6 Burst results for "Kayla Barnes"
"kayla barnes" Discussed on The Chip Race
"Like as unclear who's not used to playing with more than one hundred big blinds while sort of justice to be making early on in a satellite abc given those circumstances so my advice was very very tight. Hurry on that will not only keep you out of trouble but when the sax deep but also set up the tight image to maximize equity when the show phase starts in terms of hindu player. Early on focus on hands that make not lauch like a sex object. Ten sued and stay away from small payers can get over savage and easily dominated. Also hands can make kosti second best times yet. Great advice. I think that's a really good general lesson. Obviously some people go the other way when they're really really deep they think oh. I've got chips to splash around with now. I think that's the biggest mistake people mad. They think they can get away with saying anything which might be true. If you're kayla. Barnes are you play incredibly. Well post flop but for the average tournament. Don who never has more than one hundred blinds that is literally a recipe for disaster. Yeah the the opportunity to make eighty big blind mistakes on the river is very clear and present danger there and it's a it's a lovely signal gate but that's that's great advice. We have come back. Oh we believe he's back and he will be able to continue his story up where he left off. Gopher it rob. I would've just try with a little bit of awesome. That bit to you. Say by ultra satellites. Yeah shouldn't you just be a little bit looser position and really taught nearly positioning. That's pretty good sand. I think that's good advice. If you're up campbell but archive roddey. Who might steak gonna post flop. Probably not so good. Kuma ghouls kuma ghouls all right so basically up coming out of the end. The gods criticize my shadow boxing technique and heath the larger man. He's pretty big outside. he's he's he's dot healthiest. And i said you. You don't have a minute in. Yeah i said and he goes. I'll give you a funny said. And he's probably gonna. It's probably hundred and seventy kilograms. So he's about one hundred kilograms lodge and he said i'll give you a flogging.
"kayla barnes" Discussed on Not Another D&D Podcast
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"kayla barnes" Discussed on Not Another D&D Podcast
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"kayla barnes" Discussed on ESPN On Ice with Wyshynski and Kaplan Show
"It's a really great entertaining. Actions Watch wjr so when the four Nations Cup was cancelled. Earlier this fall you actually had a joint training camp with Canada and Pittsburgh and I am dying to know how did that go. I don't know that we're joint with US but We had separate practices and ended up playing them for two games but it was really cool to be in Pittsburgh facilities. They're great host. It was treated like a pro for the week and they're just really great to to have those practices with each other then competition against Canada. That makes a Lotta sense because I was curious. What would you like sharing locker rooms and getting a drills else together? We were interested to and I know I. Can you explain to our listeners. Because I know you guys are so competitive live on the ice when you play each other. It's one of the fiercest rivalries in sports but my understanding is a lot of you have close relationships off the ice and you are pretty good friends. Is that fair to say. Yeah I would say it's like half of the team. Maybe knows like other people on the on Canada and friendly I actually don't really close anybody at this point but one of my brothers Blake. You married a Canadian that used to be on their national team so I used to you see battle against her and you guys have had a new coaching staff now. sincere Olympics. Tell me a little bit of bow out. them them and and what different styles for you guys in and how. You might look different than the last time. A lot of fans watched you in the Olympics. Yes also may have a really unique stuff right now. They're kind of all come from somewhat different background And some NHL Experience Nhl playing experience college experience or assistant coach coach. Joe Johnson. I work with him at Minnesota. We have a really great blend But your style. I think that's something right now that we're developing as a team. We WanNA play fast and and manage the puck out say and you're not playing in a professional league this year. I you're still living in New York right. Yeah Right. Can you walk our listeners. Through what your training like op centralized the team USA. How you get? I used who you train with. Is it a lot self sufficient. It is it can be a grind Sometimes I I think about it as I'm doing it so typical day for me Wake Up. I usually their PT. or I'll have workout in the morning and then I have to walk to get my car which is like twenty minutes away so I'll walk to my car in New York Life. Yeah I I sit in traffic. It's forty five to an hour or two different ranks New Jersey that I stayed out of one's like a mini rank. And the other is I'm mm-hmm Barnabus the devils practice Rena and most days and training on my own Ohio skills coach some of the day's and then other days. I'll sometimes play in like staff skates. And kinda wherever I can get my conditioning and and then drive whereas home off my twenty minutes home and I'm usually home around six PM so it's typical workday. I know this this is probably impossible but if you could estimate out of pocket how much money you've had to spend just to keep yourself as a high level professional level athlete. What do you think it is this year? Well I have no idea Thousand Dollars I I I would say somewhere between five to ten granted. I don't really have a great estimate on the which is about your salary salary that you got to the end whol correct. Yeah planes especially now that we're a couple months and now And you know the dust has settled a little bit of so many players sitting out for the League. How confident are you that next year there could be that viable professional league? That you guys are all fighting for at this point. I'm really not sure It's something that we're continually talking. `Bout in hoping that something can come together but really we want it. It's be done the right way right from the beginning. Don't just WANNA have a league thrown together and try and piece you sit together along the way we want it to really be a struggling from the beginning. How active have you been behind the scenes meeting with folks folks and Being part of the leadership group as active as I can Always available for talks. And I've I've been to some meetings and things that as a national team that's really important to us because one someday we're GONNA end up leaving the game and We WanNA leave in a better spot than we came into it not something. That's super important to us. And we know how the grind it is daily basis for us to keep up our game. That's just unfortunate that that's the situation. We're in right now now. It doesn't feel like super long ago and twenty seventeen When the team was fighting against USA hockey for new contract and more equitable conditions but a significant amount of time has passed? And I'm curious. Have you seen improvements in the way you guys are treated and marketed by US hockey. Yeah I definitely great things. Are there improvements. And there was a lot of acknowledgement that things needed to be better and it definitely has helped us. It's just off going through it. All still evident how much farther we have to go but it's really a great start start and Lines of communication between players and staff within. USA Hockey is so much better after working through all of that it met with a limo twins in one of the things explained to me was that maternity benefits were offered for the first time that deal which was really interesting to me? Is there any other things that you feel like you guys have now that maybe you didn't have before It's mostly just a matter of a salary salary being able to like train. How we want to Before it was very very very very difficult to train full time everybody pretty much had to have some kind of part time job. I'm side because he just couldn't even afford to live and living very scarcely and I know that you've been working with New York Rangers as an ambassador specifically with their junior junior hockey programs. Tell me a little bit about the stuff you're doing with them. Yeah that's been an awesome opportunity for me. And just what they are doing. As a program I think at the forefront we started a women's League for young girls it was actually from age. Eleven to fourteen. There's two ten week season for them so there was a bunch of try hockey for free events. Trying to get girls Dell's into the sport that once had access for and couldn't afford it at those events there's like equipment provided and just give girl a start and then having the league allows them to continue playing so it was really really cool like few weeks. I went to a lot of the girls first is game ever and they're eleven twelve thirteen fourteen years old and this is our first hockey game and you know I got a letter From one of the girls saying and she couldn't afford ever play hockey before and does just like a dream come true to her and it was really touching to be there and see how excited these girls where to to play in a hockey game even if they were just learning to skate. It's awesome for you. You know at this point in your career. Have you said that some personal goals either. Maybe I WANNA make one more Olympics or two more Olympics. I WANNA play till I'm extra age. Yeah I think thinks that the biggest schools right now would be to playing another Olympics. And then tell start a professional league that you know a mother hopefully someday and I'm looking at the roster for this USA rivalry series stories. And it's a lot of familiar names but there are some younger players so I feel like you've kind of jumped onto the scene lately like Kayla. Barnes may be Danny camera can never pronounce her name. Is there any a younger players that you think that fans should look out for an will totally be household names by the next Olympics Cycle. Yeah there's really young talent right. Now these are forties tryouts. There's forty six of us and then they'll be cutting down to twenty three with our players fool keeps getting deeper and deeper. And there's a lot of young talent coming out so you said Danny's Camoranesi's younger player that always stands out Kayla Barnes exist us that defenseman and Megan Keller that defenseman. This is the last thing for you. Amanda I don't know if you know this but your kvas actually appears on this podcast every week We have a segment we call it fell castle. It's hot dogs and the segment where we talk about the stupidest story of the week. And it's an old story about your brother and we cooperate your voice. It says he doesn't actually love hotdogs so I I can't either I. I think it was something on social media. I saw twitter. Maybe the penguins did it. Maybe was yeah number saying that but I don't know where you know what's funny is that I talked to his coach for chocolate and that was like one of the first things he wanted to mention to me. He's like he doesn't even like hotdogs. Noted did but I have to ask you know with your brother there's so many It seems like legends. People want to make about him. He doesn't really love talking to the media so people kinda create their own stories stories. What something people might not know about him off the ice though? That is true I think just said he's really down to Earth guys. He doesn't obviously likes the attention and and really want to be in the media but as friend he'll do new and brother he'll do anything for anyone that needs it. You think of an example of some time he went above and beyond for you. I just think of him as a softy Just a small little story I remember. I can't even remember where we were. It was me and my brothers and my cousins. And you're just like going across the street and run across the sidewalk and he like just put his arm out like in people. Were trying to run because it was like a green light or whatever it was always just seems to be like the character. I love it. Thank you so much a work in fans follow you on social media. And how can they want the rivalry series games. Follow me. atomatic hustled twenty eight and Graham and twitter and the Ravioli serious Playing obviously at the Excel Centre on Saturday Eh but all along with hockey on instagram and twitter. 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"kayla barnes" Discussed on WTVN
"Seven mass attacks last year that killed ninety one people they found that one third of the attackers have a history of serious domestic violence two thirds have mental health issues and nearly all of made threats to communications that worried others acting homeland security secretary Kevin mescaline and prevention of massive tax is truly a whole of community effort I everyone involved from law enforcement to mental health professionals to individuals in schools in our throughout our community is critical to addressing these threats of preventing them before they happen a three judge panel of the New Orleans based federal appeals court took arguments on the legality of the affordable Care Act and seemed inclined to find it unconstitutional whatever the ruling it will go to the Supreme Court but will the justices want to take this up again the earliest we expect them to at least get that petition start considering it would be this this coming fall out which would set a time line if they decided to hear the case in the Supreme Court sometime early twenty twenty that's smack dab in the middle of the presidential election so we could be headed to a scenario where health care is front and center ABC's Devin Dwyer in Washington a federal judge in New York City barred the justice department from trying to bring in new lawyers on the census citizenship question the judge ruled it's too late in the process for that Emmy winning actor rip torn died at his home in Connecticut is stage film and TV career included an Oscar nomination for nineteen eighty three cross creek he won an Emmy for his role as the devious producer RD on HBO's the Larry Sanders show gonna be very careful when your cues of friends of stealing money to closing for many years ago I was in New York with many British in that he accused me of taking fifty five from my mac is turned very ugly and I talk to you know you've told me this story before and you took the money that may be rip torn was eighty eight you're listening to ABC news Cleveland police are looking for suspects in connection with the deaths of two children and two adults the investigation began when a man was found shot to death in a vacant lot this morning cops who smelled smoke coming from a nearby home forced their way in where they discover the bodies of a woman and two kids again work early in this investigation we do have some persons of interest that we're trying to track down based on information that we received here on the scene nothing concrete but our investigators are around the city checking on a few folks and tracking those folks down police chief Calvin Williams has all the deaths are connected Butler County authorities say a murder suspect who died after a police chase killed himself Matthew Ferris allegedly killed Martin Richie last night in Hamilton then fled deputies say he shot himself in the head as they approached his car Lorain county authorities say a gun was found in a car belonging to a man who was shot and killed by cops last week police say they shot Isaiah Robinson outside Illyria gas station after he allegedly pointed the weapon out them I believe man is charged with animal cruelty for allegedly throwing fireworks at the dog police say Kayla Barnes Williams threw firecrackers at the animal from the third floor balcony arms Williams tells W. T. V. G. the dog was chasing the fireworks and appeared to be having fun the MLB all star game is tonight in Cleveland a parade earlier today kicked off the festivities fans began arriving.
"kayla barnes" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Are pounding right through Thursday. It's good. Good day. Really good day. Let's talk some college basketball. We're joined right now by the head basketball coach at the university of Nevada fourth season with Wolfpack led Nevada to the Sweet Sixteen last season. Ward four coach of the year awards last season, including not west coach of the year from the coaches and the media lead Nevada to back to back mountain west regular season titles, Nevada is number six in both polls. And they're back at it Saturday right here on CBS sports network. They're hosting Fresno state. Eric muscleman is my guest muskrat to have you back. How are you? I'm doing great. Jim. Thanks so much for having me on always good to have Eric you drop the one last night against San Diego State near place. Eric, you know, the old adage right either you win or you learn. So what are you hoping you guys learned from last night or will learn? Well, we we have two losses on the year. Jim in both of them came and really tough environments with great opposing crowds. And I think the one thing that we've learned this year's every time we play somebody were were there Super Bowl both from an attendant standpoint. And then from an elevator play chiefs elevate their game when they play against a ranked team with when the crowd storms a floor. We experienced in a little bit last year because we're in the top twenty five most of the year. But it's a lot different. When you're at the top ten as compared to in the top twenty five near the end of the of the ranking than we've had to deal with that all year, and we did elevate our game last night, we didn't play above and beyond. We actually played well below our bar, and that's why we lost. And we lost it New Mexico because of the same reason, you know, hopefully, our guys understand that you know, it's a team game. We need all five. Five guys to be a part of it offense ably. You know, what are two losses? We've got solo too much offense. And so you you hope that your team lurched from an effort standpoint, we, you know, we we defended we didn't rebound like we were supposed to think all those things we just gotta get on this plane today back to Reno and get back on the practice floor plans to try to prove Herrick Muslim and joining us you mentioned the Super Bowl, and you mentioned a bar. You recently tweeted a quote from chargers head coach, Anthony Lynn, you said, quote, you coach with a candy bar in one hand and a crowbar in the other because players are different some days, you need a crowbar some days you need needed candy bar. You have to be close enough to your guys to know, Wendy, use those tools, and quote, so amazing to actually so when you're coming off a loss like that Eric and you're getting ready for Fresno state. Do you go with candy bar or crowbar? You know, we well enough. We've known each other long time, it's not a candy bar there. Tell you that no doubt, no doubt. So what's a crowbar day like must. I think from a coaching standpoint, you gotta be smart. So we played last night. We did have some guys as always with our teams play play heavy bits. And you know, what do you do today? Do you do review the San Diego State game and use it as clean up or do you move right on to Fresno at and we've done a really good job as a team of about back in and not letting one loss manifest itself word into two or three in Fresno state's great a really, really talented. They have excellent shooters. So we're going to address very quickly some of the holes that we had last night. But then we've got to figure out how to how to play Fresno state and how to beat them and come up with a game plan because. The game Saturday or Thursday with a travel day today. So really the only day that we're going to have a true prep day is on Friday. That's the day before the game which historically any team, regardless of the sport the day before the game. You can only do so much from an energy standpoint. How long you're on the floor. So it's a short turnaround or data program chartered whole last night where the guys are waking up and going to class today. And then there is there routine. With a flight that's midday getting back early afternoon discombobulated, how you could do your preparation, and and that's one of the challenges of a big major as well. We're talking to Erik Muslim and Eric. We talked about the two losses instead of focusing all of our time on that. What about twenty four wins? I mean, you are coming into the season with an unprecedented amount of hype. And you backed it up you're twenty four and two year ranked in the top ten. So the flip side, what do you make of the way you guys have dealt with the hype over the course of the season, and this notion that as you point out you're going out and taking the floor with a giant bull's eye on your back every single night now. Handled it great with the exception of our two losses. And and. You know, I think it's it's it's hard with people don't understand is. You know, this is new territory for for our program really to to be top Chechini owner year up to this point. And have a bull's eye on you. If you look at the attendance figures when we play on a road there drastically different with the Wolfpack come to town. So it's also a growth thing. And I think you know, I think we're twenty four and two and have lost two games on the road. We haven't lost a whole game yet the two places that we lost. If you look historically over the last ten years Albuquerque for New Mexico, and and San Diego State or two of the better hope that using all college basketball. So we gotta just figure out a way to win. Our next game. We have two home games comfortable coming out. But then we head back out road for to follow it up with a rematch against San Diego State last game on senior night, Nevada. Head coach air Muslims. My guest. Eric earlier this season. You won your one hundred career game a Vata, and there's a lot of hype around that. And the fact that you would never want to college game as a head coach before he took that job. That said the truth is you would one nearly five hundred games five hundred games at every other level. So what do all those numbers in milestones mean to you? Nothing. I'm just trying to figure out how to with our next game. Because you know, what people don't understand is. You know with any coach you're only as good as as your talent on your team at every year is different brings his own challenges. And you know, as Chuck Daly used to say, you know, coming off a loss. It's how do you land the plane safely? How do you get your team towards the end of the March where they're they're right? Mentally, the right physically. It's so interesting Jim to think last year, we we got hammered in the conference tournament, and we were able to regroup and come within a basket of an elite eight, and that's what we have to do. I mean, it's it's all about perseverance through ups and downs and look at some of the great programs in college basketball. Tennessee got hammered the other night against Kentucky. Duke loses at home. Last night to UNC it. So it happens because you're dealing with student athletes. You're you're not dealing with an NBA team or guys are older. But sure guys have a lot of things going on whether it's schoolwork or personal things. And I think that's what makes college basketball, so cool. And so need is anybody can beat anybody on any given night. And and the challenge is keeping your players with the right bind said even after a law. He must. I mean, I posed the question how could something like what happened is I on happened. Like, I understand how it happens. But how could that happen? Have you ever had a player have a shoe explode on them on any level you've ever coach? Like that last night. I've never seen it. Then, you know. I mean who knows you know, how severe severe the injury is. But certainly we were in the locker room actually watching the coach's locker room game live what had happened. And it looked like it could have been a serious injury. Because of how the shoe went out. So, you know, certainly concern. And you know, you're like I've never seen anything like that any level Eric Muslims. My guests, Eric the thing is you're doing this. What you're doing? You're doing it a place where I mean, I'm sure guys have a greater familiar familiarity right now. But when they were first coming in some you guys didn't even actually know where the place was Kayla Barnes said that he thought it was in Las Vegas his twin? Brother, Cody agreed telling ESPN, quote, I was the typical east coast guy who thought the Reno was Vegas. I thought it was going to be sunny and hot all the time. And then we got here. And I was like y'all aren't in Vegas. I had no idea where I was going to end a quote, it's kind of funny now. But how do you go about handling that? Well, it was certainly a challenge our first three years recruited. It's interesting, you know, 'cause we we just got to transfers at the bid year one from Pitt Duquesne. They didn't even take a visit unhampered they when they decided that they wanted to transfer. They started watching our day. They liked our style of play and actually committed the first time they stepped on campus was what they were enrolling for second semester. You know, right now for whatever reasons Jim we've become kind of a national brand where people understand who we are. They understand our style of play. We have an identity with how we wanna play. But certainly, you know, the first couple years was a big time challenges, Cody and Caleb were right. What they actually asked me, you know, where's the desert, and they thought that they were Vegas either the people that that that come from outside the. Surrounding areas. They'll get off the plane and say, hey, how far drive is it to Vegas? They're astonished when you tell if it were actually two hours from Sacramento three and a half hours for the day. Oh, by the way, Vegas is six and a half hours the opposite direction. It's been a challenge. But again because of our crowd style of play excited way that our guys finish games. And and the flair that they've played the NCAA tournament. It's really really helped us nationally for recruiting standpoint. It's amazing Airbus joining us. I mean, I was going to say that you put the university of Nevada on the map. Maybe not maybe not Eric. But it feels that way. And I was gonna ask you how to explain that? But I think that you just did a really good job explaining that not talk to you about your coaching style. But the fact is I think you've got an ability to connect with players in ways did other coaches do not how do you do? It is something you learned. Or maybe that's something you inherited from your dad where does it come from? I think the big thing is like constantly learning..