17 Burst results for "Dave Schultz"
"dave schultz" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"You had Joe Biden. They took breaks, and he had a chance to sit there. Nice looking chairs. By the way, when they look like they're more than 12 ft apart, he and George Stephanopoulos and the people in the crowd asking questions and it was far Maur, peaceful and tranquil for Joe. Then it certainly was for the more combative Donald Trump the ratings at this point, Tom show more people tuned in to ABC for Biden. I guess their bodies and unknown Yes, well, and it's you know, it's sort of close enough. But Biden is ahead. In both the early numbers were 12 million to 10 million. Then they added the MSNBC side of the NBC market and it's like 13.7 to 13.2 million. So it's mostly a wash. But I personally and I think we both were surprised that Biden drew Mohr attention because even enough obviously I'm gonna vote for Biden. I don't know if you go for trump or not, but Clearly, the more compelling drama was with drum. The thing about Joe Joe Biden strength is that he's conventional. And so it had this kind of. Yeah, it was 90 minutes. It felt, you know, way longer than that. Trump's is only 60 minutes. I think they could have flipped it and it might have been more entertaining, although that's not why you choose your president. No, it's filled out. Your flyers used to go to the game, You'd walk out of the game. Hey, how was it? It sucks. Dave Schultz only got like two fights. You used to go toe flyers can watch the fight right. Everyone's Bobby Clarke and Dave Schultz, known as the Hammer, and she also go out the Schultz. He would go out there and punch people that was his job to skate up to somebody and then punch them in the face. And that's what everybody wanted when you went to a foot of Flyers game, So when you watch Donald Trump I mean, I can't imagine being other than what he was Savannah, Guthrie probably was told again. This is one of the things that people said There's no need having debate Nancy Pelosi and the rest of the Democrats and media don't do a debate with him because all he does is sit there and lie. So obviously Savannah had the questions loaded for her. And then she had the follow ups with the facts because she would ask a question. The president would begin to answer in a particular way that she felt was not necessarily you know, completely honest or he was no fudging. Then she would follow up quickly, in fact, check him on the air so that it became combative back and forth. But prior to it, it was a Ben Smith from The New York Times who had said that tweeted out Enormous pressure on NBC to now make this thing a nightmare for Trump. Yeah, I don't. I don't really think that And I think I don't think Trump thing doesn't think it was a nightmare. Trump thought he did great He loved and he knew it was. It was more entertaining than the Joe Biden thing. I got Savannah Guthrie again. I like we mentioned. We're neither of us. Sort of that familiar with her. She's the she's on too early in the morning. She does the today show. But what I didn't realize until after the fact is, she is a lawyer. I don't know if she's a practicing lawyer. I kind of doubt that now, but she does have a law degree. So She's not, You know, soft features kind of person. She actually has some bona fetus. And so I thought she did a good job. But to me, John, it wasn't his combative as it was. It felt It felt like familiar because when he said, for instance, that he didn't know queuing on and but he tweeted out some ridiculous thing about you know Joe Biden having sealed six people killed so they wouldn't reveal the fact that they didn't really kill some of bin Laden. Some Q and on You know stuff he said. Well, I don't know. I just put it out there just But you're not just the crazy old uncle who says long I have the sound of him saying I got that out of him like, you know, OK, it's just this week. You retweeted to your 87 million.
"dave schultz" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast
"That Carter. Went out in Montreal. I love when People Talk About Exhibition Stadium. So hearing you talk about the Pearson Cup warms my heart for. That was a dump, but it was our dump no, no no, it was the Ba- an ice I would go to I bought those two dollars seats in the bleachers my first job ever actually my first job ever was working for versus foods selling hot dogs and Jumbo Cokes Jays Games. I got a job there once, but I didn't take it because I got an offer another job at the same time that I took. Was that the job at the score Selling Jumbo Cokes and hot dogs man I was. I was there for the ad the eighty-five run. The. Did you get a chance to watch the games like could you watch the games or were you working too hard? Well, I mean I how such a fan and still am, but I was such a fan. Then I ended up watching more game. I was there at that the Ernie Whitt Bruschi game the George Bell Game Oh. Wow. The karate kick. Yeah and then Ernie. WHITT. Jazz beacon after he hit that homer. Oh that place was alive my favorite though was still Capelli Bat Day. Yes. But they got worse as we got older they used to be really good bats and. then. They became terrible bats. Yeah. I always thought it was weird I. Guess they didn't poorer beer at that point exhibitions stadium it sounds bizarre but it was you know years and years before you could have a beer it's exhibition stadium never understood the idea of arming drunk people with baseball bats. I always thought that was kind of unique like they're handing you weapons as you walk into the stadium. All right. From Gary Carter we go to Tame Oh Celani well, I mean I think of the shooting the gun. Dallas Aitken's catch a glove, a seventy six goals in his first season. I think of the offer sheet. Calgary. New. A member of the was not for she to this guy we'd never heard of. Yup, but I think of him winning the Stanley Cup and the tears in his eyes is Scott Oak interviewed him I've told the story before about how everyone in Manitoba wanted the docs to win that cop because of team was Salani. His buddies. Flying over from Finland and drinking all the alcohol on the plane they had none left for that Cup final. I think about how in two thousand four he thought his career was over because he was going to have major knee surgery, but he came back. I remember burkey saying that one of the reasons that slang was so important to the doctors that Berkey was a grouch and Randy Carlyle was. And he needed somebody who was happy all the time. Yeah, that's him. I. Mean. There's so many good things to remember about him. What I think about Salani lately is tracking technology and one of the things. One of the questions that I'm most interested in getting answered I think this tracking is GonNa finally give us the answer is a belief that have had for the longest time the which is you don't need to have a hard Scott to have a good shot. And he was never never be confused with Alma Genus or window Clark or Mark House risk shot but man, did he have a really good shot just wasn't the hardest but as far as when he got it off how he got it off where he plays it all of it it was an outstanding shot, but it wasn't the hardest shot. I've always leave. You don't have to have the hardest to good shots. We'll finish on this. Okay. His name will always be synonymous with the number four, hundred, seventy, two. Dave the Hammer Schultz. So all the war of words in the Philadelphia Montreal series. Had ME GOING DOWN AFFILIATE MONTREAL? Youtube Rabbit Hole I was very young America people like. Jeff. Told me wines like when we were. Oh my God you're not GonNa believe this. What's that? So I ordered a beer delivery. Okay. Yeah and the guy who is delivering it. He called me and I sent him attack to said, can you please leave it on the porch and he said your delivery needs to be received by someone of legal age of consumption. Sorry. I can't leave it unattended. So I need sixty seconds here to go get my beer every okay. One SEC. Okay Al Filibuster on Dave Schultz while you're gone here this is this says good tap dance practicing for me one of the things I always marvel that when it came to Dave Schultz was. We tend to Schultz as Shrek like he was a monster he was huge. He was a giant that laid waste to the NHL look at the penalty minutes every year three, hundred hymns, four, hundred, seventy, two, a record in the NHL. Dave Schultz listed at six, one, one, eighty five and to put that in context. Do you know who played six one, one, eighty, five for his career Matt Staging? Also as Elliot will talk about the worm new wormhole between the Philadelphia. Flyers and the Montreal Canadians. Long believed that it was very Robinson that sort of ended the myth of Dave Schultz. Is Too strong a term but it ended his reign as the heavyweight champion in the NHL is a flyers Montreal brawl Larry comes out of the dressing room and makes a beeline for Dave Schultz grabs him out of a Scrim and starts filling them up. That was one of the fights I watched on Youtube. So that was the one that sort of publicly ended at all for Schultz like Whoa bird is just doing a number. It was funny because after that fight Dave Hutchison. Flash Kayode. Lee Robinson at center ice at Maple Leaf Gardens. But can Houston anyone listening in Chatham Ontario right now is high fiving. We lost a couple of. Years. Ago Can Houston of Chatham Ontario playing for the Atlanta flames after he scored his first career NHL goal was against the Philadelphia Flyers Schultz went out of them in front of the net and Houston turned around not that he was a noted fighter but he was tough turned around and broke his jaw with punch. So how about that for your first goal moment ever I? Score my first career NHL goal and I knock out and break the jaw of Dave shots. What a moment for Ken Houston Anyway just tap dancing there while we waited a few get your suds I wasn't sure that I was going to mention the brewery but then I remembered the brewery supported us wants in one of our live thirty one's Oh. Nice left-field brewery yeah man. The I ordered from them the other day and they. The gentleman just said, I can't leave a someone from the age of majority has to take it so. So Max's fake. Id didn't work. I put my beard on his eight-year-old face, but they didn't buy it. Okay. We'll finish up with Dave Schultz. So Jeff and I we work together when we were both young at the fan and then we separated we went our own ways and then I remember when I started working at sports debt in two thousand fourteen or whatever year was fifteen jeff was back you said to me do you ever go down a hockey? DB rabbit hole end up looking at that thing for six straight. Hours and I was like, no I don't do that. I'm a normal person I'll look at it for twenty minutes or so open not like that. But because of this Philly Montreal war of words I did I started with Boxcar hospital eighty seven Oh. Wow. And then I went back to you know Ron Hextall and Chris Chelios, and then of course, to Larry Robinson Dave Schultz. Dave Schultz. As you said, four seventy two, the most penalty minutes and one in H. L. Season record will never be broken. He became a standup comedian. Dave Shultz did yes I know he owned a Limo Company for I..
"dave schultz" Discussed on AMS on the Air
"They mentioned in twenty twelve. I was only a couple months out from finishing my dissertation. And so it's interesting to look back and see how far I've come. And I'm really honored to have been a part of this process to help future. Graduate students current graduate students in the broader community have an updated resource because I two relied a lot on the Jones review from two thousand three and I actually found my ear marked printed copy of that paper just an hour ago as I was cleaning up by office before this conversation. I I'm wondering, also from of just a purely scientific point of view given that this community is so close. Knit does that make it easier for you to right? This paper or harder just where these papers because you're, you're looking at a community that knows each other's work very well and works together quite a bit. I guess the field programs that are involved. You know, everyone's working from the same data sets or a lot of the same onnell's, and there's a lot of overlap. So does that make it harder to reach what you would call a community document or something that's really a consensus type of resource or easier? I think both are true. I think it made it easier because the community we have our constructive and creative disagreements at times, for sure. But being able to have such a large cohort of individuals, contributing helped really ensure that it truly was a community perspective on the document. However, from the writing perspective that made it somewhat challenging to blend fifteen twenty different voices different tones into a cohesive narrative. And that's something that really stood out in. Our first round of reviews that I will talk about a little bit later on, but Dave, and the reviewers sensed that it had the read more of a dissertation, literature review and some regards without as much cohesion or as flow as it could have had when you have one or two or three people leading the efforts, you can get that more readily than you can. When you're trying to put twenty people's contributions together and do so in a coherent fashion. Dave, how important is that to get that kind of flow? I often feel that review papers are really exhausting, unless there's a really strong viewpoint. But in this case, we're talking about a strong viewpoint. That's quite quite a built quite a bit from discussion and community effort, which is different than than some of your papers that I've seen so hail. How important is in how, how did the reviewers go at that? Well, that that's interesting that you brought that up the idea that so much of the community was. Vested in one or both of these papers meant that finding five or six reviewers for each one of them while very well couldn't pick co-authors now could I and I had to go outside the extra optical, transition community a bit too, to find those reviewers that's not necessarily a bad thing because as Clark pointed out the readability of these papers becomes so much more important. You're not speaking to the specialists anymore, who know everything about extra tropical transition. You're speaking to people who are knowledgeable meteorologist, tropical, cyclone, people synoptic types, but they would read this collection of citations. They would go now is this interesting. Why telling me this it may be very clear to the authors. But in this case, it wasn't cleared to the reviewers. And so pulling out that. That storyline rather than just paper ecstasy, paper wide that paper, Z did this, that those make for the various tedious reads that you're probably thinking of, and that's really what I want to avoid when we publish review article I want people to go, you know, I read that and I found that, you know, well, written and inciteful and, and there was a good underline.
"dave schultz" Discussed on AMS on the Air
"Welcome to Amazon the air. I'm Jefferson felt I am. I mean sense, then because Smith we're ready to podcast about all things weather water and climate. Sandy really exemplified a lot of the operational communication challenges associated with these transitioning structures. And what we're doing for tropical cyclones has merit. For how we communicate extra tropical cyclone impacts, especially since some of them are similar such as winds storm surge. This week between interview Jeff did. But several authors of a two part article series in AMS as monthly weather review. One of which was just published in the April twenty nineteen edition. The articles talk about extra tropical cyclone transitions, both of which are review articles.
"dave schultz" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio
"Twenty sports radio ninety four. W I say couple of minutes. So we're gonna be talking to Dave Schultz, the the greatest fighter in hockey history. The flyers alumni going to have an event on March twenty second which will honor the great fighting because you know, what? Now, I think even the current hockey version that we got kind of looks badly on on what these guys used to do. I love it. And I wanna I wanna ask always want ask Dave Schultz. What if feels like to get punched right in the face, you want to know about the Pam I want to know what if feels like to get a punch right to the jaw has it ever happened to you know, and I wanna hear what it's like when you land one like that. Right. Do you feel bad for the guy as he crumbles to hit in the face like even by accident? I've only been hit I'd been hit in the face via. But that's when like I walked into a or. Face once by accident. Somebody was it was I was in the newsroom over on willow street flailing their arms about it was actually Craig carton and hit me in the face. And I dropped like a sack of potatoes. See hit you in the face, and you drop it was it was completely. He didn't see me. I came out of the newsroom, that's still a punishable offense incidental. His actually went to the refrigerator. And there was a frozen burrito in there. And he got that for my no limit literally knocked me out. And if I'm not mistaken sentencing this wisdom. Is that too soon? Oh, we will be hearing from the greatest fighter vault time. Dave Schultz very shortly Jonzon lie right now to help me with wide receivers. John. Why are these guys nuts? Morning guys. How you doing? Hi, john. Why these guys nuts? I mean, the whole thing was receiving thing. Like what I wanted to talk about was we have the showing Jackson, which is great. You know what? I mean. These other two guys are a lot better. Just let him go shows. How much of a nutcase they are exact while now. Yeah. Exactly. And let let me tell you when these guys get to a point. I said it's like when you have a kid, John, and you can't get the kid to do anything you want. So you send them to military school? It's like I run out of ways to handle this kid, let somebody else try, and I think it's happening more at the white receiver position any other position by far. My mom used to always say that to me. I said wrapping noisy parrot. I. And then they never say you snapped me in the face. Yeah. You know, what that's old school style of discipline? My God, my mom had seven kids. Let me tell you. Why? Hands Morten, Dave Schultz. John, john. Here's what I need to know about that like after four or five, right? That's enough. Now, use me number six. Title after couple. That's that's plenty. Four you stop referring to the last one is the name RIA had one. And she said, okay, we're good. I said to my mother many times were you thinking. John you want to get on this wheel today. Sure. All you gotta do to get on this wheel. Today's gimme something like college that is over pricing us too much money prescription drugs. Oh my God. Oh my God. You know, what's amazing about that? John you can get one. It's unbelievably cheap same drug a hundred times more. There's no consistency. The price. I know someone who, you know, had no insurance, and it was this medicine had to be on like some kind of blood pressure that three hundred dollars a month and then got on insurance zero. I the hospital who's getting the money. It's ridiculous. I called before about my two nephews come up with ten thousand dollars a piece for their all that stuff. Right. And it's ridiculous. That's worth the insurance. Now, John its it hits all of us. I I really really need a procedure right now insurance company won't pay for it. Can't get it done. I'm always going to the bathroom waking up in the middle of the night insurance company. So we're not paying what am I doing? This football news are pretty hard down there. No. It's not a bottom me. John. Wire when I John let's give John. Care rehab prize wheel. We have not heard from Dave Schultz. Stay where are you? This is what happens when Al sets up a guest number. You get a pen, John. I'm sorry. Can give us a pen here. That's the first one we hit morning. It's been going pretty well. It's an amazing thing. I just got a little little off the whenever rea- dozen set it up. It's like fifty fifty. And that includes when I set it up. Maybe fifty that you're noticing the trend then when RIA sets it up it's like ninety nine point two percent. Should we call Al no? I already tried. But you know, what I will do during this. I always have a plan B. And I have a rap song that has been prepared. But a man named Butch. Hi bartsch. How're you doing Angelo happy birthday to you? The Yankee stink to you didn't take we get Bryce Harper. Didn't Middleton full you. It's not a rap. I got the rap next. That's a happy birthday song as you're singing hand now. Well, that's a song. That's a birthday song. I'm coming down tomorrow to coordinate president for you. I can't make it today. But I have a rap. I what kind of president you. Did you get him? Yeah. I already have really nice car. I'd like to surprise. Yes. But you wanna tell me what I not, you know. No, you wait, you wait. I wanna I wanna be surprised all night. I'll be thinking about this. You know what I take the rap song? You're going to do here is probably sufficient resin, what are your hobbies on this? Hey, if I can get a good offense from John Johnson down your. I'm really doing good. I call this communications breakdown. Okay. This is the story of me and my wife arguing over is Bryce Harper worth money Goodwin. And it goes like this why she's downstairs y'all don't sing it. I talked to my wife, but why even bother because every time we talk we both start to our I told her prices worth every penny. We pay won the World Series in have a parade. She had a crazy look and wanting to power at the end of the day, I'm spending my dollars. So I stormed out the door and went to the game. Every time becomes the bat. I go insane. When I came in the door. She had nothing to say. 'cause she knows Bryce Harper. Hit a walk off home run today. I was good. One thing about it. That really amazed me budge the word parlor, you almost never hear you. In your house. Yes, I do. Or did you just use that because it rhymes with dollar? Well, that's probably poor got Dave Schultz. Gimme something we pay too much for. Cellphone service some phone service. No, we like cell phone service on the line with us. Ladies and gentlemen, is one of the the greatest Philadelphia hockey heroes ever in this town the man known as the hammer the great Dave shell tied. Dave. Hello. How are you? Guys this morning. They were doing awesome. And we're very excited about March twenty second Friday night arena twenty three hundred on Swanson street right in the city Friday night fights bring him back. The great old fights from your era. I you excited to see these tapes again, Dave. Well, only the ones where I did pretty well. Dave, that's all of them. Yeah. Well, they better. Not sure when either ones if I just dues well, but anyway, yeah, it's it'll be a wonderful event. Good. This is good to see terrier Riley again and say, hi, Dave is a thing. I get the sense now that the National Hockey League does not embrace these great this great history. You guys have of these amazing fights. But our city still thinks more about them than anything out. Why doesn't the NHL why they always run away from this? I think it's awesome. Well, I think the biggest concern is is in custody injuries. And I guess, you know, in in essence released the number of years ago they wanted to change the whole image of the game. And they've done that. But Dave I've talked to many times you're sharper than ever right now. Doesn't sound like you sustain any permanent damage. This is pre recorded by the. Hi, dave. I gotta ask you because as you met me. And I'm kind of a Wimpy, dude. Dave, what is it like to take a punch right to the face? What can you describe what that feels like? I I don't have any idea. It never happened today. Usually usually get hit on top of the head because you duck. Okay. No. So I don't I don't recall getting hit square in the face. But you hit somebody there. Right. You nailed somebody dead on right? Tell me feels like that was great. Who was it? I don't know a couple hundred of them. That is really these guys that are coming in. Right. First of all, you never fought the how if you did fight Bob Kelly who would've won that fight data. I I'm not gonna say, Dave. Me. Yeah. Dear friend. I know, but he's kinda I've seen him. Now. He's not in shape at all day you to kill them. Now. I carry around you fought him, right? Dave. Times. Yeah. Hold on. What was your record the? I'm gonna say seven and one not know, it was probably probably. I know I dunno five three and two draws. What about knuckles Nyland? I never fought him. He he came up, right, right? As I was re retiring getting out of the game. I was actually in Rochester. And he went he was we were gonna play each other. Okay. And he was you know, thinking, okay, not is gonna meet the hammer. And he got the Montreal called them up. Yeah. That's a so you wouldn't right day. You would have had them. You had no problem. No problem. Here's the thing. I want to know this is the thing about your era. I love the most Dave. The bench clearing role which was very common when you played. And then was legislated out of the game. Wasn't that fun? When everybody was on the ice at the same time, slugging it out. Yeah. There's nothing better than ten sets of gloves on the ice. Goalies would come from the Coles meet in the middle. Dave those were the days. Yeah. Sure was well, that's what I love about this event on March twenty second arena. Twenty three hundred you kick call Brad Marsh? He's actually giving his number. You can call them direct two one five four nine zero eighty four twenty four or just Google do a John did flyers Friday night fights. And it's coming up a week from Friday, and Dave UB their some somebody a great memories. And so will all these other tough guys, correct? Correct. Dave Dave be well, my friend. You will always be a hero to this city. Thank you very much. Dave the hammer Schultz, washing some I'm watching a compilation of his fights some of these brutal vicious, and to me that's real spoiled guys by the hair and just hold their head and plays John. It's so beautiful. What they used to do. It's beautiful phrasing. Here is you would be in the middle of a hockey game. And then a bro breakout? And I'm talking guys would end up in the stands. Stands. Players ended up in the stands. Mike Milbury ends up in the stands beating the fan with his own shoe now find this funny as this stuff is wonderful, and they will bring back that era, by the way in no way is this event endorsed by the National Hockey League. This is the flyers alumni, and it's for a great cause get out there and enjoy it. It's going to be a great.
"dave schultz" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Dave schultz. Danny's brother. Ro bear. Forgetting who else is involved in this loop cone, former Bill Lupu cone same era is Danny's Jon mcentee, Jon mcentee is a possibility. I've started using started thinking late last year. I I missed it. It was the first year that we were you had a role. I I would have to if I been there. Introducing roasters. I guess is basically what we did. So I'm already like thinking in my head like who who will? I get to introduce them like how how far do I wanna go? Like, what wheels are push wheels are already churning here. I am not well suited for that. Like, I had Eric would. And I was in. I was not he had just been forced out of the league. Like, I was just not going to get up there and mocking him for that. Neck. Yeah. You mean that you had? And I remember we talked about this last time so interesting that you have these this group of guys. Fred jackson. Ryan Fitzpatrick Eric would Aaron Williams there are other of their teammates there. But those were the guys on and Brian Scott those guys were onstage. Fred's brother Fred's brother was very funny. But the four I mentioned, I the the way that like the ends of their careers, the retirement topic, you know. Was. Connected. They are they were all connected to that. I mean Williams was kind of forced out of the league right for because of an injury. So is Eric that just happened unexpectedly like that it just happened. And then you had Fred who just refuse to quit, right? And you've got you know, he could point to those guys as as why right at fifty played for twelve team. And. I talked to him on the air that day instead or you going back to Tampa. And he's like, yeah. I think he's I think he said yes me he eventually did that of course. And so like he wasn't going away. And I don't know if that's going to happen again. Or what do you know? No. I don't what is is there. A job for him. Probably sure. In the league. Yeah. You had a good year. There's probably a job for him. So the way that that connected. Those guys that night. Eric just had the the retirement news and that press conference at the stadium. That was super short and weird like what was going on there, people waited forever. And I I use that. It's the one thing I said was this forty. We started Forty-five minutes late that night, the the roast started really late. Yeah. I don't know. Why? I don't remember why. But it did it was like forty five minutes. You'll remember this from Eric woods press conference which wanted to make Eric feel at home by making you all sit out in the audience for forty five minutes with no explanation. I just think that day, right? So that's coming up twenty eighth should be a fun night. I'm looking forward to being being there again. All right. We'll take a break and bring rob Reyan the sabers and hurricanes tonight ullmark back in goal for buffalo. It gets back to back starts here. And the sabres looking for a second straight win after the shootout victory over Minnesota from seven one six Mike Chopin, the bulldog here on WGN former buffalo Bill Lupu cone will be one of the.
"dave schultz" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio
"For him to sign it. Correct. You take you back. You know, he could put it. It has a cell stuff up there. Not because he won't get in the hall of fame, but he's in the selling the programs. He's selling the popcorn outside. It's Pete Rose. Popcorn. Get you Pete Rose, I met I met some of the flyers Jimmy Hart. And that Dave Schultz is really interesting Schultz told me that when this was about ten years ago. I guess. He said to me says were you really ended up. Would you really wanna fight? I was a sniper score score. I didn't wanna do any of that. No. You know? What's funny? I taught Dave added to stand up comedy, and we don't shows together. And he's hysterical. Just a really genuinely nice guy. We yeah, we were talking. We were catcher rising star talking about it. And I said I said, you know, you must have been. About how he was bullied growing up. He wanted to speak on bullying, and I said how the hell you boy growing up. Then you must have been terror on the streets. He goes, absolutely not. He goes, you know, what when you in the ring when you when you're in the rink when you on the ice you get into fight. He goes, you know, you're going to get a couple of hits in the referee is gonna come and break it up. Right. It's not industry. Nobody. Freeze. Don't step in no part of that stuff. They learn how to learn to fight like that, you know, during the deer dealing with that. And also when he again, this guy was a goal spool realize how much a player he was he scores. He scores goals in the Bronx, Foley's, documentaries. Just don't feel feel bad. I I was just fiber. You know? Yeah. He he was that good. Was that good player offensively? But to make the team they want him to do that. Yeah. That's then that's really wanted to do. So the most penalized player in National Hockey history is Dave Schultz davick, Craig gotta be the creator of the head bucks. Had anybody in in a he did admit in his act where he was talking about how he had to go to the dentist have del walls teeth removed from his face. Another one where he goes out. And he says I remember going to my dad and he said dad, I can play for the Rangers for five thousand dollars as far as his son. I can never afford that. Right. That's pretty funny. What are you? What are you? What are the giants the quarterback sticking with you? I I don't know. You know, what I'm not sure..
"dave schultz" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio
"Mid nineties. Guy had a hockey too. But he had to travel all the way to York's. That's why you're not seeing it in order to play other black Hockey League's Blackhawks Georgia's just put black people and make you'll have people be replayed again radio straight Hockey League. I think this will be good. Yeah. I think it came. I think we. It came out of the cold countries like tweeden and Canada opens here. But it's here forget that. I'll give you an example. All right. If you go back and you look at like the negro leagues, so you look at like the black football as what eventually happened once grade once it integrated, then all athletes of all colors got to go to the pros and be great. And I think that you need. W I t one time it had to apologize that the flyers should be in the community since I didn't see them. You know, I kinda rest out. At the owner and fighter some Mr. Snider, whatever. And the name should be under community found out. They are in the community just not prevalent, and maybe they should do what the NFL does and has classes a lot of people don't understand. I think the blue locks, you know. Within the blue line or whatever. Go ahead. The women the NFL did death for the win, right? For awhile. You know, what I I like that? But I remember like Dave Schultz is a friend of mine, and I've talked to him about it. When I have you saw that HBO thing the broad street bullies that HBO dead. Right. Yes. And you go back to that era. Now, I was living in union city during that time in the seventies. But when you see the connection that that team made with this city, I'm telling you, I did comedy with Dave Schultz. And I was with them when the borgata, and he's like, the Beatles. I mean, they spot Dave Schultz in a crowd gathers in that night. We were in Tucson we were both we were at the borgata. And then we went to the marina the Trump marina at the time. And as soon as he gets spotted he gets surrounded, and it was a connection that like they were always in with the Fe drank with the fans, they hung with the fans they. And you don't see that today. Now, the athlete they go home. Well, your your nears for players. You didn't have the million millionaires decades ago. But let me tell you funny stories about my buddies come over sometimes knock on my door. Go play football. Sometimes they knock on my door because they will come up planes. Right. They play football for seven street hockey sticks. And they're playing street hockey. I didn't think it was strange. I mean, I was just a kid. I didn't think anything strange. We just did it. We all play a little communities. And that's and that's where it is. And that's why I'm so surprised that this country doesn't turn out more more hockey players, if you found the car, and you know, what I'll say I'll say white black, whatever if you found a charismatic kid who has a great personality got a good, look, you know, he's got he he's he's fresh friendly. Right. And and he can play on he's good hockey player. He he owns the world. There's not enough money to pay that kid because you put him on your team your going to draw people go Broadway. Joe Nemeth on the jets. How did how did the jets mega? They got Broadway. Joe it'd be a rockstar quarterback. You would add in hockey. And that's how you put people in the seats. Yeah. And and it's a slow transition because I was there for years and Glenn Beck now. And I've been going over this as soon as we got a Simmons. We were like, wow, we got this guy in the trade. This do should be him by now. But why is it here captain on the team? You know what I mean? It's a slow transition even within. Be the best player. And when you got a player like Simmons market that guy get him out there..
"dave schultz" Discussed on WGN Radio
"They put a joint lubricant into that spot and your knee feels better this works. It's outpatient. It's quick. It is painless. And I'll bet your insurance is gonna pay for all of it. Call this number. If oakbrook is nearer to you. It's the same number seven triple eight zero zero zero zero as in zero pain, if you follow politics, if you follow presidential politics, if you're just interested in where this country is going these days book should be on your shelf is presidential swing states. By only ten matter. The guy who wrote the book's been on this show before he's a constitutional law professor and a political observer named Dave Schultz joins us again on WGN. Hi, dave. Welcome to the show. Thank you for having me again, John first question. I mean, we had a lot to talk about today. But now the Jeff Sessions is out. I wanna start there. He's resigned at the president's request. Do you know exactly what happens next day does the president appoint a new attorney general, and then with that attorney general then maybe or just rod Rosenstein step up is he the attorney general now. Well, what it looks like right now is that loads and style would be probably acting attorney general at this point until such time as Donald Trump nominates and have somebody confirmed by the Senate important to remember here. The constitution says that the Senate has to eventually do the confirmation. So the president can you know, who knows who is going to have no idea at this point. We'll probably lots of speculation. But right now, I'm assuming that the resignation is effective immediately. Steam is the acting attorney general what's in the same movie might recall when when Obama was leaving office? There wasn't. I forget the name. Now, she was a carry over from the Obama administration. She was the acting attorney general for for Donald Trump first few weeks. I forget your name now. Yeah. Sure. Sure. Sure. Sure, the one that was met with Bill Clinton on the tarmac that one. The name will come. Different person after that. I couldn't believe game. Now, the President Trump fires. I'm just blanking on her name. But at this point, but anyhow the point is is that should be the acting attorney juggle at this point will then if the president appoints somebody, and they're confirmed than they can use that new authority to end the Mueller investigation to direct the Muller investigation. Right. I mean because that would be Rosensteins boss, and while sessions recused himself, I presume the new one the president's going to appoint won't. So that person would have oversight, right? Would have oversight. But you're eating a constitutional question regarding at this point whether or not that attorney general would have the ability to be able to in the investigation. I I suspect probably the answer is. Yes, but I can see some constitutional questions being raised regarding whether or not that would have, you know, president would be able to have an attorney general to do something like that. But more likely than not I would say, yes. Yeah. By the way, I said that sessions quit, but I'm reading online right now. Sessions was fired either way. He's no longer the attorney general jobs. You know, what it surprised me last night and the coverage Dave was how quickly they went from. If the house is run by Democrats. What does that mean to the president and immediately they started to talk not just about the investigation. They talked about committee oversight and they started talking about impeachment proceedings. What do you make a all of that? Well, there's no question that, of course, that congress has has oversight authority over the executive branch, the funding all these different agencies to know, how that money's being spent in making sure that things are performing this the whole concept of what checks and balances. But on the other hand, the idea of saying that we ought to be the Democrats are saying they ought to be moving towards teaching the president of the United States. Remember, the Republicans control the the the Senate, and you can impeach somebody. But the Senate has to do a conviction, and even if the Democrats were to say, well, we're gonna vote articles in teach MIT Senate over to the Senate. I doubt it's going to get a conviction. Moreover, remember back then but back when you were with Bill Clinton was president the Republicans tried to push through you teach. But if Bill Clinton. I think it was in ninety seven or ninety eight and it's failed. And there was a backlash against Republicans in the election. The Democrats were to push the issue I could see possibly twenty twenty being a backlash against it. So so this may be something they wanna be thinking seriously about regarding whether or not they wanna make their major goal. Get Donald Trump. That's interesting because Senator the house draws up the articles my thought was they wouldn't care. They just would like to throw a wrench Adam. You don't have to be convicted. They could still say he was impeached tonight thought Democrats would love to have that little happy dance if they could get it. But I guess they need to look beyond beyond that. Yeah. I think politically they need to think beyond that. Because again, going back to the Bill Clinton example here is that really do Republic aware leaders one party lose seats, when it gets, you know, you know, presidential election, you the president's reelection, you know, generally, they do fairly well, but at the same thing here is that the Democrats were noticed say in a year when the president is up for election, and they have to impeach him. How does this play out this Trump now walk to his base and say look at you told you told you they were just out to get us? The Democrats are just a bunch of structures. That may not play well politically with with the base and more importantly, I'm not sure how well that plays with the me. Electorate in the United States that maybe not everybody agrees with that direction. Your book was about the ten states. That matter the ten states that matter it's all about swing states these days. So does that play in a non presidential election year and based on that what do you make of the new landscape either governors races? Or what we saw in the Senate kind of like your take on just what happened last night Dave Schultz in a minute. We'll do the news. I it's two twenty nine. This is WGN victory.
"dave schultz" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"I certainly didn't see I'd met Bennett before, but I never envisioned working with him because he's socio with movies that were different than the kind that you had been making? Yeah, and I don't know if you've, you know him very well, but I'd in meeting him. I thought he scares Graham outta me. He's very intimidating guy too. I when you meet him, he's very intelligent and he's. He's an artist and I was intimidated. And I, I was even surprised when we first got together to have lunch and talk about the part. I, it felt a bit like a prank like, why? How, how a million years do you see me in this role? He did, and I think part of the impetus for the call was that. Sort of leaned into what my what my public persona is or was it that time and that it was essentially, here's this guy and he's he's quirky, but you never expect him to do what he ends up doing. And I think that was a part of the component was that it was unexpected. It was not like you think you have a handle on who this character is, and then they, they turn out to be something different or beyond what you thought. But yeah, it did come out of the blue. It wasn't. It wasn't anything that I was looking to do necessarily. That was the part that required or that you gave intense preparation. I've read about all the literary research, the visual research, the contacting people who knew and dealt with the real DuPont. Then you have all the prosthetics. What did you make of working in that way for. I guess the first time probably the first time playing real person. Yeah, think it was aside from brick. Who can be found at. Actually, I do. I go local sage and they always say that guys are brick. Like. That one over there. Yeah, it was different. I'd never done any sort of percent makeup before and that just getting used to what that process tales. There's a responsibility to play in a real person, and you know, you try not to comment on whoever you're playing. It's not. I didn't go in thinking, oh, this is a horrible person. View start with, gosh, sound so accurate. But I tried to start with the fact that here's a real guy who has had these real experiences and the more I learned about him and his childhood, and you extrapolate and you try to you do your best to cobble together a sense of who that person might have been, but that's really, it's really just a best guess. And was it your sense during the making of movie that things were going pretty well from your point of view? Or did you have to hear that from others to know that it had worked? I had no. We none of us had any clue. I remember the end of a long day Mark Ruffalo and I got an elevator together and we're quiet. And I turned him and said, this is either like gonna work or it's going to end all of our owners, and he said he was thinking exactly the same thing. You know, we're doing these characters that are unlike anything any of us have done and he's walking around like Dave Schultz, and and and I've got this other whole demeanor happening and and we were completely committed to it. But at the same time, I we know whether it was going to feel truthful and we just didn't know. So that being the case, can you explain how it felt to have this movie to be there for the movie's premiere Ken to see the reviews that came in and then especially on the morning of Oscar nominations..
"dave schultz" Discussed on WGN Radio
"There you go that was from a song called champion. Sasha Valya belly? I think that's how you say. Her name was the lead vocalist, but they through the veteran rap in the in the middle of it. There you go. Is there was there? A translation to what he was saying. Probably. Yeah. Gonna play a few things that are in foreign languages. Yes. So for our international listeners for our international listeners hockey's, a very international sports. That's right. We'll hear more to d did you watch last season's SNL with chance the rapper. I oh, yes. I did the sports guy. He had this because the regular hockey. Correspondent was I was thinking last week. Yeah. Did knew nothing about. Still one of my favorite one of my favorite sketches of last year. That was great. And then like, he's interviewing. Alex Moffat who's playing a who's playing hockey player, and he turns around to see his last name, and there's like consonants altogether. And he's like, I have no idea. What that last name has no idea. Guess very funny stuff. Okay. Where do you wanna go next? What don't we go to track nine? We'll go back in hockey history. A little bit in the seventies. One of the big teams were the Philadelphia Flyers the broad street bullies. They won the Stanley Cup championships back to back in seventy four seventy five that's big enough. And they were known for being actual bullies. And Dave Schultz was the leader of the bullies. I mean, he had records for the most penalty minutes that may still stand. But in one thousand nine hundred seventy five he put out a song a forty five called penalty box to highlight his his antics major league goon. Here.
"dave schultz" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Times and of course there's the mikey strong hockey game that goes on up at the prudential center once a year and everybody i remember like i said you know when we did that dave schultz who's the most penalized player in hockey history came out of retirement did stand up comedy just didn't take a dime none of us took a dime it was just you know what do we do to get money for mikey and then it was taken up by huge notch with this hockey game and you know the love that you have and that's mostly because of your of your personality you know the way you just don't let this gets you and we see the improvement and the different times that you've been in here now when you sent me that text about how you know you wanted to in turn it was it was like a home run this is the perfect job for you because your personality and your sports knowledge you know when you're not on the air we don't think of the chair we think you you know you just have this natural gift this personality how hard is it for you to cope with it now everyone has those days and nights where they're not feeling it and you know i never let this chair defined me i told my dad in the emergency room i said that you know go back to that i got hurt on them standing up and i'm skating and i lift to to this day the way i cope with it is to never accept it to use it as that passion as the fire and that draws me every day so at the end of the day i'm just a hockey player and emotion that determination and welter will forward to you know my goal which is to be a broadcaster and you know what you've got the knowledge you've got the personality and i definitely think this is the perfect job you think this is like the perfect.
"dave schultz" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"County board that were involved in this obsessed incestuous obnoxious process in which they were all taken care of what another yet only holloway was in there yet all those guys that were in there they were all good loyal democrats and the liberal establishment was silent even though other liberals liberal voters were appalled by this they were silent about it they couldn't condemn something that their own people did as a result walker and others condemned it scott walker got elected county executive the pension scandal doesn't occur there's no pathway for walker ever to win he comes in and he kinda cleans up milwaukee county which earned the respect of all sorts of voters and other parts of the state who are sizing up a guy who's actually bringing to place reforms in a lefty county lake milwaukee county and that's what created the opportunity for him to run for governor and win i mean he went from the state assembly to milwaukee county executive prior to walker nobody went anywhere after milwaukee county executive literally nobody nobody billowed ottawa county i think join might have been the first one then billow donna was the county executive dave schultz was in there ain't nobody ever went anywhere with that job it was the ultimate dead end walker turned it into governor he even ran for president but none of that starts were it not for the pension scandal and the fact that the democrats were too stupid to go after the democratic establishment was too stupid to go after democratic elected officials who created this monstrosity the same thing with regard to the streetcar it would be so stupid for other liberals in town to condemn barrett and say that this is unbelievably idiotic it's especially stupid that the black leaders don't do a given the fact that the streetcar knows nowhere near where any black people live we very very easy for them to condemn it and they would be popular among the majority of their constituents because democrats all over the city think that this is unbelievably stupid they just can't bring themselves to.
"dave schultz" Discussed on You're Welcome! With Chael Sonnen
"You've decided to dictate to us what you're going to play we the viewer the paying customer will dictate to you what you're going to play and i resent him for because i really did enjoy him and i steve grills gone down that same rabbit hole and i mean the script after i just caught him in another movie was a tennis movie uh based on a true story where he was a us open champion and he played the more current he was older replayed the current women's champion lost the game blah blah i could go on and i i watched and i was entertained because it was a true story if you if you put out a true story you're going to get some slack for me if i can learn something uh i i will make up that gap from the entertainment that i was seeking so i didn't joy the movie he was very good in his was just the wrong rule it wasn't a comedy in the least and at united appreciate it and then this one that i turned off last night that i can't even tell you the name of it was garbage a bright craft as a real talent to i don't think he picks bad roles but he did in this one i have to be a little devil's advocate here because where would you say steve carell win bad because you have praised his performance in foxcatcher and that was so anti type and uh but i i did come with a bias which is i knew those guys he he portrayed don john du pont now most people were living in a nobel foxcatcher it made and like be level theaters and that's why cut right around the corner here but it wasn't like say regal cinemas by example did not pick it up uh at any rate i knew john du pont was wrestling story i was coached by mark scholtz i was around dave schultz i.
"dave schultz" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Way back into the 20s but the start of the arms race began with ed snyder's 19th sixty seven expansion team nicknamed the broad street bullies the broad street police the philadelphia flyers were the ones that started this whole thing with intimidation and fighting prostrate bodies were created because of st louis blows they had taken advantage of the men and their own erred said sinking to happen aimar mr snyder the owner said you know we can't find all these superstars these great skaters right away the but we can certainly find guys who could beat other guys up because i do not want to see a flyers team intimidated ever again teams in those days had you know you know one or two tough guys that could do that can take care of the flyers had like a separate tweeted who into cities keno hot serious headlines hide the women and children here come the animals i mean a one point my mother bread you know that said dave schultz should be kicked out of the league the league hated him he i everybody hated i'm go and people who them more philadelphia and then add snyder they went out there with that mentality that they were just gonna be displayed of anyone who stepped on the ice with them and he did it and they won that advantage of humiliation who help at that time they could do that and get away with it did was big teams copy it that's what it dcb right into the 80s as well acumen in the wayne gretzky era and that highflying easier i mean the rangerislander game so take three and a half hours the battle of alberto take three and a half hours do i need to mention what montreal and quebec would vote was six teams probably half the players should have been in prison for what happened on the ice during some of those games so there is like that is that that guber violence to the 80s as well like anything.
"dave schultz" Discussed on WEEI
"Because you will ever this is what the nfl is all about and and and i understood it from day one and i said you know what i was or the curricula came out in idaho chief there's a few people that all you got to be kit that's it you don't want them a fever with three four games the picture with two or three of those game and he's going to be furniture and that's what happened i didn't like the number one but you've got to stop blaming goodell fidel is like a robot to do that and you get a fell show what they're made of last great and i gotta tell you guys i effect i met you once john editor pierre i took a lot of a lot of sports roof your your stuff and i go to a lot of a lot of nice a lot of shows and and i i could pictures i just took a picture with dave schultz why your stuff swear at the bucks your your book the only who i wouldn't take a picture with beef two of i despicable too and that's back in shannon sharpe you would have paved his personal way why those two guys that came out roused because of the call in the national guard in in box go into the yankees november up i'm going to get your doctor with it i vividly remember years i remember him as a human he wants to know hall of fame you would be if i remember the michael adam what upset me with barges when he got caught oil i have a would you call it a sexual disease i i i go out of their habit number digital before a little bit and her her up your speech knowing learning he and he just as much as we can to laugh arrogant call it means a crack how not good but other guys you gotta figure could take a picture with some somewhat who's who's famous you can hate this cannot roger goodell come on ralf you would not take a picture with the commissioner don't lie what does this mean i wanted an inaugural asset it because i understand how despicable the nfl where's it mixed barracuda thirty two dollars so he's going nowhere they're not get rid iraq you could go because the patriots don't wake him and you have to understand what it is so what when it when it came out oh.
"dave schultz" Discussed on The Basketball Analogy
"I don't know maybe it took him this law comes to this bold decision maybe this because david griffin was still the gms nother good question our know who's been on vacation with them news cage hashtag news cage knobs adds that i'm not reporting i do want us one thing kind of clear here because he is now active on social media which usually is and post in photos of his asian tour with nike it wasn't like yelling he dropped his bombshell them jump on a plane to be halfway across the world and let everybody else sift through it this happened two weeks ago and we're just getting wind of it now i guess just you know what it's worth we can't kill kyrghiz for a drop in the bombing and then then flying off to not deal with the repercussions coming in what will win new what tokyseoul law my goodness some harrison amend it spritz pretty good that they kept quiet dave schultz to you for using wind of it yeah talking about a brian's universal has rick his four topnotch topnotch vocabulary there i got to keep open with you guys so dave what do you think is going to happen here i mean if you're i know bryant i'm i'm asking you this question because brian doesn't make predictions but pay you see this playing out do you think career is going to be a cavs uniform come october seventeen i'll i'll put it this way the cavs based on what they've done thus far this offseason.