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"belfour" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:43 min | 7 hrs ago

"belfour" Discussed on WTOP

"Belfour. W T. O P And right now we've got 60 degrees in downtown D. C. It's 9 41, now in a Kentucky judge has delayed until tomorrow. The release of secret grand jury proceedings in Briana Taylor's killing by police. The extra time is going to give prosecutors and opportunity to edit out witnesses, names and other personal information. Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron now has until noon Friday to hand over 20 hours of grand jury recordings in the Briana Taylor case. In emotion filed Tuesday, Cameron requesting an extension to quote redact personal identifiers of any named person. And to redact both names and personal identifiers of any private citizens. Protesters and Briana Taylor's mother to make a Palmer have not stopped demanding justice after the grand jury only indicted one of three officers, former detective Brett Hankerson, in the police drug raid that led to Taylor shooting death in March that CBS News correspondent Adriana Diaz Prosecutors have charged a 36 year old man with a brazen ambush of two Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies last month. The officers were shot as they sat in a squad car outside a rail station. Police say the intense manhunt for the gunman who ambushed two L. A county sheriff's deputies is over. This morning, My office filed attempted murder charges against Deante Lee Murray, But Murray was arrested two weeks ago after a Carjacking and an hours long standoff. Investigators say a handgun he tossed during that chase was a key piece of evidence. That was pretty powerful when when the gun was thrown from the car. We knew it was a 40 40 caliber. Investigators believe.

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Fresh "Belfour" from WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:05 min | 7 hrs ago

Fresh "Belfour" from WTOP 24 Hour News

"Belfour. W T. O P And right now we've got 60 degrees in downtown D. C. It's 9 41, now in a Kentucky judge has delayed until tomorrow. The release of secret grand jury proceedings in Briana Taylor's killing by police. The extra time is going to give prosecutors and opportunity to edit out witnesses, names and other personal information. Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron now has until noon Friday to hand over 20 hours of grand jury recordings in the Briana Taylor case. In emotion filed Tuesday, Cameron requesting an extension to quote redact personal identifiers of any named person. And to redact both names and personal identifiers of any private citizens. Protesters and Briana Taylor's mother to make a Palmer have not stopped demanding justice after the grand jury only indicted one of three officers, former detective Brett Hankerson, in the police drug raid that led to Taylor shooting death in March that CBS News correspondent Adriana Diaz Prosecutors have charged a 36 year old man with a brazen ambush of two Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies last month. The officers were shot as they sat in a squad car outside a rail station. Police say the intense manhunt for the gunman who ambushed two L. A county sheriff's deputies is over. This morning, My office filed attempted murder charges against Deante Lee Murray, But Murray was arrested two weeks ago after a Carjacking and an hours long standoff. Investigators say a handgun he tossed during that chase was a key piece of evidence. That was pretty powerful when when the gun was thrown from the car. We knew it was a 40 40 caliber. Investigators believe.

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"belfour" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac

Scoops with Danny Mac

04:32 min | 10 months ago

"belfour" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac

"On air so if you're twenty one head over to clerk bridge too fast. Eddie's Bonnier in all aren't you just heard the commercial that's fast Eddie hanging with Brett Hull. That's a party I need to be invited to and joining us on the line. The one and only fast Eddie from Fast Eddie's bond air in Alton Alton where they're always serving up a lot of fun great food you gotTa tell us hanging with Brett Hull. You got an idea what that might be like. What was it actually like in person? I'd say imagine it and then multiple is because it's real. That's that's that's who it is an. It's that much fun when you're a guy who likes to have fun but unlike bread whole takes it into another level I teach people out and along with I party for a living and I teach people out at a party. That's it man. You know what I said about that. He's it's a mood changing experience. I've never been in there and looked around anybody in a bad mood and you might see him walking in with a frown but boy once they said and there's always groups of people they could be mad at their boss or their dog and all of a sudden going too fast. Eddie's nobody's having a bad time forget about your trouble no windows for a reason and the world when you walk in and it's it's a definitely a twelve hours when all twelve Oba and I know you love baseball and you're hanging with Mike Shannon. You're down at Cardinal Games. But I think I've sent this and I've seen you down there in recent years certainly with the cup run. It's been fun but you've gotTa gravitated towards hockey and there was a night. They were fighting back. I was at the TV job and we were taxed in and you send man. I like this team. Because the team's got some they've got a little bit of balls and they'll they'll push back. I look at where they take care of each other to. It's fun to watch man. They're really on it. It just to work at the very spirit in the team attitude. The guys are really good and it's fun for the city. You know I grew up here. You grew up here. Everybody's got like three cardinals shirts in their closet maybe more yep and now all of a sudden you go to the store you gotta fast. Eddie's everybody's wearing blues gear. It's amazing man. I tell you your places where you would have always been Kendall one. Let's you know. Now it's it's tend to three anything counter. Whatever the whatever the ratio is popping up? And it's coming up for getting into more. New People are watching it. It's cool you know. It took some winning to do it. But that's what gets to learn. Everybody loves a winner. Here's what people ask me. I always they say. What are you gonNA eat when you go to fast fast? Eddie's I'm like I'm GonNa probably work my weight in the menu if I hang for a couple of hours but they go. What about eighty? If you're there all the time what do you do you have. Do you have a Goto Goto. I order the route rottweilers and then I ordered the figure and fries gotTa have our fries but you have the the bratwurst and the big original to the place. You can't get anywhere else and you can't go wrong from the doors open at one o'clock Monday through Thursday. Eleven o'clock on Friday Saturday Sunday. They've got live music on every single deb and there on the weekends where there's live music and back there's live music on the patio. Party never stops at fast. Eddie's we'll talk to you soon man. Hey Man thanks a lot triad bank. The Neighborhood Hood Friendly Bank located in front on Clayton road. They're just west of Lindbergh real easy access off highway. Sixty four get the Lindberg and you are their founded founded in two thousand and five wide range of commercial and personal banking services. And how about this actually a people behind the counter. People there ready to greet you ready to help you. Business Business Owners looking to expand talk bank based in Saint Louis. Decisions are being made. The're a frustrating. That trying to get a loan for Your Business and the decision is has made in New York Los Angeles not with Dryden. You can find out more at try. It banking dot com home equity lines of credit five star rated bank three hundred sixty million in assets check them out try banking dot com less than an hour from Saint Louis. It's Greenville University founded in eighteen ninety. Two this Liberal Arts Institution Offers Pre Med offers online student involvement. Yeah that's right. They'll get involved and local businesses immersed in the community a great little town of Greeneville Bill Illinois less than an hour from Saint Louis. If you're looking to get away for college but they don't want to go too far. It's right up the road from Saint Louis. Great professors really a great experience kids involved in the athletics but again everybody is really emerged. What they're doing on the campus at all times Greenville Dot? Edu for more information Asian about this great institution.

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"belfour" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac

Scoops with Danny Mac

11:00 min | 10 months ago

"belfour" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac

"Let's do this. We had a little blues Blackhawks that meant Darren Pang was back in Chicago but I got to start with this and our visit here. It's pucks with Bernie Panga brought to you. By Marie Davila's senior Living Urban Chestnut Triad Bank. Fast Eddie's bond air and Greenville University and I got to start with this Pinger I've always you're a Blackhawk because you played there but I gotta say you're one of us now okay pal. You're on the right side of this thing. I know they still love Chicago Gago. But it's it's time we say you're one of us. Well I'm glad you said that because I absolutely feel that way without a doubt and You know the I I the first game the first maybe the first year joining the St Louis Blues Broadcast and knowing that I have never played for the Saint Louis Louis Blues. I gotTa tell you I walked up to the three hundred level because at that point Bernie was down between the benches and John. Kelly and I were upstairs and we had a three man booth and And and there was a lot of Blackhawk fans and they're running around and they're asking to get pictures of meanwhile I walked into the booth and and I that was the only time it felt. It felt strange and You know you get in there and it took a little bit of time but you know the the Games go on the situations. Go on and I've been here at eleven years now and say Louis like eleven years I played in Chicago in the minors for three hours. An undrafted player on. I always tell guys like I. The only team that gave me a chance and I ended up playing eighty one games with them and then retiring and and and going on so. That's six years and I. I did a little broadcasting and radio and hotline for them so that's maybe eight years nine years I've been in Saint Louis for eleven. I've never been with one team for as long as they. Louis I've never dove in like I have in Saint Louis. I'm glad you said that because I totally feel that Although I didn't play in the sweater I feel like I am a saint. Louis Guy I and then I feel like I and hopefully represent the blues with a lot of passion and I hope over the years fans think the same thing. 'cause I've I've definitely Definitely given it my all uh-huh I've emptied out this little body mind for energy wise and And so that that part of it but it's always nice going back though I mean you go back to a place that you were there. For a long time I'm the same guy that drove the Zamboni in nineteen eighty seven still driving the Zamboni. You guys have been there for a long time and you go there. And they're familiar faces and that that's actually the the real fun part about going back to that That city and it's great city by the way hundred percent. Yeah and anytime we make fun of Chicago. It's maybe just a little bit jealous. Ed Is Great. I love you say Louis but I also love anytime get a chance to go Chicago I do it and when you were there and I know you weren't there long but that late eighties Kinda Blues at the Old Barn. The older stadium that was about I mean the fights and the stands would start before the game started that was the rivalry has got a little classier now in the stands and it was back back then I do remember worrying about my wife my wife and the wives you bring any friends to the game and the first game I ever played in Chicago Stadium. I I was just married to Lynn. We got married in eighty seven and she got an apartment in Saginaw because that was their minor league team that I'd likely go to and I told her I said I'm having a great camp. I think I'm GonNa make the Blackhawks my wife. Lynn says tell you what I'm GonNa keep the apartment here in Saginaw. Thanks honey. I said I said well. Why don't you come this weekend? We're playing you know playing Edmonton and It's going to be a big game and it'll probably be a telltale sign of whether or not I'm GonNa stay or not and they dressed their whole the the big guns of all big guns and So I said to her. I said listen. The blackhawks put up billboards. Old Hotel called the Bismarck and I said listen I if it doesn't go well in the first couple of minutes just leave the building hop in a cab. I'll meet you back at the hotel and I see it gets really bad. They're it it gets ugly you know and the Canadian whisky bottles coming down on the ice. And whatever and so I just didn't want to put her through that and And then the fight eight so I'm always we're always worried. She dump a beer on her head and you know stuff is going to happen. And I'm like Oh man so anyway I I ended up playing the first thirty minutes of the game. I I stopped two-on-one Gretzky to curry Left the ice tour standing ovation. After the Games she goes well that went pretty. Well Hey how do you go back to Saginaw got this Chicago. Pack GonNa live downtown right near the Viagra Triangle and And you go back there. That would have gone over very well. Well wait ended up ended up going really well. We ended up being young kids and and being there for that you know for for a couple of years and then I lived there for nineteen years because I worked for. ESPN SO I. I didn't have to go anywhere. I live where where I was and I did about ninety five games a year for. ESPN travel all over the place. And and then the blackhawks got really bad bad at that time and so I hardly did any games in Chicago. probably did more in Saint Louis in my thirteen years than I than I actually did in Chicago because the you know the blues had such great eight years and the Blackhawks really fell off the map for a bit. You play at the checkered them. They would you have ever been in net for a game against the blue would have been cujo on the other side. No I at the arena to early for cruiser my bad. Yeah the eighty seven the eighty seven Blues team with Greg Melon. Melon and that Greg Millen was the first Blues Goalie holy to ever beat the Blackhawks in a playoff series and I was the goalie on the other side. See I'm always. I was always trying to help out. I told helped you get to the hall of Fame Bernie helped you get to the hall of fame I I you know. Gino Cavalieri should be in the hall of fame for just as many goals scored on me and Tony Herkus by the way who I saw last night. He was scouting the game for Tampa Bay I was again. We we reminiscent. He scored four goals on me in the Chicago Stadium in game four game four of the eighty eight playoffs. It's still Hilla rookie record for Saint Louis. Blues Player most goals in one game. Thanks to Darren the Herkus circus and then modern day. You know it's interesting. You mentioned been eleven years years. You've sort of seen this shift in this division. The blackhawks were on the rise. They got tapes and Kane and the blues couldn't quite get over the hump they were the bullies where the Troy Brouwer famous goal finally beat him in the playoffs. What a great moment? But now we're seeing it where the blues are sort of the bullies in this matchup and and the blue just kind of passed. Ask Them Up. What do you think's happen here is Chicago's a lot of it just salary cap and money problems? Well yeah they handcuff themselves with certainly with with a huge contracts tracks and You know and certain players are going to have a decline Brent. SEABROOK added a decline. He's still a good defense when but That that's you know one contract like they might have saddled themselves Up against but at the end of the day I think they've they've made moves and lost really good players like I think back to. You know our Tammy Pronin plane on the on the Blackhawks. They had one hundred eight hundred nine points and You know and that was the year after the Troy Brouwer beat them in game seven which was by the way going back to some of the Games like that game for me on home ice. We did that because it was the first round. So if our ratings on Fox Sports Midwest and westward just incredible and I mean it was time of your life is a broadcaster to watch that and I remember when Troy Brouwer scored. I mean I knew I jumped. I was so pumped pumped up. I mean the energy level was so high it was one of those moments. I thought were the blues fans the blues players the management. Everybody went okay. We've just slate dragon that we haven't been able to slay and they've won three Stanley Cups. And we're well on our way now in so tab the tab win the Stanley Cup just a couple of years after that is significant but I always tell Troy Brouwer that goal that you scored. That was the first step in the in the confidence. Then the layer of confidence you're going to need to beat the best teams in the League. You can to overcome it team like Chicago. I think it's the number one rivalry still I just think I think it is even though Chicago was having a tough time but Anyway Guide ME I. I think that's that's probably one of the bigger reasons. Why why the hawks the fans you know got got a little more confidence that serious and then the blues role role in their beat up and I won't say the JV squad but their minus so many bigger names and they still shut them out. But it begins with the net. Play of Jake Allen and it's one thing to say. Oh good for you jake your great team at you but it's another. I mean the old pat on the back thing. I'm sure would get old for a player. That's competitive as well. It's different when he's playing. Aim at a high level so whenever it he says wow way to go jake. They're not just in you know what I'm sayin' pacifying a guy who has to watch Bennington succeed. He's four zero and two in his last. Last six starts with a one point. Seven eight era thirty eight saves against the Hawks. Do you think Jay is found his Mojo again. I do absolutely in fact I just had a conversation sation with Although Robert Deniro told me never to name drop but Martin Brodeur and I just had a conversation and We're we're talking about Jake. He's been watching them and watching in his. You know the technique and some things that Mardi implemented when Marty went down and really corrected jake at a much needed time and then Jake had that great first round series. You remember against the Minnesota Wild you know I give Mardi Bruder a lot of credit for how he he saw little things that that jake was doing and But Mardi you said he's well on his way here he he he loves it. He's so proud of Jake and we all are and I know we probably maybe we sometimes go too far on that side of it but even even last night on the broadcast. I said people don't understand. They don't understand the fabric of the locker room. The fabric of a guy that that will do anything for everybody else to a win. That goaltender if he doesn't endear himself to his teammates they're not gonNA throw all these accolades to him. It's not gonNA happen. I guarantee it because I've I've seen seen million times before they're going to give it the old data. Well we needed to stop in the second period Didn't get it. It'll be that kind of talk but with Jake it's different and that's that's why when we go maybe overboard on them. It's for good reason because I watch them faced two hundred fifty bucks in practice and never complained and never stopped trying and never never say no to the players when it's drill drill drill and it's one timer and it's a puck in the head and it's a puck in the shoulder. You're dead tired and the one last player still wants to take take one timers and he still stays out there. I mean and then he gets in the room and he says all the right things and he never makes it about him so I will never apologize for for going. Went overboard on a player like Jake Allen and I'm glad right now it's not going overboard. Right now it's do Credit Jake Allen is plain magnificently. He has this year where he's giving them a chance on the road He likely won't be a home goalie for the for the Saint Louis Blues. It likely won't happen. He'll get some games here there but when it comes down to it Jordan. Bennington didn't really owns that rink. And that's fine Jake. Allen is.

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"belfour" Discussed on ESPN On Ice with Wyshynski and Kaplan Show

ESPN On Ice with Wyshynski and Kaplan Show

02:30 min | 11 months ago

"belfour" Discussed on ESPN On Ice with Wyshynski and Kaplan Show

"Phil Kessel dogs now. He does not love to eat hot dogs. We look at the the end straight comedian. Good it's still cast loves hotdogs segments we look at the foibles and the hyperbole I purposely of the hockey media emily ever hit a pin Yada. It would just take a wack at opinion Outta I have you remember how all the candy the falls out when you hit it good. That's Kinda like Phil. Kessel loves hotdogs this week in the sense that the Don Cherry News sparked just a pin Yada full of bad bad takes trickling down upon our heads. We whack it with a stick. I'm going to go to this one though Dave staples of the Edmonton Journal Dave's a guy that I've known online mm for many many years but he wrote a story about who wants to come up with he wants to come up with. Who's going to be the next Don Cherry? He kind of did a scouting report of who he thinks could would be the next Don Cherry who could take over that segment hockey night in Canada. He's not the first guy to say this or the last guy to say this. I'm going to pick on them for saying it. His top choices voices. Ray Ferraro now ray. Ferraro is brilliant. He's the best between the benches guy in the game and one of the smartest analysts that you could ever find the also works for TSN. And I'm assuming contracts all right then and there you have one issue. Here's the other issue. contract was coming up you know what. TSN likes to do for people that might jump over and help out their archrivals especially especially in a prominent post Jon Cherry role. They're going to back up the truck to keep him which esn that's what they did for all of their talent. Alan when sports net got the rights. That's why sports you know. Kept their crew of Kip Rios and all those guys together and and the the panel that everybody loves loves over at TSN state of TSN because he paid them very handsomely so while I enjoy a good fantasy casting. Emily the idea that Ray Ferraro tomorrow would be even an option for this hockey night and candidate job. Seems patently ridiculous given very inside Baseball Phil Castle as hotdogs. I know well that's why. What are we doing if not Trying to entertain educate on this podcast. Speaking of which here's your headlines Dateline Raleigh.

"belfour" Discussed on ESPN On Ice with Wyshynski and Kaplan Show

ESPN On Ice with Wyshynski and Kaplan Show

12:11 min | 11 months ago

"belfour" Discussed on ESPN On Ice with Wyshynski and Kaplan Show

"Is now embarking embarking on a second career producing ultra premium. Whisky through bell. Four spirits Sir as a connoisseur of booze. It's every hockey writers. You know lifeblood. Congratulations on this new GIG. Yeah thank you very much. It's it's been five years in the making Son and I started this and My daughter's now involved so it's a own family business and we we enjoy doing together and a lot of fun with it. Always fascinated and guys second careers. And how they they transition into them just tells a little bit. I mean this is part business business. You know part A.. Understand real estate. You've got a place in Kentucky part distilling. How did did you prepare for this? Did you take classes. What was that transition like swine in my career around two thousand nine and I was trying to find something that a could? Do you know to replace the the awesome feelings you get from being you know Part of so many great teams championships in the NHL and Team Canada's and stuff like that and that's very difficult to replace you know twenty years of of a lot of fun and excitement and Go my son. Also a goal finished his career Somewhere around two thousand twelve thirteen and We just started looking into this stuff that we could possibly do together and we looked at The alcohol business and you know look at the trends that were going on in the business and how well so You know in Brown spirits were doing and the vodka market was pretty Entrenched with a lot the new brands and and it seemed like you know Brown spirits was more at the beginning of the trend. And we find whiskey A lot more exciting and more creative anyway so we started looking into learning as much as we could about the business and Actually you watch the show called Moon shiners. That was pretty funny to watch but at the same time like well. You know these guys can make whisky route we I'm sure we can figure out how to do it. which was pretty funny but We went to distilling university in Canada Colona BC we were. They're learning as much as we could. And then we end up going to moonshine. University in Louisville Kentucky met a lot of great people Come out of that school and a lot about the street We ended up hiring few of the people that we met At the school and they've helped helped us tremendously Creating brand and You know everything that I get involved with. I WanNa do it first class and do it from the bottom up and treated the same way. I treated my career and You know we wanted to create the most excellent whiskey that we could make and being an ultra premium class. You know we. We learned everything from Hotter Mash and distilled ourselves to all the woods. Selection all the barrels You know that's what creates these unique make flavors of Belfour spirits and we think that if you go the extra mile like I did in my career that we should have some success. I feel really bad for going to the University of Maryland now that I knew that moonshine university was available to me Patty. There's been a lot made about the changing habits of NHL players. There's recently saw a story about how a lot of these dudes are drinking wine on the road because it's not as taxing on the body. is they like spirits beer. Now back in your day rock and roll the Blackhawks and the stars. What what what was the drinking culture like for you guys away from the rank all it was a little bit of everything Going up in Canada You know we started drinking beer and whisky when we are twelve or thirteen years old so that was pretty normal for us to drink beer You know all throughout my career was a beer and whisky and a little bit of wine once in a while special dinners so You know we We basically were beer and whisky guys over it. You know I wouldn't be surprised if You know nowadays all days. They're taught that You know maybe one is a little bit more healthy for you. But I'm not so sure that's the case. I think it has a lot to do with how much sugars the product to be honest with you right as we talk about times changing one of the biggest buzzwords these days in the NHL is on sports arts is load management and in hockey really. Just talk about it with goalies and I'm curious when your visa your first ninety one use played seventy four games. Did you feel like goalie workload. Management is a long time coming or is it kind of be as if a guy can handle that workload. Just give it to all well. I feel that it's the guy can handle the workload. Can you give it to them because you want your number one guy in the net as much as possible. The coach has confidence in them. The players have confidence in them in mcelroy and the players get used to plan a certain way for a guy and they have confidence in that guy. The defense play a certain way like they know they can take more chances before they can take more chances chances when they have confidence in their goalie when they have a goalie back there that you know plays every once in a while and you know he's not quite used to how the defense plays and they don't always have that same confidence in that guy. So that's why you know over the years you've seen teams where they try to split goals and you know sometimes that works sometimes. It doesn't but for the most part doesn't especially when you get to the playoffs like for a guy to play. You know every second game in the playoffs in Split Games. That's pretty tough and it's tough on the team I. It doesn't create that consistency businesses. So I'm a firm believer. You should have a number one guy and he can handle you know anywhere from you. Know fifty five to a sixty five games. It's probably a good number You know I played seventy four when I was a rookie that that was a lot of games I could handle it because I was in great shape You know always worked out. Took my on my off ice stuff real serious and you have to be able to do that. And and be in great shape to be able to play that many games in play at a high level and then had the energy to play. You know possibly possibly another twenty eight games and and In the playoffs you know So that's difficult thing I do see more for more work. Guys are playing less games and you talk about load management. Maybe that has something to do with you. Know the the schedule being maybe a little bit more. Condensed now You know they they. Don't give me days in between the season's shorter in fine period. So that could have something to to do it. I don't have all the answers. But I'm a firm believer in in one guy there. You go in the last twenty five five years. We've had six goalies get into the hall of Fame Grant Fear Patrick Wa yourself the dominator Rogie Vashon and Marty. The hall of fame has got a bias against goalies. Come on don't they vernon still out there. Cujo still out there. Six guys nineteen ninety-four Eddie. Well it's kind of like you know the trapezoid Rule they put in you know. I don't know what your that was but you know they talk about making the NHL you know more skilled game yet. They take away a skill from the goalies. You know that wasn't easy to do Back back in the nineties when guys like Martin Brodeur and myself You know there's a few guys could really play the puck well and and You know go get the puck in the corner earn play it up And and make an outlet pass and save your defense and from getting creamed boards. I mean that took a lot of energy and skill and and yet they take take take that skill away from goalies so you know again. It's a numbers game You know if it were a bunch of goalies running the League you know the the rules would be much different. I would imagine so the same thing I you know. I don't have any control over WHO's picking The the goal is to get inducted. Obviously but Maybe there there aren't too many the the goal is that are on the committee and You know we you kind of get overlooked once in a while you still follow the League pretty closely. I watch a few games here and there and I love the playoffs the playoffs. Oh my favorite time of year and I think the game in the playoffs is a lot more like the old style game you know. Let the guys play. There's a lot more ruffin awesome toughness and hitting a lot more excitement so I like the playoffs as I'm curious. What goalie today impresses you the most post game seven on the line like who do you want back there for you if you can't play so many there's a lot of seems seems to me? It spread out throughout the week. I don't really have one favorite because there's been guys if if have played like really good for short stints in the League right now but You know I think think there's some guys out there that You know has done a great job for quite some time like Jonathan quick to pick one guy. I think Johnson's had some injuries deal with For a while but Jonathan is definitely one of my favorites So I I'd probably go Johnson Clicks hard hard to say Andy where people pick up your Your stuff your your whiskey and your product man. Yeah so right now. We're doing owing mainly Chicago. We're at Few different liquor stores theirselves in Dallas Texas Were at goody goody for at seagulls were at a few different ones smaller ones but Majority were in Dallas. Were in Houston Boston and San Antonio and then Chicago. We plan on going to six new states every a year. You know. It's been an exciting time next year. We'll be in Canada. Also any thank you so much your time. I really appreciate it. We'll catch up with these him. The thanks so much for having me all right our thanks to Eddie Belfour you can pick up Eddie whiskey in Illinois and in Texas. I believe as well well where it's available and Eddie tells us that they're going to be adding ten states every year so emily in six years ears his whiskey will be available in sixty states. It's pretty amazing I just feel like an sat question. It's time time for our favorite segment of the week. Phil Kessel dogs now. He does not love to eat hot dogs. We look at the the end.

"belfour" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"belfour" Discussed on KTRH

"A few other Houston marine moms and I went to the camp hope barbecue cook off last Saturday. We were amazed. How many hookers were there? We had a great time a ruin cookers cookers cookers. Everyone was so friendly and kind we had an especially good time. At the Belfour property restoration booth. They invited us in to have some of their barbecue. And beers. We had two prizes to drop off the auction. Then we found out that the auction had actually occurred the night before next year, we're planning to go on Friday evening because we want to bid on some other auction items, and hopefully help them raise a lot of money. Thank you for all you do for our kids, Becky suit. Houston, marine mobs. Hi, thank you spell. That's how you think you pronounce that job might be suit. Yup. Seconds. Check S U T J K. We think that is how would you pronounce it? You don't have a pronunciation. S U T J A K. I don't I really don't understand. So how'd you hook us on Depp parade? Japan. Who do you asked Japan to the more who do you think? I don't I really don't understand. You know what I am particularly proud of on. Our program is calls like Caroline's. So. If you think about. Caroline and her husband Lynn been married for forty five years. Okay. He is suffering from Parkinson's, which isn't awful awful conditions. Now, she didn't want to tell you what how tough her day is because she is basically nursing him through this shouldn't wanna tell you. She she didn't want. She didn't want to draw any extra attention to herself. But every day is a challenge every day is a burden and she knows it's not going to get any better. It's it's going to get worse. And it's tough in. This was this was the sickness part of the vow. And she doesn't question her situation. She doesn't question whether she's going to do it. She.

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"belfour" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"belfour" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"We see it for what it is. I understand. But here's the flipside, you know the business that is the NFL you know what they do, run it back the second. They turn thirty. You know how they try to shaft players at every turn because they got a hard salary cap, and they get to do that. We know this. So what you speak out against Levy on Belfour. These offensive linemen and others who opened their mouth about levian bell talking about him in such dismissive and just disrespectful fashion. I don't even know what to do with myself listening to their nonsense. So Levy on bell is eventually coming back. You'll be back by the by we for the Pittsburgh Steelers, etc. Etc. I get all of that for me personally, they'd have to be worried about what I felt. Not what not me be worried about what if I was Levy on Pell, I would feel betrayed. Our feel absolutely positively betrayed. That's how I feel. They betrayed me. They disrespected me. They did all of those different things. That's how I would feel. Plain and simple. For me. That's what it all comes down to. And I don't really know what else to say about that because levian bell touching the ball, four hundred and six times last year he's making argument and he makes the case and people just dismiss this. They're like, excuse me, who the hell does he think he is? Because he says, I'm not just thinking about me. I'm thinking about setting the standard for folks to follow. What the hell is he talking about? I'll tell you what he's talking about Levy on bell is not just a running back. If Le vian bell was on the New York Jets right now, he'd be the number one receiver, and then number one running back. That's a fact. And when he's thinking about it, he's saying you didn't just ask me to run the football. You're asking me to pass catch. I caught the ball eighty five times last season..

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"belfour" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"belfour" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"We see it for what it is. I understand. But here's the flipside, you know the business that is the NFL you know what? They do, run it back to the second. They turn thirty. You know how they try to shaft players at every turn because they got a hard salary cap, and they get to do that. We know this. So what you got against Levy on Belfour. These offensive linemen and others who opened their mouth about levian bell talking about him in such dismissive and and just disrespectful fashion. I don't even know what to do myself listening to their nonsense. So levian bell is eventually coming back. You'll be back by the by we for the Pittsburgh Steelers, etc. Etc. I get all of that for me personally, they'd have to be worried about what I feel. Now with not me be worried about what if I was Levy on Pell, I would feel betrayed. I would feel absolutely positively betrayed. That's how I would feel. They betrayed me. They disrespected me. They did all of those things. That's how I would feel. Plain and simple. For me. That's what it all comes down to. And I don't really know what else to say about that because levian bell touching the ball, four hundred and six times last year he's making argument and he makes the case and people just dismiss this. They're like, excuse me, who the hell is he think he is because he says, I'm not just thinking about me. I'm thinking about setting a standard for folks to follow. What the hell is he talking about? I'll tell you what he's talking about Levy on bell is not just a running back. If Levy on bell was on the New York Jets right now, he'd be the number one receiver, and then number one running back. That's a fact. And when he's thinking about it, he's saying, you ain't just asked me to run the football. You're asking me to pass catch. I caught the ball eighty five times last season..

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"belfour" Discussed on The B2B Revenue Leadership Show

The B2B Revenue Leadership Show

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"belfour" Discussed on The B2B Revenue Leadership Show

"Yeah and what what mistakes do you think most cmo's are making that you know trying to go from that you know two million to ten million stage yeah that's that's a horde stage go from it's you've got to figure out how the scale you've got a you've got to do a lot of the things that i'm talking about i mean that's the stuff that i had learned the hard way of you know being systematic about it being scientific about at tracking everything you know rapid ration rapid testing so i actually went through a course goal reforge with brian belfour and andrew chen so brian was from hub spot and that was it was very illuminating experience because it was it was somebody that i actually sat down and systematized and and now all the stuff that i had figured out the hard way yeah but but yeah i mean that's what you've gotta get good i and you gotta get good at doing the entire funnel so i mean the the single biggest problem that i say with was sambo's is when they they're kamar compartmentalized so you know marketing has its metric which may be lead generation or maybe traffic to the website or whatever but it's not entire funnel and so that's one of the things that we really specialize in is you doing it from start to finish so lead generation making sure that those leads the right leads that they're converting well that sales supported they have a sales process i mean all the way down to product so young i mean i've got one client that i just took on right now that their their primary problem was product on boarding so they had apply percent conversion rate from trial to pay and it's me about an hour of going through the process and it was like all right well here's all the thing you know i came into the first meeting with an entire page bullet louis of hero things that we need to fix and that's not something that typically you would think of as a marketing role in but but i think that but i think that it has to be.

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"belfour" Discussed on Big Brown Breakdown

Big Brown Breakdown

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"belfour" Discussed on Big Brown Breakdown

"This other girl she won last fights or loss last night's westwood decision on she's got a bunch of decisions morale imagine they she won her last two year so splitdecision backgrounds nothing had on backgrounds the beef and then split decision and a korean damn so um mm pays van it for the win here i don't know what the odds are at patron hit i'll say by decision which are the odds sure uh she's plus pages 100 on right all right i like pages the dog done coal plus four or five mice 125 almost even by like i pages manner dog bet feet or belfort guide dog i mean dozen look like the same in an officer you're out hall dude you're hall you stray where this is so goddamn gifted it's not even funny my only issue with your hall is when the going gets tough whereas yet mentally that's always been your eye halls biggest issue if he can put that together i don't know if yo with a mental coach whatever you do and something clerics you have a world champion hands those are begets just typically at his age you know he's at salty record fourteen and eight that his age of and the click yet as can be tough to get the clinton gone however if you're going to fight anyone and you will show off your stand up skills your five eat or bel for it now for the first minute with the blitz can be trouble but your house gonna kick his face off hearing you to get your hall i'll say vicious kale brutal kale who get knock it on the night they don't wanna give micheals nyabigona see that a what's the odds on that i'm sure belfour's a huge underdog right plus flooded thirty thirty five sites huge but all right carryon i love this main event hell yeah.

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"belfour" Discussed on Israel Story

Israel Story

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"belfour" Discussed on Israel Story

"Pointing to the gate we had just passed through he told us about another most celebrated visit lord belfour's in nineteen 25 loyd one for came over to visit the new visited jerusalem of course she came to the place called after him a much is nearly eighty a proud representative of a dwindling generation vividly remember the british mandate the birth of the state and the war of independence i was born in before real in 1979 firing swear children over the settlers seem before soya says generation here among us much has calloused hands unruly chest hair and a forehead free of wrinkles she wore aviators sunglasses and a broad smile as he described belfour's visit people all over the volley came over here jewish and arab bicommunal wins they all lined the road mounted on their horses in the lord came over with his car fessing beautiful gagen made my mother was a child at the time seven eight years she ended as a girl rosa flowers the lord and they're very excited to be the ones who receive the voting for ya south korea is quiet unpolished with only a handful of streets each the width of a single car all lined with plots of land that a deeper than they are wide interspersed with open fields each property looks like a selfcontained garden of eden we visited a his neighbor these harbor air each season its own fruit and vegetable watermelon a c light chicken air is higher is a short wellbuilt man with cropped white hair he greeted us in an unbuttoned shirt with sleeves rolled up his forums these to be a journalist but a few years ago he transition into a full time pharma.

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"belfour" Discussed on Israel Story

Israel Story

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"belfour" Discussed on Israel Story

"Pointing to the gate we had just passed through he told us about another most celebrated visit lord belfour's in nineteen 25 loyd one for came over to visit the new visited jerusalem of course she came to the place called after him a much is nearly eighty a proud representative of a dwindling generation vividly remember the british mandate the birth of the state and the war of independence i was born in before real in 1979 firing swear children over the settlers seem before soya says generation here among us much has calloused hands unruly chest hair and a forehead free of wrinkles she wore aviators sunglasses and a broad smile as he described belfour's visit people all over the volley came over here jewish and arab bicommunal wins they all lined the road mounted on their horses in the lord came over with his car fessing beautiful gagen made my mother was a child at the time seven eight years she ended as a girl rosa flowers the lord and they're very excited to be the ones who receive the voting for ya south korea is quiet unpolished with only a handful of streets each the width of a single car all lined with plots of land that a deeper than they are wide interspersed with open fields each property looks like a selfcontained garden of eden we visited a his neighbor these harbor air each season its own fruit and vegetable watermelon a c light chicken air is higher is a short wellbuilt man with cropped white hair he greeted us in an unbuttoned shirt with sleeves rolled up his forums these to be a journalist but a few years ago he transition into a full time pharma.

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"belfour" Discussed on Israel Story

Israel Story

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"belfour" Discussed on Israel Story

"But today at least in israel walter is remembered most for a short letter he received on november second 1917 exactly one hundred years ago dear lord rothschild it began i have much pleasure in conveying to you on behalf of his majesty's government the following declaration of sympathy with jewish zionist aspirations which has been submitted to and approved by the cabinet his majesty's government view with favored the establishment in palestine of our national home for the jewish people and will use their best endeavours to facilitate the achievement of this object it being nearly understood that nothing shall be done which may prejudice the civil and religious rights of existing nonjewish communities in palestine ward the rights and political status enjoyed by jews than any other country i should be grateful if you would bring this declaration to the knowledge of the zionist federation yours arthur james balch for that's it the balfour declaration a grand total of one hundred twenty four carefully crafted an intentionally vague words that changed the fate of the jewish people hey i mean she harmon and this is israel story israel story is brought to you by prix and has produced together with tablet magazine our episode today special one hundred year anniversary episode dear lord rothschild a less than intuitive journey and belfour's footsteps.

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"belfour" Discussed on Israel Story

Israel Story

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"belfour" Discussed on Israel Story

"But today at least in israel walter is remembered most for a short letter he received on november second 1917 exactly one hundred years ago dear lord rothschild it began i have much pleasure in conveying to you on behalf of his majesty's government the following declaration of sympathy with jewish zionist aspirations which has been submitted to and approved by the cabinet his majesty's government view with favored the establishment in palestine of our national home for the jewish people and will use their best endeavours to facilitate the achievement of this object it being nearly understood that nothing shall be done which may prejudice the civil and religious rights of existing nonjewish communities in palestine ward the rights and political status enjoyed by jews than any other country i should be grateful if you would bring this declaration to the knowledge of the zionist federation yours arthur james balch for that's it the balfour declaration a grand total of one hundred twenty four carefully crafted an intentionally vague words that changed the fate of the jewish people hey i mean she harmon and this is israel story israel story is brought to you by prix and has produced together with tablet magazine our episode today special one hundred year anniversary episode dear lord rothschild a less than intuitive journey and belfour's footsteps.

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"belfour" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"belfour" Discussed on WJR 760

"Make sure that the tools are available for everyone and we want our employees we want our teachers in detroit three of eleven the city i think that bills daughter sitting and duggan annalisa plan includes those who work for detroit public schools charter and private schools the bidding starts with a thousand dollars the program is opened to full and part time school employees of a family with five children was able to escape the burning home this morning a detroit's east side father woke up to this smaller smoke and alerted the family fire started and upstairs bedroom in the home of 1100 block of belfour's street boys have issued a warning about scammers targeting works some businesses using dte energy as bait so this is how the scam works according to police a person we'll call and say that the businesses behind on its energy built this camera will tell the business that the power will be set off if money is not paid the dte energy immediately this camera will give instructions on how to send the money usually in the form of prepaid gift cards police warned against sending any form of payment to any the organisation are medal andhra wjr news our the to seventeen bells bayview mcelroy's report wjr's ted ever gam last start of the two thousand seventeen belt beer baby mac and irate occurred just moments ago well last eight owes raging from seventy to eighty feet brought hawaiian added art north nardi to end of ten to twelve not moving night late rangers picked up it's going to be a long and uncomfortable like released sailors had or back at all islet the burst boats should reach the island if lead when all sometime on sunday with most of the fleet if you can going the daylight hours of monday i would be kind of a normal race for this uh they're sailing classic this is a ninety third sailing at this rate rate wjr's ted ever have wjr news time coming up on 205 wjr traffic and weather first on the five time.

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"belfour" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"belfour" Discussed on KGO 810

"All right fitness health and food segment is brought to you by active five and i am as thrush against joining me in studio we'll talk a little food is well because he's a food expertise results with screenwriter guy you have a new feature film that you're gonna be directing that you wrote that sir coming up here in just a little travis romero is joining mian studio high travis high so we what's this new movie you're making it's called amateurs and it's it's drama it's a bit of a bit of a action of but mostly just drama and yeah it's it's about it's about a girl who comes from ohio young girl she comes to la and she gets caught up up kind of in in the party lifestyle and these kind of go back from their it's cautionary tale there you because they're on at an interesting i can't wait to see this again wait to hear more as it is you get closer making in thicky you in the name of the company has dissident films that you're correct dissident films cool so and we do we know there's a piece of work and i note alan how much reinterprets on your i am db page travis okay you cocreated and wrote on whitecollar absolutely okay good yeah yeah yeah i got so you guys never really has whitecollar chris you know matt yes from my caller you actually tinu interview him i've interviewed him and he used to be like a huge part of my mom's bakery when she had bakery what the kid than it has banned all the time to the kids were gluten free in began and are you kidding i did not know that connection there luckily he's a he's the nicest guy you ever want to you ever wanted me very cool you know it's funny when matt boehmer was auditioning for whitecollar the heat one of my good friends was also auditioning for a partner guide anger paul for her work with eric belfour's six feet under and all kinds of south you'd recognize them and it came down to those two guys is and i was of.

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"belfour" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"belfour" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Need real bad for what the saved my life why do you think your life is in danger walk with me to the hotel we can talk someone may hear scanning out here who is this this god's i met him in belfour's last month i worked up that's why we are expecting a lot of cowboys from the talks this trail he was went up fancy cloud me back to death says it's going to stay with a leading he's got gold fever and the holly fever car oh yes mm expos you could call it that you don't think much of him boom why would you say that your left him lying on the floor back now asking take care of himself sides i had to stop you from lately what happened must have cut my xuan staff are you heard matt ryan called feels twisted can stand up i dunno chara here oh thank you i can't put any weight on that foot may be able to carry it a culture yes thank you i hope it isn't broken think it might be good apponaug way how's it feel broken you've got big guns paladin i like manly hey guys.

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