17 Burst results for "Bob Hartley"

"bob hartley" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

Spittin' Chiclets

05:54 min | 3 weeks ago

"bob hartley" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

"Called in white tough year to tell you often gordie dwyer what kind of shady shit was going on the quebec junior league when your plan there. That type of stuff was going on with terry squad yet. La belle was like i said they out all they were known. It was the house of pain before my time. You at the team with bob. Hartley was the coach. Always a tough tough team and it was a. They tried to intimidate us. So that was that was hall was like kind of the the rivalry so hall of always kinda too so it was fun. And that's how i met michelle -tarian then after that. We kind of hated each other playing against him but then i had him in the american league when he signed montreal and i had him in the nhl. Obviously when i played for montreal so is h other fredericton rhetoric tanya so you spent some time there as well. I was lucky like my years was when i was twenty years old. I actually spend maybe three months there only so that wasn't bad but then at twenty one they send me back for almost a full year but a twenty on. They spent half of the season. There you think that next year they looked at like. Let's just give them a full year in the minors and then like he'll be end up coming up now. They fucked me that year because that they call me up in november. When i was twenty years. I pro- pro- Year saw twenty. You're they called me up. Tiba was number one. You got hurt. I was with padua lonski. And i ended up playing pretty much all the games like i was there for three weeks. Played all the game. And i out some pretty good game so so i felt i. I'm like okay. i'm almost there good. They send me back down and then not gonna name names air but something happened between padua blond skin teammates so all that to say they traded job lonski and they brought me up in february to finish a season so then the playoffs starts replaying jersey. It's me and tibo now playing jersey and we're all in three so they put me in the net for my first playoff game down. Three three in montreal. I play i'm running. I'm walking to the ring because we're saying at deal. Tell their team mocking. Nobody knows me which. I was walking to sue but nobody want pretty much. Nobody and then we won that game in triple overtime. So then they put me the other game which we laws. But i'm like okay. I finish the last two gains. I think i i and whatever third star so i'm like okay now next year. It's going to be me and siebel. We're gonna fight june july first gun. I'm playing golf. I get a call from a reporter. Yeah montreal just sign andy. Mo- do a two year deal so occasionally sell. You're going to go in the minors lauren. Sam getting cut in fucking july. I said give me a chance. At least you know so camp. And then finally i. that's how i ended up passing the spending. Most of the twenty one had to play off. You played the year before a little bit when they signed mug did you ever meet with. Gm in kind of tell him what the fuck i x. When they said that right away. I was fuming. Because i really. I was ready to fight for the number one job with deebo now being cut just at least say well we. We brought inexperienced. We're going to see train. At least they say the right thing. So i'm getting cut so we had a meeting. He's like all just play well. We'll see so. I ended up. I think solid catholic. Like because i was so pumped up. Yeah how to camp. And then when they send me the last day of camp they send in the minor because they wanted to kind of keep me till the end but so then there was like the big thing he gonna going to report them like for. Sure i'm going to report. But that's when you see montreal i i'd like twenty games experience and i threw a freaking press conference to explain that in the minor. This that's montreal. Like and i didn't wanna do it. It's just a team said. Know media's asking you gotta go through a press conference so you could answer because i'm like whatever we were just talking to the rock and he said that there was a couple of teammates going on at one point and they had to in the media guy was walking over to open up the door to let all the media and he's like what are you doing with. There's a couple players going at right now. Says god forbid we hold the media the room. Shit storm yeah but you you gotta play with almost. It's a game within the game. You gotta deal with the media. That like i had a few guys i kept on my side. You know. feed them a little bit of story. Because it's so big the media you you have to so but Fredericton was greater. Played with terry ryan legend. And my mom. Oh my god. I saw you guys. I never told you like the best. We had for saint patrick's day i never tell let's hear he decides because i left terry. It's a fun story. He's not gonna mind. I was nervous what he was going to say because what i played with them i was only twenty years old so he could. He could have through my name on album all about anyway. We had a bad. He's like you know it. Saint paddy's i'm going to go into a bar. 'cause we all went out to drink little puppies like i want to be my own record. I'm gonna try to drink thirty six beers in one hour and we'll count it so we went there so we're all around it. He puts i think after like twenty five or something you gets up for piss. You just fall of strays. that's it. Our i was just one hour. Twenty five i think or whatever but he the previous day so all of that to say he was a great guy for the team on when you got sent down obviously at the press conference. Go down there with a pretty good attitude. Hey i'm gonna still work on my game where you have to. Because fuck your your. I was making forty thousand a year over there. Canadian dollars.

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"bob hartley" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York

WGBB Sports Talk New York

05:30 min | 4 months ago

"bob hartley" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York

"Maybe a you know a tougher. You know a guy or a guy you know. teaches a tougher game And mostly they're guys you know household mates that you've heard me talk it and go on to You know john todarello certainly would have to be the mix there and Bob hartley Who i believe coach was the coach who coached chris. Jewelry in colorado. And wanna come with you re on the roster that's in So he's he's out there he's Actually coached in in the h. All this season and won the championship there and he is Currently coaching Team latvia in the world championships as well. So you know he's another guy that will get a look. I've seen Seed patrick ause name Which would make some sense And so you know. They're they're a bunch of names out there. That are very familiar to do a lot of hockey fans You know and and that's kind of you know it's going to be one of those guys. It's you know wherever gets a child. It's it's not to be a guy that you you know you're going to be shaking your head. Saint louis guy you know. It's going to be somebody you've heard of before. I totally agree with that. The guy that jumps off to me is is john tortorella really. I was always a fan of torts. it always Really upset me when the rangers you know fired him. A few years back After the the twelfth thirteen season I would love to see toward brought back but you know. I'm comfortable with any decision that that jury makes i would love to see bob. Hartley come in so it's a. It's a really interesting mixed. They have because it's just like you said David quinn was a nice guy. I don't know if necessarily deserve to be fired this year. If it was me..

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"bob hartley" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York

WGBB Sports Talk New York

05:30 min | 4 months ago

"bob hartley" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York

"Maybe a you know a tougher. You know a guy or a guy you know. teaches a tougher game And mostly they're guys you know household mates that you've heard me talk it and go on to You know john todarello certainly would have to be the mix there and Bob hartley Who i believe coach was the coach who coached chris. Jewelry in colorado. And wanna come with you re on the roster that's in So he's he's out there he's Actually coached in in the h. All this season and won the championship there and he is Currently coaching Team latvia in the world championships as well. So you know he's another guy that will get a look. I've seen Seed patrick ause name Which would make some sense And so you know. They're they're a bunch of names out there. That are very familiar to do a lot of hockey fans You know and and that's kind of you know it's going to be one of those guys. It's you know wherever gets a child. It's it's not to be a guy that you you know you're going to be shaking your head. Saint louis guy you know. It's going to be somebody you've heard of before. I totally agree with that. The guy that jumps off to me is is john tortorella really. I was always a fan of torts. it always Really upset me when the rangers you know fired him. A few years back After the the twelfth thirteen season I would love to see toward brought back but you know. I'm comfortable with any decision that that jury makes i would love to see bob. Hartley come in so it's a. It's a really interesting mixed. They have because it's just like you said David quinn was a nice guy. I don't know if necessarily deserve to be fired this year. If it was me..

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"bob hartley" Discussed on Double Tap Canada

Double Tap Canada

04:49 min | 6 months ago

"bob hartley" Discussed on Double Tap Canada

"Of things and then when it comes to the classes he said you know a are is a core technology and is something we are looking into says nothing but he just says enough that someone could take away whatever they want to know. He does he does. he doesn't tastic. I love it when he was talking about tesla he was talking about tesla. And you'll in muscat. Apparently offered him tesla For a tenth of his market value. bob hartley. He never took a meeting with the musk. And tim's response to that was yes. I've never spoken to musk and brilliant line. Which doesn't see anything but says it a love that is good at the interest on the glass point though he doesn't say and he never has. Of course he won't say the apple glasses coming but what was interesting was how he talked about augmented reality. Now we've had sumi remorse about virtual reality. I'm still not convinced. Apple going to make a virtual reality headset. I don't think there. I really don't think there. I think we've mentioned realities where we're going to this. Maybe the maybe this little emoji with the glasses on everyone's excited about this is the image this being used to display the delete c if and everyone's all excited because emojis have glasses on maybe a sign. It's a sign from above sign. It is a sign of as an event happening on june seventh. And they'll be talking about. Is whoever mac os wherever and it'll be boring stuff. This week. i bought stuff this week. Let's let's get into this fund right so this is an to light strip This is you know. Come on the led lights trips. You get right you can wrap around your daska rapper. And wherever this is oh god. Oh this isn't. This isn't some garbage for two nine thousand nine from the short stars with a right. I mean this is. This is a name ryan. You can connect to smart devices of the stream. Daiki can hook up to that. I haven't opened it yet. I'm excited by. It should be at an well. You know you shouldn't obviously this react. You know but the one thing that i did by this week which i've gotta say I regret instantly and thankfully the packaging is so well done because the packaging allows put it right back in back to the company. Logitech keys to go. Yes go back as where you're going go. These are terrible. this is a worse keyboard. Will you love the keys. No no no no. No no no no no. This is kista gora. You're thinking of my next keys keyboard..

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"bob hartley" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports

The Steve Warne Project - Sports

05:49 min | 8 months ago

"bob hartley" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports

"We've had conflict if someone doesn't want to be here. That's a hard thing for me to stomach quite honestly and he added. I'll tell you this. I do think the athletes today. It's a softer athlete. As for the benching. I would do it again. And after tortorella bench dubois for the majority would turn out to be his final game with the blue jackets early last week. Everybody was speculating. The falling or the failing relationship between the two led to the centers trade demand. Last month dubois said that Any of the contract negotiations that had nothing to do with it But didn't want to explain why he demanded trade and tortorella said as for me A lot of people have some perceptions that i and they don't have a clue of who i am. I've always kinda suspected that about all torts in that. He's he is a bit of a mad dog when it comes to his The images we see during hockey games even dressing room action. He some try and go after. Bob hartley one time. We've seen him in those documentaries where he's barking at his new york rangers back in the day And now with columbus. I certainly think that there's a different guy. Because i've seen enough interviews where he's away from the game. We're talking about charities People with high needs and things and to see the softer side of john tortorella. There's a lot more there than we see the hockey games. Yeah i know. And you brought up this barry trotz thing to write about it you know where they're you know the head coach now. He's not the first one to say our guys. They're not they don't have their head in the game. You know and i guess. I guess i gotta say the trotz the same thing i would say the fans like take it easier. Trotz take it easy man. Just just dial it back. You know. And i've never i've never been a big fan of. I love john tortorella. Especially if you're if you're broadcaster right because it gives you such fodder stay. He does come up on our show quite a bit for a reason. I think yeah well looks. Tv look at the impact. That guy had telling. Larry brooks of the iconic hockey reporter in new york right when he told him to f off people. People still talk about that. But i'm not a big fan of the ultimatum type of coaching never was never will. I'm not a big fan of the ultimatum period. You know where if you don't do this okay. This is what's going to happen. You know some hard language right from particularly tortorella and then look at look at tortorella career..

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"bob hartley" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"bob hartley" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Right she was more back to the once this how many people know what this means three would you guys like percentage of our listeners it's a classic show I think that's where Rafael Larry Darryl and Darryl live right down the block I love New he was in Vermont I think that was where it was and yeah you can actually I believe stadia where they feel the shot yeah really it's called the I believe the way berry in all my gosh what a great the ending of another the difference is this the ending of that show new hearts his second foray into a sitcom you the the last episode the last scene which ended the show it ended up that new heart was entirely a dream the entire show was just a dream and he was actually Bob Hartley I think was his character on the original Bob Newhart show who had had a bad dream after having Indian food before dinner or something before going to bed and Suzanne Pleshette woke up in bed next to him but I was always wondering what if people didn't watch the original Bob Newhart show it's a great idea thank you it's a great ending it was a great ending that was absolutely awesome before I get better calls eight five five two one two for CBS just so you know I don't know if you know this but the mainstream media and sports are now trying to tell you Deborah Sweeney is a.

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"bob hartley" Discussed on The Crime Cafe

The Crime Cafe

13:31 min | 1 year ago

"bob hartley" Discussed on The Crime Cafe

"If it's not that's okay too. It's takes a very just like getting a publisher. It takes a very very long time and the experience of writing play has helped me a great deal. You know so you know it's a I don't worry about whether it's going to be produced or not. I do want to produce. I do want to write something. That's good that's basically always been my thing. I never worried about if I had a publisher not before. He wrote a book so well. Yeah it's you know I I don't care if it's it. This is a difficult thing is i. Don't care if it's commercial or not. I don't care if I really don't care if it's a good story and often those two things don't Mesh I mean so I've you know the first book I wrote. It took fourteen years to somebody to publish this book about three. So you know I mean I had said it's it's an Anna. The publisher of this book is independent publisher out of Chicago in Cya major publish so except when it gets published than ever every every every review it's gotten a said it's it's a very good so that end the first one do and so it's it's it's very interesting because well then why couldn't I get an agent. Why couldn't make it? So that tells you something about the publishing industry that right. It's not Nice plane. Well you know like say will `Bout Haji get published not say. I don't know I sent to everybody. I knew Finally Somebody said yes. And then we had published in but There is no rhyme or reason. I think I accept that. They're looking for something that can make money and you know it's a business. I understand worse so you can't get really bitter. I'm not bitter about it annexed actually so you know it's. I'm very happy next to her. Yeah I've been able to write what I wanted to write. It's great I think that's really the bottom line. How good you how well do right. Yes yes and little tired. As I'm self published author at this point I get a little tired of hearing. All this got to come out with three five ten books Keep your readers interested what I might now that you know I. I don't think that's that is a kind of mass. Production attitude is a problem because if you look at great writers great novels and so forth. They take years to produce that many books to say that. You'RE GONNA come out with three books. A year is that to me is then. Then what are you? What are you writing? And while you're writing so and that's difficult it because I know there are people who make their living from writing and I don't. I mean I have a job and that's how I make my living So I understand you know. And then there are people who make their living from writing and they feel like they have to produce that kind of material for me. It's you know it's kind of productive for me. Not Net for. I understand though if you have to make a living. That's a different story but I don't think the quality of the writing is going to be there. It just can't be unless you're a genius. I mean maybe you know. If you're a genius you can turn out that many books a year. But I don't see how I can do other than that. Where you take other means and rightly sleep. Let those shredders other people ghostwriters. Would he have you taken Fatemi Anyway? but I understand. I understand why people do. Yeah I just three inches. You're pushing yourself little too hard and sacrificing quality their own process. Sure that's my main concern Even though I have a funny Know the answer to ask anyway white SOX OR CUBS. Oh well now. That's an interesting story. That would be a quick quick answer. Not and I'm GONNA eat some time up here if you're from the south side your socks. Fan White section. If you're from the north side you are a cubs fan but if you're from the west side as like my father was a one socks me. My brother is a cubs fan. My friend is a white sox. Fan I am a cubs. Fan was so The the the west side is a little murky there. You know it's not as it's not a straightforward so That you thought that was gonna be a pretty straightforward answer. But it's not which makes it a west side make suicide even more interesting is even worse or is really interesting. Sounds like the civil war or something like Eur in like the borders state area. Yeah exactly territories. That whole thing is really interesting because The the old Chicago cardinals which was a football team is on the in the NFL and they were they. They played in Comiskey Park which was on the south side. While the bears played in Wrigley Field which was on the north side so the south side people were cardinals fans and up until about ten fifteen years ago. You could still find cardinals. Fans on the South Side Elderly Gentlemen and ladies who were cardinals fans rather than bears fans because of that so he is. Yes the lines are drawn Marie interesting. No I'm always kind of rooting for the cubs. A not from Chicago and I am from New York. Oh again I've been a lifelong met fan. Sure well I resent the mets in nineteen sixty nine. They dashed my dreams and the Red Sox. Yes thanks you ninety six. I can still I can. I can name everybody the main players on the cubs team from nineteen sixty nine. Oh my gosh. Wow I believe Baltimore was also beaten probably hubbs. How could how well? I'm sorry. It's okay. Then they research terrible team for so long. Sorry for.

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"bob hartley" Discussed on The Crime Cafe

The Crime Cafe

11:40 min | 1 year ago

"bob hartley" Discussed on The Crime Cafe

"It's it's in. The neighborhood actually is called Austin as a up until a few years ago. It was the largest neighborhood in Chicago but if you go to Chicago now the tourists go there. It's a basically a working class neighborhood in my childhood up until it out. I should say a working class white working class neighborhood until about till the time was about fourteen and then it became an african-american working class neighborhood within the next few years and During that time there was a lot of economic turmoil going on in the seventies and I witnessed it so in a Lotta racial turmoil as well and I witnessed all of that and That has put a mark on me that I have. I have difficulty writing about anything else. the stories. I've written I've written all seem to gravitate towards Like the sixty seventies I might write another one that set in the eighties it because I can't find anything that is as I know poignant to even to. What's going on now the the book? Although I'm certainly glad that it is looked upon as a as a new are novel that it's a you know captures that time and so forth but I think of it as a metaphor for System itself so with actually a lot of or experiencing right now out of low cloud Low paying jobs a lot of people without any Real any well without a lot of hoped answered a lot of economic insecurity You know it. It's what I tried to capture this. This one event going on is one few months in which All of it's coming down on top of them you know and they they really can't human beings like to think they're in control but in reality as we found out recently You're not in control. And so he scrambled to find some kind of control when we really don't have it and hence people going out and trying to empty the stores and toilet paper anyway. You know so. We're constantly trying to do that. But in in reality is sometimes the situation. You have no control. And that's what they're finding out here absolutely I think that the your story is representative. Not just if Chicago but of urban areas and the country in general at various levels to new seem less great. Because it's it's one of attempting to do you know it's not just about those people those those that time it's representative of what's going on with new millions of people right now. Sir I mean I live in Maryland and the first thing that comes to my mind is Baltimore. Oh sure the Baltimore. Dc DC have struggled with right huge urban issues and of course you see that in TV and shows like homicide the wider that transit right right exactly but the characters in your book or so well drawn and unique How many of them were based say loosely or otherwise on real people? We're all composite characters so None of them are exactly the same person but I did know people similar to those people and what I try to do is Cobble them together and make them more interesting by putting them together. You know so Annette's attempted to do they ring true. That's very good because They are fictional. None of them really existed so but they ring true it just you asking. That question tells me something that they did. So that's Great Fisher. I mean they have always wonderful little quirks and you can tell all of them apart. They all have a certain traits or a look to them. They make some distinct. That's when you can do with allies characters. That's a real skill. There was a good writer. There's a Chicago writer Nelson. Algren and I what he tried to do was which he was like he he's He's long gone now but he was highly influential with me because he When I read his books I saw somebody who is looking at a neighborhood and actually writing about people who aren't represented in Fiction very often and Captured it very well. And that's going to his Traits was that he was able look all these characters and even the minor character. If you were to follow that character out the door you would be experiencing a story that might just be as compelling as the one you're reading which is that's tough to do. An Auburn did very well. If if you're saying that I've come close to it. That's great because that's what I'm looking for. Now you've got interested in reading more Nelson Albritton beyond wilderness. Start there you'll see the yes the short stories of neon wilderness He was unbelievable. He was unbelievably great writer. Fantastic to know Let's see the bar you write about has so many unique characters. Okay and Do you write individual. Bios reach them or do you just as you go. How do you handle everything straight? Well you know I it. I do draft and what I would do is. I'd write every day so right every day. Right PART OF EVERYDAY BUT As far as characterization goes I was given a suggestion along very long time ago and It was this. It's not important for the reader to know what the characters doing twenty four hours a day. It's a it's important for the writer to know so if you had asked me for example what. The main character of northern central is doing right. Now I could tell you so in his typical day. the same is true of all the characters you have to know them so well and even description of what they're wearing. It's the next day the next day to find Find the characters I would them from head to toe but then again the the the the reader doesn't have to know what they were headed. Tell you have to know as the writer so Dan you choose. What is the most poignant things but is what gives you the most bang for the buck To tell you about that place in those people and another interesting thing that was given a suggestion Minor characters supporting characters are part of the setting so the way they're described tells you something other places. Well so what I'm trying to do. Anyway is to try to get as much from a character as possible as far as conveying the story and so a minor minor supporting characters part of the setting tells you about the place will. What does it tell you about the place? You know what they're wearing you know. And and how and and the speech the dialogue itself. It's over tells you something about the place to it's so that's basically what I did. That says how I work. Dialogue is also very authentic. Thank you I. I understand that you are involved in the dancing material to a stage. Yeah uh-huh shortly. Well probably about a year after the book was Was Out This German Ed. Blacksburg isn't is his name. And he he was a co-founder of American bliss. Seder Chicago's very old. State or company goes back to the eighties and he. He got hold of me on facebook and he said you know. I'm I'm Ed Blackford and so you know American theater and are you interested in and Writing this is a play and I said yes I am and especially the because it was. The Scarlet Theater Company didn't is there a workout with a American Blues Theater? They're going in a different direction. But with Ed it did so at an odd. I and another gentleman were working on it and it's a different animal. I can tell you that right now. Very different thing and it's going to be different than the book it ever is produced and This has been going on for a while few years. So it's it's a whole different challenge. I've never I've never written a play before. So it's they're they're very With me which is Great. That's great yeah. I understand completely because my first novel was optioned for a movie producer is and she asked me to write the screenplay and Mike Young and the funny thing is that I had written a screenplay previously to other naturally not professional at this point in terms of sales. It's just it is very very different. Getting into kraft's screenwriting. It's a nation. Have Different yes very different races? Different Let's see that was going to talk about the differences between the two and then I think we already have. I guess incense isn't hard to find money to produce stage places things I I would say yes. That's not my actually. We haven't really been Worried about that as much as a writing a good play simply writing. I think though that it is an in respect to This would be an ensemble piece and it would be at least ten characters to make it to to capture the place and that makes it difficult because obviously the pay ten actors you and and And also you're looking for an ensemble theater company and that's the Fortunately Ed Had A friend of his that that does have an ensemble theater company. He's looking at it now. He's a professional rider. More than I as far as writing for television and Film Theater. So he's looking at it now it will jump in and for its over. We'll have four or five people involved in and hopefully we'll have something good by the end if it's produced as great.

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"bob hartley" Discussed on The Crime Cafe

The Crime Cafe

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"bob hartley" Discussed on The Crime Cafe

"I this the crime cafe. You're podcasting source of rape crime. Suspense and Thriller Writing. I'm your host Debbie Mac before I bring on my guest. I'll just remind you that. The Crime Cafe has to e books for.

"bob hartley" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

11:04 min | 2 years ago

"bob hartley" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Com le Roy Butler is our castle right welcome to big Alan Jo Jo here in Denver how are you today. are you guys doing and we're doing good the right man it's so good to talk to you man I saw you are on something I think it was a a football life or something then you would do on a tour of Packers stadium in showing people where you introduce it what would you introduce the Lambeau leap man that's still cool yeah I love going there that's one of branding things we do here Wisconsin people I should take towards it you get alumni to do is work for you because a lot of fun well the ride the attackers have started off hi nice to and and which is digging into some of the stats we noticed that Aaron Rodgers holds on to the ball a pretty long time back there's mere fact he he's number east number two from the bottom in getting rid of the football do you see that as being a possible problem with the pass rush that the Denver Broncos albeit having shown yet but are capable of. well good thing about big fragile he knows Aaron Rodgers he knows all about it last year you know I didn't play them twice a year but again this is the best password she'll see what Chubb and Bob Miller who I have a lot of respect for your time he said secure won a Superbowl for you you have a lot of respect for that but at the same time what have you talk about it these days you look for ways to exploit that so they'll do a lot of things like chip in the old both of those guys are trouble balls balance was screens withdrawals and stuff like that but for the most part if he doesn't get rid of all they would have an opportunity to sack him but it is saying that they usually have a limited supply of those shows him. but some stars some corn bags like to do it their way there aren't all GM changes dance will. what's our what's unique about Aaron Rodgers is that I think that there are I think he really likes veteran tight ends and the reason I say that is because when you start looking at the guys that have played there he if he looks like he doesn't want to break in a young tidy and anytime soon now you have to tidy and what yeah dear cook last year and now you have Jimmy Graham and Mercedes Lewis those are two guys that a long in the tooth would know well how to play the game of football and Aaron Rodgers grows too is tidy and frequently what is the deal they are these just love the tight ends. I think you like the fact that both guys a big target is the knowledge that you think about that little slower when he was in Tennessee he loved away walk away like you all to the Titanic which was served batch jobs I made duplicate the touchdown he threw two Geronimo Ellison last week that ball was going to Jimmy Graham but for some reason the safety took admit that open up a window for Geronimo Allison so these guys don't have a big target they can move coverages so it it really says a lot a plus they don't have to put a lot of stress on the altar tackled still but you ARE you know if somebody's other guys they can't hi dear like dead to help to stay in the past a lot right when you look at the week one against the Chicago Bears it looked like there may have been a little time to get ramped up in this new metal floor system an offense and then you look last week and all my goodness I came out and hit the Minnesota Vikings in the mouth in a hurry I'm do you see a a an adjustment obviously from from Aaron Rodgers and obviously this entire offense learning a new system she's going to be new deflected defense they don't have a lot of deal charts all slack goal because they haven't played it and is just a basic kind of know what L. we want to do it all went on desires of door to what I think is more than once one of the most under rated receivers a Emmanuel Sanders news about that is it. but ultimately you have to figure out a way how do I keep the change of mood and when they came out got up twenty one about the Minnesota you think what is going to be a blow out well guess what Jim Martin who's who has played rides a lot. and have done all I get a here's some tendencies here's what they like to go all second wind third and fourteen and they were able to get to sixteen points all to believe if the Packers defense one day game they're going to be like that we have a new coach you made the Kessel jeans slip in or you do lose some Heartbreakers like your head Sora later you'll start to win games by your total clear or by your coach is put in a great spot. what a let Matthews leave I don't understand you know you have a all time player there with the Packers won the let him leave well I can give you my real aspect of the. you know what Randall that will hurt okay Matthews that one hurt. Mike Daniels that will hurt me there's no real way how do you get rid of the one of your guys that long Jeff but for the most part because want to make is James younger a walk to activate three agencies so they went out and got the Smith brothers who they gave a lot of money and it felt like that the best direction for Mike Ted is decent I may if Ted Thompson would have still been here at the GOP you may still have some models player sooner or later I picked up their base was ready to move on from a lot of these guys and twenty guys you have to go back with the rams rent a car visit Dow's both guys are doing very well but you know it's gonna come in a tab at the age. how do you do there where Rogers I mean do you talk to you thank you. you know you just don't know if you don't have a. how what's the best way for a hall of Famer to leave I think the best way would be like letting his older brother is to go to Denver what a Super Bowl with the fifty fifth at Denver hi maybe that's what was going to go on well we have the right but live from the Green Bay Packers on with his and I I I have to ask you this because there are a lot of this doesn't make sense to us around here we're trying to deal with okay a continuation plan with only ship but you guys are in a unique situation in Green Bay where you guys have the fans as the owner what what is who makes the determination on. GM is and who makes it terminates on when you fire codes or when you give an extension if there's no owner it is very unique back in nineteen nineteen the people say we want to keep our change okay great last year it was a hundred years of the Green Bay Packers this year is a hundred yes with an SL. lord now all we have mark Murphy is basically our older but you're right it corrected if you bought a stock certificate you Cadillac owner but at the same time so you do have an executive board we could actually get rid of mercy or they could just say you know what or do you know about all right Bob rations our guru cause but malice floor yeah follow me now battle of Florida you reporter mercy Batticaloa calls so unconventional are used to be overall will one will ran everything got to do with football okay no our president you know Bob Hartley he just did everything in the building at the bank money outside the building so it brings a little bit different now and I think that's the reason why a battle of slow all would be attached to mercy if she's successful Murphy is golf he won the Nobel Peace Prize here but these not people as they maybe they need to change and then that they will get rid of mercy which means that you you you'll get a new de facto owner that would bring in a new GM slash new quarterback right it is in it's a Lotta okay what happened this is why I like you. you put the skin in the game of lot of people like you would a cowboys a set up but the only involved. doesn't work yes or no I don't have a problem with that you don't yes some owners like to get out of the way give god the checkbook medical went for me and I'll give you whatever you are but sometimes when you don't have a lot of skin at a gala that that invested I mean do you people call question do you care about your friend channels so I make a lot of people really do not like was going on in Miami beach if the players who wore you can give away like six of sixty giga noticed. nobody. all of this now you mentioned the right look right we got to just under a minute here but I I have to bring up the the Green Bay defense right now and it's it's plain lights out defense you are holding teams to very low score what is the biggest change their. what is my brother it airs smells the president's mess those guys are amazing I made they gave twenty million guaranteed okay they give us sixty million guarantee an old by the way they give up eleven G. to Andre most for Chicago they didn't stop they gave Billy Turner who was in there. the back up now you start at right guard they spent a lot of pages okay but all that these ads they always got sex leisurely as seven or eight years that's so they want to get the turtle was now they're getting the total was it again after the quarterback and he just crawl and they're saying it it if don't do a lot of stupid stuff but again they have opportunities to you can you will have opportunities down this field to make plays click clack I'll have to find those opportunities if you go to the ball he's gonna get sex you have to run also living also marked it to you by the way. make it again do you have to love the lord Butler is loaded with Denver Broncos on his. yeah well I don't know where that ball without. hi I live right we appreciate it pack a legend and analysts are time servers the non Packers news dot com that is Laurie Butler it's big gala judge on the voice of Colorado K. away..

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"bob hartley" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

Spittin' Chiclets

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"bob hartley" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

"And that was it was that avalanche squad the most stack team you've been on and your career. Would you say? Yeah. Yeah. So then we yeah. So most talented team I've ever played on. Oh, I show up. So they truckin I leave the next morning. We send the clock chartered flight. The the they sent a plane for us. And we go through Kansas City. They get the Calgary. I don't know why we did that. But and planning Calgary that night and really really weird feeling walk into that room and seeing a different jersey with your number on it. I got Tresco out really second period. I'm behind my net and come out and I see Joe. Come across the blue line Ripa pass rate on his tape. He wrote the past. No, it was passing the hey to hey, due to sack on the other blue line goes in on a breakaway and scores. My. I think this might be fun and certainly wants tremendous team talented and really a team that you know, was ready to win when they got their ninety six and one and ninety six, but I think other achieve somewhat, you know, not get into the finals more often or winning another Cup. So you know, you go there and they're fighting for they're fighting for playoff spot. Actually, when I got there that you weren that always twenty two twenty three games or twenty three out of twenty six games or something like that to what our division, and then we, you know, we get this unplowed against Dallas that year, and you know, the post in the last seconds of the game and we lose by goal. And there that I was going back the next year. So and the next year was. Crazy from day one Bob Hartley. Really raise the bar in terms of expectations for not team knows more or less. You know, the Cup for bus expectations were really trying to focus on because terms of offense. We had so much talent. And but it was a matter of committing and really I have an incredible attitude and tries to play without the puck. I think you look at all great teams. You know, you look at the Oilers or the islanders or the wings. I think they never won cops till they're really, you know, really were focus on details. And and be tells probably without the puck and how to plan your round, and regardless of how much count you have offensive if you don't focus and really connect to be responsible. When that side of the park, I take you'll never win in the end. So he really really talked about that. I they cap and really worked on. That and try to ask terms of commitment from all the guys that if we could really focus and try to be one of the best effects of teams that in the end, I really give us a great opportunity to win guys really bought in. And we were the best defensive team in the in the league that year Patrick beat the the record for most wins my goalie had the best schools against savage. Joe won the Hart trophy score fifty goals. Hey to school fifty goals, we wanna presidents trophy really had an incredible year. And then you know, we get to the playoffs and. Happen. Ray you kind of mentioned the Hartley situation. Now, a lot of guys have been vocal about how they essentially hated his guts, extremely thankful. The fact that he cracked the whip that hard couple stories, obviously the one about him getting locked the locker room. I don't know if that one's true after you guys up, but in the other funny Hartley stories that you have or maybe like like fuck you matches. You guys got into along the way..

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"bob hartley" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"bob hartley" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Hey by the way you'll get a kick out hey bill i gotta tell you story so i'm you know larry templeton don't you of course so i'm in my wedding wasn't really so learn our friends i'm in i'm in california yesterday not i'm in i'm in hollywood for something and i've gotta get i'm i'm heading to lax and i call larry back about something in larry this and i don't mean this the roadway this is larry is just fillers dona larry was the director at mississippi state for what about twenty five years maybe longer so larry larry calls me back and said so what are you doing he said i just got in i've been on my tractor and now i'm going to watch them state ballgame i mean is that does that say at all or not that hit and and again t larry and have a cigar in his man but but i just said i mean that's about his down home as you get and commissioned always dead when he retired one of the things he was looking fall to going fishing with their attempt he by the way the you know they talked about all the time i'm not convinced they ever did by the way well but you know what it was the county anyway it's the part i heard though bill i used to hear they had another friend to the passed away that they they always talked about going down to the lake i only heard sitting sitting around watching this network which they both played a critical role in and i heard more about drinking bourbon than i did fishing and and smoking cigars you know what and and the best part about that is can insert bob hartley was probably in the background.

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"bob hartley" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

31 Thoughts: The Podcast

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"bob hartley" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

"Team stablishment team this is the new york rangers huge market go after who's now going to be a first time in l coach no i think this was their plan i think this is something they really wanted to do i think there were a lumber of names i heard you know dan byles mma maybe wait for berry trots bob hartley was in latvia or something like that and the one thing i heard from the rangers all the way through is that nope they're going to go new new and you know as the rangers organization is a lot of boston connections and i think they really believe that he was one of the possibilities for it anything we can read into this by way of how they will act in free agency as indication this if it's if it's clean comes in quinn is the new head coach you know we know of course from boston university working with younger hockey players is traditional rebuild now for the new york rangers there was some talk awhile ago about taking a small step back and then getting i in free agency do we read anything into the rangers strategy for free agency by this hiring well you'll the one thing is i think like most other teams they're going to take a look at vars and see if he is interest but you know right now you know what you against you know thirty other teams although some of the better chances than others but i don't know if you can count on that right now so this says to me that they are prepared to go the long way you know i wouldn't be surprised if they brought a rick nash back at a lower number if something like that happens even grabner back at a similarly low number and go from there but i think in less like taveras says yet you're my choice i think they're going to be conservative they've gotta find out some of these guys can play he liked the hiring i do i think that it's interesting like the only thing that makes me wonder about it is it's clear that they really had to work them to go and sometimes we've talked about this it's like dating if somebody really doesn't wanna.

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"bob hartley" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

31 Thoughts: The Podcast

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"bob hartley" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

"The all new two thousand eighteen gmc terrain is the compact suv thoughtfully designed with you in mind with features like the traction select system to revolutionize how you adapt to the road a full flat front passenger's seat to give you up to eight feet of cargo space and an innovative electronic precision shift system to make shifting easier than ever the two thousand eighteen gmc terrain is truly mighty like a pro gmc we are professional elliot before we get to news it's a couple of days old now that's a poll finn situation as the new general manager in the minnesota wild organization as we record this david quinn has just been named the new head coach of new york rangers which one you want to talk about i do quin okay this was a guy the rangers really wanted after the lost i would on jim montgomery like jim montgomery had to make a choice between dallas and the rangers and i think dallas was like nope we're getting this done i where a boarding our surge we're cutting short we're hiring jim montgomery and so he went there and then i really do believe that david quinn was the guy the rangers wanted and i think they just kept on sweetening it and sweetening it until he couldn't say no it's the offer he couldn't refuse godfather style is are you surprised that the rangers i mean this is heritage team stablishment team this is the new york rangers you know huge market go after who's now going to be a first time nhl coach no i think this was their plan i think this is something they really wanted to do i think like there were a lumber of names i heard you know dan byles mma maybe wait for berry trots bob hartley was in latvia or something like that and the one thing i heard from the rangers all the way through is that nope they're going to go new and you know as the rangers organization is a lot of boston connections and i think they really believe that he was one of the possibilities for it anything we can read into this by way of how they will act in free agency nikkei shin this you.

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"bob hartley" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"bob hartley" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"To really get to the bottom of things they want to change at the top today in ottawa the assembly of first nations special meeting indigenous leaders voted in favour of the resignation of the chief commissioner of the national inquiry into missing and murdered indigenous women and girls it's not the first col from marion bowlers exit many of said they've lost faith in the process and within the inquiry itself there's been a significant loss of staff sheila north wilson is the grand chief of the manitoba key way to now we owe key macinacco we reached her in ottawa grandkids north wilson could i start by asking how you voted on this motion requesting that the chief commissioner reside i i will vote i left before voting actually it on purpose you you purposely didn't want to vote corporal they call on koa carl kobo on volvo car or will uphold the it will allow or quote hollow alqoma part of her paul father bob hartley will how um commissioner bowler handled it afterwards than set that even if it had passed she wouldn't have stepped down anyway and so i don't think she respects this process i said what i had to and i and i did what i did um i leading up to it and i wanted to you know other people to take up a call if they wanted to so so you didn't vote had you voted which way wouldn't have gone well absolutely i would have voted yes to have i'll be forced to resign then i did in my heart and in my mind why why do you think this inquiry would be better without mariam bullet she's a very intelligent woman and i don't question that at all in the fa i don't even questioned her intention in wanting to help in this situation but she leads with her head and her knowledge more than she leaves with her heart and that's not what's this inquiry needs this enquiring need someone that has hashian on this subject uh but also compassion of course first of all for.

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"bob hartley" Discussed on Classic Races

Classic Races

02:19 min | 4 years ago

"bob hartley" Discussed on Classic Races

"For sports to come up with aldridge optional your activity this year so what four hundred of the toughest laughter ardmore races who starts on the ball about martens will in only wrong well here long term usually it there's a racial history very room years duration a you like something always close to me and the coaches which is inflicted in in you know this is a drone you is gonna as everyone and we got a shot calls of a thought for the gentleman who is riding for number one position in the grand national point standing for the three million dollar winston cubs series this year outside whole is our committee or california's george former as george former up bob hartley's build exist i've attractive very physical in year in driving on the way in there and it in there i mean i've seen now i'm in the so you can imagine outside it is the driver with you know the browns are going to get through corner and thirty i'm on it that was kind of action we're going to be presenting today on the moderates enough for such as they used graham national winston tough stars for the virginia five hundred as bobby isaac who was one of the toughest drivers ever since the postseason and i have while track about coming home to his kind or a strike martin's bill virginia will you know is coming omen out i'll always enjoyed earned it thanks to thing that animal more think that's on them in a did do that the basically late but in it and he comes to the marlins played well you don't feel like you come into assured like you come into two in a fifty mile raise the i'm a could partly when it makes you went in a five hundred now right you know or is homer war you feel like it is not the here that's probably isaac who was out here today driving the hot ellington audible the what i keith then you'll virginia five hundred from martin's bill virginia cam's quien the moderates enough for bringing you the action today in here was the starting grit thirtieth position upside of role fifth day in from fans over jenny other strong racing chevrolet of obvious money starting twenty ninth on the field or what you drive up the triangle virginia it will be travis hillary.

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"bob hartley" Discussed on The Minimalists Podcast

The Minimalists Podcast

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"bob hartley" Discussed on The Minimalists Podcast

"Podcast burnt but it's it's comedian our path and yeah i was just they get laid you know what i need to record because there's so many people out there like you know i don't see the so much with the guy's a read the crush rockets recycles but like the guys who got the harley hughes you know late helmets or for one season where and i'm i'm one around bob hartley freedom yeah and way where a helmet to work late you're a dollar if you don't were helmet and it's funny cause i grew up for so long thinking that we're down with like why skip orton never wore on the when i skating yeah like on the court exactly to think about it for second year good i was a kid and that's all i think you but the guy the like across rockets than they always had helmets on they knew they needed helmets right now it's up there were so cool there i got all black with the really cool mirrored the helmet which obviously look silly to me now but like as kid isn't a weird how i think some things are so cool looking as kids and then all the not been there's some threshold of your reach were like helmet that's not cool yeah yeah so i'm does here to his year appears say announcement helmets or cool que found value in helmets as their particular helmet your recommend their no but i would recommend get something like if you write a bye week get something you could do both in so like i've a but o'brien you know they're both of what we get to buy comment but i guess so use it as isner weren't there are differences leake venting because you know i think most nowhere how much have no events and because it's cold out you know what they're going through all of it i thought because a lot i mean you call me up your venting roger federer in your helmet you call i mean it has been sometimes you need to you could federer.

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