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AP Sports SummaryBrief at 11:28 p.m. EDT

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 3 months ago

AP Sports SummaryBrief at 11:28 p.m. EDT

"AP sports I'm geffen cool bob Brooklyn Nets star forward Kevin Durant has requested a trade on the eve of the start of NBA free agency The nets have been working with Durant to find a trade partner the 12 time all star has multiple teams on his preferred list Other NBA news two time reigning MVP Nikola Jokić agreed to a supermax extension to remain with the nuggets guaranteeing him at least 264 million over 5 seasons Wizards guard Bradley Beal also re signed on a 5 year deal worth 251 million Major League Baseball Alex Bregman's go ahead two run double in the third inning lifted the Astros over the American League leading Yankees two to one in the national league the Phillies routed the defending champion braves 14 to four In college football news the Big Ten has voted to add Southern California and UCLA as conference members beginning in 2024 deshaun Watson's disciplinary hearing concluded Thursday with the NFL adamant about an indefinite suspension and an NHL news to Detroit red wings of higher Derek lalande as their new head coach Geffen coolbaugh AP sports

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"detroit red wings" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:37 min | 9 months ago

"detroit red wings" Discussed on WTOP

"By your local Honda dealer Don't settle for less than a Honda A chicken with Frank All Alabama and the first half as expected crimson tie the top seed with a 17 three lead over the fourth seed Cincinnati bear cats Alabama up to scores as it gets it for the second half This is the cotton bowl one of the national semi finals The other national semifinal will be the orange bowl a little bit later on as Michigan will take on Georgia Capitals have had the Detroit red wings number They have not lost to Detroit in all about 6 years They picked up a point in 14 straight games puck drops tonight from Detroit caps in the red wings just after 7 30 Washington football took it on Philadelphia of course Sunday and 1 o'clock now tough news for the team placing running back Antonio Gibson and Lev guard Eric flowers on the reserve COVID-19 list Team also signing punter Ryan Winslow to replace tress way who was placed on that reserve COVID list yesterday Wizards big night last night taking care of the Cleveland Cavaliers Bradley Beal return had a big night 29 points ten assists to lead the wizards as they look for another home victory on New Year's Day And some sad news from the NBA Sam Jones who was a clutch scorer one ten titles with the Boston Celtics during their dynasty in the late 50s and 60s has passed away at the age of 88 Frank Khan ran sports Was the last day of trading for Wall Street for the year let's check in with chef Playboy That law 60 points the S&P 500 Index down just 13 Bunny news in ten minutes on stay with us for the end of the year forecast.

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"detroit red wings" Discussed on Daily Detroit

Daily Detroit

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"detroit red wings" Discussed on Daily Detroit

"Some goalies dell may have a world class season then just can't get done a playoff sometimes so that's always going to be a variable that you can't predict so try not to invest which money unless it's someone like andrei vasilevskiy where you know he's lights out. I think the biggest thing is trying to have as many graphics as you can in the in. This moment is man's been doing that. So you get as many chances to hit because the worth of a draft pick through all the analytics of it in the nhl as once you get past. There's a steep drop after first overall. There's no steep drop after third overall at that point basically is almost even to the end of the third round. So the more picked you can get in. That's into the first second third year looking at almost the same Probability of nhl our maybe not leap but nhl or that you may be put thirty fifty points in. That's really interesting. It is You expect parody to in the in coming up It's like oh they got a they got a first rounder. Great you know an extra one. Yeah but it may not really be that much. Earning in our second or third because one of the things and hockey's unique. Is you have kids slash young men because they're seventeen or eighteen typically they're urging drafted from a bevy of different leagues across different countries. So you're looking at. This guy is playing in russia in the cage l. already playing against men versus someone who's playing in the british columbia hockey leagues playing against fifteen sixteen. Seventeen year old. How do you figure out who. I should drive. Who's gonna project things like that. So it's a. It's a much more diverse pool than most other sports. It's a very indirect pipeline. Unlike like major league baseball you kind of go through the ranks that will help of having as many you know lottery tickets and sensory draft to try to amass as much capital and just not giving out terrible contracts or contracts that can bite you knowing that a guy after h thirty thirty one is typically a bad investment unless there's really elite and their plugging a hole. Yep so. I think that's how you can try to but trust yourself and obviously a we know that is our plan and wings. Sanford like losing their heads. You know an eisman did come back and tampa does have some benefits of in florida. There is no state income tax. Which actually is you know. That is a factor because they can offer you know. Maybe it's a million or two less than another Team and different city state or province We'll have to offer to be competitive and sometimes it is a consideration. That doesn't that doesn't hurt. If you've got a guy who should whose market value might be ten million if he's trying to get signed by toronto or new york but in florida eight point five is the same..

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"detroit red wings" Discussed on Daily Detroit

Daily Detroit

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"detroit red wings" Discussed on Daily Detroit

"Nineteenth twenty twenty one. i'm jair stays. Today's show has a little bit of detroit city of see a little bit of lions. But the big thing. We're doing a season preview. For the detroit red wings. Joining us is ak bennett to talk about it. You know what. Let's just get started joining me. In the north and studio of course fletcher sharp to my left. How are you sir. I'm here so that's always good. And across the table. From me ak bennett. How are you. Welcome to daily detroit. First time thanks for having me doing great. We'll get started here. I with detroit. City of c two one victory over nineteen thousand four san diego quite the match a little bit closer than i thought it was going to be fletcher. I don't know what it is about. Detroit city of see what they play against bad teams safer new amsterdam but they just kind of like all right. Well i guess we don't have to try as hard and that's kind of what happened They got up one nothing Their strongest point of their team is their defense and san diego. Nineteen four literally just came right after defense. Put in a nice cross between stephen. Carol and maddy lewis. Get a header into the net. Make it one to one. Tried to come back. Get a second gold. Make it two to one. Just i don't know like even the san diego Announcers were like their offense has been kind of stagnant the last few games. And that's kind of a worry thing. Seeing as it's later in the season you're going into the playoffs can only be firing on all cylinders. The nice thing about it is for detroit. Tizi least is a magic number is seven if they take seven or eight more points They win outright and their nets. It doesn't matter what what's going on next so if they win the next four to six games. They're good. So i guess you keep winning unit that you're not going goal so yeah i mean that lack of production does concern me because we are heading towards what i can only describe as the possibility of a frigid playoff. I mean look soccer playoffs in december. Like is this hockey. Like i personally think this is one of my favorite words banana pants. That's what i was complaining about. It in the season started people. I know people are like you just talking. Whatever i'm like. We're gonna be covering into november late november in michigan in chicago like this. What people really want because like okay. Because he's probably going to win like we're gonna have the finals in the playoffs in hamtramck and people are like will we'll see and unlike are we will see like i'm gonna. I'm telling you going to be in december because that last game isn't until the november twentieth. I don't know man. I i know that it's all seasons or whatever but this doesn't seem like the most fun experience. No i'm sure the players who are in the mid west will think like this kind of stinks. But whatever i'm sure the teams from california will be like this is terrible and i wish we'd not qualified for the playoffs because i do not wanna complain this weather. But i mean they're professionals They're paid to do it Some of them probably done in the past. So we'll see what's going to happen but it's definitely gonna be a home advantage for the midwestern teens. You're used to the weather for sure. I had a dream last night. That i took a header off the face in the middle of winter and it just hurt for like thirty minutes. It hurts when it's not winter. So okay detroit lions. We don't normally cover this because it's always the same old lions. It's always the same thing but they're still on the path to your own seventeen. Yeah normally wouldn't even wanna talk about it..

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Kane Scores 400th Goal As Chicago Blackhawks Beat Detroit Red Wings

Bob Sirott

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Kane Scores 400th Goal As Chicago Blackhawks Beat Detroit Red Wings

"Ahead of Detroit for one of the third period when Patrick Kane joining a rather exclusive group came becoming the 1/100 player in the NHL to score 400 goals, just the fourth in Blackhawks history to seven to blow out Of the Detroit Red Wings. Kane's 11th goal this year help the Hawks mounts back from a clunker of a game is the wings of the night before Kane a goal and two assists Alex to break it a goal and three assists. Ryan Carpenter scored twice the Hawks now 12 7 and four. They're off till Thursday when they host Tampa Bay Tonight. Blackhawks Live here on W. GM at seven. The Bulls were

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"detroit red wings" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"detroit red wings" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"And then you start looking. That was like so, Eric Austin. I keep forgetting intercoastal. Um then you look at you go, okay? What are we doing now from here, and they do have some building blocks. I really like their third line. I think that there's certain lines of tough is a tough let in line to play against and they've got some guys who could get up and down the ice on on that light. When I look over all of 13, though they're trying to build a huge because they have not had because they've been It's a good thing, high draft choices, right? So you're looking to go. Okay. What are you doing, and they've done a really good job. Building with the barrack a distinct and we've done an excellent job doing that. So you're bringing guys up from the minors to try to develop now, if you look at that, you think well. How does that work? Well, the Detroit Red Wings you did it for ever. They would only bring guys up there doing pluck him from the vine when they were right. Same of the Nashville Predators. The San Jose Sharks used to Have guys that were in the minors for short, like in Nashville in Detroit, with the two teams that had their guys developed the longest, like 125 names on average in the minors, the Sharks were smaller than that. Now they're numbers increasing because they're learning. Those guys are learning to play in the minors, learning to wait in the minors and learning to be a professional and then work their way up. But they they do have some building blocks. I really like. I, like Ryan did not know. I think that was a really good pickup. I like that. They brought Maddie need Nieto back because he's got some wheels. Dylan Gambrills pretty darn good hockey player. I've always liked Marcus Sorenson. He fell off last year, but I think he's got. He's got some hip to his game. Um and and talking about defensively. I like even though Ram's Democrat, he was a knee injury and he didn't have much of a camp. He's a little bit out of shape, and then they're trying to get him in the lineup. But Mary Oh, Ferrara has been a nice little addition to that. That defense. They do have some nice building blocks. I still think they made work. Defend our I still think they need another grading net. I still think that either from their play, either those goaltenders got to get Gotta get better, which definitely happens. Gold goaltenders of their hardest working guys trying to perfect their position, But I still think they needed eventually upgrade that position to be start being a contender again. Uh, you're gonna know this way better than the night, but it seems like speed. Is it such a premium in sports now? But they need to get faster. I mean, it's hard for me to judge speed on the ice, because hell looks like everybody's going fast. When I'm watching watching a hockey game, do they? They okay in that area, or do you think they need to get faster? I think the 3rd and 4th lines are okay in that area. I think that when you look at the top two lines that you came to get up and down the ice, so cool Bank and then Adeline Hurdle and Patrick model cancer. I think their country line for Fast enough. But it's interesting the time Todd McFarlane used to say, Think quick, Not fast, And I like that, because what quick does could get you into the into the scrum first. Quick, get you over top of the park first. Quick, get you off the boys into the front of the net to the important nice first quick puts Defense on their heels because your girls turning to try to find you. So if you look at the games, and when he played, it depends on which team you're playing. But if you think quick, not fast is that's when you look at teams that are really the Davis teams. Even if you're you don't have the puck. You're quick coming back into the neutral zone and creating congestion in the neutral zone where the opposition team doesn't have room to get there. Speeding going. So when you look at it aren't are they playing? Quick enough? You don't even have to be fast to be quick. I know that sounds Dumb and it probably is coming from a guy like me. But if let's just say they were on that we're lying there. Look, see. And you and I are on the line together, Okay? And when it comes to you on the boards, Okay comes to you because you're on the boards. I'm saying I'm coming up underneath and I've got I've got support energy. And then Raj come across the icy city on the far side, but he comes across the ice to shorten up that pass you gotta make so you could make the 5 ft past and then you give it to him, And then I'm coming up underneath now because we're moving off the puck because we're thinking quick and making short passes. We talked about the Detroit Red Wings. For years. They were masters of the 10 FT game, the 10 ft path, So we're moving. Now we're looking at for watching the playing reading the plane. We're starting to move before the apocalypse during support Park were starting to come across the ice and quicken the pace of the game. That means we can still play quick and be successful, even though we may not be the fastest team in the league. I got it. I got it makes sense to me real quick. Before you go. I gotta ask you because I watched a little. I've been catching bits and pieces of some games here and there and I gotta admit in game again Team you're very familiar with in this again. I'm asking this because I don't know all the great 12 punches in the league. Is there better 12 punch to make David and dry cycle? It's hard, Tohno. You know, I am being biased because I watched him for so many years. But Don't you want to talk about a guy who you know Fast is ridiculously naive..

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"detroit red wings" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"detroit red wings" Discussed on WJR 760

"Now here, Sean Bally Gin and Detroit Red Wings legend Darren McCarty. I must send a couple shots there. My boy took Flambeau and the Parkers open Colorado, Timmy's in Florida. My golf buddy, and I just heard from earlier hope, everything everybody safe and sound throughout the country. I know we all have loved ones. We're all going through this together, so just know here we care. So if you have some restaurants give us a call 800. What is it? 590 w chair? Why can't I remember that Shawn and be Parker? Is that the Parker? By the way that I Okay, That's what I thought when you said the parkers in parts. Yeah, sure. Yes. Tough, tough man and beings. Top top man. Old school. I love it. Uh, nickname is operable. You know what in the name fits? Somebody just sticks with you for life. So I don't get you Don't something just doesn't give you the sheriff. You earn the sheriff, but also to Sean. Speaking of that got my mind. Have you had one of the newer local restaurants? The Detroit wing company? The W C. So they have protein, bro. And it's as good as Montreal. LAUSD trying every other place I've had. And I can say that because I'm Canadian, But I'm saying if you are a poutine lover and the you know, poutine is the chili cheese fry a candidate except we're more Like Shaun, and we're boozy. So we use like, especially cheese and gravy. And you know it like the original is like veal gravy and stuff like that, But, um, no. So try it out. Detroit win company. They're all over. I know there's one of these points and stuff like that. So have you tried their food? You know what I have not been. There isn't one close to me. So when things kind of open up, that's another one of those places. I'm gonna make a drive to You know what, Sean to, you know, thinking about different things. Shut down. Mike and Lansing has joined us here on Friday night on the damn occurred a short time 7 16. He brings up a good point that I that I didn't think about. But, Mike, how you doing tonight, but pretty.

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"detroit red wings" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

06:32 min | 2 years ago

"detroit red wings" Discussed on WJR 760

"Gin and Detroit Red Wings legend Darren McCarty. Well, what is nepotism you're asking, and it's pretty much in the family. You keep it in the family and in the hockey world saw that, Sean, you said his little brother. It's also been known as Old Boys Network to as faras nepotism, meaning that you see a lot of guys. It's not what you know It's who you know and Means track record. Why do I bring this up is because Chris Draper, the center of the grind line, my best friend, Okay, He's not just my I have more than one. But he's one of the orgies of it. Who's the director of amateur scouting? You had one thing that I I think that is jealous for every father that is playing me in a child that not only You know, gets to see their sons player get drafted. Just imagine Adam foot he's got you know, Nolan and Callie's Got two sons are, you know and H already and stuff like this, But Chris Draper got to announce without Detroit Redwings 187th pick his son, Keenan Draper, who I've known since he's been You know, Born obviously but watch his kid and the big thing. You guys understand so that the if not only japes, putting himself in the position of director of amateur scouting because he's earned it to be able to Select his son who, for whatever reason, And you know what This is Where? The like the pedigree and Sean you call it legacy right where I have absolutely when you break it down. You mentioned in the last last segment that we're talking about how Stevie did a great job of massing picks. That's what winners do. That's what you know The systems were championships have done is they've corralled players to be able to turn them into other players are Just tow have some you know, ammunition and stuff like this. And why would you not? You know Take if your son is has the potential in the future, And the thing is Is that you gotta understand he's He's always been better than Chris because he came out of the room shooting right handed. Okay, So so he's so that means he's worked for the left side of his brain. So that means you got it from his mother. Right, But he's also 6 ft. One. He's bigger than Chris Wass. And you don't understand Is that the the You've got to know the family and and it starts at Chris's that Mike who Mike used to always tell drapes and eyes that because before a playoff game, speeding science boy speeding sites I guess I was neither because, you know, like that was all a dream, but it was speeding sides Don't overthink it And, you know, just react quick stuff like that. But I am excited for they're not on the king and I was excited for James to be ableto call his name. And you know what, Frankly, anybody who's got a problem with it. You can go in four cubs have become the director of scouting and don't draw out some of these kids, your doggies. But you mentioned it all the time, Sean because we talk about this all the time, and and I love it because you say Legacy pics like you were talking few shows ago about how you know I think we're talking about Somebody's son. But you ask a former player because you're not going to ask the dad, you know, because the dad won't shoot you stray and you get the straight answer from from somebody that you trust. Right. You know, I'll tell you I did have like this just brings out this story for because you off is that I was I was doing a facetime call during the cove. It With the wings and drapes and drapes. Lazarenko in the backyard and over his shoulder. I was like, Come on, bro. Give the kid a break because Keane was out there shooting pox doing doing drills over there. You know, I could see it to the camera and think I was like Come on, man. Give him a break. But that's you know, you know that about how much kid loves hockey, especially if he's your kid. And this kid loves it as much as we all did. So you mention because you've seen a lot of legacy pieces Sean on DH, so you should be able to talk about this being selected later on. You know why? Why? You're really you know, you're okay with the two. Obviously, I don't have a problem with it at all. And the reason is, Mac and and you know, I use this analogy. If he was Keenan Ba Legion, you know, would there be a cz much interest in him? Maybe not. I mean, I I don't know. I have no idea. So let's stick with what we know He's keen and Draper and he's a kid that lit it up when he was playing triple A. I didn't get to see him during his spell with the U. S. H L I never had a chance to see him, but I think everybody in these areas that follows you know what's going on in high school or junior or or in this case, Triple A knows that he's an offensively gifted player. And, Yeah, he's Chris Streeper son. So well, of course, I mean, there's there's DNA there, so it goes back to what his grandfather said, write their science involved. There is I mean, it's in his DNA is his dad was a successful player in the National Hockey League for many, many years. So of course you're going to give a guy like that. A look now to me, Mac All jokes aside. It would be, you know, questionable and it would raise more than just eyebrows if they went and took him in the third round or the fourth round or something like this. This is 1/7 round pick. You're taking a flier on a guy that you think might have some upside that you know, we're not talking next year. We're not even talking to years from now. But 34 years down the line. Let's see how he develops. Let's see if we give him that contract. Two years from now, after he lights it up. You know where he is intending to play at Miami University in Ohio, you know, and he's going to have an opportunity to show himself in the N C two way so to me, I don't have a problem with it. I mean, I just don't I mean, there's There's a reason that that you know the name Draper carry some cloud and it be one thing If this kid hadn't produced a different places, But all I would tell people is, you know, go look up his numbers. Go look at what he did when he was playing 15 u 16 you It's Satur and what he did even last year at ST Andrew's College in We'll see next year. You know whether it be the B C h l Whether it be the NC Tu Wei. We'll see where it takes him. But you're talking about 1/7 round pick, and I just I just don't have a problem with it at all. Well, it's sort of like what you said before is and this is more of the old school tactic..

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"detroit red wings" Discussed on Section 138

Section 138

05:46 min | 2 years ago

"detroit red wings" Discussed on Section 138

"I think you Embrace and you mentioned taijuan Walker. I think he is a must an absolute must because the rotation obviously hundred years going to be their their number one starter mate Pearson's likely going to start well pretty much as a guarantee barring any injuries, but aside from that you have a lot of guys that are competing for spots. So, you know, I would prefer to not have the majority of the rotation in question. We're going into next season and I think our lockers good he had thought of one an area of one when he was with the Blue Jays which he was, you know, he he definitely proved that he can be back next season and I think this will definitely it'll be interesting to see how they handle it. But also I want to see guys like Anthony Pascal come back. He's a free agent. He struggled in his last few outings, but I think the back end of the bullpen off, you know could use them. Obviously the lease has a club option definitely needs to be exercised. That's also I think must especially with Ken Giles essentially out for next season and obviously is a free agent. I mean they would have had to deal with that anyways, if he was going to be playing but overall, like I said, think this is going to be more of a we'll see what we have and type of offseason and you know the guys that they can in sign that they've they've got to start see on their roster last year will probably be kept around if they're going to buy I think it'll be minimum. It'll be we'll have to wait till next next summer in the trade deadline see what they want to do, you know if there if it's kind of like the 2015 Blue Jays where they had the pieces to make a playoff run or make a you know, they add kind of reinforcements. I'm not saying they're going to go out and get like a David Price type guy, but maybe that's when they start to say. Okay, we need to get guys to help us now because you know, we're ahead of schedule. But you know at the same time we gotta win with this roster we can prove that win but overall. I think it's just going to be you know, very quiet offseason. I think it'll be quiet offseason in baseball. You know, I don't think we're going to see a ton of trade. I mean the free agents are most likely going to get you know that are dead. That people want are going to probably be signed but I don't think we're going to see a ton of big moves just because of how weird this season was and you know, the uncertainty of well, maybe a good team here won't be good next year. So it might not make sense for a team to you know, go out and really reinforce that team because I mean anything like we said anything happened sixty Games season, but it'll just be in Georgia see what they do and I think overall it's just going to be pretty quiet, you know, see what we got and next year if we still you know, we still have a good roster then will then will you know will run with that. Yeah, I agree with you I think wage like you mentioned just to state in baseball right now the fact that so many teams lost out on so much revenue is certainly going to play a big role in whether teams actually give out and get home big names. I think in considering when the Blue Jays are going to buy when they're going to get that as Ross Atkins called the super high impact player. I think it depends on what they're Competitive window is and we know that you know, it's starting right now. But when is it going to end and I think for that question like Bo bichette Vladimir Guerrero Jr. Cavan Biggio, they're all free agents after the 2026 season. So is that when the Blue Jays competitive schedule kind of ends or I mean you got guys like Nate Pearson his rookie status is still intact. You have guys like to learn and grow tents. He hasn't made his major league debut e Austin Martin still not in the majors. So kind of what is the the competitive schedule of this team? When does it end? I think if we say maybe conservative conservatively if it ends on a 2026 I think it's still too early to go out and try to acquire players because you're not the Blue Jays aren't a team that's going to sign a lot of guys to five year deals. They're not a team that is not going to be getting you guys for big contract. So I mean, sometimes they do obviously high in general you for years, but I think that's kind of a cap of what they want to do. Even if they're getting as Atkins called a super high impact place. So I don't think they're this offseason. They're really going out and getting the big names. That doesn't mean I don't think they're going to compete next year. I think they still want to build a good foundation for this team and as Jacob bencic I think that means we re-signing some of the free agents that they have and making a few more under-the-radar Acquisitions. So Raphael the lease certainly is a must to be picked up a club option. It's only a million and half so it's not much. It's not a big commitment for the Blue Jays taijuan Walker. I think he could command a little bit more. I think he's put twenty nine years old so he could he could command a bigger contract especially success this season, but I'd like to see the Blue Jays go out and get a maybe for the type of deal that they give gave Tanner Roark or something. You know, Chase Anderson is on kind of that 2-year 24 million dollars Walker May command more than that. Maybe he goes two years Thirty million dollars. That's of course came up their 15 million dollars a year, but I think that's what you need for guy like Walker who you know, as mentioned this season with the Blue Jays he had a 1.37 era. He was fantastic in Toronto. And I think that's type of player that they've Read in the rotation. So definitely Delise definitely Walker Shoemaker as well. I think he's not going to sign a big deal, especially with his continued struggles with injuries. So maybe you just signed him to a home. I don't know three million dollar deal five million dollar deal only one year and you just hope that he can stay healthy for one year and his career that you hope can get something good out of him..

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"detroit red wings" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"detroit red wings" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"Game. He would've just accepted that. Maybe, some of you watching our thoughts. I will never forget that number now because like twenty is like you know as far as Detroit lions that's like sacrilege feels. Him Drew Miller Twenty Jersey, and he's GonNa wear for encores. Yeah. He does usually throws Wings Jersey out I'm GonNa Wear Mine Nice. You. said he was using your closet trying like. Yeah, we had a couple of weeks ago there over drinking out of my mini. Stanley. Cup. Probably. Cup. Ring. On Own. So. K. I. G., right? Yeah. People want to get all you about insurance. If they're like hell I need some insurance why not talk to this guy? Check this out get K. I. G. DOT, com. E. G. DOT COM. And Yeah. Email and office number and all that. So it's cool. Yeah. We'll put it down. Thanks for coming in. A blast as far as cool. I. Love having Mondello hanging out. I'd make a in the middle. While I was gone, you guys handle well. The show gone while I was getting making a quick drink. To formations leaving. Yeah. All right. Well. Jamie, they have to be handled by himself in the show. Jamie Delay Delay Delay. Another real quick? Jay He was glad to get through that but we're going to wrap it up because You know more podcasts. It's you keep your all day but you know L. as awesome. Thank. You had a blast speed that we want to bring you back. Anytime, you want to bring us out to your. Where we lived we`re Cross. The. Cross reference or whatever the what's the word the cross pollination. Yeah. So we have the very people. Networking that were. Fair we're not working so you WanNa say you WANNA. Come back. We want him. We want to bring you back anytime. We have we bring people on intermission and we do cool segments. Brings. About it's not. About the new arena, it's like it's a real respect for a lot of the old and there's a lot of the old sign and liars. Stuff I I. Just I love going through even more. So than the Joe I, think the new, the new arena I think really pays tribute to the things that have come before her sure. Yeah. I may be the only one in Detroit that I have I have a story. This has nothing new thousand, thirty five but the story of how Mike Illitch Pot Detroit redwings. May Have. It's never been written about it's very few been talked about it is A. Fascinating and I heard it from the from the inside source of how it actually happened Oh. There a teaser. To come back in here the. Story Fair play. All right drew after the stories over. All right. Cool. That'll do it for us. we'll be back next week with more Detroit city champions..

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"detroit red wings" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

05:30 min | 2 years ago

"detroit red wings" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"You take a picture. I do. Yeah. Refunding. and. Actually Scott. I took the picture actually and then she said actually. Thank you Mr Awesomeness Oh. No, it's. It's definitely. I. Get some redwing fans and some people have done some insurance with them and I think is just Everything those have to be always business and it's it's fun to talk some Red Wings and hockey or whatever with with different people ensure and I like that because it's hey, let's let's make sure you're taking care of, but we also have some fun stuff to talk about and interact and have it doesn't always have to be that like, okay. Here's your insurance. Okay. Talk to you ex year it's a there's there's a relationship that can be there and we have a common ground that we can. We can chat about play offs or people one. Like. So many different places that gets. You know trust is about the it's about trust me you know making A. Connection with the business that you can trust and make it happen. So it sounds like there I mean, that's it. No it's I appreciate having on its I'm the I'm so pumped the here about nineteen thirty five it's something that's yeah we're. Tired of the year was so great. The year was so great that we have an entire show built. On is what is the Jamie? What episode episode fifty at fifteen? Yeah. This we have. We have fifteen episodes. We're barely scratched the surface yet. Do you know? What I'm saying like we have an attorney show about it because the season so. Yeah Yeah. Yeah, we'll do you WANNA come hang because we're gonNA, save the winning games for the end. Yeah. We're sweet like that's why the the dilemma last week was because because we want to save all championship games for like one episode. Rattled through them all like you know, we're going to build them all up. Happened within seven what all happened within a seven month stretch of time so We're we talk about the Tigers at the Tigers season like six episodes ago so we don't want to lose track of the fact that they all happen such a short amount of time. So I wanNA, blitz them all at once. That's that's what I wrote the movie for the air screenplay Netflix's ready to go. Play written its final episode is. And that's one of the reasons why we're doing the show, but it's listen to this. Maybe you know where we want to build a movie projects around this and I. I, send us out the Hollywood I. I know people in Hollywood, I do not like some. People like I'm not some kind of you know like some mogul or something, but I do I have some context and Hollywood I, send it out to. But the thing about is I'm hoping to do something organically in Detroit. I'm trying to make like because I like the fear that I have for the movie is if I send this out the Hollywood number one, they'll be like, hey, we'll give you a million dollars for your screenplay or something like this like a couple. Hundred thousand whatever it is, and I'd be tempted to take it and I'd I'd sell it to whatever or even if I did sort of you know sign some kind of deal that they would take it in they call Hollywood izing it. You know this story has got so much substance to it. You don't need to make anything up. It's literally like this entire thing is like it's almost like the book all I did was literally use the books and write it into a screenplay. Some saying like I'm trying to I'm trying to keep the integrity of the story and That's I'm hoping that like this show. Jamie. You know one of my objectives for this entire show is is hopefully to you know that people are listening that. are in a position that want to help put something together for you know the. The net flicks don't we got A. Business together. Yeah. Yeah. We exceptionally I know where he actually already already I'll say. His contract so We can we'll make a deal right now. Signed the contract now for insurance for the. Go. All right. So what? Reports out of here podcast Detroit. Northville shameless plug. Got Plug. We're all plugging. Jamie. Other. No. Another one of the podcast records Outta here is behind the bar with sims vodka, and then Terry Olsen and Bruce Carroll. They both play Juniors Dino those cats at all. I, do. Yeah. I think. So. Yeah. Yeah. He's still they still skate. Thirty six and you're like that Steve Martin thing going. Yeah. Great Zilly. About plugging their product on the show all sample it. Be dropped off to waddles everything stocked gray look. then. Terry was in the chat room and he said as as as he thinks. Tori something with a K. crew crew. Who should he sign with? Will love him come Detroit. Yeah, it's going to be hard for them to get them away from Boston, but he's a Sparty Yeah Oh. Okay. Spurred played after me He's a really good player. He's one of those sports. Ball. There's a lot of rooms our end up. I heard couple of places but be great I mean he's from Detroit. Michigan. State, it'd be awesome here decided to. Do is just talk. Host man there's like just. A couple of minutes magic can have. Talked about Bali freezing up and sometimes when I see stevie around the rink, I talked to him like yeah. I grew up..

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"detroit red wings" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

06:35 min | 2 years ago

"detroit red wings" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"Fans and and Kinda of come down to that person the person level not just hey, you're on the ice can't have any interaction with you and anything fast. So it's a little bit more broken down and they can appreciate, Hey, I enjoy watching you can least talk to you and you are real. So I enjoyed that part of I enjoyed the relationship with the fans talking to them they have their favorite moments, river teams and just to hear their interaction with the team and their history. And, it goes back I. Mean it's family members, grandparents, great grandparents I mean it's passed down through generations for the love for the Red Wings I'm sure totally. Way For That's how I that's how I became a fan. Fairs where you're like my my aunt, my aunt judy if she's listening, she bought me a Detroit Tiger Baseball card sets of just the Tigers. Bought me a set of the Blue Jays and she said hate, these guys. You're a fan of the Tigers. You're fan of the Tigers. I was I was basically indoctrinated. So it is passed on. There's no doubt. The question I have is what I wanNA know like do you have any like like INCR- like an like just memories in generally something you like we're you know either it's like a great memory with a fan or maybe like horrible memory of the family fans like. Throw something at you or something a game or anything like anything that you just. I don't think I have anything that really sticks out like crazy. I think it's just like. Like something like this. I demand to get a picture with you if you don't that. Sometimes. When you're with the fans as they say. They freeze up or whatever, and they get really nervous and they're like. And I'm like all I'm not zetter burgers. I I. Know. I think they're just they're so passionate about their team and the opportunity to meet the players and be around them in different settings. I think that that's just the most fun and just hearing the their side of the story nine interaction just with me just in general about the red wings or when I was with other teams is hearing their interaction and their love for the game. Think that's something that I've really always taken from the fans just their appreciation and love for the game and I think that that's Something that we have in common is not only just as a fan but a player is it's there for both sides and they care so much and they're so passionate about US winning and I think on the players side is we're so passionate about playing and winning and we WANNA do a for fans. So I think we you bring the energy in the middle and I, think that's why Detroit sports fans are so good is that as as the season goes on and then it's the playoffs come they ramp up. Same time we're ramping up. So I mean that energy levels is going up and then that playoff hockey is so intense and so fun and I think just You know I think they got a little spoilt here by so many championships than so many playoff. Something years in a row layoffs in a roth. Twenty Four. Twenty five yeah, you got to. Do something tired of going to the playoffs actually people like I'm tired of going to the play all like no they. Because they wanted to take on the team. So like build up and have a super team, I'm tired of just going to play offs I had done like that's how it is like I'm tired of going to the playoffs stripped down and rebuild a super team. That's really that's the that's what happened to me. That's that was the you know the prevailing fan sentiment that was like it's great to go the playoffs, but we want to win a Stanley caught like. That's like that's become like the standard when it's kind of like the. Good Standard the head, raise the bar absolutely and no I I think it's it's. Right now it's a, it's a tough time and I'm back in the in the building for about half the home games do in house. TV. And doing the Game Day show on the concourse, which is a lot of fun. He's breakdown. Intro to who were playing that we do a breakdown of the first period second period. So the fans are right there. So I'll do pictures and autographs after each segment. So I try to interact and talk to the fans there and and just be a part of that energy from a different perspective. Now is not as a player but being up in actual sitting in the crowd or just being in the building whether it's up in the. Press box Syria or I'll find a random seat in the in the lower bowl and just sit and watch and just the feel the energy I love that. So it's I don't have to be in hockey every single day. I insert myself back yet and certain times just to be a part of that energy I. Love It. I. Mean He's a fan energy. You skating at all or are you a little bit? Yeah. All you cannot man. Whole life he's not gonNA. Ravage towards the end I mean the cut and then the jaw, and then it's a shoulder. You're saying. Yeah. So I'd say you got character yeah. Almost. Sixty seventy stitches or something like that wasn't It started here went up and then when it crossed my eyeball up in my. Eyelid, so I got. Somehow I blinked at the right time I retract it but. Yes. I got lucky. Very very lucky it's on youtube wants. Highlights her Jamie. Jamie these shows already. Putting up on screen. In hanging in yeah, we don't. Let them. Escape, and Megan. Not, so well and if I. May Be blocked a few shots but that's Not. Nothing glorious but it's Yeah. I had a great time playing Detroit but that's got. Growing up like actually I met there is a I do a lot of work and he's like you know like the art shows aren't meeting and stuff and there was on, there's a guy that I met He was a bad boy we've talked about. Yeah like. But this was a batboy for the Nineties Tigers one thousand nine hundred tigers. Fan Oh. Yeah. Yeah. So I grew up in the ninety s like the Tigers Baseball, for me I I love all sports I really do but baseball is it for me in the nineties like just you know God the Tigers Worst Human Baseball but I love. Mickey Tettleton and I'm giving shout Travis framing anybody that's never heard a travis and look him because he's my favorite players he was my alkaline growing up but. But anyways, this guy I meet them talking to this guy and he's related to China. The pitchers, the Tigers, and he this guy he was the bat boy for the Tigers in the nineties at least for a certain amount of time you'd like bits and batboy stuff he we did some behind..

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"detroit red wings" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

06:20 min | 2 years ago

"detroit red wings" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"This transforms the motor city into Detroit. City champion. Detroit city of champions the podcast. I'm Jamie Flanagan. Charles. Davison that cat over there wrote a trilogy of books about the nine nine, hundred, thirty, five years in Detroit. Major major championships, everyone everybody winning every. It's got it all. WHO's thirty three championships in one seasoned. So we've been talking about the Tigers you're talking about the lions and last week really talk about potsy and how He really just made the lions what they were. Yeah. This was a Potsy is probably the forgotten. The one of the greatest one of the great most important luminaries in the history of Detroit sports and he is virtually unknown to this day. But we were talking about the big three, right. So the the Tigers, the lions, and then the other major sports team in the city at the time course of red, shirt Detroit, red wings and we have a very special guest with us today. Guys wonder what he's going to get on the show. Hey Bella. Yeah. So it's a very special guest with us today at eight eight seasons. So with the wings and other handful of seasons with a couple, other teams the League. Stanley Cup under his belt just just for fun hanging out with us today to enjoy this story as we move talk about the lions the Red Wings in the fans drew Miller welcome to Detroit city a champion. Yeah. No, I'm happy to be here it's Seems like an amazing story and I know first hand the Detroit fans are awesome. So it might have been forgotten but I'm sure they had a blast back in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, five, and those all they did. Yeah absolutely did on this kind of the point is because I I know nothing about nothing about nothing about sports you're learning though jam or where you're picking a few things up here and there man. So it's like I love I love history and I love stories and it just and Charles I met him at a street fair He was like Solomon's book and he he's. He's like he's like pitch and his story and I'm like this is amazing and I was thinking I'm like man he'd be a good radio talk host because this was. Ten years ago you know podcasts weren't really huge. and. Then we started doing a podcast. I'm like I know a cat I want to tell that story. I. WanNA learn I want to learn about this. And sure enough and we've been sitting down he's been telling me the stories and it's it's just been amazing. Where did we leave off last week Charles? So I'll catch drew drew up to speed a little bit on the story to get to get the thing role in I pay thirty three championships in one year. But the you know the sort of the genesis of the story. Actually. Even got into the Joe Louis Section yet but it begins June nine, hundred, thirty four with with the rise Joe Louis. But then most especially begins in one thousand, nine, hundred, four with the Detroit Tigers the Detroit Tigers prior to nineteen thirty four. Where were nobody's I mean you're Detroit's in the middle of the great, depression and the city the the the Tigers had the worst attendance nineteen, thirty three that they'd had since nineteen seven. So this is so the team is like in Russia like the the cities in rough shape. The team nobody wants to go watch the Tigers because there there nobody wants to be reminded on a day to day basis of there the sad sack situation city itself and saw. The owner of the Tigers name, his name is Frank Naven. He goes out and everybody was counseling him saying frank you need to sell the team because this guy is he's got heart conditions. He's on the team for thirty five years he's built his team and. It's. Killing them. distresses killing him. He got cleaned out by the stock market crash and everything is just You'll bad. Friends are telling them frank. You GotTa get out of this cell at the somebody move on, take the money retire don with it and rather than retire rather than sell the team Frank Naven comes out and and he puts everything he's got in the biggest gambles life. He goes out and Science Maki Cochran, a hall of fame Catcher. Even at that moment in his career goes out and signs Mickey Cochrane brings him the tiger place he's a catcher in the player man player manages. Catcher manager and so Mickey comes in and they ask Mickey and Spring Training Hey Mickey how you think your team's going to do he mind this a team that finished in fifth place five consecutive years there are horrible team there either too young or too. All Mickey comes in they say, Hey, Mickey GonNa do this year you know your Standard Sport, which I'm sure you've had like, how how, how would you do in this? Like all we tried our best you know the best we could. For. Reporters are waiting for a formulaic answer going while we're gonNA try really hard this year. No we're going to the world series in it. Yeah. It's so they're like they're like boy offense. Like No. This is reported by three different reporters and. Call this and so Mickey says this. And in one thousand, nine, hundred, four, they go to the world series. Okay and along the way nineteen, thirty, four, the the city goes insane for the Tigers as they do you know what I mean the city goes insane for the Tigers as this whole new renaissance in Detroit enthusiasm. And get all the way to the seventh game of world series and they lose. They lose absolutely. Heartbreaking Facet could've win because they have the story eight, thirty five. Primer Primer for the nineteen thirty five season. So. And then also in nineteen, thirty four, and this is kind of leading up to where we left off last week also in one, thousand, nine, hundred, four are actually backup Bloomberg. One thousand, thirty, three there is tremendously. NFL somewhat in its infancy the was founded in nineteen twenty and nineteen, twenty one and and So the game is you know it's been it's been around for a decade or a little bit longer and but it's nowhere near like it is today it's really it's a it's a secondary or even third sports college was way bigger college was way bigger infinitely bigger but but anyway, there was an incredible. Yes. Yeah. You got it. So anyway. So in one, thousand, nine so there's there's this great team in Portsmouth Ohio called the spartans Portsmouth. SPARTANS. It was built by a man named Posse Clark this. It was like this. It was Portsmouth as.

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"detroit red wings" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"detroit red wings" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Okay, the longest Bear with me? Yes. Now the link is opening standby. Here we go. Okay, Go ahead. Okay? I've got the longest playoff game in NHL history. I've got to get out of my Marty Lori voice on this one. March 24th 1936. This's this How old this is the Detroit Red Wings in the Montreal Maroon Studios routes, the FN Maroons Thegame finished 2 30 in the morning after six periods of overtime. And the final score was one. Nothing. Yeah, my God, no. 217 minutes and 14 seconds. Seconds is what it says It was crazy anyway, That was amazing stuff. I mean, how do you guys feel about the other sports Because Hockey and basketball. I will say it looks like that is the model all professional sports and even maybe college and maybe high school at some point should follow, which is the protective bubble. Where you get guys to commit. To, you know, adhering to the rules staying within the confines of the so called bubble because guys, not one positive case in the NHL, not not one. That's amazing. But high schools don't have the resource is to create a bubble. I mean, and and if you do, you shouldn't be using it on a bubble. Give it to a math class. You know, Tony to that point, I asked this question on the air. I think yesterday. I don't know the answer. But maybe you could give us some insight like because you I believe were awarded a scholarship for baseball, right? Yeah. Okay, So when you were going into your senior year, what would have that done to your future is a college athlete like if your senior year was suddenly Like taken away or it would have changed things drastically. And you know, I had a really good senior years. Oh, did it really helped me there's talk about that lefty that the Giants drafted from day LaSalle that picture They drafted him in the third round. Great, But supposedly the projections were that if he had a senior year, he would have been maybe a top five pick. I heard the same thing. Anybody you know was robbed of his senior year, So it's he went third round. Not as many people knew about him and were able to watch him play. So dio sorry, Shannon. One last question, Ari. Man, I'm just I'm really interested in this. Do you think that Kids who are going to get their senior year of athletics taken away regardless of the sport, baseball football, But whatever are their kids, potentially, that will not Be awarded scholarships that would have or do colleges just say, Well, let's look into what these kids did last year, or do you think they'll say, Screw it? Let's wait and look at what we get next year, which leaves all these kids. In their senior year kind of been a purgatory. That's a that's a tough pickle man. I would assume that they would say, Let's go back to see what he or she did. In his youth, his or her junior year or in summer ball or summer travel leagues, whatever and see what we can dig up because everybody's in the same boat, so there's no advantages, too, who's playing and who's not playing? Nobody's playing surveys in the same boat that way, but I would just hope That instead of not rewarding scholarships that they would take a chance on kids based on Previous years. Previous experience, Kayla, What did you have? Sorry I stepped on your buddy. What? Go ahead. Oh, no. I just thought the dateless out recruit was just another example of Farhaan waving his little magic wand and make it something happened. Yeah. I mean, it's pretty amazing, and I heard a point from great Greg Papa. Hey, was talking about why Kappler was chosen in the first place, and I had almost forgotten that capital was the Dodgers. Farm guy, like, use the farm development guy, and that makes all the sense in the world. Why Farhaan would want that guy at the helm to Tony, Do you think your baseball guts slashed baseball antenna D. And by the way, Paula Mac podcast of you just tuning in. We got Shana Taylor from the Stone..

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"detroit red wings" Discussed on The Work in Sports Podcast - Insider Advice for Sports Careers

The Work in Sports Podcast - Insider Advice for Sports Careers

06:16 min | 2 years ago

"detroit red wings" Discussed on The Work in Sports Podcast - Insider Advice for Sports Careers

"Create a ripple effects for a child that that may have otherwise felt like they didn't belong or or they didn't see the past. And an interaction with our franchise with the red wings. Health MC, their next step or their their next opportunity. I love that. I read because I am a Dork and I do a lot of research before these interviews I did read your hockey town cares community impact report, which was very well done. So whoever on team put that together Nice Job maybe it was you and so Kudos. It was great I read a lot of different metrics in there yet a lot of different statistics as well. that team is dedicated over forty two. Thousand hours in the community with over fifty thousand youth impacted in two thousand, eighteen in two, thousand, nineteen. Those are obviously moments of pride. You guys ever take the time to enjoy your successes and really look at that with some sense of all and appreciation or is it always onto the next thing because you always have something else on the calendar it is tough in sports e you're you're always on the go I, feel and. In truthfully, we don't take enough time to to step back and and and really look at. The how deep the impact is that we're making and you know we we look at a lot of numbers and and that's great but sometimes. It is nice to take a step back and I. Appreciate you pointing out the the impact report there it's it is something that we are all very proud of as as an organization. I I often say that my team is the best in the business and and I truthfully believe it and it's it's for things like bat where you can look at, you can see the quality of the work that they're doing and and it's not just my team but you know the folks on the creative side you are putting these these booklets together in the folks on the video side who are putting together all the videos recaps community relations is an interesting. Or a unique component with an organization because it tends to touch and use the services of of a lot of pieces within club and so You know it takes a lot of people to put together what comes out of. The the brains of of of our team. In order to to make it all work in the end and so were were very. We're very lucky to have an awesome team. But that helps take our ideas in in what we're thinking in bringing them into reality in I would say. On a personal level. I do try to take a step back here and there and. One thing that I often think about is. The responsibility that comes with a role like mine, and the fact that there are less than one hundred and fifty people or so if you count one person per sports franchise for the top four, Numb, the do what I do. And and lead an effort for for. Club to. To make a positive impact in their community and at some heavy stuff sometimes I mean you. Sometimes I. Take a step back I think to myself. There's a, there's a lot of pressure here because. There are so many factors people that are relying on you to to do a right and and to make sure that that what we end up doing in the communities is going to be positive not just for the the individuals that it impacts, but in many cases for for our partners and for our organization as a whole who are investing time and talent. To to make it happen. I was looking through the impact report with my kids last night actually 'cause they were very entertained by it. They loved visuals and all the different pictures and my thirteen year old daughter was like, oh my gosh look at that picture and it was the girl walking down the hallway with Luke Witkowski on like bringing red wing to school day and she was like Oh my gosh, that's so cool and so you see it through their eyes and you see. The impact that they even felt from thousands of miles away, not even being there for the event and you just see that and it makes you feel something and I think that's such. A powerful moment will finish off with this because you've given me. So much of your time already with that in mind. I'm sure you love all the different events I'm sure there's so many things that are impactful to you on a personal level a level as well but. Are there certain things that are your favorites cheer that you really look forward to in that made a special impact in your mind as well. That's a tough one. It's like asking you which which kid do you like better right I have an answer. Let's say that with the kids around. But? No you know. One of the things that I'm really proud of I hit on it earlier is this new platform in the city of Detroit help burn. Place Score. It is something that has has taken our organization to the next level when it comes to creating a platform and in executing upon it in a way that is is intentional and is mindful of the individuals that were reaching a and in his truly collaborative. Working with the city of Detroit the parks and rec the boys and Girls Club working with the Detroit Public School Community district. There are so many partners in this makes not to mention we're also engaging with with local university. So Wayne State..

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"detroit red wings" Discussed on The Work in Sports Podcast - Insider Advice for Sports Careers

The Work in Sports Podcast - Insider Advice for Sports Careers

06:35 min | 2 years ago

"detroit red wings" Discussed on The Work in Sports Podcast - Insider Advice for Sports Careers

"Right of passage like we had a huge tournaments and everybody everybody would know every player in the NHL because they played the games and now as a way for them to get the introduction to it like everybody wanted to be the Red Wings with federal is Erman and that team was incredible. So it's just funny to think of it like that's another way to get impact is through all the community events you're talking about almost introduction through an east sports almost kind of platform as well. With the bucks and Red Wings, you've been a team spokesperson you've managed obviously huge events. You've built partnerships in the community you've handled huge budgets we can go on and on and on. We all have parts of job that we love and we have parts of our jobs that are a little bit more of a struggle. What part of your job was it like harder for you to get into a comfort zone? What with may be pushed you out of your area? That made you had to focus on a little bit more to really master that art form. I would say that being a subject matter expert in the room has been something that. has taken a little while for me to to acclimate to. Eat were often. We know bits and pieces of our job right now, we know the part that we need to know in the role that I'm in. Now I have to know so much more about. What each individual person on my team is is doing. But also what? Other franchises are doing in the market what other businesses in Our doing. Our market but as well as on a national or international scale. and. Really be able to answer the questions that that come at me at sometimes a rapid pace in so. That that shift of. Knowing kind of knowing your lane right to. Knowing, having to know and be the subject matter expert ask for the organization that's relied upon to to give those those answers that that folks are looking for. That's been. It's been a interesting adjustment in something that. has taken a little bit of time for me to to feel comfortable with than and I would say that you'll probably hear that from a lot of folks who say once you get into a this role where you're you're now leading a team and you're you know you're you're you're being tasked with the ability to to. Guide the path within within your space It takes a little while to get used to. Yeah I agree going from being an individual contributor why certain things I had to do, and at the end of the day I had completed them or whatever, that may be being a manager who had set strategy do reviews and hire, and fire, and all those kind of things. That's a that's a big change So let's talk about that part about hiring staff. You obviously have mentioned your team many times you. Obviously have developed a group that you work. Well with how do you do that? How do you? What do you look for? How do you identify people? Because if you post a job I'm sure you're getting a lot of applicants how do you kind of frame your mind around what you're looking for and how somebody can stand out for the right reasons and catch your attention and become a part of your team? Well, we've hit on earlier on a big thing for me is a solid understanding of. This world and and industry bests. We're not going to be the best at everything and we can't think we're we can ever think we are we are right. We always have to challenge ourselves to be better and so a solid understanding of that world within which were working in and and and the industry as a whole is really helpful. Being engaging in conversation is another thing that I really look for in a in folks says were looking to fill positions and Very lucky in my time here with the wings that I haven't had to fill many positions which has been great. and. Engaging in a conversation. In being. Being, able to. Read a room and understand. This is how I need to. This is how I need to approach the way that we're. GonNa be talking to each other. That's very helpful And I would say as a as a last kind of. Quality is. Being down to Earth with a with a really good sense of humor. Were often time. In scenarios where it's it's tough and. In when you're thinking about What are we going to do next for the organization to make sure that we're in the community and you know how do we? Understand that sometimes things aren't going to go away. And we may be really passionate about something but for one reason or another were unable to get it accomplished because of. Reasons or understandings that are outside of our of our purview. So The ability to kind of be down to Earth and I am one hundred percent in the the lanes like a solid sense of humor. Will will get you far at least in my world. Because I've I oftentimes throw out a lot of jokes that don't land. I tend to get I tend to get a sneaker or snare from from a a teammate of or two of mine but. But just the ability to kind of break it up. And it goes back to the notion of worrying entertainment right? We're here to have fun. we're here to in particularly in community relations were here to. To make people smile to make a positive impact on the community end to to hopefully create a ripple effects for a child that that may have otherwise felt like they didn't belong or.

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"detroit red wings" Discussed on The Work in Sports Podcast - Insider Advice for Sports Careers

The Work in Sports Podcast - Insider Advice for Sports Careers

07:07 min | 2 years ago

"detroit red wings" Discussed on The Work in Sports Podcast - Insider Advice for Sports Careers

"The ability to be flexible in your work is really something that I see has helped not only myself but my team a thrive in in the work that we do We are in many ways a group within the organization that is constantly shifting. In trying to understand a where we where we fit best in order to to engage in elevate the business and so. One of the other areas that I would would offer as vice in this is really know the work inside out. In in not just your work but no the work of of other individuals in the industry in sports industry in particular. Who are doing the same thing you're doing? Because oftentimes, inspiration comes from understanding what others are doing You know we get stuck in a bubble sometimes and we think about what we've got in what we have to accomplish and. I challenged my team in a challenge others within organizations that think about. What other folks are doing in? How do we? Replicate the in in some cases you know community relations isn't competitive, right? Day, were all here to to make a positive impact on the community within which are franchise is located. But there are great ideas that come out of other sports in Minor League sports. and. And so bad ability to kind of your work inside and out I. Think Really Helps You in your day to day as well as giving these e ability to think about where you go next and what your next opportunity might be. In. I'll hit onto a few other things here that I think are. As you're as you're thinking about your skill sets in in community relations. I hit it a little bit but. One of the things that's been important as we've discussed earlier on in the past year was about community relations in its connection to the business. So. Starting to understand that community relations is not just about. You know. The simplistic elements that folks use to kind of put it in a box with. End In more understanding how does community relations elevate? The brand right how does it elevate the sport? And and how does it create an opportunity for the red wings for example, bad that maybe we weren't thinking about. Before but that that community connection could possibly allow the franchise to to. Connect in a different way to to bring about an a new. Opportunity for for. Being a part of the community, a special sort of way. In so that ability to understand how your work can elevate a business as a whole is super important. Hit to two last ones here I think that our our worst discussing. The last. Their second to last year is tactfully challenged the norm. LMU OFF WE oftentimes get stuck. In repetition. And it's because well, it worked and let's keep doing. and. What what I found coming from the buccaneers to the redwings is ended to no fault of Anyone A. The the the wings were in some cases stuck. In the work that they were doing from community relations perspective and and while the work was good. The repetition created kind of this, this culture and this understanding of well. It worth. So let's keep doing it right and in there. Wasn't there wasn't a growth pattern that was established understand where do you take it from here? Where do you? Where do you go right? How do you keep engaging in your community in a way that feels fresh and feels like you're a part of the of the fabric of the community within which you you sit. Right. So I oftentimes challenged might team in folks around me to to challenge the norm and the the word tactful I think is really important here. Right. There is a lot of ego in in any industry you're right there's a lot of. There's a lot of passion. There's a lot of Individual feeling of well, I created that. So so I I don't want to change it and I think the ability to be tactful in challenging the norm and understanding when. The norm may not adjust. Is is going to take you far. Because you're you're. If you do it in the in the appropriate way, you can be seen as a person who is. Thinking about the future. and. I would say on the flip side of that if you are too abrasive and you are too aggressive in what you're trying to challenge, and you're not really listening to the other side of the story. Unfortunately. You can also be seen in a negative way. That there's a delicate balance right Brian to. Understanding that that tactful way of challenging where you are now in order to get you to where you want to be in the future. And the last piece in I, think this of anything. Is Lead, most important for us in sports history member that you're in entertainment. Right. We are in entertainment organization and end athletes will may not necessarily want to hear that. But. At. The heart, the heart of it we are here to entertain. We're here to bring together people were here to provide experiences that are like no other and that should be. In. The work that you do in community relations so Thinking in that lane that school of thought of of how do we entertain right do we? How do we bring what we're doing?.

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"detroit red wings" Discussed on The Work in Sports Podcast - Insider Advice for Sports Careers

The Work in Sports Podcast - Insider Advice for Sports Careers

08:04 min | 2 years ago

"detroit red wings" Discussed on The Work in Sports Podcast - Insider Advice for Sports Careers

"Today's guests is a shining example of that mix, a combination of elite skill and unrivaled passion and enthusiasm for making a positive change in the World Kevin. Brown is the director of community relations for the Detroit red, wings and the director of the Detroit Red Wings. Foundation it is my pleasure to have him as our guest. Here we let's dive into the world of media relations with Kevin Brown. Hey. Kevin. How are you doing today? I'm Great Ryan. Thanks for having me on I. Really appreciate you coming on this exciting since you have such a great background in in community relations in the sports industry there's a lot of great topics we can talk about and really dig into So let's start with. An easy one in your view, why is community relations such an important part of the sports industry? Will Brian you know early on community relations really was. A part of an organization to a to give back into a really. KIND OF JUST BE A. An area where? I hate to say this, but almost check a box right that you are connected in some fashion with the community and we can move on from mess slow. We've seen in the last few years is that community relations has moved from being more than just a heartbeat them the organization it's now really a vital part of the business and so four sports teams in the industry community relations has become a really interwoven within the strategy of how the organization connecting not only to the community, but its fans into its sponsors and really helping to make that connection points. Come together in a in a really nice story for the franchise. I read somewhere. I saw a CEO quote saying essentially. Get get a little bit but essentially, that community relations represents the soul of an organization and that always struck me that's always stuck out in my mind as like yeah. It's like the heartbeat and a lot of ways, but it's also really become intertwined in the in the business itself as well, which is what it sounds like you're saying. It has it's it is interesting as Vin in the the this line of work for a while now. To see where it is come and the see that individuals like myself in the role I'm in a truly have a seat at the decision table when we're thinking about a what the organization is going to be a and where we're going to go in the future and again it's gone from that. That, Nice. Check it off the list we've done it to really being a key component of of the business as as owners and as as executive leadership are thinking about how to take their sport franchise to the next level and connect with future generations of fans and consumers. Yet it's a big part of the brand as a whole, which is really cool. The see happen. Let's talk about you a little bit earlier in your career you worked with the Tampa Bay buccaneers before joining the Detroit Red Wings, and like most sports sports focused people, you filled various roles you worked a game day supervisor training campus, team services assistant lots of different roles, kind of figured out your path little. But how did you eventually figure out that can community relations? Was Your Path was where you are meant to be. I'll be frank with you I I really didn't know a lot about sports. Growing up I played in t-ball and soccer is a as a young child but never really associated myself with with sport. And when I was in high school, I was looking for opportunities to enhance my college a resume and be able to get into a great school, and there was an opportunity at the Tampa Bay buccaneers to to join a leadership program at the time recalled, student advisory board. and. Really what I saw in. It was a way to do it I liked, which was volunteer my time and to get out in the community and to make a change and make an impact. In and do it with with kind of an interesting brand. In. So I really jumped into spoarer. In a way that isn't your traditional way of jumping into a I. I fell in love with a as I went along I. Guess you can say. So you know for me. I saw community relations really as my path when I started to understand the power of sport and what it can do when it's brand is associated with creating a positive impact or change in the community. We see Spore truly connects people in communities and so community relations is at the center of making that connection really mean something and. That's when I fell in love with it and and knew that this is what I wanted to do. And in. Every sort of way that I could to eventually. Break into it in as you said, held a variety of different roles. But in each of those roles, a that I had an end goal in that Angola was to. Eventually, land in community relations track. Okay. So you earned your degree in marketing. Now that you find yourself in community relations are they're valuable links between those two things to study of marketing and? Community relations and the way that it actually gets implemented and run. Absolutely. You know when we when we think about connecting what we learn in college with with what we're doing in real life. Community relations professionals are storytellers at heart, and for me having a degree in marketing has helped me. Hone that skill of being storyteller. Because we're we're not just doing great things for the community, but we need to also. Make sure that that were we're connecting the dots so that the community knows that that the the great work of the the franchise is is. Really happening. And you should be proud to be a fan of that of that franchise not just for what they do on the ice of, but also what they're doing to make a positive impact in their community. So of for me marketing has been a degree in A. Kalija pass that has really helped. In my day to day as I think about being a storyteller for the franchise with regard to our connection to the community. I love the worst starting to unpack the role a little bit because think most people understand what community relations is. We've all seen events ticket put on. We've all seen the efforts being put forward by an organization to represent certain causes or whatever it may be but for you, I, mean there's a lot to the job. I. Don't think people always fully appreciate the depth of. The role at how much work it takes to put on events or it takes to market or promote what you're doing or to be able to manage the budget etc. There's so many layers to it. How would you describe other than being a storyteller because you've already kind of hit on that? How would you describe the main skill sets necessary to thrive in community relations roles? I think first and foremost flexibility will take you far. In any role whether you're in sports or whether you're an accountant or whether you're. Working. A nine to five at a local grocery store..

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Avalanche win season-high 7th straight, 2-1 over Red Wings

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 2 years ago

Avalanche win season-high 7th straight, 2-1 over Red Wings

"Local Connor second period tie breaking goal propelled the Colorado Avalanche their seventh straight win a two one final over the Detroit Red Wings o'connor scored on a breakaway beating Jonathan Bernier for a second goal of the season Vladyslav Mets the cost what is fourteenth goal and first with the avalanche after recently being acquired in a trade goalie Michael Hutchinson also recently acquired collected his first win in his first start the avalanche winners of eight straight on the road troll Saint Louis by one point for the top spot in the Western Conference Anthony Mantha scored for the red wings have lost six straight Terry Moore Detroit

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"detroit red wings" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"detroit red wings" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"The Detroit Red Wings four to one the natural predators shut out the New York Islanders five nothing if you're at the very injures over the Minnesota wild by a score of forty three now your forecast from at the Ramsey monster weather center sunshine today but temperatures fall to around thirty by about five this afternoon a bit windy plains of eleven to seventeen miles for our clear skies overnight the lowest nineteen sunshine separate the height thirty three and that is your forecast from at the Ramsey monster weather center and the weather report brought to you by NJ diet did you already give up on your new year's resolution to lose weight they get a reality with NJ diet NJ diet contractually guarantees that you'll set up to twenty to forty plus pounds it only forty days with eleven locations in the tri state area give them a call here's the number eight five five five NJ die or log onto NJ diet dot com right now we have a reading of thirty eight degrees apart like clear skies from the seventy seven W. A. B. C. news desk I'm Deborah Valentine next updates at six thirty and twenty four seven coverage at the all news WABC radio dot com radio seventy seven anyway ten AM it's Brian kill me to say this is impeachable I find a breakthrough for isn't Juliet right now Bernie and sit in the morning on the world famous thank you I know you will see what we hello this choose a day because it's five we got no job thank god it's there's only the yeah this is Mike Casey case some long distance dedication from presidential to the Attorney General Billboard I don't think so anyway folks welcome back you Friday morning hoping for you guys like because the start of a big three day weekend with presidents day coming up on Monday this is the best morning show in New York City the party instead of the morning show on talk radio seventy seven W. E. B. CD don't sit tones if you will top line a witch and they had a rolls on this very special Valentine's day and look again we've been over this a million times right at home all day and it's not a real hot and you can you can post like that that's fine because I'm telling you that your significant other ninety nine point nine nine percent of the time is going to be pissed and I don't know why that's worth it to make some type of point so you diving today whatever it is a dinner a nice restaurant I don't give it to a movie.

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Merzlikins gets fifth shutout, Blue Jackets beat Red Wings

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

Merzlikins gets fifth shutout, Blue Jackets beat Red Wings

"The Columbus blue jackets continued on their hot streak and beat the visiting Detroit Red Wings two to zero in front of a sold out nationwide arena in the beginning of the second period following a failed power play opportunity for the blue jackets saccharine ski put Columbus up with the seventeenth goal of the season the most goals in the league of any defenseman I listeners likens continue to stellar play collecting another shot out and now stands the league leading five shutouts on the season with the win the Columbus picked up their tenth straight game with the point registered Maxwell Cohn Columbus Ohio

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Brown, Bobrovsky lead Panthers over Blue Jackets, 2-0

The Weekend with Joe Pags

00:48 sec | 3 years ago

Brown, Bobrovsky lead Panthers over Blue Jackets, 2-0

"Let's look now at the HL central division action for the evening one final on the books Toronto a four three winner over San Antonio Chicago was living Manitoba three one through two periods of play also through two periods Texas a Dan Wilkes Barre Scranton tied up at three to sign a three nothing lead over Iowa through one peering as we just heard the admirals are up for one over Rockford through to our periods of play they mention the last segment the predators are playing host to the New Jersey Devils tonight a two two contest in natural all four goals coming in the first four minutes Carolina leading Minnesota for two through two periods the Panthers in the blue jackets to nothing the lightning leaving the sharks three nothing penguins three one over the Detroit Red Wings a three one lead for the lance over the Bruins the maple Leafs are all over St Louis five

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Detroit, Detroit Red Wings And Hockey discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

31 Thoughts: The Podcast

04:01 min | 4 years ago

Detroit, Detroit Red Wings And Hockey discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

"If you hadn't won the Stanley Cup with the Detroit Red Wings. How would you look back on your career? I don't know. But certainly winning it capped it all you know. I mean you move on. This is something bigger in our life than just playing hockey. And even what we wanna do, you know? But I know now that you never know what it takes to win until you when you think you do every hockey player every athlete for our and I want to win and. In hockey such a team sport. You wanna play a win you want to be successful? But you wanna win and everyone of us play better when we wanna win. But you really don't know what it takes until you win. And I think that's for me. Even after my after career, I take those lessons. I learned in Detroit every single what does it take them? It takes everyone like when I was in Detroit. And I got in Detroit, I can give you a quick story LA kings versus Detroit. So the year before when LA we had a good team. We beat Detroit actually and silly things. This is one nutrition started being kind of people were talking about. And we chipped in to buy shakes guys doing protein shakes post game. So we went to management's look at while buying shakes you'd think at team would pay kind of just ask. And he said, no, we don't have a budget was. Okay. So all the guys were every month different veteran would vita shakes for the team. So the next year I go to Detroit, and I get to Detroit the nets about two weeks before cap, and we're skating and Turner comes to me, and he's got a no, Pat, and he says, you know, what's your workout with chain? And that's why I like to do this post game. I like to do this. He goes Cerny machine. Unia go down. What you if you remember Detroit a gyms, right? You got everything. And this is great any asked me do drink any protein, shake, I go. Yeah. He goes. We'll what brands on like, I don't know. I figured timeless call ES. You know, what flavor flavor vanilla draw brace? He writes down egos. I'll have it tomorrow. You're gonna have like my own brand, you know, like, you know, my own flair. He goes, don't worry. We want to help you. You're here to help us win a Cup and he walks away. So then the next day. I come in the little girl that worked for their foundation. Every team we sign autographs time journey year. Four five times, she says the same thing. Just really nice had little no pants. You know, we do autograph session. We do these things. And I think they were doing stuff at the time where you'd sign your steaks, and whatever they give you credit against the store. She says all the guys like sign them. We had the big signing. We do three years. She goes one you like to do it. I dunno known. I've make Joe non game this. We would never do that. But she says some guys would rather do them before breakfast after practice some guys don't want to do it the day before the game. I'm like, why don't care as whenever it's easier for you. If it's as long as it's known game, damn, okay? And if you give me a couple of days, I'll do it. I go, thanks. She was no problem. She goes which want to help you. She says we want to make your life as possible, you know. So you can help us win a Cup. She walks away. I'm like this whole thing of this entire organization was so ingrained on what their goal was an everybody works. And it was like these nice kind gesture, but it kept reminding you that that's what we all in it for. And then when you win you realize that it's not just a team is not just the players. Not just it's everyone, you know. And it takes everyone to be successful. And that's why you know, I think Detroit is had such success for so long because everybody was on board. It was it was really interesting for me to see and to live that.

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Bob Evans farms recalls sausages that may contain plastic

AP News

00:36 sec | 4 years ago

Bob Evans farms recalls sausages that may contain plastic

"Time consuming route to your shortlist of qualified candidates. So go ahead dust off. Extra-long lunch hat hirings better. When you've got your shortlist? Save time on hiring Joplin. Get started today and indeed dot com slash some Bob Evans, sausage links may contain pieces of plastic. According to the department of agriculture in response. The government says Bob Evans farms is recalling nearly forty seven thousand pounds of pork sausage links. With the establishment number E S T six seven eight five. The products were sold in several states, including Indiana, Illinois,

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Detroit Red Wings captain Henrik Zetterberg's back injury is ending his hockey career, according to general manager Ken Holland

KSFO Morning Show with Brian Sussman with Katie Green

00:38 sec | 4 years ago

Detroit Red Wings captain Henrik Zetterberg's back injury is ending his hockey career, according to general manager Ken Holland

"Seven sixty WJR. Well, it wouldn't be me. If I just follow the normal format of our show, right? I've got to be creative. So we'll we'll make up the open line next week at some point probably Tuesday because we're grand traverse resort. On monday. The the Red Wings would be up in traverse city to opening training camp. But Henrik Zetterberg the captain will not be there. His bad back is going to end his career. The announcement coming today Redwings GM can Holland on the other end of our line night. I gotta tell you. He was one of my favorites. Kenny. Yeah.

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2018 NHL draft - In-Depth Look at Detroit Red Wings' Picks

The Drift

04:34 min | 4 years ago

2018 NHL draft - In-Depth Look at Detroit Red Wings' Picks

"And detroit red wings fans if you hadn't heard already the nhl draft is taking place this weekend and boy did the red wings hit a home run with their first pick of the first round philip zidane a remember that name detroit red wings fans he is going to be a supreme player for the detroit red wings in here is what the scouting report says on him courtesy of elite prospects dot com phillips edina is a dynamic offensive forward that plays a complete game a deft and agile skater he exhibits explosive mobility both up and down the ice in all three zones he proactively looks to create problems for the opposition his awareness is indicative of his high level of hockey sense and he knows how to make plays and scoring chances materialize has a goal scorers toolbox complete with the individual pucks skills that one comes to expect from today's elite offensive players the accurate release on his shot is note worthy and as a defining aspect of his offensive capabilities defensively sound he disrupts lanes and pressures the opposition to make hasty decisions so to me the sounds exactly like what the legendary steve is herman was during his austrian career with the detroit red wings mainly since scotty bowman became head coach of the detroit red wings in nineteen ninetythree remember that is herman was a one way player for the first about ten years of his career being mainly an offensive force and then when scotty bowman came along he became steve is urban that is a two way player playing both offense and defense so phillips in dina is way ahead of the curve here the light the red wings got great value with this pick because dina was projected to go as late as number three in this draft he was expected to be gone by the time the red wings picked in the first round so hats off to ken holland the detroit red wings general manager for making this pick a heck of a pick there and then at number thirty in the first round the detroit red wings selected a center joseph oh in here is what elite prospects dot com had to say about him there is so much to like about joe volcano he's a hard nose workhorse that makes the players around him better the fleetfooted center is unselfish and will primarily look to play at make a play at top speed however when the chance arises to put it in the pot himself he well capitalize he sees the ice well in his rarely caught out of position is defensive game has refined in he actively pursues puck control transition transition transitioning to offense is natural smooth and quick all in all a well rounded to wait forward that skates well and can be the catalyst team needs to turn a game in its favor once again i love that phrasing there the two way forward that's what the detroit red wings made a name for themselves during their nineteen ninety s heyday and through the two thousands as being stanley cup contenders having players who play both offense and defense in vallejo eventually when he gets to the detroit red wings more than likely that's about three years away traditionally with players who are chosen outside of the top ten in the national hockey league draft he's going to make a huge impact if he eventually does make it to the redwings and i truly believe he will in about three years he's going to be a fine player to watch and it will be fun to see him possibly play with his fellow teammate phillips and dina and then the red wings in the second round chose a defenseman the red wings truly needed help on defense they've been really chorus on defense the last couple of seasons in missing the playoffs and they chose jared mic isaac and here's what the hockey writers dot com had to say about mr isaac mcisaac is a smooth skating two way defensemen he focuses on keeping his end clean first and foremost before adding to the offense of play effortless skater with agility imbalance along flawless stride his cuts in transitions are fluid incredible hockey sense thinks the game at a very high level and makes great decisions with the puck on his stick that is the type of defensemen the red wings truly have been missing since the retirement of nncholas lidstrom back in two thousand twelve well pastor rick he will be taking away here in.

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