 years. You have one good preseason game one good, you know, joint practice, then all of a sudden you're already reading your press clippings, it's like, man, you got to keep them a little bit more grounded than that. But yeah, I think the way you described it is a 100% accurate. The only thing I would push back on a little bit is you hear a lot of people talk about, hey, they played their starters. They did. Josh Allen was three for three for 45 yards. He led him to 7 points. They scored on their first 6 drives, 5 of those were by case Keenum and Matt Barkley. In case Keenum finished 16 out of 18, he did whatever he wanted to do. And he ain't a starter. So it didn't matter if it was ones versus twos, twos versus twos, threes versus twos. The Broncos got their butt kicked, and I think any time you get your butt kicked in football, you have to look in the mirror and go, okay, what happened there? Because something was something was badly off and they need to, they need to figure it out. I don't think it's panic button time, 'cause I don't think it's something that they can't figure out, but I do think if they just totally ignore it and say, oh, it's just the preseason. I think that would be a grave mistake. All right, visiting with James Merrill, editor and chief at Denver fan dot com. So we've tossed out the Hackett practice theory. We've tossed out the reading their press clipping theories. How about my theory that we saw more evidence of the deterioration of talent for too many years, 5, 6 years, bad drafts, bad personnel moves that is finally really coming home to roost. And while we look at what they've built, at least along the starters that looks pretty solid, behind those starters, there's not a whole lot. Roster depth did that get exposed over the weekend. You know, I see what you're saying. I've heard nothing, but now it's been two a plus drafts in a row. So there should be some depth. I get it. We're still kind of feeling the effects of always last couple of drafts. But I do tend to think that most teams, the last, you know, 35 guys on every roster, pretty interchangeable. Right, you can take the bills 35, the Broncos 35, switch those and they're still going to be the Super Bowl favorite and the Broncos are going to be what they are. So I don't know that I'd buy it necessarily. I think it was much more about just sort of who decided to bring it that day and who didn't. Then it was just a talent issue because I don't think the Broncos have that much more depth than the cowboys. I don't even cowboys were ready to play, right? You don't have 17 penalties or whatever it was. If you're ready to play. So I think it was more of a approach and attitude than it was talent. There's probably some of that, but I do think the Broncos last 35 guys on their roster pretty much the same as everybody else's. Yeah, I know this, man. I'm with you. I don't think it's time to change the press the panic, but I think the one thing that really bothered me more than anything else, James, was coming out at halftime in the third quarter. After you've had your ass whooped. Yeah. And you did get your ass whooped. And that's part of it. Anybody who's played has been there. I've had my house with plenty. He didn't respond. You came down in the first run of the game was like a 1215 first run on third quarter. I mean, it was a parting of the Red Sea for crying out loud. They just, and they just had their way with the Broncos driving them down the football field for that initial score in the third quarter. That response or that lack thereof response was the one thing that concerned me more than anything else. And again, like you talked about, that has to be addressed. And it should have been addressed at halftime and if I had one criticism for coach Hackett and his staff is it didn't get addressed. Obviously, because you walked out there on defense and absolutely got to shove down you're going to now ask a guy who has been consistent in his message that the preseason doesn't matter. He's going to throw up halftime nutty and all of a sudden go off about how now it does matter? Well, that's the interesting part of this, Mike, because he has to be consistent, then we're all talking about whether or not the practice plan is the right one. He's got two choices, right? He can push the panic button and change that, which would be a disaster. Oh, you'd lose all credibility with your team after two preseason games, or he has to stay the course. And I think that's the only option. And just hope that he's on the right path. You are right. If he's got to be consistent with his message, but one of the things that, you know, I don't think I'm alone in this that I've had questions about with Nathaniel Hackett since he was hired as, hey, can he be that guy? Can he be the guy that's going to chew your butt when you need to have it chewed? I do think in today's day and age and young athletes, it's more of a pattern on the back type of a world than kick him in the butt. I do. But that doesn't mean there's not times where you need to kick him in the butt and that halftime score 28 to 6, you should at least come out on the opening drive and have some renewed intensity and be flying around and do something and it was just an exact carbon copy of how the first half ended. That is a problem because what was the message at halftime and who can deliver that? You have to have somebody that can tell you guys this is not up to our standard and we better be better when we get back out on the field and clearly either that didn't happen or the message didn't sink in or it didn't matter because they couldn't execute it even if the message did sink in. Either one of those things is a problem though. Well, as I always say, they don't count, but they do matter. Yep. Right? And it did matter the way you play. Hey, I hate preseason. The score doesn't matter, but the way you play does. And you can stay consistent with your theme about a pre season, but the way you show up does matter. And you can do both of those without losing an ounce of credibility. James, we got to roll. Thank you. All right, appreciate it guys. James mariette, editor at Denver fan dot com on the Johnson auto Plaza hotline four down territory next. Hey, it's Mike Evans. Silk to heart motors understand sometimes bad things happen to good people. That includes bankruptcy. If that is you, you can still purchase a car at filter hard with zero money down in almost all cases. This is a program they've been doing for 25 years. The dealership itself is almost 60. Family owned business that is proud of their reputation and proud to be a huge part of the Broomfield community. 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Joe Sakic Set to Meet With Pending UFA Kuemper's Agent

Schlereth and Evans

01:24 min | 9 months ago

Joe Sakic Set to Meet With Pending UFA Kuemper's Agent

"Well, maybe we shouldn't be so hasty in. Saying goodbye to Darcy Kemper and thanking him for his one year winning the cup, but time to move on to somebody else because as will Peterson writes that Denver fan dot com. Joe sakic made meeting with Darcy Kemper's agent his first real big free agent I guess intention, he brought back Andrew cogliano, that was nice, but that was just the appetizer. We're all wondering what's going to happen with the big guys, right? What's going to happen with Kemper, kadri, you choose skin. Burke costy, Manson, all these guys. What does it tell you that the first real outreach was to Darcy Kemper's agent? It tells you that you know it's a weak free agent market from a goaltending standpoint. So Darcy Kemper is probably your best option. Your best option might be willing to take a little bit of a hometown discount and I think a thirdly, I think it just points to the amount of respect that grew during that playoff during the playoff run, especially against Tampa when you know you're not a 100%, but you're going out there and you're just, you're just throwing your body around, trying to block bucks. I think they grew in their respect for what he had to accomplish. What he had to go through to be able to show up every night and get that

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"andrew cogliano" Discussed on Schlereth and Evans

Schlereth and Evans

07:17 min | 9 months ago

"andrew cogliano" Discussed on Schlereth and Evans

"Sakic has gotten back to work. The echoes from the parade of barely quieted and already Joe is getting deals done as Andrew cogliano coming back on a one year deal. Just a good glue guy fourth line guy, good veteran, good in the room. Remember the big speech before game 6 showed his value there. How much teammates respect him? Kind of a no brainer. This one, especially on a one year deal. That one's that one's easy. I mean, there's a lot of work left to be done based upon the guys that you have that are free Asians, but that's a, that's a good one. And plus, goggs is one of those guys that can go from fourth line to third line of wherever you need them. So I think that's a great move by Joe sack, already started to show why he should be executive of the year. Now, this one was kind of an easy move, right? This was easy. One year deal. Do you think you take the low hanging fruit first? Okay. The easy stuff comes first. Which free agents, free agent, must come back in your mind. And the big ones are, there's no particular order cadre to choose in camper Manson or costume. Of all those guys, obviously cadre, I'd like to see nichushkin if, I mean, it can ever play again. Would be number two for me and then Manson. Sounds like Manson wants to go back to Anaheim. That's where his family is. Hey, hey, he came here. We're supposed to do, got a ring. Yeah. Now you just go play for the money if that's what he wants to do, then let him go. That's kind of where he's at. How's Anaheim feel about that? They want him back? We shall see. Next in four down territory. Second down. Nothing to feel right. I think that's it. I think I'm confident in my ability to hoop. It's just life. My legs are not functioning. The way it needs to in the sky top, you know, so being healthy is the main key. No one's I feel like I can do everything that the game demands. I have no problem. Man, I am really rooting for a strong Jamal Murray come back. I just thought that guy was kind of done dirty during this whole, you know, well, you know, he's cleared to play, you know, it was the whole Juan Jane things. All over again. And I just, I just didn't think Jamal Murray deserved the kind of scrutiny that started to build throughout the playoffs. And the criticism that started to come his way as the playoffs went along. So I'm really expecting and brooding for this guy to have a major comeback this year. I will say this. The one thing concerns me, you know, I was when I went to the abs game. When I went to game 5, I had a doctor stopped me. In the crowd. And say, I can not tell you you wrote an article on this and you've spoken about it on several different occasions. And something I've told you a million times, you know, reestablishing what your 100%. And he's like, I can not tell you how many patients that I have discussed that will share that article with a wrote about reestablishing your new 100%. And one thing that scares me about Jamal a little bit is you're going to have to reestablish what your 100% is. And at some point, you got to just go, hell bent for election, say this is as good as it gets. Now I may get better than that, but if there is that bit of, well, I'm not quite there and I'm not quite like you'll not quite there yourself right out of the potential of a career. So I don't think he'll do that, but that's my one kind of major concern with when I hear him speak kind of what comes out of his mouth. Well, he is back practicing with the team as they get ready for their summer league action throughout the summer. So good sign, he's out there. He's practicing. He needs to be playing. He needs to be playing full. He needs playing games. Next in four down? Third down. Two O's hit hide the year to deep left center field at Bryant, get a nice you bet. Run in a rockies uniform for Chris Bryant. Hey, it only took until after July 4th for Chris Bryant did his first dinger as a rocky, but he did last night, so pay no attention to the fact the rockies lost. Because the real costs were celebration, Chris Bryant went yard. The only 24 games, but anyway, they only issue was drew couldn't use his signature line. What's that? Take a good look. You won't see it for long. No, shot. No. He can't use it because when it barely creeps over the wall and that thing just tickled the top of the wall. But you're not quite sure. Look, that one might be caught. That looks like warning track power. Oh, Chris Bryant. Yeah, you need a little light tower power, whatever to that. You've got the lights are probably the creeping over the wall. As long as the checks clear, next and far down. One, two, three, fourth down. Inside a year ago that the Oklahoma Texas move was maybe one of the most dramatic moves in the history of college football. This may be more important because it locks down one of the most valuable media markets in the country in LA with its two prime schools. This is Coke and Pepsi and quite frankly, nobody else matters, guys. I mean, that's where we are. Well, there's Paul finebaum from ESPN. Well, the last teams left in the pack 12 close out the turn the lights off as you leave. Will you, as that conference is disintegrating, it looks like see you will get a landing space. So let me. Just because we talked about this during the break, yes, see you left the big 12 for greener pastures in the PAC 12. Felt it was more in line with what CU is and stands for and academically that they're more of a Stanford UCLA type. And they are a, you know, Kansas, sure. Texas tech type school, right? Dad? Well, suddenly the big 12 doesn't look so bad. As it would appear that see you along with Utah, Arizona, Arizona state and also possibly Oregon in Washington could make the big 12 and 18 team league, which would make them the largest, at least for now. In all of FBS. Great. Hey, you can't wait to see that. Big time. See you, okie state matchup. Let's get great. Look, you want to be in the big ten. You want to be in the SEC. That's the big boy table. But if you can't beat the big

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"andrew cogliano" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

01:42 min | 9 months ago

"andrew cogliano" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

"When they brought the cup out and they were getting all set up at the one end there, you know what the table and all that stuff. And the abs are jumping all over each other and I can't even tell you the last time this happened, but I felt like I was going to cry. I was like, this was, it was so amazing to watch the joy because there's a lot of guys there that had been added a long time. Eric Johnson, Andrew cogliano, who I've always had a soft spot for. I mean, right. Broken finger cracked on finger on the other hand. He's got his gloves taped on his stick because he can't even move. And impossible not to be thrilled for that. I just, I loved everything about it. It was so great to be able to have that opportunity, but I will tell you this. Last night I went to bed at 9 o'clock. And I woke up at 8 today. Wow. The last time I did that was unreal. That's high school. Cami and all he came in at some point, I don't know, been here anything. Check your pulse to make sure you are still with us type of thing. I think she just thought, oh, he's gonna be fine. I love them. That's how tired it was and so can you imagine how tired the guys are? Nobody was running into me for the last two months. Those guys must be gassed. They are. Thank you, Canadian club whisky. Thank you. Listen to the new don't change much podcast every Tuesday in June, a show about men's mental and physical health, hosted by me, Dan Murphy, with a guest list that includes John herdman, Kelly Rudy Dallas Smith and many more. Our goal is to have real conversations about the things so many of us don't prioritize, lowering stress, eating healthier, getting active and the impacts of not taking care of ourselves. Don't change much.

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"andrew cogliano" Discussed on The Lead

The Lead

07:49 min | 9 months ago

"andrew cogliano" Discussed on The Lead

"Welcome to the National Hockey League. And this is a playoff game. This wasn't just a regular season game. I was like high stakes. Game three of the first round against his hometown team the cavalry flames, the team refereeing for it. It's the first period of his first game in the NHL. And you scores in the Stanley Cup playoffs. You know, the thing that jumps out at you right away when you watch kill my car play is his skating. I mean, he really, as you mentioned, glides around the ice in a way that just looks different from just about anyone else in the league. I imagine that's partly why comparisons to the great Bobby Orr come up so much. Peter, do you have a sense of how kale has developed that part of his game, his skating, how much of it is just a natural gift, how much of it is training and development? Yeah, I think like anyone it's kind of a mix, I think that calm a car has natural gifts that you and I don't have. No matter how hard we worked on skating, we would not be able to. Well, I don't want to speak for you. But I would not be able to escape how he skates, no matter how hard I worked at it. But he does do a lot of work, whether it's off ice work or on ice drills and stuff like that. I mean, I think it's just been been instilled in me through my parents my entire life. Just never taking anything for granted and always working for what you get and I think those are just lessons that I've just tried to build off of. But I also think one of the big things is that his coaches from a young age empowered him to play in a game where he was getting up into the play and wasn't sitting back on defense. So that allowed him to kind of explore that element of his game his skating ability. And it's been vitally important for him. It's part of the reason he's so dynamic. And so good. Well, as we mentioned, kil makar is now won just about every award, a defenseman can win the Calder trophy as the league's best rookie, a couple of years ago, the Norse trophy this season as the NHL's top defenseman. He's now a Stanley Cup champion and a playoff MVP. In terms of individual accolades, where does Caleb mccargo from here? Well, they don't be interesting. Can he win a hard trophy for league MVP? I mean, a defenseman hasn't done that for a long time, but if anyone's going to it, it seems like Cal McCarthy is the type of player who could. And I do think there are elements of his game that he still refining, which is perhaps scary for the rest of the week because he's already so dynamic. I talked to ray bourque for the legendary defenseman for a story I didn't. He kind of said he thought when kale got his first Norris, he was going to kind of have that award for a while. He wasn't going to give it up. So I don't know if it's going to be an every year thing, but he's certainly going to be up there in contention for that award every single year and maybe he even can get a little bit higher with maybe getting a heart trophy or maybe getting another const my 5th avalanche can continue to have this team success. Okay, coming up. Now that the avalanche are kings of the mountain, how long can they say that? This episode is sponsored by allbirds. Allbirds create shoes and clothing that are better for you and better for the planet. Using a revolutionary roster of premium natural materials, like their popular tree runner sneaker. Why is it called the tree runner you ask? Because it's made from eucalyptus tree fiber, a lightweight breathable and silky soft material, making the tree runner the perfect everyday shoe for getting the most out of sunny days. Spend less time putting together your outfit and more time enjoying the sights. 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Why put off having fun until you have that free time you keep dreaming about? You know, already do enough to earn a bit of joy exactly when you want it. With best fiends, you can have a little fiendish fun anytime anywhere with an exciting mobile puzzle adventure game. It's easy to pick up and play. Whether it's for a few minutes here and there, or if that free time does roll around, you can have a fiend tastic marathon. You've earned your fun time. Download best fiends on the App Store or Google Play. Plus, get $5 of in game rewards when you reach level 5. That's best fiends on the App Store or Google Play. That's Friends without the R best fiends. So Peter, I also wanted to ask you about the Colorado avalanche more broadly. This is a team that's been knocking on the door of a championship for a few seasons now. What do you think allowed them to finally bust through that door and win it this season? Yeah, well, I think that one heartbreak can lead to maturity and adversity can bring out good things in people. So the ads had a really disappointing end of their season in 2021. They had the president's trophy best record in the league and then lost in the second round of Vegas. Who was a good team, but one that felt like they should have beat. So I think that helped propel them forward in a way. And it hardened them a little bit, and they knew that they didn't want that to happen again. Two, I think they got much better at playing from behind. They won ten games this postseason that they trailed in, which is tied for an NHL record. You saw that against St. Louis against Edmonton against Tampa in game 6 when they finished off Tampa. So I think that was huge. And then Joe sakic made some really smart trade deadline acquisitions to bolster the defense with Josh Manson to bring in art Terry lacking in to kind of solidify the forward depth and then to add some depth forwards with Andrew cogliano and Nico stern, both of whom had big playoff moments. And looking to the future here, how likely do you think the avalanche are to stay at the top of the NHL? And for how long? It's an interesting question because the salary cap era in the NHL is designed to make it so no team can be too, too dominant for too long. There are players are going to have to get paid in the avalanche aren't going to be able to pay all of them. Darcy Kemper, their goal is a free agent. An awesome kadri is a free agent, the larynx, who had a huge postseason as a free agent, Josh Manson, who was a great defenseman for them in the playoffs. He's a free agent. And they're going to have cap space because they have a lot of guys coming off the books, but they're going to have to pick and choose who they're able to bring back. But that doesn't mean that they want to have a chance to win in future years. I think that if you have a core of kalmar Nathan McKinnon Nico ran and Gabriel Scott, you're in a really, really good position. What is the contract situation of that core group that you just mentioned? Yeah, my car is under contract, I believe, for another 5 years, McKinnon's deal is up. He's eligible for an extension this off season and his deal is up after next season, so they'll have to figure out his contract. Mika ran in as a few years left on his deal and Gabriel anis Geiger's locked in long term. It assuming they're able to get a deal done with McKinnon, which Joe sakic said is his top priority. They're going to have most of their core set for at least the next few seasons. Got it. And lastly here, Peter, bringing this back to Kayla macar. After the abs won the Stanley Cup on Sunday, the team's captain Gabriel Landis gog joked with ESPN's Emily.

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"andrew cogliano" Discussed on The Hockey PDOcast

The Hockey PDOcast

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"andrew cogliano" Discussed on The Hockey PDOcast

"Hockey PDO guest. My name is Michelle povich and joining me with my buddy Ryan Lambert Ryan, what's going on man? I'm tired. Yes, yes, we're very excited about it. We're recording this a couple hours after the trade of land has passed. I don't know, or I don't even know if all the trades are still in the queue or if they've been processed fully. I kind of at some point just had to check out because I just couldn't wait for any more details to come through. I feel like we already know the main players that were involved and so we're just going to go off of that and see how it goes. And also joining us today for the PDO guest is our colleague at EP ringside Jack Fraser Jack what's going on there. My eyes hurt. I've been looking at a screen for like ten hours. We're so washed up. This is intro is just coming right out of the game. Physical and mental mental pain from today. It's been a long day. It's been a long weekend in a long couple of days following all of the traded on activity in NHL, but it is done. And we're going to do our best here today to sort through all the functionally important things, what people need to know, what kind of matters and what doesn't, winners and losers, all that sort of stuff. And we're going to see how those and hopefully our brains are in two scrambled from trying to keep up with everything. So Jack, I'll let you go first this time. I feel like I usually let Ryan go first. So I'm going to change it up this time. You give me any big story you want to start off with, whether it is a winner or a loser, a notable takeaway from today you can take it any direction you want. Well, I think one theme that we saw from a couple of teams was teams shoring up their strengths and not necessarily fully addressing their weaknesses. We saw Florida targeting as their big acquisition close your improving the offense of the team that is already the best offensive unit in the NHL. And Boston going all out to acquire hampus lindholm to improve the defense of what is already the best defensive unit in the NHL. In Boston's case, leaving their center depth looking like the Providence bruins. So I thought it was surprising to me that especially in Boston's case that and I think you kind of saw with Colorado too, where they go after players like an end and Nico's term Andrew cogliano, where teams kind of played into their strengths without necessarily directly addressing areas of weakness. Yeah, there were a couple of teams, I would say the Minnesota wild probably I guess the New York rangers that kind of went against that a little bit and tried to address some of the weaknesses they have and we can kind of save those teams for a second here. I don't know, the idea you guys want to start off by just kind of breaking down the Atlantic division right off the top here. It feels like that's kind of in terms of league wide significance basis..

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"andrew cogliano" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"andrew cogliano" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

"So they got to get it done here. They got to make a mark here. All right, we're going to kind of sprinkle all over the place here as we look at some of the ads. And not just specific to trade deadline day. But why don't we stay in the west for a moment here because we're thinking that way, and look at Colorado. So Colorado, on deadline day, they bring in arterial from the Montreal Canadiens. And I'm happy for Andrew cogliano. You know, he's one of those good guys in the game. He's always well prepared condition all those things. And it feels like this is an opportunity for him. But you got him throw Josh Manson in the mix, right? The prior deal. With the Anaheim ducks. So those are the three primaries in Manson, lechon and cogliano. It's not bad. No. I mean, you're already starting from a pretty good place with a hell of a team. Yeah. In Colorado. So, you know, I'm a big lack in fan. I really like the way he plays. He's smart. He can check. He's big, like detail stuff, right? Yeah. But he can score a bit. So Colorado, you know, always has to protect about being a one or one and a half line team. And lechon and gives them a little more options, a little more flexibility, a little more size, I like that. Cogliano is going to be a utility fit for them. He'll kill penalties. He'll play under fourth line. So if it's either him and Darren helm in the lineup or just him or helm, they've got speed in that in that role. Josh Manson's a key for them. Now, what if? In the next month, born by room comes back. So Byron, I believe, was cleared today. Yeah, practice is not in contact. Yeah, that's so it's march 21st today. The kid is a fantastic player. So what if all of a sudden your defense pairings or defense group is macar and taves, which is as good a pair as anybody in the NHL, right? And now you've got Sam Gerard and Josh Manson playing together. And then your third pair is going to be byram and it's an Eric Johnson. You know, is it like they've got so many options now and they're big and mobile Gerard's a little guy, but like this is, this is the best team in the west for sure and they got better over the last Darcy Kemper dialed in heading in the right direction. Yeah, I like that also I like that sack it didn't give up any of his first round picks. So he traded a prospect through Allison good prospect and a second to Anaheim in the Manson deal. He traded a second and Justin Barron, a pass first rounder to Montreal for like, and it's always retained as much of their draft capital as they can. It's hard to do when you're trying to win. Interesting day for the baron family, right? Justin and Morgan, both getting trades. Just like calling home. You too? You do. All right, well, we'll change your travel points here..

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"andrew cogliano" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

Spittin' Chiclets

06:27 min | 1 year ago

"andrew cogliano" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

"Saw and that I helped big time in your development? Absolutely. You know, I don't think there's any chance that I'm the player and today without my old man. Just the things that he taught me and his example as well. I mean, he's a really intense guy. And you know, he brought that as a coach and, you know, I think if you look back on, you know, if you ask anyone from our minor hockey team, they're experience, he demanded a lot of us as kids, but once you got to the pro level, it almost felt like, you know, it was, you know, we had gotten that since we were ten years old. So, you know, I owe everything to him. You know, the amount that he's taught me and my parents have, you know, like all you guys know, I mean, you don't do it without your parents and the sacrifices they make. Are incredible, so I owe it all to them for sure. I mentioned you made the team right out of camp as an 18 year old kid. What were your expectations going into camp, were you surprised they kept you? Definitely. I didn't expect to make the team. I came, we had the Canada Russia super series kind of I think it was camera over the anniversary. It was, but I had a really good tournament and it kind of led right into training camp, and I came in game ready, you know, I had my timing down and ready to play and then we had a couple right wingers go down early in camp and it just kind of opened up a position for me and I had a great start and with where Edmonton was at as an organization and, you know, they're trying to get younger and it was an opportunity for me to step in and we had kind of more of a veteran team at that time too. So I think I was the only 18 year old in the league at the time. So a bit of a culture shock coming from junior, but you know, I think once again, having my dad to kind of bounce things off of and the different experiences that he had gone through really helped me. Who sort of helped your line like what veterans maybe like took you under their wing kind of showed you the ropes 'cause that is young 18 years old, you still a kid. Yeah, absolutely. I mean, Ethan morrow, he was actually used our captain at the time. He actually had a house that me Andrew cogliano and Tom Gilbert lived in. So, you know, and it was free of charge as an 18 year old that was, that was amazing. And him and his family kind of, you know, made sure everything was okay, Sean Horford is another guy, Steve stale. I mean, there's so many guys there that were kind of instrumental and helping us kind of grow in the league. I mean, it's funny looking at it now a hawk is, you know, part of our front office here in Detroit. So it's kind of come full circle for me, but yeah, I mean, I had a lot of fun my first years in the league and coming in with those guys that had been around a long time was really helpful for me. Hey, thank you back. I mean, Tom Gilbert, when he was playing, he was a hell of a player and also just a funny guy his sense of humor have you stayed in touch with him because he played a long time. I think he was just recently still playing in Europe. Yeah, I think he finished in Germany. He's, you know, we've kind of lost touch a little bit. You know, which is kind of unfortunate. We were so tired, living together for a few years. It's just, it's the nature of it. I mean, you know, I'm married three kids now. He's got a family as well. But yeah, I mean, he was awesome. He was a great player, especially when he first broke in a league. He's one of those guys, he go back and get pasted into the end wall and just make a little plate in the middle, and you're out of the zone. And it just made it so easy to play with. And then, you know, cogs and I are still really tight. You know, we talk all the time. I just, you know, went for dinner with him in San Jose and we played there. So yeah, it's a lot of fun thing back on those days. One of the guys that he played with his rookie year was Dwayne Ross and we've heard some funny, funny stories about this guy. Anything that you'd be willing to share about his antics off the ice in his NBA draft suits? Oh, man. That's a good one. I was actually, I was telling one the other day. We were at a team event and we had these guys that were golfing behind us. And they kind of kept hitting into them. And it was, I don't know, if you remember this one, but derral Kate said put it on. So all his friends were there. So it's like bigwigs and Evanston or whatever. And these guys kept hitting into them. And it was making him angry. So he's like, okay, I got to do something. And we had this big gala after and really says, I'm going to do something. We're like, hey, just relax, but he was fired up because, you know, and so he goes up to this guy and he's got a full pint glass of beer. And douses the guy. And he's like, sucked. And we're like, oh my God. And it took over and he's still got a little left in the glass. Get some again. So it creates a whole melee and we get it broken up or whatever, and we get roller in the bus and he's like, you know, upset about what had just happened and we're like, yeah, no, but like, why'd you have to do that? He goes, yeah, I just kind of snapped, but he goes the worst part is, I don't think I got the right guy. Oh no. Oh no, but it was a good one. It was a good one. I had a lot of liquid over here. He would get he would get hot too, right? When he'd be playing good, he was like, you couldn't beat him. It was unbelievable. We had nights where, you know, he'd make 50 saves. And I mean, you look back in the cup run a couple of years prior to me getting there. And I mean, that doesn't happen without what he was able to do. I think he was, it was fun for me too, because my dad actually had played with him in Calgary. And so, you know, he kind of took me under his wing a little bit, and yeah, it was fun..

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Trocheck, Reimer help Hurricanes beat Stars 4-3 in shootout

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 years ago

Trocheck, Reimer help Hurricanes beat Stars 4-3 in shootout

"Nino Niederreiter provided the tying goal with two thirty five left in regulation before Vincent Trocheck netted the deciding shootout tally in the hurricanes four three one of the stars the hurricanes returned Thursday from applies to the call that nineteen concerns that lead to four games being postponed Carolina has won all three games in its return which is left Jordan Staal fairly pleased not content but very happy with the way we're playing in you know all let us start again you know we we want to build here for the last few years and and it shows what we didn't change our game you know with the guys older and Jamie then Jamie Oleksiak and Andrew Cogliano scored for Dallas I'm the ferry

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