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The Hockey PDOcast
"brian elliott" Discussed on The Hockey PDOcast
"And if I'm not playing season long fantasy or daily fantasy, I'm not going to be as in tune with the league and the players. So I think they really have to step into that and embrace it. That's definitely going to upset a certain portion of the population, right? My father watches hockey games on on Saturday night. As soon as he sees the live betting odds come up on the broadcast, you know, he's going to have a seizures, like what's going on here, but you're not going to be able to appease everyone. I think you have to do it in a way that, you know, the thing with betting is you don't have to hit people over the head with you're the odds. And like going back this now, you can incorporate betting by just talking about probabilities, how Austin Matthews being injured affects the betting line and what that means in terms of a percentage, how a backup goalie, Brian Elliott starting instead of Andrei vasilevskiy in a game, how that impacts the market and what people view that as a downgrade.
AP News Radio
Point scores 2 goals, Lightning beat Predators 5-2
"Brayden point scored twice to lead the Tampa Bay lightning to a 5 two win over the visiting Nashville predators point got the opener less than two minutes in and the game winner early in the third. Backup goalie, Brian Elliott got the nod for this one and stopped 34 shots to earn the lightning win. Sometimes it's few and far between when I can get in there and I want to do everything I can for the guys to give us a chance and it's definitely good and I want to keep that going. Mark jankowski got the predators on the board with a shorthanded goal. Alexandra carrier brought them even after two. Walter marsicano Tampa
Veteran on the Move
"brian elliott" Discussed on Veteran on the Move
"Necessarily want to go into corporate America and get that JOB. What kind of advice comes to mind? Yeah, I think it all comes into reaching out to folks in the field that you're interested in getting into, whether that's SaaS, whether that's consumer products, whether that's ecomm. Each of these or whether that's entrepreneurship or acquisition writers, there's lots of opportunities and pathways towards being an entrepreneur. So I think it's an exercise in inspirational interviews and then segmentation and figuring out which one of these segments do you want to dive deep on. And buy a business for building a business that you need to go deep on informational interviews with people buying businesses. And that's buying plumbing businesses, then you got to find ten people that have bought a homemade business and talk to them. And so really continuing to segment down into the area in which you think will be most fulfilled, talking about folks that are down before and understanding how important, highly contextual information is because the path to build a venture back business is very different from the path to build up a business with debt. Understanding that, understanding the route, it's going to be required for you to take is really important to save yourself from those even more hair than you lost the military. Absolutely. Sage advice, awesome. I love the emphasis on networking and your approach to it. Back even when you were in the army before you got out. I would think if there would be one thing that a lot of veterans could do to tremendously improve their lot in life is figure out the networking thing. And share some great advice on that. So look forward to seeing success in the future and good luck to you. And hopefully you have back on the show sometime. Thanks so much. You bet. All right, these two veterans are Oscar Mike. Thanks for listening to veteran on the move. Your pathfinder to freedom. If you like to show, leave us a review on iTunes. Reviews are always greatly appreciated. So until next time, this veteran is screw Mike.
Veteran on the Move
"brian elliott" Discussed on Veteran on the Move
"To want. And so we're hiring, we're hiring goldsmiths as fast as we can to fulfill demand at this point, which is a good spot to be in. But it's really like folks hopefully like loved to hear that moment in time, but really it's the work that we put in on the front half. That really unlocks the capacity for us to have this broker in the back half. And how satisfying is the experience for the customer yeah, so our NPS scores and that promoter scores, which is the measurement of how likely someone is to recommend you to a friend or all of the charts for this. And so that was really our indicator that our consumer experience was correct. So we kept iterating on the series of events that a consumer would go through until they recommended a brand that would recommend a friend who saw that repeatedly. And so when you come on to well today, you probably heard that is from one of your friends, because it's that talked about. And it's just the experience of getting an exact replica of your design and your week in a week. That feels magical to the consumer. There's a lot of work in the background that goes to putting that on. But we're removing all of the stress from being in the store and all of the stress from buying blindly online and folks take the republic as they put them on their finger, like fall in love with it as design. And like we've solved a problem for them in a way that's meaningful. And so they're having the experience. They get to keep the replicas and that's honey in the ring. So the dogs will take the more expensive one on and the entire experience is just built around. Making it so much more enjoyable for the consumer. At the same time, we're very, very price competitive with all of our competitors because we don't hold the inventory. So we build everything just in time. So it's a much better consumer experience that is the same price as if you walk to a store. Yeah. As far as your supply chain, where do the diamonds come from, someplace specific or is it all over the map? Yeah. So when you get a lot of diamonds from Android, but ultimately are measures ethically sourced through the game really process. And beyond that, we have access to about half the world's diamonds through our relationships with what dye in mind is the diamond side holders. And so that allows us to have an ample supply to provide consumers optionality. What we'll do is when the consumer trust or replica and we actually go out to market and go cure it, then a selection of diamonds present them an option option FF three diamonds at a time and choose from. That way we can really go out, find what is the best time in a bit with that ring and make it easy on the consumer to make that file pick. Yeah, I was going to ask you, do people start with the diamond, or they start with the ring? They start with the design. There's a lot of the ring also the time. We generally know what shape they want, but the final diamond selection is typically the last step. We kind of encourage folks to get the design right, and then we'll find the perfect stone for that sign. Silver's still in style or are we going back to gold yet? It's a lot of goals. A lot of gold is classic yellow gold. And it's sort of, what's your mode right now? Yeah. Yeah, because 20 plus years ago, everything was gold, but for a couple of decades, it was nothing but silver, so it's kind of funny to see it going back. Making a comeback. Go back to gold, let's make it a comeback. So what kind of things have you learned? I mean, starting to start up from scratch, essentially, you know, your cofounder was in was in the diamond jewelry industry, family wise, which probably helps tremendously. But what kind of things, what kind of lessons learned do you have to share, starting a company from scratch like this, especially when you're reinventing a consumer experience? Yeah, so I would say going slow to go fast in the beginning is really what you're trying to do. And by going slow, I mean, don't just don't just pick a user experience because it's a little bit better or it's a lot better. It has to be like ten times better than what somebody experiences today for it to be worth committing resources and time to choose that. So you're really upfront a lot of time, iterating, trying different in our cases, user experience it, but in other cases, it's pure products, whatever you're used to that proposition is iterated until the customer has to have it. And then you can go hit the gas and capitalize the company and hire the team and all of those things are critically important. But you can capitalize the company and get the best team in place, but if you haven't done the work up front to ensure that once you're providing the substantially better than what's on the market, it's going to fail. Yeah. So if you're looking to reinvent a customer experience, how do you evaluate a typical customer experience? I can't think of one off the top of a head, but have you ever had it where you see the new customer experience, and when you see the new one at that point, you realize how frustrating the old one was and you never realized how frustrating it was. I really think there has to be pain in the process for someone to switch, right? And that's really what you're looking for is some level of stress, pain, angst, that makes it an experience covers like creating something that is ten times better, but people aren't looking for an alternative for, will necessarily have that effect that you're looking for. But people would have to be excited for an alternative because what they are currently going through is less than ideal. Yeah. Even when I was when I was in the Marine Corps there was a lot of frustrating processes and experiences. And of course, most of the time you can do anything about it. But in early on, I thought that I thought maybe I was just lazy because I always pushed back on some of the silliness that we had to go through and deal with. But later on, I started realizing, I'm not actually lazy. I just can't stand inefficiencies or those frustrating customer experiences that just don't have to be that painful. But and then post military. Every time I'm on a website or something, I'm just like, wow, this is really painful. I don't know who put this together. But just a lot more aware of that these days and years ago before you really thought about it like the frustrating experience of the DMV or we've all got those things. Go get in your driver's license, whatever it may be. But every once in a while you run into a state that's got things figured out a lot better than the other one. So interesting that you guys have basically taken the pain out of getting an engagement ring or getting wedding rings. So good on you. And that's awesome. So if somebody is interested in wove, trying out your process, looking for a ring, how do we find you? Yes, they go down. Well, me dot com is dot com and then we're on all the major socials that will underscore me. So Instagram, TikTok, all of the things. But yeah, easiest way is to go to a dot com and fill out a quiz. You'll get matched the designer and schedule an appointment to work with a designer or a veteran transition now. You can feel free to shoot me, shoot me a message on LinkedIn as well. And I'll get you squared away. That's awesome. Appreciate that. So if you're talking to somebody that is on their way out, look into getting entrepreneurship, didn't
Veteran on the Move
"brian elliott" Discussed on Veteran on the Move
"Transition. Yeah, I wish for a lot of folks that are getting out of the military networking feels like this gross word, right? But really, like you're increasing your surface area for luck by having interesting conversations with interesting people. And oftentimes in those conversations, there's a way that you can provide that individual value or at least be on their queue if they have something that they're going to need in the future. People instead are always a good boy to another person to test their product or look at a web page when you engage with totally clean eyes and you can at least offer that in value and exchange for some other time. And so you try to maximize the amount of interesting conversations interesting people show that you can provide value and then through that and some level of serendipity like folks tend to find a place to work out. Yeah, that's a great way to put it. Interesting conversations with interesting people. Definitely puts a good perspective on networking. So hold that thought. We're going to take a break and be right back. I know so many of you are figuring out what's next in your career as a veteran, you might be looking at a whole new path and wondering what training you need to get there. If you're considering a job in software engineering, I highly recommend checking out sabio. I know a lot of veterans that have successful careers in software since leaving the military. Sabio is a coding boot camp in developer community that's been training veterans since 2013. So many former students say sabio has changed their lives. Sabi is not your average boot camp in just 17 weeks. You'll not only learn to code, but gain real life experience and graduate ready to start a real high paying tech job. I love that finding a job is built into the program. After military service, finding a new job you love can be so daunting. Sabio has helped so many veterans kickstart their careers in tech. 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They befriend was insured by NC UA, open to the armed forces, the DoD veterans and their families. Flagship rates are variable in range between 10.74% and 18% APR based on credit worthiness. ATM fees for cash advances are up to a dollar at non navy federal ATMs. Credit and collateral subject to approval. All right, back talking with army veteran Brian Elliott, cofounder of wove, custom ring design. So Brian, in your bio, you have one an interesting thing that when you bring up, you have a passion for reinventing outdated consumer experiences. I really like the sound of that because I know exactly what you're talking about. A lot of things that we've been doing for decades the same way. And some people call that disrupting an industry, but you might just be reinventing the way it's done. And especially with wove in the custom ring design, you're definitely reinventing the engagement or wedding ring experience. So talk a little bit about what kind of what kind of consumer experiences are you reinventing? Yeah, I'm one of those people that feels constantly infuriated by experiences that could be a lot better. And usually they're not because of some entrenched industry insider and on a long enough time horizon, all of those old industries that are better incredibly fragmented and slow moving will be disrupted and so that's really from a certain perspective, but I've been doing the last few companies. I've been in specifically a wealthier, the engagement ring industry is one of these really old, really large and really fragmented spaces that is from the consumer perspective. And it's also really tough to give. Entry into from an innovator's perspective. And so that was one of the reasons that it hasn't really changed much in the last 20 years, but broadly in the last hundred and so. I'll provide a little color on wove and then maybe I'll provide some color on how it came to the inside. But what was a custom engagement ring company, we connect consumers to designers over Zoom to create a one of a kind ring. And then we build them and exact replica of that ring for an at home try on experience. And so the replicas are indistinguishable from the final ring. So that's probably a lot of listeners that are on audio here, but I'm holding it up for Joe, when he's smiling because he thinks I'm bumping up a real ring. So really, these are exact imitation ranks of your design. And what this allows all our couples to do is to try it on a comfort of their home, notice exactly the design they want, make any final tweaks before they make that lifelong purchase. And then we'll build the final running out of our shop in Pennsylvania. And so we notice two big challenges in the industry. One is if you do try to go online by one of these online competitors like blue Nile, you're buying off of a picture in oftentimes spending 5 to $20,000 off of a picture. And so you don't have the certainty of the add on try on. And if you walk into a store, it's just really high pressured environment with very limited options, maybe 20 or 25 brings right in front of you with that person trying to try to push. So you want an unlimited design optionality with the total certainty of being able to wear it around and decide on your own terms. And so it kind of created a company around these two failure points inside of the consumer experience. And the process how I understand it is actually pretty quick. Yeah, it's incredibly fast. Many, many faster than the rest of the industry. And we're able to do that because we build everything right here in the United States. Most custom anything and enjoy as metal works. And primarily in China. So you add the typical 6 week processor it was that, and then you add constraints to the current supply chain and getting anything custom built. That's just incredibly slow. And so for us, we knew that the key unique selling proposition of world was this at home try on experience that we could offer you in a week. And so we built all our manufacturing in the U.S. one because we're great Americans and want to build good jobs right here in the U.S. but too because it allows us to get that rebel going to our consumers handed so much faster and let them decide with certainty out of this what they want. Wow. So let's talk a little bit about wove and run some numbers past number of rings made or how many designers you guys have worked and what kind of a kind of workflow you guys got going on at this point. Yeah, you have to share some color on that. And so we drew and I introduced my partners and other military veteran fellow ranger. So we got to spend some time doing some non jewelry stuff first. But drew's family has been in the industry for 40 plus years. He worked in his family's business in the jewelry store after getting out. And so he kind of brings that expertise to us as a team. And so we started this idea 18 months ago, we really took last year to test the consumer experience. So the consumer experience that we are on today is necessarily what we started really looking for a series of events that could eliminate the pain points of the consumer's feeling and really streamline the process so we did that last year and then we really launched woe as you know it today as a true brand in January. And we've grown about 400% and headcount about a 20 person team now continue to hire and grow because we took the time to find the consumer experience that people
Veteran on the Move
"brian elliott" Discussed on Veteran on the Move
"Brian, got some great things to talk about before we get started with entrepreneurship, takes back to us what you did when you were in the army. Joe, thanks for having me on. I appreciate it. Yeah, so I came into the army by way of West Point. Material officer. So spent some time down in Georgia and then fortunately, I was stationed out in Germany, so it got to enjoy all that eastern Western Europe has to offer back when things were more stable that way. And it finally ended up first branch battalion in Savannah Georgia as miniature officer there in the ranger regiment. And so really had the opportunity to live all over the world and manage some really, really incredible teams, while I was in the military. And then transitioned into 2019 directly into this sort of space from there. Yeah. Now, did you transition the army come as a surprise? Or were you well prepared for it when it finally happened? Yeah, so it wasn't a surprise. I had a personal plan to do a lot of self study around entrepreneurship on my way out. And you're into a sort of as an early employee, but I still think for everyone. There's an element of surprise, no matter how prepared you are on, what that transition is going to feel like kind of change in structure, changing day to today life. I don't think there's anything you can do to fully prepare, but I think listening to podcasts like this and reading other content or rabbit definitely helps both. Now, what were some of the things that you were forward thinking and preparing somehow you wanted to go into entrepreneurship, you had that idea, what were some of the things you were doing to prepare to jump in entrepreneurship and you got out of the army? Yeah, so a lot of heavy reading, a lot of heavy podcasting, and then a lot of informational interviews with folks that were a few years ahead of me. So of all of those three areas, I think one and two self study audio or really helped me have really effective informational interviews with veterans that we're going to give me 30 minutes or an hour of their time to dive in on. What is your life going to look like? What do you wake up in the morning? You're not going to PT, what are you doing? That level of tactical understanding is so helpful because the transition process is such a gray box on what your data into and then I think entrepreneurs share a lot of folks. Is it even an additional layer of facade on what you're doing into as well? So I was having a really targeted, really thoughtful conversations with folks that with awful enough to give an hour at a time. Made a huge difference to me to get out and at least be directionally headed in the right cardinal direction and then over time working on getting the actual asthma correct, but directionally moving the right direction. Yeah. Well, I mean, I commend you for being that forward thinking and you're actually calling people and doing informational interviews with those that have already gotten out and everything. Not many, not many folks do that. So good on you. So where did the entrepreneurial bug come from? Because you had said, as you were getting out of the army, you knew you wanted to do something in entrepreneurship, not go out and corporate America and get to JOB. Yeah, I reflected on what about the military that I loved and it was the only professional job and a ton of jobs like working on farms growing up and have a lot of manual labor work before West Point. But then looking on the duration as an army officer, like what did I love and for me it was when I had the opportunity to create something from scratch. And so a few opportunities to do that in my time as a student leader and I remember as conventional BL, they just kind of set us a poll and they were like, your whole job is to be as noticed as possible, like, and just have a presence. And so I was like, that was very exciting to me. That directionally had a kind of a concept of what we were doing, but there was no first scriptive task X, Y, Z, and then I went on to have several similar, more dynamic experiences like that in the ranger regiment where it was very broad direction. And then it was able to create programs and teams related to scratch. And to achieve something. And so that was very, very sad to make. What was Nazi saying to me is that I couldn't guarantee that it was always what my life in the military was going to be like, especially as you start becoming a field grid and you're going to end up at the S three shop and it's a pretty prescriptive on that point on what you're going to do. And so I wanted to put myself in an environment where I could guarantee a lot of latitude of what I could do to achieve a greater outcome. Yeah, and were you exposed to any type of entrepreneurial concepts when you're still at West Point? I assisted engineering major or so entrepreneurship wasn't a huge part of the curriculum, but the interface between people and technology was. And so that was very exciting and I mean, even going way before I was like, you know, in late junior high having my first flip phone, having a cell phone period and thinking the world is the world's different. Go ahead and study engineering, realizing what opportunities there are to apply existing technologies in new ways or discover new technologies and for me, I just found that there's ample opportunity to apply existing technologies in new ways and then new industries that folks haven't thought of yet. And so I was very, very excited about, you know, when I started at one point and then kind of continued to see that in the military, there's a lot of existing technologies that they throw at you and oftentimes there are more novel ways to apply those than folks initially you might think at first pass. Right. So you got out of the army and you managed to actually get hired at a startup. Yeah, yeah. So young company just your network in really and have the opportunity to come in and really like to learn. You're either learning or earning if you're doing both you're in a great job. I was doing more learning than earning at a very young company at that point. And so it's a little bit of the number 5 and just saying, you know, I've never done this before. I'm willing to take a role as maybe a more junior than what I would get in a large corporation. Because this is a new environment for me and I'm willing to put in the work and I wanted to be customer facing because all you ever do in book is how important is to understand the costume room. So for me, I wanted to be in a customer case in a role where I could do some operations work and kind of shape that work stream and so what I do is to ask companies to just that and it was on a lot of hard work for not a lot of pay. But I was able to kind of lay the foundation of the education, but that was, I think, missed it to be able to go forward and do my update. Yeah, because that was my follow on question was if you're talking to somebody who's getting out of the military and wants to get hired at a startup, what's the best way to go about that? But you kind of already answered it. You did it through networking. You had figured out the networking game before you get out of the army. So talk a little bit about how powerful networking was to you while you're stealing the army and how helpful it was in your
"brian elliott" Discussed on WTOP
"Exercising and good sleep actually help you respond to rudeness And the idea of thriving outside of work if this happens in the workplace you want to lead a happier more fulfilling life It doesn't pull you off track as much Luke Luger WTO P news Money news at 25 and 55 on WTO here's Ed Corey This is a Bloomberg money minute A lot of bosses are asking workers to come back to the office while 35% of non executive employees have returned to their desks 5 days a week only 19% of executives can say the same That's according to a survey by future forum a research consortium backed by messaging channel slack In some rank and file workers who are back aren't happy about it When we dug into the data what we saw was it was really those people being pushed back into the office full time They're the ones that are struggling the most Brian Elliott is executive leader of future forum some managers save the office promotes a team atmosphere but the survey says otherwise The people who have flexibility to work from home even a few days a week or fully remote are the ones who have the best sense of belonging not that people 5 days a week in the office According to the survey workers who are unsatisfied with their flexibility are now three times as likely to say they will definitely look for a new job in the coming year From the Bloomberg newsroom I'm Ed Corey on WTO P The battle for Mario pole continues in country music legend Naomi Judd has died details ahead its 1256 We stand on the shoulders of the women who came before us Women who were told they were bad with money Women who couldn't even get a credit card without a man co signing Women who fought for their own financial futures And now.
"brian elliott" Discussed on WTOP
"Davis library is still open as well You may have noticed a really bright star early this morning that's actually two planets lining up Venus and Jupiter look like they're merging into one in our night sky even though they're over 400 million miles away It's called a planetary conjunction and this one is especially bright because both Jupiter and Venus are already the brightest planets that we see Let's look at it was early this morning but don't worry you'll be able to catch it for the next few mornings as well and it is bright enough that you don't even need a telescope The last conjunction of Jupiter and Venus was in 2016 and if you can't stay awake don't worry we should see another one next march Luke Luger WTO P news We own this city is now airing on HBO from the creators of the wire We talked to WTO's J Brooks who makes a cameo in the series I knew the history involved with the wire they're bringing it back to the Baltimore area This is going to be really good WTO sports reporter Jay Brooks says the series follows the Baltimore riots of 2015 after the death of Freddie gray Mike Murillo is covering it There's an Orioles game that had no fans while outside the stadium all of this mayhem is going on I just thought it was a very surreal moment Brooks plays a corrections director in episode four across lead actor Jon Bernthal Do you guys actually childhood friends with our very own Frank hanrahan and as we're walking out I was just like hey I work with a friend of yours Frank Henry and he was just like Frank Henry Oh man he is just like a God on the basketball court Jason fairly WTO be news Money news at 25 and 55 This is a Bloomberg money minute A lot of bosses are asking workers to come back to the office while I'm 35% of non executive employees have returned to their desks 5 days a week only 19% of executives can save the same That's according to a survey by future forum a research consortium backed by messaging channel slack Some rank and file workers who are back aren't happy about it When we dug into the data what we saw was it was really those people being pushed back into the office full time They're the ones that are struggling the most Brian Elliott is executive leader of future forum some managers save the office promotes a team atmosphere but the survey says otherwise The people who have flexibility to work from home even a few days a week or fully remote are the ones who have the best sense of belonging not that people 5 days a week in the office According to the survey workers who are unsatisfied with their flexibility are now three times as likely to say they will definitely look for a new job in the coming year From the Bloomberg newsroom I'm Ed Corey on WTO P Coming up on WTO P country music legend Naomi Judd has died at the age of 76 Okay let's start unloading the.
The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast
"brian elliott" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast
"Just read today that Brian Elliott is probably going to start for last ten games. There you go. They're going to try and they're going to try and carve back some time for vasilevski. I mean, let's face it. He's the best in the game. But you can wear out the best in the game too. And maybe that month away for Jack Campbell will help him in Toronto. Florida has not overtaxed bobrovsky or mainly because they can't there's really not that much difference. Although burrows, his numbers are actually quite good, but nobody's tired there. Boston's been running two guys, Carolinas, since rant is back. He's been two guys. Pits the team that has run Tristan jarry hard. Right. And he's had an excellent year. I guess your sturk in it. Hey, look, if you got a number one horse, you're going to play them a lot. The backside of that is what if he gets tired, and he lets in a squeaky one that is at the wrong time of the year. Let's get over to the west and we'll talk about the LA Dallas Vegas Nashville and the battle for a playoff spot spots that continues there before we do. Quick shout out to our friend Darren mallard, right? In a tough bike accident, late last week, went through a tough scratch, I would say for a few days leading into the weekend through the weekend, but the good news is he's on the mend. It's going to take him a bit of time. Tough western Canadian boys. Will mallard? There you are. You're doing your thing and this pops into your day. And also, I hope you're getting better as quick as you can be. But yeah, he was sour. He had to miss games and you're like, you know, you got to get better first. Because by the way, I don't think Vegas is dead yet. No. I was going to ask, is it so it's not too late for it? There's 7 and three, their last ten. They got patch already back. LA's lost three in a row. They lost three zero three zero lead in Minnesota. And then all of a sudden, they're chasing the game. They can't get it back. They lose that's three in a row for them. I mean, they're not a healthy team. I think they've had an amazing year to be where they are..
Newsradio 970 WFLA
"brian elliott" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Fueling the American spirit we are moments away from tonight's patra as we get ready for lightning to strike Lightning hoping for a win that this afternoon against the islanders Greg la nelli with you and let's bring in the guys who are calling the game this afternoon That would be the radio voice of the lighting Dave Michigan and Brian ang blob here on the call guys great to be with you again and Brian I'll start with you boy that third period the lightning looked really good especially offensively What did they find out about their game maybe in that third period that we hadn't seen in the previous two periods I thought it was a solid game from start to finish to be honest with you It was a playoff style game Look Detroit's got 26 wins on the season And there wasn't any room out there in the first half of the game And after Detroit took the lead one zero coop said words to the effect of hey I think we played our best hockey after Detroit took the lead And that's the way it played out So I think it shouldn't be overlooked how well they played how solid they played in the first half But yeah the offense started to kick in I think it had a different look Stammer point Gujarat how many times have we seen that Not for a long time In my recollection So I thought that was interesting to put those free guys together because all three of them have been just a little off offensively And when your big guys really get going everybody else gets going So they end up with the goals and the big points brayden point with one on one stammer with one on one stammer at 7 shots on that pointer at 5 shots So I think that they really led the way and got their field back and of course the power play being effective That's what gets those guys juiced up And that along with the penalty killing and Brian Elliott Brian Elliott was outstanding That was his best game of the year And I was really glad for him that he got to win Do you think a game like that where the power play clicks and like you mentioned the big guys start feeling it Can that have a carryover effect The lightning certainly hope that it will But a carryover effect to today's game and beyond Yeah I think you have to be careful about these games And especially the way the lightning had been going There are four and 6 in their last ten games And you know everybody's going oh what's wrong What's wrong Well you know this time of year it happens I mentioned Detroit 26 wins The islanders non playoff team 28 wins It's not like they lose every night So this is about playing the same way and having the same kind of patience control here in this game against the islanders this afternoon as they did against Detroit You have to play the whole 60 minutes I felt like the lightning had that poise about them again I thought that Brian Elliott made some fantastic saves early on They could have gone down more than one nut one nothing against Early in that game So I think there was a confidence level all the way along They managed the game They did the things they had to And then as I said the power play came through and the big boys really got roll And so it's the same attitude here against the islanders These two teams don't like each other You know Dave that it's playoff games that make the difference right That's where rivalries are And there's a rivalry here that I think is definitely there And the islanders don't like these guys They know they're not in the playoffs We should see a good hammering game I think here today One other point about yesterday's game probably the worst part of the game that you would take out of it is another game in which the lightning were shorthanded 5 times I believe the stat is 8 of the last 9 games they've been shorthanded At least four times in every one of those games What are you seeing from the lightning that would be leading to a higher number than what they want The penalties have been an issue There is no doubt So and then also you've got two new guys you're fitting into the lineup And both of them have a history of penalty killing for their team I mean Hegel did some penalty killing in Chicago Paul did a lot of penalty killing in Ottawa So now you're also the fact that things weren't going well Now you're adjusting with two new guys in there I thought Paul did a nice job with sireli I think he really got the feel for it I think that that is an ongoing process The forwards have to cover an awful lot of ground And there has to be really good communication I always put more on the forwards than I do on the D man The demon are going to block shots We know what our guys do for sure And you have to defend the line at the right time But your forwards are the ones that have to make a lot of decisions and they have to be in sync going back and forth They cover so much ground sideways not up and back But if they're off a little bit big scoring chances happen So I thought the forwards just did a heck of a job in that game against Detroit and they need to do it again here One game doesn't make it and again you know getting the new guys in is important What do you make of the islanders season in that I think a lot of people expected that they would be a playoff team and maybe contend deep in the playoffs as they have the last couple of years They just start in the road They'd COVID issues where they lost a lot of players to COVID and their record slump as a result but having said all of that how surprised are you that they are where they are in the standings I think we always penciled the islanders in under Barry trots and Lou lamoriello running the show that they know how to win They know how to play And Trotsky always has teams that are terrific defensively and they are again this year Their top four and goals against their bottom 6 in scoring And that's been an issue for them They can't score when they really need to You mentioned the COVID issues Early in the season we'll say well you can't win a playoff spot in October and November but you can lose it And that's basically what happened to the islanders because of COVID because of injuries They went to an 8 in November That is ugly When other teams were just roaring past them and trying to make up that gap and then you know I think they've had some goaltending issues So rokin has been really good for them but varlam off has not He's been he's had an off season and it shows in his numbers He just can't seem to get it going He's only got 6 wins on the season So you have all those things going there And then you're so far in the hole They just can't score You keep pressing and pressing It's really hard to grind during the season every game all the time in today's NHL You.
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Point's OT goal lifts Lightning past Red Wings 2-1
"Skid with a two to one win versus the red wings in overtime breakpoint won it with a power play goal to twenty eight into the extra session scoring off a rebound of Steven Stamkos shot stem co scored a third period power play goal for the lightning tying it was four thirty eight left in regulation Anthony Cerami system both Tampa goals Brian Elliott made twenty six saves in his first start since March twelfth Oskar Sundqvist was the only red wing to beat Elliott Alex the dog which made thirty four saves for the red wings I'm Jane very
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"brian elliott" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Guess you could say And I thought they played well the lightning did against the rangers on New Year's Eve Defensively especially that was a big area of emphasis for them coming off that loss of Florida they really limited like you said in the open the rangers and their shot attempts they had just the three shots on go in the first period And I really thought didn't allow them too many dangerous opportunities The only way that the rangers were really able to score were on a couple of goaltending gaffes where you wonder if Brian Elliott had been practicing regularly and hadn't plates and I believe it was December 15th before that So certainly some rust there may be in handling the pocket and allowed for a couple of those goals for the ranger So you take those away I think it was a really good performance for the lightning against the rangers over here's eve What do you want to see this afternoon against the rangers I think a team who let's face it Barnes and I think they feel like they're one of the better teams in the east and so far up to this point Hard to argue Yeah yeah I want to see that defensive minded performance continue for the lightning carry over what you did against the rangers a couple days ago and continue that up in Madison Square Garden And also I'd like to see the lightning get off to a little bit of a quicker start here especially on the road I feel like in the last few games at least you've been a bit sluggish to start and have had to kind of claw their way back into games and I think if they could get off to a good start in New York get a lead maybe get a multi goal lead and then settle into that defensive shell into their system They should be good to go especially if Andrea vasilevsky back between the pipes Burns a great job as always buddy we'll do it again on Tuesday enjoy the game this afternoon All right thanks Greg All right that's Brian burns He's the beat report of the Tampa Bay lightning Coming up next we're gonna hear from Colin Stevenson from newsday He covers the rangers there for that publication We'll get his thoughts on the game this afternoon We're getting set for lighting and rangers coming up in about 20 minutes on letting radio Directions to outback steakhouse Head north on Magnolia drive and turn left at the lights So what are you picking up at outback I'm sorry Have you tried the Aussie cheese fries Well at the next light turn.
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Brady Tkachuk's hat trick leads Senators past Lightning 4-0
"It it was was a a day day of of first first for for Brady Brady could could Chuck Chuck and and Anton Anton Forsberg Forsberg is is the the senators senators ended ended the the lightning's lightning's five five game game winning winning streak streak for for nothing nothing could could Chuck Chuck notched notched his his first first NHL NHL hat hat trick trick and and Forsberg Forsberg stopped stopped twenty twenty four four shots shots in in his his first first shutout shutout Josh Josh Norris Norris also also tallied tallied for for the the senators senators who who are are the the first first team team to to blank blank the the lightning lightning this this season season Norris Norris put put the the sensor sensor head head midway midway through through the the first first period period with with his his twelfth twelfth goal goal Brian Brian Elliott Elliott stopped stopped twenty twenty shots shots for for the the lightning lightning but but he he was was victimized victimized by by a a pair pair of of power power play play goals goals by by could could Chuck Chuck Tampa Tampa Bay Bay was was trying trying to to complete complete a a perfect perfect road road trip trip of of at at least least five five games games for for the the first first time time in in team team history history I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie
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Binnington rebounds, Blues rally to beat Lightning 4-3 in SO
"Right right around around the the scores scores the the only only shootout shootout goal goal to to give give the the blues blues a a four four to to three three come come from from behind behind win win over over the the light light to to get get enterprise enterprise center center Tampa Tampa Bay Bay let let three three nothing nothing after after one one period period on on goals goals by by Anthony Anthony so so really really Corey Corey Perry Perry and and Eric Eric chair chair like like the the parent parent at at your your end end goals goals come come five five seconds seconds apart apart which which is is a a franchise franchise record record for for the the shortest shortest path path between between goals goals in in lightning lightning history history St St Louis Louis rallied rallied on on goals goals from from all all Riley Riley Logan Logan brown brown and and I'm I'm a a barber barber shop shop to to force force the the extra extra session session Jordan Jordan bidding bidding team team would would win win in in that that Brian Brian Elliott Elliott makes makes his his fourth fourth start start of of the the season season for for Tampa Tampa Bay Bay and and takes takes the the loss loss Mike Mike Reeves Reeves St St Louis Louis
"brian elliott" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets
"Should continue to mature a little bit in gel but making the top foreign this division tough. I don't see it happening whit. We'll go to you first on this. One buddy yeah. Like i said i mean this is. This is a prospect pool that that the whole leagues jealous but in terms of a team that compete for the playoffs. Getting in now last year they were actually way better than i thought. Ra pick them to win the cup. He ended up he ended up being. Just it's just a tad off. But i do think that they will. They will this year. Also be a pain in the ass to play against right. Knock going to be a team. That's like a pushover. They play hard. They have a ton of skill and now they gotta get brady. Sign that we mentioned before. But it's up to guys to take the next step when you're a team like this right like that. Brannstrom was traded for stone. You know he was the biggest part of that defense and he really hasn't shown anything yet and he's super young still but like this is the season this is the type of guy you need to make a big jump and that needs to happen with a couple of different players like you look at josh norris right. I think there was a good rookie season for him. But you just need to take that next level. It's like every year for your first. Three four years in the league should get a little better. Whether it's whether it's something small or something large that everyone could see or or something tiny that just the coaches see. You have to continue to improve so that that's the question that remains to be seen. I don't know goaltending wise. We'll be there but they will not be an easy team to play against. But i don't have them getting in the playoffs this year. If that's usually not a good sign when you don't know half of their lineup. I liked that baths and last year. He really broke out of his shell. But yeah all in august Not not not a very good team but you said that. Dj smith he'll squeeze every bit of ounce of energy out of those guys and get them to compete. But it's just like they're just like nowhere near where they gotta be. Yeah they will be competitive. I know what picking on me about betting on them to the future on john. That doesn't mean you think they go on to win. That just means if they do when you're going to profit off. I thought what a gamble would understand that. And and i say it if it means you think they might win. Whilst would you spend the money if they do. I want to cash in. I mean. I also predicted matt. Murray have great bounceback year last year. Martin jones the vezina one season the whole basis of my prediction last year. If you guys remember business that matt murray was gonna re recapture what he didn't pittsburgh a couple of years going. Unfortunately he wasn't able to do that. But i thought that team was competitive as hell. I mentioned gimblett statistics. They were top ten on like the puck wind bets. Money line bets. They were the only team in the top. Ten did make the playoffs competitive. Hello bet in the shit out them again this year. Okay but none of us on the playoffs right. No correct on all right next up tampa bay looking at me. The first three peat since the island is one four in a row back in the early eighties. Of course like i just said. They beat the canadians. Five games and they still managed to reload ask did lose yanni. Good blake coleman robot. They're bringing in corey. Perry for the little veteran leadership. Zakpa coming back. P p p bell great depth forward and goalie. Brian elliott tobacco up. What's his face. Brain vessel f- ski cup lots of tampa bay seven one. I mean it's a no brainer. They make the playoffs in this division biz. Let's say you. I would say their biggest question. Mark going into the season is replacing. What they got into that third line they. I mean they lost a whole thing and it was proven how how big they were an order. Repeat as stanley cup champion. So but you know what i said about detroit and buffalo like when your prospects and these guys are. You're drafting or having time to develop in the minors learning how to play the game at a professional level. that's where you had the advantage. So they keep that core group together and you just need to fill in those extra holes and and you know you saw you saw when who ended up going down with injury where they put in joseph and he ended up stepping in a lineup. And you know they didn't skip a beat so this is this is the advantage you have and it was much Caloric thank you and it's you know much like how when you go back to the era where detroit dominated you would see. Their high end. Prospects had to go spend a couple of years in grand rapids. So they've done such a good job of drafting and developing these guys to be prepared for them to step into bigger roles when they're finally ready to do so when they lose guys based on the salary cap and i don't think they're going to skip a beat. Do i think that they're going to three peat. No i just think that you know eventually all that hockey does catch up to you. But i tell you what man. They're they're going to be you know as as dangerous as they usually are definitely gonna make playoffs. There's no questions their best goalie in the world. No doubt not only in regular season but playoff numbers are absolutely fucking ridiculous and even going back to last year. They did what they did without having kucherov in there. And now he's gonna be healthy and ready to go for puck. Drop so just an absolute wagon again. It's kind of cool to see. These southern markets flourishing like them in florida are going to be neck and neck and at the top of that division. I believe and that's exactly what the game needs in the playoff series last year. Was something else too with with. We finally got eight. We finally get to see that. Hate forman yes. You lose one of the best third lines. I can ever remember right in going back to back with those three guys. But when you still have headman circuit chev- mcdonagh kucherov stamkos polat brayden point and vasilevskiy. You could still win the stanley cup. Amt killer it does it. Does it in a sense like they lose all these key. Pieces are in the bottom six the forwards but like then the bruins lose david. What's worse right you. You'd much rather lose these guys in the bottom six. We could fill in and by the way like ross. Colton look sick. I think he scored the cup clinching goal in game five. He's going get a much bigger role. This year looked awesome. Young american kid. Big glenn balls fan big and in the end like just to have that entire core and fill in the blanks like you mentioned biz that that is the difference between this team and the rest of the league so i have them in the playoffs and i have them possibly doing it again. I i picked him to repeat. I'm not going pick them this year. But i wouldn't be shocked if they're in the cup final all right definitely in the playoffs. I wouldn't be surprised if they three it. All vassilev fucking good. He's he. Is that good like what you just said. Listen to that roster. How couldn't they fuck in three. Pete i mean. I think they would need a calamitous injury or some shit the bed to not. I think i don't. I don't think they're the favorites but wouldn't surprise me at all but Comedic relief right. You can watch funny shows..
ESPN On Ice with Wyshynski and Kaplan Show
"brian elliott" Discussed on ESPN On Ice with Wyshynski and Kaplan Show
"Aw to feel like an kevin fiala another huge part of it to feel like it's as their team now and all of that is good and done but you need coca presumptively a part of it because like we said of all these fires i just mentioned he is the most important one you know what they've maybe by our next episode on thursday i'll know more about the research situation from my source. The right now deal in place. So at least there is from wild fans glimmers of hope. Don't give up. Stay positive as i like to say. Emily no use as a positive. And i like to think that we're both optimistic people. We do cynical though. And i think that's why people like us. We have a careful eye on bangs. Yes breaking news. My babs back from a walk we are. I'm praying right now. That does sound effects. I alluded to earlier regarding frankenstein. Monsters on the roof with heavy boots and all of that will stop But right now it's good. You know what. I was looking at it which i founded speaking of rosters and different things. I think i'm going to name a player. I'm gonna play the guessing game with you. I'm going to name a veteran player. And i'm gonna tell you why. This player is a jinx. You have that look on your face for now which people can see and you look a little puzzled and so i like to have that lok seat that look on your face because it when i can make you puzzle because you seem to know everything i throw at you emily. There is a player in the last two postseasons. I that were that was in the stanley cup. Final but ended up being on the losing side. And now this new upcoming season. He is on undo team. And if i was a betting person. I think i'd have to bet against this team. Because this player is now part of it th bat roster doesn't make any sense to you. Is it corey perry. It is corey perry because let us go back in time when he was with the dallas stars although played great unbelievable and i'm a corey perry fan even on the goalie and he's a pain in my front of the net. He was great with dallas stars. We all remember their postseason. How great they were. And how close it came to beating. Tampa did not happen. Perry had a great great postseason. Move on to the montreal canadians. We all know what happened there. The canadians face the tampa bay lightning corey perry again in the middle of it. All and by the way he was the victim of the most blatant non coal in the history of non calls in the post season so he created chaos. But what happened emily. The canadians lost again in the stanley cup. Final and now corey. Perry is a member of the tampa bay. Lightning will he be the reason if they do not repeat. Will we blame corey perry. Oh i think we'll blame them. Losing their entire third line. that's fantastic but had liked. I think that's what all the goal is. The league wanna hear. Yes just just a random observation. That i that i just made. No i love it. And look i think the tampa bay lightning or one of the most fascinating teams. They are the team that are going to be on our network the first game. When we're back you're gonna see your girl and lee caplin Is i'm so excited for that. Game huge but hakkinen julian briefs wa especially. I had a really good conversation with pam right before free agency. He's the gm of that team. And i don't know of any. Gm had a more difficult offseason just in the decisions they had to make because this is someone who built his team exactly the right way. He did it through the draft. He made some sure moves. He emotional connections to so many of these players. Not only did they win. The stanley cup rings but he won with ebony aid shell as well minor league hockey and he basically had to say salary cap. I finally have to say my goodbyes and he did. And there's a lot of players that had to leave. I think he did a really good job in bringing in some interesting pieces like corey perry. It also helps though that when you're the tampa bay lightning and you play into team estate with no taxes. Guys wanna play there when you create the culture that you did guys wanna take less for the opportunity to win. And so you see players like zach bogosian Corey terry. Who's the there's one other. That's on the tip of my talk. Well they got a great backup. Brian elliott now for andrei vasilevskiy. They've picked up. Brian elliott. I one. I was thinking of all of these guys that are additive veteran. Put them in. Maybe you don't rely on them that much in the regular season but once it comes to the postseason they've got experienced Maybe they'll make stanley cup final again. And you're right. Maybe they lose because the court perry remember. I said that. And when you think about the tampa bay lightning obviously automatic favorite right to three peat but there are a couple other teams that we can't ignore that are always in the conversation and of course one of them is the colorado avalanche new disappointment again last year. Another early exit. Many people thought they had it all written. The script was written. The avs were going to win the cup. Last year nathan mackinnon was going to win. Every possible ward known to mankind if not it would have been mika raton and if not been solo grew bauer. Now gruber hours not there. He's a seattle crack in there. Are others coming and going. I cannot wait to share that nathan mackinnon view with that we had with him and he was very honest about his emotions which we weren't used to seeing but we saw them all and i post game interview after the avalanche lost. I love that so much that probably besides the nikitas couture love gucci like celebration and You know new beer commercial sponsorships. I mean i love how real nathan mackinnon was After the just disappointing early exit for the avalanche. So obviously colorado is right back as a top favorite to win the stanley cup. They are but the movement the summer. I mean they got rid of rube our because look they're focused on getting gabriel scott back and i'm glad they did it you yes out that. He's a very important player. He does a lot of things that don't appear on the box score. He's he's a great player for that team But it did cost of grube our and then they take the chance on darcy. Kemper being guy Because they had to who are who went to the seattle crack in ryan. Murray is a player. They brought in that. I think was brian art to bet on He didn't have the best season last year. But if he can get back on track and the right structure and then he can help them out. Did lose a lot as well. You know donskoy. Saad ryan grades. Connor timmons like specially donskoy inside a lot of scoring. That they're saying goodbye to and you know when i look back to them in that series that they lost against the vegas. Golden is firstly unfair. Draw right we. We should have been having not in the stanley cup. Final or at least the western conference final. We shouldn't have had early in the second round secondly about like their center depth with an issue. They just couldn't you know with the vegas golden knights also with physicality i felt like they weren't tough enough now. Those things i just mentioned is one player that both those things. It's nazem kadri. He was during that series. If he can stay literally in the lineup. Just don't get suspended. Nauseam qadri maybe. It's a different story But i'm curious. Those dole things are going to haunt them or we're gonna see You know their gm. Who joe zack has been one of the best jobs in the league. Last couple of years go big game hunting season. Get some help at the trade deadline. Improbably veteran help. And you know the journey that the tampa bay lightning took right. And we'll get into it with a captain steven stamkos in just a few moments right here on this episode of the pries..
"brian elliott" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"The name of the person that matters or is it their accomplishments, the jobs they held in the past the skills that can demonstrate One of the things that future forum deals with one of the main things is the culture of work. There seems to be a kind of medium here, and I'll give you a quick personal example. When I worked at the broadcast center for CBS in New York. My office was up on the fifth floor. The cafeteria was in the basement. So I'm six floors above a place where I could get coffee, which you know was like a lot of time. A lot of annoyance. Occasionally, you know, spilling coffee on somebody in the elevator and things like that. So I put a coffee maker in my office. Did it 100% for my own convenience. But soon, people walking by noticing a coffee pot, Okay. Old tech. It was a coffee pot. Not, you know, not pods, but, uh, they would stop in and they sit on the couch and they'd have a cup of coffee. And then I had to put in a refrigerator. You know, for milk and stuff since I take it black, But I was making connections suddenly with other people on the floor, which was important. It was the PR people for the evening news for 60 minutes gave me an idea of what stories were coming up for Sunday morning. Of the French News. Canal Blue had the office next door. Charlie Osgood had the office on the other side and all of a sudden we were working together, and you've got this story coming up Sunday. Well, Friday night. We can, you know, do a thing that promotes that story. And there was all of this. So it was midway between how the company was used to doing things. Go down to the basement. Get your food, get back to your office and being remote. And I guess the question is, if you're working remotely or you're doing things we get together some days. How do you Help your employees make those connections where they get to know one another and working together if they're in different places, Yes. So I think I'm going to kick off of one of the words that you said there, which is, you know, it's a little bit of both. It's that it's that happy medium that we're all trying to find. So at slack. We talked about the fact that we're digital first. But also Digital first doesn't mean never in person office is actually a really important tool because being together is an important tool. Social connection is an important tool. It's just we have to rethink how and where we do it. Like your example is a great one. Because that coffee pot got people together on your floor and had people that were then interacting and talking to one another. From a team level perspective. We want teams to come together. You want to have The quarterly kick off the monthly kickoff where you're bringing people together for planning for you no problem solving but also for meals together for coffee together to get to know one another better. Just didn't allow them the flexibility to go back home and be focused and get work done. So it's that blend that we're all trying to find, and I think offices will play a key role in that digital tools will as well So an easy example. We've seen this, you know, play out ourselves. We use a product called Doughnut that happens to do parents of people randomly across the team. One of the benefits of using that is it actually allows people who otherwise wouldn't interact because they're not on the same floor to get to know one another and to meet one another. The other side of this that becomes important ties back into diversity and inclusiveness. Your black employees don't all sit and never sat on the same office location. If you're you know, large scale company in the first place, they're actually scattered across different locations. Women with Children, LGBTQ community all of those groups that are distributed finding ways for them to have digital ways to come together to converse to support one another has been really critical in this last year. Because that emotional support as well as feeling they're part of a community that allow you to build community Virtually that actually end up being really important to those groups. So I think we're gonna end up in this both. Yes, are going up in this Yes and world We're gonna end up in a world in which we do bring people together. We bring people together to connect with one another to get to know each other and to solve complex problems, but also to leverage these digital tools that we've all been experimenting with this sort of maintain different connections to maintain different communities and to get to know people who wouldn't even work on the same floor with us historically, well as the quote that I used from you at the beginning Things are not going back to normal. Taking a look at how to make that All work is Future Forum, which is a think tank or a consortium of companies looking at all of this run by slack, the business communication tech company, Brian Elliott's vice president, the Future Forum, and.
Starcastic Remarks-The Only Dallas Stars Fan-Led Podcast
"brian elliott" Discussed on Starcastic Remarks-The Only Dallas Stars Fan-Led Podcast
"Oh that can. I will lose my mind. I think jack campbell's whole career was screwed by saying the. Hr that long. I think if he ends up when he was actually ready who knows. Maybe he gained. That confidence is a great goalie like and we don't. We don't trade for ben bishop. We don't we don't need to get on. Tm -i whenever lennon starts up struggling jack campbell and we go win cups that way and we have our offense system and all that jack campbell is just the the wall on the back but jim nill sucks at deciding when prospects should start playing in the nhl. He's terrible at it. So please please. Just let off your play in the nhl. He doesn't have to be the starter just to start off with. He can be he can be the backup or the or the or the one b or whatever. Please don't put andre i will. I will cry. I will literally cry on camera. Lots of thoughts From me here maybe good maybe bad. How good so. Jim nill is very different than some other Gm's some gm's you know they get their star people young guy in the hand the reins to them and they say go win. Be free jim. Nill is not like that. But how many. How many times has that happened. For an nhl franchise will. The penguins won the cup that way. Okay but the blues okay but again and again very few. I don't include joining bennington and this group of players but the group of players that i think of of young players that can drop in and just immediately start making impact connor mcdavid. Sidney crosby alexander michigan. That's that's probably where my list ops right there. I don't include nathan mackinnon. I don't include a dry cycle in that conversation In it's just because of how the nhl they love youth it they value youth in the nhl. Nowadays it's been going younger and younger and younger and instead of the prime being you know twenty seven. I think that age has dropped to lake. Twenty four twenty five or a player is in his prime. The thing i don't want to see happen to and is what happened. Carter heart and i've mentioned this before. Carter heart was given the reins to the to the crease without any competition so there is nobody that was going to take his spot. Not even brian elliott. When he was there and he had a good a really good season. Neil good couple of seasons this past season though holy crap. I'd not good whatsoever at all in this story discussion. I mean the flyers missed the playoffs partially on the fact that they could not keep goals out of their own. It i mean there were even gains. That carter hurt wasn't even on the roster. He wasn't even the backup so he couldn't have even played that night even if they wanted him to so in a way. I understand what jim nill is doing. Am i one hundred percent behind what he's doing. No because auden ger has proven himself..
"brian elliott" Discussed on 710 WOR
"I know. You know, the soccer fans are global Wimbledon big success and, uh Novak Djokovic, staking his claim for being perhaps the greatest of all time. Well, he's certainly up there. He's equal. Now. As you well know, Roger Federer and weapon at all. And you look at Roger 39. He turns 40 right before the U. S. Opens. So you know, although he is smooth as silk You know his playing days, maybe maybe coming up on the horizon and Nadal love covering him for years, but you know, he's you know, he's kind of grind the grind the guy out. And you know he's going eventually hang it up as well. I think the one last one standing is only going to be, uh, Novak and their 20. Even McEnroe says. All right, you're all at 20. Right now. He thinks that the Serbian can probably get up to 25. If he plays his courage, right? All right, Mr Sports Reporting from London. Tom Rivers, ABC News Thanks job. Thank you, Tom. Take care of All right, let's get to the news at 9 30 with an update on the markets. Here's Joe Bartlett, Hey, Joe O. K. Len, Eric Adams and other local leaders from around the country going to be meeting with President Biden at the White House today, we're going to talk about how to reverse the spike in shootings. Adams, the candidate for mayor here in New York City, says his campaign is focused on making New York City safe again. The safety uh, that's a prerequisite to prosperity. We must have parks not like Washington Square where people are injecting themselves with drugs. While babies are trying to play our Children should not be like 10 year old justice that shot and killed He also says, you have to address the underlying causes that are turning people to a life of crime. A lot of crime and shootings over the weekend again in New York City, a 13 year old boy among the dead. This one appears to be gang related. Brian Elliott was standing in front of a cafe in the Bronx when a gunman opened fire killing heard about eight rounds. Uh and I came outside about 10 minutes later and seen chaos, and police say it appears that Elliot was the intended target. Fights are going to meet with federal health officials today to talk about the possibility of a covid boosters shot fighter once FDA approval for a third shot. Dr. Anthony Fauci says a booster isn't needed right now. But he says They continue to look at the data and science and admit it could be necessary in the future. The state's positivity rate in New York above 1% 1st time that's happened since the middle of May. Officials blaming the Delta variant Fourth State of emergency is now underway in Tokyo. Just a week before the Olympic start. Bars and restaurants no longer allowed to serve alcohol, and they have to close early to help fight. The new surge of coronavirus. Summer games opened July 23rd..
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Capitals Lose to Flyers, Miss Chance To Reclaim 1st in East Division
"Rookie Wade Allison scored twice and Brian Elliott made twenty eight saves as the flyers top the capital's forty two Joel Farabee took advantage of a defensive zone miscue by Washington to open the scoring just one forty four into the game Juncker Terry a sealed it for Philadelphia with an empty net goal with thirty point one seconds left Daniel Sprong scored for the sixth time in as many games and T. J. Oshie following up his hat trick with a goal for Washington the loss keeps the caps two points behind the east division leading paying ones with two games remaining Pittsburgh has one game left I'm Dave very
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"brian elliott" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Of an expectation for Lucan in like He's a goalie. And they're just so random. Sort of all over, guys go up and down and There's one guy On or at least one but one that jumps out at me on the list of goalies who are going to be free agents and that's Chris dredger. From Florida. Hmm. He's had great numbers for two years after Ottawa. Let him walk. So 27. He's not even making a million box. He could be a big investment for somebody. I don't know. It's always risky investment that Cary Price He was like such a sure thing, and they $10 million or even more. Whatever his number is, just like, you know, that's not a win. Sold a lot of jerseys. I bet, but you didn't get it didn't get anywhere. So What do you want? Like? What is the man? I could just sit here all day and ask questions because what is the overriding What is the most important thing? Really? When the sabers sit down to figure this out? It's not. It shouldn't be looking in. I think no, no, wait a minute. No, they to me. They should be working to avoid looking and there's an answer. I'm not sure that they will. Because Paul his has said it and I've said it rather matter of fact, Lee we both feel pretty confident that ownership wanted looking in on this team this year. And had to be talked out of it. And so if they wanted him here This year before he even played Where the player three games not even because he got hurt, But he looked feel guilt. Okay, So if if if the owner was convinced that he should have been here already? Any look decent in the in this in this, you know, audition. I'm worried about that. But I think organizationally for his development like he still needs to go play 50 games somewhere else, And there's no way he should be. Ah, 50 game guy here next year. I just don't I don't see it. He gonna play better than he did. He played. All right. He gonna play even better than that, And I still would tell you he's not number one next year. We cut it out. So I'm I'm worried about them in that respect, But let's in the in this context he's over there were avoiding hitting the Lucan and button. All right, I need to find two. Goalies. To play for my NHL team next year. He's not going to be one of them. So what I want to do I mean, dredger might be a nice idea like it all is going to come down to cost. I don't want to invest too heavily in someone who is only gonna be here a short time because I am sort of You know? I'm waiting on Luke in it. So I've liked for a while. I like to set the trade that line even one of the Columbus guys. There are two guys there to me who are like a credible NHL goalies in Merced, Lincolns and Korpisalo. They're both under contract for next year. So timeline wise. That's not perfect, but it works like I don't have to sign them to a free agent market dictated contract. They are coming with contracts. Where's Liggins is a little more expensive than Korpisalo, But neither of them are to me like no numbers. I would go all I don't want to pay that for my goal, Which one of them said I don't want to be buffalo or about the blue Jackets. That was mostly commercial. We don't want to be buffalo over here, right in the midst of a losing streak. Yes. Um So I still like that idea because it's more to me cost controlled. It's one more year. I know what it is going in. I'm not negotiating against other teams, at least for what his compensation is gonna be. I might be negotiating with other teams to trade for him. Um, whichever guy they would choose their But I like that. And then if you gotta go free agency to find And really Omar could be this Or some some other guy, Um, just, you know, Get me NHL experienced goaltender. That's you know, at the at the league average level, you know, like a 9 15 save percentage 9/10 a percentage. Go get me that guy That's not great. But if I've got one of those Columbus guys to be the number one, I think I'd be all right there and then to me, Omar could still be that guy. Like I would take e don't know what the number is. $6 Million is the first number that came to my mind. You take $6 Million. I think I What's the best we can do with this $6 million. And if all Mark fits into that, then fine. Light. Otherwise, I think you just gotta you can't go over that because I don't want to be spending. However much money to go get to harass to come play here, you know, like, I don't want that quick fix with huge money, And that's kind of why I'm looking at some of these older guys that you mentioned like packed arena at 38. And Mike Smith a 39 and you're a whole lot at 36 Brian Elliott 36 1 year deal on a guy that's just about out of the league, but it's still capable of playing. 30 to 40 games in the league like because that gets you to look in it. So I think you've got to find the guy that's okay with a one year deal and then write like that other contract could be all mark on a two year deal or one of the Columbus guys who's having got two years left or dredger. They have one year. Okay, well, Drea jer to would be in play for this anti ran to let there be another guy. That I would want to think or he's going to be my one b to Lucan in after next year like I wanted this one guy that could be that. I mean, I know There's a lot of things you can criticize the sabers for, um over the past year or 14 months. However, our far you want to go back. But, um, not doing something about goaltending to avoid this. Was an oversight. I.
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Leddy's OT Goal Lifts Islanders to 1-0 Win Over Flyers
"The islanders are back in second place in the east division and within two points of the capital's after Nick Leddy scored the only goal in new York's one nothing overtime win in Philadelphia lady provided a fluke goal when his backhand pass went off the stick of flyers defenseman Travis Sanheim and through the legs of goalie Brian Elliott I was just trying to get over to ABS you know I heard him yelling for action and yeah I'm just trying to get it over to Mr as possible but you know it ended up nice nice lucky bounce through Alex like the islanders hadn't scored since early in the second period two games earlier a span of one hundred fifty nine minutes twenty seven seconds rookie Ilya Sorokin made thirty saves an approved a twelve two and in his last fourteen games I'm Dave Ferrie
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Sean Couturier's goal gives Flyers 3-2 home win over Bruins
"Sean couturier scored the game winner in the flyers improve their playoff position by nipping the Bruins three two Kateri a tally seven minutes into the third period leaving Philadelphia four points behind Boston for the fourth and final playoff berth in the east division Travis connect me scored a first period goal and set up Shayne Gostisbehere is power play tally about six minutes later Brian Elliott stopped thirty shots to blank the Bruins following Jake DeBrusk tying goal with eight forty five left in the second Patrice Sharon also scored for the bees who won six of eight from Philly this season I'm Dave Ferrie
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Beauvillier scores in OT, gives Isles 2-1 win over Flyers
"The islanders are back atop the east division after Anthony Beauvillier scored in overtime completing a two one win over the flyers the islanders travel nothing until Oliver Wahlstrom scored four oh six into the third period Villiers goal puts the islanders two points ahead of Washington although the capitals have two games in hand that's what it is their game I think we just cannot find ways to get clients and do the right things and get rewarded I think a lot of character we sent a lot of lost character instrument I was going to my came back from behind and then I got a I'll be two points rookie Ilya Sorokin was terrific at making thirty six saves in his eighth consecutive win Oscar Lindblom scored and Brian Elliott stopped seventeen shots for the flyers I'm very very
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Elliott stops 40, Konecny scores as Flyers beat Sabres 3-0
"The Philadelphia flyers blank the Buffalo Sabres three nothing Tuesday night to split their back to back contests Brian Elliott earned the shutout making forty saves in his first start of the season last night was it was not what we wanted to to put on the ice as a team and you know I thought that the response tonight was so I was really good the eventual game winner came late in the second when Oskar Lindblom connected with the springing Travis connect me who shuffled the puck through the legs of Carter Hutton to put the flyers up one nothing after two when Hutton couldn't return for the third period the Sabres were forced to put the youngster Yanis your Hanson a net for just the seventh NHL game Jake Voracek scored his first of the season late in the third and Kevin Hayes added an empty netter to seal the win for the flyers I'm Walter Morris account no
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"brian elliott" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac
"Be real. That did that did. Come out of nowhere to to a certain extent so i i do think george binghamton and what he is as an nhl goal. Let's say for the next five years. I do think that's still a bit of an unknown. I mean you know he can be really really good but also goaltending is so weird in the nhl. You see guys who are great and they fall off a bit. You see guys who are onto contracts. Like a brian elliott all of a sudden become an all star. So i do think what would jordan venison can do the next five years or something. I'm i'm looking at it. And that's why they signed him to that two year bridge contract because he wasn't this established guy that i put up side seasons of great numbers. He had one unbelievable season. That everybody in saint louis will never forget but also can you give a guy a five or six years huge contract after a fifty game regular season a really great two months of the of the post seat so you know he also has to prove it to get his big deal. But it's hard to take you set the bar so high Torry holt's talked about this just in terms of the team. He was a rookie. Ninety nine in the rams. Have this incredible run win the super bowl and he's like you know from a team standpoint this kind of that's hard to match and forbidding as a rookie year like the story of the league. It's almost it's cool. Everybody would take it a thousand times. You would want that on your resume too but you know what i'm saying. He'll always be compared to himself. And it's almost impossible to live up to that standard absolutely and you know what i'm distracted right now because i'm so mad at myself because i'm looking at one guzman and you're absolutely right and sixty six everywhere and i see joe carter twenty nine. And that's why. When roger clemens said that i.
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Flyers beat Caps for 7th straight win, are point out of 1st
"Kevin Hayes and Yvonne Prokhorov each had a goal and an assist as the flyers won their seventh straight game beating the capitals five the two Philadelphia scored three goals in the second period within ten minutes Travis connect me tied the game with a power play goal is twenty fourth of the season Hazen Tyler Pitlick then followed with markers connect me saw his team moved within one point of the caps for the lead in the metropolitan division we stay humble we don't care who were playing into for the same way we play with confidence with speed and no we play those guys the same way we play everybody else he's got to work hard and and you know you know it's gonna pay off with flyers goalie Brian Elliott made twenty five saves in the win Craig heist Washington
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Giroux, Flyers rout Capitals and keep Ovechkin at 698 goals
"Sean couturier had two goals Claude euro had a goal and an assist in Brian Elliott made twenty five saves as the flyers around the capital seven to two Katori a gave the flyers are one nothing lead in the first period only to see T. J. Oshie tied the game the flyers then scored three goals within a minute and forty five seconds to take a four one lead and they never looked back Katori a says the flyers bounced back nicely after being shut out by the devils last time out is just you know one of those games were often seem to go our way and I thought you know far as important a come out strong and we did the flyers kept Alex events can at six hundred ninety eight career goals Craig heist Washington
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Pysyk Scores 3 Times As Panthers Beat Maple Leafs 5-3
"Over in the NHL. My high six first career hat trick helps the panthers. There's top Toronto five to three. The Rangers fell five to three to the stars and Brian. Elliott hit forty career shutouts as the flyers shut out the red wings. Three awesome
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Elliott makes 19 saves to lead Flyers over Penguins 3-0
"The flying to score a pair of second period goals to give them a three nothing win over the penguins Jacor check a Philadelphia one nothing lead with his tenth goal of the season they made it to nothing within a twenty to go on the on call by James van Riemsdyk with planting in your division that's how you in the standings and obviously the the points are magnified that much more so we know how critical this game was in the end no one likes to sit in a ten day break on and on a loss so we we want we made we want to make sure we had a good afternoon felt felt good about the way we play going on in the spring just the Braun close to scoring late in the third period Brian Elliott stopped all nineteen shots he faced for the shutout win Michael Luongo Philadelphia