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13:22 min | 1 year ago

"jim montgomery" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"National Hockey League's certainly is restructuring at least in the coaching ranks as three NHL. Oh head coaches have been fired for their unacceptable conduct. The Dallas Stars fired coach. Jim Montgomery citing unprofessional conduct as the reason for his dismissal he he is a second. NHL Coach to be fired for inappropriate. Behavior and Calgary coach. Bill Peters resigned after former player allege that Peter's use racial slurs in the locker room something that Peters later admitted to be true and Peters was also accused of physically abusing players while coaching with the Carolina Hurricanes and Toronto's Mike Babcock was like Oh after allegations of his conduct with players Peterson. Montgomery's firings come after National Hockey League. Commissioner Gary Bettman Edmund Outline new policies to crack down on misconduct particularly from coaches across the league and Bret Hedican who played seventeen years in the National Channel Hockey League with Saint Louis Vancouver Florida Carolina Anaheim as joined us here on sports byline. He won a Stanley Cup championship with the hurricane. It was a two time. US A lesbian. Now he's a broadcaster for the San Jose Sharks breadth first of all motivation and intimidation. Certainly has been a part of all sports but particularly pro sports. Put this into perspective when it comes to hockey. Well I guess the the perspective would be his. I think there's a right when it treats somebody in a wrong way and I don't think that really Changes in any environment whether you're in a work environment or in professional sports now when you're into professional sports there's a little bit different sort of ways of motivating player to do things that maybe they didn't think they were capable of doing and so driving them to believe something that they don't even believe themselves sometimes. Is the art of coaching right. I mean that's ultimately what you see from at least what I saw you know personally from some of the best coaches I had and you know in two seventeen seasons of playing there ain't shall I had I you know I can. I can probably say three excellent coaches. That really moved me and change me and matter of fact. All three of those coaches helped me play in the Stanley Cup finals. And obviously one the one with Carolina with Peter Lobby lead. Who you know? Obviously there was talk about him In something that he did accidentally they're only fired up on the bench so And so things were kind of coming down on him the last few weeks but people lobby lead had. I've never seen him do anything inappropriate. My point would be. Is You know. These coaches are walking the line of trying to get the most out of their players and I just feel like the guys that really moved me where the guys that you know talking as a man. Treat me with respect the treaty. Not Me like a man as well and through that process. There's always going to be you know ups and downs in that and That that's just professional. Sports is all about bread. One of the things. I've you and correct me if you think I'm wrong about this and it's not an excuse for what has been done by. These coaches are alleged to have been done. But I think it's a generational thing. Take me back to when you were playing youth hockey and and going up through the ranks and getting to the National Hockey League. was there a consistency as to how you coach player in hockey Yeah they were pretty consistent in my youth I would say you know. A lot of the coaches I had Most of them were volunteer. I mean throughout my young young rice and You know from ten to twenty let's say Other than college when you get from that eighteen to twenty one when I was at Saint Cloud State You know coach that I had. There was Craig Doll and he never played hockey. He you know he was a football player but was lucky enough to kind of you get hired by her books who won the nineteen eighty Gold medal with that team was coached during the miracle on ice if you will and learned everything thing to her and so as I had him as a coach my very first really serious coach if you will He was somebody that didn't wasn't really Korea timid in fact that he was just really something that learned all the tools to be hockey coach through her books. Essentially but as I got older and as I went through that and I've been to the Olympic. What the team in professional sports you know? I had interesting characters. Let me tell you I mean my Tina very interesting well-known guy that plays mind games on players. And you you know I think I got to a point with him at some point where I really. He broke me. I think in Vancouver and my first time I had him. I actually had like twice first time and Dan and then the next time I had Florida three years later which was ironic. Because when he treated me I looked at him as he pulled me off the ice and ah or pulled out of the locker room and said hey bro made a trade we trade the Florida Panthers and I remember looking at him and saying no. This never happen again. Nobody will ever control my brain again. Yeah and that was the moment that I said but I'm going to start doing more mental left. So is it a generational thing I guess is the thing I'm near. You WanNa tell you I I think what kids think that things are gonNA come easy to them today and maybe things are handed to them. Maybe a little easier or the fact that you know you have this idea of. We're they gotTA participation trophy instead of winning and losing You know that's another thing to think about. But I think three years later when I had my again I had done thousands of mental wrecks and you know ultimately couldn't affect me like you did the first time around but It's interesting to watch. All this progression is happening into these ethics. Yeah I think another thing that I think there was a time where coaches would ask in now most any sport particularly football and hockey as well. Hey Go ahead and run and through that wall for me. Nowadays a kid is going to say probably because he's making better money coach. I've gotTa talk to my agent. I or if I do dad I'm going to hurt myself and I think that's one of the differences. It was the coaches had complete authority in kids And players would do whatever the coaches said. Am I correct in that observation. Jason too yeah. I think I mean other kids. You know anyone challenge our making more money earlier on and and you're right sometimes it just say I'm not going to do that but again I think that lies the responsibility and the coach to try to continue to coach continue to find ways of motivating players. But I think the one thing that we forget about sometimes is having fun and I know with all the money on the line and all the things that we see in professional sports today and the competitiveness headedness of it. A coach still has to find a way to have his players. Love what they do and I think that's a real art to in coaching as well as I think. A lot of coaches they they have the pressure of potentially being fired. You're seeing coaches that we do. You mentioned at the start getting fired for misconduct. And whatever so you know. These coaches are under extreme pressure. So how are they supposed to be easy and how they supposed to have fun there in that locker room every day and I think that's a real hard challenge for or for all coaches today your coach for the San Jose Sharks. Peter deboer had a very interesting quote he said players have had an evolution. So I'll have coaches and so has management and Jeremy Roenick said these are different times and coaches like everyone else. Society needs to be held accountable for what they do or say to players. He said the behavior rules need to be put into writing. And I think that's important and that's what the National Hockey League is trying to do. The League has gotten together. The commissioner has said they're going to come up with a away conduct will have to be committed by the coaches. I think that's a good idea to you. Need due to someone set standard that we all know as a standard of excellence within coaching within the League of the NHL and and make. Let's make sure that we all are. It's it's a privilege to be obviously a player in this game. It's also a privilege to be a coach and so with that privilege comes an expectation and standard of excellence. And so I think that's a great idea. What do you think has been the major affect on today's professional athlete professional hockey player? That is different than when you started in the game and played Seventeen years in the national hockey league the expectations around what would exactly maybe explain as well. I mean if you think about coming into the league and you you were a youngster at that particular time but somebody coming in into the League today. the expectations and the way to motivate them the way to get the most out of them as a player. What's the difference For when you came in and when a player comes in today I came into the League in ninety two ninety three and it was still still old school. It was it was the game was obviously a lot rougher if you will there's more fighting going on the game I think the coaches back when I first I started in the NHL or a little more braces on how they dealt with players You know what I see today. Sometimes I see a fragile player. You know players that don't have the mental reps and I and I always equate it to if you're gonNA walk into the room for the very first day and do a physical meaning arm curl. That's one rep do one. And how many do that's two reps and then you know by the end of the first year you're able to lift a little more. Awaits me when you started. I feel like the mental rats. A player needs to do should be equal one to one so every physical you do. You should somehow find time to do some mental reps and I find like Athens today. I don't know if they do a lot of the mental training is is I think some. Do I think a lot. Don't and I think when you get faced with adversity Not adversely gets. It's the best to you and I think today's out. They gotta get better at it and you're seeing sometimes players. That don't perform the way I think they should because those mental. That's just aren't there over the years we've always talked about the effect that money has on the professional athletes and their motivation in hockey. I've always considered consider the hockey player to be the blue-collar athlete of Professional Sports. There articulate their inciteful. They love the game that they play and everything but has there been an effect on on the athlete their expectations and the way you may be able to interact with them because of the money. They're making yes I think so. You know we've we've had some players as you know even for San Jose that can sometimes you know difficult to do interviews with Yasser before Jayme or even after the game. Sometimes those things get hard You know I think when things are going well some of those athletes will step up to the Mike and and that's all the questions that you know people throw them and then when things don't go well you you know. Sometimes they're they're Outta the locker room very quickly they take a shower and they're gone right and I think part of the money that these players get today comes responsibility as well to be able to face the media when things go out but also face the media when things don't go well And it's very difficult because social media. I I wouldn't say it's hard for the players to associated with today. Things get blown out of proportion. Sometimes you have to watch every little thing that you say So the pressure on the athlete to always be on and and then obviously not let their emotions get to them when they're doing an interview after a tough loss or a tough play in a in a report often a difficult question to answer about maybe their performance performance Then it gets put him at goes viral and say you know. These are pressures that the athlete has as well. So this is a I think. We're going into new generation soon. We're going into new mediums of video and it's putting a lot more pressure on the athletes and And people like me in the media you you know I was just interviewing an author of a book about Sidney Crosby and the essence of that book was about how the speed that he played it the type of player that he wasn't really changed the gain gain. There was the Arab before Sydney and the era after Sydney. When you take a look at the game where it's going and how it's being played today? What do you see as the major differences? Well I think the speed is is one hundred percent key. I think when you look at the top players in the NHL and I played That hasn't changed too much. I mean I think maybe a little. It'll be faster. We'll see your top six folds And your top defenceman but you know the second six. I call it your third and fourth line players today. are just as fast as the first and second line players but the only thing the only difference between the first and second line players in the third and Portland skill level And sometimes his body type So you're seeing the speed of the game is pretty consistent throughout the four lines today versus when I play you got a big drop off between the first and second line versus the third four times. Yeah one of the things that Peter also said he says. I think there's an evolution on all fronts fronts in hockey with these revelations that we've been talking about from the coaching standpoint. Is everybody going to maybe think about what they say before they say particularly coaches coach is going forward because it's a new world in a sense. Yeah I think it has changed. I think that day that was let go. And then they'll oh. Peterson came out And now Jim Montgomery I think thing has things have changed for probably is obviously for the better..

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Dallas Stars fire Jim Montgomery for unprofessional conduct

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Dallas Stars fire Jim Montgomery for unprofessional conduct

"Dallas Stars fired coach. Jim Montgomery citing unprofessional conduct as the reason for his dismissal he he is a second. NHL Coach to be fired for inappropriate.

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"jim montgomery" Discussed on ESPN On Ice with Wyshynski and Kaplan Show

ESPN On Ice with Wyshynski and Kaplan Show

10:34 min | 1 year ago

"jim montgomery" Discussed on ESPN On Ice with Wyshynski and Kaplan Show

"Favorite segments of the week dogs. Now he does. He's not love to eat hot dog and straightened areas immediately. Good hotdogs it's the segment every every week. We take a look at the hockey media The foibles of the hockey the her Piper Hockey media and the mistakes that are made. I always screw up. Brett's last name I'm GonNa say it's Brett Stir Gallup's anonymity New York Post I know Brett I like Brett But Brett wrote a piece that deserves Phil. Kessel loves hotdogs status this past week headline of the article devils PK. Sue Ban is marketing everything thing except his own game now. Here's the thing about PK. Sue Band folks. He's been horrible. This season really bad as we pointed out on the video we did for the power rankings. This week coming into the game against Dallas. PK Sudan was on on on track for a fourteen point season. Fourteen points. What the Keita's Zaitsev put up last year? Fourteen boys WH- Calvin Dahan put up last year So a horrible season piquet but Brit kind of takes to task for doing promotional work while the devils are Are horrible quote. It is amazing that he has time to practice and play games with all the time you spend posting on social media. They must let him keep his on the bench quote a Wednesday a day after John Heinz was fired following a efforts in a four. Nothing lost to the Rangers at home and a seven one thumping coming up in buffalo sue ban was at Bryant Park doing an appearance or Red Bull. The press release said he was the the twenty to twenty one. Oh three James Norris this memorial trophy winner. Entrepreneur philanthropist on Thursday night he was at the Adidas flagship store in Manhattan would a great way to get ready for a big back to back under your new coach. Now I'll admit the PK. Sue Bank. Could probably post last instagram when the team is this bad but I will say this though in his defense you know how long a red bull event in Bryant Park as planned data how long an appearance that the Adidas stores rive and planned when these things are set up with. PK's marketing firm okay. They don't know the devils are going to be horrible. They don't know they're going to be a tire. Fire Okay so it's not a situation where. PK Sue Bank limping home after the devil loose seven to one to buffalo. And he's like Oh what can I take. What could take my mind off things? Oh I know I'll call all adidas and see if I could do it in store. No these things are sort of wave before him and it's not his fault that devils are horrible and it's bad optics. The irony I see here is like this. Is such tired thing like we heard Montreal Canadian mark. It'll be finding national. We Nashville for like. Oh it'll be fine. That's just like other mark like wait till he gets the New York media. It'll be fine and we're still getting these takes that are just like I blew. Now it's time I'm for a PUCK. Headlines Dateline World Cup Gary Bettman Says No World Cup February twenty twenty one as the NHL. Shell does not have time to set this thing up so for the second time the World Cup gets bumped because of the ongoing. CVA talks the players where it is that the NHL in the NHLPA LPGA are targeting. Either Twenty Twenty sorry are targeting twenty twenty four and twenty twenty eight for the next events of the World Cup of hockey which means emily quite. Interestingly they are not targeting either September twenty twenty two or February twenty twenty two may have because the Olympics are in that neighborhood. I wonder if you know that's something that's still being negotiated upon the NHL NHL PA that H. L. P. is like all right you can go announce us like just. Don't say anything about twenty twenty two. We shall see I. I'm still very skeptical about them going to Beijing because the needs needs to get their act together and I have no faith in the single most corrupt and horrible organization the on the planet for sports that they can get their act together but we shall see obviously. China is a much more attractive destination for the Olympics than the previous reviews one for the NHL. Dateline Alex Ovechkin lovie tells our own Linda Cohn what will happen if he breaks. Wayne Gretzky's record for goals quote. You Probably Never GonNa see me on the ice again. Yeah Reddaway Sia. He says of his instant retirement retirement. If he breaks Wayne Gretzky's goals record. First of all I don't believe him I think Ovechkin is probably gonNA play until he's fifty but that would be the single of for a man who came into the League as the biggest Rockstar we had ever seen especially in comparison to Sidney crosby. Nothing could be more rockstar than just dropping the Mike and walking away especially if it's mid period like that my first thought is like okay. What did you score those four minutes into the second you know? The haskell Haskell is whatever happens they stop it they get the puck and then he's like by goes to the bench goes it'd be the best Dateline New England. The Patriots are yet again embroiled in another potential cheating scandal involving filming joining the opposing side. Line many of you believe maybe they are. They're they're in the clear on this one. Others will remember the original reporting on spy gate. That said that one of the things they told her videographers was just tell the security guards. You're doing a documentary coincidence. That that's how it played out this time but the question here heavily is which. NHL team team. Would you be least surprised to see embroiled in a patriots level cheating scandal in. I've put some thought into this and I realized that there's only only one answer for me and that's the Toronto Maple leaves because have you seen. How many people they employ they have so many boys? There's too many people who work for them. What do do they all do? Yeah I liked that a lot. It's a very good answer. I would probably go with you. I'm going to go off. The board here is here. I'm going to say the Arizona coyotes like they need the One one one because John Jacob is young and and he probably has access to drone technology. Being Young. A young man to explains so much about what's happening in the season just saying that they figured out to get golden just punch above their weight a little bit. That's all right. Of course nobody nobody chiefs. They're really hypothetical. I'm so sorry to do their names. You're both wonderful exactly. We've we apologized profusely. It's we are protected by parody rules. You finally on Sarah Dateline Boston. We lost this week. Emily the man who bought us the ice bucket. Challenge peop- freight's I interviewed Pete rates. Sports also renamed him the sportsman sportswoman of inspiration of the year. I think we called it in two thousand fourteen. At that point. He could only Answer questions by tracking With eyeballs theory computer. But he lesson he really I think is the man responsible disponsable for reigniting awareness for the disease that was misunderstood underfunded and honestly it had been largely neglected by the public For years there had been no advancements in more than one hundred in forty years which is just absolutely insane so he did so much. In the day we find a cure. Everyone is going to think of exactly a real good friend of mine that was in fact by LS. Recently it's a it's a horrible disease and And and for him to have wanted to the forefront again and really get people to focus on. It was such an amazing accomplishment so recipes Pete and condolences to his family. And there you go we we end on a down. Note began on a down note. Let's be honest and by that I mean Maryland losing to Penn state very very boy anyways that is ESPN VNI's for this week. Kessel for joining us. What's the deal with? The man is game coming up this weekend. USA Kemba rivalry series begins in Hartford Connecticut Connecticut. So I hope all of our fund. ESPN colleagues who've listened to this long ago time that game at indeed America the last ones in Anaheim brothers are in Canada. Oh Oh that's kind of my neck of the woods you'll make my way out there but it's a flight. I think it's a drive. I've driven Disneyland. Let who makes thanks to the good folks at the Spanish in I believe it was called at Pebble Beach who who were very hospitable to all of the GRUNGY Stinky Hockey media that descended upon their beautiful facility. Graham talk about yourself like that and then thanks thanks to the people that said. Hey while I was there to see you as well also emily member. We went to Sea Island for the Board of Governors meetings. Forget Yeah where it is the board of governors fantasy island so I don't know forever going to go back there again about it did they. Did I think it was probably the thing. Where are we went to one of only three restaurants in the area and These guys love to Well they love to use their expense accounts so I think Monterey Monterey was more of their speed anyways that's ESPN is for this week. I'm Greg Ocean Ski. You could follow me on twitter out with Shinsegi. You can listen to my other podcasts. Where I say naughty words book soup and Michael Him the wishlist drops usually on Thursdays on? ESPN DOT COM. Oh awesome. I'm Emily Kaplan at Kaplan my columns on Mondays we got your Mondays and Thursdays. The podcast Wednesday. So you got your fix of US exactly likely. That's most of the week. Thanks everybody first thing next week. Bye Bye this is. 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"jim montgomery" Discussed on ESPN On Ice with Wyshynski and Kaplan Show

ESPN On Ice with Wyshynski and Kaplan Show

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"jim montgomery" Discussed on ESPN On Ice with Wyshynski and Kaplan Show

"Well that's because the blackhawks tonight but anyways so the point being is that there is even if it's not getting demoted it is lack of playing. Yeah Reduction Reduction of ice time. It's it's a different role on the team. It's getting bag skated more than other guys like. There's any number of ways a coach could take retribution on a player that he knows snitched on him and asked bet that I'm like is there. Whistleblower protection on this on this hotline business and he said well the protection is the anonymity unlike but now that's not the protection protectionist league saying if you try to take retribution against the player that levies and accusation against the coach. Then you're going to get severe viewer punishment for like that's was prediction. Now keep in mind. I think the issue is it so hard to prove that because like you said it's a new on it can be. It is very new one second to third line to motion. So you put it out there intimidation right you put it out there so as a deterrent. You you say listen. We know that there's the possibility of this. Let it be known if you do it. There's going to be an issue now. I I'll plead ignorance here. They there may be some things in federal labor law that already protect. NHL Players. That do this. Yes that's a possibility but for the leak if you're GONNA do a hotline and say hey players that currently don't WanNa go the PA or the NHL with these things and and are dropping accusations on twitter because they know that these organizations are completely ineffective when it comes to policing the players and abuse. Hey guys this you know. Drop your dollars on this hotline. And we'll take care of you. It's a real easy thing to do but they didn't do it. I don't understand why. So there's there's the four four point plan like you said an A. for effort we'll see how the execution works but the very least acknowledgement that all of the stuff that's been going on needed to be addressed correct and honestly I saw he said you asked about women's hockey and Gary said they didn't talk about it at all like I'm glad they tabled everything for for now like this is what these meetings should be about is attacking the urgent issues. That the League right now. What more thing on this before we get to other segments Brendan Shanahan spoke for the first time on Tuesday? Since so Shanahan spoke the day babcock got fired. If you're a member he actually flew to Arizona Dona and had a little press suare with kyle dubious but he hasn't spoken since then since. Then we've had. The Babcock made made bitch martyr list. All of his teammates based on how much effort they give then gave that list to the guys who finished last. We had Johan Franson confirming the Verbal abuse of Mike Babcock to the point reenter. Nervous breakdown of the bench was afraid to come to the arena Every day because of how horrible babcock was to him and the news out of the Shanahan stuff today was one he stands with friends and says I believe him. I believe that those were his experiences with Babcock and to said you nope came forth and said hey look what bad Crockett with monir it was reported or GM which was reported to me it was completely inappropriate. But when asked what you'd you'd say to a team that comes to you and says Hey Brendan Shanahan president of the Maple leafs. I'm thinking about hiring your ex coach. What would you say about that? He said I don't WanNA deal in hypotheticals. That was very good. He knows no one calling them. Yeah it's true. Maybe I don't know but like no McConnell suit interesting one and it was also interesting to hear Shanahan be pretty candid about the fact that like. Hey listen we were playing there. Were things done to us. And he didn't say we didn't know at the time they were bad. He said that it was it wasn't in sort of the culture. Sure to come forward with these things which I thought was very interesting answer and kind of the opposite of what you hear from a lot of guys that are old school that are looking at this stuff often saying well you know it used to be okayed it kick a guy in the back on the bench. It was Shanahan basically saying hey we see a lot of this was wrong and it just wasn't part tired of the deal to come forward with these accusations back then but maybe it is now. Is that just a illustrate how Shanahan is really an old school guy. Like the fact he doesn't speak it's the media that often anymore like there's a little inside baseball but he feels like he was burned after those comments he made during me lenders hold out whereas like me and my teammates always took less than we never regret it like such an old school mentality because of that. That's why we don't see him very much. Honestly Shanahan has a thankless job. He's in there just to use the guy who has to fire people he's George Clooney and Movie with Anna Kendrick. That was so good up in the air when he has to fly around and fire people all right. Now it's time for one of our.

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"jim montgomery" Discussed on ESPN On Ice with Wyshynski and Kaplan Show

ESPN On Ice with Wyshynski and Kaplan Show

12:29 min | 1 year ago

"jim montgomery" Discussed on ESPN On Ice with Wyshynski and Kaplan Show

"It's a really great entertaining. Actions Watch wjr so when the four Nations Cup was cancelled. Earlier this fall you actually had a joint training camp with Canada and Pittsburgh and I am dying to know how did that go. I don't know that we're joint with US but We had separate practices and ended up playing them for two games but it was really cool to be in Pittsburgh facilities. They're great host. It was treated like a pro for the week and they're just really great to to have those practices with each other then competition against Canada. That makes a Lotta sense because I was curious. What would you like sharing locker rooms and getting a drills else together? We were interested to and I know I. Can you explain to our listeners. Because I know you guys are so competitive live on the ice when you play each other. It's one of the fiercest rivalries in sports but my understanding is a lot of you have close relationships off the ice and you are pretty good friends. Is that fair to say. Yeah I would say it's like half of the team. Maybe knows like other people on the on Canada and friendly I actually don't really close anybody at this point but one of my brothers Blake. You married a Canadian that used to be on their national team so I used to you see battle against her and you guys have had a new coaching staff now. sincere Olympics. Tell me a little bit of bow out. them them and and what different styles for you guys in and how. You might look different than the last time. A lot of fans watched you in the Olympics. Yes also may have a really unique stuff right now. They're kind of all come from somewhat different background And some NHL Experience Nhl playing experience college experience or assistant coach coach. Joe Johnson. I work with him at Minnesota. We have a really great blend But your style. I think that's something right now that we're developing as a team. We WanNA play fast and and manage the puck out say and you're not playing in a professional league this year. I you're still living in New York right. Yeah Right. Can you walk our listeners. Through what your training like op centralized the team USA. How you get? I used who you train with. Is it a lot self sufficient. It is it can be a grind Sometimes I I think about it as I'm doing it so typical day for me Wake Up. I usually their PT. or I'll have workout in the morning and then I have to walk to get my car which is like twenty minutes away so I'll walk to my car in New York Life. Yeah I I sit in traffic. It's forty five to an hour or two different ranks New Jersey that I stayed out of one's like a mini rank. And the other is I'm mm-hmm Barnabus the devils practice Rena and most days and training on my own Ohio skills coach some of the day's and then other days. I'll sometimes play in like staff skates. And kinda wherever I can get my conditioning and and then drive whereas home off my twenty minutes home and I'm usually home around six PM so it's typical workday. I know this this is probably impossible but if you could estimate out of pocket how much money you've had to spend just to keep yourself as a high level professional level athlete. What do you think it is this year? Well I have no idea Thousand Dollars I I I would say somewhere between five to ten granted. I don't really have a great estimate on the which is about your salary salary that you got to the end whol correct. Yeah planes especially now that we're a couple months and now And you know the dust has settled a little bit of so many players sitting out for the League. How confident are you that next year there could be that viable professional league? That you guys are all fighting for at this point. I'm really not sure It's something that we're continually talking. `Bout in hoping that something can come together but really we want it. It's be done the right way right from the beginning. Don't just WANNA have a league thrown together and try and piece you sit together along the way we want it to really be a struggling from the beginning. How active have you been behind the scenes meeting with folks folks and Being part of the leadership group as active as I can Always available for talks. And I've I've been to some meetings and things that as a national team that's really important to us because one someday we're GONNA end up leaving the game and We WanNA leave in a better spot than we came into it not something. That's super important to us. And we know how the grind it is daily basis for us to keep up our game. That's just unfortunate that that's the situation. We're in right now now. It doesn't feel like super long ago and twenty seventeen When the team was fighting against USA hockey for new contract and more equitable conditions but a significant amount of time has passed? And I'm curious. Have you seen improvements in the way you guys are treated and marketed by US hockey. Yeah I definitely great things. Are there improvements. And there was a lot of acknowledgement that things needed to be better and it definitely has helped us. It's just off going through it. All still evident how much farther we have to go but it's really a great start start and Lines of communication between players and staff within. USA Hockey is so much better after working through all of that it met with a limo twins in one of the things explained to me was that maternity benefits were offered for the first time that deal which was really interesting to me? Is there any other things that you feel like you guys have now that maybe you didn't have before It's mostly just a matter of a salary salary being able to like train. How we want to Before it was very very very very difficult to train full time everybody pretty much had to have some kind of part time job. I'm side because he just couldn't even afford to live and living very scarcely and I know that you've been working with New York Rangers as an ambassador specifically with their junior junior hockey programs. Tell me a little bit about the stuff you're doing with them. Yeah that's been an awesome opportunity for me. And just what they are doing. As a program I think at the forefront we started a women's League for young girls it was actually from age. Eleven to fourteen. There's two ten week season for them so there was a bunch of try hockey for free events. Trying to get girls Dell's into the sport that once had access for and couldn't afford it at those events there's like equipment provided and just give girl a start and then having the league allows them to continue playing so it was really really cool like few weeks. I went to a lot of the girls first is game ever and they're eleven twelve thirteen fourteen years old and this is our first hockey game and you know I got a letter From one of the girls saying and she couldn't afford ever play hockey before and does just like a dream come true to her and it was really touching to be there and see how excited these girls where to to play in a hockey game even if they were just learning to skate. It's awesome for you. You know at this point in your career. Have you said that some personal goals either. Maybe I WANNA make one more Olympics or two more Olympics. I WANNA play till I'm extra age. Yeah I think thinks that the biggest schools right now would be to playing another Olympics. And then tell start a professional league that you know a mother hopefully someday and I'm looking at the roster for this USA rivalry series stories. And it's a lot of familiar names but there are some younger players so I feel like you've kind of jumped onto the scene lately like Kayla. Barnes may be Danny camera can never pronounce her name. Is there any a younger players that you think that fans should look out for an will totally be household names by the next Olympics Cycle. Yeah there's really young talent right. Now these are forties tryouts. There's forty six of us and then they'll be cutting down to twenty three with our players fool keeps getting deeper and deeper. And there's a lot of young talent coming out so you said Danny's Camoranesi's younger player that always stands out Kayla Barnes exist us that defenseman and Megan Keller that defenseman. This is the last thing for you. Amanda I don't know if you know this but your kvas actually appears on this podcast every week We have a segment we call it fell castle. It's hot dogs and the segment where we talk about the stupidest story of the week. And it's an old story about your brother and we cooperate your voice. It says he doesn't actually love hotdogs so I I can't either I. I think it was something on social media. I saw twitter. Maybe the penguins did it. Maybe was yeah number saying that but I don't know where you know what's funny is that I talked to his coach for chocolate and that was like one of the first things he wanted to mention to me. He's like he doesn't even like hotdogs. Noted did but I have to ask you know with your brother there's so many It seems like legends. People want to make about him. He doesn't really love talking to the media so people kinda create their own stories stories. What something people might not know about him off the ice though? That is true I think just said he's really down to Earth guys. He doesn't obviously likes the attention and and really want to be in the media but as friend he'll do new and brother he'll do anything for anyone that needs it. You think of an example of some time he went above and beyond for you. I just think of him as a softy Just a small little story I remember. I can't even remember where we were. It was me and my brothers and my cousins. And you're just like going across the street and run across the sidewalk and he like just put his arm out like in people. Were trying to run because it was like a green light or whatever it was always just seems to be like the character. I love it. Thank you so much a work in fans follow you on social media. And how can they want the rivalry series games. Follow me. atomatic hustled twenty eight and Graham and twitter and the Ravioli serious Playing obviously at the Excel Centre on Saturday Eh but all along with hockey on instagram and twitter. 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"jim montgomery" Discussed on Hockey Today

Hockey Today

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"jim montgomery" Discussed on Hockey Today

"And I don't know what you can really do about it. Right. I mean, he's hurt. Clearly, he's down. He made no effort to get back up. But usually let it play out. I don't I don't really think that Dallas has a kick coming though, you do feel bad that that goal was literally scored because you had a goaltender just could not get up. Yeah. I mean, I don't think Dallas has made a case. No, no. I'm just really. Yeah. But you're listening for me. I can only say this don't for me. I would say two things if I was the referee. I would have blown the whistle because I think there's enough discretion in there. When a guy is seriously when you think there might be a serious injury to blow the whistle. He. Was hit with a shot up high? I, you know, I don't know if I Moni maybe his vision is way better than mine from the corner that I was on television. But I wasn't sure if he got hit in the neck I wasn't in show where he got hit until I saw the replay. All I know is he got hit very high near his head. And it went down. He was and he was kind of, you know, rolling and pain. So it was pretty obvious that he was defeated discomfort or distress. And when the goal is down that thought it's different than one of the players is down when the goal is down. If you don't blow the whistle there guys could somebody could have teed up another slap and hit him in the back of the head right on the ice. So, you know, I don't know. I thought you know, Dave read who's my colleague here at NHL network made a made a good I thought had a good thought on it. He you know, and he's playing it almost two thousand and then show games regular season games plus playoffs and his whole life. He's playing hockey. And he said, you know, I've never seen a situation where the goalie went down like that where the whistle wasn't blown. So you know, the end of the day it happened. It was only four seconds between when he got hit. I think it was the puck ends up on the net and really smart of Tomas. Steam to throw it back through the great play by Jaden Schwartz. Stick on it. All I can really say in that spot is I haven't like they read I have never seen the situation where the goal was down and looked to be in in distress or the whistle wasn't blown. And speaking for myself is that whistle would have been in my hand. I would have blown it right there based on what I saw. But that's not to say that the, you know, I it didn't get blown and they Lewis scored and that's life. I think that Dallas has taken the right approach here. Jim Montgomery is taken. I think the absolute right approach because he's got to get focused on getting his team ready for a game seven the St Louis blues. You know, they started on gangbusters and game six they didn't play well for the second part of the first crew in the second period. But once they got the lead, they really didn't give Dallas much. So I think Jim is handling it right by just getting focused on on the next game. And you know, what if? It goes at the other end and Jordan Bennington gets it with a shot, and he's laying there. I'm sure your company's gonna want them not the ball with that. Right. I it's great points by read, and and you look at how sensitive they are two goaltenders possibly getting injured. I mean, the traffic in front of the net. If if a mask is lost during the course of play, the the whistle is instantaneously blown doesn't matter..

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"jim montgomery" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

KTKR 760AM

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"jim montgomery" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

"The stars control. Here comes Roman Polak big thirty defensemen comes to center ice shoot sedan goes off Rini into the far side Alice got their head of Sagan to spit. One out and a whistle. As that puck. I get someone on the Dallas bench. So the face come back in the Nashville zone. If you think it never happens think again more than twenty five hundred people have been killed at railroad tracks in the past decade. Stop trains can't. Stars have Tyler Sagan on the ice. And now they take Tyler Seguin off the ice a little bit of different matchups. Here. We talked about this earlier Colby and Jim Montgomery's trying to keep saying away from players that could defend a little better than others and the referee just skated over to Jim Montgomery, and he said, I'll give you this one. I'll let you make the change. But he was not happy about Dallas. They're the home team. They get lashed changed. They'll wait. The ref puts their hand up. They've got a few seconds. But you're right. You'll Hanson a guy they wanna keep saying away from base outside the Nashville lied FOX claims it for the stars, he'll shoot it. In Ellis looked at Yosi, and then goes up the far boards again, kicked down at center ice and Nashville is an apparently onside Forsberg tried to shot Ladele blocked at Ellis following up. Good hit from Dickinson along the boards play shot toward the net by Yosi. And then it's really further wide and a hit by Klingberg on. Arvidsson back in the nets Johannesen goes to the line, Yosi belting yet wide and high and it dies along the right wing side Ellis. Tried to pump it toward the net. Blocked and cleared to the line not out L keeping it in leopard best Yosi in one motion from the top of the near circle is shot in a save by Bishop. I hope Nashville doesn't score on the sequence. Because I think the play was off side. They will go back and look at that.

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"jim montgomery" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

31 Thoughts: The Podcast

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"jim montgomery" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

"Shows tonight was the Dallas was here. Jason spects Emory were great friends. The motion moment for Spitzer who had Reimer is part of his wedding party. Remember Gretna left as well. We pass along our condolences again to the family and friends. Ray the razor Emory. I'm very happy to the team recognized them. I think that he needed to be recognized. I'm happy they waited for me to be there. It was a difficult couple of days around it. There's a lot of situations around the the days that made it a little bit difficult for me to see the tribute was hard for me at the time. But I think it's all part of the the grieving process to and I think it's helped. But I'll always remember Asia when I put my gear on I you know, it makes me think of him. And you know, the crazy spy gets, and he's a special guy that will never be forgotten by by me and a lot of people. So it was very classy organization outstanding a little bit of bio information on me, Jason my first ring. That's right. But it does relate to Jason. I don't think even knows December twenty ninth two thousand and seven my first ringside assignment for hockey night in Canada in Ottawa your senators facing off against the Washington Capitals. My first walk off interviews Jason spots. I can remember saying next to him. I said do you like doing these? Oh, yeah. Yeah. I don't mind some years later. I'm gonna ask you the same question on Mike this time. Do you like doing walk-offs? Yeah. All right. If you're playing good. They're all right. Six. Got two goals. They're giving you a towel talking about good the teams playing they're great. They can be difficult think they can definitely be difficult. But you do get the walk probably unique because you get a little bit raw motion. And you get the huffing and puffing after shift sometimes, and you get they can be kind of the reason I asked to get I find a challenging to athletes what they've just done because a lot of ways the game plays you, and you just it's like this zen like moment when you're out there on the ice, and it's hard to right away. Hey, Jason what just happened? Oh, I don't really know. I was just playing define those where you're never going to get much from guy during a game. I think you're still focused on the game. Usually the like the most introspective pieces you get are going to be on off days or days. When do you have time to sit and think and talk, and when you're at the rink here really focused, sometimes, you know, you just want to get through the interviewing get to get to the dressing room to get get the deal say something in the room or get to the next look. Yeah. How many tells the up to now probably quite a few? I got a good stash of my in my house in Toronto. And I got a few in Dallas and their keepers for sure. But I I was fortunate to be a lot I played in Ottawa still before you came today at a film session with your new coach, Jim Montgomery, and you said he's pretty good like his film is film. Sessions are good. Yeah. He's holding your attention. Like, he's there's no preferential treatment any been our author..

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"jim montgomery" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"jim montgomery" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"O'Connor, I'm realizing we we don't let our kids walk to school anymore. And I'm just wondering most elementary schools living in a rural area there. They're all relatively close. I know that there's a if I remember it is a law in Loudon. We talked about this with the rule is if the elementary school is within a mile they will not provide bus service, right? And the idea is if you live within a mile of the elementary school, you just let your kid walk. But that's not what we're doing. We're driving our kids to school. And I don't know. Why is it a safety thing? What is it? How about Bryan enga- Thor's Berg, you're next up on wwl? Yeah. I just wanted to say I think it's just a the way we treat our kids today that walking is just beneath them in my neighborhood, the high school kids the parents drive them to the bus stop the bus. Stop is two tenths of a mile from the furthest passing the bus stop and the parents drive the high school kids. The kids in the car. It's unbelievable. The cars are all lined up at the bus stop with kids. That I cannot you're not exaggerating. Are you Brian no not a bit? Got behind the morning, and I I get mad at them because they're blocking the intersection and the closing more than anything. Yeah. I I'll say thank you for that. That's see that sort of cuts against the, you know, it's a safety thing. High school kids are you know? At least should know about basic rules of the road and not running into a street when there's cars coming things. I mean elementary kids should know that too. But certainly high school gets and if they're just they're they're getting a ride to the bus stop that sitting in the car come on, man. Christie in Saint Mary's county now Kristie, okay? Saint Mary's county. That's where you are the schools are not necessarily all very close right now. They're not there. I'd say I elementary school that my kids went to was miles away. So obviously. Honestly finger being lazy? Yeah. When the game. You know? Right. So you think your did your kids take the bus then or did they ride their bikes? Yeah. Okay. You know, I grew up and when I grew up in Georgia. I. You dropped off. I thought when she was hanging on by a thread. We could hear just enough yet. It was a rough connection. All right. How about Jim Montgomery village? Maryland, Jim, you're on wwl. Hey, larry. Hi. I just wanted to say you live in Montgomery County. Right. Yes. Montgomery county. They have school busing that our county council and our board of education of put into effect. So the kids don't get to go to the school. That's close. We we have an elementary school. That's within walking distance of where we live in Montgomery village. But do the kids get to go to that. Now, they go to a school. It's three and a half miles away because they want it to be ethnically, diverse and balanced and all that stuff. So they basically gerrymander the school areas. Just the way they gerrymandered the voting districts in our great state. Wow. So so do your kids take the bus, then they're bussing them for for diversity purposes. Well, actually, they do provide buses, but a lot of parents just say, hey, you know, instead of the kids standing outside I'll just drop them off on the way to work. That's what that's what a lot of them. Do. Thanks for that. Jim. I hadn't a that hadn't occurred to me. That's why I love having these conversations y'all can throw these ideas at me. Yeah. Oftentimes, I'll ask you a question. And have you fill me in on things because I really do want to know. It's not like, it's just a, you know, a a radio gimmick or something. And it's funny. You mentioned something that's kind of interesting. You.

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"jim montgomery" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

Spittin' Chiclets

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"jim montgomery" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

"He's a huge piece for them. They need him to stay healthy. And Klingberg you mentioned is this incredibly talented, offensive defencemen, right? But sometimes he's a complete gong show. He's a bit of a liability sometimes and yeah, and you know what you're getting. I mean, you know, putting them out there, he's going to he's, he can be like a seventy point demand is insanely skilled. So you've got to have them with methodic. You're going to have at least at some points in certain games, not trying crazy things, right? You're got to know at what point in the game, like, all right. I got kind of settled down a little, but when I got a question for you. This Valerie Niskanen I probably fucking that name up to. He was with Dallas and he went away to play in Moscow for a couple years. And now he's back. I, I saw the same thing and I remember he left. He wasn't getting the contract he wanted and he went back and he played in the cage and now he's back with Dallas. I've no clue of now. He got the contract they wanted or now he's like, oh my God, I called their bluff. Can't do it anymore here in the cage. I'll get me back to the charter planes with sushi and not saying fuck to money, hookers over shine hickok comeback and get my life together. But any only got old. He never got over the hump as in the NHL his third year he has when you see that guy buzzing down the wing with the puck, it's a monster. That phase. I mean, this group, this group up front, like I was saying, spells gets older, but he's still so skilled. He could be he could have a big year on the power play, especially Sagan, pencil him in for forty and forty. It's insane. To think, but he kind of will deliver that automatic. He's automatic and Ben's one of the best overall players in the NHL. I think he's going to want to come back from injuries that he's been dealing with for a long time. So it depends on what they get from new kind of bottom, six guys. And like I said, Blake komo's. In addition there Tyler pit. Like he was an Edmonds with me for a little bit. He could be a absolute Honey badger as you say biz and he's coming off ACL surgery. So there's a lot of guys that have lots of proven and that's why picking them to do well isn't isn't shocking or surprising. It's just like after last year we got to actually see it. So I'm not sure if I'm ready to put them in the playoffs. I got no ball. I got no balls to pick them yet. I think the biggest fan x. factor we haven't mentioned is they got a new coach full Mamane black bid. Jim Montgomery, I believe this is first NHL it coaching gig, right? Right. Biz. The head coach before. I don't think extra put me on the spot there. Sorry, legend main talked with Jim Montgomery. I don't know if you've ever seen out of the woods. It's the DVD that covered the Maine black bears NCWA win. When Paul career one is a freshman. Jim Montgomery was a senior. Okay. Guys understand that this dude dominated college hockey, like maybe nobody ever before he would. He would fly around and this for years before Korea got there. So naturally when he came, it just took it to another level, but he played four years at Maine, dude. His points were sixty. Eighty one sixty five and ninety five is senior with so superstar in in college hockey played a longtime pro, put a lot of time in the shell. He was over in Europe played and I played NHL games obviously one hundred twenty two. So he went onto then coach and he was at, he's at Denver. They won a national title and he moves on. Getting the big bucks. I think that's maybe it was his dream, ROY shit'll college history lesson going on over here. I think then that Quakers came players, level players, love them. So I'll be sure to see how they do, but it's gonna be a different this year, and that's going to be a factor for shorts..

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"jim montgomery" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

31 Thoughts: The Podcast

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"jim montgomery" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

"Right to the nhl peter divorce was able to do that but that's more the exception than the rule that whole wave of hiring american hockey league coaches after joe found success with washington going back to two thousand seven do we start now to see more college coaches getting attention from the national hockey league and getting jobs right in the nhl as head coach own i think it says to me jeff is at the league's getting younger and the number one thing coach has to be able to do now is get guys to play for him right and this guy apparently knows how to get people to play for him and that is huge now and the league is younger you know when you coach in college jim montgomery's teams had some older players david quinn's teams tended to have i think most a lot of younger players at bc are you excuse me so i think what that says to me is that at college you get the swing between the eighteen year olds and the twenty three year olds right so you see both ends of the spectrum but i think now this is a young league so the thing to me is you're not the first guy like i was on nfl network last week and they were like is new york and eat david quinn alive and i'm like if the guy can coach and you makes the youngest player younger players better their fans are going to be ecstatic with that that's what they want right so if you think that this guy our college coaches are prepared now because they deal with younger players that's why you're going for it speaking of coaches might be a small one but it's it's kinda significant and i've been following this for a while now marty wilford gets an assistant job with the anaheim ducks are you can say that this is your thinking dallas begins the next guy there because this guy got hired noam saying he's done such wonderful work with blue line with san diego i mean he's really held brandon montour a ton now he's an established nhl.

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"jim montgomery" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

31 Thoughts: The Podcast

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"jim montgomery" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

"I go out with you at what point do you say okay screw it your i don't wanna go out with me yes but if you really believe that somebody is the right person go get them and i believe that if jeff gordon really believes that david quinn is the right guy for the new york rangers then you do what you can to get that guy you know we talked about this last week a little bit for years and years the nhl stay away from college coaches yup really stayed away and now whether it's hacksaw whether it's montgomery now it's quinn it is very much more thing in the nhl like it's hard to go we talked about this suit hard to go from junior hockey rate to the nhl peter devore was able to do that but that's more the exception than the rule those that whole wave of hiring american hockey coaches after budo found success with washington going back to two thousand seven do we start now to see more college coaches getting attention from the national hockey league and getting jobs right in the nhl as head coach on i think it says to me jeff is at the league is getting younger and the number one thing coach has to be able to do now is get guys to play for him right and this guy apparently knows how to get people to play for him and that is huge now and the league is younger you know when you coaching college jim montgomery's teams had some older players david quinn's teams tended to have i think most a lot of younger players at b c r b you excuse me so i think what that says to me is that at college you get the swing between the eighteen year olds and the twenty three year olds right so you see both ends of the spectrum but i think now this is a young league so the thing to me is you're not the first guy on nhl network last week and they were like is new york and eat david coin alive and i'm like if the guy can coach you makes the youngest player younger players better their fans are going to be ecstatic with that that's what they want right so if you think that this guy our college coaches are prepared now because they deal with younger players that's why you're going for.

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"jim montgomery" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

31 Thoughts: The Podcast

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"jim montgomery" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

"The all new two thousand eighteen gmc terrain is the compact suv thoughtfully designed with you in mind with features like the traction select system to revolutionize how you adapt to the road a full flat front passenger's seat to give you up to eight feet of cargo space and an innovative electronic precision shift system to make shifting easier than ever the two thousand eighteen gmc terrain is truly mighty like a pro gmc we are professional elliot before we get to news it's a couple of days old now that's a poll finn situation as the new general manager in the minnesota wild organization as we record this david quinn has just been named the new head coach of new york rangers which one you want to talk about i do quin okay this was a guy the rangers really wanted after the lost i would on jim montgomery like jim montgomery had to make a choice between dallas and the rangers and i think dallas was like nope we're getting this done i where a boarding our surge we're cutting short we're hiring jim montgomery and so he went there and then i really do believe that david quinn was the guy the rangers wanted and i think they just kept on sweetening it and sweetening it until he couldn't say no it's the offer he couldn't refuse godfather style is are you surprised that the rangers i mean this is heritage team stablishment team this is the new york rangers you know huge market go after who's now going to be a first time nhl coach no i think this was their plan i think this is something they really wanted to do i think like there were a lumber of names i heard you know dan byles mma maybe wait for berry trots bob hartley was in latvia or something like that and the one thing i heard from the rangers all the way through is that nope they're going to go new and you know as the rangers organization is a lot of boston connections and i think they really believe that he was one of the possibilities for it anything we can read into this by way of how they will act in free agency nikkei shin this you.

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"jim montgomery" Discussed on Hockey Today

Hockey Today

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"jim montgomery" Discussed on Hockey Today

"In college hockey you could have guys that'd be twenty three twenty four twenty five years old playing college hockey and and david had teams that have a lot of true freshman on them even clothing you know jack i go back a couple of years ago so it's an interesting move it's kind of an inside job and that you know chris who's got who's got a say and things now you know as someone working under jeff gordon he's a bu guy jeff gordon is a is a new england guy you know i think they have a lot of you know former ncwa players and some b you guys in their mix so right you know you know we'll see how it plays out i mean they've given the term which i think is important to give them a five year term she'll let him you know this is a rebuilding situation to have some you know stability and and and feel like he's going to have a chance to carry out this program this kind of rebuilding retooling program for the rangers but i'll be i i'm not convinced that you know i know exactly what he's going to bring to the table but he's you know he's definitely someone with a different approach i think they were interested very interested in jim montgomery he decided to go to the dallas stars and i think they settled it on david david was committed to coach the us world junior team and i would soon that he's going to have to you always have to give up those responsibilities now so it's a great opportunity for david quinn it's definitely a different way of you know different experience level and they've had in the past and you know some teams have done very well with that and some of the guys haven't so we'll have to wait and see and at the end of this all on the thing i've learned about coaching whether it's in the national hockey league or you know being a bantam minor coach in brick new jersey is that if you have the.

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Phil Mickelson, Rory McIlroy and Tiger Woods play well at the Wells Fargo Championship but still aren't pleased with their rounds

01:30 min | 3 years ago

Phil Mickelson, Rory McIlroy and Tiger Woods play well at the Wells Fargo Championship but still aren't pleased with their rounds

"Fox sports trending tiger woods just trying to make the cut at quail hollow thirteen feet away woods halfway there turning left to dot cup tiger woods right in the middle minor league birdie at nine and it could mean he's around for the weekend plus two tiger woods tangere finished the second round of the wells fargo championship two over par on sirius xm's pga tour radio and the projected cut currently is two over par swedes right at the cut line in while rory mcilroy has bogeyed his first second round hole he's two under par through one hole phil mickelson just starting second round he'll start the day one over par nba news the knicks are hiring david phys del as their next head coach on a four year contract on the nhl the dallas stars have introduced jim montgomery as their next head coach i'm deb carson beers fast and a little out of control sunday nascar heads doper bringing the speed and adrenaline of the next race in the monster energy nascar cup series now come on sunday at two pm eastern on f s one forty three nineteen twenty seven from the field this is serious business this is the rich eisen show jason tatum right hand dribble loses throws it down hard with a.

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"jim montgomery" Discussed on Hockey Today

Hockey Today

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"jim montgomery" Discussed on Hockey Today

"Is the rule that a lot of teams have for my estimation it's a rule that all national hockey league teams have sebastian says who's left on the rangers head coaching list now the jim montgomery has signed on with dallas as the team interviewed anyone thanks haven't really heard much about the interview process with sebastian thank you for bringing that up because montgomery was hired as the head coach of the dallas stars montgomery was on the list of candidates to possibly be the next head coach that york rangers certainly fit the category check the boxes of someone that could work with young players but how high he was on the list whether this is somebody that they wanted and lost out on i can't answer to that but still you here the same list of players and people and coaches they're getting talked to i would guess i would just say this obsession is somebody that's on the outside looking in search but just being somebody who's been around sports as long as i have that when you go this long and the knicks are kind of going through it and the nba as well although we have heard publicly their candidates makes me believe that one or one or two of the people they want to interview or currently on staff with teams that are still in the ploughs now that doesn't mean they're going to try to take that head coach i'm not saying that barry trots is is a candidate or peter lobby let but there could be assistance on those teams that they wanna talk to maybe not necessarily higher or have them high on their list of guys that they want to hire but they wanna talk to and they wanna wait so it sounds like that the the rangers are going to do their due diligence and talk to when they talk but there must be at least a couple of guys they wanna talk to that are still on staff of you know nashville winnipeg tampa boston pittsburgh washington vegas san jose all the teams that are left in the playoffs and they don't necessarily have to have this done by the draft but the draft is coming up but they definitely want to have it done by free agency which is why i so we are getting closer and closer.

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"jim montgomery" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"jim montgomery" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"For a man missing more than a week cbs sports macro she's has been covering the story we just talked to his brother nathan nathan flew in from and very emotional very very tough because there's just no answers here literally no one knows what happened to matthew shelters after he was last seen on a security camera leaving the back door grille shelters is thirty eight white six one in one hundred seventy pounds you also has a beard a group of various scientists are working to develop an efficient device to detect gas leaks greg ricker see you professor in lead developer for the team over developing the laser technology that can cover entire regions with a single device explosion last year and firestone killed two people oil and gas companies currently fly aircraft pass wells or have people driving to them to check on leaks police in westminster looking for a man possibly involved in sexual assault of a child police looking for forty four year old chad romero he's described as five foot seven or one hundred and seventy pounds police are asking for the public's help from denver to dallas do you hockey coach jim montgomery expected to be announced this week as the next head coach of the dallas stars montgomery reportedly text his painter players to let the nobody's moved to the nhl montgomery guided you to a national championship in two thousand seventeen coach the pilots for five seasons in the rockies smack the cubs eleven to two with his first pitch at a fifth inning in its hit failed and iraqis another one three quarters of the way up the grandstands in left touch of all time for trevor's story and the rockies are off today then they'll be on a new york for a weekend series that kicks off friday night our next news update coming up at four thirty i'm chad hoffman on koa newsradio eight fifty am and ninety four one fm it's going.

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"jim montgomery" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"jim montgomery" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Soccer through high school actually then decided after high school to pursue the hockey rout instead so why hockey uh i just i really i really like it it's it's highly competitive it's it's physical it's it's fun um to something that's grown on me over the years before you came to airport airforce you plated dubuc in your coach was a guy named jim montgomery right 'cause now the coach du yep yeah non montes a good coach on really enjoyed plan for him a first year in view so um lend a lot from him definitely respect him as a coach so it's it's always funda to play them like we did the last four years every year so um that's that's been pretty cool so you come for how'd you how'd you end up at air force um says this is a is a big life decision i guess so it really boils down to a talked to them in high school and i talk to them in juniors little bit and i commend my second your juniors um but i talked to fuel schools but but nothing will head the offerings that the academy did as far as as future goes in and job was so um really really liked the job security aspect and the opportunities presented himself to me so i decided to go with force over a couple other schools out socked route senior defense were until boji boetsch i know the there was there was an adjustment to the military life was a big adjustment as far as the the hockey um i wouldn't say there was a huge jesmond think it's a bigger junk going from high school hockey our aaa ocoee to junior hockey amun from there it's just kind of everyone's a little bigger stronger faster but it's it's kind of the same.

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"jim montgomery" Discussed on WVON 1690 AM

WVON 1690 AM

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"jim montgomery" Discussed on WVON 1690 AM

"You stand on your head and clamp you'll hands did you can't get the job witnesses to vote pendant pet birds me up big group walk won't vote so that's all i got to say thank you so much on their own down your on there let me just say in the event uh jim montgomery i am greedy tax anchor met bank pending well the desire of hell washington to benefit that neighborhood they didn't potato maplewood now we're building eighty million dollars school uh and grid chang down highest go back to do an anti on stopped him to build uh uh put the money in englewood all right all right now we got you we got your message thank you thank you so much recalling how normal there oh eddie read i'm going to ask you a question about guns after a shooter kill seventeen students and adults in florida president trump is being blessed by senator chuck schumer for his budget proposal that strips millions from the background check system used to prevent criminals and the mentally ill from getting guns the white house budget plan would strip sixteen percent from the national instant criminal background check system cutting its budget from seventy three million to sixty one million how do you feel about that were above berdon llp politics but i don't play democratic and republican politics i played black politics in my position right now use i'm against assault weapons but i have a gun i'm not giving my gun up i use my gun responsibly he was southerly to you i have gone i'm not giving my gun up a use my gun responsibly i psalm against assault weapons right okay now they on from downs you against killing children and babies no matter what you do a one at a time and chicago was seventeen at a time in florida i still understand why politicians won't pass that ban the assault of the ban on assault weapons you don't shoot people would assault wacko in our money yet of that's right now the on well i thank god brother home left young brotherinlaw name yeah thank you so much should can you hear me yeah you are you're out there making quick nama covering gone go quick well as you give me a second of orient okay thank you this let me just say this man you.

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