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"eichel" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast
"It was it was fun. I think they're gonna have a huge financial impact on the league this year. You think like i do that. It's vegas and seven other teams in the west and will kind of see where this all works in the pacific division. So i shut it to make predictions but i think they're gonna have a huge financial impact on the league. Yeah my only question about seattle is. Who's gonna score the goals like defense sher- the goaltending sure who's scorned goals on this. Low morgan geeky obvious. Apparently it's going to be the mortgage geeky show and listen You know everybody's feeding pass their players you looking here and say okay if mccain has a career year if you know donskoy who've seen go super cold but also go super hot can have year if alexander van berg can finally figure it out in turn it around you know jaden schwartz can pop it set for this team. It's almost like vegas right. And a lot of ways for this team to be successful in year one is a lot of forwards at half the have career years. You're right like how many teams are going to score in that division. I think the same score score. Vancouver's listened to vancouver has got three scoring lines. Now while the gotta get those two guys in right once those two guys two guys. I think that vancouver's gonna scoring vancouver's and improved team. I think los angeles has the potential to score we know edmonton is gonna fill the net anaheim. I think was the second lowest scoring team in the nhl ass season. Calgary didn't bring in anyone that's going to pop the offense at all. We know gonna be a lot of to win games. Yup at the saddledome can't see the san jose sharks so there's a couple they do like three. Maybe four teams that. I can see scoring in that device. It the same way. Vegas gonna score edmondson's score. I'm with you once everybody's signing in place i think vancouver's gonna score anaheim's not calgary's not so my question is what are la and san. Jose going to be i think. La can score. I think la can score goals. I think they can. But we'll see so i see this as a division where as darryl sutter says. It's a three two league. You're going to have a lot of three. Two games and seattle could win those. I think whoever wins those. Whoever in that division wins three two games is going to be in the playoffs. Already though you mentioned the financial impact of the seattle cracking you can't keep you. Can't you can't keep the merchandise in the shops out of a pandemic that is not insignificant. I've heard that they believe they're going to be pretty close to pre pandemic levels. I'm not sure the full season which was five point zero nine billion. But i think they're optimistic and i think seattle's very big part of that too breeding could check. I haven't heard as much on the weekend. I think ottawa here has kind of gotten i heard this short term deals like they weren't even close the two sides they did discuss short term. And i just heard it didn't go very well. I'm always wary of saying this stuff because one phone call could change anything. I can do this. But i heard that the long term like i said. I don't think they were that far and overall dollars but were they were disagreeing was on bonus structure potentially trade protection. And you know. Ottawa knows that they're going to have a big deal for students. Lay here at some point. I think they want to hold it down. Eugene melnyk remember a couple years ago. He made that crack about the lease and how they blew their salary cap. I think he's sitting there saying there's a limit to what we can do. But we'll see i was going to say how much of this If you're brady trucks cam if you're gonna commit long-term to the ottawa senators you wanna know what they are spending their money on and how much they're going to spend. I do believe that has come up in conversation is chalk. Wants to know what the long term i like. I think one of the reasons that dj smith got an extension first of all dj. Smith's a really good coach. I think we all feel that way. He's a really good coach for that team. But i think brady chuck made very clearly. Legs likes dj smith and auto like okay. We're not fooling around with this. We agree in. Let's get it done. But i do think that's come up is what's auto we're going to do and ottawa's saying look where we have. Some other stations are going to have to do here. And i do believe this is all part of the conversation. Okay so you mentioned. Travis hammond a couple of seconds ago. And maybe there's some thought that perhaps he may decide to opt out of this season. The new jersey devils have an unknown unvaccinated player as well Described as someone substantial to the lineup. I wanna say this vote. Corey mass athletic. He wrote that story as carefully as anyone could ever write it true. If i ever had to write that story. I would want to write it that way. And i can't speak to your corey's reasons for naming or not naming the player. I don't like to speak for other people aside for myself. But i just wanted to say that the tack he took it. I thought it was extremely well done. So what happens here. Is this another potential opco. Is this no. I don't i don't think so. You know one of the things that i have heard is that there wasn't appointment scheduled at at one point but the player you know just know decided. He wasn't ready or comfortable at that point in time. You know. i don't know where it's going to go like i had some people tell me that in edmonton ken holland did an unbelievable job. He had three players pretty.
"eichel" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast
"It's going to get and you know what's going to happen some day. Jeff it's going to end up in court now. I think the law. I shouldn't say this because for every lawyer can get another lawyer. I've had plenty of lawyers. Tell me that the cba probably supersedes everything. But it doesn't mean you don't get that challenge right That's going to be. The only recourse at some point is to go to court. Let me. I've never ask you this question. Do you have a sense. Of how many teams feel the same way. The sabers do a boat this surgeries. I think there are some like. That's the thing that i'm wondering about. Now is are the buffalo sabres. The only ones that would behave like this with michael. I don't know that. I don't know that i i really don't i will say this that. I definitely think that the league one victory here in negotiations that i don't think people realize the ramifications at the time. Yeah i think everybody does now and whoever negotiates the next. Cba four the players. That's going to be a major point for them now. I've had teams. Tell me like the buffalo sabres have eighty million dollars invested in jack eichel we can certainly understand that. Eighty million invested in someone. You have a right to say okay. We're not comfortable with this. Like i said it's really competent. But my business this he's injured legitimately during h. l. game and there are teams here. I believe who are legitimately interested in trading for eichel have been involved in discussions with eichel. Who feel that. They don't have all of the information. So what you said. It's the chicken and the how can you make the best possible. Offer jack eichel until you know exactly what all the doctors are saying. So my goal here is to suggest something and says how can we break this logjam. I think the first logjam should be. The teams can see his records to the face. Quinn hughes elliot's pederson. Last seen in michigan brady chuck last seen in michigan as well all skating together all stand together all hanging out. He what's going on anything on hughes pederson good chuck. We should know about. And i'll preface by saying i wonder if i brought it up a put a month and a half ago here on the podcast offer sheets again. I wonder if not so much for pederson but for brady could chuck and it's the Akinyemi one year big doe. I haven't heard that if it's there. I haven't heard it. Vancouver is the team. That's been the most paranoid about that. With patterson yeah. But i don't know who can do it now so again. These things can all change with one phone call. I think pederson hughes heard that vancouver felt that they had made a really fair offer to hughes on short term like a three year deal. I don't think they were inclined to move very much on a three year deal. I think they feel that they made a very legitimate offer. And i don't know if they're that to move on three years now hughes hang on him one quick on patterson. Are we talking about carrillo. Capris off money a little bit less. I think it's less like i think it's more than barzel. I think it's less than capris up. But i'm talking about the bridge deal not talking about the term deal. I've said that on the turn deal. I think they should go for ranan. Like that's what i would do. If i was vancouver now hughes i know what you're gonna say to me jeff because i have i have mine power i can read your mind. Go for it. you are going to say. Has anything changed since razzmatazz delete signed the my right cresskill amazing this. Yes i know at some point today. You're going to brush your teeth. That's a very bold prediction. Okay so i do think. The dallying contract has changed the terminology. they're deli. Obviously for those of you are not familiar. Signed three times six. I believe vancouver's offer to hughes before deliang signed was in the fives. I think vancouver knows they're going to have to move that up. I think on a six year deal. Which i think was discussed for hughes at some point. They were obviously higher than the six. They were probably in the sevens. But i do think they knew they had to adjust up after what deli got. Now there's another issue in vancouver and that is hammock and i'm really wondering if at the very least hammock is considering opting out this year. The has to decide bhai y over for october. I i looked it up four. I decided to do actual preparation for this podcast. Okay october. i is the deadline. Which is next friday. There's rumors that you might retire. There's rumors that he'd still might play. I'm wondering if he might opt out. All i heard was that when i last spoke to someone about it before the weekend i was told this is still going to take a few days to sort itself out now. The danger is saying it and then everything changes after we dropped it but i think all options are on the table here but i think the are wondering if there's a possibility that hamic won't play you didn't play in the bubble two years ago so all of this is very much in the air and the thing that that could do to jeff is. It could change. They're going to have to go find a d. If that's the case but i think there also could open up even more cap room for them to do what they need to do. And jeff wall. We're talking about the kabq. Say i haven't checked the connects twitter yet but while we were recording this they lost their first exhibition season cracking in the first ever game in franchise history. Yes and i'm sure everybody is reacting extremely calmly. Everybody is keeping a very level headed ones being vancouver right now. Even though the crack of drawn first blood in the the rivalry between seattle and vancouver first goal riley sheahan we should mansion for his goal rally riley shan first goal for preseason goal for the For the seattle crack in a big second period them three goals in the third salted away. Five three is the final. Listen so far. It's a good story. All around and seeing those colors on the ice is outstanding. Seeing the colors. Mix this scene. Those colors mixed with vancouver. Think is gorgeous as well to me just visually. That was a really cool game. Regardless of the score in the play and who looked good and who look bad i just think the visually the way those the colors of these two teams mixed just looked fantastic. Elliot i agree with you. I thought it looked rates and when they came out in the warm up with a crack in twenty-one shirts all of them wearing that it was just an excellent touch..
"eichel" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast
"But this really is. This really is an excellent piece. And i hope they get the green light from other teams to boot. Oh by the way before we go on the rest of the ahl. Yeah on friday. Max had a day off from school k and we went out to charlie's to pick some apples. I used to go to chili's when i was a kid. Oh my god. That's the best apple firm and I met one employee. There named riley bruce and riley was kind enough to provide us with an apple crumble. And i got one for each of the two of you. Excellent because when i'm talking about the stuff in public i don't like to reveal how selfish i truly am. So there's an apple crumble. Coming for the two of you guys to thank you riley. I haven't been to charlie's for some time but as it goes a kid. Every single year was an annual tradition in our family. Do they still have the big barn. And the hey jump. That was always thrilled to me as a second story at the barn and jumping into this platform of a. I did not see that. If it's there i didn't see it all right very good but the apples still good. Oh my god. I've had so many apples in the last couple of days. I'm i'm i'm apple tonic. Charlie's brings back great memories going with mom and dad to the nhl. It was the story of the summer will be. The story of the fall will be the story of the winter. When will this story end jack. Eichel and the buffalo sabres. You know a so. Obviously we saw the first big story already that he failed the physical. And yep you know as you know. We'd reported they took away the captaincy and you know now will kind of see where this goes. you know. i'll tell you this. I as as kevin adams said teams are still calling them. I just don't know how this is going to happen you know. They've admitted that they hoped they could solve it through rest. But that's not the case. There's still a- surgery here and they haven't agreed on it. You know one of the things that happens here is that once. The puck drops. They've gotta pay him because he's injured. Yep so i think teams are wondering if he hasn't accepted their medical opinion. Everybody's sitting here saying what's going to happen and people are wondering to me are the sabers going to suspend them so they don't have to pay him you know if they suspend him. He doesn't get surgery. are they. Going to argue to toll the contract which means that you know. the year doesn't come off. it's kind of like the alexi ashe thing and you know. I think it's some point time. I've been thinking about this a lot this weekend. Because i wanted to address this on the podcast. I think the h. l. has to step in here i do. I understand that the h. l. wants to protect the rules of the cva. I get that that is their goal but at the end of the day. I don't think it's a good look for your league when you have a star player like this and a team. That can't agree on this and this player. Who is a star player. Who can drive. A franchise is in some ways held back from playing because they can't agree on a surgery like i understand the rules the cba. This was negotiated. If it was my body. I'd be furious but the other thing here is i think this is one thing i think the. Nhl can do and that is say. Okay if jack eichel agrees. And i think jack eichel would agree. Everybody should be able to see his medicals. Like saint louis and tarasenko. Anyone could have seen the medicals correct if anyone has seen. Eagles medicals aside from the sabers. I don't know it now. I've checked and people have told me that other teams haven't seen it and people have told me that other teams they don't know if other teams have seen it. I haven't had to this point. Definitively tell me that multiple teams or a ton of teams have been able to see it. So i think at the very least jeff i believe that the teams if as long as eichel approves the leash say let everyone see it because the longer this goes on because at some point in time you're gonna say more and more. This is unfair. This is not fair because the key thing remember here is jack. Eichel was injured playing hockey. It's not like he was on a snowmobile jumping over cliffs. This is a player who was injured on ice legitimately in the national hockey league. And this shouldn't happen. I understand the sabers position but he could be playing now. Potentially if he'd gone the other route. So jeff what i say is i think it's incumbent upon everybody else involved here to say we have to find a way to do this because it's not good for the sport. It's not good for the league. And i think the start is make his medical records available to all the teams so they can see the doctors on both sides of the equation. Yes and no about his surgery are talking about here. Complicating this though is what kind of deal. Can the buffalo sabres make given that. This is an unhealthy hockey player. And this is still in many people's eyes surgery that he wants to have the disc replacement you've talked about this many times in so many different places is still considered risky by some. And i know that. If you're gonna make a trade for jack eichel you have to be fine with the surgery. But not necessarily i think some teams have indicated that they would but they don't know for sure i can't see a team saying yeah we'll give you xyz for jack eichel We wanted to have the fusion surgery. I think you're right. There's some teams that are saying. They just they'd be inclined to let him do it but they just don't know right so i think at the very least seen a few different doctors see all the reports. See the ones from the guy. We interviewed who say do it. Give them the buffalo ones. Who say don't do it if there's any independent specialists you've seen let them see it. Let the teams have their doctors look at it because maybe that's a better chance of someone stepping up and saying you know what buffalo will make this deal because our doctors believe this can work like someone said to me. What if eichel doesn't get surgery and this gets punted to next summer. Well here's what i'm thinking for an. Oh no it's none of this is good for anyone because Jackals not playing hockey The buffalo sabres aren't making the trade that they want. Jack does not going to another tailgates bag. This is situation is bad for every single person. Involved every league team fan base and this is just all bad. Only thing about this is. You're right the boat to drop here. I think we're already at the play because listen. He's not going to get out of the fusion surgery or the disc replacement and in three weeks time he looked. Jack goes back on the ice here. I don't think any foolish to expect that. I think we're starting to already considering that. Both sides are still loggerheads. No one is stepping in. Nothing happened over the summer. Aren't we already starting to look at this. Being another wasted year for jack eichel and what it comes down to for me is that the player was legitimately injured in a game. Right game against the allender. Kiosks zeke as little anymore. Call it a crosscheck shove from behind into the glass and that was it like. He's not injured. Like i said like jumping over cliffs the snowmobiler in a summer going out and doing 'em may training with george saint-pierre getting hurt like you have to protect players. Who get hurt legitimately in games and this is a unique situation. Like i've said. I had someone told me it's been around the legal longtime he said. This is the most complicated when he's ever heard. And i understand that the sabers have the protection of the cbi but the longer this goes on.
"eichel" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports
"She didn't have to say that ran the oldies. You did but out here anyway. Real estate law now is because i know my house real estate law now is you must disclose right. You must so it's become kind of comical. So here's the deal with eichel He's not very good with the fans. Okay if we use your your nephew as an example you got some very good defense. Not very good in the room or on the ice. No chemistry there the team. That's no good. He's got probably a neck problem but a serious one okay. Here's nicb can't turn his head side to side that may affect his play any failed. The physical mcgahey came in fact brick and saw however. Now let's go open those floodgates with the offers okay. Why wanted time. We're gonna get one at a time plays. We'll take take your time. And i'll tell you what it good make your offer good because we're gonna say you're absolutely right across the board and then on top of that. It's ten million dollars a year. And i think it's four more years or something like that. It's like if. I'm a rival. Gm and i have interest in jackal. Still that might be it. Might be i take them off your hands right. That's it. i what i what my risk is. I have to give this guy ten million dollars a year for the rest of his long contract here. And there's a really good chance that he might not become the same player if he is able to continue at all the for the first five boxes. You wanna tic stevie good guy in you know with the fans healthy beautiful at the players supportive and all that no. There's there's no no no check marks the first five bucks okay. The other shit we can deal with you. Know he's a little late for practice once in a while. You know like that little little needy at the hotel. Whatever steve you know literally on the ice once not bad not bad. We can get away with that. He's jack so well. Good luck to jack. Eichel in the sabers figuring that whole thing out and getting on the same page in getting a deal done and all that but jack eichel is he no longer has the c. Which means you have to spell his last name f. hell e hell now. The sea has gone from idaho. No no i don't ask. you should do stephen. Which team should pick them up. Who's at the auto red blacks okay. That's what they should do and talking about the red blacks there historically bad. Pr dorian thinks. The senators are going to be Well rebuild his over. We'll get into that coming up after these words with dozens of huge insurance companies fighting for your business rates.
"eichel" Discussed on Bruins Beat
"It all come into the Bruins game on the honest media. My name is Evan Mera Dost here because we're having a great day a great week, it is. August development Camp is underway the season, is weirdly right around the corner? We're not right around wage. I mean I guess it's training. Camp begins in September so about another month. But feels like it's right around the corner in a normal year, be kind of right around the corner. But at any rate on today's show off was very, very focused on the position of Center. Obviously Connor and I discussed David krejci has departure what it means for the replacement should be and I brought up a point that I think's pretty good. Maybe they could be better than before with different things. Obviously losing great. She makes you worse but because of some depth signings maybe that helps you out a little bit more in areas that you really needed some help in bath. I don't know, we kind of discussed everything pretty far at length. Another thing we talked about Jack eichel, I don't know if you guys have seen what's going on in Buffalo, we went over it. It's been a mass. A complete mess. Is there a chance? The Bruins benefit from that mess? Bruins already took their star left-winger and Taylor Hall, took their starting goalie and Lita so Mark, could they take their franchise sentiment often discussed? Before we get into this episode though? One thing that is a very safe bet, it's an exciting time of year around the Sports World, the Red Sox are playing Patriots, training, camp this year. And soon the Brewers the Celtics will be back and even if you haven't made it back to Fenway, just yet, you can still be in on the action at BetOnline, no matter how the schedules change, or.
"eichel" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast
"Don't argue about this. We do this because at the end of the day. My responsibilities to get jack. I think best for him in the context of his case and as the one of the best players that kid deserves you know this option and if she chose the fusion i disagree with it but i totally get it and i would. I would back him for it. Because that's his choice and if he said you know. I don't want to be the first guy in hockey to get this and in that worries me and you got it no problem and have had it. But it's not the case. The case is this is a smart man with teeth smart family. Who's done his research. And he's a great person and i just don't know how job can get in such a way of getting the right surgery for their wellbeing zone. Status ally becomes out. Dow i inside..
"eichel" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast
"He's got a used his position since he's gonna lose that if he gets in a fusion when you use the spine like it's hard to know where your head is on top of shoulders. It's very interesting. You mentioned that. Because that's one of the things i did want to ask you about. The idea of and this happens to use a lot better than i do with athletes. When you're hesitant in play because you're not sure about your body that can lead to further injury. You know the idea that you know close are at its best function when you don't notice you're wearing them. What has been the feedback from athletes going back into their sport after a having the surgery. And be doing the rehab you know. It's very rare in life. Surgeons say this. This is one of those operations. They wake up from surgery and they want to hug you. It is extremely effective. It's extremely safe. Of course things happen but nonetheless not only does it translate into directly. Post operative excellent outcomes from my standpoint but the speed with which they can get back to sport in six weeks the excellent way that they can continue their training to continue to handle more load do higher speeds and then at six weeks or eight weeks if they're in shape start contact. It's been excellent from a performance standpoint especially in mma fighters like the amount of what's called appropriate section or position sense of the head relative to the body is critical or you get knocked out. This is a term called neural mechanical coupling. It's the coupling of the system of the brain and the body that needs to work as symphony Such that your wind instruments pay perfectly with your brass instruments. And if one person's playing off tune will then the music sounds horrible. Well that's the brain being the conductor. Such that every body part works to jack eichel's music will you tip put a fusion in there. I'll tell you like that is disrupted very wilkerson of very bright doctor from your received tennessee police. A lot of papers on musculoskeletal injury after head injuries and neck injuries because people lose their position sense of the rest of their body. So you want to make jack eichel as close of identical twin project. Eichel is after the surgery in by restoring a same or very close in under the motion to a person that now you take out a pain. That's your best bet. I'm very confident with that. And the anime fighters bat will definitely corroborate that as will the rugby players the buffalo news to see a piece on a couple of weeks ago where they interviewed a doctor. Mettler who's in raleigh just locally and his question was a lot of professional athletes have used this procedure for the lower back with relatively good results was as quote. Patients improved about eighty four percents of cases. That's the lower back but we're not talking about the lower back here the fact that it's the neck area is that any more of a concern. It's much less of a concern. And i don't know any professional hockey or football player. That has the lumbar. But i think honestly bringing that up like this is a whole different set of circumstances and the physics of the low back versus the physics of the the head. the low back is a load bearing segment. It handles weight of motion. Bearing segment is what the neck is used for. These are extremely extremely effective in the neck and every study will show it. I mean it has shown to be not only the same as the fusion but has now surpassed it in outcomes so i don't know what parallel he's making or why. I don't know professional. Nfl or nhl players. That have that. I don't even know really how we could use that. In a academic way to make a just decision about a human being. I've examined i've taken care of and that i recommend what i've recommended. I respected understand the element to good option. But it's inferior in this case barring this one question of hate those added. Nhl are well. That's fine but chris wiedeman and others Had the same choice and it's not like they had a rolodex of people they could call to say. How am i going to do in this. And the fact is is as a doctor. I gotta look at the whole picture. I mean i don't wanna see jack eichel because we defaulted to a surgery. She did not want want that again. He off is a great option. And that when he's sixty taking care of his grandchildren he's had fusions up and down the spine maybe has difficulty swallowing etcetera. And it's my job to make sure that he not only performs in a safeway but he wants to performance him and that he has someone although he doesn't know the importance of how when we get older. How important your function is like. I have to be his advocate for that and if anyone says a fusion is better for someone in the long run they are not telling the truth or they don't know the literature you couple of quick conversations and cursory gloss of the internet when it comes to the two things that jump out for me as you mentioned you know. Long-term won the chance for arthritis and to progressive weakness as well two things. What am i leaving out when it comes along term effects of the a. c. d. f. And what do you see as long-term effects for disc replacement the long term effects for fusion all to do with once you again fused to a part of the spine at the adjacent level takes up the stress therefore if you double the amount of forces in the given day of someone you're going to over double the force on the jason levels so it's a fulcrum right now. You have a fulcrum right next to a fuse non-mobile segment. You can't just take up the slack. Like you know a whip or a snake does instead. You have a very stiff. You know bamboo. You know trunk that's now adjacent to the joint which will put pressure on so in the long term it will degenerate faster. You will potentially need twenty five percent chance every ten years that you're going to need another fusion and that doesn't mean it stops there if you do a fusion in ten years you reset the clock twenty five percent chance on another fusion so now. You're taking this decision today of well. We really assessing the risks today of one surgery. Or should we be telling jack jack just so you know it will most likely be three surgeries before your elderly and we should talk about all of those complications in risks. Where when you look at the artificial disc it offloads the adjacent level. It becomes mobile. You know now that mobility gets to distribute the load and the motion and the performance on around is back so there is no adjacent levels or segment problems. So it's a one and done surgery. Most of the time I think that the ten year follow up study showed somewhere in the four point. eight percent. Re operation rate for an eighty are relative to in the twenties For ucf is there any danger of the discs moving or anything like that you have to go back in and fix something like that alleged. You brought that up so when you look at these. Obviously if something's still moving you don't want it to dislocate or fail or break and you know once abon uses that level is protected. But that's not the risk that you've just occurred in the patient it's the level above and below that are moving and disc could herniated. And that's what happened in patients who played in the nfl for two three years. They had injuries to their neck and the adjacent level herniated so in the artificial disc. Yet you don't have that problem and the artificial disc allows for movement that's natural and it shares the load so when it doesn't work i have never had any of them fail or break. I have had to replace about five of them. Because despite my best efforts and rays they still heard or there was some other problem of guess what the salvage procedure is. It's a fusion so at the end of the day. Jack's worst day is well. We converted to fusion. People can point the finger at me. Which i'm flying with but on the other hand the reality is there's not a lot of catastrophic injury we've operated navy seals special ops. They get sent back six weeks. It can be fighting by eight weeks so we have a really really good track record. We just don't have a track record in the nhl but we have no catastrophic injuries abroad..
"eichel" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast
"Standpoint. That's great but from this young adult standpoint. That's not optimal. And i think that he would perform better safer. I think you'll have a better outcome. I think that he'll be more of the natural athletes. He is restoring the motion he earned from all of his workouts and all of his brain body connections will what's restore the motion so he can perform at the league. He does so the fact that it hasn't been done in. Nhl hockey player. It has been done in hockey players. Just not in the nhl is important. Because i don't think that's an argument or you would never make medical advances in any rhyme or reason. This is not an experimental procedure. This is established in the literature. The artificial disc of being superior to the cf the differences in the nfl nada nhl. They studied this infusion and they have shown that a you know you have over seventy percent return to play in a different sport in different mindset in a different way that you use your neck. They've said that that's safe. And that's established. Were once a doctor can rely on the literature their liability gets sort of diffused and it's also helpful to know that hey my peers are thinking the same that still does not mean that had the same doctors that are saying. Ac diaw if it was a kid they would want in my opinion artificial disc. No that's notwithstanding the nhl issues. He's going through. But it is exactly what i would give my kid and it would be exactly what i would get if i was in tackles shoes. I just want a bit more doctor about hockey players who've had it before. Can you go a bit more in depth on where that is or who that is so we can have a a frame of reference to it. Then we go into the athletes and end up there so just so we're where this is done in published in rugby players for several years. The artificial disc has been put in a mu. Nfc champions who have fought several fights and just mind you getting kicked in the head. They're getting neck cranks. they're getting forces. That are completely different than hockey and their battle-tested in football there hasn't been one with an artificial us. Well i kind of agree with that. And why is that. Well it's because of the type of hit you get. it's a blunt head to head impact. No you can't spear anyone in hockey and when people get quote unquote laid out. You know it's like a whip. I mean they're gets with back and so forth like that's what the artificial disc is made for. It's made to handle motion. It's made to handle those movement. That's why athletes do so good with it. In comparison i will tell you. I would be much more concerned. If i had a fusion patient that got hits why because at impact is being imparted the levels above and below and that is an accelerated risk in fact in one of the studies of nfl players. Should there was about an eighty eighty something percent rate of return to play but they only played an average of one point five years since that there were people that had career ending injuries to the neck that had to stop playing within three years. So it's not a free ride. I mean i don't know why this is such a conclusive you know. Argument in there is. Because heck i mean there's not great literature to say that it's optimal there's let me just say that it's been done in the nfl to answer questions specifically patients that we've done hockey highschool the collegiate level but there has not been anyone in pro. I have done them in. You have see fighters live rugby players. I've done them in on non. Nfl football players. I very confident that. This is a safe implant. And i'm very confident that this is the right choice for jack and most importantly jack like once surgery. It's human rights get surgery. It's it's his body. Is there one or are there a couple of athletes doctor that you're using to guide this process with jack eichel whether it's Football player rugby player. M a fighter. Whomever is there one sort of model that you look at and you say maybe and this is. This is really base here but jack it worked for him and i think it will work for you so the answer is twofold one. If you look at chris wiedeman. Ufc champion yup. And see what he's been through since he had the artificial disc. This is public knowledge. This is not a hip violation. You'll see this thing can take damage rugby players. We have patients that have go out and just get their their heads torn off. We have never had a problem in the industry. I have talked to several engineers from several companies and in these companies. I asked him. Has there ever been a catastrophic injury not reported you know that you find from car accidents or for other sports at that. I would know and they say no. There's very minimal catastrophic injuries that you can point the finger at an artificial disc. It doesn't mean they're not out there but you'd be surprised at how many people in car accidents who unfortunately pass their autopsy shows that the disk is still intact. It's also the experience. I mean once you do this As many times as i have you don't need to be a brain surgeon to figure out like this is a better health choice. And yeah i i don't know what it will be like in l. one hundred percent but nhl player. The ice allows the physics in order for the head to move more freely. Take less impact and importantly like that guy slapshot and the way..
"eichel" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast
"Freely admit this is way out of my depth. But i think it's important for everyone to hear what exactly it is that i would like to pursue and why this is elliott ni- punching above our weight here on thirty one thoughts. Doctor chad press. Mac neurosurgeon talking about jack. Eichel dr press. Mac first of all thank you so much for joining us today and just so we begin with an understanding because elliott aren't doctors. We just play. One here on the podcast. What is the issue with jack eichel. Let's begin there. Thank you for having me on guys. I appreciate the opportunity to explain. This really important story jack. Eichel has a disk in his neck. The disc injury is causing impingement of neurologic structures and it has not responded to conservative care. Meaning that physical therapy therapies sports there be etc he's still symptomatic and follow up. Scans has showed this persistent issue. So i believe there's a unanimous sort of understanding that he needs surgery there are two surgeries That are offered in the neck for this problem. What is called an anterior cervical fusion. That's been around much longer than the second treatment which is newer since the year. Two thousand which is an artificial disc replacement and so the treatments for a lot of disk injuries has to do with going through the front of the neck removing the disk. Which is the problem. And then the question becomes what do you do. After the disk is removed in the first surgery that i talked about the anterior cervical disconnected fusion. Put a little graph in and you then put a plate and screws and you hold those bones together so that it becomes one bone that's sort of fusion. The other option is once that disk is out to put artificial disc in concepts just like an artificial hip artificial knee. It maintains motion ended allows better flexibility. And these were both just you know no. These are both phenomenal procedures. The difference is it's what procedure us in each particular person. And why so. There are a lot of pros and cons either of those procedures. The fusion is a very good success. Rate and the success rates for both of them are in the nineties. However it's been well documented in the literature in a f. sometimes the bones. Don't she'll sometimes you know the screws and instrumentation extreme moods or fails and it then has a bit of a higher complication rate official disc. You're not waiting thirty eight shoes. The neck is already moving. It's just the opposite. You want their neck to moves so you can sorta lubricate that new joint. The most important thing not specific in this case but what was bothering people about the fusion which made such a a pressure on getting this artificial disc to market was there's one problem with fusion that happens later in life and that's because when you restrict motion in a specific disc level fusing safe bones five to six that gives you extra pressure on the discs above and below that's called basant segment breakdown or adjacent segments stress and this is a very key components injects case and in just you know our total outcomes because twenty five percent of patients who've had a fusion need another fusion within ten years in fact it's something like you know after two year follow up you're having double the amount of degenerative disk findings at the above and below level with fusion and you are with the artificial disc. These are big differences because at the end of the day. Every surgery has a risk if one surgery is leading to another surgery and because jackets so young it is more likely than not he will need another fusion. If he is to get that we're artificial disc does not have that issue. In fact the ten year re operation rate for artificial disc is around a four and a half or point five to five percent in comparison to that twenty five percent. So what then we understand from how you're describing the two artificial disc replacement in ac diaw. It sounds like the artificial disc. Replacement is less risky. And obviously as you mentioned there'll be less stress involved. I do wonder about what type of post-surgery issues would there be. Four eichel as an athlete looking to get back is as soon as he could. What type of post-surgery issues or post-surgery rehab would be looking at so they very differently from both of those procedures so let me start with fusion. Remember gold one from the me. Infusion is get the patient out of pain and get that disk off of that spinal cord or nerve. That's why we're doing it the second part. Which is what you do with the joint by stabilizing it. You want that to stay still so like the reason we break our arm and we need to cast the cast needs to keep things still so that the bones have a high propensity to grow right back across where they were fractured from well. The same thing goes into a spine fusion. You remove the disk and you put in a spacer of bone that bone needs to be held in place and held in place means not moved around. That's what the plate is the screwing plate that goes into the front now because the recovery depends on. Okay now. i'm out of pain. Okay now things are off my spinal cord now. I need this thing to fuse. Well you can't do a lot when you're waiting for it to fuse. Sure you can walk you can. Do you know low impact exercises keeping the neck in the stationary region. But at the end of the day you're looking at a valuation in three months in order to see whether that's fuse were doctor. Says you know what you can go out and play and and not worry about the fusion and when you look at the studies like there is a study where someone back to play six weeks after a fusion which is very uncommon but the average when you look at these meta analysis or somewhere in the seven eight nine month range so that's a big difference because the type of post operative instructions. I give to a patient with an artificial disc is almost the opposite. I say move your neck normally right after surgery. We're gonna do. Low impact exercises core exercises physiotherapy for six weeks well at six weeks if the xrays look good. You look good. It's around that time where the bone actually grows into the disc. So it's not gonna come out. Basically go back to playing a return to performance at that time so the dentistry in six weeks six months especially in jack's case because this unfortunately issue is deferred the kid from getting a surgery. And you know this makes a difference. The question that the sabers have brought up repeatedly dr pros. Mac is you know is this has never been done on a hockey player. They don't want to be the first case. How can that concern or that. worry be overcome. I i wanted to say that. I i respect all of the spine at neurosurgeons. Who have weighed in on this. And he's been seen by good doctors. I would also like to comment that the vantage point with which we make decisions as doctors. I have one invested interest. It's the wellbeing today to perform and for the life object legal. That's what's important. And i have to see that three hundred sixty degree view of his future. Because i'm the one that has the experience in having done over thousand of these things. Okay if you're from the vantage point of the sabers or any team for that matter. Just keep it out of the sabers as an enemy teams. It's like well. They have to mitigate risk for their team. I mean it's a business. I believe everyone cares for each other but like sort of glass that they look through as a different color than the one i am. And so that is intrinsically. You have a different decision making process. I obviously can't tell you why or what they're thinking what they do I think a cervical fusion is in excellent option. I don't think is the best option. Four jack nor do. I feel that it is for any hockey player if you ask my opinion now using the statements that's the nhl it's never been done okay..
"eichel" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast
"I'm rolling here. We go coming down in three to an at the heart of the issue between jackal and the buffalo sabres is a surgery that many in hockey considered controversial while others maintain it should be commonplace in the sport as it is in others. Welcome to thirty thousand podcast presented by the gmc sierra at four elliott. Our guest as doctor. Chad press mac. He's a neurosurgeon denver. Colorado and if it were up to him jack eichel would have artificial disc replacement and pro smack. Smack himself would perform the surgery. Yeah this is interview. Jeff chased for a long time. And you know for a while. dr price. Mac was not willing to do it. They wanted to keep it quiet. They didn't want to put it out there. But i guess it's been long enough now that he's finally agreed and as you said he's a neurosurgeon his specializations include the spine and in concussion recovery. And he's also the founder of a data driven human performance center called resilience code in the denver area. Now as you said he would like to perform the disc replacement on jack. Eichel as many of you know out there hockey fans people around the game. The sabres are against this idea and believed to prefer a fusion. Now this is key. And you'll hear dr pro smack referred of this a couple of times under the terms of the cba modified in the summer of twenty twenty. The sabers do have final. Say on the matter the way it's written they have the power and one of the reasons. Buffalo has said no to this point that no. Nhl player has ever had this procedure and return to play so like a lot of fans. We have questions. Why do this. Why would it be better than a fusion. What are the risks geoffrey. You a doctor. No i play one on the podcast. Sometimes though you stated a holiday inn last night. I'm not a doctor either. So we've wanted. Dr mac here to explain and the key thing that we all felt here. Jeff almo- who produces that we wanted it to be on the podcast. I didn't want to write a story about it. We wanted on the podcast so everyone can listen in formulate their own opinion. No editing no tone misunderstood we ask he responds. You know a lot of us following the eichel saga are not qualified in have no clue about the medical dispute. Hopefully you all hear this and have a better. Understanding of what i call is wanting to do okay. Dr prospect did some research into him. He's consulted with the nfl's denver broncos for seventeen years and found some positive reviews into his work. One of the players was a wide receiver. emmanuel sanders has been in the league. Twelve years. I'll play for the buffalo bills another player who credited him with really helping. His neck area was a defensive. End derek wolfe. There was one player. I've found who challenged the diagnosis of his linebacker. Al wilson and wilson pursued a lawsuit a decade ago. Because prospects said he didn't need surgery. Wilson later failed physical with the new york giants when it went to court press. Mac was exonerated. he won the case more. Recently one of the players. I understood held was nolan. Patrick recovering from concussion issues. And i reached out to his agent rich evans. As part of this and evans called patrick who gave dr smack a positive review earlier this year he also performed back surgery on dr mark lindsay. Dr lindsay is well known in the sports world. Chiropractor soft tissue specialist. A lot of players believe in him he's highly sought after a couple years ago. He was a key. Part of connor. Mcdavid recovery from the serious knee injury. And you'll remember that. That was a process that was new at the time. So i was comfortable pursuing dr price mac for the podcast based on all the information We were able to collect about him. Jeff okay and one thing that you will hear over. The course of the interview is the acronym. Ac diaw that stands for interior cervical decompression and fusion. When you hear a cdf. That's what dr press. Mac is referring to and just really know in the notes and on the tweets some of the studies he's referred to. We asked him to send us the links and he had sent them and we include them. So you have more information about that as well. I.
"eichel" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"With the Sabres and what you're hearing from around the NHL pertaining to Jack Eichel and his trade value or what's going on on the trade market with him. Yeah, well, I mean, you know, ongoing right now. I don't think anything is is imminent. Um, At this point and I'll preface it by saying one call blah, blah, blah and change everything in a matter of seconds. But to be honest, I'm anticipating not just cycle but some other big name guys, Duncan, Keith and a few others. I think those deals will happen after the expansion draft. You know whether it happens on draft weekend or the day after the expansion draft to their art, So just also, the preface is so once teams submit Your expansion list. The protection list. On the 17th by five P.m. Eastern. There's a There's a roster freeze. It doesn't preclude teams from being able to continue to have conversations and stuff like that, But there's no activity from a transaction point. That could happen until after the expansion draft concludes. So We're going to see a little pause in action. But teams will still have those conversations. And I think because of the expansion draft teams being aware of their lists and who they have to protect, who they might need to protect I think trades that involve guys like Jack Eichel, even perhaps Sam Reinhart, or harassment, crystalline or whomever else. I think that's likely to occur after the expansion draft, But there are teams still poking around. Trying to see how they can make something work here. You know, we're going to hear stuff still, like the New York Rangers Still being in the mix l a still poking around Anaheim as well. Calgary To a certain extent, even Vegas. As well, Trying to see if there might be something that could be, uh, you know, figure it out there, I think, starting next week as we get close to the expansion draft and closer to the draft itself. I'll be honest. I think that that's when we're going to hear a lot more rumblings with respect to Eichel being moved, but I mean, I just don't see a scenario where it doesn't happen this offseason. Do you feel that with because there's a lot of talk here that that first round pick in this year's draft is going to be a key part in any Jack Eichel trade? That happens? Do you feel that a deal gets done before the draft for Jack Eichel? Or do you think that maybe negotiations would be willing to take a turn in a different way? Where maybe more future assets like next year's first round or even 2023 1st rounder? Could be parts of negotiations going forward it when you get to a scenario that you're dealing with future assets from a draft pick perspective, so at 2022, 1st 2023 or whatever that means. That the the immediate value is being up because you've got to offset the fact you're gonna have to wait another year for a first round pick. So it's entirely possible. I think some teams are trying to utilize Their first rounder this year, as as an asset that could potentially make something work like I look at Columbus, for example, another team that made it blatantly obvious they want to bring in a number one center. They've got first round picks that they're willing to trade. They've got some good prospects as well. I could see them utilizing that dangling that is faith, but For other teams that either don't have a first this year or would rather move it next year. That would mean that the the whether it's the prospect or the NHL ready caliber player Uh, for both would mean that those would be elevated in terms of potential and overall talent again to offset the fact that they're going to wait next year for first year. Okay, So is it possible? Yes. But it's just part of the negotiation process to see how you're going to match your value as much as you can. And we know with the Sabres having first overall if they do roll with own power, which I mean, I think everybody suspects they will Him, you know, staying in college next year. This is going to be a process. It's not going to be immediate turnaround. So I think the Sabres understand that are willing to go through that. So I don't think that at first this year would necessarily be You know 100% needed if the other assets offset the fact that you're pushing off your first round pick for the following season. Do you think there have been any teams that you know of that have that have kind of backed off of The Jack Eichel conversations because of price or injuries Still like with the questions with his neck. Are you hearing anything in terms of teams pulling out of discussions for Jack Eichel trade? Not with respect to the injury, I think It's been made clear to every team. Um, you know what his medical status is and what the options are laid out, moving forward, So I think every team is of the understanding of the options. Health perspective and remedying his issue with this, herniated this, So, uh, I I think that's clear. I think it's more. The price. Just teams kind of backing off a little bit like L A, for example, that we know have been part of this from the get go and have gone back and forth. They're not trading where they made it clear that they they're not trading quit in five fields. So you know if if that changes things for Buffalo, so be it. Ella still going to be there if they want to get in other assets, But they just don't want to trade Quinton by field. Anaheim, the other team out there in Southern California. Has also to a certain extent come back and forth because of the price tag attacks. They're not trading egress. They don't want to trade Drysdale, either..
Tarasenko Asks Blues for Trade, Front Office Looks for Trade Partner
"Tarasenko in ST Louis. And, you know funny enough. It's It's injury disagreement. Um, they he thinks they've botched his surgery a couple times and haven't allowed him to recover properly or whatever, so he wants to leave. And you know, I got a couple people asking me like you want to trade Eichel ST Louis for Vladimir Tarasenko like no, I no, not at all. He's he's the wrong age and going the wrong way in his career. Probably I'd be worried about his shoulder
"eichel" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Eichel. Big question these days around these parts. Elliott Friedman from SportsNet. It was on the instigators yesterday here on W. Sharon. He said to the boys that he thinks the Sabres want to move on from Michael, and then he thinks they trade would be done by the draft, which is later next month. Vegas is in the Stanley Cup semifinals. They eliminated Colorado. The Avalanche won the first two games of that series, and then the Golden Knights won the next four. They will now play Montreal that will begin Monday night in Las Vegas Islanders will be in Tampa Sunday afternoon. The start of that series. The finalists for the Hart Trophy have been named Connor McDavid's And like thinking Shane Matthews, Austin Matthews and Nathan McKinnon, the Columbus Blue Jackets that promoted assistant coach Brad Larson to the head coaching position. Milwaukee Beat Brooklyn in the NBA playoffs last night, But the Nets have a 21 lead in the series, huge Utah beat the Clippers and the Jazz are up two games to none. The Bills preseason schedule was announced yesterday. All of the teams had their preseason schedule announced. Play three games at Detroit and Chicago. The one home game will be against the Packers on August 28th and the college football playoff committee will consider expanding the playoff format from four teams to a 12. Team feel they're going to talk about that next week. Yankees lost to Minnesota J is lost to the White Sox and the Bisons split a doubleheader with Grant and those are your paddock. Chevrolet Headlines. Paddock Chevrolet with the extra mile Next update nine o'clock. That's a bunch of have. What was your message? No coach Rivera brought a specialist in to talk to his team to address some of the concerns. I didn't know if that was something you had to do here. The specialists just like you're the masked police. You wear so many different hats very much. Was your message to them. What? We want to go back to normal. Have accident. Get 85% you said was shooting. Everybody's, uh, leading out here. It's an eating outside. Right? Can you do that? You gotta get up. Bruce Arians. Oh, that's that. Yeah, Yeah. Yeah, the quote, they basically said You know you need a specialist to talk to the players about the vaccine, he.
"eichel" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Had a player like Brian Lamberg. Patty Coletta. Yeah, um, we haven't had role players on on Buffalo in a long time. This guy can play though. That's what's amazing. Is like and and so compatible sulking Matt Barnaby, obviously, but I'm just saying, like Like I don't want people to mistake what we're saying about this guy and say, like, Oh, you know, he's just an energy guy like he's a really good player. I mean, you watch them make some plays. He can play the game. Um and Jeff just mentioned in the rundown chat Steve Ott, another guy that would love to have Yeah, a player like that, But, um, you know you that'll be exciting. Yeah. So Ryan Lamberg at 11 o'clock on Monday, and, um, we're really excited about it. But you know what? You talk about energy players and playoffs and what it takes to win and we will get to the conversation about reports of No Jack Eichel to the kings. Per. I guess an article that came out yesterday that we all read, um That the Kings are not in the market for Jack Eichel. But You look at we had Lou Lamoriello on the show. What a bunch of baloney. The way you want to go. Do you want to go That way? We can go that way. Go for any way you want. I mean, I go for what's Bologna? What's baloney? I love you know, Listen, I mean, my my job, and your job is to is to read a lot of articles and listen even on Twitter listen to opinions. And it doesn't never changes my perspective and my thoughts, But I love I love listening and reading other people's thoughts, Perspectives. And then you have, you know, just for an example of Jack Eichel situation. Is he tradable, and you have Darren Drager and and Eliot Freeman that are coming out. Basically saying, yes, Absolutely. It's on today at 11, By the way, Absolutely. He's tradable. There's no question he's tradable. And then you have Frank Sarah volley. That basically says Jack Eichel has absolutely no value. He's unattainable. He's untradable. So how is it possible that these three men that are exceptionally good at what they do? You have two of them that say absolutely 100%. He can be traded and and probably will be traded and frank seller of Ali said. There's absolutely no value to. I'll tell you how that happens. I'll tell you how that happens so They all have different sources. They all have the same sources. I'm sure right. So Frank Serravalle. You may have talked spoken to a team where general manager said I'd never trade for him. I wouldn't trade forum in this condition and it might have been honest. And that's and that's what the angle that he's coming from. But I don't know that I'm just saying, That's how that's how the wires might get crossed, because let's just say hypothetically, if Frank Serravalle he's talking to Hypothetical. Chicago and Chicago is like no, I wouldn't trade for Jack Eichel in that condition. Okay, well, his fat his his comment is true Now, if Eliot talks to l A and they're like what we would trade for Jack and his condition regardless of what this report says. Then that's what he's coming and draggers. Same thing. If he gets from another. I don't think they have to talk to all 31 or 32 teams to get confirmation that he's not Um, tradable in this condition because each team operates differently, right? You might get a team like the Rangers. I totally understand that, but for an example, Frank Sarah volley if he's only talking to one team, like you just said How can he sit there and write an article saying that Jack Eichel has no trade value if he's talking one team? Because 28 to a general manager. There is no value to that. There's no value so to a team one team all you need If I'm a source, and I speak to one team, I'm just in my opinion. I don't I don't do the source thing. But If I were so if I had a source, and it was one GM, I would say Yeah, but I mean, I wouldn't say that. I only spoke to one GM. He was vague about it, but I mean, I would, I would say I don't think he's tradable. He's not. He's not tradable on his condition, and he's not the one team that he spoke to. So in a way. Technically, he's right. But That's neither here nor there. Do you think this is negotiating through the media? Because there is that that that happens to and that's another thing. That's another thing That could be That could be, uh, maybe on a frank ceremony side or even an Elliott or a dragger side, too is and they may not even know it. They're trusting their sources. And that could be just a way of getting information out there because these are the whales in the industry, right? So when they report something, you listen to them. Right, so But it's very interesting and I do wonder. I do wonder if there is negotiation through the media. And if this isn't a message to, you know, If like conversation comes up, we want by field. No, nobody field. And then they mentioned while they're not going to trade by field in the article, it's just kind of like, I don't know if I buy it because l A just seems like too perfect of a suitor. Frozen conversations with Rob Blake with very, very simple. Very simple. If you were interested, truly interested in Jack Eichel. Then Quentin by field will better be on the table. Don't care about Alex Turk. I don't care about Belardi..
New Insights on the Bruins' Disappointing Week
"A great way for Bruins not a great week. I know they ended it on our early started next week Sunday. They started to walk on a good note, but not ending particularly. Well, there are a lot of problems. What was the biggest to you? Well, I mean, obviously the the one where you look at just the Optics of it right is the defense, right? I mean you give up 13 goals in two games. I think everyone get concerned about that and I think that's wrong. You see the right flag is you know, you're seeing way too many transition goals created chances in front of Rask and a lot, but the thing is is that that's always a concern. Oh shit. Like when you go that many goals. I'm sure not to spend learning but also, I mean I look at it right where I think we all are in agreement of the rooms and needs more depth on the blue. Looks like we've talked about at home last week. Like that's a guy they need right? So this isn't any surprise and when you missing three starters on your blue line, you know, including two guys in lausanne and Thursdays are good at kind of showing up that net front and girls like ew, you know as much as I think people are now the critics been hurt. I feel like there's like the The Narrative of like, oh they can they they can do well without them, you know, he's an injury-prone. Even though it's really only been kind of this year. We're didn't really really bad. But you know you miss Chris leak in his ability to get the puck out and you know, get the brake outgoing and hit those first passes cuz off these games have been stuck in their own Zone with for checking issues. So but you look at that defense, right you miss those three guys, you have back and iron in a top pairing roll and you know, yes potential. I mean we've seen multiple times we're out of something. He's big enough yet to handle some of these guys and he's been just kind of Knocked around by Chris Kreider which led to a goal. He got knocked around by Andrews Lee and pushed around which led to Chicago gets the island is so I mean you go to depleted decor and you know, you got drawn more playing like the minutes and he did not look very good. The last two games so wage. Obviously, you're shorthanded you hopefully you hope that a shorthand unit doesn't give up 13 goals, but still it's not expected. But you had to know that there was going to be some issues with your going to be giving birth. One more chance has given how the state of your Decor is. Now.
"eichel" Discussed on Poke the Bear
"You want to make a safe bet how about you bet every year around this point of the Season where Jack eichel is unhappy with the situation in Buffalo there every year. It's the annual Jack. Eichel is sick of Buffalo story, but probably won't actually get traded. Maybe this is finally the years but Buffalo continues to lose which I don't know why this is a surprise to him at least like just cuz my God what Taylor home exactly like to be I don't know maybe I guess when you're in that moment, you know when you're on that team you think wow, we just got so much better. But in reality you just got a better scoring Winger on one line. Like it's this isn't the NBA where like you acquire a player of Taylor Hall is Cal log. The NBA and it's like why we are a much better team in hockey. It is four lines and you obviously one score is not going to transform whole team. So Jack eichel is reportedly not super pleased with the losing an awful. Oh, I don't blame him that miss that situation looks miserable. So every time this happens the Jack eichel to the Boston Bruins rumors always like to get straightened up baby back wheels turning on that and I I am so here so here for the even though this like will never happen. There's a less than 2% chance. I'll give it a little chance. But but less than 2% chance this ever could actually happen equal to the Bruins, but you you astutely tweeted out Wednesday morning. Give me your best trade package for Jack eichel Chicago which prompted people to give off their best trade packages. Ron Jackson office a lot of compelling offers. I mean hitmon law, this is my favorite go figure Boston gets or Buffalo gets the Evan marinoff skier F boss gets Jacqueline Connor McDavid, and I said, I think the Prof gets more than just McDavid Michael. I think you might get puter off in there too. Well, here's the thing too. I mean Buffalo is in such disorder and disarray that you need not stabilizing presence there someone that's going to bring Authority and stop the shenanigans. So who better than that having that or not graph to correct? What's been going wrong in Buffalo for decades now, you gotta lay down long. That's what he's going to do. Right right down right now. It's a it's a character thing more than talent and that's the team needs so I continually yeah exactly they need a leader..
Could a Jack Eichel Trade Land Him With the Boston Bruins?
"You want to make a safe bet how about you bet every year around this point of the Season where Jack eichel is unhappy with the situation in Buffalo there every year. It's the annual Jack. Eichel is sick of Buffalo story, but probably won't actually get traded. Maybe this is finally the years but Buffalo continues to lose which I don't know why this is a surprise to him at least like just cuz my God what Taylor home exactly like to be I don't know maybe I guess when you're in that moment, you know when you're on that team you think wow, we just got so much better. But in reality you just got a better scoring Winger on one line. Like it's this isn't the NBA where like you acquire a player of Taylor Hall is Cal log. The NBA and it's like why we are a much better team in hockey. It is four lines and you obviously one score is not going to transform whole team. So Jack eichel is reportedly not super pleased with the losing an awful. Oh, I don't blame him that miss that situation looks miserable. So every time this happens the Jack eichel to the Boston Bruins rumors always like to get straightened up baby back wheels turning on that and I I am so here so here for the even though this like will never happen. There's a less than 2% chance. I'll give it a little chance. But but less than 2% chance this ever could actually happen equal to the Bruins, but you you astutely tweeted out Wednesday morning. Give me your best trade package for Jack eichel Chicago which prompted people to give off their best trade packages. Ron Jackson office a lot of compelling offers. I mean hitmon law, this is my favorite go figure Boston gets or Buffalo gets the Evan marinoff skier F boss gets Jacqueline Connor McDavid, and I said, I think the Prof gets more than just McDavid Michael. I think you might get puter off in there too. Well, here's the thing too. I mean Buffalo is in such disorder and disarray that you need not stabilizing presence there someone that's going to bring Authority and stop the shenanigans. So who better than that having that or not graph to correct? What's been going wrong in Buffalo for decades now, you gotta lay down long. That's what he's going to do. Right right down right now. It's a it's a character thing more than talent and that's the team needs so I continually yeah exactly they need a leader. But so that was a great one quart low lands a little does. He know that Evan and Connor are package deal. So that's a no deal in my books. That's fair. That's that's that's a good point. That's always going to send me the Buffalo wage. Thanks, Buffalo Winnipeg or Edmonton. I'm out on
Eichel scores in shootout, Sabres beat Devils 4-3
"Jack Eichel scored in the shootout in Linas hallmark made thirty one saves for the sabers in a four three victory over the devils Yanni Corcoran tied for the devils with five nineteen left in regulation his first NHL goal we've been struggling lately with the scoring so I'm really happy that I was able to help the team after the game and I'm not I'm not too happy about it because it wasn't enough I could return to the game in the third period after taking a puck to the math and briefly leaving for the dressing room he scored in the first shoot out round before all mark made the goal stand up Victor Olson Tobias Rieder and Eric Staal provided regulation goals in Taylor hall had two assists the sabers at three OO one one else's dropping four of five to open the NHL schedule I'm Dave Ferrie
Linus Ullmark perfect in shootout, Sabres beat Capitals
"Jack Eichel scored the lone goal in the shootout as the Sabres went on to beat the capitals four to three Linas hallmark stopped all three shots he faced in the shootout playing after the death of his father less than a week ago trying to take it day by day try to be happy when I'm happy to try to be Saddam sad and that right now on and I'm really grateful for getting it meant the Sabres scored three power play goals in the game two coming in the second period by Colin Miller in Victor all of sun Eric Staal had the other in the third period Niklas Backstrom T. J. Oshie and Justin Schultz each scored goals for the capitals who were without four of their top players including Alex so vets can do to breaking covert nineteen protocols Greg heist Washington
"eichel" Discussed on Bruins Beat
"Like. I I. Don't know what they'll be like next year. I don't know if there'll be a season next. This. It's crazy that all this happened. It all happened so quickly. But so yeah, we cover Jack Eichel. We covered the NHL maybe mayor, not returning and so I. Think we covered everything her for you go. I will let you plug Bostonsportsjournal. Even though we already Kinda did with Jack Eichel piece because it was very, but I'll let you Yeah, again you know not a lot of whole news going on, but you know over a shea, we're still you know chugging along putting together a whole bunch of content on a daily basis so. A few things up this week and work on a few different things, ranking trading and kind of looking back at how this whole Cup window is kind of extended to beyond what everyone thought it was gonna be the end once you get like twenty four in twenty fifteen, so was a few look back to deeper dive and stuff like that and enough stuff to keep people entertained until we get more concrete news which. I really hope would probably be within the next couple of days where they are. You know going to some concrete details on stuff like hub cities and stuff so. It's going to be on the horizon, but you know until then we're gonNA. Have a whole bunch of stuff over it. So inscribed their. You know, follow me yet. at Conor Ryan Ninety three have all my so riposted there. Were given visiting all you can do stand right. All you can do keep busy and keep following bruins content, which helps all of us. McKee fallen content general. I think it's a good mantra to have. Hopefully we get out of this soon. I think I've been saying that for months though now, but connor again. Thank you so much for joining on pursuance of Morowski. Ubers we listeners great rest of your week..
Empowering Women Everywhere with Dr. Anjali Malik, MD
"Did you get started in medicine so my parents are both physicians? Which is also why. We ended up in our small town in Tennessee because foreign medical graduates were binding positions in the small rural areas. Being heavily recruited yes. My mom is family practice. She was your. I mean she was your old school physician who is essentially. You're twenty four seven Life to death physician I was cool. Yeah so when I was little she actually did obstetrics as well so she did. Deliveries as part of her family practice And then also of course did pediatrics Adolescent Medicine Adult medicine internal medicine and geriatrics. And I say that via the scope of general family practice is she was not sub specialized in in the and then thankfully at some point. She gave the the deliveries but through her. I mean I saw her. In outpatient care inpatient care nursing homes so she was really a huge exposure to medicine. And then my dad was sort of the exact opposite of that but kind of because he was. Okay yes yes of course Totally different patient interaction still doing a lot and easing to hear him when he did eventually help with chemistry and physics and not hear him talking about those kinds of things and NC him in action but But yeah so I had to spectrums of medicine growing and so there was always that sort of You know the the seed planted that I would wanna be a doctor and that were even expectation. Vam IN SOUTH ASIAN SOUTH ASIAN. And then the funny thing is. I went through that rebellious days where I was like. Oh I don't WanNa be a doctor. I'm not going to be a doctor. I'm GONNA at this that or the other public. Health was sensing that I was always interested in Outbreak was actually one of my favorite movies growing up where that was fantastic. Yeah my husband. I actually just re watched it recently of with all this going on. Kinda hits a little differently. If you're like wow look at their fully suited has met suits in kind of jealous of that but But Yeah so. I always have this idea that. Save the world public home person and so I was lucky that I went to Johns Hopkins. Which at the time was one of the only undergrad institutions that had public health as a major early. Yeah so I was able to do Public Health Bachelors And really get huge exposure there. I worked in health policy. I took variety classes. I really did the the full spectrum on. That's an interestingly through that I kind of came back to medicine because I realized that I was not A researcher or like a the kind of person who could work at something every day and not see the results. We need those people modestly. They are really the ones that move society forward. 'cause they're they're willing to put in work along call but turns out? Eichel oriented and I need to see that end result every day. And that's finally to yes. We need all types of people exactly that sort of pushed me back towards medicine and You Know Med is hard it it's certainly demoralizing at times But the thing was able to survive and made IT TO MED. School went to. Tulane where I actually almost considered an MD p. h. because they have an amazing school of public health and they're really well known for their tropical medicine and then Hurricane Katrina decided otherwise for me. I decided that I had had enough extra stuff piled onto my
Eli Manning sends message to health care workers at New York hospital amid coronavirus pandemic
"The corona virus pandemic impact continues to be felt around the globe in far more ways than it is in the world of sports but there are a lot of stories of athletes and organizations who are pitching in to help those in need during this time A. B. C.'s taught it has more every morning the head of New York Presbyterian provides a live video link to the hospital system of more than forty seven thousand employees one briefing this week featured former New York Giants quarterback Eli manning we cannot thank you enough I want you to know how much we all appreciate what you're doing and Buffalo Sabres center Jack Eichel purchased five thousand protective masks from Bauer the company that switch from making hockey equipment to producing medical face masks are healthcare heroes continue to fight the fires had on I cannot thank them enough for their continued dedication in western New York and across the entire country Todd at ABC sports
Eichel scores twice, Sabres races past sluggish Penguins 5-2
"Jack Eichel scored his thirty fourth and thirty fifth goals of the year both on the power play as the Buffalo Sabres beat the Pittsburgh Penguins five to two Eichel's first goal was the third for the sabers in the opening eleven minutes as Ralph Krueger's team was able to protect the lead despite a push from Pittsburgh just really pleased with with the four lines sixty rollers goaltending effort all the way through the lineup everybody contributed today and yeah it's an excellent reaction in a in a very tough building send your secure instant Sam Reinhart and Jeff Skinner all scored for buffalo Carter Hutton made forty one saves in net buffalo has won four of its last five if getting Malkin scored both of the penguins goals as he now has twenty this year payments goalie Tristan Jarry allowed all five goals in that as the payments have been outscored ninety two in the last two games Josh Rowntree Pittsburgh
Isles extend home streak to 6 with 3-2 OT win over Sabres
"Another close game leads to another overtime in another overtime win for the islanders this time on a goal from Anthony bow valley AA it was one one to start the third before Jordan Everly scored four fifty into the period to give the aisles lead they held on until Jack Eichel's power play goal with buffalo's goalie pulled too tight for the Sabres with one forty six left in the period a big goal for buffalo for sure but both Philly a says not enough to knock the aisles off their game stuff like that happens in a game and this correlate this I think the good job just circling back in stand for this the wind is the fourth out of the last five for New York and improve their overtime record to eighteen to on the season the Los breaks a three game winning streak for the Sabres while you guys Uniondale New York
Girgeensosn, Eichel lead Sabres over Panthers, 5-2
"The Sabres beat the Panthers five two for buffalo second win in eleven games Jim this American sins lead the charge with a pair of goals Jack Eichel scored his team leading fortieth goal of the season and a couple of assists for a team best fifteen helpers I feel like it's been awhile since you won this building so it's it's going to get one you know like I said I thought we really are and it's not always stuck with it Jeff Skinner and Victor Olsen added one H. nola cherry scored for Florida anti may Brett Connolly got his team leading eleventh goal on the power play but it was not enough Sabres goalie lenis will mark stop forty three shots it's the batter second loss in a row and third in eight games when Ruston sunrise Florida
Lightning beat Sabres 5-3 to sweep 2-game series in Sweden
"Pat Murray netted two goals to lead the Tampa Bay Lightning two of five three win over the Buffalo Sabres Saturday in Stockholm Sweden buffalo Sam Reinhart opened the scoring midway through the first twenty shovel the puck at Tampa bay's net which hit the post and goalie Curtis Michael he's back before bouncing into the goal Tampa Bay answered with two power play goals the first by maroon and the other by Victor Hedman for me it's a coming home on the official off with two wins a spin spent from the so yes super happy about this week Marin second goal came with just three seconds left in the period to extend Tampa bay's lead by two buffalo's Victrola submitted a one goal game again on the third but Yanni Gordon Matthew Joseph followed up with two quick goals for the lightning the Sabres Jack Eichel scored late to make it a five three final walk Marcia can Tampa
"eichel" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"And beat. Them at their own game a little bit. And maybe that's a little adjustment. They kind of hate and had to make your in in the last little while. But you know, it was we saw last year. Dave there's so many times where when the lightning we'd get themselves in trouble when they couldn't get the puck out of their own. And we haven't seen that much this year. And I think that's a sign of a team. That's learn to defend a little bit better. And and not put themselves into trouble. And you know, when when you're gonna turn if you're gonna turn pucks over on the other end, maybe that's when you're gonna have to face the rush chances a little more. Sorry. Go ahead now. That's okay. I was gonna say we were talking about it down here. Let's face it to the Jack Eichel penalty. Turn things around Bill. Madam was. Yeah. For whatever reason woke up Tampa Bay. And they score two goals after that you mentioned, Dave. Mcdonagh was incensed. And he was he had every right to be. That's a bad penalty by Jack Eichel and it really ignited Tampa Bay. He was obviously upset that he got called for the penalty. But let's be honest. I mean, the sabres had a chance to blow this game in the first period with all the penalty. Calls on the lightning, and they didn't even have to deal with the penalty kill until you know, the penalty took them off the power play. I have two other points the dominant throw you guys for for you to chew on. And then I'm gonna say goodnight. The first is demanding who. We're talking about this pre-game. How would he look having played one in twelve and not having played for what was it each street or something like that? And I think he fought the park a little bit in the first period there were some big rebounds. But then he really swallow things up from the second period on. Yeah. The goal that he allowed it. And that's a tough play where scandal is finishing on an ice back and play off the rush Louis really got into a groove once the second period began which was really important because the sabers didn't dominate as much especially in the second and the third, but they had some chances especially in the second Louis to deal with and he played very well from the second period on and to me, that's almost a typical Louis demand game we've seen this even even when he was starting all those games when Andrei vasilevskiy was out, you know, maybe he would struggle a little bit early to kind of find himself into the game and kind of get a feel for the game in a feel for the park. But once that happened he would come back and even.
"eichel" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"A steel he's double teamed. He's killing a little time here at the very least pocket. Nice job holding onto it. He's finally tackle basically in the near corner by risk. Delighted and Ahleen comes out of there to center ice for jackal on the right wing into the lightning zone. And you're gonna get another penalty here Yanni Gord grabbed Eichel and later. You're going to be down to men for thirty three seconds. A tough play to make Jack Eichel. Very strong on the pot coming up wide in the offensive zone, and the Victor Hedman engorge trying to double team here. But he kind of gets the inside edge on Yanni gorge going net. And it's easy. Just that one hand is all you need the official right behind him and to the left it and make that call. So it's gonna be a five on three now. You take a big face off. This is one of them Callahan and Eichel to the left of demeaning ready to lightning third shorthanded situation tonight. Kellyanne tried to punch it out. But I wanted enough to get it Orissa line. And right point of circle. It is Reiner. Right. Sickles? Get our added broke his stick as he shot at calendar. Had it. But he got his pocket. Pick by Skinner. Didn't get it out. Skinner a keep right circle little feed. Teach Thompson high slot. Look. Good eichel. Michael holtz. Skull five on three Crossley Skinner, right circle. Shot at the outside of the post in eight seconds. One man will be back for the lighting. Right right corner. Right. It love siltation Thompson. Left circle Eichel one man now back high slot. Right. Single scatter shot a wide left. He missed rebound. Held in the line and left circle of circle. Thompson centerpoint Eichel Michael holds protects. The puck center point. The left circle. It is Thompson centerpoint ACL shoot. Save damning rebound finally grabbed.
Brad Kavanagh, ATI and Associated Press discussed on Brett Winterble
"A third woman accusing Brad Kavanagh the sexual misconduct says he will not agree to a Senate Judiciary committee request to interview her immediately Eichel avenue ATI tells the Associated Press at his client will not consider the committee's request until it agrees to his demand for an FBI
Wall Street eyes more gains from Apple, its $1 trillion stock
"Paced financial tour of the global financial markets, the, top headlines and, strategy implications Alex tell us about apple this week Big news this week there was a race to witch comedy became the first trillion dollar company by market, cap? And. It was apple apple. Did that this week jump in, three and a half percent. On Wednesday after reporting some pretty good numbers well I know they. They requested a radio interview on it and pointed out. The entire value of the US stock market is approximately thirty trillion dollars publicly traded stocks right. Wow so Apple's one thirtieth now. The last time this happened but a warning sign here Cisco systems became two hundred and fifty billion, market cap circa nineteen ninety nine k. k. it was the, most popular investment they used to have, investment clubs when it was fun. To, buy stocks before the tech wreck And Cisco took them more than a decade and a, half to catch back. Up, to that price, it's just gonna take a lot of money to drive apple higher but also pointed out you know as apple overpriced it's eighteen times trailing earnings, less? Than. The s. and p.. Five hundred benchmark so it's probably, the best bargain out of. The fangs trade just if you had to pick yeah yeah I think I think I did see Cisco their total return. From two thousand one two today is minus three percent that right yeah that sounds about right That's, a long twenty years Eichel there yes and you know I believe that the trillion. Dollars is likely to be hit by, Amazon? Barring, a stumble right yeah Could? Be Like Eli musk and call his analyst boneheads and that set him back Tesla's Tesla's, catching up still. Make it they're making Yvonne's making pieces, this he he was nice and apologized and that, I'm sorry I think I think is senior investor relations officer took him to the side, and, said look bonehead You need to apologize to, your fan club. Yeah not only that you got some, convertible debt coming due early twenty nineteen you need, to stock price higher not lower there you go okay so if anybody's bonehead he's admitted, it, okay Dallas How much this a quiz question, again how much did your house go up on average here in North, Texas the Dallas metro, area. Year-over-year so as August of last year to this, year So you got to, we'll will we'll turn it into dollars here in the second but what, was what was the, appreciation. Of our houses generally five point five eight percent That's, slow down quite a bit that's so down quite a? Bit that's getting, the, trend right Yep nationwide. Still six and a half the. Dallas falling behind nationwide appreciation Yeah We've grown so tremendously that I think it's okay for a little. Break and, I I do think that ten year rates going up his temperature the the gain in housing, prices Tom Hanks still lives in that little house on the water there in, Seattle those that remember an arcane movie. Reference He owns a house. I don't know I mean he could I mean I'm sure. He's moved to. Better digs, since then What with Meg Ryan anyway so Meg Ryan I'm pretty sure so. Thirteen and, a half percent would have been sleepless in Seattle That doesn't make you sleepless that makes you happy that to turn it into. Financial planning terms at, three hundred thousand dollar house last year would be listed. This year for, close to three. Hundred twenty thousand that was my thought but that pace that pace The three-month. Annualised for Dallas though, fourteen percent so it's lumpy At that that was my conclusion from from the case, Schiller city of. Dallas, gave me, a bump higher than that but. Warwick's purposes well they were they were underpricing. Your house anyway so you go. To, go down in protest let me know how it goes yeah, I think I don't know that that. Battle. Is, worth, it but, some people do. It every year okay Well I I wonder I bet. On I. Think that was They gave me a. Big, start so I'm happy about that well if you come back, they might get upset and just say. Alex. I, think, we're just, gonna bump your. Value up even more That's a risk that okay They, can't do that but anyway contract signings to previously to purchase previously owned US homes rose for the, first? Time. In three, months right Yep. And point nine percent increase. So. Housing's not, dead yet, okay that's still you know you. Still got. That millennial generation they're starting they're starting, to think? About buying homes aren't. They And? Is he Sanchez our. Chief compliance, officer he he you know we were having our conference this week and he said what do you, what. Do. You think, is Warren Buffett. Says the market's not going. Up. And his, prediction was, a minus one and a half. Percent for. The s. and p. five hundred going, forward right And for an extended period but then he also, talked about the? Housing and I said you know it may it looks like it's just Dacre Shindo right in terms of the prices increase we've seen the massive price increases but it's not going down yet All right And Carlisle, group, they they're, they're? Famous. Right yeah They. Raised twelve point three billion in the second quarter forty percent increase. Carlo Ripa private equity money manager publicly traded actually so they make other. Revenue off of fees and that kind of thing. But that's a big number going to private equity the forty. Percent increase same year or Saint period last year. So it never, been so. Easy to raise money there's they're saying never will if your name's, Carlisle, and you're, the? Best I can see Bain capital's. Building from the window but there are a lot less quiet. There are a lot less vocal right that's right. Where they're they're, more behind. The scenes trying to get Romney elected okay Private, equity? Where will the money, go in our previous headline triangulate that with the real. Estate The group's credit group raise two billion. In the quarter real estate assets. Which included real estate Carlisle bought in about seven hundred million so, they are buying, real? Estate but, I, think the energy infrastructure is probably one of the destination just, two? Thoughts right I mean they're they're the biggest part of, that race. Was for buyout fund right so eighteen eighteen and a half billion going going there And so you'll see some of that You'll see some. Of that private public companies going private I think, hundred and fifty seven. Thousand new jobs bureau of labor statistics That. Was in the previous month, so those are nonfarm payrolls ADP private payroll they do an estimate. They said two hundred nineteen thousand both numbers are reasonably good unemployment, falling, to, three point nine, and the. Bureau of labor statistics, adding people back in at the last. Report we covered that saying oh well the jobs market. So good some people are saying I'm tired of, watching TV all day I want. To go work it's more if you get a good job it's, more, fun, it is more, fun yeah. Pay raises estimated four, percent year over year that pretty good That's good all right tesla an enigma within a puzzle Yeah, so, they they doubled their loss Okay And they burn less cash than. Expected so back in the late, nineties there is a valuation metric called how fast were they burning their, cash and if they're burning it slower than the other, guy then you should buy that. Stock we know how that. Ended Race. To pets.com zero okay right You know as long as they continue. To. Happen As long as they're able to, continue to, raise money though they'll they'll be around I. Think at some point you you got a. Price like you would a car company I'm not saying they won't ever get profitable I think there's a chance that they will They're they're pretty expensive yeah. Ford's at five times earnings but then the. Cars have you ever sat in the tesla It's it's amazing I mean That's it's an engineering marvel but in. This case You gotta make money Yeah we think you'd want to see him to. Make money sometime soon they They have said that they. Want, to expand globally and so they may get some big financing from. China Five Five billion dollar manufacturing plant near Shanghai and that that helps Put your, cash will, for a while isn't it you people will be you know people will work. Cheaper in China because they have to as opposed to California I think that's a It's a smart move but Trump's not gonna. Like it all right Now tell us you get to do. The cannabis update because, you and Andrew were. Successfully, trading cannabis stocks and, I was skeptical but I'm coming. Around okay When it comes to. Profit but us the, projection for the US. Market All right so u., s. market which is still not federally legal Is currently at six billion in sales and believes that. U. S retail sales can reach, twenty billion by twenty twenty two okay. So triple in four years triple and four years without Without. It. Being federally legal.