21 Burst results for "Johnny Johnny Gaudreau Gaudreau"
"johnny gaudreau" Discussed on Poke the Bear
"That's promo code CL, and S 50, get online with a game, stats, stats. Where the game starts. So it's funny, we mentioned the orange line being on fire and you know, that's unfortunate. It's fun to joke about. But there's something else that's orange and on fire in the NHL right now. And that is your Calgary flames. And I don't mean it's I don't mean, I do not mean that it's because they are the actual flames. I mean, they are actually, they are on day of burning. They are burning to the ground Evan. They are burning as we speak. I actually just, this is such, I feel like such a loser. As you were talking doing the read, I wrote down tweet orange line, dash flames. So I'm making a mental note. Maybe you can beat me to it as I'm driving here. Anyways, for those who do not know the flames are if there we go. The tweets are being made as we speak. The flames are on fire though. The flames lost Johnny gaudreau in free agency. And then, of course, the next shoe to drop was Matthew Charles being like, I ain't resigning.
"johnny gaudreau" Discussed on Bruins Beat
"Say, too, that the brood just need to get every single check player to make pasta not happy. It's not like you don't only talk to check players or something like that. He's really really liked in the room and has a lot of close connections with the rest of his teammates. So, but yeah, I think as you said, can't hurt. And it's not one where I think, you know, I think for pasta and who's already expressed a willingness to stay here. I think it's more or less mapping out the vision of all right, not saying, all right, Pavel sog is your center for the next 5 years. I don't know if that really moves the needle, but in terms of I think for him, it's just about pitching the future where it's him and mcavoy and lindholm and Paul and marchand at his stage of his career. By selling low rise jumping in when you've got more money off the books where the bruins were going to be active and free and see to add more guys. We're in a market that people want to come to. Puzzle socket doesn't even have to move because he lives in passing already. How convenient is that to get traded to the team that you live at during the summer? Yeah. So again, Boston's beyond just the original 6 history and all that stuff is a market that hockey players want to be in in terms of location, how passionate fans are, the resources here, the amount of pros that are here during the season, the off season and all that stuff. So the bruins will be active once they have money freed up. Now, is that going to be two three years down the line? But this is a team that if they're looking at 2025 and you got these guys in place with mcavoy and astronaut. They're not going to just let top tier freed and they're not going to be on the sidelines for those either.
"johnny gaudreau" Discussed on Bruins Beat
"Stuff. About blasting with energy, really. So great. Actually, it does make my stomach feel better. So I will give them that. Anyways, moving along. An interesting thing of last week that I don't think we really saw coming, we were prepped for free agency, Montgomery's presser, development camp, trades, a trade broke last week, the trade was won for one Erika for Pavel zacha. And there's some interesting takeaways from the Pavel saga thing, right? You know, the contract, except for arbitration. There's or if it's in line up, which we've kind of covered. But an interesting thing I keep coming across is, you know, it seems like Patrice bergeron is definitely coming back, right? At some point, the contract will be incentive laden, low AAV, you know, unless something drastic happens, it feels like he's pretty much back, especially given every single player and prospect and I'm like, oh, I can't wait to play with him and training camp. So he'd be letting a lot of people down. It didn't come out great. Yeah, not great. But crazy is a different kind of thing. Because, you know, again, didn't was in the check last year, it would require moving his family back across the world. You know, it's a different dynamic to that. Where, you know, again, when you said, you know, the conversations are good, but you never really know. And if creatine doesn't return, is a good enough to see. Is that an upgrade over Eric holla or even like a Charlie Coyle? Yeah, I mean, that's one of those things where I don't think we really know until he's in that spot. And I think it's something we talked about when we first were grading the zaka trade where, listen, if he's your third line left wing and he's with Khalid coiling Craig Smith, I think that's a home run of a trade in terms of you're getting a younger player who you could probably have under a longer term deal, whatever his new contract gives us an RFA, but that's the spot for him, and he can work with coil and Smith. I think you have a lot of value there. These are two C a little bit tougher of a grade, right? If you're already moving on from hala, which as we've said before, the bruins at their best when the two C? No, they needed an upgrade there, which is why we talked about creating so much, but you at least knew what you're going to get with hollow there that if he's with hall and posternak, he's going to very least be productive. I don't know if he's going to be 80 point guide, but he's pretty much playing it like a 70 point pace once he was with those guys. And who knows? Maybe you put Zac O with Taylor hollander pasta rock. I would not be surprised if his numbers jump up quite a bit, right? But it's also true.
"johnny gaudreau" Discussed on Bruins Beat
"You're not going to remove them even if that's one where you trade crew at the time in the middle of it. And the venom, the vitriol that comes in the next two, three years of giving up an asset like krug in the middle of that win now window. That's going to be there a lot longer than maybe 7 8 years down the line. We're like, oh, look at all this stuff. We got the crew. Yeah, it kind of sucked like you're always going to have that narrative for that. That second guess in the back of your mind, when you subtract from a team that's trying to win now, so that one, yeah, it's tough to draw a parallel between that and let's say what they're using now with pasta non where you look at what the flames right now where even if that team still has good pieces to build a room. And they had a great defensive foundation. If you lose a guy like Gujarat, a hundred point guy, a guy who's so weird, especially at even strength for nothing, devastating. Like you can't have that for a team that looks like it was really building toward something. And now as soon as you draw a sign with Columbus, what were all the columns that immediately came out, it was like, do the flames blow it up. It shows you how quickly you look the forges of Frances can change. I didn't ask boudreaux to walk for nothing. When the window completely shots, and that is it's funny, you know, obviously everyone's kind of been crapping on the bruins lately because of the prospects and things like that. But the reality is the fact that the bruins have left a cup window open now since like 2007 until now is mind-blowing. It really is mind-blowing. The cup window. I mean, I know like right now the cup window is not fully, really open. But there's still, they're still competing for a playoff spot. The flames may have to blow it up. You know, again, they could also use that space to do other things. They could, you know, I don't know what you do in that situation. You tread water next year, because then they have markstrom and net, you know, chuck's good, and they got good players. I know a lot of people around you always wonder about like Sean monaghan. Maybe this will be the year, Evan. He finally breaks through. It's like, who was it? Was Jonas brodin from the wild for a while that was like supposed to be a Bruin for so long. And there was Gabe Landis cog, Brendan Carlo forgave Landis dug straight off, which now in retrospect might have been a pretty good deal for the bruins. Way back way back then. But before we get David Craig stuff, I want to tell you about our next our new partner over at athletic greens. They have a product I use literally every day. Literally every day. I started taking AG one because I wanted better gut health and more energy. I'd actually do not drink coffee or use caffeine.
"johnny gaudreau" Discussed on Bruins Beat
"Order to the bruins beat on sea on us media my name is Evan Marino, we hope you guys are having a great day, a great week. On this episode, Conor Ryan and I got into some pertinent topics in the world of contracts and salary caps. We got into the recent news on Johnny gaudreau. And how that impacts David Paulson arts earnings because I do think there is a little correlation there. We also get into Pavel zaka and if is he good enough to see if David grace doesn't return and also could he potentially help keep posture? All interesting questions? All interesting summer questions. We also get into if John Sweeney is actually going to clear any cap space because going off recent comments, I think that's kind of a clear answer. So that is today's episode of bruins beat. And without further ado, here is my conversation. With Connor Ryan. And
'Thrilled' Blue Jackets sign Gaudreau for $68.2M
"And kept two on the first day of NHL free agency The avalanche re signed forward arturi lechon and defenseman Josh Manson but they lost goaltender Darcy Kemper to a 5 year contract with the capitals The abs also said goodbye to Andre burakovsky who signed with the kraken Meanwhile the blue jackets made a big splash by getting former flames forward Johnny gaudreau The hurricanes added veteran blue liner Brent burns and the red wings picked up center Andrew cop left winger Dominic kubala and defenseman Ben sharat the rangers picked up center Vincent trochek and netminder Jack Campbell went for the Maple Leafs to the oilers I'm Dave
"johnny gaudreau" Discussed on The Hockey PDOcast
"And so at least there's something to kind of build out from here, assuming that there are future additions to the blue line coming. Yep. And again, you can't say enough good things about to bring it. Yeah. All right. Jack. We got to get out of here. I'm exhausted. I need to take a break. I think I need to have a cold beer. And gather my thoughts before I write about today at EP ringside and people can check that out as well. Tonight, but this is a blast. I appreciate you coming on here to take the time to chat during a crazy day as we wind down. I'll let you plug some stuff where can people check you out, what have you been working on, get the listeners all that good stuff? Well, if you would like to hear a take on pretty much every thing that happened today from John and gaudreau to I'm trying to think of the most obscure possible player who got signed. Andre cost is the one on the top of my head, but I'm sure that Hoskins aren't bigger than that. Are you going to write a bar now? So I think I might have to write about Austin zarina. I don't know if he has a player card. I'll have to find that out anyway. I'm going to be writing a bit of a recap kind of winners and losers type of thing for EP ringside. God willing I'll do it tomorrow morning and not tonight because I think my brain is about to is about to implode. But I mean, you could also go through my Twitter feed at J fresh hockey and you will find a hundred posts from today from this very exhausting day breaking down all of these signings. Yeah, and then if you like the player cards that you see on there, you could subscribe to my Patreon and access every single one of them. All right, man. Well, I love it. Get some rest here, gather your thoughts. I'm looking forward to reading. You want to be ringside, and we're certainly going to have you back on the PDO test. Down the road. So until then take care of yourself. Sounds good. All right, well, that is going to be it for today's episode of the hockey PDO test. It was certainly an eventful one, so hopefully you enjoy our candid live in the moment reactions to finding out about the Johnny gaudreau news, going to the blue jackets and our analysis of all the other big signings and stories to come from day one of free agency.
"johnny gaudreau" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Past the hour. And here comes Dan Schwartzman, Dan. A Manchester City star has confirmed his exit. That is crack Raheem Sterling has said he is out of the Etihad and a move to Chelsea's imminent for 47 and a half million pounds, plus two and a half million in add ons. The 27 year old spent 7 seasons at city helping the club win 11 major trophies. The blues, meanwhile, also closing in on a €40 million deal for Napoli center back Kali dukula Bali, who was finalizing a 5 year contract to move to Stanford bridge. Elsewhere Barcelona confirming that free agent dusman blade will be returning to the Catalan capital as a France international has agreed to deal to stay at camp no to at least 2024. Finally Manchester United on the verge of a €50 million move for ix Amsterdam midfielder and defender lisandro Martinez, the 24 year old is also highly coveted by arsenal on the eve of the 150th open championship the royal and ancient golf club of saint Andrews has made Tiger Woods Rory McIlroy and Paul Lowry honorary members, which has won the open three times, including twice the same Andrews, Rory and Larry have both won once Tiger, by the way, also played the of course as an amateur back in 1995. Calgary flames star Johnny goudreau hit free agency and it wasn't for long. He's going to the Columbus blue jackets 7 year deal for around 9 and a half $1 million per season reports say that he left one year and about a $1 million per season on the season to leave Calgary, the south Jersey native was rumored to be on the radar of the flyers, the islanders, and the Devils as well. Toronto Blue Jays firing manager Charlie Montoya with the team sitting in fourth place in the AL east 15 and a half games
"johnny gaudreau" Discussed on The Hockey PDOcast
"PDO cast, my name is Dimitri filipovic, and joining me is my good buddy Jack razor Jack, what's going on man? A lot. I'm like waiting for a John nigga assigning to drop midway through us talking about Nico's term. So yeah, everything is happening. This episode is just going to be three dudes scrolling their tweet deck waiting for waiting for and use the drop. And the third third due to that is my good pal dawn was just down, what's going on buddy? Not too much. I feel a little slightly refreshed after taking a nap before this podcast. And I'm ready for some takes about what we just witnessed over this day. It wasn't as wild as I think usual, but there was still some there were some moments and choices on free agency day as there as there always are. Yeah, I wasn't as well. I think cap friendly tweeted out, there's been like 300 years worth of contract commitments given out already. Obviously, there's some certain minor league deals and stuff that are inflating that a little bit. But we're recording this. It's like whatever 4 p.m. Pacific time on Wednesday. There's still some big names that we're waiting on like Johnny gaudreau and asam Qadri, John clink. But things are starting to slow down after the early flurry of signing. So I feel pretty safe about at least recording a show talking about what we've seen so far. So acknowledging that we still probably need more time to kind of fully absorb it. It makes sense that we're going to try to work through our initial thoughts here and just kind of sort through that first wave of signings and kind of identify personal winners, losers, biggest takeaways. So with that said, Jack, I'll let you go first. Give me your first either actionable storyline or winner or loser or you can take any of those categories, open us off.
"johnny gaudreau" Discussed on The Hockey PDOcast
"If we have the cornerstones of the team, we just need to build around that. And I think that has to be their attitude moving forward. Yeah. Well, and let's move on to the series one, we should give Jake auditor his love we've kind of mentioned it in passing here. For the series, he faced 41 shots per game. He stopped 95.4% of them. He stopped 69 of 74 high danger shots he faced, which is pretty nice. He gave up 13 fewer goals against an expected depending on the model you use. So he checked both the quantity and the quality boxes. He did pretty much everything he could possibly keep the stars alive and give them a shot to hang around. Now, I will say we were just talking about how the stars might not have put some of their players in a position to succeed. I think they did their defensive plan was well executed in this because the flames are kind of such like a north south team beyond Johnny gaudreau, like they just try to get the pocket, just go north and try to get to the net and just shoot it as much as they can. And the stars did a good job of like they were kind of gumming up the middle of the ice as the way they have in the past. They filled lanes and they were basically just leaving the rest of the stuff for you to gobble up. So he made some ridiculous acrobatic saves and certainly stole a few from the flames that they should have scored against pretty much any other goalie. But they did a good job of giving him a lot of shots that he could see in a lot of shots that were very manageable for him. So he played phenomenally the stars had a good defensive game plan at all tied together into this formula where they gave the flames a lot of trouble and took them to overtime of game 7. Yeah, I know most teams don't want to look at it like well we did our job and we're out and round one but they really did and Jake Brown and George deserves a ton of credit. He obviously didn't start the year as a starter, but when he came up and was rotating with holtby he was really good and you could see that turn around and like February when the stars actually had a chance to compete a little bit more. And he was a key part of it. I'm a fan of his also, you know, he helped my fantasy season, so I like him a little bit extra, but no he was fantastic. And the way he plays, it was how he controlled his rebounds and pressed me and even when there were second or third chances how he continued to stop them. And then at the end of it the way he just would flip the puck out of his glove at the end. It's like, you know, this is a young goalie and to have that little bit of flair in that way. Oh, you love the swag. Yeah, it's like he came out and he was like, all right. Whoever, if you weren't a fan of his before, you should have watched them and like whoever he is, I want to see where he goes from here. So I'm excited that he got that moment because he deserved it after, you know, I guess there was some doubt the last couple of years with Dallas and their goaltending situation. They had so many goalies, but now it's very clear. It's just grease and he earned it in every single way. All right. We did like 20 plus minutes on the stars and flames, which is remarkable. And I think we did a pretty good job of covering our bases there. We're going to take a quick break here, and then on the other side, we're going to do the.
Gaudreau's OT goal gives Flames 3-2 win over Stars in Game 7
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"johnny gaudreau" Discussed on ESPN Daily
"Tough competitor. But it does seem like for McKinnon and the avalanche if they just choke in these playoffs, you're afraid for bystanders for furniture for electronics for McDavid, there is a larger question of like, how do you actually think of this guy who otherwise has been incredibly special? And so McKinnon and Colorado, they're taken on the national predators. McDavid and his oilers, they're facing the kings, who are you actually more afraid for in comparison there? A more afraid for McDavid. The LA kings are interesting story. They've had the best prospect pool in the NHL for the last few seasons. And we all assumed that when they made it back to the playoffs, it would be on the strength of those young players. Well, it turns out it's the adults that are doing it this time. It's on Jay kopitar. It's Philip the know before he got injured. It was drew dowdy. It was Jonathan quick. The goalie that led the kings to two Stanley cups in the last decade, having a quick assault this season in goal. And so the only thing I'm worried about here for the oilers is the idea that the kings might have a series winning them and they might have a series winning them if Jonathan quick decides to pop off and take over the series and goal, which isn't out of the realm of possibility with the way that he's played. Now, Colorado is a beast. Colorado, it would be absolutely shocking if Colorado didn't get out of the first round. For one reason, which is that they are opponents of the national predators who, by the way, are not a pushover, they're a good underdog, but they be even better underdog if their goalie you see Soros was healthy. You put him in this series, they got to punch his chance. He's out of the series. This could be a real quick one. He's out of this series. It just sounds like they're just gonna get punched in other words. That's right. So the Calgary flames are speaking of an entire country getting punched. I mean, Canada, I want to talk about Calgary and specific here in the flames because like Edmonton, I guess we suffer, Greg, we Americans suffer from a little bit of ignorance. A lot of ignorance actually about like stuff to know about Calgary, but stuff to know about this team involves winning the Pacific division, having the third highest point toll in the west. So where are they in terms of possibly end in Canada's Stanley Cup drought? All right, quick primer on the Calgary flames. They got three 40 goal scorers. Matthew could chuck who is if you love your Brad bar Sean type players very much of that ilk, a guy that could beat you on the scoreboard or with his mouth or with his stick. If you like guys who no one else likes, in other words, this guy is a guy for you to like. If you're a fan of the heels, this man is a heel. Elias lindholm is a great two way player. He's got 42 goals. And then there's Johnny gaudreau who hit 40 goals that had a 115 points. He's an American kid, south Jersey kid, free agent. It's going to be a very lucrative summer for Johnny gaudreau. They also have a goalie in Jacob markstrom, who's considered to be one of the best in the league. And a coach and Daryl Sutter, who is a man of, well, brief words, but a long storied history of playoff success, including being behind the bench for those recent LA kings championships. So this is a team that could beat you offensively. They're one of the best offensive teams in the league with a great goaltender, so they are a very, very big threat to win the cup this year and stop that Canadian cup drought. Okay, so the Calgary flames, they get the Dallas stars, a hell of a match up there. But the matchup, Greg, that is, I don't know, pretty infuriating if you're either of the teams involved here, it's the St. Louis blues against the Minnesota wild, rounding out the rest of the bracket in the west. What do you make of this particular series here? My heart breaks, I love both these teams, man. There's so much fun. The Minnesota wild have shed the reputation of being a defensive oriented franchise and transformed into one of the best offensive and defensive teams in the league led by krill Capri staff who's one of the league's most exciting players. The St. Louis blues have had one of their best offensive seasons since the early 1990s when Brett Hull was scoring like 80 goals. This is a matchup between two incredible teams. In fact, so incredible that by points, the wild were second in the Western Conference and the St. Louis blues were fourth. But because of this vocabulary playoff format we've got, they got to play each other in the first round. What is that? Wait, wait, wait, so there's a two things. Number one, what is the adjective you use to describe the playoff bracket at number two, explain the playoff bracket? It's yiddish pay it no mind. So the playoff bracket goes like this. The top seeds in Easter version, they play the wild card teams. The two and three teams in each division have to play each other. So back in the day, if we were in the old one through 8 conference format, right? The Minnesota wild would be seated to play the Los Angeles kings. I think that is a fitting matchup for a team that had the second most points in the conference. The St. Louis blues would play against the Edmonton Oilers who were 5th in the conference. So again, that's a much more manageable matchup for the blues than it is in Minnesota wild. Losing one of these teams in the first round is heartbreaking as a hockey fan 'cause I think either of these guys could give the Colorado avalanche a really good series in the next round. Yeah, I mean, bump gets Greg is what this sounds like buckets. That's right. Does that work? Does that work in this context? It's a shonda. Absolutely. So Greg, another team that's just etching right now. Just like truly, truly in their feels, right? Can you tell me what back to Brooklyn, by the way? You weren't getting all this when I was living in California. No, this is probably, you are in your prime, Greg, clearly. But the biggest golden diets, right? Like, what happened, Greg, what happened to them? Because they're missing the and look, I know it's been a short history, but this is the team that I just came to expect them to be awesome every year, but here they are out of the entire playoff picture. The Jack I go thing, bringing him in from buffalo, controversially after he had this falling out with the Sabres. We covered that on this podcast with Emily Kaplan about his neck injury. What did go wrong here? Injuries, I think would be the number one thing that went wrong. You know, they lost a ton of guys in their lineup at a critical part of the season. Mark stone, who I think is their best forward, maybe outside of eye glow if you want to go raw talent. Alec Martinez was out for a while a key defenseman. And then at the end of the season, Robin later opted to get surgery so they didn't have him for the last stretch. So there might be able to look at this season and say it was the injuries, but it was also a mess of their own making in the sense that because of their salary cap situation, a situation that was only exacerbated when they acquired eichel's cat pit from the buffalo Sabres, they weren't really able to get reinforcements or bring in reinforcements off of long-term injury reserve. When they bought stone back in their lineup, they were moving around their players on and off long-term injured reserve just to manage the cap. So a lot of these problems are of their own making. But beyond that, I've never seen a team go from being the single most beloved team in the league, like the golden knights wear when they made the Cup final in their inaugural season as the golden misfits to a team where the vast majority of the national hockey leagues fans were just wallowing in the schadenfreude of the golden knights missing the playoffs this year. Primarily because of the way they treated their players and primarily because of the way they treated Marc Andre fleury, their franchise goaltender, who found out.
Gaudreau scores twice, Flames get key 3-2 victory over Kings
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Panthers win 4th consecutive game, roll past Flames 6-2
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"johnny gaudreau" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"We look at the draft. As a as a trigger date July 23rd 24th, because historically speaking, that's a breeding ground for the bigger type of trades. Stand a couple little bit awarded your through the July 21st expansion draft. You've got free agency looming on July 28th. So there's a lot of reasons why General managers and clubs have more flexibility. Even though next to again be a flat cap. It, um but I feel like Kevin Adams. As the majority of his conversations. He doesn't need to talk to another general manager to explore the interesting Jack Eichel. The teams with interests have expressed therein, Kristen Now you're you're at that stage where it's probably working towards a framework of what a trade would look like, and the elements that the Buffalo Sabres need to come back. I don't know that you get into the deep specifics. To say, Well, I need player X and I need this and you need this. I mean, it's going to be fairly obvious, isn't it? I mean, the Sabres had the first pick overall, so they're going to be looking for at least another first round draft back. Um, And if that team doesn't possess a high first round draft pick Well, then your prospect gets juice here or the young roster player that's coming back the other way as part of the package. Get increasingly interesting as well. So what? You got to be careful of here, Petey and you and I swapped the text earlier this morning about this is there's still much speculation around the stories of the Buffalo Sabres. Because of the players involved. When you're talking about a star player like Jack Eichel, regardless of the injury situation, and all that that still hasn't been completely iron note. Every media member in their market is going to devise a plan or an idea as to why their team should go after Jack Eichel. So you've got to be careful in separating fact from fiction, and we talked about the idea that the Columbus Blue Jackets are out of it right. There are no longer in on Jack Eichel. Um, I don't buy it to be fair. I don't buy it. And the reason I don't buy it. Is it so early? And that's not the M O of, um, Okay, Kalinin. He may not like what Kevyn Adams is telling them right now, whatever the pieces that could or would have to be included. In making a deal very soon. Normal may not like, but he needs a center right? He told Patrick Line. A, um before the end of the season, that top priority was to get Patrick Line a top center. Well, there aren't that many available. I can assure you of that, and there are none available as good as capable as a healthy Jack Eichel. How can you be out at this stage? How can you be out at this stage Drags? Um, you talk about another team that would need a center in Columbus. Yes. I just don't know that Columbus has the pieces, but maybe you can make it work somehow, you know, but dress. Uh, ribs dropped two bombs on us this morning before leaving one, he said when we acquired Josh Anderson, so he talked about himself as part of Marc Bergevin is group in Montreal that acquired Josh Anderson in the trade. And two at the very and he said, Hey, Vegas is out of the playoffs. They need a center. They had Chandler Stephenson has a number one center to have William Karlsson. They have Keegan Cola Sardi. They don't have a top center. So my my asking to you is okay. How long after Vegas is out of the playoffs before we hear Vegas is in the running for Jack Eichel. And I think they have pieces. So where do you Where do you think that comes through? Uh, well, I'd be surprised if McCrimmon Kelly McCrimmon, the general manager of the Golden Knights hasn't already out of conversation with Kevin. But I would you know if Vegas said one And was forcing a game seven. That's just part of doing your due diligence and doing your job as general manager, and Kelly is a smart guy. I mean, he sees the same things that the rest of us see. And when you look at the Vegas Golden Knights up the middle you've identified You know they're they're cast of sentiment, and it's not strong enough. It's not strong enough. You know, Chandler Stephenson has probably underrated by those who don't watch the Vegas Golden Knights closely, and we had Max patch already on the podcast, probably six weeks or so called And he openly talked about how good Chandler Stephenson is, but, you know is he too? Is he a three? On a really good team? A team that has, you know, depth at center probably is not likely a number one with all due respect. So I can't imagine that the Kremlin in the Vegas Golden Knights won't explore this because they look at everything right. Recently acquired Robin letter in the first place was because they had long term concerns. About the wear and terror and the toll that that would take on Marc Andre Fleury. They didn't want to get to a Stanley Cup final and have flurry run out of gas or to be injured. So they acquire Robin Leonard and you've got the one and you've got the one A and we can debate who one is and who one is just depending on how things go. That's just my example of an organization that has identified a weakness or a need or an opportunity. Right. Alex Pietrangelo was an opportunity for the Vegas Golden Knights wasn't a necessity. They just felt like okay, we can bolster blue line. Why wouldn't we go after the most coveted Unrestricted free agent defenseman available and they acquired that piece. So I I get it. I I can I can see what ribs is on, and it makes a lot of sense to me and Marty, you're bang on I mean, the Vegas Golden Knights have the pieces to make something like that happen. And Bill Foley, the owner of the Vegas Golden Knights, is an impatient dude. I mean, he's in his mid seventies he wants to within a Stanley Cup as much or more than most of the owners across the national actually, who haven't had the luxury of doing so. So Vegas for sure needs to be in that conversation, regardless of somebody coming out and saying, source says this I mean, just common sense tells us Vegas will make that call. Instigators. Darren Drager joining us here He's out, Darren Dragger on Twitter. TSN hockey insider. You'll be in Montreal covering the finals. Um you know drugs we heard this week. I can't remember where Where the rumor started. But Matt could Chuck might want out of Brian Shane O'Brien. Thank you, Um MCA, Chuck, um, might want out of Calgary. Is there any truth to that? Well, look, I don't like shooting down information just automatically because number one, that's that's not my job to defend. Matthew could Chuck or the Calgary Flames. But I can tell you that reaching out to sources in Calgary, it was instantly refuted. And I would say angrily, So, um, but you know again to dismiss that out of hand and say that it's 100% wrong. Might be a little unfair to the process as well. I don't believe that Matthew could. Chuck is in play again, based on the response that I got to that, But I do look at the Calgary Flames, and I look at the history of Brad Tree loving the general manager. And I know that he can see that they've got to do something. They've got to attack the core of that team. So if it isn't Johnny Gaudreau, and it isn't Matthew get chucked. And who are we talking about here? And it feels like the one guy left is Sean Monahan at and Sean Monahan. Rumors have been out there for a while. They were out there during last offseason. They're out there now, and it feels to me like if they're going to part with one piece from that core. It's likely going to be Sean Monahan. And you know Rebstock here about you know we as the Montreal Canadians acquiring Josh Anderson. Calgary Flames were pretty heavy in on Josh Anderson before he got traded to the Montreal Canadians and Sean Monahan was part of what would have had to have gone. The other way and troll living just didn't want to give up a center as part of the deal, But now I think he realizes that they've got to be something to shake up. That course. So I don't think it's Matthew chopped based on the response that I got But I could see Calgary to doing something fairly significant and that might be involving Sean Manana. Okay, So Jacki Coal is one thing Calgary can Chuck Monahan and I think it's a second tier of players like Jack. I calls a top tier player. Second tier players. We have Sam Reinhart. We have Rasmus crystalline, and I think those two Are more on the market. And Jack Eichel is but everybody is calling on everybody. You hear anything on Reinhart wrestle linen? Is there talks about those two? And would that happened at the draft or before the draft? Yeah. I mean, there is talk of those two. There's no question about that. They're talking a lot of different players. So I just want to want to circle back and something you just said, though, Marty, you don't think Eichel is going to be traded or you're not sure he's going? I don't think he is. I said that from the beginning and it's only I don't have any information..
"johnny gaudreau" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Be well fast years leading radio we continue Friday John Cooper standing by we get the right which make the flight that's a good team over there that's kind of been up and down the cuts of adversity with that coach leading midway through yeah yeah yeah has been a consistent but it seems like maybe they're starting to figure some things out here like I was impressed with them we'll see them again a couple weeks the lightning go through that western Canada swing yeah coming up in the middle of March so it's not too far away they're really good balance their line they have a an edge to them you know physically they're engaged in that game they came in angry at themselves because they they blew a lead against Nashville the other night lost in overtime to get the one point they felt they they needed to protect them you know when both points but Johnny Gaudreau you know is very exciting to watch he said for his number is kind of a mediocre season but boy he he was dancing around out there dangerous every shot he got out they feed on the block so well and he makes plays so you're reacting to him and why you're reacting to a mere leaving some holes out there and if his teammates can jump doubles gold okay go get him the puck yeah so expressed with that impressed with their balance up front you're down all you know is there any ground defense now he's back and that was the second game back after missing ten with injury that's a a mas I don't Riddick Riddick was good again the goal is to win an autonomous collective Tyler Johnson I was nasty you know it will not that of the year not right down to the ice and it bounced right back up under his arm it's almost impossible it's a good goalie it's only a second full year with the team and you know he's earned their trust for sure so all the way around I think they're going to be really tough out there during that battle mode you can tell they can they'll fight if you want they'll play a heavy game that we saw that so I think they're capable of all those things they've even though their overall point totals are down like Goodrow was well behind with thirty six goals last year sixteen so far Monahans you know down from what he was points wise but you know a lot of that is just the way things have gone for the team so they have three or four guys but Lindholm is had a heck of a year he's got great hands and Backlund is sort of what else a little fire in only fifteen points in this last ten games I think in nine goals in nine games so they're getting it from other sources that's you know that's what you find out like we were talking about was stamped out rail will see who's really going to start to take off offense simply with him out so I was I was impressed with Gallagher yeah it's a no doubt about that John Cooper speaking of good scenes of code is one of the spoke the media just moments ago let's go to that interview right here a lot of great the power.
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"Debate behind at make up my core doctor shot her grade point love circle unit is Goodrow use jacked and stabbed up by Giordano down the ice back to the late again no license key just pursuing thirty jab executive makes the play giving it a shot and Kirk with four thirty five left but when searching for two lighting a third middle it is court at center back for Kevin Shattenkirk right said B. Blake Coleman deflected it what is by the flames that goaltender Rick I have to speak with the near corner and former sprinted out to senator John Kirk did retrieve one point Surguja long possible website we call the deflected back in as we approach four minutes left customs into the near corner Derek for over four to lighting of the third nice past center ice modding it try to be a little on a drop pass got deflected away money and will gather again in Japan but nobody ever before tech for the flames tourniquets died to give the Victor Hedman under four minutes left four two lighting admitted for the Tampa Bay goal feet up the middle is going to connect with Palade deflect today who dropped her to the right corner but the bloody redirected a wide left Rasmus Andersson looking account Anderson had a senior center middle back with bill lading separates about your body looks to Saturday came in on bass Lossky knocks it away Marcus played analytic park one of my greatest point the net is empty for Calgary in point lots and other results three twenty five left empty for the flames it is for too late there's no Hannifin out for Calgary to center ice deal directed in arteritis played by Paul the far corner used Jack is crap I gotta go to lose point point out to center ice get that again across the I love circle back hand shot to stop outside the post read out is bouncing around the Calgary F. Johnny Gaudreau picked it up threw me back and left wing what is that about your body that is going to be knocked away by Kucherov but they're gonna get turn back for an interference penalty on mon Giovanni two fifty six left flames got a power play down four to a lightning radio as a proud partner had huge fan of the Tampa Bay Lightning triple a is here to assist with more than just roadside assistance triple a offers affordable auto insurance that you can customize.
"johnny gaudreau" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Shot total in the game against the hawks yet each shot career high in that game dot net also several that missed the net not only for him but the lady is a team Shattenkirk to center ice knuckleball sit in on Rick we'll leave it for Brody by the flames at the near corner Giordano lobs it out of the zone is going to bounce into the late again for certain jobs I saw Allah to center ice polite to flex the integrated point pursues it points really got the motor going in this game early to make a play cross ice plot let's circle I replied cycles the point left corner rated point peeling to the left circle point cut centerpoint leave different drop centerpoint shoots Cedric any flash that glove makes the save no re about ten forty five left in a scoreless first as a second game in a row we've seen Brayden point is controlling the play leading the charge every time he gets on the ice and kind of similar to what we saw on Brayton point's first goal against Chicago in the last one Andre plots trying to provide kind of a moving screen but this time it was Nikita Kucherov who point shoveled off to to get the shot from the point but Riddick during a good job of tracking the puck down trying to see it although in Stephen Monaghan Monahans toss so Lindholm will come then he's not as weak side draw produced a red X. left one of the planes do what it it scooped up by Gustafson high in the air to the lighting and it's gonna bounce down for Stephen C. Jan two two is valid for Victor Hedman right at the near side turn act for passport can't any does deflected out to center ice a regroup for Eric Gustafson zips the feed Johnny Gaudreau on the right wing cross ice pass missed Monaghan and Mitchell Stephens grabbing pump it apart in the flames near corner it scooped up the near side by Gustafson for Sean Monahan the overheated there lies a little into the lightning and rain it'll poke Jack return act will lift it high in the air and out of the zone was almost closed down by wind hold trying to hold that it both sides are gonna get a change here ten minutes left in a scoreless first no Hannifin peddling out for Calgary to center ice aside feed could Chuck miss indifferent follows up though the president of the heart around uber didn't see it but it does deflected to rally off the path from quarter to rally lots of back the Calgary NC race the puck Rasmus.
"johnny gaudreau" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Right point Zach Bogosian shoot favorite stepped up in the air it didn't go in good recollected behind at right corner jadi Gorda drop pass is taken away by Johnny Gaudreau it'll sweep it out for the flames to center ice Calgary needs a change here it's worked back in the office today by Barclay Goodrow but stepping out is Dylan dubay with fresh legs for Calgary again the redline expedient as the flames get a much needed change but does it try to clear this that gets knocked out of love point by Derek for Burgess came over from LA in a trade at the deadline a past taken away by good row a lighted back to Calgary ice former of the middle Derek Ryan speeds to center ice lob today now to get the clock working over two minutes into the score here's Victor Hedman lighting far corner directing for Johnson backed by the lightning at its head right exactly goes a short pass Victor had admin petals out toward center ice doesn't like what he sees lighting or changing things up the whole regroup and spend eternity with room down the right wing cross the Calgary line cuts of the right circle shot right on seat mate Riddick remember Jill Stevens by that try to keep it alive for pocket but the flex to turn out right point shot deflected wide right here's Pat allude to the right corner retreating right point chart at left wing had been shortly to pocket let's circle it's a moving behind it properly their route step to the left circle speak to appoint a head bit shoots them is that why right I actually didn't miss that can bring the cost that it was going live in east near that of the year an old sign for a whistle seventeen oh seven left in a scoreless first hello was going really wide but.
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"Stick over the crossbar so the face off to the right side of running Joe Hanson and Arvidsson looked like they had a playoff the Russia just made over past it there and it kind of got away from them that's why I went behind the net then they got the plate to the net Giordano turns and sends the puck the length of the ice arrows taking that away off his right pad and that will do it for that Tennessee lottery Powerball power play for the predators who still trailed by a goal they got one shot on net here's Bennett coming on try to get the money and run Bennett gets it back and sells made to stop again behind the net Nick Bonino for Nashville when enough passes to his right Yossi took it back to Bonino comes in across the line Brody on the right for but those over for lymphoma now back to live at home on a quick pass right wing side cutting across Johnny Gaudreau weaves his way down low all those behind the net now reverses feel going to the left side front for Monaghan and that stopped by Cheryl now I understand with a try from the right boards now no I Hannifin and the puck comes on over and passed a head for terrorist camps in terms lows in after the puck Riddick which is on the left board for Calgary and control scales at off the boards hi out the centre Forsberg giving the **** now on our right side off the skate of tourists directly at the Calgary blueliner Rasmus Andersson has it what's up right side at center turned over to ground the ground one comes on coming on lake terrace and now a shot that was stopped Forsberg got his own rebound he's in the right wing corner Forsberg Ron Hannifin Rhumbline goals in the trapezoid with Anderson juriste takes the pot scrambling around the Calgary goal some traffic all the way around Riddick in the park just slides back out to center the predators get themselves back onside Forsberg skates over to his left backend the forehand that shot took off high off the glass it goes worse Berg took out the man down inside he got Derek Ryan Mantovani comes back in the national zone for could shock the Chuck shot was blocked out of play five forty three John here in the third and now tempers again.
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"The Fitbit at home either right six oh six now dozens of firefighters in Plymouth they're pulling together they put the pieces back together at the town's nine eleven memorial hit by vandals in recent days those firefighters fix a broken statue of a police officer repair lamp an electrical box also adding to the memorial several American flags officials in Plymouth still looking for suspects and they're not sure if this incident is connected to last week's vandalism that hit a Plymouth rock as well Bruins finally back home after a long west coast swing they will host the Calgary flames tonight at the garden and in town practice for the flames though ends early for a former BC stand out and sets the social media world on fire just real Zacks though listen to this before the end of a practice at Boston University Calgary flames star Johnny Gaudreau told coach Jeff ward had to pee the coach said there's only two minutes of the practice of so just leave early get out of here a double but fans ignited Twitter they didn't know Goodrow went to the can they thought he was gay and traded next time I will hold it as long as they can also relatable chucks Iverson ABC news okay moving right along six oh eight we're gonna check in on Wall Street right now where stocks have been all over the map in overnight trading we're going to get an update right now from Bloomberg business and Tom Busby what's the latest on well J. yeah we know Jeff that the Dow fell more than a thousand points Monday and we are nowhere near making that lost back today Dow futures now up by seven that's on jitters about the financial impact of the viral outbreak even Hollywood feeling the impact filming of a new mission impossible movie starring Tom Cruise halted in Venice Italy because of an outbreak of the virus there Paramount Pictures says no one connected with the movie though has contracted the virus and Amazon opening up a much larger version of its cashier free Amazon go convenience stores that's like the ones in Dedham and Lynnfield this one and its own kind of Seattle will sell meat produce baked goods and more and who knows if it works there where it's going to be next I'm Tom Busby Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston news radio the curious case of Julian assigns continues overseas and updates on the way it's six oh nine once that new bank in Middleton it's on us where do you go back and we're looking forward to becoming part of your community and to helping make a difference in your life when it comes to the way you bank in fact with the science we are for a reason because it eagle bank we believe a community bank is just that a bank.