17 Burst results for "Dan Boyle"
"dan boyle" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets
"Had to turn the heaters off on the bench. It was that nice. So a little different this time around. Yeah, it was still going to be great. Minnesota ones are pretty used to the cool. Yeah, they don't care. They'll be out there boosted up. I mentioned I get drafted in 2008. I think a lot of people are curious. You would drafted by the islanders and then you signed as a free agent with Minnesota. What happened? Did they renounce your rights? Like, take us through that process how that went down. Yeah, they just said drafted another couple D band ahead of me and obviously 6 round pick wasn't too high on their list. So I went to one camp. I missed the second one at shoulder surgery in the off season. And so didn't go there. And then when you get time to sign, there wasn't much talk. So I think my agent falling like the day before, I was like, hey, we're doing HL anything. And they're like, nope, you're good. So luckily, gotta try out here in the summer, and then went from there. Driver city. I mean, that's pretty crazy. Pretty understated though. It was like last minute the fact that you end up getting a driver city to even get involved with the wild where I heard that there was a story that you were planning on maybe heading over to Europe to maybe play with your brother at that time? Yeah, so I was going to go play Salzburg Red Bull. So I had that sort of in the back pocket and then I was like, well, you got Travers here with Minnesota. So did that figure to try it out for all the teams there at the time sort of showcase your stuff and worked out from there. We had a great team in Houston too that we ended up going to the finals that year. So it couldn't work out better. So that year, I think you only played around 20 games in the minors, right? And was it you were playing that well, it was called up, you got your chance, and then went back down for the playoffs. Is that home? Yeah, so my 21st birthday, I called up on so that was pretty cool. Were you hurting? No. You know, luckily it was the game actual game day, so it was perfect, but now the team in Houston is doing really well. So I think that definitely helped. And they had a couple injuries up here, so we think that there's one guy already up and then I happen to be the next guy in line. So it was in Calgary close to home, family came to watch, so it's pretty special. Do you ever stop to think that you were this close from going overseas? And you're such an incredible player, you probably would have eventually came back and established NHL career, but sometimes guys do get lost in the shuffle and they end up having a great career over there. Do you ever just stop and think of like the fact that you're days away from going there and then now this is your life for the NHL? Yeah, I think it's all about opportunity and your chances. Like you said there's so many good players that play the game that just don't get that chance whereas maybe a demon doesn't get hurt and then they miss their opportunity to come up and show their stuff and you're stuck behind someone. So definitely would have been different. It worked out obviously. I love it here. So it's great. Do they get your flat passes and transition that suitor was a puppet puppy or tires on? Do you think that that's what eventually got you to the National Hockey League ones? Yeah. He says he says in transition you through the flattest passes, always on the tape, never really jam it up his partner throwing grenades at him. A try. Well, then I don't have to play diesel. I can get caught the other way. What are you gonna say there? I was gonna, no, I was just gonna say it. In the end though, if he'd gone to Europe, he could have ended up KHL playing for maybe CSK made more than 7. A 100 million over that little defense video. Yeah, you took a pay cut to his Billy down there. Yeah, no. Yeah, seriously, Bill, you're getting a deal. Yeah. As an undersized defense would go to offensive instincts. It was there any players you modeled yourself out? There's a kid as a young guy. A huge fan of Dan Boyle ski. So we're watching them growing up once. I was a Ford growing up until I was 14, 14 and then switched it up. That's when I switched. We have a lot of similarities in our game too. Yeah. So yeah, switched when I was like 14, 15, so that's when I started watching, but when I was a kid growing up, it was dougie weight. So tell Billy that every day too. It was always dougie not him. And the oilers. When he used to pacity of Billy, I was like, give it back to him. Tos back. I'm going back to the fact that this is an outdoor game, you and your brother, Tyler, you guys battled quite a bit on the pawn and Edmonton growing up and a lot of that going on. Yeah, we had the backyard ring for two years and now having one I know why my dad stopped right away. It's hard work. Oh, you got one in your yard right now right now for the kids, but it sucks shoveling. They don't help ever. So I was like, no wonder he gave us the rink like blocks away. So yeah, we were four, four and a half years apart. So I was always trying to catch up to him and he just like, he's bigger, stronger than me. It still is to this day, so you still beat the wheels off. At those times, I mean, being younger and were you always dreaming of playing the NHL or something that your whole life, you were like, it wasn't, it wasn't like, I don't know, who cares? It was more like, this is my goal this is all I want. Yeah, and I think you played an Edmonton, you know how passionate. I felt it. Why wouldn't you say that? Yeah. But wouldn't be before I was on the other side, I was a fan. But no. He's bullying a tunnel..
"dan boyle" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Next money update coming up. It's 7 12. Pat wondered Carraway news radio. But is that more than a million? I'm not sure? Okay. I don't know 6 45 on Colorado's Morning news because here with look at sports, and let's start with that loss to Washington. How did that happen? Yeah, everyone, Marty. See you. Coach Dan Boyle was perplexed it how his team which had won four in a row came up short. 84 80 it Washington last night in Seattle, But the bottom line is you score any points on the road. You're supposed to win the game. But if you can't guard you better score 90, and we weren't. We weren't good enough offensively. Do that. You know, obviously we did not shoot the ball well from three One for 18. You know, we still shot 46% from the field. I mean, I was the offense was good enough to win. We didn't shoot the ball from from three very well. But you know the three point line for them and our inability to get stops was 64%. I mean, Not gonna be anybody. You're going that way. And that was Tad Postgame right here on K away. Not only did the Buffs have their winning streaks that they allowed, the Huskies has happened eight game losing streak of their own, which featured a loss to see you exactly. A month ago, December 20th in the nonconference game in the Far West Classic in Vegas, 69 62. Despite the poor shooting from three Colorado did get 24 points from Jura Horn. Well, a six rebounds Evan Batty 18 points and six boards of his own and McKinley right. The fourth added 12 points and six assists. The Buffs who ranked 23rd in the Coachespoll are now five and three impact. 12 play 11 and four on the year they look to start a new win streak Saturday night at Washington State. The back 12 is now looking for a new league commissioner after Larry Scott announced Wednesday that he's stepping down. Following 11 years on the job. He's believed to be the highest paid college Commissioner Reagan in about 5.4 million bucks, and I'll get that for the final year of his deal to not work Quick Mass says he's made over $50 million in his time on the job, so it makes perfect sense that the CIA can't figure out how to pay college kids. Everyone knows that we watch and listen to the games because the league commissioners The escape with the Kings for the second straight game in L A Tonight they're trying to win their third game in a row after losing season openers and eight o'clock puck drop from Staples Center and Marty CSU. Rams. Men's hoop squad will look to bounce back when they play at Utah State for the second straight game tonight and Logan tip off at night that sports I'm bringing crystalline can win his radio on the Rockets loves Iraqis. Thanks way.
"dan boyle" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"The right hand and the tomahawk with the live. After you because next day air deliver the game ups Official Logistics Company of Colorado Athletics. I think I see Tad Boyle jumping on our post game right past We've got him by. Assume from in Seattle Bus Full 84 80 coach shits Open out there. Give us your thoughts on this one. 01 of most disappointing losses. Uh of my career. Um Are seen Frank just well, I can't all their focus to cancel their preparation. I can't You know they were no overlooking this game. They ready before the game. With the bottom line is we could stop Mark. It was just It was just, you know, the second half. They were just there was no answer. And you know they were running weaves into a highball street. They're running a baseline shooter along the baseline coming off screens that we could not. Yes stops. They shot 64% of second half. You know, we talked about, you know the three point shot at that time they made 6.5. We have to take those away from We have to make their shooters drivers and make make make tough twos and Elaine and way couldn't even do that. I mean, and you know when you can't get stops, Mother bottom line is your story points on the road. You're supposed to win the game. But if you can't go on, you're better store 90 on. We weren't We weren't good enough offensively. Do that. You know, obviously we did not shoot the ball Well, three One for 18. But you know, we still got 46% of the field. I mean, I was the office was good enough to win, even though it wasn't You know, we didn't shoot the ball from from three very well, but the three point line for them and our inability get stops was 64% of me. You're not gonna be anybody really play that way way and we knew Washington was better. The score's 76 points against you. Stella, who's arguably the best defense of team in our league, scored 76 point, so they've gotten better than got good offensive players. We talked about that in a free game. I knew that coming in. We knew that coming in, um way just weren't able to stop under the night. You know Chan, it's a funny feeling eventually talked about that quite a bit about, you know. The talent they had in when you're in a ball game like this, and he allowed seem to start feeling good early. It kind of builds upon itself. And then it really because you get back on your heels, don't you? Which we talked about that at the second media time out in the first half. You know, it's two guys. You let this team hang around. They're gonna gain confidence. They're gonna gain. You know Mo Joe, and juice there. Start believing if you if you have No. Shut the water off. Now They're gonna go away and then you know they I don't know if they're down 15 if they come back, I don't. I don't know. I mean, we weren't way just weren't trading baskets mode, And when you get in trading baskets mode, you You're susceptible to the last two or three minutes. The game, which they were better than us the free throw line, uh, making shots making threes and we weren't And we have some good looks there, you know, but you know, but again, you have to prepare yourself for the nights when you don't shoot the ball. Well, when you go one for 18 from three and Was frustrating markets. We still scored. 80 points, going one for 18 from three so You know the office was not the issue, even though it wasn't great. It wasn't the issue. That issue was on the other end of the floor, which is something we hang our hat on. But there was no hope. Tonight Somebody came and And and pull the chair out from under us because we were not, you know, not good enough defensively and and you have incredible sort of Washington and, you know, I talked about this. The pre game I said, this is a breeding. Washington is going to beat somebody, and I was hopeful It wasn't gonna be us. But it was us tonight, and we've got nobody. To blame but ourselves. I take responsibility. Andare. Players have to really look within themselves from a defense of Sam Point, say, Um, I good enough at this level two Tonto, stop somebody, And the answer tonight was absolutely not not even close. It's one thing going for it to be in with the Bulls, not going in there their ways to explain that I'm wondering on a night like this for a team that has played relatively well defensively. When the defense is in there. What is the boil down to is a boil. What's going on for 20 years? Effort? Hostile. What do you pin it on? I did it on. Yeah, not not executing a plan, not the ball screen defense, you know, in the first half of two wide open threes based on helping off the wrong guy. One of them was Obi under where we're trying to go under under strain and their 6 ft. Available to get through the screen and be there on the cash and we try to go under in. The guy has to three and then they run a role replaced play where they roll. A guy the rim are branded shooting behind. The guy who's guarding the shooter behind is not supposed to help on that man in the corner. Our man helps. And they hit a wide open 366 points right there that we gifted Washington based on our inability to execute just fundamental ball screen defense or getting through string defense. And in the second half, you know we're guarding guys who have hit multiple threes with our hands down. And not a hand up to discourage the shot or to play the shot. If he shoots it, and we're hands are down and they shoot it in our face, and we looked the best later. Whoa! What did I do wrong? Well, we didn't have a hand up and the guy your garden. You're supposed to make a drive make make him a driver, not a shooting. So those are the things again. We gave two threes in the first half gifts in threes in the second half that were gifts. 12 points. And that's the difference of old game like this. And and you know where you hope this some point you could string together two stops. Into wins. Who kills the first half were ups in. We talked about two minutes to go in the first half. We get killed. Here We go in 14 or 16.5 didn't do it. It came in up for that. Never got to kill the second half. I mean, she was 64%. I mean, they score on 10. Executive positions between the end of the first half began his second straight possessions They scored. I mean, that's holy cow, we makes it nearly impossible for you. You're not gonna be anybody last week. I mean, that's the bottom line. I mean, you can't and it's not gonna be any easier on Saturday against Washington State, right? So, you know, maybe in the long run. This is good, bro. Guys. Maybe it'll be a wake up call and say, OK, we're not quite because maybe everybody's tell us we are. I still think we have it together. Group. We have a tight knit group we get. I love this team, but we were good enough tonight said we appreciate the time. Thank you very much. Yeah, thank you. That's head coach Dan Boyle here. The bubble was full by four in Seattle. One thing I love about Ted. He doesn't sugarcoat anything. Not at all. He tells you exactly what the issue is. And will always say it's on me on the coach. I'm the one who's got to set the tone, but he kind of lives. They're not kind of bear after a game like that, But you tell the disappointment in his voice You could see as I'm looking at him on the soon call is Very distraught right now, about this lost 84 80 bus fall of Seattle. We'll take a sample. We go back to the understanding at first our game numbers to run down in just a moment. This is capable of basketball. Trouble. Your field I MG college. Out here we charge into the Heartland with Mountain dew.
"dan boyle" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"This is the Buffs locker room show Well buff fish in a not so happy recap tonight very disappointing performance. The color of the Buffaloes that they open up this swing through the state of Washington. Falling in Seattle, 84 to 80 Scott Wilkie voice to the bus march. Frances Conversating Look at the numbers right now. On. I said at the end of the play by play there. If your program that claims you are a defensive program and you score 80 points never should you lose a basketball game, scoring any points. If you're a good defensive teams, I agree, and the bus didn't have it on the defensive in the night and Some of it is Mark once in a while, You don't play great defense, and then a guy gets going and then you can play good defense, and he's still gonna score because you know he's got to go on his God thinks it's his night and you saw tonight's the Honus Gotta go on, and then it kind of At one point, it didn't matter what we did. He was going to make the basket anywhere. This is really an interesting box scores. You're kind of running through it here because Colorado instill plus for rebounding, had 15 offensive rebounds. And let's see, like they made 32 field goals had 12 assists on 32 field goals. But still in of losing this ballgame because they wouldn't one of 18 from downtown and allowed Washington to shoot 64% in the second half. Yeah, and you know, you're gonna have nights like that from the front of primary mean rarely. We shoot that poorly. But you're gonna have nice for the outside shots don't go in, and that's the night you got to rely on your defense to win games for you and The defense wasn't good enough to win him again. Tonight buffs had form or field goals made than Washington in this one. But the problem was is eventually when one of 18 from downtown and the Huskies, who were the worst three point shooting team. Little back 12 with 12 of 25 in this ball game that I mentioned bustling, had five turnovers in the game is well points in the paint Colorado nearly plus 20 in that category, 42. 24 really an odd box score when you're looking through some of the numbers because they did so many things well in particularly offensive side stay for the three point shooting, obviously, but there's a lot of good numbers out there, Boy, the defense the numbers, you're stunning. You know the Honus and Stevenson came in the ball game Mark averaging 13 little over 13 a game tonight. They had 44 between a 45 between them. They were unbelievable The way those two played. Here tonight. The boss just could get no answer. The only reasons the Honus by the way only over 17 because he found out with 4.5 minister. Plus you mean Stevenson Stevenson over your otherwise because the bus had no answer for him at one point, I mean, he just couldn't seem to guard him no matter who they put on him. 84 80 year final score tonight Bus, followed by 4 11 before the season five and three. Impact Wolf conference play Well, go ahead Bus locker room. We'll take a time out when you come back in the other side. We got her assist of the game. We're gonna run out of numbers. We'll talk with head coach Dan Boyle as well, That's all straight ahead. This is kind of the basketball from their field. I am see college. My part time service in the Army National Guard makes it possible for me to be more for the community. I call home. I'm a better neighbor because my service has taught me how important it is to be a team player. My training helps me in my classes when I must give attention to detail.
"dan boyle" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"I love it. I'm telling you, I don't attend Star fans. You know they may They may not like you could say, you know, but hopefully somebody got off work earlier or had their phone out or whatever achieve on the radio because I love these three o'clock games. Does a coach and our players like him too? So, but we'll see. We'll see those things out of our control market. All right, you bet. Well, coach. Good luck. Had something in Vegas. Okay, Thanks, guys. Head coach Dan Boyle. Here. The Buffaloes give the 42 point winners they knock off of average today. 91 49. Let's quickly get to the numbers that this one run against of the Jerica team Numbers bust. You 50% the Mavericks. 31 Colorado 11 26 is Tad just mentioned 42% from downtown rebounding in Moscow plant Plus 12. Yeah, that ballgame they get 18 assists of 31 field goal is good numbers. They're four players in double digits. What you've already walking with 15 points, nine rebounds, although did have those four fouls. The Sharon Schwarz had 11 points, four rebounds. Dallas Walter play the game 14 points. Able to rebound with a blocked shot. Evan very had. 98 McKinley writes. 17 points, five rebounds, eight assists in this one's got a final comment from you. Well, the bus can kind of Play all aspects of the game like they did tonight. I know they're gonna play better, talented teams, but they're gonna have a great record. Mark. They they have. Ah, really good team. And when they focus on all aspects of the game like we saw today, they're really good. Yeah, the Buffaloes. I think they're gonna be adjusted Outstanding defensive team and I should be a potent offense of theme as the Buffaloes were up by 22 with the break 47 25 They have school the opposition by 22nd half 44 24.
"dan boyle" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Dan Boyle joins us on sports. defenseman who played seventeen seasons in the National Hockey League with Florida Tampa Bay San. Jose and the Rangers, and he has a place in NHL history is one of four defense mentally two different franchises in scoring and he won a Stanley Cup championship playing with the lightning also won a gold medal for Canada in the two thousand ten Olympic. Games in Vancouver. Then you grew up in Ottawa and to an American baseball is certainly the national pastime but Canadians it's hockey. What is it about hockey that makes it so special I don't know I mean I would I venture say eight out of ten boys probably get pushed on the as soon as they can. Soon, fathers can so you know the weather has something to do with it. Obviously, it's cold for. For more than than it is in some of the warmer states and You know you gotta find something to do outside and. With the with the frozen ranks in the frozen ponds people you know like to send their kids out to play hockey or skating I was just another Canadian boy that. You know pretty much was on the ice all the time. Ever Yeah. He was a good friend of mine and of course, he hosted hockey night in Canada, we used to talk about it sometimes and he said you really couldn't put your finger on it, but it's almost like the DNA in Canadians. Especially, the kids was he right about that And and and again, it transfers from from one from parents to the kids You know you you grow up you've it's usually on TV you know backing on Saturday nights or whatever my dad and my mom would be watching TV. So as a as a young child I'd do the same and you just kind of fall in love with the sport and and then you know it keeps going and going. Players growing up. I had to particular I wear my war twenty two because the talking I was a Philadelphia flyers fan growing up and my favorite defenseman was Brian Leetch who was number two. So those two guys are probably the two two guys that I like the most dangerous physicality, the game a little bit like a football of course. But how does one develop that physicality from being a kid growing up into eventually playing in the National Hockey League? Yeah some guys some heavy say I was not a big body. So I had to work at it. I had to get in the weight room and. put in some extra time and try to strengthen my body because I wasn't going to be. Stronger a bigger than most of the guys. So some guys have that natural gift whether born in there they grew up to be six five and and two thirty to forty. But I wasn't that's I spent a lot of time in the gym and a lot of time in the weight room. And I think what helped me was was really my brain. I had to be a little bit smarter out there than than other guys. And Kinda know understand situations when you're an undersized player when you know what where to go and how to get there you were undrafted out of Miami. University did that surprise you that you weren't taken in the draft it did not because it's well documented I was I was kind of an underdog my whole life I was overlooked was told early on that. I would never make it so it was. Kind of ingrained and whether it's right or wrong I just kind of never expected to to make it even though you know I was always the top player on my team growing up I just never really realistically thought that I had a chance because I was told that I wouldn't have a chance. Do you smile sometimes you think back seventeen seasons playing professional hockey for somebody that they couldn't play at that level Oh for sure I had a chip on my shoulder from day one and I still haven't now even though I'm retired I I never gave up never and I believe that myself even even though others didn't and yeah I mean to every day every day was a bonus for me. I wasn't expected to play one game let alone over one thousand. So it's a it's an absolutely amazing story and I'm really proud when people take a look at players no matter what the sport might be because I've had my other friends that were in pro football say the same thing I was either undrafted a draft in late what is it that they don't see in the evaluation process I am for me. The biggest thing was size I think the skill was there but size being back. Then you know the bigger players was you know you don't you don't see it as much anymore but back, then a defenseman under six feet, they wouldn't even look at you. So you know in football quarterbacks need to be a certain size, but you look at a guy like Russell Wilson who's my favorite player? In the NFL? You know he's the kind of Guy Cheer for because he's an undersized. quarterback and he's doing obviously amazing things out there. So it was it was just the size thing for me and that's something you can't change. You can't go in the gym. And work on that, you're only going to be as tallest as As God watch it and You know that's the one thing I couldn't. I couldn't change and that's the one thing that people thought that. We're not allowed me to be an NHL player. One of the things that I've known about any sport hockey, the wings have a certain mentality. The defenseman have a certain mentality. goalies have a certain mentality helped me out a little bit with the defense mentality. Usually, the goal is the weirdoes. They're the ones that are going in that phase one, hundred, mile our shot. So they're usually not all all right upstairs Florence and demand. Are you know identical I think that? It's changed over the last twenty years defense in back. Then we're a little bit more your tougher guys or slower guys, bigger guys but It's changed now where you get a little bit more more mobility in the back in so I, I would say that the goalies are definitely different different birds but the fords and the defense men are usually more of the same. You finally got your chance with the Florida Panthers, a couple of years in the minors, and then you come up as well being guy from Canada and now playing hockey down South Florida was a kind of a strange situation for you I mean how the hockey fans in south Florida reacted the sport yeah it was You know what? I came. In of the Florida, Panthers made it to the Stanley Cup finals year or two before I got. So hockey was kind of a big thing they were in. Miami and they had just moved to where they are today, which is sunrise. So that was Kinda new but no hockey was kind of a big deal. Especially, the team has had been doing well. So again for me I was just so happy to be up I didn't care where I played I was so thrilled and it's a great quality life you know when you can go to the rank and and In, the middle of December and driving in the sun and You know maybe go play golf on a day off and it was a pretty amazing way to live. Yeah. You're not shoveling snow out of the walkway. Are you know? In two, thousand and two. You were gel to the Tampa Bay lightning, and in two thousand four, you lifted the Stanley Cup championship with the lightning for the first time the cup and I just wonder how you look back on that period of time with Tampa Bay because it was upsetting the way it ended but tell me a little bit about the team.
"dan boyle" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Tear away. I've said this before. Dude, I can't Allison chains late. Thanks to you. And my good buddy winks, part of the extended the Creative Tony Paul in that community. Yes. That band knocked me on my ass so profoundly because I did not mean when they were playing music. And then Lane was still alive. God bless and rest in peace lanes daily. Yes, I was. That's it The era when I was like, deep into the grateful Dead going to shows Jerry was alive, and I knew how good they were. But I gotta tell you, frankly, it was so dark. Like I'm like, I don't think I can handle this right now. But then later in life, you brought him to me at the right time. And, well, I mean that bin You be. Look, they they have their own sound that nobody else has ever had. That's saying something, You know, you know what's funny is I did almost the flipside of that. I did the reverse of that where I was. High school I early college, all grunge kind of dark. You know, some dreary stuff, And then I flip the switch and this the brightness in the light of the dead and fish in the hippie jam bands and it was such a flip flop and then I would combine the two and I would say See a lot of similarities and a lot of the song writing between like, Say Black Sabbath, Alison chains, smashing pumpkins and the right or the dead or any incarnation or prime ists or or Ah, Why am I blanking on Bobby? Where's trio's name? What's the name of Bobby was trio right down. Thank you. And rat I can't be was blanking on that. I loved rat dog man will see them in the great American music all back in the day. Yeah. Shadow Wasserman rest while things going on. You've opened up so many interesting doors I got like, No, I got it. It's like Janis and I gotta return some balls here. Tease this. Let's just come out with this. Listen, I have recently become acquainted with the really cool dude. And since you mentioned Jerry Cantrell Yes, we're the people that don't know Jerry Control is bringing our player He's in the band Alice in Chains Co wrote a ton of the tune sings a lot of songs. So our gets sick like the unsung hero of 1000 James, and I think he just isn't Carrie is not in it for the he isn't care. But like most people think about us and change to think of Lane's daily and fine. Lane's daily was amazing. And like you said, rest in peace. Cantrell was just as big of a part of Alison chains as a Staley and questions and he's continued to carry the torch. Thank goodness and he said, And he does sing lead on some songs Can troll duck Take lead Vocal Sometimes. Absolutely. What Tony, So can't When Lanes daily died. He did a solo album called I Believe It's Called Degradation Trip. Yes, yes and The drummer on that record is going to be our guest next week. His name is Mike Borden's, and if you guys know other band faith, no more. You're listening, and that's the drummer from faith no more. He also has played with Ozzy. He's played with Claypool and privacy. But also he was on the can troll records anyway, toured with blocks out it he toward with Black Sabbath because he is the San Francisco guy he's born in the city. He's living up here in Marin County now say we were gonna have to talk to him next week, and he's a massive Giants fan. Yeah, loves the Giants. Duty is good Friends with Dan Boyle up from the Shark's Who's Oh, he's sports guy. I've just gotten Tio become acquainted with him recently. Super Super Cool, dude. So next week with the board to that, Tony In the meantime, bro, can I start this whole thing on the sports tip, no tent on the T O and ask you one more question before we settle into sports. Mr Temple. Let's play a little game. Just a tip. That's a wedding crashers. Shut up, Vince Vaughn go back and re watch Wedding Crashers when we have a moment, even if you just need to watch the football scene on the lawn with Christopher Walken. Oh, that's the best part of the whole movie you, Bradley Cooper. Do it always like sign stuff. Some Cooper's most underrated work one There's once do. And by the way, you got Vince Vaughn in the Argyle sweater, the type parents he's under center going hot round route once his what's the other guy's name is Buddy. In real life, You know O own Wilson and loopholes and Luke Wilson's like, I don't know how rap means it means just just run and down and up. And then do they snap the ball and Bradley Cooper comes around the edge. Dude with a full head of steam, just Put this one on his ass anyway. Amazing stuff round, right. Seven. Red seven Red seven. Look for money, endzone. After this play, I'll be the guy holding the ball. John. What? Red Seven? I don't know what Red Seven means hot Rod, I don't What is hot route? The disco stand on either side, Please ready down Set But but Wait..
"dan boyle" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Expats seven fourteen time for sports now with B. K. and the sports world and the rest of the world seem to be mixing a lot the Broncos weighing in on those protests BK yeah Brock is it coach Vic Fangio safety Kareem Jackson met the media via conference call on Tuesday okay Jack said he was proud to see fellow safety Justin Simmons speak at a rally in Florida and that it's time for he and his teammates perhaps to do more to help their community I think right now maybe yes Amanda was kinda hard now because you got guys all over the place and maybe something with and you know just maybe two guys and Dan Boyle we can extend the invites to know whatever guys that can you know make it back and Tommy and and also is it still on our work going on but on I think you may be a thing what we we need to get out and and we need we need to maybe put together on March you know like I say so so in this case and and everybody in it in these communities can actually see us and see we actually you know we're we're there to help when we're there to you know and we all on the same page with them Jackson who's currently spending his offseason Houston said he would be speaking some of his teammates Tuesday night and it looks like the NBA settle on a twenty two team format for their return to play July thirty first in Orlando Florida according to ESPN some details still being worked out if the finals were reaching game seven that could go all the way until October twelfth and according to reports the NFL is planning to have all thirty two teams hold their training camps at thirteenth practice facilities as of now twenty two teams do so like the Broncos and ten teams travel for training camp that's sports operating cost all okay with his radio over the Broncos bus Rockies.
"dan boyle" Discussed on KCRW
"S. Mexico relations right now Terri Conn NPR news Mexico City this afternoon on All Things Considered should I and will remain the first state to vote for president some Democrats question the influence of an overwhelmingly white state listen by telling your smart speaker to play and P. R. or your member station by name this is morning edition on KCRW ahead on morning edition NPR's Steve Inskeep talks to probe up pro publica reporter in make ducal about management consulting firm McKinsey and company which New York City pay millions to stem jail violence at Ryker's island and Dan Boyle yet is scheduled to be sworn in later today as the next energy secretary he moves up from his post as the energy department's top deputy look at what we can expect from through yet that's coming up on morning edition support KCRW to keep public media strong and free because you believe in news music and enrichment for everyone the season of giving back is the best time to insure your dollars go far thirty KCRW dot com slash joint and thank you now this from KCRW news Airbnb has reached a settlement with the city of Santa Monica clearing the way for city officials to enforce strict rules around short term rentals KCRW's Anna Scott says the agreement ends years of uncertainty and fighting over how to regulate Airbnb and other rental platforms if you're any Airbnb host in Santa Monica you're supposed to register with the city.
"dan boyle" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"The national farmers union says ten dairy farms date throughout the country going out of business in California is leading the is the leading dairy state in the country we have the most cal's and highs production lot of people in in the world think it's Wisconsin but not close not not even close no California California's oldest dairy is shutting down now it's been in business for over a hundred years they just can't make it work Dan Boyle and national correspondent at The Washington Times told this morning with Gordon deal that from terrorists to regulations to changing market tastes the dairy industry is facing a real crisis sleeping and represent about one percent of US gross domestic product of minutes almost six hundred and twenty billion dollars a year the walls all around the dairy industry but for the last twenty thirty years guys and then being hammered by all kinds of forces with a good amount to about ninety four thousand farms closed from about nineteen ninety to two thousand and eighteen so there are lots of forces that are impacting dairy farmers there was a short term rapid increase in milk prices after the Great Recession because consumer tastes changed it to cheese and yogurt which take more milk to make that's dropped off and then the terror of seven right and California dairy farmers just aren't able to make it so a lot of them are giving up or they're changing crops I had a really nice conversation with emailed you a commodity who's out in the San Joaquin Valley that is the oldest one of the oldest dairy farm in California was the oldest com west of the Rockies after a hundred and twenty six years long time and decided to give up com well are there about two thousand no producing crowds but it was so hard to make money special talent host great reception here the Bo decided to shift the focus to almond cream actually said he said but on the cruise going to be something that would be much more profitable yeah almonds are a big crop and actually that farmer told this reporter that you know at that with almonds I don't have to get up in the middle night and solve their problems either well you know I was gonna go there before you play that clip because almond milk has really cut into the traditional milk market right and dairy farmers are saying look it's not you call it whatever you want it's not milk it's I mean it's all men dream no I know that but from a marketing standpoint people going to the grocery store that's what they think they do and it's why yeah looks like milk yep yep so that has definitely cut in over ten years we have lost twenty thousand licensed dairy farms we went just in one year we went from forty thousand nationwide to thirty seven thousand nationwide well so they are they're going out a lot of relieving California too I've I go to Oregon all the time and I I stopped I was out the middle no we're in Oregon and I stopped at a dairy knocked on the door need some directions or something and the folks I met were super nice they were from the Central Valley and they move their entire milk production up to Oregon because it was just more advantageous for them regulations cost time is all about them that's a familiar story out is off to the roads we go let's check in with Brian.
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"You know you you grow up you. It's usually on TV you know back in the you know on Saturday nights or whatever my dad and end my mom would be watching TV so as a as a young child I'd do the same and you just kind of fall in love with the sport and and then you know it keeps going and going players growing China I had two in particular I worked. I worked twenty two because rick talking. I was a Philadelphia Flyers fan growing up and my favorite defenseman was Brian Leetch. She was number two so those two guys are probably the two two guys that I I like the most deans physicality of the game a little bit like football football of course but how does one develop physicality from being a kid growing up in do eventually playing in the national hockey yeah some guys some obviously I was is not a big body so I had to work at it. I had to get in the weight room and put in some extra time to try to strengthen my body because I wasn't going to be stronger bigger than most most of the guys so you guys have that natural gift whether born in there they grew up to be sixty five and and two thirty to forty but I wasn't that so I spent a lot of time in the gym the weight room and I think what helped me was was really my brain. I had to be a little bit smarter out there than than other guys and and Kinda yeah no understand the situations when you're undersized player when you know what where to go and then how to get there you were undrafted out of Miami University. Did that surprise prize you that you weren't taking it did not because small documented I was. I was kind of a an underdog my whole life I was overlooked that was told early on that I would never make it so it was kind of ingrained and whether it's right or wrong I just kinda never expected to to make it. Even though you know I was always the top player on my team growing up. I just never really realistically thought that I had a chats because I was told that I wouldn't have a chance do you you smile sometimes when you think back seventeen seasons playing professional hockey for somebody that they said couldn't play at that level Oh for sure I had a chip on my shoulder from day. They want and I still have it now. Even though I'm retired I I never gave up. I never quit and I believe that myself even even though others didn't and and yeah I mean to every day every day was a bonus for me. I wasn't expected to play one game. Let alone without and so it's it's an absolutely amazing story and I'm really proud when people take a look at players no matter what the sport because I've had my other friends that were in pro football say the same thing I was either undrafted the drafted late. What is it that they don't see the evaluation process? Yeah I am for meeting. The biggest thing was size. I think the skill was there but sized being back then you know the bigger players. was you know you don't you don't see it as much anymore but back then defenseman under six feet they wouldn't even look at so so you know in football quarterback need to be a certain size but you look at a guy like Russell Wilson is my favorite player in the NFL. He's the Kinda Guy Cheer for because he's undersized quarterback and doing obviously amazing things out there so it was just it was just a size thing for me and that's something that you can't change. You can't go in the in the gym and work on that. You're you're only going to be as tall as as God wants it and you know that's the one thing I I couldn't I couldn't change and that's the one thing that people fought. We're not allowed me to be an HR and one of the things that I've known about any sport hockey. The wings have a certain mentality that defenseman have a certain mentality to have a certain mentality helped me out a little bit with the defense mentality of the weirdoes. They're the ones that you know going in that two phase one hundred on our shot so they're usually not all all right upstairs. I think demand. Are you know identical. I think the it's changed over the last twenty years defense in back then were a little bit more your tougher guys or slower guys bigger guys but it's changed now to where he got a little bit more more mobility in the back end so I would say that the the goalies are definitely different different birds but the fords defensemen are are usually more same. You finally got your chance with the Florida panthers a couple of years in the minors and then you come up as well being guy from Canada and now how playing hockey down in south Florida was kind of a a strange situation for you. I mean how the hockey fans in South Florida react to the sport yeah. It was you know what they I came in. The Florida Panthers made it to the Stanley Cup finals a year or two before I got there so hockey was kind of a big thing they were in Miami and they had just moved to where they are today which is sunrise so that was Kinda new but no hockey was kind of a big deal especially the team has had been doing well so again for me. I was happy to be up. I didn't care where I played. I was just so thrilled and it is a great quality of life you know and you can go to the ranking in the middle of December and driving in the sun and you know maybe go play golf on a day off it was it was a pretty amazing way to live yeah. You're not shoveling snow out of the walkway. Are you know in two thousand two you were dealt to the Tampa Bay lightning lightning and in two thousand and four lifted the Stanley Cup championship with the lightning for the first time the cup and I just wonder how you look back on that period of time with Tampa Bay because it was upsetting the way it ended but tell me a little bit about the team that won the Stanley Cup Championship in your time there yeah very similar my personal personal story. I think the team had some undrafted you know Marty Saint Louis being the other one in particular. you know there was there's a Lotta under guys at weren't expected to be there and we were a team that wasn't expected to win and we Kinda all came together very much like my story and then kind of an underdog team and another dog city and we all came together in the right place at the right time guys found their way on that team from different in scenarios and it was a short I mean by the time from the time I got there went from a non playoff team to you know a playoff team to Stanley Cup winner within you you know two years so it was a it was quick and that doesn't happen very often but it's a it's a credit to to the management that you know went out and found some of these players I in different situations and put up. Put the team together. NCNB gypsies is there's always kind of crossroads. What was it for the Tampa Bay team? UH I don't. I don't know it was just it was like the stars align. We made the playoffs the year again after I got out there for the first time in forever we lost early and we kinda learn from that so I think that loss was you know maybe a crossroads. I don't know if you WANNA call it that I put it was just kinda showed us what what it would take to win and then we went on to win the following season so it was a it was a quick lesson but it was a good one. GB chips really do seen an awful lot to players no matter what the sport is because I've heard a lot of my friends say you know I would give up all the numbers if I could get a championship. Tell me a little bit it in your particular case what that meant to you because after what you told me about how you had to always fight to get anything I would assume that that meaning was probably a little bit deeper interview. Oh one hundred percent I for sure I'd I'd give up all my goals an assist for another for another chance at a Stanley Cup. I statistics you know we're never ever important to me. I never had a you know I never had a milestone. I never set you know. Sometimes they say to set goals. I never had goals as far as actual goals and assists are concerned it was it was always about winning for me and I'd be willing to you know take all my personal points in for another chance at the championship. That was my number one goal the only goal I had going in every season. I know that the players get a day to have the cup in their presence and and to do with whatever they become too much. They really warn you. They say don't they say simplify. Don't Overdo it because other guys have done in in the past and and sure sure sure enough. I overdid it. I did way too much ended up getting a day and a half. I got the night before and I told my wife that I just wanted my my my friends. My buddies just kind of guys I grew up with and not kind of. Have you know other people around. She understood that it was just kind of one of those things for me so we kinda went out a little too late and a little too much and then the next day was was more family oriented friends. You know where I grew up. we raise some money throughout the day three separate occasions so you try to give back to the community a little bit and we did that but it was a it was a long day after the night before and you know it was it was amazing I wouldn't I wouldn't change it but it was definitely a it was all there's a lot of stuff going on. Dan Boyle is with US defenseman who played seventeen seasons in the National Hockey League won a Stanley Cup Championship and also won a gold medal in the Olympics in two thousand ten. We'll talk about that aspect of his life and other things as we continue across the country and around the world. We've gone sports by law..
"dan boyle" Discussed on KFI AM 640
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"dan boyle" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Was totally fooled by the the fake shot by kucherov kucherov, fake shoots. It puts it into the crease area. Uruguay have coming from his right to his left is out of his crease. And then loses his balance slides four or five feet out of the blue pages. Nowhere to be seen when Miller who has partially covered right on the edge of the blue paint could adjusted that one off in. I sure it into the net. Personally, it pretty easy goal on the power play there for the lightning. But that one's on Greek your more than anybody else. Bill Gates is twelve got three goals in the last four games. Kucha on another says he's got to tonight a hundred and three points on the year and headman gets the other assist. Admit is now tied with Dan. Boyle for the all time franchise record sorelle. Maybe a breakaway parental cutting it front, and he got hooked by shattenkirk. But they said it was okay disrupted the shot attempt court falls upright corner. I thought solvent shoots blocked. Remember Sergeyeva point Ritz it over the net. Here's Gordon the right corner. Yati Gort keeps it moving right corner. Sara Lee he's had a couple of chances in the clear in this game et cetera. Pass picked up by place in trying to clear what off tips stake into the Rangers bench finishing that thought. Head minagawa. Allie was one point shy of tying boil for the all-time power play point record by defense. But he's now drawn eat it with that assist. The New York Rangers trying to get a little emotion as game right off the opening faceoff, and it continues. Now, Brendan Lemieux the newest New York ranger pushing and shoving with Yanni gorge before the park was even dropped now. Read at the end of this last shift chlorine gets into Lemieux's face. And there's a lot of exchanges as they go over to the bench. So we'll keep an eye on that. That's the kind of player Lemieux it. Neutral zone pace up went for booty EVA's. Connor brickley. Looking for Brenton Smith at center ice back from Marc stall against it. Smith turns it into the lane again chip it out for Callahan of the right wing Callans Marion blocked by Smith. Sweep it by the lightning that headman bumps it around to the near side for Dan Girardi to nothing lightning in the first Gherardi clears to center ice pockets. Get a cheese at across the blue light is check by the Angelo. But the puck his back to pocket centering.
"dan boyle" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"And as soon as the plane would take Berge with jump out of the cities in the middle. Like, you ski jumping and just given at the Dan Boyle. So that's the kind of player MR version of teammate. He was so I did it just it's an interesting sort of difference. Because of this this position, you kind of have to have a warm series houses that I don't really know Wallace was a person. But I mean, I've heard all the stories from people who do very well. So what do you make? Let's we have a couple minutes lot. When you take a look at the rest of the east Tampa Bay well positioned to do whatever they're gonna do. But when you look at the rest of these how do you see this thing playing out? I mean, who do you think is the biggest threat to the lightning who do you these Montreal sneak in you know, we were talking about, you know, what are they gonna do with the trade deadline, if anything how do you see this much? I don't know if I'd wanna play Montreal in the first Ron Carey price possible. They're gonna start on the road even wildcard team steers the first game. Stay at home. Everything changes. I mean, I guess the Leafs to me are their biggest competition use the Lisa questioned on defense and goaltending. I mean, the lightning. Cream of the crop in the NHL. Although is a history of the President's Cup winner. Never win the Stanley Cup. So maybe I don't wanna tank if you. Even save him at this point whether points up, but they were the it's funny because the Glenn you have a chance to break the record for most points in a season was set by the seventy six seventy seven can which is pretty incredible hundred thirty points. If my minor by memories, right? But I was in an eighty nine eighty two and in England in Guam got called up for two games in the playoffs that year to play with canes. And I was just asking if you lose any similarities between that team and his lightning teams together. Already said, no explosive goalscorers Putra oven. Unstamped a great goaltending. An offensive minded deemed team that plays a fun game watch. And. There's one player on the lightning reminds you the scoot travel. Anybody that played for the canyons? And you thought it was not with flair, but it is a dreadful Americans Jacques Lemaire possession game mean smart parking making possible. That's that was interesting. Interesting holler, say anybody reminded me, Brian angler. Pretty dirty vets wrangling with that old Jolfa helmet. Yeah. We'd love to see Montreal Toronto. First matchup. That'd be a lotta fun too long. Thanks so much for coming on. We appreciate pleasure. Thanks to Eric Rowlinson as well. And thanks salmon.
"dan boyle" Discussed on WLAC
"Damn what's going on? Gordon? Yes. What's going on here? It says moved across the country to take your plastic driver's license and make it a digital license that would sit on your smartphone. It's an interesting idea. People say this would make people's lives easier. This movement to everything digital everything being. Privacy advocates have said, you know, there are a lot of problems with that. Because does that mean that police they're looking at your license could potentially just look into everything inside your phone? So that's kind of a quick and dirty big picture who wants to do this. Well, there's a there states across the country. There are about fifteen that are doing pilot programs right now, there's a Louisiana actually has an app to do this. There's a company in Washington a couple of companies from French from called Denia, which is a pioneering firm in terms of fingerprinting iris scanning and facial recognition scanning and they're one of the forces behind the move towards digital licenses. And what would they want it for? Well, they seem it's I did some pretty deep dive reporting on this year because I- Denia has got his seems a lot of data biometric data and biometric data is better. That's collected one year if go in and out of the country, if you go through an airport, traveling overseas biometric, Ed actually, also collected in most states when you sit down and have your driver's license. I d taken that biometric data is collected. I feed some of this metric data. To the department of homeland security to the FBI the department and Georgetown University. They've got a privacy Law Center said about most Americans now have their biometric data in some sort of US database. So it's this firm that does it, but it's also very much the United States government since nine eleven has really tried to create massive databases of identifying where we all are. Meaning that most of us could get picked up by some sort of facial recognition software. That's exactly what it means. And there are some pilot programs at airports that are pretty wild. If if your listeners wanna go check some of this stuff out, I mean missions that Orwellian critics were calling stuff Wellington because there are pilot programs in some airports across the country where you and I could be strolling down. I could be meeting at the airport to have a drink, and we could be meeting in some terminal immuno, it'd be walking to terminal and suddenly they could determine that's Gordon Deal. That's Dan Boyle. I just a camera that's up there grabbing our faces which is incredible than if one of us, I know had did warrants out or something, I guess, right? Maybe that could trigger something who come get arrested on the spot. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. That's and that's exactly where like some of these privacy privacy rights groups. There's some there was a big operation electron from to your phone Dacian out of San Francisco. Well, they say that the problem there is what if they identify goes that's Gordon Deal. But actually Gordon Deal face. They think is also some Gordon Johnson in Florida who's just a wacked his mother. And then you get pulled in people say, oh, my God that was a misidentification. So these somebody's privacy rights groups, digital let's go to saying mis identification of the problem its ironed out this stuff shouldn't be because it's not very regulated speaking with Dan Boylan, national correspondent at the Washington Times. He's written a piece called Orwellian vision. Critics say digital driver's licenses exposed citizens to hackers and abuse. What about for terrorist purposes with this necessarily keep the country? Do something like this. I mean, that's the big argument for it. And that's why so many billions of dollars have been invested in the United States since nine eleven in this technology, firms idea is one of the pioneers here, it's it's a French firm. But it's it's really inside the guts have a lot of this technology in Washington, apple Facebook, and Amazon they're also all over this stuff and facial recognition and part of that is that they can feed the data to department of homeland security who says if there's a bad guy coming in some but say Yemen or somebody who maybe be the radicalized in the US, we can track them and follow them and make sure that they do that. Don't do something extraordinarily bad. No in inside the national security apparatus marshalling. People say the stuff is absolutely critical for that reason was Dan Dan, Boylan national reporter at the Washington Times. Twenty one minutes now after the hour on this weekend. I want to keep my heart healthy. So I get my cholesterol checked regularly. And when my doctor told me my.
"dan boyle" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Damn what's going on? Gordon? Yes. What's going on here? It says the moving across the country to take your plastic driver's license and make it a digital license that would sit on your smartphone. It's an interesting idea. People say this would make people's lives easier. And it's this movement to everything digital everything being folks. Privacy advocates have said, you know, there are a lot of problems with that. Because does that mean that police if they're looking at your license could potentially just look into everything inside your phone? So that's kind of a quick and dirty big picture who wants to do this. Well, there's a there's states across the country. There are about fifteen that are doing pilot programs right now, there's a Louisiana actually has an app to do this. There's a company in Washington a couple of companies French from called idea, which is a pioneering firm in terms of fingerprinting iris scanning and facial recognition scanning and they're one of the forces behind the Motors move towards digital licenses. And what would they want it for? Well, they seem want it. It's I did some pretty deep dive reporting on this year because idea has got his teams a lot of data biometric data biometric data is that data that's collected. When you go in and out of the country. If you go through an airport, traveling overseas biometric, Ed is actually also collected in most states when you sit down and have your driver's license. I d taken that biometric data is collected feed. Some of this metric data. To the department of homeland security to the FBI to the department and Georgetown University. They've got a privacy Law Center said about most Americans now have their biometric data in some sort of US database. So it's this firm that does it, but it's also very much the United States government since nine eleven has really tried to create massive databases of identifying who we all are. Meaning that most of us could get picked up by some sort of facial recognition software. That's exactly what it means. And there are some pilot programs at airports that are pretty wild. If if your listeners wanna go check some of this stuff out missions that Orwellian wait critics are calling for Wellington because there are pilot programs in some airports across the country where you and I could be strolling down. I could be meeting you at the airport to have a drink. And we could be meeting him some terminal immuno be walking to a terminal, and suddenly they could tell that's Gordon Deal. That's Dan Boyle. I just a camera having faces which is incredible. Then if one of us had. Did warrants out or something? I guess right. Maybe that could trigger something come get arrested on the spot. I got it. Yeah. Yeah. That's and that's exactly where like some of these privacy privacy rights groups. There's some there was a big operational electron. Frontier foundation out of San Francisco day say that the problem there is what if they identify, and it goes, that's Gordon Deal. But actually Gordon Deal face. They think also some Gordon Johnson in Florida who's just a whacked his mother. And then you get pulled people say, oh, my God that was a misidentification. So these somebody's privacy rights groups digital electrical saying misidentification of the problem will kill Tien out this stuff shouldn't be anywhere because it's not very regulated speaking with Dan Boylan, national correspondent at the Washington Times. He's written a piece called Orwellian vision. Critics say digital driver's licenses exposed citizens to hackers and abuse. What about for? Terrorist purposes with this necessarily keep the country to do something like this. I mean, that's the big argument for it. And that's why so many billions of dollars have been invested in the United States since nine eleven in this technology for these storms Denia is one of the pioneers. Here it's it's a French firm. But it's it's really inside the guts a lot of this technology in Washington, apple Facebook, and Amazon they're also all over this stuff, and and facial recognition and part of that is so they can the data to department of homeland security who says if there's a bad guy coming on from but say Yemen or somebody who may be used radicalized in the US, we can track them and call them and make sure that they do that. Don't do something extraordinarily bad. No in inside the national security apparatus marshalling. People say this stuff is absolutely critical for that reason was Dan Dan, Boylan national reporter at the Washington Times. Twenty one minutes now after the hour on this weekend. I want to keep my heart healthy. So I get my cholesterol checked regularly. And when my doctor told me.
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"He's strong defensively. A lot of people tell you that you know, he's okay better. But he's a tremendous offensive player. If circuit chef continues to ascend as an offensive player. That's okay. Absolutely. I have. No, that's okay. That's not a liability in. Sure, that's not. And this goes back to I remember, Dan, Royal gamble came to the lightness for sure he had that reputation couldn't play his own end. But he had freedom like he had all kinds of offense ministry when he came here. John Tortorella in Craig Ramsay made a deal with him. You can do what you need to do in the offensive zone, but you better compete like hell in your own. And guess what? Dan, Boyle, did he learned dated like hell and he turned into a twenty goal score in this week? It was phenomenal. We have a question from Travis. He's asked about the about the trade. Not sure Chicago got a really solid NHL player in a better pick for prospect. But he's not fluent familiar with yawn. Rueda? With with he calls on the new is not exactly a kid. He's he's been around. He's twenty seven years old. Look, he's an offensive type of when he can move the puck. He's got sized tomb at six foot three right handed shop right handed shot. That's a deal for the Tampa Bay Lightning. We talked to Jillian breeze ROY yesterday. That's exactly what he said. He said this now balances out their top eight, and as we know if you're gonna make a deep run in the postseason you want your you you need to think at least eight deep on the back end. And now they have four right handed shot CFO left handed shots. They have a guy with some NHL experience in a guy who in the meantime can help Syracuse he's dealing with a little bit of injury Julian resource. It he expects to be available for Syracuse starting next weekend's not in the lineup tonight. So. Not anybody that's going to break the Bank. He's not gonna put this team over the top. Or anything buddy provides you, some doubt the guy who can place a minutes, if you have to call on him, especially if the us, you know, you lose Rhianna shot defensively, and I don't think this will prevent them from going out and making a trade if they choose to do so it won't. And again, that's something that Jillian brief addressed yesterday that, you know, while he he can't say specifically he's looking for something to come along. Was we get closer to the trade deadline, but it does not change his mind in anything. It's just a little FIS position. Exalt I needed to shore up in terms of deaths. And what did we talk about the team needed at the trade deadline anyway defensive depth while he's already got it in in bringing in Ruda and training Kuku? So we'll see what the approaches. Look, the I expect you I don't expect us to be the only move between. Already will sue our wrath in the post game. And then of course, last call at the end of the game. If you've got more questions. Definitely do that. And we will answer them as we're live here at the guy Harvey outpost on Saint Pete beach. So make sure you stop by.