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"dominique ducharme" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

02:37 min | 3 months ago

"dominique ducharme" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"I mean, they just they were just wondering, you know, through the first Almost 15 minutes. They're thinking Tampa Bay's got to have too many men on the ice, because every time we get it, there's somebody there is no place to pass it. There's no place to skate four on four for the next two minutes as surrogates gems shot from the line off the faceoff win hit Kucherov and slapped out to center. By Shea Weber Boy has nixed Suzuki raised his game after a tough start to this series. He has 11 shots on goal in the last two games coming into this one, and now he's got points in the last three games as he draws the primary assist on the goal moments ago by Josh Anderson Kucherov trying to work his way behind the Montreal net, leaves it along the end boards and then hooks it back through the slot. Nobody home and Suzuki off to the races on right wing for 21 year old just Feathers it in behind, and then he goes and gets it is teammates changing behind the play. Nearly got it away from Hedman. Now Suzuki will change as well as Hedman moves it a heading. Excuse me, Sir. Tkachev doesn't get it back from Gort. Lightning will restart McDonough from behind his own net. Former Wisconsin Badger right through the logo at center on right wing for board into the Montreal zone has passed ahead off the stick of Coleman, who is canceled out in the corner. By Jeff Petry. Fuck kicked loose, and Edmondson pounces on it behind the net. Still 45 seconds in the four on four, and it's turned over at the line by took Holy and Gord tries to play it around and it goes right to price. He taps into the line, but not out and now another penalty coming up to Montreal, and the puck is touched up by Toffoli. Canadians are going to go short handed to Foley, who turned it over at the blue line on the exit of the zone ends up taking the penalty. It's a slash. It's actually Edmonson, I believe is going to go. You're right. My mistake. Johnny Gordon threw the puck. In the middle and Levinson just chop. Coleman right across the back. Had How the officials have done a good job because obviously the emotions are high. And so they've kept their good about when you chop somebody over the back. Yeah, that's that's going to draw a penalty. And Dominique Ducharme is not happy with the call Joe. This this Tampa Bay power plays good enough. This is a four on three. And they win the draw. Hedman Hands it off Trough gets the glass with a big one time blast top of the right circle. Lightning recover possession.

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"dominique ducharme" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:41 min | 3 months ago

"dominique ducharme" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Josh Anderson got it done at 15 39 of the first in Montreal has a one Nothing lead the first time they have lead in this series. You know, I was saying it right before that goal, wondering if Ducharme might change your lines back to what he had because they were getting nothing like turnover behind the Net by Vasilevskiy and Jake Evans, just up Half step away from making it two to nothing. Andrei Vasilevskiy has not looked very sure of himself in the last 60 seconds of this hockey game. Now it's Evans turns on the Jets through the neutral zone on left wing into the Tampa Bay Zone, got it to the net, and it's angled off the stick by vasilevskiy to the corner. 3.5 to play opening period. Brayden point lobs it back into the Montreal zone and mixes it up with Evans as Weber spins it around the boards and I believe we got coincidental minors here Evans and Brayden Point They came together inside the Montreal blue line about 10 ft. Inside the blue line. And they came together. They don't stop one another one another. They pushed each other. They cross checked each other. They punched each other. And then the whistle blew and they both thought of the penalty box. 16 33 times of the penalties. Age, get roughing minors. That is, I would think a trade that Dominique Ducharme will take all night long. Sure, heavens. Oh, yeah, for breaking point. No question about that. And that goal has given Montreal the Canadians a little bit more jump. Only just, you know, right? I mean, they just they were just wondering You know, for the first almost 15 minutes. They're thinking Tampa Bay's got to have too many men on the because every time we get.

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"dominique ducharme" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

05:48 min | 3 months ago

"dominique ducharme" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"We are moments away from tonight's pot drop as we get ready for lightning to strike. The Lightning, hoping to win their second consecutive Stanley Cup. They're up 30 in this best of seven series against the Canadians. Going to talk about it a little bit more Greg Llanelli with you and to do that, the guys who were calling the game Dave Michigan in the Hall of Famer Phil Esposito filled lighting up 30 in this series in your opinion. What's allowed them to get to this point against Montreal? Well, the turnovers that they've had Um Montreal didn't capitalize as much as some of the other teams that we've seen over the years over this year specifically And I thought that made a big difference. And and Tyler Johnson and Maroon And Matthew Joseph, I thought were terrific. The other night played a great game and boy when you get your fourth line, given two goals, that's that's a good sign a real good sign. So all in all of taken continue to do this. We can maybe wrap it up tonight. Dave. We talked about it on the show a bit today on power lunch, but it's going to be curious. The Canadians switching some things up in terms of personnel and line combinations and Scoring first has been a big deal in this series, and I'm sure that's something that the Canadians want to do tonight. Well, Dominique Ducharme obviously felt he had to do something, and some of it was maybe he he liked Jake Evans. Game one, as did we fell, thought he played well, and he was in for Armenia, who was able to come back for Game two. So Evan sat out, but Cocky Niemi was was essentially benched in the third period of Game three. So Evans replaces him and they reconfigured the lines a little bit. We'll see if that sparks them off offensively. And then he really he brought into defenseman. I think Eric Guster since a really good offensive defenseman, But I'm not sure that he is as good as a skater as Kulak, who is replacing right, one of the defenseman. And then they have this young Russian defenseman Alexander Romanov, former second round pick who basically played the whole regular season with Montreal, but he's a younger player, but he has tremendous upside and he's a pretty dynamic player. So Ducharme is like, you know what? We're going for it we're putting in these two guys who can skate from the blue line. I don't know that they're going to play a lot. The top four tend to play the most. Yeah. But why not? If you're down oath, why not? And if if they get a power play Romanov will be one of the guys. Gustafson was. You know the other guy in the power play with With Webber. And then Petrie comes on the second unit, but, uh they were using Gustafsson a lot so Romanov will take his place. On that if they get power plays and to tell you the truth, folks, if you think about it You're lucky if you get a couple of power place. There may be three would be a lot unless the referees decide tonight that they're going to call things. Yeah, so and but the odds are they aren't Where how to? Those are good odds. Yeah, we'll fill one of the the reasons the odds are pretty good. I think for the lightning, we saw Tyler Johnson have himself a big game. That really is a situation where he just is more comfortable at center. Isn't that he isn't wing. I couldn't I couldn't agree more. He just is. He? He seems to utilizes speed more. At center. You know what I like that second goal. He's shot and he followed up for the rebound. He followed in himself. That is something when it was doing hockey schools. I used to try to get the kids to do you shoot the puck in your head towards the net because there could be a rebound and that's a Tyler did on the second goalie scarred. And it was perfect did it perfectly. We saw earlier here It looks like Killorn is scratched. Dave and you know he's inching closer. And I guess for the lightning sick Hopefully he doesn't have to be used anymore. I think he would take that trade off. Think he would, too. But we saw Colton, you know, get Ross colts and get bumped up to the second line and fill just talked about Tyler Johnson on that fourth line. It's just It doesn't seem like there's too many weaknesses up and down that line up guys slot in Matthew Joseph comes in the last couple games. He's played really well, and I think that's what is the biggest challenge guys Montreal is facing. There just aren't many. Deficiencies in this lightning game right now. Yeah, you know, it's interesting. Fill the Cirelli stamp ghosts Colton line. It was the only line that did not have Goal. Even strength. Coleman goal was an empty now, but you know what I mean so really had an assist on the power play. But I thought maybe that was the line that had the most consistent offensive zone pressure of any of the four lines. They had a really good game. They just didn't get rewarded. Agree. It shows that Colton, can you talk about Tyler Johnson? Excelling at center. Colton can play center. You can play wing He can play with maroon and Johnson. He can play with cerulean stamp ghosts. It seems that his game as well suited to be moved up and down the line. And you know the other thing. David is really interesting because You got three guys there that are sentiment. You know, Stamkos is natural and Colton was a sentiment. I mean, they put him in the wing and he's doing great. But he's good at the draws, too..

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"dominique ducharme" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

01:53 min | 3 months ago

"dominique ducharme" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Came four between the Tampa Bay Lightning in the Montreal Canadians feature off counters back off right wing crows it run off of a defender and handle the Montreal man. Tonight's game is brought to you by Discover Card. We believe a better tomorrow as possible for everyone discover something brighter. Now live from the Bell Center in Montreal. Here are John Colours and Joe Micheletti. In a place steeped in history, where the National Hockey League is concerned some historical opportunities tonight. The Tampa Bay Lightning with a three games to none lead in the Stanley Cup final over the Montreal Canadians as Joe Micheletti and John Ahlers join you tonight here from the Bell Center. Canadians have trailed in the Stanley Cup final Joe only one time before this, it goes back to 1952, a series in which they never lead and would ultimately be swept by the Detroit Red Wings. But it has been that long since they have found themselves in this position in a Stanley Cup final. It has not dimmed the hopes of 3500 or so as we're thinking here, tell, waving, screaming and Light, saber waving fans at Bell Center, but it is a very, very steep hill that they're Canadians must climb, however, when Dominique Ducharme and the coaching staff from Montreal, look at it, That's not how they're approaching. It isn't well, it's not because they've been so they've been through so much as a team, uh, that they just feel that they can overcome. Any type of obstacle, and that's the approach they are taking to this game. They're not looking at this as well. We have to win four. They're looking at this is let's win a game and then let's win one more. And let's try to take it that way. Business like Don't get too overly emotional state lose. Um, they had fun at practice yesterday. They worked on special teams, so it's an attitude that They've used.

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"dominique ducharme" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

07:04 min | 3 months ago

"dominique ducharme" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Stanley Cup final and we are down to crunch time. It's do or die. Or it's golfing season for the Montreal Canadians who trail Tampa Bay 03 in the best of seven final, and only one team has ever come back from dropping the first three games and gone on to win the cup in 27 tries and 20 of those clubs getting the sweep. And that was the 1942 Toronto Maple Leafs over Detroit. And no, I wasn't there. But leaves Captain Syl Apps was And he got to skate off with the Stanley Cup that sits in the building tonight, waiting for the now probable back to back run by the Lightning. Meanwhile, the last sweep in the Cup final was in 1998 when Detroit put away Washington and who was the captain of the wings and their MVP that season? Stevie I Zerman, the man who helped put this Tampa Bay Club on the championship map, So a little trivia for you to play with their as we get you ready for Game four. Last Friday night, saw the first Cup final game played in Montreal in 28 years in the home team lost 6 to 3. The haves had everything in their favor. Except for maybe the rosters. It was the emotional return of interim head coach Dominique Ducharme from Covid Protocol. They had a small but loud and proud, very boisterous 3500 fans in the building and many more outside chanting. We want the cup, but it was Tampa Bay that came out flying, and they not only scored first, but twice. In the 1st 3.5 minutes of the 1st and 2nd periods, which was just too much to overcome for the haves and oh, not only haven't a Canadian scored first yet in this series, but they're yet to get a lead, which is by far when they are at their best 26 giveaways in Game three by the haves after just five in each of the first two games, hardly the recipe for success. First time in 12 tries this postseason. Montreal has scored at least two goals in a game and lost and now it feels like months ago when the Canadians won seven straight and scored first and each of those to get here much. Y'all did get back in the game two with a big first goal of the playoffs by Phillip Danault in the opening period to make it 2 to 1, Tampa and then it was only 1 40 into the second period when the Canadians made one of their too many bad mistakes. May have cost them the game and really the series. Gallagher feeds it across the line on left wing and licking and his angled off good play by Anthony Cirelli. They're allowing them to stretch it. They caught the Canadians on the changed a lot, gets it over and Kucherov scores. Bad change by the Canadians costs them dearly. It's 31 Tampa Bay and what an alert play by the Tampa Bay defense again. They've been involved in every goal. John dollars. Joe Micheletti on the call here on Sports USA. It's been always something from Montreal in this series, and not usually a good thing. What's cost the most or bad line changes that even cause that killer to Ah, no goal. Uncharacteristic turnovers in bad locations. Odd man rushes galore and They've never had the lead in the series, which has only happened to other times and Stanley Cup final history when it was all said and done, head coach Ducharme has some thoughts on the importance of scoring first now. Well, I think it's huge against anything it would be, uh, something important. At the same time. You cannot stop crying. And you know if you don't score the first goal, so no, we want to have a good start. I thought, uh, I thought last game we, uh it's not that we had a bad start is just You know, they made us period right away on a on a nice ng and and on the power play. Uh fuck that. We too understands. Uh so we need to, uh Managed to start the right way and come out dynamic, active, uh, playing our game, and, uh, you know, getting that first goal there for sure. It will be important. And then there's carry Price who was standing on his head, with or without a helmet. All playoffs long from Montreal. But in this series against the best on the planet, the Habs Future Hall of Fame goalie ISO and three with the 4 39 goals against At 8 35 save percentage. He's allowed two goals in the first four minutes of a playoff game for the first time in 87 career starts, and that can't get you one win, let alone a chance to win the cup and he knows the score. Now you don't have a choice. Uh, you know, we've we've overcome adversity all season long. And you know Iraq's are obviously against the wall, So we're going to start bringing our best. Yes, an understatement for sure. And don't ask his coach. If there will be a change in goal for this must win. Carries a guy playing Monday. So if you wonder, or people wonder about who is going to be in that Kerry is going to be a net and, yeah, you can talk about One guy and another guy. It's about all of us. To borrow all of us. We need to be better in front of him. Everyone all 20 guys putting on the jersey you know, are looking for Monday night playing their best game, that's it. And so how are some of price's teammates sounding now that their backs are super glued against the wall? Well, Brendan Gallagher was actually asked if he can take any positives from that disastrous game three loss. You just have to Correct the mistakes. I mean, it's your here. I'm not going to sit here and take a whole lot of positive. We We believe we can play with these as we believe it since Game one. We just haven't shown it enough now for a full 60 minutes. Uh, you know, we've had we've had spurts where we've you know, everything We've talked about. Everything we've done is work. But there's just been mistakes in our in our game. And, um, you know, we're playing too good of a hockey team. They're you know, they're deep everywhere they're gonna capital is gonna make you pay. Uh, So you know, the positives are this This team has been in many holes. This change been doubted. Uh, but the character in that locker room isn't going anywhere. That's something that We're going to keep competing. Keep playing. In terms of how the games are being played. We need to get better. Sorry for the possible record amount of cliches ahead, But here they come as expected under these circumstances, Josh Anderson, What's your mindset to stay positive? Um, you know, we're here for a reason. And obviously we've dug ourselves a little bit of a hole here. And, um, the mood slight right now. And, um, we have a job to do, and we're gonna Do everything we can to, um, stay in this thing and fly out Tampa on on Tuesday. So, um, everyone just getting prepared for tomorrow night's game, and, um, we're all going to compete and work hard and put off full effort in Of course, Tomorrow night is now tonight and many moons ago, I was the radio voice of Wisconsin hockey and their leader, then badger. Bob Johnson had some wonderful sayings. Not sure if this was his or not. But what should be hanging in the Canadians locker room right now and became a championship slogan and Madison 60 minutes. No alibis. No regrets when we already know it's a great day for hockey because it always is, and even more so, with the perfectly shined up Stanley Cup in the building, along with our glossy broadcast team. John dollars and one time Montreal drafty A few years back. Joe Micheletti, Standing by Atlas Sandra Bell fell in Game four and may..

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"dominique ducharme" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:07 min | 3 months ago

"dominique ducharme" Discussed on WGN Radio

"They got two or three chances, but all those shots were blocked. I don't think anything got to carry price if three blocked shots For Canadians. So here it is the matchup. The top line comes over the boards for John Cooper the point line in the no line to oppose him. As Dominique Ducharme gets the last change and face off win for to know he has been terrific in this series. 62% face off win percentage in two road games and the Canadians for the first time. Get it into the Tampa Bay zone. It's lifted back. And Brendan Gallagher handles it. Gallagher without a goal in 11 Straight games, has bumped in the neutral zone but carries on on left wing into the Tampa Bay zone curls in the corner laser back wide open to know and that was blocker. Two side by Vasilevskiy. The games for Save Weber turns up the right boards to keep it in, and Andre Palat comes away with it for Tampa Bay Colony throws it Rink Wide and John route of the defenseman skates into it on the right side. He gets it through, and it's gobbled up by Carey Price. Now the first good chance for Montreal. Brendan Gallagher skates it along along the left hand board. He got hammered by Palat got knocked down. He was outside the blue line when he got hit, got back to his feet, skated in the offensive zone along the left hand board. To the net. And then the blockers saved by Vasilevskiy as Gallagher was able to get the puck Dino for the shop. Double shift from the guard line. They come right back out. Second shift of the game. Just 65 seconds in and a broken stick for Blake Coleman will delay the proceedings as he'll go to the bench and get a new one from equipment manager Ray Phil. We saw John Cooper do the same thing in game number two started that line and then they came right back onto the ice. The third shift of the game, but the No lines stays out or excuse me to no, I should say, stays out to take the face off as Byron And cocaine am er out as well and the face off one by Dino. We'll see if he goes right to the bench for a change to get Josh Anderson on it. He does. Canadians with room through center top Penny Emmy across the line.

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"dominique ducharme" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:46 min | 3 months ago

"dominique ducharme" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"For Canadians. So here it is the matchup. The top line comes over the boards for John Cooper the point line in the no line to oppose him. As Dominique Ducharme gets the last change and Face off win for to know he has been terrific in this series. 62% face off win percentage in two road games and the Canadians for the first time. Get it into the Tampa Bay zone. It's lifted back. And Brendan Gallagher handles it. Gallagher without a goal in 11 Straight games, has bumped in the neutral zone but carries on on left wing into the Tampa Bay zone curls in the corner laser back wide open to know and that was blocker. Two side by Vasilevskiy. The games for Save Weber turns up the right boards to keep it in, and Andre Palat comes away with it for Tampa Bay Pellet throws it Rink Wide and John route of the defenseman skates into it on the right side. He gets it through, and it's gobbled up by Carey Price. Now the first good Chance. Montreal. Brendan Gallagher. Gets it along along the left hand board. He got hammered by Palat got knocked down. He was outside the blue line when he got hit, got back to his feet, skated in the offensive zone along the left hand board. To the net. And then the blockers saved by Vasilevskiy as Gallagher was able to get the puck to Dino for the shot. Double shift from the Guard line. They come right back out there. Second shift of the game. Just 65 seconds in a broken stick for Blake Coleman will delay the proceedings. He'll go to the bench and get a new one from equipment manager Ray Phil. We saw John Cooper do the same thing and game number two started that line and then they came right back onto the ice. The third shift of the game. Dino line stays out or excuse me to no, I should say, stays out.

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"dominique ducharme" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

04:20 min | 3 months ago

"dominique ducharme" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Here are John Ahlers and Joe Micheletti. Won't swap from Central Bell in Montreal. It is game twat of the finale de la Coupe Stanley John dollars alongside Joe Micheletti as this series moves north of the border. The Montreal Canadians host a Stanley Cup final game for the first time ever at Bell Centre, trailing this series, two games to none. The history is here, Joe Micheletti. The Canadians are hoping it works on their side. But we are going to focus on somebody who's coming into the series who we will not see on the ice tonight. Dominique Ducharme after a 14 Day quarantine following a positive test for Covid 19 back on the Montreal bench tonight, you have played in this league you have coached in this league. A lot of fans out there are going to say a coach on the bench. Is it that big a deal? I think it is. In this situation. You know, most coaches will tell you that as the as the Stanley Cup playoffs, go on. And if you're fortunate to continue to go on Coaching. Probably isn't as intense as far as exes and ohs as it is earlier in the series, But there's something more to this because this whole Montreal story to me. Is something that's special. And part of the special story is the fact that Dominique Ducharme took over mid season He was an assistant. There was a change with the head coach. He takes over now, Over the course of the second half of the season. They go through injuries. They go through trades. They go through an awful lot of different things. And so he he was there to absorb all that. He's got a special relationship with the players because you know what the players appreciated what he did to help get them here, and it's a team that no one thought would be in this situation. So there's a there's a genuine, uh, happiness amongst the players. At the head coach who came on midstream gets to be in this situation, and I think that will help them. The other part of this is that Luke Richardson, who took over as the head coach, while Dominique Ducharme was gone. Goes back to handle the defense, and I think that's really important because they've got their 5th and 6th defenseman that played about 10 minutes a game. I think they're going to have to be utilized a little bit more as the series goes on. And with Luke Richardson deal That's his specialty is he was a NHL defenseman for years and years over 1400 games in this league, and so that's his spot, and I think that that will help them. Going forward, also having him back in the spot that he belongs, Interestingly enough, where Richardson is concerned 1417 regular season National Hockey League games for five different teams over 17 seasons. Never been to a Stanley Cup final before he was the interim interim head coach behind the bench until tonight. Ducharme incidentally, took over mid season He is still officially the interim. Head coach here in Montreal, and many would say, Well, clearly, that tag will probably be removed. But in the regular season after taking over for Claude Julien, 15 16 and seven was the record all the more remarkable that the Canadians find themselves here. But Joe do they find themselves in a must win situation? Clearly not an elimination game. The old cliche. We hear it all the time. A team is not in trouble in a series until they lose a home game down to after having lost two on the road. Is this a must win for the Canadian? Yes, they have to win. Have to win. Unless unless they they lose this game and Tampa Bay ends up losing a whole slew of their key players, including their goaltender Andrei Vasilevskiy, because he's the best in the world. And the way he plays in the way he can his record in elimination games. So so for Montreal, you have to look at this game that if they don't win, this series is over. It's just a matter of what day it ends on because To come back and try to beat Tampa Bay with the squad they have on the ice Now. They still they still are are missing. Alex Killorn. He will not play again tonight, so he misses his second straight game. But they have such depth. On this team, and they know how to win coming off of what they did last season. So so Montreal has to win the game. I think they know that so far in.

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"dominique ducharme" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:34 min | 3 months ago

"dominique ducharme" Discussed on WGN Radio

"In tries to feed it over home a dive to scores tonight It came three between the Tampa Bay Lightning and Montreal Canadians. Foley wins the draw Suzuki scores on the backhand. Tonight's game is brought to you by Discover Card. We believe a better tomorrow as possible for everyone. Discover something brighter. Now live from the Bell Center in Montreal. Here are John Ahlers and Joe Micheletti Ball suave from Central Bell in Montreal. It is game twat of the finale de la Coupe Stanley John Ehlers alongside Joe Micheletti as this series moves north of the border. The Montreal Canadians host a Stanley Cup final game for the first time ever at Bell Centre, trailing this series, two games to none. The history is here, Joe Micheletti. The Canadians are hoping it works on their side. But we are going to focus on somebody who's coming into the series who we will not see on the ice tonight. Dominique Ducharme after a 14 day quarantine following a positive test for Covid 19. Back on the Montreal bench tonight. You have played in this league you have coached in this league. A lot of fans out there are going to say a coach on the bench. Isn't that big a deal? I think it is in this situation. You know, most coaches will tell you that as the as the Stanley Cup playoffs, go on, and if you're fortunate To continue to go on. The coaching probably isn't as intense as far as X is a nose as it is earlier in the series, but there's something more to this because this whole Montreal story to me. Is something that's special. And part of the special story is the fact that Dominique Ducharme took over mid season He was an assistant. There was a change with the head coach. He takes over now over the course of the second half of the season. They go through injuries. They go through trades. They go through an awful lot of different things. And so he he was there to absorb all that. He's got a special relationship with the players because you know what the players appreciated what he did. To help get them here, and it's a team that no one thought would be in this situation. So there's a there's a genuine happiness amongst the players. At the head coach who came on midstream gets to be in this situation, and I think that will help them. The other part of this is that Luke Richardson, who took over as the head coach, while Dominique Ducharme was gone. Goes back to handle the defense, and I think that's really important because they've got their 5th and 6th defenseman that played about 10 minutes a game. I think they're going to have to be utilized a little bit more as the series goes on, and with Luke Richardson, you know that's his specialty is he was a NHL defenseman for years and years over 1400 games, obviously, and so that's his spot, and I think that that will help them. Going forward, also having him back in the spot that he belongs, Interestingly enough, where Richardson is concerned 1417 regular season National Hockey League games for five different teams over 17 seasons. I've never been to a Stanley Cup final before he was the interim interim head coach behind the bench until tonight. Ducharme, incidentally, took over mid season. He is still officially the interim. Head coach here in Montreal, and many would say, Well, clearly, that tag will probably be removed. But in the regular season after taking over for Claude Julien, 15 16 and seven was the record all the more remarkable that the Canadians find themselves here. But Joe do they find themselves in a must win situation? Clearly not an elimination game. The old cliche. We hear it all the time. A team is not in trouble in the series until they lose a home game down to after having lost two on the road. Is this a must win for the Canadian? Yes, they have to win. Have to win. Unless unless they they lose this game and Tampa Bay ends up losing a whole slew of their key players, including their goaltender Andrei Vasilevskiy, because he's the best in the world. And the way he plays and the way he can his record in elimination games. So so for Montreal, you have to look at this game that if they don't win, this series is over. It's just a matter of what day it ends on because To come back and try to beat Tampa Bay with the squad they have on the ice Now. They still they still are are missing. Alex Killorn. He will not play again tonight, so he misses his second straight game. But they have such depth.

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"dominique ducharme" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:07 min | 3 months ago

"dominique ducharme" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Boost for them, and I think it does make a difference. When you get the energy from the crowd, particularly team down 02. Now you don't have that. It's nice to play on your home ice for sure. But let's let's face it. This sports mentally played in front of a sold out crowd. Yeah, and you see how many people are outside of the arena, trying to, you know, celebrate with the team. They've got 15 20,000 people outside, hoping that they can get inside the lightning. They're used to playing with no fans. I know Montreal went through the whole season without fans in the building, but Lightning are used to being in the bubble last year when they did the fans, Uh, they're used to playing these high, intense games where Stanley Cups on the line and it's not that energy from the crowd. They kind of get to over the hump in Montreal. They were in and out of the playoffs last year in the flash, so they don't have that experience to draw from. I love it when they get the camera and people that aren't looking, and when they finally see themselves in the counters going, that's pretty good. By the way, I wanted you to be a professor at school when I was there because I feel like you would have been a very generous greater What would you have graded that? Probably see, Let's see. I think you can make the case that might have been their poorest performance in the playoffs and the entire playoffs. I just felt like they never got control of the park. It was exploding off their stick. Maybe earlier in the series against Florida, Carolina. They had some games where I think maybe get a little live in Florida. They never really felt like they were into that contest. They scored early, and they just seemed like Florida took over. But, yeah, I could see that Especially that second period. I mean, it was just nothing worked and they still want still went up to one after it was and that's that's the part about you've got to be able to finish if you're Montreal. But you can't underestimates. Champion. And the Lightning just hung around, and they made enough place because they have enough skill. To convert on just a couple of chances. Yeah, I think we saw that these situations before they know what it takes. And they know not incredible. Yeah, no panicking here. Burns a great job as always, But I will talk to you throughout the broadcast. Alright. Thanks, Greg. Alright, That's Brian Burns has to be a reporter for the Tampa Bay Lightning coming up next we're gonna hear from John Cooper, Canadians head coach Dominique Ducharme, He's back behind the bench and landing reporter broadcaster Caylee Chelios. It's the lighting in Canadians coming up in about 20 minutes. Leading radio..

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"dominique ducharme" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

05:06 min | 3 months ago

"dominique ducharme" Discussed on KOMO

"Down here near sea level because it is as you said 16. Now the new record high of all time at CEATEC. The one yesterday of one of four lasted less than 24 hours. So it didn't stick around. Now at the beaches, it is a different world. It is a massive marine push going on, haven't lived and worked in San Francisco as well for many years, you know, they've got their big population there on the coast, whereas that's our smaller population. So we're not as familiar with it out there. But if you're at the beach is you started the day baking as well. That marine layer has come in like a cold lava flow. It envelopes the coast. It drops you like Iraq about 30 degrees within an hour. So it's peace soup right now. Foggy, drizzly Chile, You need a fleece in a blanket A cup of cocoa. If you're an ocean shores are long Beach versus feeling like you're in the cup of cocoa here if you're in Maple Valley in Covington, so that's our Marine push. It's on the way As you mentioned, it will take a while to really break down this heat tomorrow. We only drop into the eighties to the low nineties, and that's our so called cool down. But further cooling as the heat waver roads as the week goes on, we still only back off into the low eighties by, you know the midpoint of the week late part of the week, never really quite getting back to normal, But at least this extreme heat will finally be behind us. Let's talk about air quality driving. In this morning there was that Hayes and I'm guessing that dome of high pressure just holding all the pollutants down. Absolutely. It is like a lit. It's like we put a lid over the top of ourselves. So anything we're letting out smoke. Exhaust from cars, all kinds of particles in the air just gets trapped right near the surface. So I saw yesterday Puget Sound clean era put out the ozone warning for the East side, because, as usual, the pollutants are a little bit worse. They're settling into the foothills. Then they are where you've got a little bit more mixing down at sea level, but the Hayes's hey is it's an issue and I've been thinking through this whole entire process. At least you know, For the most part, we can still breathe as hard as it is. You know now that we've just absolutely parched and cooked. All of vegetation were only in June. I'm really worried about the fire season this year for the entire West, Western United States and we start getting some smoke in the mixture as we head into July and August And you know, it could be a really long summer. We learned so much from you every day about the weather. What's your takeaway from all this? You know, a lot of people asking, you know is this climate change? Yes, Yes, it is. When you continue to put out a lot of pollutants in your populations exploding. We talked about this on Friday. We have a finite area to live within. And you know, we keep putting out a lot of waste a lot of by products. It's all trapped here. And so it does, Of course, start to change your environment. A lot of people saying Is this a once in a lifetime event? Well, so far, it is right. None of us have ever lived through it before. But the way things are going, you start worrying about this becoming more routine. Heat waves like this extreme events. You know, it's been a long touted and documented with a lot of research that extreme events. Whether they're really extra cold or really extra hot will become more prevalent as the climate continues to change on us. And of course, it always has changed over the Millions of years. That's natural climate change. But when you've got a species exploding in a finite space, you know we're helping it along really quickly and the better we can to kind of pull back. Leave no trace all those great to Crazes that have been coined over the years. You know, the better off we'll be slowing things down and keeping our environment and check. Well, Thank you, Shannon. And bring on that marine push real quickly Can't wait. Take care. Thank you. Shannon O'Donnell from the Coma Weather center. And just seeing now from Puget Sound Energy. We have some new power outages obviously related to the heat right now about 4000 in neighborhoods around the north side of Lake Taps Money Lake area, So if you are without power, they're working on it. They know that's down in the South King County in eastern Pierce County area just 5 10. Let's get an update on MOMO Sports now from the Beacon Plumbing Sports desk Bill Swartz on the hottest day in Seattle history. Will cool you down with little ice hockey, please. The quest for Lord Stanley's Cup is down to two clubs tonight. Defending NHL champ Tampa Bay hosts surprising Montreal in Game one of the finals. Dominique Ducharme took over as Canadians head coach in February. His club is plenty confident. Our guys are not that they're not thinking they're just Executing there, just crying. That's what we wanted to create The expansion Seattle crack and have a primary minor league franchise reaching a deal for players with the Charlotte Checkers of the American Hockey League. Major League Baseball officials in New York, too closely examined Seattle Mariner pitcher Hector Santiago as Mitt confiscated yesterday in Chicago. He was tossed out of the game when I was found a sticky substance in the heel of his glove. The veteran pitcher and EMS manager Scott Service both insists it was legal rosin. Mixed in with sweat, so Santiago should not draw 10 game suspension. We'll see. The end, took two of three from the White Sox there in Buffalo tomorrow night, opening a series against Toronto Blue Jays and Rick in Seattle. How hot is it? 15 minutes away on Camel news radio. It's so hot Western Washington's adult and use sports wisely canceling games sports at 10 and 40. After the hour, Bill Schwartz come on. Already. 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"dominique ducharme" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

04:07 min | 4 months ago

"dominique ducharme" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"If I can go back to peer to bore another just the mental game or the mental preparation that coaches try to get their players into a mindset. He's talked about creating offense. He talked about his top guys, but Peter DeBord, who can be kind of a hard you know what he's gonna grind you a little bit as a head coach. He's been talking about his top players saying, You know what? I liked our game. You know? Yeah, it's not easy. It's not easy for top scores to create offense and playoffs. I think he's backing off right now. I think he feels that his team is a little bit under pressure. And again. That's I'm going back to that, because I think that's why letters coming in. It's it's taking the focus off what was going on and trying to create something new for his team. Something fresh for his team. Well, on the other side of the coin, the Montreal Canadians will not make any changes to their lineup tonight. And why not? They? You know that they were opened doped. Vegas two a two games to one lead with that overtime win here two nights ago. They've now won four in a row here at Bell Centre after dropping their first two home games in the postseason to the Toronto Maple Leafs. They have not given up a power play goal in their last 10 outings that ties a modern Stanley Cup playoff record for one playoff season. They have stopped the last 25 power play opportunities from their opponents. Vegas has not scored a power play goal, going back to their last five games. Now, as they've gone empty over 10 in this series and dry on their last Well, power play opportunities. You've got to give Montreal some some props for what they've done to get to this point, Obviously, if to watch the games, you know that it's a puncher's chance for them. But let's talk a little bit. Maybe about is their Montreal mystique because you've got four Quebec born players for Vegas that come in Jonathan Marcia. So had only one shot on goal in Game three was not a factor offensively, speaking And now Marc Andre Fleury, who drops to four and six against his hometown team in the playoffs. We'll be watching this one from the bench tonight, I think in the regular season it helps French Canadian players when they go into Montreal. I think in the playoffs, I think it creates a real different pressure situation. Regular season friends family in normal circumstances you meet up you talk. You feel good. You want to prove to your family. That's why you're in the NHL and you want to do it right there in Montreal get into a playoff situation. I think it can become a little bit of that. Too much pressure and I think it does affect skill guys more than role players. Role players they can go in. They can play with energy. That's okay. Skilled guys. They have to play with energy, but they have to finish and right now, Vegas is not getting that finished. If I can Johnny just some numbers. In the regular season save percentage, killing penalties for Montreal goaltenders regular season. 86.1% So again, you're going to face a lot of high quality chances. Killing pen. You're down a man carry price in the playoffs. 94.8% save percentage in killing penalties so that there's a team concept there and Montreal's done a real good job up the ice with pressure right, slowing the opposition before they get down there making stands at their own blue lines. You're not getting possession entries into the zone. So you're not getting the setup you want, but the same time the big defense in a Montreal or boxing out That allows court Carey price to focus in on what he wants to do, and that is take the shooter. Take the shooter, but still 95% basically save percentage in a political situation that's gonna win you some games. Yeah, the haves have really turned it around on the kill in the regular season. They were under 80% 23rd in the league, and they are actually plus shorthanded in these playoffs. They've scored. Four short handed goals and giving up only three power play goals. Teddy, I know we're rambling, but as you pointed out a lot of storylines, so we took the puck if you will, and we stated with it. Nice job, guys. You stick handled as well as anybody I've ever heard. Much appreciated. Boy. You're not talking. Just kidding about how many storylines in this hockey game. Huge one coming up for sure. And we're going to hear from Luke Richardson and coached the charm coming up in a few minutes and also just been great. That John dollars and Jimmie Foxx we call in the action for us here, and when we come back, it'll be Dominique Ducharme and look What he had to deal with. From the sidelines in conjunction with NBC Sports. You're listening to the Stanley Cup.

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"dominique ducharme" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:03 min | 4 months ago

"dominique ducharme" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Sona. It's blurry, blurry, loses it in front and they score. He misplayed it in his skates. It was a tap in for Josh Anderson. That's John hollers with the call. Josh Anderson also scored for the game winner in overtime, and the classy flurry came out yesterday did answer some of the media's questions on his off day, and he was able to basically say he pretty much apologized for the whole thing. And it was just an uncomfortable situation for Marc Andre Fleury. And despite the Canadians being fortunate, just Get into the playoffs before advancing into the semis with seven straight wins. Fleury, who's a native of Quebec, talked about the shock to him. And what the his favorite team as a kid and how they were doing so well in this series, and it's been just unbelievable how the Canadians have found a way to keep on winning the big story today. Back up Goaltender for the Knights Robin letter was the first goalie off the ice at this morning skate, which usually means Will be the guy in goal tonight for Vegas, One of those rest versus Rust deals letter only playing four times in the past 50 days, including that disastrous game 171 loss to Colorado. So meanwhile, the Canadians remember they're playing without their interim head coach Dominique Ducharme, who's expected out a couple of weeks after testing positive. For Covid a couple of days ago, his very capable assistant, Luke Richardson led them to a win in Game number three. So it's just been an amazing turnaround for the haves. We're off to a very bad start in game number three. They're getting out shot. Then they had their situation on the penalty kill, which turned out perfect because Vegas went old for four. On the power play. We'll be hearing from Richardson and coach Ducharme a little bit later on, and now it's time to join our own team who are prepared for Game four. Our broadcasters, John dollars and three time 30 goal scorer with the L. A Kings. Jimmie Foxx guys, plenty of storylines for this one going in, but certainly Robin Leonard Playing in the Nets tonight. Expected for Vegas is a huge.

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Canadiens Beat Golden Knights 3-2 in OT to Take 2-1 Lead

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 4 months ago

Canadiens Beat Golden Knights 3-2 in OT to Take 2-1 Lead

"The Montreal Canadians made the most of all my sins vanish for game three beating the Vegas golden knights three to two in overtime Josh Anderson tied the score with less than two minutes left in regulation and buried the game winner in O. T. it looked like me we had a lot more energy than them we we came out hard and and it's kind of late tonight and in a huge game that that we need to win the hands were without head coach Dominique Ducharme who tested positives called nineteen prior to the match up assistant coach Luke Richardson field in Montreal pulled off the win despite trailing the stock department thirty to eight after forty minutes when they killed four penalties goaltender Carey price was yet again solid in this one pushing aside a total of forty three shots L. A. Larry here in Montreal

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"dominique ducharme" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

03:51 min | 4 months ago

"dominique ducharme" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"The wing, taking Alex's tuck spot all kinds of movement making around the one thing that stays the same. Marches. So Carlson and Smith the second line, Yeah, in in Thomas, no sick. He hasn't played since Game two of the opening series against the Minnesota wild and undisclosed injury, forcing him out of the last 13 games. So it'll be interesting to watch how long perhaps tuck stays up there. As the top line centre. If he's effective, you mentioned the ice time as well there, but certainly things to watch where the Vegas Golden Knights are concerned. The Montreal Canadians coming in with a great deal of momentum coming off the win. They've started good in each of the last couple of games so much focus on Vegas's starts in the first two games of this series. Can we expect them to have a better start tonight? With all those changes in their lineup? Well, you know what throat the entire playoffs. Vegas has struggled from start. Just take a look at their personnel. They're big and they're fast, but it takes him a while to get up to speed and what normally happens with gold differential, not Real good in the first period for Vegas, But then 2nd and 3rd. It gets better and better. They steamroll you were that size and speed. But early on one thing, Montreal deserves a whole bunch of credit. They're coming out of the gate there extra aggressive. We touched on it last game Johnny before the game. Everyone wants to score first. But do you change your approach to do so? I think Montreal has the first two games. They are extra extra. On that first man in with second man right there. Two men on the fore check. They're not backing off. What is that doing? Taking away time from Vegas to get the puck out of their own zone. Of course, the storyline and the lead for this game three is no Dominique Ducharme. The interim head coach for the Montreal Canadians testing positive for Covid on a test that was administered yesterday in Vegas That was reiterated by a follow up test earlier this afternoon in Montreal. How big of an effect or any effect? Do you expect that to have on this hockey game? You know what? I'm just going back to when I played? You know what All the preparation is done before the game starts. It's done. You know what your responsibilities are now again enter game. I think Luke Richardson, who will be taking over his head coach, he will have decisions to make as far as Do you change the aggressiveness of your four check when you have a lead when you're trailing, Do you become more? You make those system changes during the game As far as when do you double shift the line? Well, that might come into his mind. Maybe he'll do it differently. Ducharme. Each guy has different strengths and weaknesses. He might go at it a different way We touched on it a while ago. I think the matchups situations and face offs that doesn't change. I've gone into many games where the coaches said if you're on the ice against the line, you're not supposed to be on the ice against. We've talked about the matchups. Get off. As soon as possible. You know that it becomes automatic. You don't need a coach to tell you to do it. Yeah, As a member of the coaching staff, you know the matchups that the staff wants to have really no big difference there. One difference, however. We saw a wild atmosphere in Vegas. 3500 is the limit to attendance tonight at the Bell Centre. It's the largest arena in the league. It holds over 21,000. It's going to be a very different atmosphere to say the list. It's certainly well now Montreal is used to it. Vegas is used to it going back to the regular season. Not so much into the playoff situation. I think all the talk about the fans. It is so important to have them there. I do not think It hurts the road team as much as it helps the home team. I think the home team does get an emotional lift from their home crowd. Montreal will get a bit here. But again, you're mentioning 3500 big difference from 21,000 for the record, the records Montreal at home in these playoffs three to Vegas on the road three and three. In conjunction with NBC Sports..

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Montreal Canadiens Interim Coach Dominique Ducharme Tests Positive for COVID-19

Drive Time Sports

01:23 min | 4 months ago

Montreal Canadiens Interim Coach Dominique Ducharme Tests Positive for COVID-19

"The storyline and the lead for this game three is no Dominique Ducharme. The interim head coach for the Montreal Canadians testing positive for Covid on a test that was administered yesterday in Vegas That was reiterated by a follow up test earlier this afternoon in Montreal. How big of an effect or any effect? Do you expect that to have on this hockey game? You know what? I'm just going back to when I played? You know what All the preparation is done before the game starts. It's done. You know what your responsibilities are now again enter game. I think Luke Richardson, who will be taking over his head coach, he will have decisions to make as far as Do you change the aggressiveness of your four check when you have a lead when you're trailing, Do you become more? You make those system changes during the game As far as when do you double shift the line? Well, that might come into his mind. Maybe he'll do it differently. Ducharme. Each guy has different strengths and weaknesses. He might go at it a different way We touched on it a while ago. I think the matchups situations and face offs that doesn't change. I've gone into many games where the coaches said if you're on the ice against the line, you're not supposed to be on the ice against. We've talked about the matchups. Get off. As soon as possible. You know that it becomes automatic. You don't need a coach to tell you to do it. Yeah, As a member of the coaching staff, you know the matchups that the staff wants to have really no big difference there. One

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"dominique ducharme" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

03:50 min | 4 months ago

"dominique ducharme" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"This will probably see more ice time and he has been maybe the most effective forward for Vegas in this series against the Canadians. Now the negatives will be He's changing position. Will he still be able to get that speed up through the neutral zone as a sentiment who normally starts way deeper in the defensive zone, then a winger does so really be able to build up that speed. Coming in to this game. When you take a look at the entire playoffs and you take a look at rush chances. Alex Tuck gets the third most rush chances of any player in this playoff. So will that be effective? Will he be so tied to playing defense Going reverse again on his line, though, is Mark Stone. He was a Selke Trophy candidate last year, he might win it this year as the best defensive forward. So will those defensive responsibilities go to Mark Stone? All these things are question marks, and does it affect the flow of a certain shift Overall, Once you get going once you get a year zone. I don't think there's a big difference and again with three guys loading up the lines for Vegas, it might help get those other two guys going. Having said that, will the sink be there? Will the three guys working together? Allow them to leave his own? Which speed an attack? Well, and you and I commented in the last game. We really like the way that Vegas gets speed generated, particularly four tuck. They'll do a regroup in the neutral zone. Let him head back into the defensive zone, Rev it up and make a little bump passed to him that has been effective. Talking with the the Golden Knights players before the game with the media today, they all say that it's not a huge adjustment. Any forward who is the first forward in is the F one. So the the adjustment isn't that much other than taking face offs. The big news of the day, though, no Dominique Ducharme on the Montreal bench as a player, Foxy reached this point in the season. You're in the Final four. Does it matter who's tapping you on the shoulder? Doesn't matter. The voice you're hearing from behind you on the bench. I think line changes. No, I think matchups that's predetermined before the game, and it's communicated. Some coaches make it automatic meaning if you're the defensive sentiment, sleep the no. And you see, Alex talked over the board. You don't even wait for the coach to say anything. You're ready for a change. If you're on the ice against Alex Tuck, and you're not Philippe, then no. As soon as you get the opportunity, you're going to the bench. That's predetermined, and that's communicated before the game even starts, So you know that I don't think that will be effective faceoffs. Filipinos taking all the face offs in the defensive zone. Right. That's what they want. That's predetermined unless it's an icing and the can't make a change. He'll be out there. No coach has to tell him that the areas that it may affect this In game system adjustments that you might make. Montreal started the games to 12 to 4. Checkers Hard, hard hard when they get lead. They back off 1 to 2. Only one guy. Does the coach make those decisions? Yes, so that will fall on Luke Richardson. And will he make the same decisions that DuCharme might have made? Also when you double shift a line That's a decision made in game by the head coach. Well, now it's up to Luke Richardson. Will he follow the normal rotation that Dominique Ducharme was doing? So those are the areas in game system adjustments? Yes, it will be an issue but overall matchups. What's going on that way Faceoffs, not an issue. Things will keep an eye on throughout this game three a pivotal Game three in the semifinals. Final fours Historically in a 11 series, the team that wins Game three goes on to win the series 78% of the time, Teddy Johnny and Jim. Great stuff. Looking forward to your call Face off, coming up little past the top of the hour from the Bell center coming back, We'll give you a closer look at the Canadians and the Golden Knights matchup. In conjunction with NBC Sports. You're listening.

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"dominique ducharme" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:58 min | 4 months ago

"dominique ducharme" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"S open, Eric Hosmer. It's gonna be good to get caught up with him. That's coming up at 11 40. Get you a sports update. Just clean this thing up a little bit. Get straight with it and get you the latest on this Friday morning. Here it is. Here is Andrew bogus. Sh See me? Yes for sports flag. Jim. The Celtic overhaul continues with Brad Stevens first move as president. He is reportedly dealing Kemba Walker in the 16th pick to the thunder for Al Horford in Young seven footer Moses Brown. The swap could reportedly saved the Celtics as much as $32 million. We already have a game seven for the Nets and Bucks tomorrow, we could get to more tonight, the Sixers trying to stay alive in Atlanta. And the Jazz are to stay alive in L. A. The Clippers remain without the injured Kawai Leonard 36 Golfers finished Round one this morning. Now we're on around two of the U. S. Open at Torrey Pines, Louis Eustace in Russell Henley and Richard Bland share deleted four under par Rice into Shambo, still a plus to Dustin Johnson's one over Rory McIlroy won under Brooks kept a and Phil Mickelson among those with afternoon. Tea times. Montreal Canadians said coach Dominique Ducharme is isolating at home after irregularities with his covid testing. Ducharme is fully vaccinated Game three with Vegas tonight at eight Eastern Match number two today at euro, 2020. The Czech Republic and Croatia are scoreless in the 34th million. Sweden has already beaten Slovakia. One Nothing England and Scotland Square off at three Eastern. I'm Andrew. Bogus. Hey, it's Tiki Barber of Tiki and Tierney Tune in today. Three Eastern Noon Pacific. There are some real problems ruling in Dallas, as Luca seems disgruntled. What gives Fine. Why should your radio have all the fun? Just say hey, Google play extra sports 1300..

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"dominique ducharme" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:00 min | 4 months ago

"dominique ducharme" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"The hour. Big head bets coming up at 10 40 were on the NBA were on the NHL run the U. S open Eric Hosmer. It's gonna be good to get caught up with him. That's coming up at 11 40. Let's get you a sports update. Just clean this thing up a little bit. Get straight with it and get you the latest on this Friday morning. Here it is. Here is Andrew Bo Gish. CBS Sports flag. Jim. The Celtic overhaul continues with Brad Stevens first move as president. He is reportedly dealing Kemble Walker in the 16th pick to the thunder for Al Horford in Young seven footer Moses Brown. The swamp could reportedly saved the Celtics. As much as $32 million. We already have a game seven for the Nets and Bucks tomorrow, we could get to more tonight. The Sixers trying to stay alive in Atlanta and the Jazz are to stay alive in L. A. The Clippers remain. Without the injured Kawai Leonard 36 Golfers finished Round one this morning. Now we're on around two of the U. S. Open at Torrey Pines, Louis Eustace in Russell Henley and Richard Bland share deleted. Four under par priced into Shambo still plus two Dustin Johnson's one over Rory McIlroy won under Brooks kept to and Phil Mickelson among those with afternoon. Tea TIMES. Montreal Canadian said coach Dominique Ducharme is isolating at home after irregularities with his covid testing. Ducharme is fully vaccinated Game three with Vegas tonight at eight Eastern Match number two today at euro 2020. The check Republican Croatia are scoreless in the 34th million. Sweden has already beaten Slovakia one Nothing England and Scotland Square off at three Eastern. I'm Andrew. Bogus. Hey, it's Tiki Barber of Tiki and Tyranny Tune in today. Three Eastern Noon Pacific. There are some real problems ruling in Dallas, as Luca seems disgruntled. What gives? Yes. What's going on, Everybody. This is Jr. Join me here on CBS Sports Radio for.

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