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"andy greene" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

06:48 min | 2 months ago

"andy greene" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Been a good friend of mine. He's put later or something. Okay? Didn't find justice, putting the pre and post head on tonight. What's up, Jessie? Ready for postgame, pregame and postgame. And Yeah. I pictured very rain driving home and listening tonight. God will be my first and last time. Absolutely. He's going to call my Thomas is here to get on a conference. Call it Thomas and Brookside sandwich just exactly right now. One game and we're going to lose the reached kidding at. I'm actually looking forward to it. So it's crazy Chris behind here. Kyle Schwarber returns on the South side. Two playoff teams tonight like this is baseball Central this weekend, three of the 10 playoffs in town, and so so many great storylines Chicago this week and, of course, the September 11th anniversary tomorrow that we all sorts of tributes and things so Australia. Basing weekend of baseball stuff is Chris Bryants Return hosted Quintana. Tommy was still a lot of former Cubs on this giant A lot of cubs. Yeah, but Brian will be front and center. He's going to talk to the media and about 50 minutes. I just said a lot of them real quick and He's obviously excited to come back here and sort of say goodbye to fans in his own way. I don't know what the crowd will be like Friday, September Day game, Not in it, but I imagine it's still be a pretty good crowd. What do you think the reception is going to be like? Oh, yeah, I mean, come on standing ovations. Oh, yeah Tribute. Video tribute. They're going to do a whole bunch of things. I think they're gonna do something pre game as well. He joked about the fact that he texted Ross is in here is still under isolate Super Covid. So Andy Greene, who he knows he doesn't know. I'm like Like like Ross, So Andy Green's going to sort of do the honors with Chris, you know, presenting him with whatever and then and then you know he'll He'll certainly get some standing ovations. Um, you know, I was thinking about his legacy. If you want to talk about that a little bit. Yeah. What is it? I mean, it's like it's a five year, six year run, is it? I mean, what the World Series and an M v. P. What is the legacy? Yeah, You know, I feel like in years to come. It's going to have a girl stares like fight to it A short but really good career and subways also impacted by injuries. I mean, Sarah's had a retired because of injuries. Chris just had a couple wonky years here because of some nagging injuries. If you think about seven years here, but not quite seven, right because he was traded this year for really solid years. 15 16 17 19. 18 a little wonky because of the shoulder injury. 20 was a little strange because he had injuries, and it's just 60 game season And then he traded this year, So in some ways, it's a four solid your career here, and that's it. But it was really, really good. Um, you know, I think one thing he's proven what couple of things you screwing that when he's healthy, he's a dangerous, dangerous hitter. But the nagging injuries kind of brought him down a little bit here and there. That's number one number two in watching all these games in his career spring training, I saw him in the folly. I really believe in the Cubs lineup at its most dangerous He was pitched the most careful. I talked to Andy Green about this just a little bit ago. Like I think he was the guy opponents spent the most time on think of hobby bias, Okay? Don't hang a slider to hobby move on to the next guy that's about, but I really think he was pitched the most careful, and I also think that's why he kind of got screwed by umpire is probably the most they were. Nibali Pictures were nibbling so much with him that he would have a lot of claws go against him on the on the outside corner of the plate. But I really think he took the time of the opposing pitching coach and strategist, the most so really dangerous hitter with aniline, especially in healthy. I think that goes without saying and certainly 15 16 17. Just dominant, right? I just thought he was home Fame Lifetime card, And then a couple of the injuries popped up in the contract didn't work out, so that's kind of my view of his whole legacy. He's plus 3 80 to homer today. By the way, boys, is that a good bet? Well, it's a great matchup. Kyle Hendricks. You know these guys that we tried so well, um and E. One and E. Greenwood, not handicap. I asked him who's got the advantage. Bryant only faced him in In a live bps in spring training, which means nothing but Hendrix gives up home runs. Let's face it does given up on runs. It's not a bad play at all. Um and, uh, you know, uh, yeah. You know, I would take it. Why not? Like, you know, he would love to put the wind like Yeah. What's the window? Uh, it's going out. But not much. Not much, I guess. 7 to 10 Miles. Is centered to write a little bit, but it's pretty still right now. Pretty still, it's only 100 plate appearances. You mentioned Schwarber. Both teams in town, Brian's back on the north side of the Giants, Schwarber and Sailor Boat back. But speaking of the former Cubs short was back on the South Side. Small sample, Jess. It's only 100 plate appearances with the Red Sox, but he's been unbelievable. I mean, he's really had a good year before he got hurt. He caught fire in Washington. Then he gets traded. I think he might have had a quick did he have covid when he got traded? Was there like a delay to his start to know he was hurt? He had a he had a knee injury. That's what it was okay, but he's been great in the 25 games or so he's played for them has been outstanding. The covid like sweeping through the Red Sox, though, what you know, say only announced today you've got this hunter Renfroe strings thing where he told the EI that like they're not testing them anymore, and baseball almost lost its mind, saying, That's not true. What's happening with the Red Sox? Yeah, I mean, look, if they don't make the playoffs, you can fans are going to point to the the outbreaks that they've had. And rightly so. When, when a guy like Chris sales most decisions. Is missing starting the stretch run. I don't really don't know what she tells about the not testing thing. I know people who lead a lot, and I'm sure there's some miscommunication there. There's no way they told them stop testing. There's just no way. But maybe they said, tested a different time of day and Hunter Renfroe took that, as stopped testing, so I really don't know the details. Maybe I'm going to talk to shorts when I get over there and some of the other Red Sox And obviously Chris Sale won't be there which obviously good for the White Sox this weekend, even though it would have been a cool matchup to see him on the field. But, um, I I'll say this about the White Sox, I think You know the last road trip? September West Coast You're playing without Tim Anderson you're playing about without your lawyer. I'll give a break. In fact, I don't I'm not bothered by the record against plus 500 teams. It's not that big of a deal. It's not like they're 20 under there like five under, and sometimes it's circumstance. Is there any doubt that the socks have as good a chance as any to go to the World Series? Yes, is there is there Is there also an argument to be made? They could be out in the first round? Absolutely. That's the beauty of the playoffs. They're damn good enough to go far and they're also have some Moments where they could, you know, show up and they'll be out in the first round. Like I think you would agree with that..

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"andy greene" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

05:22 min | 2 months ago

"andy greene" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Download the points bet app now and then stop by Hawthorne Race course to register your accounts. Normally we would turn it over to Danny's Letterman but due to the Jewish holiday, Tyler AQI is sitting in and he will play the role of EMC today. I'm Jeff Miller, along with Brian Hanley were in for Cap and Jay Hood today. Tyler. I sent it over to you. Good morning, gentlemen. How are we doing? Doing well, Tyler doing very well. All right. So let's start with this one. I don't know if you guys are still watching your Chicago cubs these days, but Frank to take he he was phenomenal this past weekend he had. What was it four walk off hits for or go ahead RBS for this Cubs team, So I ask you shot or no shot. Frank Swindle will be on this Cubs roster. When this team is a playoff caliber team again. Who he throws in the disclaimer there at the end, which completely changes the question, Brian you the longtime Cubs fan, I'll defer to you first. Well, tell me it's not a full rebuild jet said Don't use that word, but I think everyone's using that word. Is it three years is that two years are they going to spend in the off season? He's what 30 he's 29. He will be, Uh, yeah, he'll be 30 next season, his age 30 next season. Okay, so I will say he said he's working on his defense. Uh, the Hey, he's worth the price of admission right now just is yes. Yes, We can also there and snicker at the Cubs, but I didn't see a seven game winning streak coming for consecutive game winning hits. Or swindle, and I said, You guys are in the eye dot open and I don't think I've ever seen that in my lifetime from anybody, let alone a guy who we didn't even know it's going to be part of the same that to be in the season. So I'm gonna say shot of. If you're talking about contending for wild card or something along those lines, I think Given the division. It's not all that I would say within three years, they could certainly beyond the periphery and pushing for a wild card. So I will say shop and I got does remind you to start seeing motorcycles. Motorcycle safety is everyone's responsibility. Learn more at life or death, Illinois Dot com Swindle and the Cubs. When will they actually be a play out? Do you see Contender contending for playoff caliber Team playoff caliber caliber team? All right, So when you say caliber that makes me think that they're basically in the playoffs at that point, and I don't see the Cubs as a Playoff caliber team for at least Three seasons. I think the next two seasons, Brian, I think they're they're It's they're building the foundation up. And I will say, uh, I'm going to say not as a regular, So you know, I'm gonna parse my words here. I'm going to say no shot to being in the starting lineup shot. He could be, though a bench player. For them when they're caliber, So maybe I just, you know, straddled the fence there. Unfortunately. What was the last time someone had four consecutive game winning hits? Do we know? So you know, I think Jr Strauss had this nugget for us earlier today, it out on this debt. Earlier, Jesse tweeted it earlier. It was the first time that a player has had Game winning R B I in the sixth inning or later, four games in a row since Orlando Cepeda did it in 1967. She Yeah. I mean, I was alive, but I don't remember being on my radar at them. What are the chances, though? I mean, that's such a tremendous opportunity to come up in that situation four days in a row and to come through that guy, I mean, he's hot. Yes, Andy Greene said. They were snickering in the dugout is like, Can you believe this? He has another opportunity and And apparently, you know, Frank, The big hurt has no issues of nervousness. He goes up and just delivers. God bless. I mean, it's been wait. Did you just give him? Did you give him Frank Thomas's nickname now? Yes, I did. He hit the Did he hit the video screen? On What field Yesterday? Three games ago? Yes. I believe that's correct. I love this. Jeff. He is. He hit five homers in six games, right? And our buddy Fred Hubner. Yes, man Saturday. The one game I think, he said one day me he better for swindled to hit a home run on his sports book app. What's the one gave me didn't hit a home run, and I said, I believe that's the first step of the 12 Step program. When you admit you better you bet on swindle to hit a home run. Five bucks 10 bucks on that. That is a A great point. Freddie must Hubner betting on swindle the homer yet again, swindle now hitting 3 43 with 11 homers and an O P s of 10 36. Jeez, it's I believe crashing it Frank, the tank. Tyler, what we've got, all right. So the Saints have signed Desmond Trufant, who the Bears cut in training camp earlier this season, So I ask you Will the bears regret shot or no shot? The Bears will regret letting go of Desmond Trufant, given their current cornerbacks situation. I would say that's a no shot, even though they I think they were hopeful that they could get him to resign. The truth is that I don't think Desmond. True fight is going to be the reason whether or not this second, if you're if you're moving to backup corners at that point, Drew Ted Desmond Trufant was not going to be the guy who was going to be the elixir to the problem in my opinion..

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"andy greene" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

07:37 min | 2 months ago

"andy greene" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"From stronger Sometimes we'll talk some Blackhawks with us The 11 clock our lot to go over with the great beat writer of the Sun Times who does great reporting on the Blackhawks. And this guy does the best reporting on baseball and tone. He is our guy, Jessie Rogers. And I'm wondering what we find Jesse doing on a Sunday morning on Labor Day wage chess. Good morning, guys. Yet, thanks to one David Ross. It just took a rapid covid tests and Hopefully it comes back. It comes back clear because I'm actually gonna sit in the stands with my daughter and her friends today at Wrigley. Everyone else. I guess that was around. Ross tested negative. I was around him on Thursday. He's you know, declared positive on Friday, and so I waited a couple days took the rapid test. But if you don't seem at Wrigley Field, you know why it's a positive, but I'm I'm assuming it's negative, but the good news is that he is asymptomatic, right, Andy Greene said. There's I mean, he wouldn't even know that he was sick. Had you not taken the test, right? I mean there was infected anyway, because he's not sick. He's And Andy Green made it really was adamant about How much being vaccinated, you know, keeps everybody is safe, and I mean he didn't go after the unvaccinated people in the clubhouse, But we know what they're in there, but he basically said Yes. If you're vaccinated, you're going to be held a lot better off than if you're not vaccinated If you do get infected. Yeah. I mean, he was basically quoting the science. You know that we've all learned through all this stuff with the vaccines. So, Yeah, I think Hoyer and Ross are not in any sort of trouble. Health wise. And and it would probably behoove players that are in vaccinated to take it, But it's not something that's that's mandated. We'll see if during the off season the union and the league, get together and say yes. Going to mandate it to players, like other employers are that's yet to be known. But right now it sounds like he's fine. He's only yard. Uh, late night. Snacking is what Andy Green said of David Ross. Right now, that's that's that's what Covid has done to him. He's at home eating late night, which is not a good thing for him. And that just goes to show you how, uh, you know this is really transmissible and how highly contagious this is because I'm sure David Ross and Jed We're being very careful. Yeah, they were and they were vaccinated. So they had some, You know, Restrictions. Loosen. I'm look, Hoyer. And and and David Ross meet daily, Right, certainly, after every game they meet, I'm sure before the game, I'm assuming they were in the office together and that you know, one gave it to the other, And that's just the I'm assuming. It's just not a coincidence that they both got it separately. I would think one gave it to the other and, you know, I asked Andy Green if they were worried because Ross interacts with all the players on a daily basis. I don't think Jed Hoyer necessarily does. But so far, none of the players have tested positive so Obviously, the daily or every other day testing that the league does helped out, you know, get Ross and Hoyer out of circulation there, and things are okay with the players. Um, as as they move this thing forward, but it's still going to be what another week Before David lost manages again, You know, Mark Sanders said something in the last hour about how it's an audition for these guys on the Cubs team and you know to their to their credit, the five game win streak. Lot of hustle being shown. You know, they've come back. They've done it and exciting and entertaining ways. But the question is that we still have a question on the table about what does that mean for guys like swindle or wisdom or You know some of these other guys, uh, in big picture. I mean, whatever successes they have this year is that enough time in this regular season two showed the front office to show the coaching staff. That you know, Wisdom is 30 years old that these are legit Major league players now and that you can start penciling him, penciling them in our ranking them and when you start, adding hopefully free agents and start trying to contend to get Yeah. I mean, that's the million dollar question and I don't think anybody knows the answer this until they they, you know, sort of get into next year and stuff. But you have to prepare for next year. My point being in terms of them sustaining the success like there's just no way to know, right. We talked about this last week. Brian most 30 Year olds Don't Find their game and have great careers starting at 30, right? Right. But are they serviceable? Are they stopgaps? That's possible. Let's say they need to find a position players, okay? I mean, not saying we know that's what you have to find. Well, we have one in Wilson prayers to be still around. Nick Magical to me those the only two starters on this team right now, he might say in halves playing his way into it. And Jason Heyward is still there. But for all practical purposes, they have to find six position players. Let's say they start. Spring training with Swindell at first Ortega and center and Wisdom at third. That's three. Now you have to find three more. I'd say they go out and sign a shortstop. That's one Um Probably go out and sign one more outfielder. That's too and maybe give the 3rd 1 2.5 because Jason Heyward is not an everyday guys. What I'm saying is, at the very least you could call them stopgaps. For the 2022 season, and if they somehow do sustain this thing, and they are blossoming at an older age, Okay, well, then we'll address that at the time, but you certainly aren't signing any of them up to five year deals. Not that you have to. It's you know, under team control and things like that. So, um, yeah, I think Brian that at the very least you could call them stopgaps, but but not necessarily invest in them as your starters, as you contend in the next run whenever that is. And, uh and frankly, it's a first baseman falls in your lap. You're certainly not going to say no to them for Frank Swindle. I just don't think you can do that when you're talking about 29 30 year old players, So that's kind of how I do it. They at least played themselves into earning spots as stopgaps, but nothing necessarily more than that right now, Jesse, you and I talked last week about Contreras and I was pretty surprised to hear that you thought that he may be dealt Are you still feeling that way? Because you know they are so thin and you mentioned if they kept him. He's one of two that maybe we really have a lock. On being a, You know, a big asset next year. Look, by definition. When the guy gets that close to free agency, two things are likely to happen. And certainly the you know, the Cubs don't want to get burned again by a guy. Nearly getting to free agency and then you don't get as much firm in the trade market so two things. Should happen. Either he signs up or he's traded. You're right. You don't want them starting to play in his final year without a contract and without any sort of decision on his future, So I think by definition, he could be traded and just the idea that Okay. Do we invest in him? Sort of big money. We're not ready to win. By the time we get ready to win. Is he wearing down is a 30 year old plus catcher. Uh, you know, minus Salvy Perez. Most guys in their 32 depositions start to wear down, So I think that's why just by definition, you have to think, okay, he could be on the market, and I think that's the case anyway. Because he's been on the market in the past different circumstance now, right? None of those stars veterans are around. So maybe that means he's more likely to stay. But I I think it's a 50 50 call that Willson Contreras. Starts the season on the roster next year and again. I think that's just common sense on one end and also just the idea that they they might want to move on because of his age and everything else, so I think there's a couple of factors that might point them. Possibly moving on on the North side. I did. There's any pause for cause in terms of guys account on his cattle, Hendrix and he said..

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"andy greene" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

31 Thoughts: The Podcast

07:04 min | 5 months ago

"andy greene" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

"Clip from the from the closing press conference at the islanders lost the tampa bay lightning game seven mathew barzal with brock nelson At the podium really trying to keep it together and fighting back his emotions as best as he could never referencing veterans. Like andy greene see. I'm always interested in hearing young people talk about a stanley cup. Experience and older players talk about her stanley cup. Experience and the older players tend to generally cherish it more knowing how much it takes to get there and how long it takes and younger players. And we're talking to brad marchand hockey night in canada radio once After his bruins had won the stanley cup in two thousand eleven and it very much felt like in his voice in his mind. He thought well we're gonna win like three or four more of these things and he still still chasing it. Hearing mathew barzal talk the way that he did already at the age of twenty four is young guy he understands how getting there is really hard and he's been close a couple of times and listen to his voice in how he talks. You almost get the sense that he's wondering and my ever going to get this close again. What did you think of ourselves presser. You asked if he was coming of age. I don't know if i agree with that. I think it's just who he is. I think he really cares. Oh for sure this whole thing. You know you battle with your coach. Sometimes you know trotz has battled to get more out of them barzal. I'm sure his battle with trotz before it doesn't mean they both don't care or they don't have the best in mind for each other. It just means that trotz has enormous belief in what barzal can become and sometimes like a father with a son you have to discipline them in ways to make them get to that next level brazil to me. I loved watching him. These playoffs he competed. I never questioned his competitive ability or willingness to compete. I think there were times where he was so creative. The other honors in the ice didn't know what to do with it. And i think that's kind of what happened. Is i saw a lot of times. That teams against him tried to take away his passing options like he went in and he'd make a great entry or recreate some room and then it was almost like they said. You think you're passing anyone else. You're not passing the anyone else. And one of the things. People have told barzal as he has to be more selfish because people see that they see. He's a pass first guy and as a result if you take away his options sometimes. He's not as dangerous. But i think he's worked hard to improve all of that. I thought he competed a ton. Oy and i saw a guy who was devastated in the moment. So i don't think he mature that answer shows a maturity or anything like that. I just think it shows how much he cares whether we ever doubt that. Barzal wants to be an islanders proud to be nylander. He clearly really loves his teammates that he went out of his way to talk about guys. Like josh bailey. And andy greene. Who might never get this chance again like to me. It's not about him. It's about the group and I mean the way he played showed me how much he cared. And i'm sure he's going to be thinking about that one that hopped over his stick killer And that's that's tough. It's not your fault it's nothing you did but it just sits with you. Yeah ice man. I really you look at it and you say it's it's late night period and that's ice. That's not you know. I really thought after game five. If the islanders god through the first twenty minutes relatively unscathed they were going to win. The game and i just remembered the intermission thinking at the first remission thinking. The islanders are going to win this and of course. They gave up the shorthanded goal and and they lost. But i i gotta tell you. There was a time after one period. I said that's exactly what the allders needed. And they're going to win this game. And and i think know that even though they didn't get a lot of chances the lightning were as good as they were. I'm betting they felt the same thing after game. Five where they were down three nothing after one they thought if they get out of the first period scoreless they're gonna find a way to win We should point out as well. I know or reality of sports and you just deal with them. But all that without anders lee a remarkable achievement for the For the islanders at various times that we've talked plenty about mathew barzal. We've talked about ryan pool ach And the shot. Eller talked about adam. Pelech you know the emerging you know Sneaky norris trophy candidate Whose names should pop up on some ballots. Who else stood out for you from this. Entire islanders not justice series against tampa but from the entire run as far back. As you wanna go maybe even into the regular season who jumped out for you mayfield. And not just because of everything that happened in game six. I just think that scott mayfield as come from. You're you're almost disrespecting him by saying nowhere but nowhere to become a really effective player a really good player. Nobody thought he would be what he's turned into and he's turned into a heck of a player. I think mayfield would be that guy for me. I think beauvillier is a really improved player. But i if. I had to say one person i would say mayfield. So what now then for the new york. Islanders number of unrestricted free agents The trade deadline guys cow paul travis. Travesty jack a mainstay on the fourth line. In cases ezekiel unrestricted. Free agent there as well We talked about mentioned. Andy greene a couple of moments ago. He's a ufa some restricted Including ilias sarokin pollock Anthony pavilion michael cole. What happens now with the islanders. Well i called lula morello earlier on saturday. He told me everything he was to do. Starting with who's getting q. Oh yeah that sounds like glue for sure. So what are you saying. He told me every step of the way. Think you've ever said on this podcast. Great so there's some people who drove off the road hearing that. Well i look at this way. I would be surprised if they didn't have a good idea. Sarokin a restricted free agent right. Yes and after. He came over from russia. I would be very surprised if they didn't have a decent idea of what his second contract was going to look like. So that's one thing to me. The most important guy you have to deal with is paddock. He's a restricted free agent with our bright. He's one year away from unrestricted free agency. He's.

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"andy greene" Discussed on The Watch

The Watch

07:05 min | 5 months ago

"andy greene" Discussed on The Watch

"We saw last night on top chef. Portland was a disgraced. My gosh so called chef. Andy greene well. Are we call them at chef is just who wants to cook or is it called top chef. Is it a competition anymore. Wow so you feel like they made it to the. That's my kitchen wink. I needed to have a little bit of like by doing some character worked there. Because i think. I'm like sixty five to seventy five percent agree with the take. I just said so. It's like there's a part of me that thinks it's beautiful. What happened last night and top chef so in case anybody just listens to these recaps without actually watching the show it was the semifinal between gabe don and shoda they did a quickfire where they went clam digging with brooke seemed really fun show to cut his hand while making. What was it like a soup. What what did show me adagio. Only when it didn't make a soup know he made like like clam three ways they were sake stewed and also there was a fried element and then gave don made some soups and everybody seemed to have a hard time getting their induction burner working in a rainstorm. But you know everybody goes onto the final on a nation challenged or the elimination challenge. The semi finals see who goes to the final. It is a dungeness crab forward challenge where they go off and they they catch their and crabs. They come back and they're supposed to cook. Crabs two different preparations cold and hot and it looks like every makes some dynamite food no doubt about it and i thought that it was like the perfect dissipation of where each one of those shifts are and who they are like showed a made a purely creative inventive technically miraculously bite of food with the dicon. I thought they looked at least dawn. Had just so much heart and soul poured into her a crab boil gabe doing the stuff with tortillas and like trying to do different like flourishes and elevations of core mexican preparations. And then we get to the end. And there's a there's several things that are being debated by up to twelve different chefs In the judges table not the judges table but the eating table and then they go to a final judges table they award. Shoda wins the elimination challenge. And then they say we've decided nobody is going home congratulations. You're all going to the finale of this decision. I hear your frustrations. My frustration is just that this is the second time this has happened. This season in some ways in a way the iowa byron gauntlet of the tofu tournament and then four last chance kitchen cooks and interestingly enough the people who he was cooking against the last chance kitchen where like we are making it our mission so that he does not come back. Because it's easier to beat for other people than five other people know so i was very surprised. Not that there's like. I expect showed it to be magnanimous. And he obviously loves these people that he's cooking with. I was surprised as she sees show to be like so now. I have to two people in the finale. Well you mean that. He wasn't expressing more not like kind of like So i won this. But i actually didn't get any kind of like advantage for winning or there's no benefit to winning it. Yeah i think. I think that's the strongest argument against this by far And i'd be curious how the was handled because showed is not as we saw with his attempts. Good good natured. Attempts to block gave from ever winning took fire and goodness showed wanted by didn't want no part of byron coming back right showed a kin is competitive and he sometimes will do the thing where you say where you really feel and then shrugs off with good natured laugh. So it's very possible that he expressed some of that and maybe we'll see. Some of it was edited out. Or we'll see next week. I think one of the counters to your well-made point. Is that most of these things as well nate point. I would not go. Toe to toe with. Stephen may chef on any any topic. What about who does what sterling. Sharpen your knives. Yeah i can. I can do better. Maximum keller oh. I like that. That's a little took me second. You understand what i'm doing right now is trying to skip bay leaf. This is all off the dome guys. This is harder than it looks These things these things have both happened before the last chance kitchen gonna which. I was very frustrated by his well happened last year. In the all star season kevin was able to win and got back in the competition. The we can't decide. You guys are all champions. Were going three person. Finale has happened before. I did not have a moment to research which seasons that happened in but i he has jury where i i remember it too. I'm just two weeks ago. I suggested that we were headed there. That there was going to be a week where no one was going to go home Partly because of the the good vibes and the of equal Showed is clearly separated himself but gave. Dawn are certainly able to cook at his level and felt very very equal in terms of their. What happened last night. So these things have happened before. I also can definitely empathize with judges. Which is i want to see. All three of these chefs cook the meal of their lives without restrictions. There is nothing to me. That suggests that they shouldn't have that opportunity. I know the game is the game at the game also mutable and changes week to week and season to season. I also think that the decision may have something to do with the fact that this penalty challenge was too hard. I think it may have just been too hard. But and i know but i mean well. We certainly heard from the chefs themselves being like cooking. Thirteen plates of food not twenty-six bites of food to courses while also cleaning in processing these impossible crabs. Is you know. It's just not really precedent and we saw the effects on like showed a never gets rattled by time or anything right and he used as in devastated one right e-e-exactly and the way never over promise and under deliver like i just never tell the menu person what you should just say sushi and then be like sushi but then don had an error as well which she just bewilderingly owned up to. That was kind of interesting. She didn't need to do that She's almost radically honest when they're like there. Was this mess intentional. She should have been like yes right. Richard richard blaze would have been like yes and also the sauces. So pure you don't need anything dunk into you..

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"andy greene" Discussed on Boomer & Gio

Boomer & Gio

04:32 min | 8 months ago

"andy greene" Discussed on Boomer & Gio

"Right now Lamelo ads zajac and asaka should say palmeri. And you've got two guys with you know playoff experience two guys that lou draft that i believe two guys that are quality players that are two hundred foot players tzakas a guy that can play both power. Play and penalty kill you. Add another center. You add a winger to maybe replace the loss. The losing of anders lee. A great move kind of like ending adding eddie. Andy greene last year. So he's all in you know. Their team is all in the eastern conference final last year. There you comeback. And of course they lose their captain. Anders lee which is a big blow to them. They go out and they try to make sure that the roster can withstand that type of injury by acquiring to players from devil's that should help tremendously and they want to go and try to win a cop you know. It's amazing that's what's going on here for me as a ranger fan standing by watching this between the devils and the islanders great because we play the devils. Four games yeah. That's right coming up so he to win everyone. Let's get as many guys out of there as you can now. It's not good because you gotta play the islanders here this week as well. But it's huge for the islander fan you know this is a franchise when you think about like when the mets would always try to kind of match and try to do things you remember when they traded for stroman shorter they traded for him because they knew there were going to lose wheeler a new there. Were not gonna pay. We are and they knew that they had stroman for another year with his contract is so you had to wheel and deal of. You're the general manager of the mets. Yeah you know. I don't think that would have happened under you know Steve cohen would zach signs. Or maybe they still would have made the trade. I don't know but maybe they maybe they decide not to just give the money at the end of the day. That's how brodie van wagon and had to run his team. That's the way. The islanders used to be run under charles wong when they were always did. They didn't have a new building being built that they didn't have the infusion of cash and always said you know charles did more for the islanders than people realize because he propped up a failing franchise and he tried to do the best he could guard. Snow made a lot of great draft picks over the years. They just could never get over the hump..

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Neil Youngs Lost Classics

Rolling Stone Music Now

01:59 min | 8 months ago

Neil Youngs Lost Classics

"It's neil young's archives volume two thousand nine hundred seventy two two nine hundred seventy six. We have with us ed martos. Andy greene rob sheffield and david brown to talk about this box. Set andy maybe set us up with both the significance of neil young's archives as a thing. Judging by this rate. I guess he is about ten more archives at least to go and then also just this incredible period. I think this is one of my personal one of my favorite periods by any artist. Ever so they have a box focusing on. It is pretty dreamlike. But andy go. It's a really amazing thing. 'cause back in the eighties. He started talking about archives of box sets and it was every interview he gave for years. But he didn't put it out intil. Two thousand seven endows the start of his career through harvest which is great stuff but my favorite period is the mid seventies and this is the period when he wrote songs at a psychotic rate. He wrote songs so fast that there are many albums that he shelved completely and he finally did the seventy two to seventy six. It's ten cds. There sixty three songs had never been heard before which is astounding because skied an album. Or two for your back than antes released the time since then. So this is the mother load of sort of the four best years maybe of his career at a songwriter. And when you think of it being the best four years of one of the best players of all time you start to grasp the significance of this project rob. Maybe you can explain. I presume you agree that this was certainly a peak period enough to agree that peak period for neil. What's great about this period for you of new young. Well this is a period. Where he what is most oft quoted lines ever where he got tired of the middle of the road and he headed for the ditch

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"andy greene" Discussed on The Isles Faithful Podcast

The Isles Faithful Podcast

05:10 min | 11 months ago

"andy greene" Discussed on The Isles Faithful Podcast

"That dobson and wallstrom would more than likely be seeing some time here early in the season and who knows what will happen from there on out. Speaking of defenseman sebastian. Aho making his debut Finally only been two seasons here since we last saw him. No adoption. andy greene thomas. Hickey nicoletti scott mayfield. Adam malik ryan pool. The guy that we forgot to mention here is ilya sarokin. Ilias sarokin obviously came over last of last season. The i guess and the playoffs and was in the bubble with the team for the entire playoff. Run backing up Semyon varlamov this season so the white whale finally here on long island can obviously see what we have out of him which is pretty exciting. Seeing pictures of him in some video of camp over the last couple of weeks is kind of surreal knowing that the what if finn. I hope he comes in. You know that's now. We're going to see what he's made of He's obviously being over there in russia. Doing really well. Winning the gregarious cup playing against men so shouldn't really be that big of an issue for him to jump over especially given his older age. As a you know twenty some odd year old rookie. So we'll see where we go with that once again and The squad which is kind of an interesting thing Keefer bellows austin sarney villa and jacob carrick. But you also had guys like lad down there and A couple of other guys too. So i mean we'll see we'll see what happens with that lad. Obviously they want to get out of that deal like we spoke about earlier. So you never know what's going to happen. They're just to go backwards. A little bit also wanted to touch base on something interesting that the league decided to do for the shortened season especially to try to recoup a little bit of the losses for some of the teams and the league itself due to the pandemic and shutdown and everything else But apparently is going to be a little bit of advertising on helmets..

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"andy greene" Discussed on The Clapper Report

The Clapper Report

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"andy greene" Discussed on The Clapper Report

"So maybe you can kind of fill the gap in with not. I don't wanna say anybody but anybody out there and skate with them. Yeah just me up just me a barrier. I'll be. I got the reach for. I think just about any. Nhl ready player can probably step into that system But you just watch devante go which which brings up another question really quickly. I'll talk about it. Imagine if they knew this news that bush was going to go do you at that point. Granted he signed for four million with colorado. But that's colorado. Would he taken a better deal. Maybe i don't wanna say maybe in the three mill range for the islanders. I mean maybe. I still think that the other team that drafted him still got a few players in needs to resign. You know well that the only issue is barzal. I don't know where they're gonna sign him at. I see some people saying like eight mills. Fair says even like mid seventy s fair for him especially on a bridge. Yeah but then you see other guys will turn million ten. He's got ten million. We know for a fact. He's not getting ten million but you know how low can you go. Can you get him for seven. And then you have eight nine million go ahead. You signed degreen for another million because we're definitely going to need somebody there now. Yeah not on the bottom six. You know you're going to need him in their own. No andy greene entering defensively. Sorry i've got confused. A matt martin. You're gonna to him on your bottom six on that bottom line. Yeah so we can get him for a million says two million there. Let's say you got three million four You know devante as three four five. That loved you forward that and then we want to put latte on the too which is another news. That'd be another five million five six seven eight. So then that leaves you with your seven million for For barzal yeah so like there is definitely a lot more. They could have done it. They would have known that. Butch going to be gone which allegedly through rumor. You know. rumor twitter's they're saying that they didn't know kazakhs. I kind of wish we lived in a world where we knew what was going on with him. I get it to in his case where he wants to go every route possible before making such a decision to sure. He was going to doctors for days and days and days. I don't know man. It sucks it. Sucks with the cap situation. That happened to them but it definitely got alleviated which leaving but then again i mentioned they have a little bit. Who are they going to fill in defensively for cheap. You know a guy like char on the list. No boston teams interested in him. I think there was like three or four. Is the islanders one of them. Apparently he only wants to go to boston. No but apparently they're far away from a deal..

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"andy greene" Discussed on The People's Countryside Environmental Debate Podcast

The People's Countryside Environmental Debate Podcast

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"andy greene" Discussed on The People's Countryside Environmental Debate Podcast

"There was given out of of where these tables were people taking part and if you would want it to grow new guy need round and you see what what they had surplus and tyke it down in its place. Bring in chad. Top of yeah. I then you great you know some of the vegetables and stuff you keep the seeds and itself a apache way in yes gobbling a pretty much free and I personally think that there's lots of joining the war. Second world war. that was dig for victory. Andy greene space. Was i've growing veg-. I remember seeing a green strip of land. Which wasn't there at the time. I'm not old enough to remember the second world war. But i remember. There was a green strip along the frontier of Oh remember you got tower bridge in In the tower of london tariff london the one that was green strip of land out the front of that joined the second world war and that was Used for growing potatoes. How's it funded does need funding p. You know you just grow something for a season ask community for for the seeds. The plants in a way so that sounds like an action already that we we always try and go for an action is. The action is to reach out to the community. Say this is what. I've got an n ask. What have you got an. How can we share. The were saying i said in the previous episode. How the local group here in the flex. The i live in we we share stuff were each other and sometimes it can be some something simple like. I've made a cake. Here's a slice taken. It sounds like such a frivolous thing and not really important to life but then leads onto other things. You know the the the the a couple of our neighbors do have a An allotment and They've always got a little bit too much. They always will give us extra some tomatoes or potatoes. You know. I it kind of that built built that starts to build trust among the community because i see sharing food in some ways is one of the most Humane things you can do but it also is one of the most trust trusting things to go because you're giving something away this. Actually that sustaining you. Keeping you alive yeah To be honest with you edith's question food. Insecurity is an issue. How do we see local growing initiatives filling that gap. Well join the covid situation. Whether or not you agree with the environmental club crisis we might not have to adopt to people's minds so all about local growing i. It's it's an. It's a case filling that gap unit who negatives that's really how we as a as a species became what we are today. You know that's how we you know there's is kind of said that loneliness is one of the biggest killers because being lonely been on your own is actually.

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"andy greene" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"andy greene" Discussed on Pantheon

"Rex. I would think it would be to rex because you know he obviously ran around with Bowie allots and so those circles have to be pretty tight I was able to find him talking on what looks seemed like his own radio show just kind of speaking highly of Marc Bolan and their influence on like the students in his work down seems pretty one to one. Yeah for sure but you know I could see you poppy in like Manner like seem being into nine of sales that would be my other one that I would have thought would not shock me strong shirtless energy between the two of them. Gigi. And Trent resonator on C. Again I'm like imagining them on stage together again is also I've have to refrain Trent Trent Rosner is another guy who ran around with Bowie quite a bit. So like in different eras very, very much I think he's not too up to date with the nineties crowd mid eighties is. Such a resurgence in the nineties that's how I knew him. He's old school. Yeah. So, of course, you'll be talking about two brothers. Next. So our getting into some names where. Is The trainspotting soundtrack GONNA get inducted. That's. Okay. So next we have some names where I'm starting to lose the thread a little bit. How would it be? Gwen Stefani. The only thing that I could find was that her the last no doubt album pushing chauve what had said was like kind of attribute to bands like Depeche mode. At, all the answer is depeche mode like if you think of any kind of like later, no doubt and her solo stuff, the only band that you could even remotely drawn influence from all of these out of is. Like you're for sure without a doubt. No doubt. Some might. Say, what? Yet. It's definitely. That's the sense I get next up. We Have Adam Levine for Maroon five. Why do we have him and? I don't want it. I don't want that. I don't even WanNa entertain with the holidays therefore like I don't know. So here's here's A. Why I I was like I dunno Doobie Beers is, and then I tried to look up some connections and I noticed that in this this sucks and I hope this isn't it but merged Maroon five has done a cover of closer by nine inch nails. used. saw..

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"andy greene" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"andy greene" Discussed on Pantheon

"Best confusing. Then also death tributes to that these people could be a part of also on points. That's true. I guess we we haven't Little Richard. We've got imagine there would be some sort of. Coming in for a little Richard that that's possible it's possible. Did. I mean I don't scramble. I was GONNA. Say Do you think that they've even been able to lock that down because it happened days ago and this was just I think the big problem they're gonNA have with all of this is doing performances when people are in different locations I mean that bans are living apart and I think doing a big tribute to Ben, Halen will be a lot trickier than it would have been normally. I don't know how much this might is going to even be about performance socks or how much will be like documentaries in little speeches. That's the big question I think yes you are breaking Joe's heart right now. I I knew that. But I I don't know there's gotta be. To hear it from someone close to the source says never heard alone I've heard some rumblings that maybe the newbies are not going to play that it's tricky. All Bull I hate to see that that. Gets into it. They were probably the most excited of anybody got. So screwed this year because this was their big fifty. Three year they got my back for a big tour. They have hall of fame finally there's Vegas residency. Had it was it was it was going to be a huge dooby year. This report NEWBIES DUBE'S GETS You a you know here's the thing. I don't hate the Doobie brothers but Great Hall of fame is like Okay and also it's just like the most hall thing to do is put the brothers in and I wouldn't have been mad like Michael McDonald. I would've enjoyed I would have had fun watching him perform I would've enjoyed some sort of fun harmonizing on black water like you can't do that over Zoom My. Maybe. They get what maybe they do it like those high school acapella groups all do where you know like everyone's got a single airport in you get the track from the next person from the next I. I've been told that they don't want that that they think that looks bad and. Are Correct and honestly we're six months into this. My conny like we should have learned like we're passed. Brady bunch screens like no doubt. Okay. Let's. Let's go onto the next name, which is Chris Martin from coldplay. Piano. So what I'm thinking again did a little research was I found out that there's an alternate music video for Viva La Vida director. Style. Barrel through this because I am I going deep. So it was directed by Anton Corbin who famously directed all the depeche mode music videos and that video in particular pays tribute to the enjoy the silence video and he's all dressed up like dave behind and he said about it, this is our attempt at a video cover version made out of love for depeche mode in the genius of Corbin. So he's on the record. Mode? That's my guess guess. Sure? That's I mean I also wouldn't shock me if he was a big t rex fan, he's from the UK there. God's. Light so far on like obvious depeche mode connections and so to me, I'm like Billy Gibbons. Billy Gibbons, yeah. Yeah and maybe Vincent. All right next up is one that I think I can track, which is iggy pop..

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"andy greene" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"andy greene" Discussed on Pantheon

"Yeah he's GonNa cry. Yeah. Probably were you the one that told me or that of we talked about how like electricity acts up around? Did we learn that on this show about how elect electric ex up around? diddy I don't that doesn't seriously. There's like I know. His presence does this sound familiar to you andy? Well. We can cut this, but I have definitely heard and. There's electric is always acting up around diddy and that clocks often malfunction in his presence. Something that one of our guests central us and honestly don't don't put me on record I. Don't want I. Don't want someone coming after me. I'm glad that then there's not an in person induction because I would hate to I mean there's a lot of electric equipment with Tyson Ninety Nail. So that would really that would also just like I'm glad that the ceremony is GonNa it's not GonNa be live, right? Okay because you know who his zoom could go all haywire like. You've got to be careful with. A technical okay. So yeah, he's going to do B I g obviously right next up we have Jennifer Hudson that should be pretty easy. Yeah. She didn't do Whitney and we did talk I mean that's we've talked about her before but I want like she'll probably do the induction nine but I'm like you know. I WANNA, trail of singers I want them to do it like Emmylou Harris style but with soul like. Will we've talked about A. Garrett Kennedy, who's you know the kind of the Whitney Houston expert told us that this is going to be Clive Davis decision. He is kind of anointed Jennifer Hudson as the person to. The apparent to do that. So Deny confirm or deny Clive Davis make sense but I think it's going to be very different this year where there's more than one person as student everybody. The both the speeches and performances because we've got A, we've got a lot of names. They'll be I don't think I. Think she'll also performed though as part of a big. I mean I think it's likely that some of these people on the list and maybe not but it's possible that they're only like talking for. Thirty seconds as part of a montage I think it's my understanding from talking to people. There's going GonNa be sort of many documentaries with new interviews that are a big part of this I liked it. I like it too, and also they'll be able to edit it. So it's like, yes, someone can talk for an hour and they'll just get them being Whitney Whitney we it'll be ten people saying the name in a row, and then we'll get like a snippet about each part of this you know what a voice. Know like all in a row, I can feel I can see where it's headed. And I think it's I think it's an improvement in some ways year, it will definitely be different. There's I've been talking to them and they said the big goal is not to make this feel the same way that always others zoom award ceremonies how like they felt that they want the to be a bit different than these telethons of stuff that we have seen estimates. Yeah. gracelessly innovative rock and roll. Hall. Dubious Okay The next few names are obvious to me but I don't know they'd be obviously kristen. We've got Ringo Starr on the list and he's GonNa do. So we've brought this up before because he directed a concert film for Rex Rex..

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"andy greene" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"andy greene" Discussed on Pantheon

"So while I remembered one right when it started right when we started the episode. So obviously, it's Whitney Houston B. G. T. Rex. Yes. I remembered Oh. God who's the old band the Doobie brothers? and. There's one more. It's on there's two more it's depeche mode. Yeah and there's one more. Yes. It's not a woman. No is the first. Kind of a I know it's not a it's what? A descendant of Depeche mode on some level I would say. Oh nine inch nails. Then, and then this is always a hard one. You know the to non-performance inductees. They are managers They are white guys they are buried. With the hall of fame itself. Truly. Nominating Committee the other ones on the board is Jon. Landau. Is One of the John One and George Martin has already gotten it right? He was not a manager. Was the producer for the Beatles? Okay. Somebody else has one of those names than whose name is early days off. I I like. It's like not on that. Again it is. Okay. So. Let's go through this list. So we've got Bruce springsteen and that should be I'm GonNa have you tried to guess Kristen Oh? Okay. Bruce Bruce springsteen obviously Whitney know. WHO Who's he going for Let me try and remember who is in here. Again is E. T. Rex. No. So remember who the this this is super easy. The, remember the non-performance he's doing Jon Landau John does manager. I forgot about the stupid non-performers he will. He will say something. Dom It's very, very stupid like they can give themselves a little award if they want to. But like we don't need to more white guys in the hall in I, don't care. Make literally do whatever they want. It's fine a little little award for Bruce Springsteen and company again from essentially rolling. Stone in the Rock Hall congratulations as a treat on top of you know platter of cakes on top of a bevy of desserts that they've already gotten and then I'm kind of connecting this also with Don Henley is being is going to be present. So is he for the other guy? Off Irving, his office manager for the Eagles. Straight up looking like my Stepdad. So that that those two I think anyone could have predicted there. The obvious choices for those two guys also another obvious choice. Sean combs diddy himself I. Think everybody knows. G Obviously, and I bet he'll be a big part of some sort of tribute. At the very. On the list and Kim like was who is on the list so we'll work work our way down, but those two are not on the list, but John He is at least giving a.

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"andy greene" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"andy greene" Discussed on Pantheon

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"andy greene" Discussed on AP News

AP News

12:05 min | 2 years ago

"andy greene" Discussed on AP News

"A 10 game winning streak for the Tampa Bay Lightning came to an end as they were defeated by the devils on the road by the final score 3 to one Tampa's Tyler Johnson gave the team a one nothing lead in the second period but that would be the lone scoring for the bolts in the game has Jersey goaltender Louis dimming stopped 26 shots and the 9 doubles Andy Greene tied the game one to one and Travis Ajax corporate proved to be the game winner to close out the second period we've been able to smother some teams and and and play with the puck little Marin and answering these games are starting to get more more confidence in situations and we're making making better place and smarter plays for the devils was their second one of the weekend over one of the top Eastern Conference teams coming off a road victory over the Washington Capitals on Saturday my point already New York New Jersey

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"andy greene" Discussed on AP News

AP News

12:05 min | 2 years ago

"andy greene" Discussed on AP News

"A 10 game winning streak for the Tampa Bay Lightning came to an end as they were defeated by the devils on the road by the final score 3 to one Tampa's Tyler Johnson gave the team a one nothing lead in the second period but that would be the lone scoring for the bolts in the game has Jersey goaltender Louis dimming stopped 26 shots and the 9 doubles Andy Greene tied the game one to one and Travis Ajax corporate proved to be the game winner to close out the second period we've been able to smother some teams and and and play with the puck little Marin and answering these games are starting to get more more confidence in situations and we're making making better place and smarter plays for the devils was their second one of the weekend over one of the top Eastern Conference teams coming off a road victory over the Washington Capitals on Saturday my point already New York New Jersey

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Devils end Lightning team record tying 10-game win streak

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

Devils end Lightning team record tying 10-game win streak

"A ten game winning streak for the Tampa Bay Lightning came to an end as they were defeated by the devils on the road by the final score three to one Tampa's Tyler Johnson gave the team a one nothing lead in the second period but that would be the lone scoring for the bolts in the game has Jersey goaltender Louis dimming stopped twenty six shots and the nine doubles Andy Greene tied the game one to one and Travis Ajax corporate proved to be the game winner to close out the second period we've been able to smother some teams and and and play with the puck little Marin and answering these games are starting to get more more confidence in situations and we're making making better place and smarter plays for the devils was their second one of the weekend over one of the top Eastern Conference teams coming off a road victory over the Washington Capitals on Saturday my point already New York New Jersey

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Devils end Lightning team record tying 10-game win streak

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

Devils end Lightning team record tying 10-game win streak

"A ten game winning streak for the Tampa Bay Lightning came to an end as they were defeated by the devils on the road by the final score three to one Tampa's Tyler Johnson gave the team a one nothing lead in the second period but that would be the lone scoring for the bolts in the game has Jersey goaltender Louis dimming stopped twenty six shots and the nine doubles Andy Greene tied the game one to one and Travis Ajax corporate proved to be the game winner to close out the second period we've been able to smother some teams and and and play with the puck little Marin and answering these games are starting to get more more confidence in situations and we're making making better place and smarter plays for the devils was their second one of the weekend over one of the top Eastern Conference teams coming off a road victory over the Washington Capitals on Saturday my point already New York New Jersey

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"andy greene" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

09:55 min | 2 years ago

"andy greene" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"About how they got to the person that they eventually chose to drive this thing and as you can imagine it's not a decision that they take lately had something that you know you have to be chosen for and there's more of a process to it and then what you might think and and I'll get to that in just a second but we've already mentioned who this is who the driver is on his name is Andy green and Andy Greene was born in war work share he's an English born wing commander for the Royal Air Force he's a fighter pilot and it kind of makes sense that they went to a fighter pilot for this instead of a driver I mean this thing is is more or less like a jet on the ground really with wheels and and that's really sensually what is so he has quite a bit of experience operating vehicles that you know are powered by jets and and has you know the know how and the and the ability to control these types of vehicles at these types of speeds he's a good choice and you'll find out why in just a second as we go we go through this but I do want to tell you that the the one of the founders of the company here the one that you know the thrust SSC the the initiative to go supersonic in a vehicle his name is Richard noble and I mention Richard was the current record holder he is the you know the guy that drove the vehicle that was called the thrust to back in nineteen eighty three to his own land speed record on one that Andy would eventually break in this vehicle and so Richard was a course heavily involved with the choice of who would be behind the wheel for this one and you know it initially was thought that maybe Richard would do it himself the Richard decided that he needed somebody that had. even more skill than he had with this and maybe he was getting a little too old I don't know exactly what he's thinking but he needed somebody that had what he called exceptional skills in order to be able to achieve this goal and so he decided that he didn't have the skills to do this one which is pretty incredible to begin with and they needed a driver the reality is that they went to somebody you know they went to a lot of people that had experience going fast and so they they selected a group of about thirty people will thirty people apply to thirty people wanted to do it they might have gone to more than that but thirty people did apply for this and you'll find it as you might expect all drag racers all pilots that that applied but they did have to kind of decide how they're going to Whittle down this group in this of the most obvious thing to do was to give them all a sandy test and then and take the ones. this is kind of funny it did this is like a tongue in cheek thing but they said the most obvious thing to do is give them the sanity test and then take the ones who failed which I have understood. to drive a car so you know super sonic on on land as it's it definitely take someone whose a little bit out of their mind right but that I want to say too much about in these mental state at this point but I think he's fine everybody had he's fine we'll we'll find out what he went through just a moment but the fact that you again the thirty were first Nero down to about sixteen and they were given a lot of different intelligence and personality tests along the way so you know it's not just now I'm getting behind the wheel and see what you could do that was a big part of it of course they took him to several different circuits and allow them to drive you know formal race cars and all kinds of crazy things like that allow them to you know kind of show what they have for their skills behind the wheel but a lot of it was intelligence and personality tests and the reason is that they were trying to find someone that was very analytical somebody that could be trusted to make changes not only on the fly but be able to be able to help the team to be able to contribute the most to you know solving problems and and controlling the vehicle and a you know it kind of had to be a well rounded person somebody that could do all of these things all at once and do them quickly and efficiently and you know just make sure that they could trust this person's opinion as well you know that you know the recommendations of the give were were were spot on so once they got down to finally eight months they you know they will down again from thirty to sixteen downed agent when they got to eight here's the interesting thing is that only pilots remained at this point they they remained in the top eight spots so all the directories hers and some of the pilots were gone at this point so it would be is it down to just pilots at that point it turns out that they were the ones who can kind of handle like the extreme stress and discomfort and one way that they did this was they put them through a couple surprise test so they had a couple days a couple of nights where they're at this place they got the call the the center of human sciences and the team they spent a lot of time you know working on with them training and you know how they would deal with the you know the the the hot desert environment and how that would affect their mental capacity and you know whether or not they would affect them as far as you know like you know. of the decisions that they would make and as a surprise they were kept awake all night one night in the in he chamber they they put them all in he chamber and they were filmed at various times they were given computer based test at a different intervals and they were kind of that tested at that point to see how they dealt with like fatigue and stress and know how the performance was was measured at that point based on all the stuff that they were they were subjecting them to and a couple of the people you know they were there were maybe three or four people that kind of rose to the top during that and then you know after that then they did some more driving testing and just on and on and on they did they they finally got to the point where just one man out of all these contenders finally comes out on top and again it was this British Royal Air Force jet fighter pilot by the name of Andy green and Andy green and I think I mentioned this already but he was born in nineteen sixty two in nineteen ninety eight so here after this record was made he was made an officer of the order of the British Empire which is that prestigious award if you're looking for more information about Indy green and and I think you might be after you've got to find out exactly what he had to go through with all this you know for this this to this record attempt in thrust SSC you could find it all over the place of course there's the thrust SSC website to go to it's just thrust SSC dot com yeah actually just do a keyword search for him in Google you'll find a lot of information about him everywhere he's done many talks of course there's there's documentaries about him in fact I watch one is really really fascinating there is there's one that was actually a cockpit recording of the day that he made the final run the the one that was the record breaking run it's just really interesting he also is in the shop talking about it in front of another vehicle this is one of the most fascinating bits of of footage that I found of any green it because it combines both what he did in the vehicle and you know him outside of the vehicle being able to kind of like calmly describe what's happening at we had what points and it's just it's really interesting because you know he tells you exactly how he begins the run how. no he's getting up to speed what's happening at the time the radio commands that are going back and forth between him and you know the the base camp or whatever they call the the camp and of people that are there watching this whole thing from a distance of course but it's it's fascinating to see how he brings the vehicle up to speed and and that's a loan that is interesting because it doesn't just take off like a like a rocket like you would think it would get to slowly creep up to speed so that all of the the debris from the desert you know the rocks in the sand and all that doesn't get into the engines there's a certain point I think it's about eighty to eighty miles an hour you can start to really kind of you know open it up and let it go and then the speed comes incrementally faster I mean it's it's amazing how quickly this thing it gets up to speed once at speed how quickly it gains speed but it's it again it's interesting to to watch an there's a series of gauges on the on the dash that are in front of you actually the the view out the windshield is dead it's difficult to see I I would guess it would be difficult for him as well he's mostly doing this by gauges and a little bit by sight but he's got his hands on the wheel and it's it's not a typical steering wheels not round it's got it's kind of a yoke design almost answered as it left and right hand and at some point and he's gone incredibly fast at this point still gaining speed the vehicle does start to track a little bit off it's not exactly on the line it is supposed to be on and he's talking about this very calmly when he's in the shop but you know in the car he's just as common it's so impressive because here's what happens the nose of the vehicle I can't remember which direction it's headed I believe it's headed you know off one one direction of the other by several degrees and he's got a we have so much steering input into this thing you would think it would just be you know you know mashing the throttle forward and hang it on and just going straight that's it but now he's he's there's a lot of input on the steering wheel by Andy green and a lot of effort put in you know with with what he's doing controlling all this at one point he has gotten ninety degrees of input into the steering wheel so is I believe it's his left hand is on the tight like he's made a. a ninety degree turn of the wheel he's got his left hand on top of the it's it's you know in the in the twelve o'clock position instead of being over at the nine o'clock position that's how much steering input he's and he's got into this thing and he's traveling again it more than five or miles arm faster than you know a commercial jet would travel here he's on the ground on that day as in like a sandy sandy service in a vehicle with with you know with metal wheels to jet engines that are that are full throttle it's just it's it's an unbelievable moment and he maintains control and regains control and then completes the run it's it's so impressive to watch and it's a more impressive to see how he is able to control the situation and keep it you know keep it all kind of reigned in he's a he's so calm under pressure that's in that's exactly one of the reasons why they chose him and why some of those tests that they gave him early on the intelligence tests the kind of the analytical things you know the the personality tests all that they knew that you know if something like that did happen he wouldn't just simply give up and you know that's it he may be tried to maintain control he tries to you know fight to get back into control any does so and then makes a successful and its culture impressive it really is to to watch how calm and collected this guy is under pressure and begin to to watch the final run him just to describe the process of you know that the ramp up the flying mile the shut down and then he'd have to turn the car around you know its hundred eighty degrees and go back.

Andy Greene Andy green hundred eighty degrees ninety degree eight months