40 Burst results for "Hockey"

Fresh update on "hockey" discussed on Mark Levin

Mark Levin

00:30 sec | 8 hrs ago

Fresh update on "hockey" discussed on Mark Levin

"The devil's day score off at the garden about an hour, New Jersey's coming off of Lindy ruff's 800th win as a coach and Jack Hughes managed to get his first NHL hat trick as well and that one has the Devils at 18 and four. The second best record in hockey behind Boston the rage has got to shake off the third period implosion from Saturday where Edmonton scored four unanswered goals to in four three at the garden. You're right. It's Mike white, not Zach Wilson as the head of the quarterback room for the New York Jets. Robert sala announcing Mike white will start next week against the Vikings Monday Night Football 8 15 tonight Pittsburgh taking on the colts in Indianapolis and the nets taking on the Orlando Magic at 7 30 in the second of a back to back. I'm Kevin Perez 77 WABC sports. Thanks, Kevin time for these stacks, Bowers, galleries, precious metals update, gold, 1007 42

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"hockey" Discussed on The Hockey PDOcast

The Hockey PDOcast

02:47 min | 4 d ago

"hockey" Discussed on The Hockey PDOcast

"So I like that. That's a classic Eric young pole there and it makes sense that he'd be a player that he likes, but I like what I see. I'm very interested. He was on my list as like monitoring for the later, but if he keeps this up and you're simply kind of putting on your watch list, you might miss out on it, right? So maybe it makes sense to stake a claim on him now, and then if he comes back down to earth, you can always drop them. Yeah, that's the thing, right? I mean, it depends on your league and how deep your league is, of course, all the context. But yeah, as mentioned, the ice time seems to be there. I mean, 18 minutes the other night, and he's shooting, he's got at least two shots. And in four of his games and you mentioned in the alarming shooting percentage, yeah, it's something to certainly monitor, but he's winning some face offs to throw in his body around too for those that are in Bangor league, he had 6 hits the other night against the bolts. I thought it was actually a very impressive game from him. I love it. All right. I think we've done a good job here. I think we've gone through a pretty good, pretty good amount on my list. Let's do some plugs. So you got, I'm going to give you a couple minutes here because I know you've got so much fun, 'cause you're doing a million different shows. Let the listeners know where they can check you out while you're working on, give them all that good stuff, including the show you do with our pal Eric young, who's one of my personal favorites. Yeah, I appreciate it Dmitry. Yeah, Eric. When he tells you he's a fantasy hockey psycho, he truly is. I don't know where he finds the time. He's overseas and he's texted me at like three in the morning and saying, oh my goodness, that Arizona in Seattle king was fantastic. I can't believe it. I watched all of it and it was great. I dangle bat Sally is twice a week at ten eastern, Tuesdays and Thursdays, those are the busy nights in the NHL. We just kind of roll through the games, have a little bit of a fantasy hockey and call some shot props, have some fun with some goals and really just have a fun NHL conversation mean streets is 5 days a week. It's a free show as well both of these shows are free on our YouTube channel, FTM network. I tweet them all at Chris meany. It's a multi sports show, obviously football, but this is a great time to be a sports fan. You got hockey, if you like NBA, you get the World Cup happening. You know, we cover it all over.

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Fresh update on "hockey" discussed on The Hockey PDOcast

The Hockey PDOcast

01:01 min | 8 hrs ago

Fresh update on "hockey" discussed on The Hockey PDOcast

"And you know, they've talked about how, oh, well, look at what dowels Dickens did for Troy Terry, and how he's allowed him to get that confidence. And that may be true. I think Dallas is a really good motivator, but Dallas Dickens was also the one scratching him a few years ago and not letting him play. So I don't know exactly how much the development happened there. And Trevor Zeke, I mean, last year, and the year before was getting benched left and right, you know, like game situations, not allowed to take face offs, so I just don't really know how much of a boost these guys are getting just at their baseline. And that's really tricky. Like you said, a lot of these guys are so good that it's probably not going to end up mattering, but you would like to see a better environment for that growth. Yeah, it reminds me a little bit of Jeff blashill in Detroit last year where it's very clear that and maybe a pad would be coming from the choice. All right, well, we're just going to play this string out. He's clearly not going to be here when we have intentions of at least competing, but it doesn't really, it's not worth our time mobile is to make this move now. We're just going to lay out the rest of the year. And that's obviously a very tricky situation to navigate for everyone involved. Clearly, I don't necessarily feel bad for Dallas because he's the 6th longest tenured coach in the league right now, which is a remarkable sentence to say out loud and says as much about the NHL environment for coaches and how difficult it is to stick around as much as anything he's done, but the frustration for me is mentioned how it's the veterans who are kind of sometimes struggling here and not the young players. If you're going to be bad, that's one thing that's totally fine. But I want to see some experimentation and trying to take risks and see what you have instead of just sort of the status quo, right?

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"hockey" Discussed on The Hockey PDOcast

The Hockey PDOcast

05:24 min | 4 d ago

"hockey" Discussed on The Hockey PDOcast

"We're getting some power play time when they were depleted, but yeah, it's not a shot that he doesn't like to take. While I said that all the time when it comes to some of these players in he loves to shoot the puck and that's something that we like. We're trying to target if the goals are not going to come at least all these guys aren't going to give you zeros in your fantasy Hockey League if you're in a points league. You can put up three or four shots on that. Maybe gets a power play assist. You walk away with a little something as opposed to some players like past first guys like Jonathan Uber go. Let's Jonathan hooper but I was doing free these days. You get a shot volume guy in there. That's a really good call. Yeah. I love that. All right, Chris, we're going to take a quick break here and then we come back. We're going to keep talking about fantasy hockey and hopefully helping our listeners out. So you are listening to the hockey PDO streaming on the sportsnet radio network. All right, we're back here

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Fresh update on "hockey" discussed on The Hockey PDOcast

The Hockey PDOcast

00:35 min | 9 hrs ago

Fresh update on "hockey" discussed on The Hockey PDOcast

"It's like a defenseman is bodying someone in front of their own net and trying to clear the crease and then all of a sudden they see the puck out of the corner of their eye and they just leave their guy to go try to play that. And in the most recent game against Seattle, you saw a number of times where with these very simple offensive motions the kraken were running where they would basically just cycle it from one side and move it to the other and get it around the net and then all of a sudden the defenseman would just leave his spot in front to go to try to play the puck and it would just leave this exposed area in front where the kraken could basically step into whatever Gloria scoring chance they wanted. I mean, that goal Vince done scored was inexcusable at NHL level. I don't care who your personality is. You could call up a list of a group of NHL players and they should not be giving up that type of a look where it's basically at 5 one 5 off of a regular sequence, a clean run away for the other team's defensemen to basically skate into a great shot. That just can't happen. And I don't know how much of that is coaching, but it keeps happening. So the fact that they're not making adjustments makes me think that they're at least partly to blame. Yeah, well, I think that it's funny because today have Rebecca did they have a podcast where he comes on like the team does a podcast and he got a talk as a podcast? Well, it's called the beaker, actually. Not a sponsor or whatever, but they do a podcast. And it was interesting because he kind of touched on that a little bit where he said that you have guys out there who look like they don't trust the next guy to do his job. So you try to do that guy's job, and then you end up not doing your own job. And that sounds like a man to man kind of issue. And so it's interesting that you bring that up. But I do think, yes, you know, the blue line looks catastrophic, and it is a lot of that is on coaching. But I do think part of it, a part of it is personnel defensively, because John klingberg is not good defensively. Like if there's one thing we know about him, it's that he's not good. That's just not an area of strength for him, but he's made up for it in the past, on the other end.

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"hockey" Discussed on The Hockey PDOcast

The Hockey PDOcast

04:50 min | 4 d ago

"hockey" Discussed on The Hockey PDOcast

"Welcome to the hockey PDO cast. My name is neutrophil povich and joining me is my good buddy Chris mini Chris, what's going on man? Hey, what's going on Dmitri? Happy to be here, man. You know, it's an exciting time of the season for the NHL and Thanksgiving in the states. It's a good, I think, sample size that we have to break down some players and some teams and maybe take a look at some outliers. It is. We've got about 20 games or so for most teams, which is a nice little cutoff here for us to try to make sense of the sample sizes we've got. So the plan today, we're going to hopefully provide the listeners with some actionable information for their hockey pools. Players to target situations to buy on, kind of stuff to be wary of, all that good stuff. So hopefully those of you listening to do plan a hockey pool, you're going to get a little bit of an edge here and maybe we'll even help you identify some shining new toys that you can go and grab in your pool and then brag to your league mates about how smart you are. And then of course, let them know where you found out that information so they come and listen to the show as well. So Chris, as the guest, I'll give you the floor here. You can take this any number of directions you want. Give me a name, give me a team. Give me something that you're really keying in on these days for what you want to target. Well, I'm going to give you, I think, just maybe the biggest buy located in fantasy hockey right now. And it's, in my opinion, Kyle Connor. When I take a look at Kyle Connor is a proven goal scorer and these are questions that I'm getting lately from some fancy hockey players. What I do with Connor, I thought he was going to score 40.

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Fresh update on "hockey" discussed on The Hockey PDOcast

The Hockey PDOcast

01:18 min | 9 hrs ago

Fresh update on "hockey" discussed on The Hockey PDOcast

"Everyone else has at least four. The Devils are up to 15 regulation wins in the same number of games played already. I believe they were at zero until their 19th game of the season, so it happened fairly recently. Negative 37 goal differential. They're 30th and goals for their 31st and goals against. They've held a lead for a 153 total minutes, which is about 11% of their game time. They've trailed for 47% of their game timers, so. And I think the big thing that you keep coming back to here is defensively, because while the offense has not been scoring the defense, is catastrophically bad. I mean, their averaging about 3.75 expected goals against per 60, which would be the most porous team single season record that we've seen since 2007, since we have data access to. And you look at the heat map on Michael mccurdy's website of where they're conceding the highest volume of shots and it's basically just one big red blob that's condensed in front of the net and then kind of like extends up towards the tops of the circles, which is basically the main area you want to prevent shots from and that's where they can see the highest volume of shots in the league from. And I was watching their game last night against the kraken and then you and I were chatting in preparation for the show and I kind of posed to you the question of, do we know what this team's current defensive zone coverage scheme they're running is because I was watching a few plays and I was like, okay, well to my eye kind of looks like they're running a man to man because certainly doesn't seem like a zone. It looks like everyone's kind of responsible for someone and they're moving around and that capacity. But then it's such a scattered mess out other times that the right answer is probably there is no plan because it doesn't really seem like anyone is really on the same page.

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Dan Bongino to the NHL: Just Play the Game

The Dan Bongino Show

01:24 min | 5 d ago

Dan Bongino to the NHL: Just Play the Game

"And up on my phone pops a tweet from the verified account of the NHL the National Hockey League Saying how trans women or women and trans men or man well if that were the case then they wouldn't be trans right They would just be men and women Kind of strange The NHL folks You know they were my last bastion of sanity The UFC and that and you got to do it man It's everywhere You got to do this But you don't understand any challenge There's any executives listening Listen to me now Please The damage done to the NFL it wasn't a cute the NFL recovered its audience a Super Bowl still making money A contracts are still lucrative The damage is generational My kids will never grow up with football like I did My mother and father passed it down to me Because I don't put the NFL on in my house You're going to see over time the damage is going to be generational to the NHL too If you guys go down the slope in this path Play the damn game That's what people tune in for That I want to hear your take on trans women intersectional CRT 14th century intersectional basket weaving Nobody cares Just play the freaking hockey game Drop the puck play the game and shut your pie hole all right That's what we pay it

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Fresh update on "hockey" discussed on The Hockey PDOcast

The Hockey PDOcast

01:04 min | 9 hrs ago

Fresh update on "hockey" discussed on The Hockey PDOcast

"But I just don't really think Trevor's egress is peak, I guess, look in the NHL on the power play is going to be as a one time threat. I think it's just a dual threat on his strong side and you're seeing that now. He's on the left Flank. He's always on his forehand and he's able to make that cross size pass so much more easily. And yeah, they tried Troy Terry on that left Flank. Across from Z gris and toiletry is not really a long time for either. He just doesn't really have that in his bag yet, could add in, but yeah, that bumper spot is just so much more natural for him. And you know, they shift around quite a bit. And then mason mctavish is just, I mean, he's showing a little bit of what we saw last year on junior as well from that right faceoff circle. Well, they've also embraced finally just having Terry and ziegler's together. That was last year where you'd see it in doses and you'd be like, all right, this is cool. It makes sense. It's two very skilled players would riff off of each other. And then I believe they played it down as 203, 5 out of 5 minutes last year in their 68 games together. And this year in 22 games, they've already taught that total. And their offense, really, a 5 one 5 is those two guys out there creating because I think the rest of the team without them in three times as many minutes as creative basically the same number of goals and it makes sense from a talent perspective, but it's cool that we're getting to see these two guys at least when they're on the ice at least like you have that to hold on to as a reason to watch and a reason to care about this team. Yeah, I think it made sense to start the year to kind of try to spread the wells. They had Z risks with patrono and trying to really make that work and it just didn't it didn't work and I mean this goes back even two seasons and the pandemic season where and at the end of the year, nothing left to play for. It can put Z risks with Terry and you could already see that it was that there was something there and talked about it going into last season and saying, well, you know, defensively that might not necessarily be the look that they want. But it's just become undeniable. And especially this year, like you said, where the ducks just get nothing going when those two aren't together.

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"hockey" Discussed on The Hockey PDOcast

The Hockey PDOcast

02:03 min | Last week

"hockey" Discussed on The Hockey PDOcast

"And you know, he had a reputation as being like a top defenseman, but you'd watch him, and the individual skills were all amazing. Like he could move well when he was younger, physicality, big shot, everything. And then all of the on ice results weren't actually anything special. And then he scored a bunch of points. I think either one or was a finalist, one of those years got a big contract, the capitals won a cup and it's a bit of a moot point now, but he was always a player for me where I was like the reputation just wildly exceeded what I was actually seeing in terms of the results from him. Okay, Jack, this was a blast. We got through a bunch of questions. We unfortunately weren't able to get through all of them because the listeners came through with such a high quantity and quality of great questions, so thank you to all of them for that. I'll let you plug some stuff. Where can people check you out and kind of give them give them a shout in terms of where you're at and what you've been doing. Well, is everybody stuff is always on EP rank side and I'm actually going to be writing about Eric Carlson in a little bit. Yeah, can we expand on that kind of comparing his season last year this one? Because I do think that how good offensively was last year has been a little undervalued. So I'm interested to take into that. You can follow me on Twitter, I guess, for as long as you can. Hopefully that doesn't change dramatically the next couple of days at J fresh hockey. I didn't start an Instagram. J fresh dot hockey because somebody very annoyingly took the J fresh hockey label a couple of months ago. And yeah, that's pretty much it for me right now. Just a lot of hockey stuff, still posting those highlights videos on a daily basis as well. So this is a blast. Thanks for taking the time. Definitely, definitely everyone should go subscribe to your inside. I'm looking forward to reading that Carlson piece. I just put out a big tage Thompson breakdown this week as well, so people can check that out. And we'll be back next week with more here in the Wikipedia cast. So thank you for listening, have a great weekend. And we'll be back soon with more here of the hockey PDO cast on the sportsnet radio network.

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"hockey" Discussed on The Hockey PDOcast

The Hockey PDOcast

03:49 min | Last week

"hockey" Discussed on The Hockey PDOcast

"We see in a very long time in terms of playing within his physical limits and still managing to set up his linemates like a few other players in the league. So I'm rooting for him. I mean, he was maybe one of the more underrated players in the league in the 2000s or 2010s excuse me. So the fact that he's getting the recognition, even if it's a little bit late, you know, a thousand points at the back of an accomplishment. Yeah, I hope you get there. Yep. Totally agreed. All right, Jack, we're going to take a break here. And then when we come back, we're going to keep answering the listener questions here on the Friday mailbag episode of the hockey PDO cast streaming on the sportsnet radio network. All right, welcome back to the hockey PDO cast doing

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"hockey" Discussed on The Hockey PDOcast

The Hockey PDOcast

04:57 min | Last week

"hockey" Discussed on The Hockey PDOcast

"These things go. That kind of happened a little bit with Austin Matthews is 5 year deal coming off as you'll see. I remember at the time there was a bit of a blowback of people being like, wow. What? Yeah. No, no. By hockey. Yes. But I want to see auston Matthews. When his 5 year deal and sign a one year deal, I'll be like, okay. I'm going to, I'm going to do what I'm going to go here, try to win a cup here if it doesn't work. I'm open to do whatever in the next year. I think that's, I think that's something where there's, I'd like to see that become at least part of the thing. I'm not against a guy signing long term. I'm not against it at all, but I think the sport in the market becomes better when superstars realize what they're worth and are realized to push it because it's the same thing. When you have McDavid signed for as much as he does for as long as he is, it becomes a natural thing where anyone who makes even close to that. They're like, well, Connor McDavid makes that. Who do you think you are? That's just hockey ethos that comes into play. And I want that gone. Right. Well, think about it. It'll be very interesting to see. I think David pasternak is going to get paid what he deserves. But for the longest time for the bruins, he was like, well, Patrice bergeron makes this amount. He and, you know, he's our captain. Or I guess he wasn't. It was just nano charter for a while, but he's our best forward. You can't. You can't go into that room and be making more than him. So you have to take less and it's like, I mean, I understand why the team would want to push that agenda. It's a pretty tricky one, and also that's not how real life economics work. A contract you sign today can not be compared to something that's signed next year because inflation and all that. But all right, the other thing. Let's take a break. Let's take a break here. Yeah. And we can pick it back up and we can talk about a variety of other things as well. So yeah, we're going to take that break here. And then pick it back up. You are listening to the hockey PDO guest streaming live on the sports radio network. All right, we're back

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"hockey" Discussed on The Hockey PDOcast

The Hockey PDOcast

05:49 min | 2 weeks ago

"hockey" Discussed on The Hockey PDOcast

"A few times with never actually gone to a game. And I wonder if on another team and would have gotten maybe 20, 30, 50 NHL games. Maybe he would be seen differently, but because we're as a front office. So as a coaching staff, we know this player is still well and we've never trusted him before. It goes to reasons that maybe we still shouldn't trust him now. And I don't think that's entirely correct. Yeah. Yeah, that's how I treat my fantasy teams Jack. I'm always, I'm always super critical of my guys, and I'm always out there trying to acquire other people's players that they probably don't value as much. Yeah, it's like the grass is always greener phenomenon, right? So again, now we see Jordy Ben on the first morning of Riley. Let's see how this goes. But, you know, here's an example of basically the new lease velocity, which is, you know, we have our stars and we're just going to complete kind of the lineup with these older experienced established guys whose hockey is most likely behind them. All right, is there anything else on the leafs that you figure we should touch on or here before we move on to listener questions? I think that's about it for me. I mean, I get quite fired up when I talk about it still just because I've worked with these people and I've been in this environment and I just think it would be such a shame if they lost their window of contention because they kind of regress back to traditional hockey thinking and kind of just became another team. I think that would be a shame. Yeah. Well, I mean, it's so strange, yeah. This idea it's like you got to keep getting tougher and tougher than you just see. It's like, well, when our fourth line is Kyle Clifford and Wayne simmonds, they're clearly not two of our 12 best players and we're hurting ourselves as a result of addressing them and having them in the lineup. And then so yeah, it's unfortunate it's kind of a part of the expectations part of the market. It's part of when you have that playoff failure, you're going to sometimes kind of overreact or overcompensate to the critiques that you get as a result of it as opposed to starting with a clean slate and actually just being able to utilize who you believe the best players are regardless of kind of being defined by whatever role they have to play in the lineup. Okay, Jack, we're going to take a break here, and then when we come back, we've got a bunch of really fun listener questions we're going to dive into. So let's take that break here. You are listening to the hockey PDO cast here on the sportsnet radio network.

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"hockey" Discussed on The Hockey PDOcast

The Hockey PDOcast

03:37 min | 2 weeks ago

"hockey" Discussed on The Hockey PDOcast

"I remember you and I right after game 7 against Tampa Bay last year had a conversation about this and it was kind of eye opening to see how Tampa Bay basically just put up a line at their own blue line and it was like you are not carrying this puck into the zone and force them to keep dumping it in and wasting time and they were never able to really cobble together anything of meaning and then in one of their most recent games against Pittsburgh. I saw a very similar phenomenon where in that third period, once Pittsburgh went up, it felt like they had no real kind of tangible way of creating offense against that. I'm kind of curious for your take on sort of finding ways to creatively problem solve for those neutral zone traps. But in those specific game states and kind of how you work around that because that's something that it's whatever in a regular season game, but in a playoff series will come back up again and if you don't have an answer for it, it's going to be tough to overcome. Well, you need you need legs. You need hands. You need skill. Anybody parts? And you need volume parts. And generally speaking, if you go back throughout hockey history and you want to look at teams that overachieve the playoffs or win cups, these are teams that are on the younger end of the spectrum because players come out of nowhere, right? And then they make a reputation for themselves, whereas players with established reputations may be they're not able to play at that level anymore and they kind of fall off. Like last year again, if we just go back to Colorado, the most recent example, Bowen byram and Alex newhook step up in big ways.

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"hockey" Discussed on The Hockey PDOcast

The Hockey PDOcast

05:06 min | 2 weeks ago

"hockey" Discussed on The Hockey PDOcast

"Dmitri filippovich. Welcome to the hockey PDO cast. My name is Dimitri filipovic, and joining me today is my good buddy Jack on Jack what's going on man. So I'm coming off the vent. Dimitri? You are, yeah, Mondays are usually devoted to our pal cam Sharon comes here in studio and we do deep dives and unfortunately he's under the weather today. So I had to throw up the bat signal and you so generously answered and I'm happy to have you man. It's always a boss when you come on the pedo cast. Yeah, well, really happy to help out both you and camp, who I work with and Toronto, obviously. He's been actually putting out some stuff that's really been getting my gear turning recently. Yes, yeah. And we are going to talk about Toronto Maple Leafs today as well. So it's all coming together. So the plan for today is we've got some topics that you and I wanted to discuss and bounce around and then hopefully at the end of the show we're going to have some time left over to take some listener questions as well. So let's start with the lease. Let's start talking about them because I haven't honestly spent much time on the PDO class this season discussing them, I feel like there's enough content out there on other platforms where you can get all the leafs news and reactions and analysis and XS and os that you want. But you know I think there is a lot for us to unpack here and I'm kind of curious for your take on what we're seeing from in the season. Well, just to recap right now, Jake muzzin, he's got some serious health issues may never play in HL hockey again. I hope that he does, but it's looking unlikely, TJ brodie now is going to be out for a little bit with an injury. So the leafs generally it's almost like a meme when people say that least need defense them, but now at least they're actually they really need defensemen.

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The latest in sports

AP News Radio

01:58 min | 2 weeks ago

The latest in sports

"AP sports I'm David Shuster we begin in the NBA where Jayson Tatum scored a game high 34 points as Boston defeated Denver one 31 one 12 His night and day the way that we're playing the start of this season compared to the start of last season But whenever we made that change I just feel like we haven't looked back and for the most part we got the same group One or two new guys but they really know how to play the game In New York RJ Barrett scored 30 points for Tom thibodeau as the Knicks down Detroit one 21 one 12 The thing that was different about this game is we still didn't shoot the ball great But I thought we made a lot of plays on selfish place to help get high quality shots Elsewhere Oklahoma City had 8 players in double figure scoring running past Toronto by 19 Memphis had three players over 20 points beating Minnesota one 14 one O three and Golden State got 40 points from Steph Curry one O 6 one O one over Cleveland turning to hockey Washington defeated Tampa Bay as Craig heist reports Darcy Kemper made 28 saves and helped kill off a 5 minute power play in the second period as the capitals beat the lightning 5 to one Sonny Milano had two goals and an assist Anthony mantha Alexi protest and Connor sherry each lit the lamp Kemper missed out on the shutout when Nick permits scored in the third More importantly I think just as a group we came together with the urgency that we really wanted this win and you could see it in our play right from the start and it was nice to see everyone get rewarded College hoops the top 5 teams in the country all in action with number two Gonzaga squeaking out a one point victory at Michigan state Meanwhile number one North Carolina three Houston Ford Kentucky and 5 Baylor all were comfortable winners baseball news the Houston Astros fired their GM James click after he turned down their one year contract to offer and football buffalo quarterback Josh Allen he's questionable for Sunday's game against Minnesota with a sore elbow I'm David Shuster AP sports

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Lee, Nelson lead surging Islanders to 5-2 win over Blues

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 3 weeks ago

Lee, Nelson lead surging Islanders to 5-2 win over Blues

"The islanders net four unanswered second period goals and beat the blues 5 to two New York wins their 5th in a row St. Louis has dropped 6 straight The second period goals are scored by cow pal Mary Brock Nelson Josh Bailey and Anders Lee Regardless of what's going on over there that's a great that's a great hockey team And they're going to figure it out and they're going to they're going to have a great season It's just a stretch for them And so we knew they were coming and becoming hard And they always doing this building is a tough place to play Vladimir Cinco and Robert Thomas score for the blues Ilya siroc and wins in Jordan Bennington takes the loss Mike Reeves St. Louis

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AP News Radio

01:59 min | Last month

The latest in sports

"AP sports I'm Bruce Morton The World Series stands at one one after the Astros defeated the Phillies 5 to two Houston jumped on loser Zach Wheeler for three first inning runs more than enough for from Vera Valdez who went a strong 6 and one third innings to get the victory As far as stroh's manager dusty baker says from valdes it's just more of the same This guy has been as consistent as any picture that I've ever had throughout the course of the year and he just continued to do the same thing during the playoffs Game three is Monday in Philadelphia College football second ranked Ohio State came on strong down the stretch to thump number 13 Penn State 44 31 The Lions went up in the fourth quarter 21 16 but buckeyes defensive end JT to imola said that's when OSU went to work We never broke you know we always stay strong We always we always just love the challenge you know And you know after they scored there was no break We were just telling each other like hey it's stuff we gotta fix Top ranks Georgia led from start to finish topping Florida 42 to 20 in the third quarter the Gators tried to come back from a 28 to three halftime deficit but UGA coach Kirby smart said his guys were equal to the task The time there where we lost momentum and that's happened to us more this year than it did last year And we bounced back So I was really proud of the players AP top ten upset victims were number 9 Oklahoma state which was squished 48 nothing by 22nd ranked Kansas state and number ten wake forest which lost at Louisville 48 21 Top ten winners were Tennessee Michigan TCU Oregon and USC Pro basketball the bucks improved to 5 and by outlasting Atlanta one 23 one 15 and Sacramento won for the first time in 5 tries this season by defeating Miami one 19 one 13 Hockey in a battle of two teams off to hot starts the hurricanes went overtime to defeat the flyers four three Bruce Morton AP sports

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Koepka Finally Hits Form

Fore The People

00:35 sec | Last month

Koepka Finally Hits Form

"How about freaking Capcom, man? Kept coming. Freaking is game is his game is back. His game is back. I mean, people thought he was talking shit about live, but he was really did it on accident. He says, well, it's a shame. There's nothing to play. 'cause I'm playing good. I mean, they're about to play for insanity money and they're match play thing, but you basically knows his games back. But that's the whole deal. You don't play a lot there. You may consider money. That's kind of how it goes. But Brooke's books look pretty good, man. Hockey Brooks is hard to be, for sure. Yeah, he's fun to watch. When arrogant broke starts playing good, it's fun to watch

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The NHL Releases Diversity Survey Results, Deemed 'Too White'

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

02:00 min | Last month

The NHL Releases Diversity Survey Results, Deemed 'Too White'

"L is just ramping up a diversity and inclusion survey. So they did a big investigation. And I don't know why, I don't know how much money they spent, but it was too much money. Because the whole point of this was to find out if the NHL is too white. Well, of course, it's too white. It's all white. It's like 84%. This is true. And mainly, the reason why, so this is a big problem. So the NHL is very concerned because there are far too many white people that are working for the NHL and attending NHL matches. Oh my goodness. So they're trying to figure out how do we get more fans of color and that's their terminology, not mine. And they also are trying to figure out how do they hire more non white people. I love how these are the problems that are focused on. 84% they say of the staff at the NHL headquarters is lily white. There's a lot of Caucasian persuasion. So anyway, this is a big deal. I mean, they're really freaking out over all of this stuff, and they don't know what to do. And they really do, they feel like they truly be a great NHL team. They've got to have more people of color on the teams. Now, grace, it seems to me. And I'm not a big hockey fan. Me neither. I will say the national predators do a heck of a great job. That's a great fan experience. But I'm just not a big fan. Seems to me that if you're an NHL owner, you would want the best players on the ice, and you would want somebody who can take a punch. You want to bring home that, what's it called the Stanley Cup? I don't know. But there's a lot of there's more fighting than anything else. There is. So you WWE. So you want somebody that's going to be able to get their nose broken, but still be able to get out there and do their job. True. Got to be tough. All for the sake of diversity.

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The NHL Falls to the Wokies

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:55 min | Last month

The NHL Falls to the Wokies

"This 24 page report from the NHL accelerating diversity and inclusion embedded in the entire thing is there something wrong with white people. It says here hockey in many respects is a universal language. Then they have a gay flag here. This commissioner Gary bettman, very weak person. Goes to the whole thing. We need to diversify the youth hockey ecosystem. Why? What's the goal here? Why do you need to do that? Combating racism and discrimination through education and accountability, oh, they have an NHL hotline to all the leagues and players to report instances of unethical conduct. The mention one leadership, dimension two education, dimension three, employment, improved recruiting and hiring and development practices throughout hockey to increase bipoc, which is, I think people of color. I don't know what the by stands for. Is that bisexual indigenous people of color? A black and okay, sorry. Black indigenous and people of color. It's hard to keep up with the intersectionality. Black indigenous people of color, not bisexual indigenous people of color. I'm sure that would be fine too with them. I'm sure if the person was bisexual, they'd get promoted. Marketing. Further developed content and communication strategies to increase and expand the appeal of hockey to young and diverse audiences. I do have to say with the NBA thing, do you think the NBA has a report to try to recruit more white people to the league? Yeah, we need to have a diversity report to go get more white folks to go play basketball. Not exactly a concern for them, then they have partnerships in their 20 four page report. Then participation. And community engagement, build community affairs, engagement, and affairs that improve the lives of bipoc and historically marginalized groups.

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NHL Declares a Diversity Crisis

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:06 min | Last month

NHL Declares a Diversity Crisis

"I always thought of the NHL as a kind of really Gritty league kind of anti woke in a sense and like the recent phenomena. And it's a really, it's a tough sport. I got to say, I have a lot of respect for hockey players. The amount of work they put in, it is physically exhausting. I think they have the shortest off season, and they are also the least paid per game per hour as far if you count baseball, basketball, football, hockey, is kind of the major four. But you got a lot of respect for hockey players. And so with all that being said, the woke mind virus knows no bounce. The WOAK pathogen has no borders, no barriers, and yes, it's infected the National Basketball Association. It's infected the National Football League. It is infected Major League Baseball, but I think MLB's done a pretty good job of immunizing itself from it. And now it has completely and totally infected the national Hockey League. So I fully admit I really haven't watched much of a hockey game in 7 years. It is a wildly entertaining sport, but now the National Hockey League is going out of their way to pander to woke ideology, diversity, equity inclusion, affirmative action guidelines, hockey of all sports. Play cut 56. I think the one area that we are feeling positive about is that 38% of our workforce are women. Having said that, we know we have work to do with women of color and we're leaning into them. I think the thing that you should take away from the workforce studying is that it is a progressive outlook on how you begin to manage your talent. All right, I'm really getting upset about this. So they want to diversify the National Hockey League. Why don't they want to diversify the National Basketball Association? No one ever talks about that. It's not a very diverse league.

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"hockey" Discussed on The Hockey PDOcast

The Hockey PDOcast

03:41 min | Last month

"hockey" Discussed on The Hockey PDOcast

"In terms of the on ice impacts. So yeah, I think that's really what it comes down to for me. All right, Jack. We're going to take a quick break here from the mailbag. And then we're going to come back with more questions in a few. So you are listening to the hockey PDO cast on the sportsnet radio network. All right, we're back

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AP source: MacKinnon signs 8-year deal, highest paid in NHL

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 2 months ago

AP source: MacKinnon signs 8-year deal, highest paid in NHL

"Nathan McKinnon's next athletic move is finding additional room in his wallet The avalanche Tuesday announced their 27 year old star center has agreed to an 8 year contract extension that will keep him with the team through the 2030 31 season According to multiple sources the deal will total $100.8 million making him the highest paid player in the National Hockey League The team leader in points per game McKinnon helped the abs to their first Stanley Cup title in 21 years last season Bruce Morton Denver

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The Consumer Welfare Standard Is for Your Protection!

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:30 min | 2 months ago

The Consumer Welfare Standard Is for Your Protection!

"Took some flack from conservatives who bought the wrong argument here that antitrust was where you attack section two 30, which, you know, frankly, and I've talked about it on this podcast section two 30 has enough teeth in it right now to shut down the abuses that we're talking about. We just got a DoJ that doesn't want to prosecute the cases based on an old court case that they say they can't. That's just wrong. But this is where we've got to overcome it. How does your organization do that? How can we continue to get this message out that antitrust is there to say the consumer and yes, it protects them from the big bad companies, but it also protects our free enterprise system as we know it. Exactly. Again, I go back to, let's not talk about I don't talk about antitrust so much as I talk about the consumer welfare standard, which is the operating system, which drives antitrust enforcement now, which is what the courts. And the courts are the things that are is the branch of government that's protecting the consumer right now, because as you can see, Amy Klobuchar and the Democrats and want to tear down the consumer welfare standard. And they can do that just by passing a statute, changing the law. And then the courts have to follow what they do. Well, supposedly what they have to follow what they do. They don't always follow what they do. But the key here is for people to understand very simply that the consumer welfare standard is for your protection as the consumer and the economy and that there are different kinds of consumers, but that's what your protection is. It's by creating economic efficiency which drives prices and innovation and job creation and wealth creation. I mean, if you look at Joe Biden, I'm sorry for wandering off again, but Joe Biden issued 72 executive orders last year. All of government approach to competition. And he said, and he actually, this is what really rowed me. He named my father. He said, judge bork's experiment failed. And antitrust. Well, that was utter horse hockey. And, you know, I wrote a piece in the op-ed where I pointed out that the economy has grown three times in size, that there are more small businesses than ever before, the rate of growth of small businesses was enormous. He said that was not true. But Biden and the truth are two things that are not acquainted with each other.

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'The Truth About Energy, Global Warming, and Climate Change'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:14 min | 3 months ago

'The Truth About Energy, Global Warming, and Climate Change'

"To Jerome corsi. What a joy it is Jerome to have you here in the studio. And to talk about what most people are thinking, but they don't have the science or the facts to back it up. You have it in the book. This is the title of the book is the truth about energy global warming and climate change. So let's keep going. What else do we need to know? A couple more points. I want to first of all say that the IPCC, which is this United Nations intergovernmental panel on climate change, which is the group saying we're all going to die because a few more parts per million of carbon dioxide in the air. But hydrocarbon fuels, burning, creates the carbon dioxide, capitalism is wrong and evil. The scientists are actually good scientists. And what makes them so dangerous is they twist the science in order to make it come to their conclusion. They have to do things like Michael Mann did with his hockey stick. Everything's stable. We have had no temperature variations going back. Thousands of years or hundreds of years, industrial revolution comes along. Suddenly, the blade of the hockey stick goes up. Nonsense. They erase the little ice age. You erase the medieval warming period. Okay,

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Montgomery College Internship Disallowed White Applicants

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:37 min | 3 months ago

Montgomery College Internship Disallowed White Applicants

"And that's a problem. If you're wanting a job at Montgomery college, in Maryland. So campus reform, the author of this great piece, Sterling Mosley. Writing that the university was looking to hire two faculty interns. Again, this is a community college in Maryland, and there was a requirement that the interns be minorities. Now it's a little weird. Yours truly, Todd steins is proud to be a hockey. A person of the Caucasian persuasion. A saltine American, if you will. We don't like to say that the cracker C word on my apologies. Were we able to dump that? Oh, we did. Okay, my apologies. So, the C word. You all right there. I know, I had to fall out of my chair. Saltine American. So anyway, campus reform got a hold of this. And they're like, wait, wait, what? You're only non white. If you are not a white person, you are not allowed to apply for the job. So it's like you show up, you've got a nice Brooks brothers suit and tie and you walk in there and your hair is combed and you smell nice. You smell good. The old spice. You got the shoes polished. Oh man, we're triggering people all over the place right now. You'll walk in there and you've got your resume and you're on time. For the interview. Which is very racist, judo. You walk in there on time and you hand over your resume and they don't even bother to look at it and they said, sorry, you're white.

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The Latest in Sports

AP News Radio

00:59 min | 4 months ago

The Latest in Sports

"AP sports I'm David Shuster Friday was a busy night at Major League Baseball and no one was busier than the Toronto Blue Jays who kept hitting and scoring is a clobbered Boston 28 to 5 They scored 11 runs in the 5th inning They had 29 hits on the night and not one but two players with 6 RBIs Elsewhere Aaron judge keeps hitting home runs two more Friday night giving him 36 on this season The Yankees beating Baltimore and out in Seattle Houston ended the Mariners win streak at 14 the other ale winners Cleveland Tampa Bay and Oakland Over in the national league you Darvish out dual Max Scherzer as San Diego beat the mets four to one the other NL winners Cincinnati Miami Arizona Milwaukee and the Dodgers Pro football quarterback Deshawn Watson showed up at Cleveland's training camp but neither he nor the browns know if the NFL will suspend him college football the NCAA has charged Tennessee's program with 18 level one alleged violations and in hockey Calgary dealt Matthew kachak to Florida for Jonathan huber dough and Mackenzie Uighur I'm David Shuster AP sports

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Mediaite's Sarah Rumpf Offended by Mark Levin's 'Ranting'

Mark Levin

01:51 min | 4 months ago

Mediaite's Sarah Rumpf Offended by Mark Levin's 'Ranting'

"And it puts some really vicious stupid people to work Now I would not call Sarah rump a vicious stupid person I don't know her All I said is she seemed like a 12 year old Her lack of substance in her writing style she took grave grave not even great grave offense She pointed out I'm a lawyer And she was upset at my ranting And she said of course I didn't provide any substantive information in response to her genius Of course I did it's right there on the video that she attached But she's a slow listener She said you know there's four elements for elements in greenhouse gases really Who knew Sarah I've studied this issue at great length many many years ago When you were 12 years old doctor Edward wegman from page one 32 of liberty and tyranny I wrote that book I thought you should know A professor at the center for computational statistics at George Mason university Chair of the national Academy of Sciences committee on applied theoretical statistics Board member of the American statistical association More than just a lawyer was tasked by congressional committee to lead a group of experts in examining the hockey stick evidence Now this evidence but like getting into great detail you see Sarah broadcasting you have limited time Which is why when you write a stupid essay you have all the time in the world

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The Latest in Sports

AP News Radio

00:59 min | 4 months ago

The Latest in Sports

"AP sports I'm Bruce Morton Tradition reigns supreme Thursday when the British open returns to the old course at saint Andrews The weather forecast calls for just a slight breeze Baseball the mets won in Atlanta 7 three while the twins scored a four one victory over Milwaukee The Blue Jays have fired manager Charlie montoyo replacing him with bench coach John Schneider for the rest of the season Toronto's next opponent the royals won't be at full strength Ten players on Kansas City's roster are in violation of Canadian restrictions against travelers who are not vaccinated against COVID-19 College football at the conference's media day knew big 12 commissioner Brent your mark says the league will consider all possible realignment possibilities Hockey along line of NHL free agency moves among them Stanley Cup winning goaltender Darcy Kemper going from Colorado to the capitals and Johnny goodrow leaving Calgary for Columbus Bruce Martin AP sports

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Watch Sports in Person Is a Whole New Experience

The Right Time with Bomani Jones

01:24 min | 4 months ago

Watch Sports in Person Is a Whole New Experience

"I think I've talked about this on here before, but I'm gonna say it is for anybody who doesn't know it. There are different things about different sports that jump out when you're in person and you're up close that you can't get. For example, with hockey, you don't have a grasp on both how big and how fast those guys are. And they're moving on skates, right? You kind of got to get there to see that one. With basketball, what you're really don't get is how big those guys are. Like those dudes are built more like football players than you realize. We in this world where people act like somebody being like 6, 6, two out of ten pounds is small or something like that. These are big dudes with boxing. Ain't nothing more underrated than the jab. The jab is doing so much work. You just eat them cats out here with that right there. And you will think nothing of it because they'd be eating those jabs and keeping it going and then HD was like, oh no, look what happened when you hit this jab and you see the wave go across somebody's face, the jab doing work. The real punch, man, I watch triple G, knock somebody out with what appeared to be a body punch or maybe it was a body punch that turned into a punch into the chin, but I just remember seeing that and just being like, oh my God. I'm not a big fighter. Yeah, I'm not a big fighter, but I had somebody hit me with jab wants and that's when I decided we needed a hug it out. Whatever it was. Because it cleared my sinuses. You know, like, it cleared my ears.

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Avalanche Re-Sign Valeri Nichushkin to 8-Year, $49 Million Contract

Schlereth and Evans

01:28 min | 4 months ago

Avalanche Re-Sign Valeri Nichushkin to 8-Year, $49 Million Contract

"But we start with the biggest story. Really, of the Denver sports landscape, the Colorado avalanche signed pending unrestricted free agent valerian to an 8 year extension. It's the big boy deal, fellas, the club announced it yesterday, the contract. By the way, and I'll just kind of get this off my chest. It's so funny the way that these sports are covered like in the NBA or in the NFL, this would be a massive get for a inside reporter, Adam Schefter, Asian or janowski, sham sharan, you know, fill in the blank, right? The teams announce it in hockey more oftentimes than it actually gets broken by reporter. I know that's a niche thought, but instead of like Ian rappaport breaking the story, like the abs just like tweet it and just interesting niche thought. But valerian and 8 year extension, the contract is worth $49 million with an annual average value of 6.1 million bucks to choose can just have the best regular season of his career, mark 25 goals, 52 points and 62 games. The abs are telling you this guy's a part of our core. Yeah, and here was a guy when he came into the league as it first rounder was considered a bus. He was a

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Sharks hire Mike Grier as NHL's first Black GM

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 5 months ago

Sharks hire Mike Grier as NHL's first Black GM

"My Greer is the shark's new general manager the first black man to hold that position for a National Hockey League team Greer played more than 1000 NHL games over 14 seasons including three with the sharks He retired in 2011 and has since spent time as a scout in Chicago and assistant coach in New Jersey and hockey operations adviser for the New York rangers where he held many of the responsibilities of an assistant general manager He takes over a rebuilding San Jose team just two days before the NHL draft with his team holding the 11th pick in four days after the dismissal of the shark's head coach and three assistants I'm Ben Thomas

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"hockey" Discussed on The Hockey PDOcast

The Hockey PDOcast

04:40 min | 6 months ago

"hockey" Discussed on The Hockey PDOcast

"Four and 5, they were the better team, no matter what game state you preferred in my view. And yet that Blake Coleman disallowed goal is unbelievable. I'm still not really over it. I'm still stunned that that golden stand, I didn't watch it live, I was at a comedy show, but I went once I sort of caught up to everything. I just can't believe that that's how that series ended. I do feel like we kind of got deprived of some really good Saturday night hockey anyway this weekend. Just because that should have counted every time. Well, here's a story for me in this series. It's much more nuanced than this, but at the root of it, Edmonton's best players were better than Calgary's best players. 100%. And the reason why that's relevant is because the flames clearly enter this series with, I don't want to say a disregard for how they were going to handle him at David minutes, but I think they were probably pretty confident that they felt like they had the superior team based on what we saw from them in regular season, especially at 5 one 5 that they could handle the round of play. I felt similarly. And so they really seemed to have no sort of strategy in the first two games at home with the benefit of home ice in terms of how they wanted to handle those McDavid minutes. If you look at the distribution of ice time, it was pretty much evenly split between lidholm, backlund and kratky. They were kind of just rolling lines. I think they thought that they could play their game and force Edmonton to react to them, and they were wrong. They definitely did because in games three and four and Edmonton. That stopped. Woodcroft did a very good job of being like, actually, we're going to target your first line with McDavid because we feel very good about that matchup. He's really good, huh? He is. He's a really good coach. Good morning, everyone a second here. In game three, McDavid played one minute total against Michael backlund and that wasn't by accident. No. And you could tell, I'm a big believer that actions speak louder than words for coaches. Like coaches will say a lot of stuff in the media, but then you just purely based on how they play their players and how they distribute ice time tells you a lot about their inner monologue of how they feel about their team at the moment. And in game 5, what their season on the line and last change, again, Gallagher. He was trying to get back on out there every single time he possibly could against McDavid and unfortunately for them it was too little too late. But I imagine if he could have a do over like he'd have a bit more of that sense of urgency to play the matchup game right from the jump, even though they did win that game one, I feel like it kind of diluted them into thinking that that was the right way to go about it. Yeah, no, I think you're right..

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"hockey" Discussed on The Hockey PDOcast

The Hockey PDOcast

05:06 min | 6 months ago

"hockey" Discussed on The Hockey PDOcast

"To the hockey PDO cast. My name is Dimitri filipovic, and joining me is my good buddy Thomas strands Tom. What's going on man? Damn, let's do this. Having our having our two to three time a week, nerdy hockey conversation, but this time, for the consumption of your listeners, love to do it. Thanks for having me. That's right. Well, we were joking. It's really where just pressing record. Otherwise, we would probably just be having the same conversation with the same excruciating detail in there. Maybe a couple of takes that we're not quite as comfortable sharing on Mike, but other than that. Yeah. Well, we'll see how it goes. I mean, listen, it's an early Sunday evening. That's Celtics heat games, Evan after this. So we're going to be trying to in and out of here efficiently. So here's the plan. We're going to recap around two and kind of apply it to previewing the Conference Finals. We are recording this before game 7 of rangers hurricanes because those pesky rangers decided to screw with our plans and force a game 7. So or is it the pesky hurricanes who just refused to win on the road? It's one of those for sure. So we're going to touch on that series and I think we're going to more so apply it to when we talk about the lightning Panthers and then we're going to talk about lighting because we know they're playing so then we can be like, all right, maybe this is what either of those teams could do against the lightning. More so than focus. The rangers could show up. That's about how they can do against the lightning. We'll see that for later, yeah. So let's start with Euler's flames. I think that's the very natural starting point for us here because what a sexy series. What a sexy series and also like, I mean, you have to talk about McDavid. I feel like you can have a hockey conversation today without starting with that. But that one also passed the mom test. My mom was asking me about that series. She was checking in with me. You know, my neighbors, I'm neighbors with a guy named gourd, my next door neighbor is a guy named gourd, who's a big oilers fan, of course. It's the most Canadian thing about me other than the fact that I'm a hockey writer. Yeah. And I felt like that was a series that actually captured people in Canada's imaginations..

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"hockey" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

08:10 min | 10 months ago

"hockey" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

"The NHL is because I don't know what that's going on. So maybe that's better for that's why I'm doing what I'm doing, man. You're right all the time. All you do is just fire something out. Did you have a favorite guy to play against? Like he just he ground your gears, you were into him like into his head all the time. Like was there somebody in all your battles, you're like, man, I battled that guy forever. Well, I'll give you two examples. First one was Steve Thomas. Dumpy and I used to go at it like crazy when he was in New Jersey and I was in Montreal and then when I was in Tampa and he was in Toronto, we went at it from the drop of the park to the end of the game. It was just nonstop. They do competitive guys. But, you know, my job at that time was obviously to get under the skin of the better players in the opposition. So I thought if I drove not sundin, crazy, Phoebe Thomas would come looking. So it was that was kind of the first thing for me and then I think I'm pretty good buddies with them. Matthew barnaby in retirement plan in the alumni games and things of that nature and we used to go at it like crazy with drop of the park as well. And it was more of I think we only fought once or twice, but I mean, I think it was more of like the funny one liners and the things that you could come up with to make everybody on the bench laugh between me and him than it was to anything else, but you know the game within the game has really changed if you look at the way it is. Now there's not a lot of talking and the personalities are very toned down. I really enjoyed that part of it from the referees right on out, you know, you knew who the referees were and you could just knew how far you could take it. You could give some guys a little bit more. You had to give some guys a little bit less. But I do miss that personality part of it because at the end of the day, a lot of the game is entertainment and so it's sometimes tough to watch not to see some of those personalities. Fought, don't be a few times, I assume. I thought stumpy twice for sure, maybe a third time I can't. I know for sure twice once in Montreal and once when I was with Tampa intro. How'd you do? First one was really good one, but I probably lost that one. The second one, I think that I got it pretty good because he laughed about it afterwards. He has a team picture and his house where he has two black guys so I must've got him somewhere good in that second one. So we kind of giggle. We're playing golf now. I fought him one time. I never fought. I don't know what the hell I'm doing thinking that was my size. I mean, like we could fight. As Jamie mclennan said, I came third in that fight. He hit me about 57 times. I'm like, I don't even know who this guy is. It was our first year. What a terrible mistake to make. That was awful. Yeah, he threw Fast & Furious. That's what it that way. Stumpy was very good at throwing fists really, really quickly. So I tried to get as fast as I could. The first one he got me pretty good. I was pretty young at that time, but his second one, I was doing okay. You're ready. You were ready. Look, Darcy, we see so many players jump from maybe not right out of the national high league and into coaching or management. There can be a transition period there. So many guys mindful respectful of their young families. Most recently, you know, Marty San Luis on the bench with the Montreal Canadiens Vinny look alier named as a special adviser in hockey operations. You've dabbled a little bit, but is it similar for you or have you had opportunities where there was a chance for you to dive into hockey operations with a specific team? No, I haven't had that opportunity and I've never really pushed it. I've always enjoyed this is my first year not coaching minor hockey. I'm actually enjoying myself spending some time just sitting in the stands and being dad. You know, my biggest thing and regretted hockey is that I'd never got an opportunity to chase the Stanley Cup, you know, we had good teams here in Toronto and we went fairly long distance. You know, I think as a player, you always want to win a Stanley Cup and that's probably my biggest regret and what I love to do it absolutely. But I'm a big believer in working your way up. You know, you look at a lot of these coaches that have spent years in the miners, building themselves up, learning the game. So to go back to that scenario is probably not something that I'm willing to do at this particular point in my life, but you never know what's going to happen down the road. Never say never to maybe getting back into the game in that aspect, but you know I'm a big believer in learning the game and becoming a sponge, I've had some really good coaches over the course of my life to build off of, and a big person in my life that I look up to that started a long way is Travis green. He did everything he possibly could to become a great head coach in the National Hockey League and he had. And you know, unfortunately, it didn't work on Vancouver, but he's got he's got a long time in this game. He's probably gonna chase that Stanley Cup down somewhere else now. What do you miss most about playing? Is it just the competition or is it the guys or is it a bit of both or I think it's a bit of both? I don't miss my body feeling the way it did. My last couple of years, you know, I was a young guy when I left the game. I relatively young so to speak at 35, 36 and my body was beat up and Rey, it was completely falling apart. So for me, I don't miss that aspect of it. I do miss the banter in the locker room, being around the guys on the road trips, having conversations. You know, Brian mccabe and I room together even though we didn't need our own rooms by the end of our tenure in Toronto, just because I think that camaraderie in that talk and after the game and being together with the guys, you know, camera and I would go back to our room and Jeff O'Neill would show up and we'd hot stove it and chitchat about the game and life and family and things of that nature and that's probably the biggest thing I missed about not playing and not being around the guys. What keeps you competitive now? Golf. I'm a 3.1 index at poppin wood, which I have a place down in Florida. So that puts me at a one down there and I don't like it very much because those old buggers are great in my pocket. So I'm having a hard time with the other dealing with the cap down there in Florida, but I mean, I got a pretty good this summer. I went from 6.1 index down to a 3.1, so I had a really good summer, a 157 rounds will do that to your boys. I've got the bug and I thoroughly keep myself competitive because of golf. I played yesterday in Vancouver, my first round out and saying to dregs up, man, it's just that early year golf is so great. You don't really care. Or like, I hit lots of great shots and I was like, wow, that was pretty good. Now I can't wait to play again and, you know, then you start digging yourself in a hole, right? That's exactly it. So started to play after that first round because you're like, wow, I played really good. And then you go to the second time and you're playing for some cash money and watch boom. You're addicted to your pocket handed it over. I play honestly, you know, you say you're down there in the older guys, they get into your pocket. And I played with this one guy yesterday is about 72. I know we miss hit a shot, but I don't know where. It was unbelievable watching them. Same distance every shot never missed, never missed a pot. Drove me crazy. Throw me crazy. Deadly, they get it there and close to the green and two and then they chip and putt. Like I've never seen anything in my entire life. There's so good at it. I got the worst. I could drive the ball good. I could putt really good, but my hands around the green are just terrible. And that's where I lose my shots. Just terrible. With all due respect, should we, should we be done with the love that? Yes. Can we put one to the other or no? Exactly. That's why I scored all those back door topping calls. From 5 feet in, you put it outside 40 feet. I can't do anything..

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The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

02:31 min | 10 months ago

"hockey" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

"Them in that type of environment. Well, you know, the young kid first Slovakia Slovak Kowski. Yeah. Who was just amazing at the Olympics. He was started off at the junior tournament in December and he was, you could see he was going to be a force and then a tournament ended. They'll be somebody like that. Right. You know what's going to be in that tournament might be kind of interesting. From Russia and Connor bedard to see those and these guys, this will be the start of their ramp up to their draft year. The tournament will be terrific, but drags, I think, I think we have to acknowledge here because there was such a furor about it. But it's not just the world junior tournament. The women's tournaments are rescheduled. Yeah. They're going, I don't even know. When is the world junior tournament again? August the age of the 19th, I believe, yeah. And the women's worlds are earlier, I believe in earlier. Later, July, I believe. And the U 18 women's is in that same time frame. Right. It's like, you can't just reschedule this stuff? No. Next Tuesday. Yeah. The calendar needed to be completed and those women's tournaments are every bit the focus as well. Let's not, I mean, they're putting the world junior back in Edmonton because the building's there. They want to put people in the building. That tournament has to go. And so it is going to go and the women's worlds are going to go the U 18s are going to go and then we're going to get right back on the hockey calendar. I'm happy to see all of it because it needs to happen. I asked about Siberia, right? The next world juniors, just because of the political unrest and everything that's almost got my head snapped off that were like, what are you asking about that for? We have so many yeah, exactly. You know, that's well played. I'll tell you one thing. With the unrest there, it doesn't really make me kick up my heels and say, oh, what a great idea next Christmas to go there. Well, you've got a lot of time to fester and we're real. Oh yeah, I get a lot to do before there. We all do. Thank you, Boston pizza. Those are your internationally flavored headlines this week. Our interviews and ran dregs are brought to you by our friends at Canadian club whisky. You are asking, are you over beer? Why not try a refreshing CC, Ginger ale, throw some lime in.

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The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

05:32 min | 10 months ago

"hockey" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

"Now, Marty when we played against each other, your team had a you guys were as young as anybody at those first couple Devils teams. When did you know that while we're pretty good or we're really good? Because it seemed to come all of a sudden and then you guys were dominant for a decade. You know, I think when we started believing in ourselves and the core players played together for a long time, I think that's what really makes a hockey team. It's hard when you start injecting people in and out your roster a lot. And so when we were able to stay together as long as possible, we always had the nucleus of players from the start with Scott Stevens Scott ninay identical myself. You move up in the 2000 John Madden, jpeg off of Scott romance. And we just kept on adding around the core group of players to try to make it and there was a huge how can I say that when you walk into the Devils? It was all about the doubles. You know, there was nothing the ego of another player didn't matter..

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The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"hockey" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

"In hartford. So there's a big group of of us that we're all twenty and twenty one years old and a bunch of guys got their first card and like it was a big deal back then. There wasn't a whole bunch of card companies. So when you got your first card. You're pretty excited. Well one of our guys paul. Mcdermott husan lane played in los angeles last year and is now in in colorado. He never got one so the next year comes out. He's not in the senate again. So now we're asking them all the time a durham. Can i get one of your cards. He doesn't have one he doesn't have one into year three. He comes on the boss. Some fan had his card and gave it to him. It was his first card in his third year. It was like he just won the super bowl. he was culture and we kept. Hey can i. Can you sign that card for me. I don't have a card was awesome Did he ever get surly like i remember. Yeah you know and you know what i. This is one hundred percent true. Yeah i wish. I would've taken thirty seconds and sign the cards without being pissed off. Yeah but there's a lot of stuff that goes army. You lost the game You're you know you're in a slump. Whatever you know but if you think of it. I mean it's easy now because there's no emotion to it. Yeah you can take five minutes and sign fifty cards thirty cards. Yeah there were times older wiser rate. Yeah yeah i mean. There were times. I'd be like okay. I know where that door is. I can squeak over there and get. The mike are quicker. I wish i wouldn't have done it. Good for you what's Why note the next weaker so pluses. It's pure mayhem in your life right. It is It's going to be busy I've got to get to work and find out where the hell all these players play Because we got game starting Commies going out of town. She's going to see your parents for the first time in two years on wise. I just saw her mom the other day and I'm really happy for that. She's going to get to see your parents in chicago. She's running her hockey tournament there And i think they've got fifty. Four team signed up for it. So which means of course. I've got the kids which we're always up on two wheels I'm looking. I'm just trying to get through tonight when we've got you for dinner. Oh you know and You know don't they'll be occasion. Yeah it is a special occasion. You're coming know that is something we're gonna use the paper plates nights all. Yeah okay are you okay. If i feed all eat table scraps cami would she would be if you pull off just. Because he doesn't want the dog's health to be jeopardized nor she doesn't want the dog eating food off the table she would not be. That's perfect what are you going home tomorrow and Apparently so but you know what this has been This has been good. I talked to somebody on the phone earlier today again. We're at the wall center here at the makeshift sa- karasin price studio But this has been therapeutic for me. I struggled through cova idea analyst..

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"hockey" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"hockey" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

"All right ray. We're pleased to be joined now by brian. Boucher i wanna say formerly of nbc. Because technically. I'm assuming that you know your time with nbc now over that the stanley cup has been awarded. And i know you're looking forward as is to to joining. Espn for next season. We'll talk about that a little bit later in the podcast but look just give us your thoughts. The run of the national hockey league certainly coming out of the short and fifty six game regular season into the playoffs which were overwhelming success with fans back in the buildings i mean it was great to see a full building in tampa bay to be able to watch the tampa bay. Lightning successfully defend their championship. But i mean you've endured pretty much the same sort of experience through the postseason that the players have it was a unique. Experience is not a fair way to describe it. Was you know. I think to start the year. I think we started the season in tampa in january mid-january there and there was no fans you know. I got tested every game. That i did that. I was inside the glass. I got tested much like the players did and as the season wore on some capacity in some buildings and then when we got to the playoffs have felt it felt more and more normal. Even though you had to test a lot of the testing protocols that were put in place where i think that you know they mastered. Basically i mean you. You went in every time you went in there. You got your result within thirty minutes. You're on your way and you just got used to it so you adjusted for the players. I can't imagine the extra grind that was put on these guys day after day. Make sure that you know. They tested okay that they live their lives. You know with relative discipline to make sure that they you know. They didn't put themselves at risk until they got vaccinated. This adds another level of of work to it and i commend all the players for doing what they did. I commend the league for pulling it off. Once again. they didn't above last year was amazing. I know it wasn't for everybody. The experience wasn't for everybody. I personally enjoyed it passed because yeah we want spas at one big you know youth hockey tournament was great and this one was different. But you know hopefully going forward that we've put this array remarried and we look forward to resuming our lives. We've normally like we normally do and we get to the rank and watch hockey full buildings everywhere on the national hockey league bush which which victory was more impressive..

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