11 Burst results for "Anton Lundell"

"anton lundell" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:28 min | 4 months ago

"anton lundell" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Opposition And I think the lady has got to do what they've been doing They've been blocking a lot of shots Yeah sacrificing I've never seen even with the two Stanley Cup champions in a row I never seen so much sacrifice from the players as I've seen already in this series alone Blocking shots and doing whatever they could do It's been fascinating to me and that's been really rewarding also The Panthers have made a lineup change Maxine mammon who played in the last couple of games with their series against Washington but did not play in the first two games comes in Not shocking that he's in and he played about half the games during the regular season this year and got into a couple of playoff games in the first run series I guess I'm a little surprised that Anton lundell was the guy they pulled out who's been a very reliable third line center for them but he is a rookie and Andrew Burnett has the finger on the pulse of his team His finger on the pulse of the team he obviously felt that this was the move that would make the most sense for their team That's what they get paid to big box for to make decisions like that and you know I like lindell and deluge Heck of a player I think and it's going to be a good player and he's one of their better penalty killers but are they worried about that as much as putting the puck past into us Yeah ma'am it's bigger and bigger And what have you so we'll see but the lightning play their game they can win the game I mean just play their game And it's like I told a good friend of mine Vasi makes the importance saves We win He doesn't the goal he doesn't make the game is complicated right And it's the same thing with Baba Rossi And the other Nat makes the great important saves Doctors have a chance to win Glossy makes the important thing The lightning have a chance to win On the lightning side no line of changes although there was some concern even heading into the warm ups that we just saw completed that Brandon Hagel may not be able to play Hegel was one of those guys who blocked a shot In game two but it looks like more than it looks like he is in We got the lineup So he is going to give it a go in the lightning again going with the 11 forward 7 defenseman lineup configuration Why not It works It's been working working well In the first period Andre vasilevskiy defends the net to our left lighting skate left to right in their home blue jerseys white numbers Sergei borowski is in the goal to our right Panthers move right to left in the first and the road white jerseys with black numbers and red trim this lightning season is presented by advent health the official help and wellness partner of the Tampa Bay lightning and the officials Phil The referees tonight we have Dan o'rourke and Frederick Lee courier and the Lions men are Steve Barton and Ryan daisy All right a game free matinee the teams will play a back to back for games three and four game four tomorrow night so it's gonna be more than 24 hours We guess unless we have a really long one today with overtime But it's not gonna be quite like a traditional back to back but still games that consecutive days for the lightning and Panthers.

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"anton lundell" Discussed on The Hockey PDOcast

The Hockey PDOcast

02:31 min | 5 months ago

"anton lundell" Discussed on The Hockey PDOcast

"And they scored ten goals in that time. And didn't give up a single shorthanded one yet either for all the concern about being vulnerable defensively if you do so. So yeah, I love it. I love that aggression. And I would love to selfishly, you know, we say we don't root for, we don't root for teams or whatever we root for stories, we players, we root for just that sort of stuff more. So I think this is a great story for this Panthers team to be rewarded with this statistical profile, right? All the time. I would tweet these remarkable stats of what they're doing offensively. They haven't been shut out yet this season. They've scored 6 plus goals more times than they've been held under three. And a depressing amount of people, like their first inclination to respond to that. Yeah. Oh, well, let's see. Let's see them win in the playoffs before we start, you know, crowding them before we start celebrating this. And it's like, those are two completely separate thoughts, but I would love to see this type of strategy. And I know what's gonna happen, right? A base succeeded they win a couple rounds if they win a cup, whatever. There's gonna be, oh, well, they go, of course, they got Ben sherrod. Of course they added a lot of meat compared to last year. They become more physical. And people are always gonna see what they wanna see, right? And push that whatever agenda they want. But I think unequivocally, especially with how aggressively they play offensively, like this is something that we should aspire to across the league and it's something that hopefully people will notice and be like, how can we make a Gustav forsling look like an offensive dynamo, you know what I mean as opposed to being like, we need to play a certain way where everyone has a very specific role and we have offensive and defensive players like they just try to have as many good players as they can. If this is a copycat league and most pro leagues are, I'd like teeth to try to copy them. Yeah. Because I want more teams up by the way, two more guys that I like in Florida that maybe people don't appreciate. I think Anton lundell, how do you play a full year? He would not have won the caller, but Lars Eller, I guess, is the third line center there in wash. He's good. I like him as a player, as well as mason marchment. I think just sneaky skill. Like for a guy, you're like, oh yeah, he's kind of an up and down energy guy. He's getting dragged up by all other points around him. Then you watch him play in the plays that he makes. The third line there with Sam Reinhart, who's appointee game player on your third line..

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"anton lundell" Discussed on The Hockey PDOcast

The Hockey PDOcast

02:31 min | 5 months ago

"anton lundell" Discussed on The Hockey PDOcast

"And they scored ten goals in that time. And didn't give up a single shorthanded one yet either for all the concern about being vulnerable defensively if you do so. So yeah, I love it. I love that aggression. And I would love to selfishly, you know, we say we don't root for, we don't root for teams or whatever we root for stories, we players, we root for just that sort of stuff more. So I think this is a great story for this Panthers team to be rewarded with this statistical profile, right? All the time. I would tweet these remarkable stats of what they're doing offensively. They haven't been shut out yet this season. They've scored 6 plus goals more times than they've been held under three. And a depressing amount of people, like their first inclination to respond to that. Yeah. Oh, well, let's see. Let's see them win in the playoffs before we start, you know, crowding them before we start celebrating this. And it's like, those are two completely separate thoughts, but I would love to see this type of strategy. And I know what's gonna happen, right? A base succeeded they win a couple rounds if they win a cup, whatever. There's gonna be, oh, well, they go, of course, they got Ben sherrod. Of course they added a lot of meat compared to last year. They become more physical. And people are always gonna see what they wanna see, right? And push that whatever agenda they want. But I think unequivocally, especially with how aggressively they play offensively, like this is something that we should aspire to across the league and it's something that hopefully people will notice and be like, how can we make a Gustav forsling look like an offensive dynamo, you know what I mean as opposed to being like, we need to play a certain way where everyone has a very specific role and we have offensive and defensive players like they just try to have as many good players as they can. If this is a copycat league and most pro leagues are, I'd like teeth to try to copy them. Yeah. Because I want more teams up by the way, two more guys that I like in Florida that maybe people don't appreciate. I think Anton lundell, how do you play a full year? He would not have won the caller, but Lars Eller, I guess, is the third line center there in wash. He's good. I like him as a player, as well as mason marchment. I think just sneaky skill. Like for a guy, you're like, oh yeah, he's kind of an up and down energy guy. He's getting dragged up by all other points around him. Then you watch him play in the plays that he makes. The third line there with Sam Reinhart, who's appointee game player on your third line..

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"anton lundell" Discussed on The Hockey PDOcast

The Hockey PDOcast

06:56 min | 7 months ago

"anton lundell" Discussed on The Hockey PDOcast

"Name is Dimitri fel povich and joining me is my good buddy Jack on Jack, what's going on man? So Dmitri, you've been asking me about the secrets behind the Florida Panthers. I think everybody in the NHL wants to play more like Florida and I think I've kind of figured out why that is. Okay, well, that's great that you got us there. That was going to be the first topic I want to talk about. Well, let's set it up. I think just so people kind of get a feel for what we're going to do on today's show. Usually when I have you on, it's a very open platform. We just kind of talk about whatever's been interesting to us. Usually in between shows we do, we're texting each other, being like, oh, we should talk about this sometime, blah, blah, and then once the list gets long enough we're like, all right, let's just record. And so I've had a bunch of them. We're going to try to kind of nerd out on either style of player strategy or whatever and just talk about a bunch of teams. And the Florida Panthers are certainly the top of my list. And I'm going to give you some stats. Just to set the table and then you can get into your fine kind of findings on it. So as a team, they're scoring nearly 3.5 goals per 60, 5 one 5 this season, which is the highest rate we've seen in the analytics era just ahead of the 2009 ten capitals in the 2018, 19 lightning in all situations on a per 60 basis, the average 4.1 goals, 3.7 expected goals and 37 shots on goal, all of those are also number ones since 2007. They have 5 different players already with 20 goals, which doesn't include Jonathan Hubert, who has 18 of them, but is also on pace for a 116 points. And Aaron ek wat, who, I think it's under talked about because kill McCarthy has been so transcendently good offensively this season and Victor hedman's return to form, and we're just blessed with amazing two way defenseman now, but Aaron ekblad coming back from a brutal devastating leg injury to play at the level he's played out so far is similarly remarkable. He's got 15 goals. He's on pace for nearly a point per game as a defenseman. Anyone that's been paying attention knows about barkov's line and Hubert O's line and we've talked in the past about how they've gotten value from splitting those two guys up. But now they've also got this third line of Sam Reinhart Anton lundell and mason marchment. That just has preposterous on ice dads. I know a lot of it is inflated from that one game against Columbus where mason marchment had a million points. But they've played a 115 minutes together so far. And they're up 17 to three in that time. And it's an interesting use of Sam Ryan, 'cause when they acquired him, I was like, all right, I wonder if he's going to play as the furniture on Hubert O's line, or if he's going to and center it, or if he's going to play on the wing on barkov, and it turns out neither because there have such a wealth of talent and depth that they can afford to kind of split it out this way. So that's all setting it up for you. What have you seen from the Panthers and sort of what do you take away from that? I've kind of seen them coming for the past couple of years now because in the past three seasons they've gone from like a very mediocre offensive team at 5 one 5 to really show signs of becoming elite last year and then just being ridiculously good this year and you know I wrote about them last year on my newsletter and basically it was the roster turnover, right? They've added a lot of guys. We're good off the rush and also they've added a lot of defensemen who are very comfortable jumping to the play. And then this year it just seems like they've kind of done some fine tuning. Some of their players have stepped up. So their newer players and now they're just historically good, which I wouldn't even have expected. And I think that the bedrock of what they're doing is they're doing a lot of damage off the rush. And then once they get into the offensive zone, they kind of take advantage of that confusion to win these retrieval races to extend their ozone possessions and then they attack a lot downhill, which means that instead of having three players down low, they're only having one or two players, but then always having some movement diving toward the net, which is not unique to them. Toronto uses it quite a bit. Colorado's another team that actually predates Florida in this regard, same thing with activating their days off the rush. So they've basically taken, I think, Colorado's playbook from a couple of years ago and kind of pushed it to the limit. Yeah, I would say I'm completely entranced by watching them play with all due respect to the abs who have a remarkable combination of players. I think the Panthers right now are the best show in hockey, just in terms of stylistically the games that they're able to put together. They obviously have a bunch of talented players. And that plays a big role. It's a talent driven league. If you don't have the personnel in the firepower, you can be the best coach in the world, but you're only going to be able to get so much out of them. But I think the bigger functional takeaway here and sort of just kind of looking around the league and talking with people and as you said, everyone's trying to figure out like, okay, how are they doing this? How are they adding these players who otherwise seem very flawed or weren't getting these results in their past stops and all of a sudden inserting them into this lineup and just getting the absolute best possible scenario out of them. And I think the functional takeaway here is that way they play, like how they generate those results. It's this kind of complete buy and to push the pace, right? Like I know this is a concept that you're really high on in terms of defenseman sprinting up the ice and actually putting in that effort to involve themselves in the play. But there's so many situations where you're trained just watching games that at the NHL level for the most part, especially if it's nearing the end of a shift and the guys don't have a full tank of energy left. It's like a harmless looking two on two or three on three scenario and most teams are kind of content just dumping the puck in or stalling for time and potentially just kind of kicking the can down the road and living to fight another day and getting fresh skaters out there. And instead with a panther, it's like all of a sudden whichever really any of their top three defense pairings, you'll have someone just sprinting up and joining and making it a three on two or a four on three and they're actually actively trying to score or at least create something from that sequence. And there's a game a while back against the rangers that I was watching and I really just stuck in my head just seeing I believe ekblad and Uighur were the two leading the rush. It was like a three on two and they were the two guys up high like really pushing it and it just like when do you ever see a scenario where there's the two defensemen are the ones that are so aggressively both willing and able to actually execute that way. And so I think it's like a philosophical thing more so than a talent thing, obviously they have great players and you don't want to diminish that by any means. But I think there is something actionable there in seeing the way they're playing. And I know it's like, oh, well, if you play it that way, are you giving up too much defensively? Are you opening yourself up for these fun track meet games that ultimately aren't going to result in playoff success, but I think this is just a really good team that is also kind of found this nice match.

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Lundell's two goals lead Panthers over Red Wings 6-2

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 7 months ago

Lundell's two goals lead Panthers over Red Wings 6-2

"The Panthers completed at two one three home stand with a six two win over the red wings Anton Lundell scored twice it's been feeling good for mail online the last game so we just want to keep going and make some chances Alexander Barkov had three assists as Florida improved to twenty five and six on home ice Mason March mark Anthony Duclair and Lindell scored in the first period as the home side built a commanding three one lead Sam Bennett had a goal and an assist Lucas Carlsson anyone and Sergei Bobrovsky stopped twenty one shots Robby Fabbri and Tyler Bertuzzi scored for Detroit which was swept its two games Florida road trip and is two one five minutes past seven games I'm Dave very

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Barkov leads Panthers to 5-2 victory over Blackhawks

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 8 months ago

Barkov leads Panthers to 5-2 victory over Blackhawks

"The Panthers have completed a four in one road trip with a five two downing of the Blackhawks Alexander Barkov had a goal and two assists in Florida's third straight win and seventh in eight games Jonathan Huberdeau set up two goals to increase his league leading assist total to fifty three and extend his point streak to seven games Aaron Ekblad Brandon Montour mackenzie weaker and Anton Lundell also scored for the Eastern Conference leaders my tour was happy with the road trip yeah buildings you know three tough teams to you know it's tough coming up a break like that but I mean the guy's energy guys are excited to be back in yes good six points Patrick Kane had a goal and an assistantship goes third straight loss I'm Dave very

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Panthers find ways to rally again, top Blues 4-3 in shootout

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 10 months ago

Panthers find ways to rally again, top Blues 4-3 in shootout

"The the Panthers Panthers fell fell behind behind in in the the first first period period again again in in the the second second and and once once more more in in the the third third but but they they kept kept putting putting shots shots on on blues blues goalie goalie ville ville Husso Husso and and finally finally emerged emerged for for three three winners winners in in a a shoot shoot out out Sam Sam Reinhart Reinhart jammed jammed in in the the Panthers Panthers second second goal goal from from the the crease crease or or a a best best when when we we come come in in waves waves we we all all want want to to play play the the same same sort sort of of game game you you know know I I think think guys guys are are are are are are starting starting to to feel feel comfortable comfortable in in nine nine and and and and and and you you know know find find their their roles roles and and and and and and you you know know it's it's a a fun fun way way to to play play one one when when you've you've got got that that many many guys guys that that can can contribute contribute Maxine Maxine ma'am ma'am and and scored scored Florida's Florida's other other two two regulation regulation goals goals while while Anton Anton Lundell Lundell and and Reinhardt Reinhardt scored scored in in the the shootout shootout St St Louis Louis that that minder minder who who so so finished finished with with forty forty eight eight saves saves I'm I'm Ben Ben Thomas Thomas

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Panthers come back from 3 down again to beat Sabres 7-4

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 10 months ago

Panthers come back from 3 down again to beat Sabres 7-4

"The the Panthers Panthers trailed trailed for for one one for for the the second second straight straight game game before before defeating defeating the the Sabres Sabres seven seven four four the the rally rally comes comes two two days days after after the the cats cats turned turned a a four four one one third third period period deficit deficit into into a a five five one one win win over over Washington Washington Anton Anton Lundell Lundell scored scored twice twice including including the the go go ahead ahead goal goal that that helped helped the the Panthers Panthers improved improved to to sixteen sixteen four four and and three three Aaron Aaron Ekblad Ekblad provided provided two two goals goals and and an an assist assist while while Sam Sam Reinhart Reinhart and and Jonathan Jonathan Hoover Hoover each each had had a a goal goal and and three three helpers helpers Sergei Sergei Bobrovsky Bobrovsky allowed allowed four four goals goals on on twelve twelve shots shots before before being being replaced replaced by by Spencer Spencer night night with with eight eight forty forty four four left left in in the the second second I'm I'm the the ferry ferry

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Bobrovsky gets 300th win, unbeaten Panthers top Avs 4-1

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Bobrovsky gets 300th win, unbeaten Panthers top Avs 4-1

"The Panthers beat the avalanche for one for their fourth straight win the eight point to make is the team's best start ever for a goalie Sergei Bobrovsky stopped thirty shots for his three hundredth NHL victory means something and it's I so I've been fortunate to play with great players you know with the great defenseman and and forwards and teams so and it's it's it's I appreciate them for this milestone Mikko Rantanen scored for Colorado Florida Sam Bennett scored his team leading fourth goal in two games Sam Reinhart Carter he added one each Anton Lundell got the empty netter the better said three other seven point season starts in each time they made the playoffs I'm more in Ruston

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Barkov breaks tie in 3rd, Panthers defeat Lightning 4-1

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Barkov breaks tie in 3rd, Panthers defeat Lightning 4-1

"Alexander Barkov scored the go ahead goal three forty into the third period of the Panthers for one decision over the lightning Barkov tally came sixty four seconds after the lightning tied it one all on Brayton point's goal Florida also received goals from defensemen Brandon Montour Anton Lundell and Anthony Duclair rookie netminder Spencer knight made thirty saves in his first start this season for the Panthers Florida is three and for the second straight year Tampa Bay goaltender Andrei vasilevskiy made twenty eight saves in his fourth consecutive start I'm Dave Ferrie

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"anton lundell" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"anton lundell" Discussed on WJR 760

"That's when you know that he thinks they're close. Yeah, you know, And it's interesting because Anton Lundell going back to that the fin you've heard a lot about his name, Mac. He's going to be 19. By the time the draft starts, You know, he's got one of those AA late birthdays, which, normally that wouldn't have come into play, so he's got a year experience. You know, he's played against adults. He's AH, really good, Two way player. And it was funny because I was just reading a scouting report about him this afternoon because I'm a nerd. And the one thing that all all the scouts that have watched him are saying is This is a kid that pays more attention to his defensive responsibility than pretty much any other guy at this age. And you know that's something, Mac. You lived it, you know you look, it's always there. What you take that screwdriver and you tight, no screws to make sure that it's really there. So you could have, you know a continuing career in the National Hockey League with one thing I read from a couple different guys is, you know this is a guy that can play both ways, but really, really, really is in tune with what he has to do defensively and you know, that's so important. Today's league and You know, quite frankly, I think that's the type of guy that that Steve eyes woman is looking for. You know, he'd you know, at this point time they've got a few guys in the system that that you know, have the potential of off being really good players. You want to add a guy? That's not only going to be that good player, but maybe a little older, maybe a little quicker to jump in, and you don't have to worry about, you know, pat him on the behind, telling him Don't forget you about you know that other end of the ice? Well, here's the one thing to write, Shawn and I think that when we're always talking about like speed is the new size and it's about how fast you go whatever. Hockey sense is not something it's you, Khun Teach a little bit of it, but you have it or you don't. And when you are concerned, first of all about your end before the other end, That's what the grind line, you know, sort of, based on the work from it, And you can't sort of teach that you can try to To instill that in other players, But you're better off to, you know, circumvent and put guys around the guys that aren't defensively conscious so You know, because here's the thing. The Saint the Detroit ST Kenny Holmes, Detroit Red Wings were percolating guys in the minors. This is Steve Eisenman's Red Wings. If you can play, let's go. And I'm telling you my experience those Ah, Europeans are smart, You know, they learned the game while I was over there, train and with them back in 96 stuff like that, you know, like It's crazy, but that would be something that bring to appoint now now sold and letting a guy that you could drive sent it back and, you know, take three or four years. No, we need help now, and I think that's the direction we're going to go to. So I look forward to that. I look forward to Ah, Tuesday Wednesday. Any kind of draft is always sort of exciting, but Agreed. We'll see what happens, but when we come back, it's football picks time. And you know what? We all got a solo album last week. You didn't Oh, door. I'm sorry someone took it went against Sean and 1 36 to 7. Jets Colts game. Oh, that way. I was talking about the line that you're getting your head of yourself here. Dort wise, Nice story. Signed it. Nice. Wow. What do you believe that I mean, just shined and cut me off. I was trying to go to break on. You know, now I can't hit the time cause him anyways, we'll be back. That's what happens here..

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