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"kyle beach" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:24 min | 10 months ago

"kyle beach" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Happen again I'm going to answer the question I think the report speaks for itself The people that were involved are no longer here We're now looking back in 2010 We're looking forward And we're not going to talk about 2010 And I'm not either And we're not going to talk about what happened We're moving forward That is my answer Now what's your next question I can pick up to what we are doing today And I think no I don't know That's none of your business That's done your business What we're going to do today is our business I don't think it's any of your business Because I don't think it's in your business You don't work for the company If someone in the company asks that question we'll answer it And I think you should get out of the next subject We're not going to talk about Kyle beach We're not going to talk about anything that happened Now we're moving on What more do I have to say You want to keep asking the same question you hear the same answer That's rocky works the Blackhawks chairman Phil Thompson who covers the Blackhawks for the Chicago Tribune tried the same question again You guys talked about a change in culture and transparency and demonstrating the new culture and values that are going to protect players and protect the organization in the future and it seems like the second that we asked a question about that it's met with resistance So I'm going to ask it again Answer it No I answered it And I told you to get off the subject We're not going to bring up the report No I read it We're not asking about the report We're now talking about Puerto Rico was talking about and I told you we're moving on I don't like this line of questions Why don't you ask about something else Why don't you ask about the genes Why don't you do something else Why don't you ask something else and so Phil Thompson thought okay I'll ask you about the value of tickets for the fans Okay why do you bring up old business Some of the season ticket holders are taught to say that they're having trouble maintaining value on their resale because you know a lot of people Is that a fashion You're in our ticket part department Okay What am I saying is why come on Let's talk about all the negative stuff When I talk about your paper and what the sports dedicated did I do that No these are dedicated You can't even get our elite scores Rocket Can I finish my question You can't even get our late scores in the newspaper Ironically this whole story is not in today's print issue of the Chicago Tribune since then worth is said tonight at the Blackhawks town hall my response to questions crossed the line Dave you've been quoting this I want to apologize to the fans and those reporters and I greet my response overshadow the great work this organization is doing No kidding It also overshadowed what other pieces of news or at least updates would have come and that was the whole point of the town hall was as Danny wurtz had said last week when he announced they were going to do this it would be to present their vision for the organization going future And this is part of it How did he not anticipate this question How did he not have a better answer This is the first time that he and his son have sat before the press for a live Q&A since that report was written This is the first time people have had a chance to ask the question what will you do And it just seems to me like the answer is so easy We're going to empower the team members so that if they have any problems the lines of communication are open I mean that's boilerplate stuff I know you don't have an answer to that By the way we reached out to the Blackhawks and I'm not sure what they're doing today but they don't want to talk about it on the radio right now And now they have to talk about it They could have not had to talk about it if they just typed up that answer and read it Right And meant it And it's sincere And apparently from what Mark Lazarus said Danny words did say something to him after the event and Phil Thompson said that he got a message later relayed to him from Jamie faulkner who's the president business operations who's also part of the panel From a personal apology from rocky words And Thompson said and I believe that they'll honor their word and they'll follow up with me They need to follow up with more than Phil if the tribune although he was the object of some of the ire but that's just a real mystery and even Wayne Gretzky said today If you imagine you're an 18 year old and you want to go play hockey for a team you want to go to an organization that will protect you in every sense of the word and that shadow that the Blackhawks set this meeting to dispel now just grew darker because of two and a half minutes of unscripted ire by the chairman of the team It's absolutely mystifying And frustrating for all of us who have anything to do with that organization or our fans They wore my black hawks jacket last night for crying out loud Crisis communications expert 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"kyle beach" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"kyle beach" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Meantime senator Bernie Sanders was clearly frustrated Senate majority leader Chuck Schumer was hoping to pass the massive ten year $2 trillion measure before Christmas But Schumer has scheduled to the Senate to be in session the week of January 3rd a rare early January session in an election year Mike Gracia Washington South Korea says it's going to be a private social gatherings of 5 or more people across the country and Forrest restaurants to close their doors at 9 in the evening if the country grapples with the deadliest month of the pandemic so far Prime minister kimbo kum says the tough new measures of being forced for at least 16 days when they take effect starting Saturday saying there's an urgent need to bring the country to withstand still will the delta variant overwhelming hospitals and exhausted medical workers You remember that Jenner and block report concerning the Blackhawks Well CEO Danny words at the time said they wanted to settle their lawsuit with a John Doe Less than two months later we know who the John Doe is east Kyle beach and as they've been released by beaches attorney and the horses as the two sides have come to terms on a confidential settlement Beach alleged that he had been sexually assaulted by a team assistant coach WGN sports hawks over the caps at OT 5 four They are scheduled to host Nashville Friday 7 o'clock pre game 7 30 face off at John whiteman and Troy Murray right here on 7 20 WGN and WGN radio dot com Now let's check your forecast We've had record warmth in Chicago and it will stay on seasonably warm throughout one or two in the morning Very windy tonight there's a high wind warning in effect through the Chicago area from I 80 north and a wind advisory south through 9 tomorrow Windy with 50 to 60 mph gust tonight that could do some damage it will clear after a period of showers and maybe even isolated thunderstorm late tonight and just past midnight Low temperatures tonight down to 42 by morning then tomorrow very windy noticeably cooler but mostly sunny Winds will gust a 50 and even higher at times in the morning than let up very slowly during the day and more so tomorrow night with.

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"kyle beach" Discussed on Poke the Bear

Poke the Bear

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"kyle beach" Discussed on Poke the Bear

"Beach and the multiple different systems that failed him. So that's why he wanted to have guys watch it. But I think he was important also for bergeron and those guys to say in the room like we should watch it as a team because I kind of mentioned it before. As much as we talk about the culture and hockey needs to change and there needs to be significant progress being made, there's the illusion of change in which you hand a bunch of fat cat front office people that are pink slips or you fire coaches that were culpable before it. That's changed. Yeah, of course. Like no shit, that's what you should do when a thing of this magnitude happens. But for there to be actual change, I think it has to be coming from within the room within players on the ice to foster a supportive atmosphere to be there for one another. And so for the bruins to do that and you know, it's not just players speaking out, which I think is very important. You've seen that from multiple different teams. But to have that come from within the room to have it be a team wide thing, not like one guy speaks out and be like, guys, we need to get our shit together. If you see something say something like that's a no brainer to have it, you know, be a team wide initiative to all watch it and to talk about it and to have it be from guys like bergeron talking about to younger players like Jeremy swayman talking about how important it was, and the impact it had on him. That's I think a positive step in the right direction. And again, it's not like the bruins have gotten to the crux of what the issue is with hockey culture, right? It's just one step forward. But it's still a positive one when you look at taking it's not an individual approach. It's a team wide approach from the players that are going to be on the ice that are going to be the ones that I think are going to be the chief architects of kind of reworking and reshaping hockey culture to avoid a situation like this or never happening again. And Taylor hall spoke about this after a game last week saying, you know, hockey is too much of an old boys culture. And you see that. And you see a time and time again and you're seeing it now with bettman coming out in the press conference with Bill Daly and how big of just a dumpster fire that was of nothing of like, oh, look, we've done stuff. And it's like, well, you're not really doing much. I mean, the fact that you thought Joel grenville could coach that night for the GM up in Winnipeg, should keep his job. It just, it blows your mind. And I think it's great that players are seeing this Alan Walsh tweeted out. Allen watch loves to obviously kind of stir the pot. But he tweeted out earlier this week, you know, Batman should be gone. And obviously he's someone who's very direct and right to the point. But I think a lot of players probably feel something similar, where it's like, there's got to be change. And, you know, you mentioned the cassity comments about, you know, kids going off to juniors. All these kids, most of them left home, whether it be for college, all of them for juniors, or some form of league, leaving home. You could actually feel safe. That's the biggest thing. And I think to see the raw emotion of Kyle beach in that interview, says it all. I mean, if you're not moved or touched from that, I don't know what to tell you..

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"kyle beach" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"kyle beach" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Surveillance video shows him leaving Celeste in the 100 block of west Hubbard Saturday night and then trying to get back in Ali farting is his friend And Yankees just you know an amazing friend and amazing person He always brings toy to everybody's life His last contact via FaceTime was saying he was on his way home and that he was outside of a Walgreens The NHL commissioner is speaking publicly for the first time since the Chicago Blackhawks released an independent report finding they mishandled a 2010 accusation of sexual abuse by a former player against a then assistant coach Had the NHL known about Kyle beach's sex abuse allegations against then assistant coach Bradley Aldrich a year later it would have been handled differently since commissioner Gary bettman on his decision not to punish then Blackhawks executive Kevin shovel day off now with Winnipeg he says the man had no authority He left the meeting believing that this matter was going to be investigated by his bosses and the club for responsibility Despite Blackhawk's ownership not being aware chuck's Everson ABC News Three Chicago police officers were among four people entered in a crash on the west side last night the officers were in an unmarked SUV with its emergency lights activated traveling northbound in the 300 block of north Laramie avenue and police say a Chrysler ran a stop sign and collided with the SUV one officer suffered a broken leg to others were hospitalized with non life threatening injuries a 19 year old passenger in the Chrysler was also injured and taken to the hospital with non life threatening injuries the driver of the Chrysler was not injured citations against him are pending President Biden touting his build back better social spending agenda while the United Nations climate summit in Scotland Miss climate crisis is an enormous opportunity It's about jobs It's about building the industries of the future It's about making sure everyone shares the benefits of an equitable and sustainable green recovery Democratic lawmakers in Washington are still at odds over the build back bed or build a $1.75 trillion social spending package that funds child care expanded healthcare and efforts to combat climate change News.

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"kyle beach" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

Spittin' Chiclets

04:51 min | 1 year ago

"kyle beach" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

"So bills and oilers, you're on. I'm on the oilers so heavy and all these leafs fans coming at me for my comments. Shut up. Holy shit, by the way, talk about getting me to go after you even more. Do you know what you're supposed to do if somebody gives you a nickname that you don't like? You're not supposed to let them know that it bothers you. So now you've dumb fucking leafs morons. Jesus, Christ. Now I know I'm under your skin. I'm coming to get you. You think you can play with the oilers? 7 game series Edmonton Toronto. That's in 5 in Edmonton fucking unbelievable shit kicking. McDavid stomps all over you. It's just it's not even close. I'm an Euler guy. So you want some oiler always an Euler? I've got Euler's jerseys getting sent to me. It's not here yet. I'm gonna rock that next podcast. I mean, I think hymen would end up getting 8 goals in a 5 game series against the leafs. So you went from taking all that energy against the islanders to transferring it over to the well the islanders are probably going to win the cup, but the oilers are too I want to win the cup. Well, I just meant in the sense of like you used to speak that way and bash on the oilers fan base and now you're islanders excuse me, and now you've shifted that over to the leafs. I might have said oilers first off. I meant the islanders to the leafs now. Yeah. I talked to a couple of Euler's fans. A couple of people wrote me, actually, said, hey, oil, those fans don't hate you, man. Always fans don't hate you. And I started thinking like I really actually liked the town. I dog on it too much. I'll go, I'll go to different all those. I don't care. I'll go to the cactus club in the mall. I shot a machine gun in the west 7 tomorrow. How many cities can you say that about? Shooting fucking guns in the mall, I'll go back to Edmonton right now with my family. I'll settle in and my kid will be a stay at home defense that hopefully plays someday. Let me ask you a question. Would you wear square toes square toe dress shoes from Aldo for a year if the Edmonton authors win the Stanley Cup? No, because I've been saying they should win. I should get to where designers sick kicks that make me look awesome. I shouldn't have to wear these pigeons. Okay, how about three shoes? How about I wear a square toe dress shoes on TNT broadcast for a year if the oilers win it? Okay. And if the leafs and if the leafs wouldn't it, I have to every single day of my life when I leave my house where a pink tuxedo for one year. Why did you go so hard? I don't know, because I'm not confident that the leaves aren't winning the car. Oh, I don't know, man. I mean, do you want to start there already? Or we got to get to the we got to start with something that unfortunately tough news? Yeah, yeah, we hate Scott with this shit, but, you know, it's obviously the biggest story in hockey for the last week. Talk about a pathetic organization holy shit. The Chicago Blackhawks yeah, they were the big story this week, of course, the scandal that's been going on there about the unreported sexual assault. Well, the general block law firm, they report dropped on Tuesday and things just got uglier in the words of the law firm. Nothing was done by the by the Blackhawks after all this happened. Less than a half hour later, general manager Stan Bowman was out, as was senior director of hockey administration Al Mac Isaac. They resigned. The team was also fined $2 million. And then on Wednesday, John Doe from the lawsuit, well, that was player Kyle beach. He came forward as John Doe as the personal filed the lawsuit. He did a pretty gut wrenching interview with TSN's request Ted who's done a great job in the reporting on this stuff, by the way. It was really tough to watch, especially when he's asked about the victim who came after him. Just like I said, a gut wrenching thing and then shortly after that, Joel grenville coach Florida that night, a lot of people upset that he was allowed to coach that night he met with Gary bettman Thursday, ended up resigning later in the day. And then Tim shoveled day off, who was the assistant general manager. I basically the lowest man on the totem pole in the room when the meetings were held. He was not disciplined. And Gary bett had, I know people have their quibbles with them. I thought he had a pretty good quote. He said, while on some level, it would be easiest to paint everyone with any association to this terrible matter with a broad rush. I believe fundamental fairness requires more in depth analysis of the role of each person. I thought that was important because I think a lot of people kind of getting thrown out pronoun with a lot of things that people really don't know if you're read any of the report. There was a definite ration on quality about it where everybody should have their own version of their story. So, you know, for people to conclude that someone absolutely did didn't do something. I don't know, I don't know that necessarily the best way to take it. But either way, Joel grenville out Scott Bowman out a huge fucking story, biz, I don't know if you guys, which one of you wants to drive? I got to correct you. Sorry. Kevin shovel day off, not Tim, and it's Stan Bowman and not Scott. So your minus two, but do you want to go ahead?.

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"kyle beach" Discussed on ESPN Daily

ESPN Daily

07:38 min | 1 year ago

"kyle beach" Discussed on ESPN Daily

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Supercuts makes getting a haircut effortless. It's not just any haircut, it's super cuts. Check in now when the supercuts app or on supercuts dot com. So just to keep you accounting going here then, this is two alleged incidents of abuse before the 2013 case in Michigan involving the minor that resulted in that conviction that you described before of Brad Aldrich. All of which makes me wonder Emily, what happened to Kyle beach's hockey career? I mean, as this guy is allowed to go free and live his life, what happens to the person he had allegedly abused? Kyle never makes it in the NHL. He plays another couple years in the AHL, the NHL's top minor league team. It's not working for him in the Blackhawks organization. He gets traded to the rangers. He plays with their AHL team in Hartford. And then he goes off to Europe and that's where he's played pretty much since 2014. In places like Austria and Slovakia and Germany where he plays now, and it's really hard not to connect the trauma that he endured and the fact that there was no resolution. There was no closure. There was no one taking him seriously. And his career derailing. Does Kyle beach see this so clearly Emily? Like the abuse from Aldrich, the team's response or non response, as it happens that this all derailed his career, you know, in the interview with Rick west had he says, I'm just beginning the process because he suppressed this memory for so long and he buried it because he was trying to chase his dreams. I suppress this memory and buried this memory to chase my dreams and pursue the career that I loved and the game that I love of hockey. And now I think he's coming to terms with the fact that this prevented him from chasing those dreams and reaching those dreams and goals. And you know, he talked about it and he's looking back now and he realizes it definitely did have impact on his life. But no that I'm beginning to heal and I look back at it definitely had impacts on my life. I did stupid things I acted out. I snapped. I did things that I never could imagine doing. I relied on alcohol. I heard a light on drugs. And when you hear all of that, you can see, there's a clear cause and consequence between what happened with him with the Blackhawks organization and where his career ended up. Where did the union come into play here, you're describing things that theoretically, the NHL PA might have been able to help him with, but it doesn't sound like that happened either. Yeah, when we talk about next steps of the story, I think the players relationship with the NHL PA is going to be one to follow because the NHL PA was made aware of the allegations that pile beach made. And they referred him to their player substance abuse and behavior program, and then never followed up. And that does not sit well with a lot of players because the NHL PA inherently is there to protect them. I'm texting with one player. This weekend, and he said, for 9 years, the NHL pa new and did nothing to investigate or help Kyle and dealing with this trauma. So Don fear is the head of the NHL PA. He's been there for a while. He did come out with a statement and said, I acknowledge that I was part of the system that failed Kyle beach, but he doesn't take any personal accountability. And that does not sit well with players because accountability is something that's really big and hockey. And I think is really big at the heart of the story because no one took accountability for Kyle beach. And I can tell you Pablo, this is a topic they're not going to let go and it's something to fall over the next coming days, weeks, probably months. Emily, with a story like this that is so in retrospect, staggeringly mishandled, but I'm wondering what the NHL, what you expect them to do to make good on the fact that they're league in one of their teams failed failed someone so badly. So with NHL has done so far as they sent out a memo to teams last week and they called it fostering a safe and inclusive culture. And it basically just reaffirms things that they have told teams over the last several years. These weren't explicit instructions in 2010, but it's how the league has acted recently. And it basically says any league personnel and players are required to immediately report to Gary bettman or Bill Daley, who's the deputy commissioner, all conduct that's clearly inappropriate unlawful or demonstrably abusive. And basically what the league is saying is if something happens, don't go to your teams, come to us. We'll handle it. Now, I do know there are some people who look at that and say, well, if there's unlawful conduct, why are we going to the NHL? Go to law enforcement authorities. That's who you should be going to. And I think these are questions that are going to percolate over the next couple of weeks of what are the best practices here because Billie does have a hotline where people can call anonymously with issues if they don't feel comfortable reporting it to Gary bet Bill daily. But even still, that just doesn't feel like enough. Emily, as you report this story that is still unfolding here. Obviously, this is a sport that you love. It's the sport that you've been covering for so long, what are you learning that you didn't know before? You know, hockey, one of the reasons that we love the sport is that it's so team oriented. Again, guys, I'll use to print out eye. They say we are you. If you think of a star player besides a goalie, he's only playing a third of a game. You're so dependent on that team environment. And I think it's such a beautiful thing, but I think what we've learned in this Kyle beach case is that it can also be a harmful thing if you take it too seriously and you take it to too many extremes and you value that team over everything, including human lives and human trauma. And I think those are the conversations that are going to start happening that unfold out of this. And I think that Kyle beach coming forward not just with the lawsuit but coming forward with his name was such an empowering moment for the next generation because guys are realizing that, you know what? It is okay to speak up and be above the team if something really wrong did happen to you. Emily Kaplan, thanks for joining us and thanks for staying on this story. Thanks Pablo for covering it. I'm Pablo Torre. This has been ESPN daily. I'll talk to you tomorrow..

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"kyle beach" Discussed on ESPN Daily

ESPN Daily

08:27 min | 1 year ago

"kyle beach" Discussed on ESPN Daily

"A moment is that for him for anybody, really? Oh, it's huge. I mean, that season, he was in junior hockey. Again, 52 goals and 68 games. He was a very good player, but only plays four games in the AHL. And then it's very hard to make the jump right from junior hockey to the NHL, but him being called up showed what the organization thought of him that they wanted him to be around this big team of Brown the championship culture to get that taste and it pretended that the next year he would have a really good shot of making the roster. So he gets called up Emily. He travels with the team during the Western Conference Finals. And during that time, the full report from the law firm details several interactions that Kyle beach had with Brad Aldrich, the video coach. And many of them are described as Aldridge inviting beach to watch game tape to ostensibly improve his play as performance on the ice in private spaces like a hotel room. And these interactions, they then lead to the abusive incident in question and May 2010. Yeah, so according to the lawsuit, Aldrich invited Kyle to his apartment under the premise that Aldridge would go over some game clips with him. But when Kyle arrived the evening did not go as he expected it to. Both men are interviewed for the report. They both agree there was a sexual encounter that happens. Aldrich says it was completely consensual. While Kyle says it wasn't consensual at all. Each also says that he was physically threatened. He was blocked by the only exit and Aldrich was telling him, you'll never play in the NHL if you don't engage in the sex acts with me and also if you tell anybody. And so beach don't threaten. The idea that Brett Aldrich had power had this status on the team and influence over Kyle beach's career, can you explain how that worked back in 2010 like why did Brad Aldrich have this level of power over him? He's on the coaching staff, and I know a video coach isn't the head coach, or an assistant coach, but it's someone that's around the team all the time and someone that's talking to that head coach and the general manager all of the time. He's about 7 years older than Kyle beach. She was 27 when this happened, Kyle was 20. Brad actually comes from a hockey family. His dad is a long time employee of the sharks organization, been around hockey, his entire life. You know, I've had some conversations with people in hockey this week and a lot of them have pointed out, okay, well, Kyle beach was 20 years old, a big, strong, power forward. How could he have been sexually assaulted by a video coach? Who's a lot smaller in stature. And honestly, those conversations frustrate the heck out of me because it shows that there's just this basic comprehension that a lot of people don't get about power dynamics and about what consent is. It's not always physical force at play. There's other factors such as intimidation, Brad alders threatening his career or coercion, and that seems to be what Kyle felt at this time. And you know, there was rumors around the Blackhawks organization that Aldrich threatened careers in the past. Right in the full report points out that a half dozen witnesses say they had also heard about Aldrich threatening players careers along those lines. And so this traumatic encounter Emily, it happens and who does Kyle beach tell at that point? Who does he go to? So he called a confidante and confidante is interviewed by the Jenner and block investigators. And in that report, he says that when Kyle called him, he was crying. He could barely speak. The confidant was even wondering whether Kyle had gotten into a car accident because he couldn't even catch his breath. But he told him what happened, which is important. And then a couple days after that, Kyle gets the courage to tell Paul Vincent, who is on the Black Hawk staff, what happened? And Paul Vincent reports it up the food chain. And what is the report say about how Brad Aldrich acted in the days and weeks after this? According to the report, Brad Aldrich texted Kyle beach repeatedly. He showed up to the practices that Kyle was at specifically when the main team came off and the black ice is like Kyle, we're still on the ice. And he had to interact with him and face him every single day after this happened. So if Brad Aldrich, his alleged abuser is there in person around him. What does Kyle said about how this affected him as he was going through this? He said he felt extremely alone, and that TSN interview, he talked about feeling fearful, those couple days. It just had his career threatened. So I was scared mostly. I was fearful I had had my career threatened felt alone and dark sorry. It's tough to recall these moments. I think I felt like I was alone and there was nothing I could do and nobody I could turn to for help. So again, Kyle beach had told Paul Vince at a member of the coaching staff. What action was taken by the Blackhawks after Paul Vincent received that knowledge? Right, so Paul Vincent tells his superiors and then before Western Conference final game against the San Jose sharks, there's this meeting of the brain trust in a hotel room. And it involves pretty much all of the senior leadership. Stan Bowman, John McDonough, who is the team president at the time, Jay blanc, who was right under McDonough, Joel grenville, also Kevin shovel day off, who was an assistant GM. He's now the GM of the Winnipeg jets. And basically, they all come together and according to the report, all of these men have given wildly different accounts of what happened in that meeting. But the one thing we know is that nothing came out of that meeting immediately. Brett Aldrich stayed on the staff. He was with the team, not only through the Stanley Cup final, but was given a day with the Stanley Cup was given a Stanley Cup ring, was given his playoff bonuses. Yeah, I mean, the idea that this was all happening while they were on their way to winning the Stanley Cup Emily, how did that influence the decisions that were apparently not being made here? Seem to have influenced it a lot. There's a quote from Stan Bowman in the report, or basically, and I'm paraphrasing here in Joel glenville, the coach says we can't have this distract us. We are too close to the Stanley Cup. We can't address this now. And I think that tells you all you need to know about hockey culture where people will do anything and sacrifice anything to win the Stanley Cup. So all these team leaders knew Emily, did the players know? This is kind of a topic of controversy right now because there's some players on the team, like Nick boyon and Brent sobel who have come on the record and said, everybody knew. Kyle and his interview with TSN said, word spread around the locker room pretty quickly. You've said that some of your teammates after the fact started using homophobic slurs. How soon after the salt was that happening? Word spread pretty quick. I do believe that everybody in that locker room knew about it because of the comments were made in the locker room. They were made on the ice. They were made around the arena with all different people of all different backgrounds, players, staff, media in the presence. But there's other players who said they didn't know, or they didn't know all of the details. Patrick Kane still on the team said he didn't know John Doe was Kyle beach until that day he did the TSN interview. Yeah, I didn't know anything at the time. And, you know, even today, you know, Kyle came out as John Doe. That's the first time I knew that it was that I was him. So as far as the bullying and different comments, I don't remember any of that either. Or Jonathan tays. He was the captain in 2010 and still as the captain now said he didn't hear about the incident until the following training camp. And even then he still didn't hear all of it or the gory details as he put it. But according to the report, when Kyle did show up for that next training camp, there were some teammates who teased him and bullied him and said homophobic slurs on the ice towards him because of this allegation. And that's just really hard to hear. So.

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"kyle beach" Discussed on ESPN Daily

ESPN Daily

08:20 min | 1 year ago

"kyle beach" Discussed on ESPN Daily

"So Kyle beach is this top prospect in the Blackhawks organization Emily. In 2010. And he's reporting to the team allegations that video coach Brett Aldrich had sexually assaulted him. And it sounds like at the time, this is more than a decade ago now, nothing happened behind the scenes. In response to those accusations, but last week, we got this 100 plus page report, which the entire world got to see. Yeah, so we'll get into the events of 2010, but the long story short is nothing was done at the time. And then in May 2021, someone named John Doe, who we later find out to be Kyle beach files a lawsuit against the Blackhawks. And the only identifies as a former player, and he alleges that he was sexually assaulted by this video coach Brad Aldridge during the 2010 Stanley Cup run and nothing was done about it by senior leaders and his life was changed forever because of it. Yeah, so the report, who is a commission by, what did it cover exactly? So this lawsuit is filed in May 2021. And then the NHL comes to the Blackhawks and is like, look, this is serious. Do you want us to investigate it or do you guys want to investigate it? And I always have to make this note when I talk about these type of stories. It's important to note the NHL does not have a specific domestic violence policy that is different than any other professional major men's league in North America. So all of these things are always handled on a case by case basis. Basically the Blackhawks tell the NHL, we'll do a report, not in a cell says, okay, well, what are you going to do? How legit is it going to be? The Blackhawks are very legit. We're going to use this law firm named Jenner and block. We'll have this guy read Charlie. He's a former assistant U.S. attorney. He's the same guy that was a lead investigator and prosecutor for a former Illinois governor rod Blagojevich, and the NHL says, okay, that sounds legit. So the Blackhawks commissioned this report by Jenner and block, they interview a 139 people. And we just wait until we get the findings of this report. So the report is commissioned by the Blackhawks. What did they say they would do when the investigation was completed? So they promised full transparency when the report came out. And I know there was a lot of people skeptical saying, okay, when they put out this report, part of it's going to be redacted or they're not going to show all of it. But I was told last weekend, the Blackhawks got a call about Sunday and said, hey, the report is ready. On Monday, everyone reads the report and digests and figure out what's going on. And then by Tuesday, they announced that they're going to have a press conference and release the findings. So they knew it was coming. I do know that that call over the weekend was like, oh, wow, it's here. And let's go. Yeah, so midweek last week is when Kyle beach was named in public as John Doe, what prompted him to want to reveal his identity. Well, you know, the report, like I said, was released fully. And he wasn't named in the report, but there were some identifying details that some people believe did docks him such as what his weight was what his size was. The age at the time, some Internet loose could do their own math. But the other reason that he wanted to come forward because he felt vindicated. And he even said that in his interview with TSN, it was a sense of relief that it was no longer his word against everybody else's. I don't think I where we could have ever imagined what is going to come out of yesterday's press conference. And following it, just a great feeling of relief, vindication, and it was no longer my word against everybody else's. He felt like there was all these lies told in the media a lot of misinformation. Because a lot of things were made public, a lot of people were interviewed. And I really felt like there was a lot of lies told in the media and it was very special and important to me to have that truth come out yesterday. And for the truth to finally get out there for these investigators to corroborate what he's been saying with the Blackhawk senior management didn't take seriously. The thing that derailed his entire career was so cathartic and he felt that empowered him to come forward and share who exactly he was. Yeah, that interview Emily, with TSN, the Sports Network in Canada are siblings up north. That was October 27th. It was an interview that I don't know if I have a comparison point for in terms of a male player being this Frank about his alleged abuse. How would you describe what Kyle beach said? Brave is the first word I use. It was so courageous. He was unflinching, and he was direct. You know, he talked about the emotion he had felt when the report was released. And again, that sense of vindication. He cried, he smiled. He cried some more. Yesterday was a day of many emotions, I cried, I smiled. I laughed. I cried some more. Sorry. It's tough to recall these moments. But he also went into more details about what happened to him and the way he was made felt by these men in power who just dismissed him. And anyone who watched that interview haven't watched it, I so recommend, you walk away just saying this guy was failed so hard by hockey culture by people who were supposed to be leaders, but people who said that they were going to employ and take care of them. And it's just really devastating. So Kyle beach says, clearly, as you alluded to that his experience in this sport, the thing that he loved to do, his whole life, it was changed forever by what happened with Bret Aldrich. She at the time was an assistant coach with the Blackhawks. I'm curious how his interview was received not just by the public Emily, but by the sport by his colleagues in professional hockey in the NHL. I've talked to a lot of players in this past week Pablo and they're blown away. By Kyle's bravery by what he went through. And I think there's not necessarily a sense of reckoning, but maybe a sense of looking inwards saying, how could we be complicit in this also? And so I believe this to be a landmark interview because this is something that could change hockey culture forever because now we have a face to the name of these allegations. Now we have the real visual of the human collateral of these type of mistakes and seeing Kyle so bravely speak up, I think made a lot of players say, you know what, if I do see something going wrong, I can speak up. And it's okay. And that's actually the right thing to do. And as for the people in management, Emily, people have had to step down from high level high powered jobs around hockey because of this report now. What's happened with the people who were in Blackhawk's leadership back in 2010? Yeah, so the report comes out and the Blackhawks, ownership, which is rocky words and the son, Danny works with the team CEO. Basically realize no leaders from 2010 can still be within our organization. That's not okay. And the two men left are Stan Bowman, who is the GM and president of hockey ops. He's forced to resign an Isaac, the senior director of hockey operations also forced to resign. These are two guys, especially Stan who are viewed as the architects of three Stanley cups in Chicago. Right. And that was probably going to go to the Hall of Fame. He's the son of Scotty Bowman, the winningest coach of all time. So it's pretty stunning just to see him leave like this. Joel kuen bell, who is the coach in Chicago at the time, it was the coach of the Florida Panthers. They're undefeated. The best team in the league, I was told that Joel kuen bell believed that he was going to be okay. He gets called into a meeting with Gary bettman, his boss from the Florida Panthers, and basically the Panthers and the league, pressured him and said, it's not appropriate for you to be coaching right now. He resigns as well. The league finds the Blackhawks $2 million for what they call inadequate procedures and mishandling. And then rocky worked, the owner of the Blackhawks writes a letter to the Hall of Fame and asks for Brad Aldrich's name to be removed from the Stanley Cup..

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"kyle beach" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"kyle beach" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"And on your no hitter as a ladder top of the Astros But should they just stop the chop And an appalling story of an lit sexual assault by a former Blackhawks coach Turned out to end beers Tom Goldman Tom thanks so much for being with us Thanks for having me Scott The Atlanta arm barn was untouchable Last night beginning with the starter Ian Anderson who went 5 innings without giving up a hit what did you notice Him Yeah Ian Anderson 23 year old rookie No hit the best hitting team in baseball as you said through 5 innings We checked the record book Scott's and the record book says or say he went the second longest in history on a no hit bid for a Ricky pitcher in a World Series The only guy went longer was in 1912 which I think you covered for NPO Yeah I did Yeah Steam driven radios in those days but yes And after Anderson left the game braves relief pitchers kept the no hitter going until the 8th inning in the end Atlanta pitchers held Houston Houston to two hits and no runs and took a two games to one serious lead Many Atlanta fans and even players continued to do the chop and chant During the game even as many Native American groups are not just Native American groups say they find a defensive I wondered last night what if a great start like Atlanta is Freddy Freeman who caught that first pitch from and then hugged Henri Aaron's family last night just turned around and said to fans come on please don't Good suggestion It would mean a lot You know Freeman is the face of this franchise Scott You know And it remains curious Why after 30 years Atlanta continues to do this Chanting doing the chop hearing the drum beat piped over the PA system You know especially now in 2021 when pro teams like the Washington football team in the NFL Cleveland and Major League Baseball all the way down to high school teams nationwide all finally are understanding or at least being shamed into understanding that having Native Americans as mascots is not right But at least for the time being it continues as we heard last night and saw in the background There were no DirecTV shots of the chopping as in the past Fox certainly was aware of all the renewed criticism this week Former Blackhawks player Kyle beach came forward as the John Doe and the team's sexual assault case He says he was assaulted by Brad Aldrich the team's former video coordinator This is a sad and outrageous story And all too familiar The televised interview this week of Kyle beach was searing but as he said vindicating He went public after an independent investigation and then a report came out this week Basically confirm what he told team officials back in 2010 as you said a video coach Brad Aldridge of the Blackhawks committed the alleged assault top team leaders pushed it aside for fear It would be a PR nuisance as the Blackhawks began playing the Stanley Cup finals after Chicago won the cup Aldrich was given the choice to resign He did And he went on to work with other teams and then in 2013 pleaded guilty to criminal sexual conduct with a minor and he did time So this week the report came out three powerful men lost their jobs including a highly respected head coach in Florida Joel Quinn He was coach of Chicago back in 2010 The NHL Players Association was implicated a union doctor knew about the allegation but didn't act All of this avoidable Scott including Kyle beach's anguish built up over 11 years of silence if people had done the right thing in the first case Yeah.

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"kyle beach" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"kyle beach" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Shut out a near no hitter as Atlanta tops the Astros but should they stop the shop Also an appalling story of an alleged sexual assault by a former black hawks coach from the national women's soccer league Players get some accountability And Paris Tom Goldman George is Tom thanks so much for being with us Thanks for having me Scott The Atlanta arm barn was untouchable Last night beginning with the starter Ian Anderson who went 5 innings without giving up a hit what did you notice Him Yeah Ian Anderson 23 year old rookie No hit the best hitting team in baseball as you said through 5 innings We checked the record book Scott's and the record book says or say he went the second longest in history on a no hit bid for a Ricky pitcher in a World Series The only guy went longer was in 1912 which I think you covered for NPO Yeah I did Yeah Steam driven radios in those days but yes And after Anderson left the game braves relief pitchers kept the no hitter going until the 8th inning in the end Atlanta pitchers held Houston Houston to two hits and no runs and took a two games to one serious lead Many Atlanta fans and even players continued to do the chop and chant During the gaming even as many Native American groups are not just Native American groups say they find a defensive I wondered last night what if a great start like Atlanta is Freddy Freeman who caught that first pitch from and then hugged Henri Aaron's family last night just turned around and said to fans come on please don't Good suggestion It would mean a lot You know Freeman is the face of this franchise Scott You know And it remains curious Why after 30 years Atlanta continues to do this Chanting doing the chop hearing the drum beat piped over the PA system You know especially now in 2021 when pro teams like the Washington football team in the NFL Cleveland and Major League Baseball all the way down to high school teams nationwide all finally are understanding or at least being shamed into understanding that having Native Americans as mascots is not right But at least for the time being it continues as we heard last night and saw in the background There were no DirecTV shots of the chopping as in the past Fox certainly was aware of all the renewed criticism this week Former Blackhawks player Kyle beach came forward as the John Doe and the team sexual assault case He says he was assaulted by Brad Aldrich the team's former video coordinator This is a sad and outrageous story And all too familiar The televised interview this week of Kyle beach was searing but as he said vindicating He went public after an independent investigation and then a report came out this week Basically confirmed what he told team officials back in 2010 as you said a video coach Brad Aldridge of the Blackhawks committed the alleged assault top team leaders pushed it aside for fear It would be a PR nuisance as the Blackhawks began playing the Stanley Cup finals after Chicago won the cup Aldridge was given the choice to resign He did And he went on to work with other teams and then in 2013 pleaded guilty to criminal sexual conduct with a minor and he did time So this week the report came out three powerful men lost their jobs including a highly respected head coach in Florida Joel Quinn He was coach of Chicago back in 2010 The NHL Players Association was implicated a union doctor knew about the allegation but didn't act All of this avoidable Scott including Kyle beach's anguish built up over.

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Panthers reach 8-0, winning first game without Quenneville

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Panthers reach 8-0, winning first game without Quenneville

"The Panthers are an NHL best AT and after Alexander Barkov second goal of the night gave them a three two overtime win against the red wings eight two Lewis star in and had a goal and Sergei Bobrovsky made twenty eight saves helping the Panthers move within two of the NHL record for consecutive victories to start the season Andrew Burnett ran the Panthers today after Joel Quenneville resigned as head coach Quenneville was among those implicated for not responding swiftly to allegations by former Chicago player Kyle beach of being sexually assaulted by an assistant coach in twenty ten I'm Dave Ferrie

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"kyle beach" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"kyle beach" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"To the hockey Hall of Fame chairman requesting that Brad Aldridge's name be removed from the Stanley Cup It says in part quote ultras involvement with the team during the 2010 season has cast a poll on the player's extraordinary work that year Aldrich is accused of sexually assaulting Kyle beach He remains saying he says that it is consensual and investigation has also led to top officials at the Blackhawks resigning as former coach joked stepped down today as coach of the Florida Panthers Chicago public schools reported 2.5% enrollment decline the pandemic has hurt learning as well with increases in absenteeism and drops in students attaining proficiency in key subjects GOP Illinois congressman Adam kinzinger won't run for reelection for his House seat He made the announcement on Twitter but he says he's not leaving the political arena There's little to no desire to bridge our differences and unity is no longer a word we use This also become increasingly obvious to me that in order to break the narrative I can not focus on both a reelection to Congress and a broader fight nationwide The reshaping of congressional districts is likely a factor Illinois Democrats are using their dominance to advance congressional district maps intended to eliminate Republican held districts they're looking for more seats in Washington And one day after his economic agenda stalled within his own party President Biden met with the Pope in the middle of a church controversy back home U.S. Catholic bishops in the U.S. are just a couple of weeks away from considering a resolution to deny communion to politicians like President Biden who support abortion rights Will Pope Francis is opposed to that idea De Ellis news time is 1232 Let's look at traffic.

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"kyle beach" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"kyle beach" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Wls a.m. 8 90 with another update in 30 minutes 53 O'Hare 54 midway 56° at the lakefront Wls weather is sponsored in part by cars for kids Chicago aldermen are holding a special meeting over the city's vaccine mandate more than two dozen wanna drop citing public safety including older woman silvana tabares Our first responders have been working out there They've been showing up to work and as elected officials as alderman we need to show up for them FOP president John cotton Zara posted a video thanking the alderman for their efforts as more than two dozen officers remain on no pay status for refusing to reveal their vaccination status It's somewhat of a settled point but that doesn't stop the aldermen from still doing what they're doing and taking that control away from a tyrant of a mayor While mayor life is presiding over the special session that's going on right now And she said she's going to do anything she can to stop a vote Just days after being implicated in a scathing report for not doing more to respond to sexual assault allegations in the Chicago Blackhawks organization in 2010 the NHL's Jo kuen ville chose to step down from his role as head coach of the Florida Panthers here's Nick Gale The Panthers organization saying in a statement the decision to part ways was made quote in addition to new information that has recently become available Meanwhile former Blackhawks first round draft pick Kyle beach continues to tell his story telling ABC News that he felt further victimized by the ones he says should have taken action when he told him of the assault And I needed support The people that I was supposed to be able to trust and the people that I was supposed to be able to rely on completely left me abandoned The NHL says its investigation continues into.

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Florida Panthers coach Joel Quenneville resigns amid Blackhawks scandal

AP News Radio

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Florida Panthers coach Joel Quenneville resigns amid Blackhawks scandal

"Joel Quenneville has resigned as head coach of the Panthers the decision followed a Thursday meeting with NHL commissioner Gary Bettman and came two days after he was among those implicated for not swiftly responding to allegations by a Blackhawks player in twenty ten of being sexually assaulted by another coach an investigation released Tuesday said Quenneville and others in the Blackhawks organization did not prioritize addressing Kyle beaches allegations Quenneville was head coach of the black hawks at the time I'm the ferry

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"kyle beach" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports

The Steve Warne Project - Sports

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"kyle beach" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports

"Tsn dot ca. Today i was looking up and down like you were saying off the top stories of wrongdoing misbehavior and crime. Like the whole main page. You'd like blackhawks scandal to shawn watson watson lawsuits washington football team workplace misconduct. Jon gruden is in there. Those evander kane is that creepy coach the u. twenty canadian women's soccer team. It was it was like reading like browsing through episode titles for law and order or something like that right right equis anyway. That's that's where we are in heavy show today but hey people are talking about it and it's important about stevie an unbelievable sports story There's i think the pg is in bermuda this week yes and There's a great story about a guy who's on a sponsor exemption. I think he's the head pro at that at that club. Now we're doing something with that and this guys up but Got in front of me. Yeah give give us give us that story. 'cause it's just it's just a like unbelievable unbelievable. Wow while when. I read it great story. So the pj's at the skull the butterfield bermuda championship and i guess the field for the event isn't particularly strong and players about a tough time. Even getting there. Bryan morris though is the head pro at the ocean view golf course in devonshire bermuda. And he's going to be playing his first. Pga tour this week. You got in on a sponsor's exemption. He's fifty three years of age and he's battling stage for cancer or the prognosis far more daunting than any gulf shot. Right so he is A terrific inspiration. I'm sure to Every pg player out there and Sure that it's going to be a very memorable weekend for this guy. And his name again. Brian morris. It's going to be a pretty special weekend. Yeah read the comments. it's it's unreal like look it up. i don't mean yeah. I got it but some yeah like talk about.

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"kyle beach" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports

The Steve Warne Project - Sports

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"kyle beach" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports

"Own fault like good. Lord are we gonna we this thing just says like pulling a string. Off of his keeps unraveling and unraveling. And i mean so jim gary is also quoted so he basically said he sometimes used what he regarded as juvenile sexual humor. He was the hawks mental skills coach at the time and he told investigators that i used juvenile sexual humor to engage with the young male players in order to encourage them to receive mental skills. Coaching and counseling from him. Jesus that's probably the dumbest reason to do something like that i've ever heard. I don't know anybody who would make that leap. Oh he's a good guy. Sending me the naked pictures of of women and homophobic jokes. And i had to go see him for mantle counseling. What with change stevie comes consequences right that when this does have to change when you hear this today in twenty twenty one. Nothing about it is is. Is you know nothing about it. Nothing about it is not serious. You know to me you know half he goes if you want to stop this behavior if you want if you want to get rid of this and people to look up and straighten up and begin to understand the gravity of this stuff then then my answer today is yup. You gotta get rid of you. Got to get rid of these people these situations where you come down harshly on it. It's not just a matter of you know punishment against the person and it certainly is but it also sets the standard moving forward. And it'll give the next yahoo the next criminal behavior pause for thought before they ever enter into the idea or the thought process of doing anything similar to this. If something doesn't happen if you're trying to move forward and you're trying to to get to a place where it's okay to not be okay. As one of the expressions they leave to do. Be able to come forward because of what happened to you. And how do we make that easier for people to do that. Good point how do we make you know more where we do need to talk about it. We do need to do this if you don't fire these guys steve. If you don't it makes it you're setting the whole thing back fifty years if they don't do something steve that makes it very difficult for future victims to go. Well here's what happened in a high profile case right that that was investigated that someone did start the ball rolling on it and dude got a promotion before it happened. They didn't the stanley cup was more important and the consequences were a couple of guys resigned.

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"kyle beach" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports

The Steve Warne Project - Sports

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"kyle beach" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports

"That would be somewhat compelling but i really don't how you don't i'm here to tell you don't need one right. I'm here to tell you that you don't need one and i'm here to tell myself today. You don't need one when you look at these these other stories. My dad used to say. And i've told you this before you know if you want to minimize your problems in this case you've you you think you'd like to go back and fix things you know. Then then let's take a walk through a burn word at children's hospital and tell me your problems. Don't tell me your problems right and You know that's that's that's where i'm kind of at this week on. I don't know why Well i mean. I think a lot of people's problems feel minimize today compared to cow beaches situation so just to kind of reset. Would you alluded to there. is all but the chicago blackhawks scandal and on tsn yesterday beach officially identified himself as john doe. The chicago player who accused the teams video coach of sexual assault during the club's stanley cup. Playoff run back in twenty. Ten aldridge apparently threatened beach both of the mini baseball bat. And the ruining of his career if he didn't do as he was told so aldridge reported it skills. Coach paul vincent. He took it to the hawks brain trust and they did nothing. Nothing to help. Beach and nothing to punish aldridge. In fact when the hawks won the cup aldridge hosted or he. Hi sorry he hoisted it. He hosted the cup got his day with the cup and got his name on the cup and seeing all of that after this alleged attack made beach feel like he was less than nothing so now the issue today is among the chicago brain. Trust there are two men who investigators say were in on the meeting about the allegations of assault and they still work in the nhl. Stan bowman of course as already resigned over this and the other guys that were in the meeting or no longer in the league. You got joel quenneville. Though florida panthers head coach and kevin chevrolet off winnipeg jets general manager and the question. I think everybody has today. As should they be fired for not doing enough in this situation..

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"kyle beach" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports

The Steve Warne Project - Sports

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"kyle beach" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports

"These these adventure these different things. These things that are far removed from our day to day lives. And i guess that's why we do it. Sort of the escapism into something exciting. Yeah i wanna ask you something this week this week. There's been two or three stories of of terrible terrible outcome and content. You know the alec baldwin thing right is just this horrendous thing that happened this chicago blackhawks. You know story that is unfolding as we speak again is just a horrible horrible thing and it made me. It's funny because i've often. I've often said to myself. You know if. I had a do over in my life. If i had a do over or a couple of do overs fuck. I can't believe i cry so much. So if i had a couple of do-overs there are some right. There are some when they look back. And i wish you would have had on my addiction earlier you know the you know the unfairness with my kids and all that stuff. I've talked of that. But when i see these stories that happened this week and we often see these things right that that are in the news that the people are thirsty to hear that they're they're just terrible things. It minimizes steve. My desire for a do over in my own life. You know when you think of. Do you think alec baldwin would like a do over do you think. Do you think a bunch of these guys. Now you brought up chevrolet off and joel quenneville with you know who've been more than an ad on with this chicago blackhawks thing and i. It has this. I don't want to say positive effect. But but i've always wanted a couple of do overs. Big ones big ones. That i've always wanted to to. When i look back that i wanted you know fix. I wish i wouldn't have done that. Which and serious shit you know. When i was in you know but when i see these stories this week and i said how are we going to talk about this. What what does it mean. what what you know. The the landscape of all this stuff has changed so much. I'm sixty years old. You're you're not there but you're in your fifties you know so it was. It was different thirty years ago with this stuff. So do these guys deserve a break because of what it was like thirty years ago but anyway more more my point. I'm just saying. I was gonna say you're not steve if he ever if you wanna do over if you'd like a do over and and it's changed that this week when i when i see those things i don't know why i don't know why i was probably sitting around crime the blues moping around about my life for something for a few minutes and then i seat when i read these it makes me go. It's okay it's okay you know you don't worry about it. You know when you think of these other. I can't even imagine if you're joel. Quenneville today Or or anyone else involved in the singer bowman and these guys are alec baldwin or other shit you know and so i sing and stv you know would you. Would you like a do over. Stevie anything in your. Oh i have some yeah. I don't have anything that even remotely touches your battle with addiction and the family things that ensued from that but yeah. I'm sure i've got some various things along the way where i kinda go. Yeah probably like to do that. A little differently but nothing of the nothing of the game changing variety. I wish i could give you something..

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"kyle beach" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports

The Steve Warne Project - Sports

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"kyle beach" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports

"Sports. And whatever and there they go it is the s w p it is a show with episodes each and every weekday. We appreciate you being here. Your stick to it with us that a nice little audience that continues to grow and of course. It's all about ottawa. Sports and whatever. My name is steve worn. I'm joined by my good friend. Jim jerome schmoozing it up as we do. We hope you enjoy the program james. How're things. that's good stevie. Good i've i've got. I've got to be honest about something. You know you when we do the show it. It varies of time we do it but it's it's late morning till early afternoon somewhere in there right and so i'm always kind of organized. Chaos right now. it's actually disorganized chaos i. I can't say that anymore was my nature is disorganized. Exactly yeah the great paradox. anyway. I'm so hooked into dateline the show okay and if you've been sleeping under a rock there's there's been the world's taste for real murder and drama is just increasing at an exponential rate. Right speaking a podcast. There's the most listened to podcasts. I was reading the other day. Are real murder mysteries right and not only not only that true crime. Not only that. They're podcast with with people have had no experience doing anything in broadcasting. Or you know a lot of it is just you know a couple of friends getting together so you know this. I saw a couple of girls who wanted to follow this story in their hometown. Or some other town. Just out of curiosity okay. If this isn't frustrating enough for you or me trying to grow a podcast audience. And they just thought they'd go online and form a facebook group and see what everyone's thoughts are on Xyz murder case and now we have one point two million followers. Yeah yeah what. What's pretty damn insatiable appetite for. It's crazy but i gotta admit. Sometimes i'm no i can't do it right now. Stevie i'm busy because i'm hooked into this dateline so so i'm i'm one of those people i guess i'm one of those people has dateline changed any from the chris hansen days where he's basically trying to effectively entrap all these pedophile and things like that is a difference the same kind of theme or worse..

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