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"jim montgomery" Discussed on Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast with Nick Cattles
"If Jalen Brown is going to leave, let's say you get through this season, whatever happens happens next year. You get into next summer. And you know that Brown is likely going to leave. Well, now you have other contracts and talent to put with Brown to pivot and bring in another big name. So let's say Zach lavine doesn't work out and Chicago. Let's say Bradley Beal doesn't work out in Washington. You get in the next off season and those are just two names. You can come up with a bunch of other names, but now you can combine the contracts of jaylen Brown and Marcus smart or Jalen Brown and Derek white or Jalen Brown and Malcolm Brogdon. You can combine those contracts with a couple of picks and quickly pivot and bring in another stud. So if you lose Brown, you can quickly replace them with somebody as good if not better. So that the contracts that they have and I think they'll also sign grant Williams to an extension. They're going to have 5 or 6 contracts that are in the double digits per season, which makes it very, very easy to then pivot and make that move. So I think that's another piece of that trade that not a lot of people have talked about enough. It gives them some flexibility moving into the future, as well as making them better right now. One last thing that I want to ask you about before we move to the member question of the day. Bruins, they have a new head coach. Jim Montgomery. I know you're a hockey guy. Any thoughts on Montgomery replacing Bruce Cassidy? Not a ton. I mean, everybody knows I'm team Bruce and I hated that they got rid of Bruce 'cause I thought he was a great coach and tough love. My main comment about the bruins is and I'm just getting back into it. So I don't know what's real or just proceed, but there's been some mentions about criti maybe coming back to bruss reportedly rescinded his tradeoff or bergeron is now back now that Cassidy's gone. And I'm just very disappointed in the direction of the bruins. I
"jim montgomery" Discussed on Patriots Beat
"That was a great trade. Bruins really quickly, Jim Montgomery, is he officially the coach yet? I don't think. Yeah, I think they made it official. Did they make it official? All right, I hadn't seen the official press release. Jim Montgomery, really good coach, had some off the ice issues, personal matters, that type of thing that knocked him off course, but he's been successful everywhere he's gone, both at the college level and with the Dallas stars before some of the things happen with him off the ice, smart hockey guy, it sounds like it was really good with the blues as assistant on the power play. It says, Steve sarkisian situation, right? Like if he keeps it on the if they can keep them together, he's a really good hockey mind. And I think he's a decent hire. As long as everything goes well off the ice. Well, it comes down to two things for me. I can't get excited about it. First off, I don't think he's better coach than Cassidy. Yeah. Right? You let the better coach go. And it's still a front office thing. You know, he still needs the pieces. He still needs the tools to talk about him being great hockey mind. I don't think he's a bad hire, you know, did not have a coach and go to hit like you're in good shape. I think they would have been better off staying with Cassie. I think they're all right now. But you got to get him the pieces. There's a report out today that the bruins are trying to trade up into the back end of the first round. Yeah. I don't entirely get that because those guys usually don't play year one and it feels like they should be in win now mode with bergeron coming back. There's another report out there that they're going to look to spend big money on a center. I don't know where that money's coming from. Yeah. So that that would probably hint at a number of different moves. So it's going to be interesting to see what they do, but at least you have one big piece of the puzzle in place down the fact that they have a coach. Whether I agree with that remove the bruins make or not and over the next couple of weeks, they should be very, very active in this off season because they got to move some chips around. So why are they going full tank rebuild mode for a year or two or they're trying to move some money around to free up some money to go after a legitimate second line center or somebody to elevate the back end along with mcavoy and lindholm. They got to make some moves. One way or another. There has to be a clear direction of the team of trying to improve either in the short term or taking the long-term view at it. If they just re sign bergeron and I think there's a chance they might bring crazy back now that Cassidy's gone. And try to go back and run it back with this crew..
"jim montgomery" Discussed on Bruins Beat
"Any focus on the bottom 6. When it comes to UFAs. Available, you know, Elliott Freeman reported that Vinny Trojan is a guy that bruins had their eye on. Not the only team with their eye on Vinny trochek. It's going to be a little careful give it too much money to a Prius as Brad marchand would alert to, but I do think that realistically it's tough to include closure, even though I do believe that is the best fit. In terms of what the bruins want, need, where they're going, like he is the best fit, but I don't see him leaving Florida. Nazem kadri has another a lot of people look at for obvious reasons. He's the number one number one center on the market. I think there's going to be a lot of suitors for him. A lot of people will want to throw money at him, Colorado. I believe his express, they want to bring him back. Which would be wild with the way that rosters constructed, but they could do it. So, you know, again, the bruins have about 2.3 million in cap space. Not a ton to play around with. Not a lot there to creative, which we will get creative in a little bit. We will get creative in a little bit. There's another question from at Sean Edmunds 11 with a new voice in the room with Jim Montgomery at the helm. Will we cease to bore and maybe even back in 9 and get steady ice time in the NHL. Now we're all back in 9 and was traded to the Anaheim ducks, so he is not going to be any ice time with the promise this year. But again, this goes along with the question earlier about tanika, sonika will get I do believe along look in the lineup at some capacity. I think that's going to be part of Montgomery's job is to give those give those younger kids a longer leash. Again, you know, if they make mistakes, you're not immediately taking think that that is one thing. That I think you will see Sidney, especially with Montgomery. So borough is an interesting one, because he gets forgot about a lot. You know, as a borrower again, towards ACL elastic December, I believe. And again, it was such bad timing for that, not that it's ever a good time to see, but that was a really bad time. Considering he was having a great year. He was steady, he was in the lineup every night. You know, again, was he the top four defenseman when they drafted? Absolutely not. But he was a reliable number 5 or number 6 defenseman, who could play both sides, by the way, right hand left. So, you know, it looks like the borough should be ready for the start of camp. And again, with griswold and mcavoy out for the start of the season, you have to think the ball will get a look. And again, that's another left shot defenseman on this team. They got a lot. That's going to be a place they got to make decisions on. Because you can't be like 6 deep on the left side. With NHL talent, when you have holes in other parts of the roster that you've got to fill. So I do think Sydney ends a borrow will get steady ice time at the NHL level. At least to start, at least to start..
AP Sports SummaryBrief at 7:24 p.m. EDT
"AP sports I'm Dave ferry A person with knowledge of the deal says set of Rudy Gobert has been dealt by the jazz to the Timberwolves for four first round draft picks between 2023 and 2029 along with Patrick Beverly Malik Beasley and the rights to 2022 first rounder walker Kessler Two American men advanced to the fourth round of Wimbledon on Friday while two were ousted Francis TFO and Tommy Paul advanced Yannick center beat John Isner and Steve Johnson was beaten by Cameron nori Top seed Novak Djokovic lost just 7 games in his straight sets victory Metz pitcher Max Scherzer is now scheduled to make his return Tuesday against the reds More than a month after straining his left oblique The three time Cy Young award winner hasn't pitched since May 18th against the Cardinals Jim Montgomery is the new head coach of the bruins the 53 year old Montgomery spent the past two seasons as an assistant with the blues The sharks have fired bob bugner and his staff two months after the season ended the decision comes as San Jose remains in the market for a new general manager I'm Dave ferry AP sports
Bruins hire Montgomery as coach to replace Cassidy
"Jim Montgomery is the new head coach of the bruins The 53 year old Montgomery spent the past two seasons as an assistant with the blues He was fired from his first NHL head coaching job by the stars in December 2019 with a team citing unprofessional conduct Montgomery replaces Bruce Cassidy who was dismissed following her first round loss in the playoffs Montgomery will open the season without at least two key components left wing Brad marchand and number one defenseman Charlie mcavoy will miss the start of the season due to injuries And Patrice bergeron is mowing retirement I'm Dave
"jim montgomery" Discussed on Poke the Bear
"Do you think what are the expectations for him in year one? Yeah, I mean, it's going to be tough, right? Because you even look at this team and even if bergeron's back and let's say you have David cruci back back on cheap and you have at least a top 6 set foundation down the middle of this team. It's all well and good, but if that's your only plan if you're done with Sweeney, which again he's kind of made this mess himself in terms of just not having extra cap room or what have you, you're still going to be stuck in a tough spot and it's tough for a guy like Jim Montgomery who again, you're kind of looking at uphill climbs. It's not fair. I think to compare him to Cassidy, not only just the different coaching styles, but even like let's say if the bruins give Johnny beecher 30 games up here, they give Jack Sydney a 30 games. I feel like that's so it's not fair to either Montgomery or Cassie to compare that because Bruce Cassidy is not a guy you hire or retain to spur a youth movement. He's a win now guy. He's motivated to win. And it's for him. It's about working with a veteran roster and getting his name on the damn cup. Get his name on it. He's a great exes and O's coach. Very candid with players and has a very high standard for winning hockey. So you can say that him and Montgomery have different dynamics. Maybe of how they kind of go about their day to today stuff. But in terms of the objectives of this team, yes, this is a brooms team that if you want to read the tea leaves, thinks that they can have at least one more run in them. But there's other dynamics at play in terms of the need for younger players to step up. Other things like that. So for him, Montgomery, it's going to be an uphill climb, especially at the start of the address in terms of treading water because even if you have great gene bergeron, let's say you sign another free agent winger or something like that. It's still going to be tough, no mcavoy and march and it even gris like, right? It's still a couple of key guys. You're going to be missed for two plus months to start the year. Yeah, it's hard to pin expectations on. I'm just giving you don't know the roster quite that. And what they're going to do because Sweeney had mentioned doing some definitely some things this off season. You wonder what they're doing free agency around the draft. So we will see. But yes, Jim Montgomery reportedly the next head coach is bruins. Crazy, crazy enough. The search is over..
"jim montgomery" Discussed on Poke the Bear
"Then yeah, as you said for instance, I think it's preaching just taking what the opposing defense gives you, right? No more of if you're trying to break the puck in, no more running into that line of bodies at the blue line leads to either odd man rush down the other end of the ice or turnover or anything like that. So as you said, even if it's guys like Kahlo or someone like that, who's not really known as a guy you want maybe operating with the puck in the neutral zone. It's all about kind of reading and reacting as opposed to getting on the rush or anything like that. That could only one probably help a guy like Colin feel more comfortable because he knows he's not strength and kind of the strength of his game, but also it slows things down a little bit, which whether it's a guy like that or even if you want to look at like a forward like David creature who's not necessarily looking to push the pace. I think if we're going to look further down the line as to what Montgomery systems are, they've created probably likes the system like that where it's all about being methodical holding onto the puck and reading and reacting to whatever the other team gives you. Thursday has been the biggest day for the David crate. She just getting it going again. She just keeps happening. And we talked about this in the other episode. Last episode. The last episode that isn't quite lost, but it's kind of it's actually readily accessible. It's only on the most videos I've ever. But it's fine. It gives more reason to go and subscribe. It's a valid, very valid point. There's one concern I have from Montgomery. And it's not even solely on him, so I can't like get on that. But I was just looking at the numbers of the 2018 19 stars. And I believe they were tied for third worst and goals for. And they were 11th in power play. So that just goes down to bad 5 on 5 goal production. Now, granted, the 1718 stars were did not make the playoffs. So again, under Hitchcock, they were not very good. So again, changes don't happen overnight. But I look at that and that's my one area where I go, I need to see some 5 on 5 production, right? Like we talk about it here, seeing what the defense gives you all those things, but that's one area where I'm like, I want to see that because we know that his teams are good defensively. We know that, you know, the power plays a good penalty kills are good. And the bruins need more 5 on 5 scoring, especially from down deeper in the lineup. Do you think that that was a product of Dallas's roster or do you think that that is something that could potentially plague him here? I think it's probably a little bit of both. I mean, I don't think even when Dallas went on that crazy run to the Cup final or even kind of the success they've had recently, they've always been nothing known as more of a defensive oriented team anyway. In Dallas, I want to say they did. But in general, if you're looking at just their basic strengths and weaknesses, I grind it out kind of team anyway. But I also think for Montgomery, I think the challenge is also fine tuning your style and finding other avenues to generate more offense. Even when Bruce Cassidy was here in his last presser when he was bruins coach at the breakup day, whatever you want to call it..
"jim montgomery" Discussed on Poke the Bear
"CL, and S 50. That online with a game stats. That's where the game starts. So you mentioned interesting thing with the power play. I mean, remember back in that Carolina series and down the stretch, they could never enter the zone. And when they did, not much happened. And it's an interesting thing because I was reading up about the stars when he first came there because they defend like John klingberg, Miro heiskanen, este lindell, they had some solid puck moving guys. And they emphasized, as you mentioned, just take it slow. You don't have to immediately rush up the ice. These quick ups, you don't need it. As long as you have the puck, you're fine. I am interested in how once Matt grills like and Charlie mcavoy returns. How that runs. I'm interested in how it impacts Brendan Carlo. And how it impacts him because you know what? With a guy like him who's not the greatest puck mover in the world, maybe taking it slow isn't the worst thing in the world, letting him kind of see what is in front of him. Whether or not they keep Mike Riley for this, although I can't imagine like a coach, you know, a certain coach would make them keep him. What are your expectations for each position group? And what impact your Montgomery would have on them? Yeah, I think it's one of those things where you listen to what other players said about them. I think even Tyler say again was talking about Montgomery's impact for him and what he liked about his coaching style is that it's a lot more of seeking input from the players of I think Sagan pretty much said he was the first coach who they sat down and met and he was like, all right, what do you want on your line? Like who do you think you best mesh with? And they kind of built it from there in terms of like, you know, you've got different key pieces in the line that you know where their strengths are and you kind of let those pieces fall into place. It's kind of what the quote you mentioned earlier in terms of you look at how posture and our compliments, bergeron and Martian. I think for him, it's for, especially the forward grouping. It's a lot of just, I think, candid open dialog, especially which I imagine you're going to see during training camp about. All right, we know what your strengths are. Let's play to them and even if maybe it's guys that you don't expect being inset roles if it leads to a spot where you're getting more offense or more effective play out of a guy, whether it's if Jake de brusca is still here, the way he plays or maybe for focusing on different aspects of a strength to their game. So you look at take de bruss, where they're just emphasizing more of his driving to the net. And if you have a better setup guy, they're just getting a great AI, he said, all it takes is a tip or a rebound to lead to a few more goals. So I think for Nick Ritchie. Yeah, exactly. Again, it's a pretty set formula, right? When we always look at how the bruins have struggled with 5 on 5 and even strength offense, a lot of it's just not adhering to those simple smart plays. You got to make down in great AI. So I think from the forwards, it's what's going to be refreshing, I think, is that very open line of communication of getting the input from the players themselves as to what works best for them. Again, I don't think they can all just be like, put me with Brad marchand and David Boston, or anything like that. Chris Wagner is like, I would like to.
"jim montgomery" Discussed on Poke the Bear
"I mean, he's got a good problem on his hands, whether it's you reunite that line that the results speak for themselves or you sick with this current configuration, which, again, you've got to see what the other domino is in terms of who you're two sees going to be, but again, go to good problem for him, whether it's you keep that line intact or you switch things up because if you go into training camp in September and you have David krejci, nazem kadri, someone there and you got Taylor. Both of them. Yeah. And you got Taylor hall and David Pasadena to whoever that two sees on that line. A good top 6 there. I don't really get to tweak that all that much. So, but you kind of look at what Montgomery has said in the past about what he emphasizes and if you watch any videos of his coaching clinics, all of its teams come back to puck possession, puck possession, puck possession. And he has like a 30 MinuteClinic online going through it all. And I think for him, it's all about in previous years for Dallas, especially I think when they have like Hitchcock or anything, it was very much a basic dump and chase a very simplified kind of method of attack there for them. And he kind of switched it up in terms of emphasizing holding onto the puck. And a lot of read and react in terms of seeing what the opposing defense kind of gives you. And getting a little bit more, not improvising or giving them leeway. But I think getting input from the players to how to approach how to change things up be a little bit more unpredictable in terms of what it is, which if you look at the way the bruins were kind of struggling at times this past year, whether it be at even strength or on the power play, it was a lot of just stagnant play, right? Of trying to be stubborn with entries or what have you. So I think when you look at just what Montgomery brings in terms of the change in systems, I don't think he's going to drastically overhaul things, but at this point you already have, especially let's say bergeron's back up pretty good roster to build around for you got guys in key spots all set. But having a guy like Montgomery and new set of eyes to look over the power play or to look over just basic tweets that maybe they're ozone strategy could probably only help this team that you already kind of know what set production you can get.
"jim montgomery" Discussed on Poke the Bear
"Forwards and kind of getting the most out of them. Montgomery more or less checks off all those boxes as to what the bruins are looking for. Yeah, again, this covers everything. And I think, you know, as you said and as we said on the OG episode one O two, he covers everything. You've got everything there, right? And I'm most impressed again by Denver. And I think for a lot of people, and as I said this again, on the old episode, I think one of the things they want in the next head coach is can you get the most out of Trent Frederick and Oscar Steen and Jack Sidney and Mark McLaughlin. I don't think they felt Bruce Cassidy could. I think it was pretty evident. They didn't think that. I think Montgomery, if you're going to pick someone to do that, is the guy Denver. USHL, time in Dallas. Again, high skin and obviously his high skin 'cause he's so good, right? Like that was kind of obvious, but there were other guys there too. Rupe hints was someone he oversaw. So I think when it comes to the younger player aspect, he can develop that. I think when it comes to winning, he's wanted every level. So again, I look at this and say, out of everyone that you could have hired. You Cassidy? It's hard to argue, probably not. But out of what you could have hired out of who you talk to, your Jay leeches, you know, David Quinn obviously, poor David Quinn, by the way, who got considered for this job and was just torched online for it. Poor guy. It was kind of odd. Again, I don't know if he was the strongest candidate. But still, the vitriol that you saw online, I was like, not that bad guys. A three in a run where it was mediocre, maybe like disappointing results for a team that then we talked about this before. I think his first year in New York, the average age of that team was like 23.6. It was something ridiculous. That was a team that was not supposed to be the contention anyway. So yeah, very, I think, I don't know if that's just the one narrative stats in terms of being like, ah, is this who you want, and then it kind of snowballs from there, which tends to happen on social media. So a tough break for him, because again, you would imagine he's going to get hired at some point by another team..
"jim montgomery" Discussed on Poke the Bear
"And welcome into poke the bear episode 102. 102 kind of .5 in a sense. That's correct. I'm Evan Meredith, Connor for the second time recording on Thursday. What is that? Evan, it feels like a weight has been lifted off my shoulders. It's not because we no longer have to talk about the bruins coaching search. No, it's the fact that we're able to record a podcast and I know that other breaking news isn't going to happen that it's going to disrupt the rest of this podcast. And now that I say that, I know broj run's going to announce he's signing at 11 p.m. on Thursday night. But after we recorded our first podcast today at 1 p.m. on Thursday, where we were speculating, like is it Quinn, Montgomery, the Lucian of these other guys? We can devote an entire podcast now talking about the bruins expected new head coach, Jim Montgomery. So I'm swell. How are you doing? I'm doing great. For those who don't know. So for those listening audio wise, the episode we initially recorded will not go to audio. It is, however, on YouTube. And I still think it's relevant because we talked about second line center. We talked about all the head coaching candidates. We talked about Montgomery at length. We talked about, you know, should they give Quinn a chance, we're talking about other options. So I do think it's still relevant, but this is the most relevant episode. And people listening just through the audio, we'll hear that. So, as you said yes, there's an is reported by many different people. Except for the bruins, who I imagine are just kind of waiting to announce until Friday, I would guess. That'd be wild if they were like, actually, but it is true. The reports are that Jim Montgomery will be the next head coach of the bruins 29th in club history after Bruce Cassidy is 28. Connor will jump right into it. Your initial reaction. Yeah, I think it's a pretty strong from the bruins in terms of not just what Montgomery, where he stood in terms of the different tiers of maybe potential candidates, but we kind of talked about in our earlier podcasts about when you look at some of these other coaches we've mentioned, right? Like David Quinn or Mike velocity or Spencer carberry or any of these other guys. There's a lot of, you know, this positive all those coaches that you can point to..
"jim montgomery" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Are still gonna want to be outside. So safety in the winter months is definitely key. Absolutely Absolutely. You know, be safe. Don't try anything you wouldn't do in a normal time. That's good advice. I think across the board, Frankly, just don't try anything you warden wouldn't normally do. So let's talk about those safety tips really quick. What safety tips would you recommend? We talked a little bit about Covitz safety tips. But if people want to head out to, you know, Mount Tom, or maybe go to the beaches or just explore any of the forests. What do you suggest they bring with them? You know, First of all, be be aware of the conditions. You know if it's you know that, as you said, I mean, the weather can change in a drop of a dime. And in this Uh, in in Massachusetts, So I mean, it can be very quickly changing me. Be aware of what the forecast is and where your layers according you know, have a have a jacket with you that you might need later that you don't necessary this morning, or vice versa. Be sure and take water. You know the face mask, the hand sanitizer and a map. You know most most of our parks have maps that are available. If not, they're posted typically on a bulletin board or that sort of thing at the part. Everybody has cell phones down. Take a picture of that map. No way. You've got that with you Make sure your batteries charged but you go out and just, you know, stay on the trails if you're if you're in a pin your hope forest or one of the bigger parks You're going hiking. Stay on the trails. Um, if you're out at the beach, you know again. It's not that type of year to be in the water. But if you do, don't go very far out there, not guarded right now. Um Just use common sense. I mean, there's there's plenty of space to do things for 50,000 acres way. We've got space for everybody, but you just need to use the common sense. Be prepared, and, you know, have a good time this past weekend. Actually, I got myself out to the Dana Common area there by the Quabbin. Ah, first time I've been out there really such a special place steeped in history. It's absolutely beautiful. So I think about that when it comes to where we could recommend people to go. What are some of the hidden gems that you in this job would recommend to people who want to get outside. No, I think as I mentioned the Blue Hills and the thing I'd say about the Blue Hills is there 7000 acres there. Ah, lot of the parking lots are one end, but but look around their smaller parking areas to the east. Onto the South. Check those areas out to this, um, great trails or some great places to get out. The Middlesex felt kind of the same way it zbig location don't necessarily go into the big parking lot where all the people are find a smaller parking lot. Um and you get out there and you go out. You mentioned the problem. That's a great area. Miles Standish, which is just you know, South Carver, Clement Beria 14,000 acres. There's plenty of space to get to get out and get around. To the north. We've got, um Mosley, Uh, State Forest that we've got Harold Parker. Some terrific areas, towns and state forest will is broken the central area. Mr State Forest and out West. We home just about every mountain out there. So when they're sober, very locked. I mean, there's a ton of space to get out and, you know, just, you know, you get used the condom sense. Try to get away from the crowds. But stay on the path and enjoy it. Enjoy the space. Well, Commissioner, where can people find out more about all this acreage and everything else that DCR has to offer? You know, the mass dot gov website. DCR has information on all of our locations, their maps for most most most of the stores, the force of the parks, and that's the best place to get information. There's local phone numbers as well. Commissioner Jim Montgomery from D C R really appreciate you coming on taking the time for us. Thank you Appreciate the opportunity now. Okay, so we've talked about the weather. We have talked about the state parks..
"jim montgomery" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports
"You know, it wasn't like he came in at the start of playoffs. He came in, you know after Jim Montgomery got fired mid-season and the Stars, you know, they they entered the playoffs as one of the top four in the conference and so they got to avoid that whole play anything. So they're good in the regular season under this guy and they're very good in these place. So I think he's earned an opportunity to try and be the head coach and and he hasn't heard it just based on this year, like what a great tale of resilience for sure. Yeah. If it doesn't end up there he'll probably get a gig again, you know wage. I don't know. How old the guy is he is he 60 6465 something like that. Yeah getting up there. But anyway, that's one of the great stories, you know of coming back from you know from this whole long freaking list of the you know, the this guy giving a year after year after year as a coach but my two favorites Stevie from coming back from injury being a golfer or was I got a practice what I just said, you're an Enthusiast you a spectator. Yeah, Rocco mediate and not Tiger Woods Thai at the end of the US Open one year. Is that what it was? Yep? Yeah and Torrey Pines and everyone else was injured here, you know, and the playoffs in the US Open is 18 holes the next day. It's not sudden death and he broke a bone. He was playing with a with a lake some. I don't know if you have the story in front of your tibia or something cracked if he or something like that and went on to win broken leg torn ACL. Yeah, incredible, you know, as if the guy wasn't incredible enough, so that was always cuz cuz when I first heard it, I thought okay now don't don't don't see doesn't have a broken bone. You couldn't play golf with any kind of broken bolt. Okay, you can't you can't like a Joe Theismann broken. It's a stress fracture, right? But but just not the same, it's still it's still bearing some weight on like the Joe Theismann snap into like a twig. So we had stress fractures in a leg and knee that featured a torn ligament. Yeah, but you'll get the goddess of sort sport. I guess most sports are but golf sort of thing. Like any injury Steve you're down. Okay, cuz you're using everything right feed hands back twisting neck and all that stuff off. That was one of the best. That's the one of best one that when it did come out that factually the guy did have that the other one though. My all-time favorite is Saku Koivu coming from the stomach cancer still still is I remember weeping like a child. I've told this story before weeping like a child when when he came back from that and stepped on the ice and the boss believable Ovation that he got and the outpouring of love and stuff. Like that was.
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.
"jim montgomery" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
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"jim montgomery" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports
"James about the firing of Jim Montgomery of the Dallas Stars. He's let go. Oh for what the team is calling. Unprofessional conduct the GM of the club. Jim nill saying the stars expect all employees to act with integrity and exhibit professional. It'll behavior while working. For and representing the Organization without elaborating nil said Montgomerie had acted inconsistently with quote the core values and beliefs of the Dallas Stars and the National Hockey League. So that is not to be lumped in apparently according to the stars with the previous guys that are kind of involved in inappropriate behavior the bill peters thing the it's not why Mike Babcock abqtalk fired but certainly after he was fired. All kinds of allegations of inappropriate behavior came there as well but this is apparently something entirely different that the Dallas Stars don't seem to want to talk about. Yeah I you know I seem to want to fall into the same take. I've had for the last two weeks on this this thing right and I'm going well you know I always believed more was going to come out now this thing. They're adamant that it's a separate issue. It sounds like something that happened happened last week. Yeah so whether it was perpetuated by the the news and the awareness now of this sort of thing coming up But I guess in in the end what's what's the big picture. What's what's this all mean? You Know Steve that this is happening. In the world of sports now this thing will extend its arms to due to all sports right that the NHL has quickly expedited this announcement of Batman's saying also if you don't report incidences now you're going to. You're going to suffer severe penalty right. So they're taking a hard stand he you know it's not Obviously with all the debate about whether like yesterday went on Dare McCartney all the NHL Zach. No no fuck we have to take this road right here. This is what we're going to do. So The Times are changing Steve. The Times are changing and and Although people always feel that the era they're living in is the time of most change it also. It's always the same but I kind of look at it. This way. Steve when I think back to the seventy s when I first got my license so so I got it right away when I was sixteen. One thousand nine hundred seventy seven. The seat belt law was not around then and but then it was that year. Remember getting a no seatbelt ticket and go. You're kidding me. When did this happen? You know and people were kind of outraged outraged by it. I remember that they were going. This is a cash grab. This is ridiculous this is you know the times are changing right. Now we're the Bob Blah Blah Blah Blah. But eventually of course course everyone knows about it. Now right sees a non issue you know and and I think that we're going to look at this this thing in in a year from now or something or two years from now and it's going to be outright while he broke the broke the rule right that the way coach now. I don't know if this thing's rampant rampant not Steve. I gotTa admit this weekend. The great one was in town. There was much again. You know. There's a bunch of people always come down to see him and other hockey players were there and there are a bunch of guys talking about other coaches who who they had as coaches it when they were pro saying these guys were worse far. Worse than what you're reading in the news and and it's hard to know what's going on here because the Dallas Stars can go ahead and say that has nothing to do with all the bill peters thing eight eight to put it all on bill. Peters here's but his was the most dramatic ace the most offensive. I thought But how can you. How can you not connect to some degree like this thing happened last last week with Montgomery the stars were made aware of it on the weekend they conducted an investigation and they decide to fire this guy on the very day Eh? Gary Bettman like you talked about addressed all these topics with the board of governors. That that they're immediately going they just basically. We're not tolerating any abusive so behavior of any kind and there'll be zero tolerance for any failure to notify us. In the event of such failure. The club and the individuals involved can all expect severe disciplined so to me. You know you can say that all you want if you're the Dallas Stars no matter what it is. Jim Montgomery did. I gotta think think there's a connection here. Well the tongue in cheek. You know the guy who commits the infraction. In this case coach. They're not coming forward saying. Hey Hey I did this. So someone reports you know someone someone sees it someone. Someone is experiences it takes it firsthand and then and then reports it so I would tend to agree with you that there are saying Steve the other day that is going to the town of people listening to this. Oh my God our coach. He does this he does this he does that. And how are they going to react to it you know. So what are the issues. Here's past players. Who are coming forward which I completely fuck and disagree with on a lot of what they're talking about I I don't on other some of his stuff but I think you're right Steve. I would think a guy would probably was saying I'll tell you. What every every frequent practice? What is this guy? Does what other coaches have been fired for yet. I mean I don't know that that's the case but I do know that whatever happened. It may be that it may be Any a number of things however I think this thing that Bettman put forth is caused by the whole wave from the bill. Peters thing and this I will think about coaches That that's why this thing was put in place and Batman's new concepts that wasn't lost on the Dallas Stars. A guy like Jim. I'm Neil for example. He's made aware of it. And I've got A. I've got to act swiftly and I've gotTa Act harshly and now the commissioner is saying that the NHL Dell's going to formulate a mandatory annual program on counseling consciousness raising education and training on diversity and inclusion Asian that must be attended by all NHL Coaches all assistants. All GM's all assistant. GM's as well as minor league coaches under contract with an NHL team team. Yeah so that that's basically for those of you who have been minor hockey coaches or minor. Sports Coaches Hockey Canada's a thing called speak-out that's basically what the NHL L. now asked to do the guys in power now have to take a speak-out course effectively. It's I understand that Steve. It's the equivalent of you know something happening in school. Bullying for example right bowling. Bullying has been going on since ever. I've I've remembered. I got bullied almost everyone. I know got bullied at at some point and now of course they've they've done this tremendous campaign anti-bullying campaign right. That's been going on for a long time. And and a a lot of the reason is that people are blaming these kids but a lot of parents come forward to teachers go. Look we've got we've got educate these kids we've gotta to make them aware we've got to prepare them for this sort of stuff we gotta tell them the signs of what's happening. We've got to show them that you know what what what you're experiencing is not not right. You know when when a kid gets bullied then goes home and doesn't say anything you know so the education system has to take this severe severe but very deadly serious position that we have to. We have to let everyone know though so everyone feel safe. You know it feels like it's a safe environment and there's no doubt in my mind that that Gary Bettman is saying you know if we don't deal with this thing it's going to be a Woodpecker woodpecker in the back of her head. It's going to just keep pecking away. Pecking away unless we come out and WHAMMO WHAMMO with a really big powerful statement. And that's what he did. That's what he did today and such a good thing and it'll trickle down. I think to minor hockey as well. That 'cause you take all the courses you want want is not going to change until attitude start to change and these severe penalties that Gary Bettman is talking about that will be the thing that changes things because that was will lead to changing ideas What's tall what's tolerable and what's not? Because what like for example I go through the speak-out course and I said to myself off while doing it. Well this is all common sense and I know that the guys on the room that might be in kind of the guys that would do this. Sort the thing these ina inappropriate things as coaches. They're not going looking at this going. That's me that's me on the on the screen. They're the guys on the screen sample. Minor coaches coaches are going bonkers on the kids just like reading the riot act. Humiliating them. I don't think that anybody when they're in those settings. I don't think they see themselves in in those nut bar coaches. Yeah you can always have these things. But the fact that they're putting in extreme penalties and and just the court of public opinion. You got with guys like bill. Peters I think that's GonNa Change and that's why on my my side of the ledger. I don't mind and people coming forward and giving their story because the more times that happens the more time the quicker it'll change the environment the climate the attitudes. It's kind of intangible way so I think it's all good the end of the day. Yeah it's crime stoppers Steve. Yeah remember when you know crime. I came a long years and years ago right where they started saying. We're going to let people know what's going on here right of Detroit solve some of this stuff but but one of the great things they did was this anonymous tip line people who are prone to not give a crap who don't care about doing the right thing they're not they're not shutting it down because it's the right thing to do shutting down because of things like you talk about crime stoppers or because there's a camera there like they're doing. They're not doing it because they're worried. What about getting caught and with everybody thinking about it and everybody in a zero tolerance state of mind? Well that is going to make AAC the next coach who might be abusive if he thinks he can get away with it. Think twice about it totally you bring up the camera thing thing you know London London England what they call their. CCTV chief camera setup. They've got like thousands thousands and thousands of cameras downtown downtown. You know I read a stat not too long ago Steve. That and I'm not I'm not embellishing hair..
"jim montgomery" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"America America sports book the next tonight began a four game trip out west first off Portland last out of Denver in between to get the warriors in the kings and as a next look to stop their nine game losing streak not off to a good start this one is getting away in a hurry late in the first half one twenty five to go Portland lead did sixty to thirty nine Carmelo Anthony having a quiet night just four points Damian Lillard who scored sixty in a loss earlier this season to the next is on pace for fifty EST twenty five leave the first hair half here against the Knicks who trail the trailblazers sixty to thirty nine nets off until tomorrow when they play Charlotte Iman Shumpert double to more for the next because of a sore knee the devils are in Dallas right now trying to end their five game losing streak trying to win for the first time under interim head coach Alain Naz redeem the stars are playing for a new coach tonight Rick Bowness replace Jim Montgomery Montgomery was fired today as a team cited unspecified on professional conduct stars are winning this game under a minute to go in regulation Dallas leading New Jersey to say nothing raiders in LA Alexander Georgi have shut out Las Vegas the other night tonight Henrik Lundquist back in goal matched up against a Connecticut native Jonathan quick and that game a scoreless in the first period Didi Gregorius is now a former Yankee he will be the next short stop of the Philadelphia Phillies and they'll be reunited with his former manager Joe Girardi reportedly a one year deal for Gregorius fourth fourteen.
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"Is twelve and and home he hosts the hawks looking their third win over Atlanta this year in Miami ten unknown home the Knicks look all the nine game losing streak in Portland and we'll see former knick Carmelo Anthony was provided us the bark for Terry Stotts the physically he's in great shape and you know what he's been able to do for sound the game by really saw that coming I think there were a lot of question marks about him when he came back and he he certainly answer the mall the Blazers coach against the Jim Rome show yesterday the first of four games tonight features the wizards and Hornets in Charlotte the Dallas Stars a fired coach Jim Montgomery citing unprofessional conduct I'm rejected this is the moose NFL and more we love it so do you join us tomorrow morning at six eastern what's up Colorado springs it's for route and your night with a cold frosty one weeknights at thirteen hundred live from southern California this is the world show.
"jim montgomery" Discussed on WGN Radio
"A lot of pressure on them but you know we will see what happens sooner or later they're going to lose and let's hope tonight Saturday night's game was one example at least of what these teams really rely upon stronghold saving for not just one but both net minder second your stars coach Jim Montgomery's that both Ben bishop Anton had opened at his disposal last year and this season nine three comma more more necessary with the travel schedules and as many back to backs as you play or we're just very fortunate and you know I I know Chicago has to be legal tenders as well I can only comment on our little tenders and how much they add like they've just the confidence in everybody in the room no matter who's in that's is really important it is a luxury and I think it gives us team our team confidence in back to backs which it is for the visitors tonight Ben bishop who by the way he's been absolutely stellar his career numbers against the Blackhawks he went last night he's had some injury issues kinda like Corey Crawford the last couple years antenna dopants performance there tonight of course made it easier from a gun ready to make this with the way he did bishop last night come back with a Dolby here tonight but among the other strong ten in the league you have Boston you have the islanders Arizona maybe even throw Vancouver into that this year as well they're all no lower than third in their respective divisions the hawks the winter than I for points out of the second wild card they're just gonna have to clean up the shop against in their old added me and take a lease on these goalies but your short while is this could be called a luxury item manages the trend.
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