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"lidstrom" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

Spittin' Chiclets

05:27 min | Last month

"lidstrom" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

"And maybe the team defensive Detroit has been so bad where it's really hard for an adult to even look remotely good. But this team sucks. The 32nd in the league in goals given up. They've given up in games this year. One goal two goals, three goals, four goals, 5 goals, 6 goals, 7 goals, 8 goals, 9 goals, ten goals, and then 11 against the penguins. So it's one of the all time worst defensive teams you've seen in years. Years. And for a team to get 11 on another NHL team, it hasn't happened since 2003. I think if you just said that our AI apologize, I was kind of reading some notes about Detroit, how pathetic it's been. So I don't know if flash hill can kind of keep his job after this year. This will be his 7th or 8th year. The team needs to make some steps forward. I still think the future's right there and they got these young stars, but it's like, wow, the whole season is completely falling off the rails. And the other night was one of the craziest things I've ever seen. And that's coming from a fan of a team who gave up fucking 9. We looked like the 2000 New Jersey Devils compared to the wings against the penguins. You mentioned the bright spots. I mean, they're going to have first and second runner up to the Calder this year. Great effort from these young guys. If anything, if you're a Detroit fan, you're probably happy that they were as good as they were earlier in the season so you can enjoy it. Feel like you're in the race and then now that you're getting to the last 20 games of the year, you want the wheels to fall off because all you want is a top draft pick. And when they've drafted in that 6 overall range, they've been able to turn out some studs, right? So you don't want to draft in the middle of the first round. That's when it's harder to end up getting a guy who's going to contribute to your lineup. Mind you, the argument is a what a Stevie why and crew now doesn't matter where the fuck they're drafting. They're going to be pulling rabbits out of their ass in the 7th round. You mentioned the Djokovic ugly, they got rid of leti and I forget the other guy's name at the deadline so you know the defense is going to get worse. And yeah, just a very disappointing ending and I can't imagine they will stick with this coach much longer if this is the way at the end of the season. You got to imagine they might want a new voice in that locker room moving forward. They've lost ten of their last 12. Yeah. The media is starting to get loud about it up there for the wings surrounded 9 plus goals for the third time in the last 14 games. That's almost an incredible stat. In that current NHL, even though the scoring is up this year, it's still wild to hear that. Let me ask you guys a question. Who would you who would you bring in as a coach who'd be available right now? I was going to say do you think there's a chance that they bring Babcock back? No fucking way, but did you coach eisenman? Did he ever coach him? No. No, I don't. He might have. Yeah, you know what? He did because cleary played with eisenman on a line and did clearly ever play for anyone else in Detroit besides baptism and eisenman did indeed play for Mike Babcock in the 2005, 2016. He didn't win a couple of them. I'm home. That's a good question. Well, eisenman, I wouldn't be surprised if he goes off the grid assuming he doesn't bring. He hired John Cooper. He also was T day when guy Boucher came into was that free eisman. Either way, eisenman is not afraid to go off the grid and bring in a guy. That would be a fun question for our fans to answer where maybe post it G and we'll go back when they eventually hire a new one if they do and see if somebody pulled it off the board. You got to imagine there's like some college coach that people are crazy about who they think believed to get their chance or some junior coach. That wings team, hey, that wings team. Last year went 58 1608. Wow. That's who got 87 points that a bird 85 Shanahan had 81 points, 40 goals that your lidstrom had 80 points in 80 games. What a fucking run that team had 20 frigging years of that. I wasn't done with those savage numbers either. The red wings in addition to 9 plus goals for the third time in 14 games. 7 plus goals for the 9th time this season, the most since I 88, 89 for the red wings. And they've surrendered 5 or more goals in 13 of their last 26 games. Just obscene obscene numbers for a team defense anytime, no matter what era, but either way, like this said, that's good, man. If you're a red wings fan, you should be happy about that because they're not going to playoffs in they'll prove their draft position. How about these maurits cider reverse hits? One after another. I'm trying to hit them. Stop trying to hit them. Those are beautiful to watch. He is blowing guys out. I know. I mean, it's all he's prong of size, or like Alexia size like the 6 8 guy I think he's 6 5 6 6 two 30 though. I mean, he's a monster. Was that my best hot take this year saying he's the next pronger. Is he that? He's that big for it. Maybe not 6 6 and fuck, maybe he's not even 6 5, but he's big. He's big and heavy. Like he's, you know, he's not, yeah, he's not one of the tallest players in the league, but he's a monster. And he's young. And he is burying people on those fucking reverse hits..

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"lidstrom" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

Spittin' Chiclets

05:52 min | 2 months ago

"lidstrom" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

"He just goes, he goes dry and all of a sudden you're like two hour and 30 minute roll. Let's go. Yo, you're fucking buying, you know, putting a mortgage down on a house because of it. Yeah, he's a holy shit, does he get hot? His pregame outfits, man. They've been a lot of chat online, but I know we've been sharing them too. He's got a unique, a unique style. It's pretty funny. We love to see these guys showing their personality. A few other play notes here. Island is Dana Chara, future Hall of Famer. He passed Chris chelios for the most games played by an NHL defenseman, when he played in his 1652nd game Thursday in San Jose. I thought it was really cool the shocks honored him on the jumbotron. They had a clip from Patrick Milo, you know, praising chai. I was just, you know, pretty cool to see the opposition, give him a little doubt like that. He also had a scrap as well in that game with Jeffrey ville and he became the oldest fighter in NHL history as well, at least the oldest play to get a fighting major. His 77th regular season fight and to give a little nice pat in the head after so congrats big Zeke, keep getting a gun out there and his teammate Zach parisi on the same game squad his 400th goal at the tenth act of guy to do so in the 5th from that famous O three draft, Eric stahl, Joel pavelski, Jeff Carter and Corey Perry, I have also done the same. Edmondson Ford Derek Ryan notched his first hat trick of his career Saturday at 35 years old, becoming the 8th oldest play to do so in league history, Nick lidstrom requested the oldest at 40 years old and a defenseman to boot. Let's see, rattling right along here. Boston's Brad my shine, my boy. Said he's not going to peel the NHL. I pulled in the 6 game suspension. I know you had already served it, but this is more about getting I would say money back right biz if you're on it's more about getting your dough back. And Brad said, I think I'm just going to move past it. It is what it is what it is at this point. I miss being around the guys. I miss being part of the group. He did return to action Thursday night. I also want to congratulate the May shines on the birth of their baby daughter this week. So congrats to Brad, and I gave a little tweet, he was on the back. I was like, oh, this is what the media doesn't want you to show. Clearly a troll clearly a joke 'cause some people didn't like it. Dude, it's hilarious. Twitter used to be a place you can joke ten years ago and people got it. Now it's like either people don't get it or they try to correct you. It's like people are a little wound up. Clearly. I have a snapshot every now and then on there. I used to snap a lot more, but I've had some written out response tweets and I'm like, oh, don't send that. And then Twitter's like, are you sure you want to threaten this person? I said meet the media doesn't want to say 14 F bombs in this tweet, sir. Utilizing three different funds of media, but say in the media don't want you to see it. Like, that's the joke. In fact, it just fucking seals over everybody's head, but once again, congrats to the last one. We got that little lady coming to you. We got to talk about your boys sandbagger. Participant cult caulfield absolutely on fire since mighty San Luis took over 6 goals for assist in the first 7 games out of Marty St. Louis. He had just 8 points and 30 games under DOM Duchamp. They put him on a line with Nick Suzuki and Josh Anderson. They won 5 straight and they've combined 19 points. Mighty similar you said, I can see this line being together for a long time. It's like, yeah, the combinations they have out there right now, you know, Canadians, the seasons, probably lost, but they're building for the future. Have you seen them play much at all? I know the Canadians are probably on number one you read her. No, no, I haven't, but I'm really happy for him and it just shows that the ups and downs of professional hockey doesn't matter how long you play or how short you've been in the league. They're always there. It doesn't matter if your Sidney Crosby or a young rookie. There's times when it's really hard, you're struggling a little bit, you're squeezing the stick tight and you can maybe have a coach and I don't know the relationship between coffee and Duchamp, but maybe the trust wasn't necessarily there and obviously the ice time I don't think that it was what caulfield had hoped for and you get a new coach in and not only is it a new coach, it's a guy you probably idolized as a player and undersized forward or went on to be a Hall of Famer who no doubt had a talk with caulfield about how much you believed in him and now you just you're seeing what's going on with a little belief for a player and there's not anything that's changed is skating stride hasn't changed his release is still the same. It's mental. It's your mind and in terms of looking at situations at different way while also getting a chance to play on a better line. So Suzuki and caulfield's games have both exploded since St. Louis takes over and the problem is if you're a Canadian fan, you really want that first overall pick. It's almost like, wow, wow, wow, wow. Hold on, hold on. I love caulfield scoring. You better break up that fucking line. Yeah, so you don't want them winning the fucking door and break up that line, man. But I'm happy for him because, you know, before the season, the expectations were sky high and that team has just been such a, it's been such a struggle this year that now you're looking for at least positivity for certain players. And I think caulfield has proven not only to the fans and to the coaching staff of St. Louis, but himself like, all right, I am still the player I know I was and know I am and I'm going to be able to score at this level where maybe some people question that. Sandler was like, dude, this season's over. Go out there and get your fucking cookies, buddy. I'd be hanging out with that fucking far blue line. All night, brother. Get over there, fuck the rest of these guys, man. Get your skrill a dog? One for the little guys, man. Come on. Fuck these big mother fuckers back here with those long legs, man. You get your breath. A couple injuries to note here. Carolina defenseman, Tony Deangelo, like I said before, he's been a huge part of that D, they haven't missed dougie all that much after signing him. He's going to be able for at least a month because of a midsection injury. His 40 points, a third on the team 16 power play points and plus 19 lead the team, the team did recall Jalen chatfield from HL Chicago. Vegas gully Robin lenna in Ford Nolan Patrick both placed on Aya. The Lena injury doesn't seem to be too serious. He should be back soon. Obviously we mentioned Patrick before we wish him the best. Hopefully we can get back out there soon..

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"lidstrom" Discussed on AvTalk - Aviation Podcast

AvTalk - Aviation Podcast

02:13 min | 5 months ago

"lidstrom" Discussed on AvTalk - Aviation Podcast

"Good. I know the Americans had this 5 I believe. And that was during the winter they land on the sea ice. I would guess we could take it as well. If we wanted to. The problem would be to refuel it. Yeah. It would have to bring in its own fuel. Definitely a case probably more than anything else. You can land down there once. But taking off as a whole other probably not going to happen scenario. This has been a fascinating conversation and I am so glad that you were able to join us for this and we could get a good look at what's happening in Antarctica. And hopefully the folks listening to this special episode of the podcast, go check out the flight radar 24 blog because we'll have a companion piece up there with a lot of photos that's fun has taken over the past few years that kind of explain a lot of the visuals that we've talked about in this particular episode. So Sven, thank you so much for joining us today. Thank you so much. And thank you so much for being so gracious and sharing both your time and your photographic work. So we could kind of really show people a very, very different side of aviation. So thank you so much for joining us. Thank you. Sven lidstrom, the operations manager at the troll research station down in Antarctica for the Norwegian polar institute. He is now on the other side of the planet up in Johnson Norway and hopefully enjoying a re acclamation to non Antarctic life. Thank you so much again. Thanks. In April, we talked with Sean Payne an NTSB investigator, and the vehicle recorded division about how the crash protected recorders commonly known as black boxes work, and what the NTSB does when it's called to investigate an accident. I want to start with, I guess,.

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"lidstrom" Discussed on AvTalk - Aviation Podcast

AvTalk - Aviation Podcast

04:27 min | 5 months ago

"lidstrom" Discussed on AvTalk - Aviation Podcast

"Hello and welcome to episode 144 of our annual end of the year look back at some of our favorite guests and stories. I am Ian pechenik, not here with Jason rabinowitz this week, he has the week off. We talked to so many interesting people this year. Some for the first time and some recurring guests that it was difficult to whittle it down to just a few. But we've done the hard work and I think we've got a great wrap up of the variety of people that we talk to this year and people with some very interesting and exciting stories. We've chosen three of our favorite interviews from 2021. And to kick it off, we head south. Way south. All the way to Antarctica. For a conversation with Sven lidstrom of the Norwegian polar institute. Who explained how the blue ice runway at troll research station is operated and maintained. I'd love to know a bit about the physical infrastructure there. What is the runway like? How was the construction done to build such a thing in such an inhospitable place? Take us through the aspects of what that runway is like and how it was originally built. Yeah. So it is some blue ice. It's located about 250 kilometers from the coast in 1250 meters approximately. And it was built by a preparing the eyes using a laser color to cut down and even after the glacier ice is to smooth it out and then that job took about two years to prepare it. And then what we do through this season is we prepared by grinding up the ice to get a thin layer of ice chips and snow on top of it. And that's creating the friction on the runway. And if we wanted to. I mean, we could have the runway 5 kilometers or ten if we wanted to, but three is enough, it takes quite a lot of work to keeping it up in good conditions through the summer. And it's on, it's on a glacier. So it's moving as well. The runway is moving every year. So we're looking at for the next couple of years to start to straighten it up because it's not moving evenly. So that's something if you look at a picture of it now, it actually has a little bend in it. And we have this problem it's on ice. So with the higher temperatures we're seeing, we're struggling to keep cold enough during the summer period. It wasn't an issue. For years, you know, when it's above freezing, we can't have aircraft landed it. So we're putting a lot of effort into keeping the eyes cold. Wow, that's crazy. And I know some airports. The physical runway doesn't move, but every now and then airports have to renumber the runways as the magnetic poles shift ever so slightly. But in this case, the ice runway is actually shifting is what you're saying. That's correct. And it's not moving evenly either. It's like a bit of a shift in the way it moves. It's not a straight moment. It's like a twisting force on it. So given the fact that the runway is moving, it sounds like you sometimes need to reconfigure the runway. But what happens if there's like a just like a hole in the ice? How do you repair an ice runway to let an aircraft land on it? Good question. Yeah, so yeah, we do get the holes in the cracks and normalize. And we have a procedure that's been developed through the earth where you go out and find the cracks. If a mixture of ice chips, snow and cold water, about a third of each, and you go out and it's like cement, you just pour it in and then even it out. So that's that we do continuously through the summer, as the runway moves. So it's kind of like a skating rink. Correct. Correct. Very much like a skating ring. Another problem seeing lately as well as the hard temperatures we have sand blowing off from the mountains and you know, when that ends up on the ice, it starts melting and creating small holes. And it gathers in pools of sand that melts into. So what you would think is sand on a runway is good, but not in an Antarctic runway. That's actually a big issue for us to keep it clean, not to get any debris on the runway. That's really interesting because yeah, you would think that the sand would be creating friction, but no, it's just melting the ice and that's not very good. No, correct. So how is the runway maintained not aside from the physical run? How do you keep the snow.

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"lidstrom" Discussed on The Lead

The Lead

02:08 min | 5 months ago

"lidstrom" Discussed on The Lead

"Colorado avalanche defenseman kale mccart has become a bona FIDE NHL superstar. He's up the middle the car down is Robinson. Oh my goodness gracious. That was amazing. And he's now one pace to do something that no NHL defenseman has done since 1986. Meanwhile, his teammate and fellow number four overall pick, phone byram has not spent so fortunate. Got slammed into the inboards of defenseman Bowen barram is gone down the tunnel to the dressing room. Today, the story of two Colorado avalanche defenseman, who have had very different luck in their young career so far. And what stands between each of them and greatness. From wondering anti athletic, I'm Andres kelto. It's Tuesday, December 7th, and this is the lead. Peter ball, welcome to the lead. Hey, thanks for having me. So, Peter, I want to start today with Colorado avalanche defenseman kale mccart. He has been absolutely sensational. Basically, since he entered the NHL two seasons ago, how do you begin to describe this guy's skills and what really sets him apart? Well, he's something that a lot of people haven't really seen before. He's an exceptional defenseman with skating ability that is kind of unparalleled. He does not just ask. Flashing the speed of the skill slides it by flurry. For stories in the past I've talked to some of the great defensemen that have come before him in that HL from Nicolas lidstrom to write bork, who also won many Norris trophies, and they're kind of blown away like this is a really special player who has offensive guests that you just don't usually see in defenseman. Scores. We talked about the mobility of these two young Colorado defenseman the car and Byron and makar shows it right here. He's kind of the quarterback of the whole thing a lot of the time, especially on the power play, where he'll just kind of walk the blue line with the puck. See who's open and just hit them perfectly.

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"lidstrom" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

04:06 min | 11 months ago

"lidstrom" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"You go back all the way to their first appearance in the Cup final against Chicago. You take that you take to conference finals appearances, where they lost both times in a game seven. Obviously, I think there was a playoff myths and then that huge embarrassment at the hands of the Columbus Blue Jackets getting swept in the first round, But they followed up with two consecutive Stanley Cup in seasons in which today went 15 and oh, After losing a game, which is just a remarkable example of resiliency, I think tap the bottom of the most talented team that we've seen. I think it reminds me of those Detroit Red Wings teams back in the day when Nick Lidstrom was in his prime That if you you know, if there was a salary cap back then they might have been about 100 million over it with the amount of talent that they had the Lightning for various and sundry reasons have been able to assemble the amount of talent on the roster. They've been able to keep it together. They've been able to Work financially through, you know not only the benefit of long term injury reserve with future out, but, you know, let's be honesty. The tax advantages that a team in Florida have, um, are palpable in order to kind of bring down the debate salary of players and lessen the captive again. You come back to How? How much all these other factors play into a team. Success ain't like the Florida Panthers don't have the same tax advantages, right? Haven't exactly had the success of every lightning event so I think it speaks more to the quality of the organization, the ownership the management to coaching, and obviously the the shrewd assemblage of talent, um, and the execution by that talent in the playoffs. I've got one last question for you again. I'm talking to Greg Wyshynski, senior NHL writer for ESPN. This is on the minds of everyone here in the Tampa Bay area. Could they do it again? Could we have a three p. There are going to be some big changes during this off season. But is it possible Yeah, there are And I think for me it's very possible because I think the core of this team is probably going to be kept together. And it all does track back to you guys to me, which is Andres Ass listed the goalie and Victor has in the defense Mint. Um, you know, I think as long as you have that on your back end, it's a really good foundation on which to build a lot of things. I think you probably throw Kucherov and that two up front. I think about it. So those three guys to me like as long as you've got, then you're you're in business now. The part of the team that I'm most concerned about. And I think one of the reasons why they were able to pull this off and back to back seasons was their checking line with Yanni Gord, flanked by Barkley, Gaudreau and Blake Coleman. It's possible all three of those guys are gone because of the salary account situations. This team which would be a real shame, because It's one of the most effective lines that we've seen the postseason on a team and replacing that kind of facet of the team will be the real challenge Julianne Freefall in this offseason because not only are you looking for commiserate talent, and that's going to be difficult, but you're also looking for talent You can fit in under the constraints salary cap. Again unless they decide to put like Victor Hedman along commitment reserved for 82 games and then bring him back for Game one. I mean, I mean, it is kind of what they do, but I think I think that to me, it's You know, like we started to stay off the top. The death of this team is really the most impressive thing And you have a feeling that because of the length of the season and they're capping flat again, the depth of where you're going to take a head in the stars what they're going to be there, but Signing those special grunt that make a championship team that's going to be a challenge. I think for them this offseason senior NHL writer for ESPN Greg Wyshynski with us here you can find his work at ESPN com, including his most recent piece. Why the lightening of the most impressive Stanley Cup champions of the NHL's salary cap era and you can follow him on Twitter for the latest at Wicinski, Greg. Really appreciate the time. Thanks so much for taking a few minutes coming on any time. My pleasure. Thanks for having all right coming up. Next, we've got to switch gears and get to the other big story here in the state of Florida, the latest on the Surfside condo collapses. That mission has gone from rescue. To a recovery operation will check in with CBS News radio National correspondent Peter King in a moment Don't MOVE, NEWS, traffic.

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"lidstrom" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

05:49 min | 11 months ago

"lidstrom" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"You think, Keynes and no brainer Because I'm I don't. I don't think he is, but I think I would lean to Yes. I think we named the three that are the no brainers. And from there there are solid discussions. You want a defenseman in here was Erik Karlsson. Generational. No. Was is I mean, look, I'm trying to think of a defenseman who was generational, right? That's right. I mean, now we're you know, we're getting to like the old Bobby Orr discussion. I don't know that I have a guy stronger. No, No, I don't have laws Keep going or is Lidstrom. Lidstrom. Yes, that's your best bet I think. Yeah, right. Lidstrom? Yes. Yeah, That's your best that good that long the best at what he did? Yes. No, Chelios, Um Bork. It would be the next guy would nominate no on board, huh? So Jesus, let's get some text on this other other names is pretty good Names coming Intense Hman, Obviously. Rasmus dulling, Um Boy. Who else? Jonathan quickly of defenseman recently have gone into the hall. I mean, I know that Al McInnis no, um, we're missing. I feel like we're missing some defenseman really badly. Nobody from Pittsburgh like now, am I going back to like coffee? Uh, he's not generational. No. Yeah, I don't know. But I think a defenseman is a harder discussion. Um, I love the Kaine discussion. That's really it. I'm really struggling with that one. I I I think he is, but I can't. Yeah, it's not a slam dunk. Uh, Here's a text. Zidane, Achara. No. Mm hmm. Club. I wouldn't take him over Lidstrom. No, I agree. Uh, I just wouldn't I mean generational. It was your really, really you're talking about again. How often does that guy come along? Only char was a freak show. Obviously, usually don't find six FT seven defenseman who are like him. All right. Ciara, huh? Let's go to goaltender. Harsh. Yes, Yeah, There's no question Hashtag Long Quist. No. No, because I mean, Mike Richter was a really good golly for the Rangers to his numbers hanging up in the rafters. No, it's not going to retire. Long question. Oh, for sure, he'll be retired. But that doesn't make you generational. Yeah. You know, you can be a great player of your number, retired and not be generational at your job, carry prices and no, no, he was drafted fifth. Overall, There's there's like that's almost like the Eichel conversation has carry price lived up to the billing. Of the fifth overall pick right. He's supposed to be Marc Andre Fleury was the first overall pick. Yeah, because Cary Price often has been the face of their franchise and had some great not lately but has had some phenomenal seasons. Yes, I think he's lived up to what the building was freedom. Yeah, I mean, he's Into the All Star game. He won the Hart Trophy. That's pretty good for a goaltender, and there have been years where they made the playoffs, chiefly because of Carey Price He's not once won the Vezina Mhm. You get drafted fifth overall. Best goalie, you know, blah, blah. No visit us. Has. You know, Mark Country floor is a tough one. There. Generational Goalies, um, Tajik and it's wok. Yeah, And I mean, does broad or get this treatment. I know right like that. I think I don't think so. Martin Brodeur cannot be generational, right? Don't think so. I don't. I mean, we're talking rarefied air at their position. And I know he's got I get it. He's got the cops and we got some defenseman being texted ahead. Scott Niedermayer, No. Alex Pietrangelo. No Scott Stevens. No. Brian Leetch. No, no, He's really, really good. But again, generational is a big step. It's a really lofty thing. You can be amazing and it's no like we said No. One. McKinnon. Yeah, And he's great. Amazing. We're talking like one of the best ever to play at your position makes you like Ovechkin obviously and Crosby, right? Those guys are generation. I think a texter has it right. It's one of the best in 20 years isn't a generation 20 years. Uh, Yeah, I guess that's about 30 tops. The idea is How long it takes you to have kids. Yeah, That's what I'm saying. 20 years 30. You can get to 30 have your first kid and that's the next generation some 30. I'm stretching 20 to 30 year window, then that's how good you have to be. No. And Lidstrom's in that window. Yeah, I think lynched him is the best out of everybody We named unless you're a fan of Ray Bork. Thanks for the text. I mean, I think it's a Good point to bring up. And I mean, look at the conversation. We got out of it. Yeah, I think the priority just making big contributions. That's why we That's why we get connected with our fans. That's right. I think that's what's going to hurt if Iculs traded right and we're closing, Let's say we're closing the chapter on the Sabres career, and I don't know what the future holds for him, but I think it be self. He's going to have a great career. What's going to hurt him? Yeah, is you're going to look at and go. Yeah. Okay. You can give me a stat line. 300. What is it 350 something points and 370 or 80 games. And all that libel Baba and they sucked for six years like, but that's not his fault. I mean, he you know if It just seems silly to to attach him to the team failure and say that reflects negatively on Eichel. I don't care about his stat line. I don't care about his hands, his speed his vision. I don't care about the fact when he started rushing up ice, you would move to the edge of your seat. If you're at the arena. I don't care about the T shirts would said, I'm just here to see Jack. I don't care about any of that stuff. Guys. His Sabres career will be linked forever with Failure. It's not his fault, and that shouldn't take away from a tank or him and what he did and how he's got. I'm speaking about him as it's in the past, already how he would be remembered as a Buffalo sabre. He's one of the most talented players. It's the most talented player they had in the drought, but he's one of the most talented players I've seen now. I haven't been here since day one. Okay..

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"lidstrom" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"lidstrom" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Com Is our guest on the Western hotline here on W G. R. So Owen Power seems to be? I don't know if there's uh you know, because Probably not 100% consensus, but it seems like there's a consensus building on him being the first pick. Of course, there's some contrarian views out there. I see you and Adam Kimmelman, both at NHL dot com. Have him pack his number one with the Sabres winning the lottery. Let's talk about him specifically, I know you touched down and what he's doing at the world championships, but For our audience that haven't seen a minute of own power play. What do we talk? You see the size and fans might be expecting Chris Pronger, Victor Hedman remake and I don't think we see a physical player in that mold at all. But there are a lot of things to like about own powers game. Despite that, Yeah. Absolutely. You know the thing that impressed me as the season went on, you know, with the Wolverines at Michigan. For Owen Power is And even in previous seasons when he was with the Chicago steal the United States saw the league for two seasons he was with the Mississauga wraps in his junior days as a as a young teen on every level that he's gone, too. He's matched that level. They just It just took a few games. It took him. You know, some time to adjust, but once he was able to adjust, he was able to play his game and when Say play his game. I mean, we're talking about a six ft six players here. Guys £213 are ready. You know he's still going to fill into that frame. Um and he worked every bit of that that frame When he was on the ice, he became a little bit more physical. And in physical, I don't mean type of God, It's going to, you know, bull guys over. I know a lot of hockey fans like to see that and yeah, power is going to be able to do that once he becomes familiar with the NHL game. Once he navigates and sees what he's able to do and how he's able able to progress that will come. But I'm talking about the type of physicality that you see, perhaps from from a Victor Hedman, right? Hedman isn't a guy that's going to be headhunting or knocking guys down, but he's just a strong skater in the back end. Very consistent. That's what I see in an old apparent member Nick Lidstrom. Nick Lidstrom was the same way. You know, He's not going to look for a guy in the corner, you know, rob them out. Maybe he'll do just enough to to to screen them off, you know, knock him into the boards lightly whatever it might be and get the puck back. But that's the kind of player own power is his all around. Game improved is pivoting. Play without the park. You know, Michigan is a team that wanted to play play fast. So at times, you have to let the park do the work, and I think he adjusted and played at a quicker pace and was really good at that. Obviously, he was named to the Big 10 all freshman team last year and look, he's a kid that's going to sacrifice two he led Michigan with 40 blocked shots. Last year and again his play at the world Championship has been fantastic averaging over 17.5 minutes, So I think the world our own power guys. I know there's been talk out there, and I've heard it on this station as well. Well Maybe the savers trade that first pick because no one really knows who is a bona fide number one in this draft. Well, you know, it's not often you get the number one pick in the draft guys. Let's face it. The Sabres only had it three times and their their franchise history and this would be the fourth..

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"lidstrom" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"lidstrom" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"The Japs last year, so They might be a little bit more used to playing with Xander. See, chief you see, Look, you like to see the lightning get more scoring chances and score. But this is actually a good test run for what they will likely see in the playoffs. A team that is zeroing in on playing good team defense, which the Red Wings are How are you gonna handle that Braided point loses the face after Clendenning in the Red Wings own Ledge Strong is how to buy Bari Belay Who's got lynched him to the far corner. And the Kaiser at Senators Richard Panic in the right way across the lightning line, right circle. I think it crosses for help. Love Circle the block by Hedman, the near boards plot. Sends it out to Bari Blade Center. Now it's party Belay tops it in. We stopped Lidstrom close to the Kaiser in the far corner of the far boards held cross ice pass handled by Gustav Lidstrom. Center ice will bounce it into the late again. Turn back, knocks it down. Sweeps it out on right plotted center. Roll it into the Red Wings own 4 45 left in the second period. No score in the game. The Kaiser Long tossing the left side for panic. The end of a shift will poke it. It had been has Valente on his tail him and on the far side for turn, ack. Well, hurry it out, but it's gonna be a nice clock Stop with 4 33 left in the second. Score that it was a bad play my head, but he just did even hurry back to get that Puck and McElhenney had to tell him to get back here to get the Packers Detroit player is right there. Awareness in the defensive zone. Five on five is not at its peak for.

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Falcons could field an offense with 11 first-round draft picks

Golic & Wingo

06:14 min | 2 years ago

Falcons could field an offense with 11 first-round draft picks

"So we had a truck a couple of signings by the Atlanta Falcons over the weekend right to pick up tight end Hayden Hurst from the Baltimore Ravens and they also acquired look Kwan Treadwell a former number one pick for the Minnesota Vikings yeah as the Atlanta falcons roster currently stands right now on offense alone just on offense they have a Levin former first round picks all of these former first round picks quarterback Matt Ryan first round pick Todd Gurley who sign when he was released first round pick Julio Jones first round pick Calvin Ridley first round pick the Quantrill first round pick Hayden Hurst first round pick left tackle Jake Matthews first round pick left guard James carpenter first round pick center Alex Mack former first round pick Chris Lindstrom the right guard former first round pick and right tackle Caleb McGary also that he first started his first round eleven is incredible let them all eleven of them a former first round pick I mean there's no way that's ever happened before right I can't believe that what ever but here's the real question if you had to redraft everyone of these players how many would be former first rounder this okay because I think this is fair Lidstrom McGarry and carpenter I've always been really what one or two years no it's been really since two thousand eleven okay yeah so let's remind me Gerry I think you were taken off or taken them out yeah okay so all of the other nine how many would be redrafted as a first round what's what's going on it's not right absolutely no question that runs for Todd Gurley no yeah I I would say no I would sit well I would say no one quite frankly his a conversation about the value of the position in general could also affect the new with him that was the thing coming out of college yes I look he has fifty eight rushing touchdowns over his first whatever seasons and all the other ones are either in the hall of Famer going let me just say six are we saying first rounder today or go back to the beginning again it would re drawing back to the beginning again because I'm currently the way Todd Gurley came out I mean would you not still take him in the first one that's the question now right are you going to pay for that kind of production from a running back anymore we saw Christian McCaffrey Leonard for net like there's been plenty examples of even a legal or not re signing a big second contract drafting a great one of the first round can still benefit you a lot okay I'm just trying to get to it you know is that what they've done in their right career does that mean where are the first roll worthy to me the girly thing is to your point he had a knee injury coming out of college and right when they signed with the red sign that long term deal with they're trying they got out of now then he was going to be chronic so to me the top group member he was the first one that airports reset the market for running backs and it turned out no he just re establish the old line of thinking but that first three years of production would you that would you spend a first round pick on that because we saw that rand's office how much in common now it always goes like this with the running game but in combination with an offense of line that did really well what you brought into what worth over would you pay for that as the foundation of your off I'm beginning to go the Melkite around here that I'm not sure running back as well because Melvin Gordon was in that same draft and Melvin Gordon is on his team I got an extreme I think that's the biggest conversation we could take out of this is the running back position record number mellow one point eighty never take a running back in the first Rana I wonder for we're slowly but surely going back to it I mean there was a contract a couple years ago with the first running back off the board was late second round out of Tennessee and I think we're going back to that after a bevy running backs being taken so we were definitely in on Matt Ryan yes we're out on Todd Gurley a legit is amazing looking back at Todd Gurley's draft class there's not a lot of got like if you're talking about reworking the top ten Todd Gurley might be the most wealthy in that group maybe outside of Amari Cooper yeah we can we can have that discussion later because that's in it read graphic I think is always fast and you have to wait a certain amount of time Julio Jones know quite well right Calvin Ridley first round too early again I think it's too early last year what he had sixty three receptions okay just under nine hundred okay seven touchdowns I would mean he also can't account for how bad that team ask me yes or no right now I'd say yes but I still think it might be too early Hayden Hurst no not because look they they took marketers later in the draft in the third round he clearly became the tight end of Baltimore which made Hayden Hurst by the way has taken in the first row before Lamar Jackson R. Jackson for Lamar starting you know tight on that team right now marketers you said right Hayden Hurst also dealt with some injuries and stuff there too that's okay in perfect sample size and when you have a guy come on like marquetry who could predict that the way that offense ended up of what he was the Mackey award winner a what he was coming home with one truck will no no Jake Matthews yes I think so I think so I think so do not I meet yeah yeah I mean yes he's been there he's been there is a second contract I also wrote a like doesn't miss a lot of games he's he's dependable yeah I think that's what it our printer are probably not I mean he's he's been a guy that's been in the league for nine years now dependable guy but we're talking about first round right you know I mean when you're twenty four we'll talk about for sure we're talking about top ten picks like a lot yeah yeah yeah I I'd probably lean toward no on that as well yeah yeah Alex Mack yeah absolutely yeah yeah and then the other than what we remember and I think Lidstrom would be headed in that direction yeah kill the guy who's more reach last year get killed the one I have questions about obviously we know the health concerns that existed before the draft earning a hard issue that he had had to deal with early in this time oxygen so there's a lot to hash out with those two but just I mean blows off the page when you just read that number the every single hundred dinners with that crew yeah what eleven Ryan still got its still on that ride to reach for the paycheck first but everyone else has to at least go for their wallets and act like there's also a common I do with you know with my dad so you got rid you got Ridley help you got got this R. Ridley Hearst links from a Gerry all still on their rookie deals you know wrecked yeah everybody else is is all for them yeah if I'm looking at yes correct so yeah they're all fascinating eleven a former first rounders on

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"lidstrom" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"lidstrom" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Hockey final score tonight the Blackhawks for the red wings to the hawks outshot Detroit to this hockey game twenty seven to twenty one do that the the took the hearts of little almost to get going when they finally did the back the couple goals inside of a minute Stroman secura then they went to the third period were focused along with really explored put this one out of reach and I won't call it a great win for the Blackhawks but a win is a win at this point in the season they need all the points they can get they knew that this was a team that they felt that they could be and they eventually got it done there you know and I think we're Detroit has some struggles is is when teams really start competing and elevate their game I don't know if they have that the other gear their routine for so many years with the likes of debts to consider Berg Lidstrom on the blue line out when they wanted to elevate their game the rescue teams in the NHL who could match it and right now that's an issue for the red wings they just don't have that the depth of talent that they had for so many years of the Blackhawks able elevate their game put pressure on Detroit and start getting some parks on the goaltender Jimmy Howard with consistency and able to break the the the seal when Dylan Strome score his tenth and then they kind of took off after that but you can see why the the red wings are struggling a little bit they work hard but they just don't have the depth and talent that they're looking for young team that is growing heading in the right direction Stephen Eisenman the executive vice president general manager knows what he's doing he's got a plan and he's not going to deviate from that even though this is been a disappointing season real quickly something I want to include Troy Trevor Daley blocked a shot in left the ice surface at his age I'm not sure if we haven't seen the last of Trevor daily and if we have we want to wish you the best he was a black car for a little while and was traded away and best of luck as well to Brendan per leaning who was a great guy and always seem to have a smile on his face so we wish both of those guys the best one more bit of this in tonight's first G. quick search first choice equipment player of the game is still a sick finally getting the job done for doing secure it it's been an interesting ride this is the forty fourth NHL game thirty picks up his first NHL goal so.

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"lidstrom" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

07:49 min | 2 years ago

"lidstrom" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Dot com everything entertainment Colleen Lidstrom Bradley trainer and it we just had an abundance of the bags today so we have to double down on the D. bag presenting. I've been a pretty fine with that. you heard this story about mark Ronson yeah came out as a CPO sexual what does that mean okay so I was this is one of those stories where I approached it one way and then ran away screaming in another direction so he was like I'm gonna do my homework on this yeah so I think that's your obligation yeah when you're confronted with something different you go. tell me more about that yeah I'm curious and so I started to Google sabio sexual because to me do you know my first thought was what does this mean he likes to have sex with human beings yet because it has to go to a homo sapien yeah and I thought and I was like well what do we need to say that that's what we do because that's mostly just I think that's the number two yeah general but look I'm you know far be it for me I realize it's ironic that I have questions about other people's sexualities none the less so I I Google at and there's not a ton of information there is some wikipedia stuff so can I tell you that please what I call my first of all explain what his explanation of it what okay so I'll give you here's what he said so he went on good morning Britain and came out to quote unquote as CPO sexual on the air he is a forty four year old music producer of course he's behind people like lady Gaga and he was behind shallow in particular you'll remember uptown funk with Bruno Mars he's a big deal he says that he discovered the term backstage when the talk show aired a segment on CBS sexuality prior to his interview. okay so okay so he really he really. been working through some emotions around this for doing with his sexuality had minutes quote now we know you're single this is host Kate her way she asked him Shas Ronson who separated from his wife French actress Josephine Dillon boom apple Kerr up by the way quotes now we know you're single and mark has got very involved in our debate backstage you are identifying as a man who likes intellect well what does that mean and he says yeah I don't know I didn't know there was a word for it we're all arguing backstage in the dressing room with a couple of your producers and yes I feel like I identifies a CPO sexual. so she goes so you're coming out as a CPO sexual he says out and proud. okay so that's the extent of him quote unquote coming out Hey here's what I think's happening I think the world we are in such a wonderful place in so far as the world wants to be accommodating and thoughtful and kind about all sorts of god's creation yes in so we approach things gingerly lovingly and with care. and however so then I read that story was a court doesn't sound like he was like struggling with something and then he like identified with something and then he like came out and talked about right here in the way for example that I knew from a very early age that I was different it took me years to figure that out I learned society wanted very little to do with that and therefore struggled with it for years had to come to terms with it did told people like there was this whole process and it took all common like years and years ago until I was nineteen did I tell anyone so. it took him nineteen second basically the venom like well but again I don't know sometimes people are struck with the spirit of the whatever sure so far be it for me to tell anybody else what to do on their journey so then I I Google it here's what I find on wikipedia quote CPO sexuality describes attraction to the intelligence of another person the word CPO means I discern or understand in Latin CPO sexual identifying individuals can also be gay straight or bisexual that is safe your sexuality is not a sexual orientation. you must miss that part of the first gained mainstream attention in twenty fourteen when okay Cupid added it to one of its several new sexual orientation I and gender identity options. so basically it sounds like it's like you can be straight and sabio sexual you can be gay and straight in CBS sexual you can be a bisexual and safety of sexual CBO sexual allegedly just means according to wikipedia mark Ronson that you're attracted to someone's mind first I'm not there. body not their physical attraction you are attracted to their in select first that is your primary what that is that's a fancy pickup line is what that is it is true it's like because I don't. acted singer Bonnie I mean it's Frank zero much that's house that's somebody trying to get in your pants actually that's what they're saying is I'm attracted to your pants off. but I'm gonna say it's your brain because I don't believe this for one second Intel I see mark Ronson roll up on the red carpet with some smart hideous troll. I'm not getting. because it's not going to happen I'm not getting I'm bored with it. I am so attracted to your brain are you. that's K. and this is what I'm here to do hi Jeez ballot real I wasn't anticipating having an emotional reaction to this in this role but here's what. is that that now like I feel like because mark Ronson and said that there are people who are like maybe I missed thank you all so now so we're going to be like very because now the tanks during this year your cousin Jeanine is gonna look to the table during a moment because she has never got enough tension because she is the middle child up and she is going to look to your aunt Francine and be like. I have to say right now that I am a state be a sexual and I don't care what any of you think I have to be myself and everybody the table is going to be like all my goodness how long have you been struggling with this I'm so sorry you didn't think you could tell us and then they're gonna go open Google they're going to see what it means yeah and they're gonna be like wait a minute so you're not actual that's not like it's not like for example okay because here's where I don't want this is what I was afraid of when I first learned about the sexual first of all I was kicking myself for not knowing this I feel like as a member of the tribe of unusual sexual orientations I say unusual because society said that for years I thought I should know this this should be a part of my understand right you know because there are things like. and sexuality you'll hear that more and more right yeah you'll hear a sexuality you know bisexuals for so long have been thought of as you know different and weird and not like the rest of of humanity and now we're starting to see these all as. yeah. you know what I hear you saying is no in fact I'm not alone in you're not alone in reacting to this because even in the wikipedia it says several commentators have stated that seek your sexuality is elitist discriminatory and pretentious it is it's all of those things. if somebody comes at you and says their CBS and I tried I tried.

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"lidstrom" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"lidstrom" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Place Seabrook Michalek right in there to get the puck along the airports Aksel down the Seeburg near corner that over behind it at the bottom bill passed said the cane breaking through center ice over the red wing line right wing side cuts back through the high slot of the loss to handle the park on a check. Ariel suited to the right corner Axum via Duncan Keith get there at the same time and now battle for the puck. and it spun around play pop til the right point. Lidstrom could not hold it in he's got the puck hotline today's at center ice slings it over for came over the red wings line right wing side but he could not get to that slash awful moved to center ice military dump the down the boards behind the hawk Nikki full carry it out. he thought the hotline dropping at the knee lander weaving through center ice over the wing line down the right wing side that's the puck behind the net around the key flashpoints he'll stamp it back down the dasher behind it at around at the far side no this is taken by the wings Morosi who ISIS the park who was a stopping point fifty fifty six left in the third to one off hello players in the goaltender. thirty six round draft pick for the red wings in sixteen order the tri city storm of the U. S. hockey league. last year at the university of Denver one year the university of Denver before coming out twenty one years of age six two hundred ninety five pounds. a good record of Denver as well and what I could see. now inside the heart soon Kulick fires for the left wing side Larson knocks it away with the club..

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"lidstrom" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

KTKR 760AM

06:06 min | 2 years ago

"lidstrom" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

"He had never left and the last time he did leave Jack was just a mere puppy now he's a grown you know what man and I'd love to see what the differences in his mind's eye and so he will be joining us here in the middle of this hour courtesy of our friends a courtyard nice yeah and yes very interesting not broadcasting last night did you know I've been I I took another tennis lesson yesterday but okay a lot lately well as a matter of fact if you have any sort of argue profane. I get it right in the middle. factor right gets a Feelin fellow run around it's a I regressed a little bit yesterday I'm regressed low but yesterday I'm not I'm not swinging river is is well here who was it is him the a fan right. I I went like this for my tennis swing with my hand flat and pushing it away and now as you can see I'm sweeping of sweeping with the handle it that's not yet not yet this house we give to sweep. so I'm I'm I'm I'm waiting for coop to be done with his lesson as well so I'm watching I'm watching in the spot there for the game and it was the bottom right hand corner that there's a penalty on every play and every single plan I know with you know the the officials of a new emphasis on certain penalties but every play on Mike realizing no no it's just somebody in them Monday Night Football world thinking that having the down and distance with a yellow background was a good idea. yeah every year kind of the network's update their graphics package right they make little tweaks and that was one. you know notes to everybody in the television business who is in charge of graphics packages Mike you know you know all of them correct do not all of them your friends with all of them right so as well tell all those friends of yours do not create anything on an NFL television screen that is yellow yeah with the exception of any indication that a panel found been called black and ESPN apparently hurdle that in the middle of the game in the first half on Twitter that's all anyone was talking about I I almost snapped a photograph of it saying Hey you know. can we change this and I just realized it. just stay away everyone was already doing yeah Chris them the changes in the middle of the game. which also included on the flip side. eighty eight down and distance marker on the line of gaming pylon I guess they're dropping. when when in the first half the Audrey Hopkins went for a first down was leaning forward for a first down they had a perfect down the long view now sometimes it's not gonna work that way because there might be other players in the way but they had a perfect view because I guess they're putting up pylon down at the line of gain which is a camera line and on it is a camera looking straight down it's so cool amazing pylon cam to the next level well and then they put a camera on top of the pylon cam so when do Sean wants and leapt into the end zone they had a shot of it from all up and it that the the the dome of the of the roof of the the super dome was in perfect view what it was a beautiful it was as really call shot. some interesting night of of a of a broadcast right there. of course that whole point started with the fact that I am aching right. the fifty year old man recovering from tennis lessons yeah ice bath but I just need to stretch a little bit more but any rate enough about me. what's our poll question results as we're getting here on top of second hour the J. okay so week one in the books. yeah out which team should be most concerned bears brown's falcon Steelers went away on this Iago falcons. falcons twenty percent twenty percent say falcons seventeen percent say bears your top two choices brown's twenty nine percent dealers thirty five the Browns are really talented just clean up the clean up the penalties that's it. and Greg Robinson don't get kicked out of any more games okay I feel like Dennis Hopper looking at coach Dan do not get kicked out of any more games from Hoosiers right yeah. the Browns are very talented just clean up the mistakes their offense definitely is more efficient than what the jets put out their week one. I will tell you that so. week what we in week to just clean up the mistakes go on the road focus and they should win that football game although Greg Williams defense for the jets was terrific and Steve Wilkes defense didn't look up according to defense for the Browns in look anything like their defense last year that would be my concern for the for the for the for the Browns yes if you're gonna week two opponents here bears are at Broncos. sounds at jets right balconies home for eagle I mean Steelers home for Seahawks and how about this the eagles are the only team on the national television schedule Thursday Sunday Monday Night Football with a win everybody else is winless and the falcons don't have their right guard Lidstrom's out for at least half the season so there office of line back up and then I don't know what it was maybe Julia was banged up. I don't fancy instrument fantasy so the number of times you would hobble off the field what just stroll off the field and not be on the field for yeah he only had one four five points of fancy this week. so I divide the freemen look terrible that was an awful loss and I want to when you got the saints and you also got the Panthers coming your way Panthers aren't that bad now because traditionally good in home openers yeah I know so we'll see how that goes in you when it that's why I that's why there are that's a must win game for me as I mention in my four downs eight four four two oh four which will take your calls Jason witness calls coming up as well let's get to all your news update for us knock in here so Brockton brought you by our friends at Honda let's do.

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"lidstrom" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

Spittin' Chiclets

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"lidstrom" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

"Know you would have been scorned the o._t. Winter like at the olympics it was brutal but you know what just like seeing everything was just i totally different look but just seeing like all those little things you talk all the time and we couldn't even get the puck past red lion geyser just chipping pass change in every fifteen seconds. Just stay over fifteen. Nobody who has already boys thirty and then coronal hit the post or the crossbar. I think with like two minutes left. I was raped behind him. It looked like it was going top-shelf off the bar and when he hit the bar i'm like okay i might be able to do this actually vulnerable feeling though especially for you being in the middle the bench having no control over kamikaze every year like oh. I just wish i could bring my patients out there. Yeah you want. You want to be a cheerleader right but at the same time that wasn't really really. I didn't really do that eight. I didn't really want to act out of character just trying to all of a sudden. They come like what yeah we just heard his name. Do you think those two stores two cup finals made you realize or do you do you agree. That lidstrom was the the best defense in you ever played against no doubt do you like incredible and reform. He was really good too. He's he doesn't get a lot but not even even like nine closed. Sick always used to practice has used them watch lynch from doing where he'd be see. Cutting backwards and you try to chip. I ended up at it and he'd knock it out of the air and he was the best ever so. Yes used to make me do it in practice. I can't even flip it in cheese. His can't get it off the trying to get it. Take any throw him but then but then the coaches get so mad when you don't get a deep when a guy bats are there. It's like what do you want me to do here. I think we have somebody on trying fight. Dump it told the story of a bother ryan bob you're i. I can't give me a break same type thing so so all right so you get that first cup dude. I mean talk about the celebration in pittsburgh because i was there for four years and saw water city that is sports town most undercover city in the u._s. Just a great spot so do you remember that celebration still like yeah like street yeah. The parade was crazy but the yeah it it happened. I think it was like a friday night ended up being down there with a cup and just people on top of cars and hang the cup outside of mario's there you know you've made a few a few appearances at that place. I'm sure over the years but but just you know like i couldn't picture it until i saw it. I never expected carson street to look like that. I always i thought you know obviously what is grant street or whatever you know through the city but not carson street it was just mayhem there and the obviously the i'm trying trying to think back sixteen seventeen. I don't think we even had anything close to that just because it was the taste who's weekdays. That's a huge difference was weekends right so we one on a on weekends so it worked out. It worked out <hes> talbot who lived right behind. Mario's had that pretty sick all this. This was on real. He must have been on fire because you know an unexpected m._v._p. And game seven ended up scoring both goals. You're pretty close with them. As well because usually gravitated paid more towards the french guys was it oh really i hung out with flurry deeply and talbot and who else really army wit it bugs with the french guys more so he was with us actually speak in a restaurant said if you still go to maggiano's in philly every time the a q. influence safely put it together. Quebec loves french guys yeah. I was in my hotel room. The lines a mad scientist so rookie year. You got a hat trick philly after maggiano's and i believe went there. Every game came in philly. The next four years at least man made you so heavy water meal though l. chicken parm interest me mighty.

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"lidstrom" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

07:59 min | 3 years ago

"lidstrom" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Even lack a rockstar spend a lot all right here's how it's going to go you are going to tell us your favorite movie by only telling us a quote from that movie that Holly and I are going to try to guess what your favorite movie is based on that quote this is the calling them Bradley show my talk one of seven one streaming live at my talk one of seven one dot com everything entertainment Kelly Lidstrom Bradley trainer is not here Holly Roberts and I are though well three o'clock with you Lindsey is at the controls Aaron's out with no further ado the phones are completely jammed with people who want to play our game excited to play don't worry popular we're gonna do it again a little bit later case let's go to robin hi robin good afternoon okay so robin tell us your favorite movie by just telling us a line from that movie okay do you want me to give you a set up or not no this is just a line and we'll try to figure out what movie it's from in this role playing I only wear it when I don't care how I live rule what is she stopped us right off the bat this old thing I only we're at when I don't care about how I look is pretty woman I'm going to guess pretty woman but we need other gas pumps it into my guess I am thinking it might be like oh one with which is what's that one hocus pocus all right so what do we no you know what movie is that it's a wonderful life robin like you totally stumped us right off the bat thank you for playing thanks robin okay let's go to Jennifer unless it's going to be a lot harder than I thought we were like super overconfident hi Jennifer okay okay tell us your favorite movie by telling us one line from the movie okay the earth is my body my head is in the stars who said that I don't know well I suppose I did G. is the earth is my body my head is in the stars who said that well I suppose I did Jeez this is harder than I in our minds because we're not hearing the actual quote from the movie it like the the actual actors and I think we had a fun and that's why it's okay gas I'm going to guess that that is from I don't know why Julia Roberts is in my head I mean I guess steel magnolias rule okay I am getting gas going a completely different direction the movie home the animated movie that stars the voice of Riada I'm going to probably say it's god related to maybe Bruce almighty hi Jennifer which one was it well you would have to go back in time it was from nineteen seventy one it is Harold and Maude well done Jennifer let's go to Julie I'm sweating I feel like I'm really somebody redeem on Sunday I was going to feel hi she hi Julie hi Julie tell us your favorite movie by telling us one line and we'll try to gas what movie is actually just one word Jeez I can only see part of the word because it's about word in between there saw its ball afterwards the okay our rates suddenly has the last word okay I'm gonna say it's Top Gun okay that's good thanks I'm gonna go with Glengarry Glen Ross only because basically the movie is about to swear that is true and so maybe she picked one hi Julie how did we do now you're getting and I have been you guys how to lose a guy in ten days okay okay all right thank you that was getting a little closer to our wheel house Laurie snacks this is terrible hi Laurie tell us your favorite movie by telly is one line we're gonna try to guess the movie okay who the hell was that Jeez all my gosh okay I that is from the sandlot who could get a good guess yeah yeah yeah I'm going to go Wiz dumb and dumber Laurie we're we dumber dumber or below it with Henry Fonda in on golden pond thank you bye the way Laurie what I think is really funny is people are picking like obscure lines what did we ask them to do that or did we I don't know I just to tell us all line I don't think I okay let's go to John and see if we can hi don tell us your favorite movie I by saying one line from that movie hi good afternoon is that the liner you say hi to us there was another dying your a line and I'm gonna give it to you with the inflection accent please I thought you might not you operate okay you are brave no that's not the lying king is it no no it is well then I'm gonna get it hold on hold on that is from dances with wolves is is it Brays now all he wanted to tell you is okay York blanking out of Africa yeah great we are terrible thank you Donna thank you that was a humbling experience we're gonna play it again later in the show I would happily encourage everybody to think of ones that we might get here in order for all of us to avoid the hot shame that we just experience yeah failing to name any of those movies based off of that line think about your favorite movie and think about a line that maybe doesn't have a character in it but maybe you know help us along a little bit on the other line Hans with the little he go ahead yeah you go it's because in green isn't it track false how the Grinch stole Christmas yeah but which version are you talking Jim do you talk and talk Jones the superior animated version false there a region the greatest Grinch adoration is the Jim Carrey from two thousand inside close the one liners are unbelievable I love it okay I've got one for you guys I have more faith in Holly than I do Lindsay on this one you're not you're not alone in that usually okay here because ready I gave her my heart and she gave me a pen all we got a notice from do you know that so email what is a garden state or something older more emails in that for email about super reality by eight eighty eight nineteen eighty eight say anything all right all the time I was with us yet that's okay thanks Lindsey I area in my heart when we come back tell us how you spoil your pets six five one six four one one oh seven one one celebrity spoils her pads in a way you will not be able to believe after that semi.

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"lidstrom" Discussed on First Draft

First Draft

03:45 min | 3 years ago

"lidstrom" Discussed on First Draft

"But don't put it in any mocks when we're on the clock. You can talk. I've had GM's do that with me over the years. And I've done it exactly that way, John told me nothing. And so he has a number pick these trading it, and he didn't telling me, and I think I got a good friendship with John Dorsey more better than some other people out there. I mean, I played college football with the guys who are making decisions, and there's I don't even bother asking. Because there's no upside and they wouldn't lie. They just wouldn't tell you. But so the point is all there there are three guys that legitimately. But like they've never once. Lied to me. Everyone has told me a lot of stuff. Have kind of steered away from different things. But there are three guys that I legitimately would trust. I would leave my kids at their house. Let's put it that way. But I'm just not going to ask them because I don't wanna put him in that position. And the point is tied that there's no way teams know what to giants are thinking. How can why would the giants pick six let anybody out of that building? No people in the building may think they know a may name and not know because we have that happen GM's guys certain things and not let them know everything a lot of scouts won't even know the final bore until the morning and a change in the night before. So we just finished with April Fools day. So I guess you could say okay now what we're saying is actually maybe the truth. But I think when you look at it, what would be as you say, the upside what what would be something. What helps the giant by people in the league? Forget that everybody else people know league. No what they're doing a quarterback. Yeah. I mean, I spent forty five minutes on the phone with GM on Sunday. And even if he's the general manager he puts the card in he makes the final decision. We went through the top one hundred or so players in great detail at each position. And even he even he at this point is still a grad. We're still working on him. We don't know the medical on him like they're still working through all of this. And it's a long process. You have free agency the season ends the coaches are now getting involved. So I mean, you know, it sounds like we're making a lot of excuses for for not knowing nobody knows right now. Maybe the cardinals. Now, San Francisco knows that. Hey, if Cuyler goes number one, we're going to take Nick Bosa to or we're going to take one and Williams to whoever it is other than that. Like there are just so many different variables. And the in San Francisco would probably tell you if you talk to John Lynch. Hey, we love Nick Bosa. We love Quentin Williams says why would if Oakland wants to move up or the giants wanna come move up or. Denver from ten Miami from thirteen Washington from fifteen. Yeah, we'd make a deal if they offer us a lot we make a deal to move back. Guys. So amidst all the lies that you're being told every day, let's circle this twenty to forty range of players that it could go either way that you get to be called a first round for the rest of your life or you're just a second rounder. Mel I'll put you. I'll put you on the block here. I by by asking you. About a pair of offense of lime indigo twenty one and twenty two and your current mock Chris Lidstrom guard from Boston College Eric McCoy. Syndergaard from Texas, am you have these guys go into Seattle and Baltimore back to back these type of guys catching up, man? I'm proud of you. I'm proud of you guys. But anyway. Keep jabbering Cape chat. I'm coming back, but go Chris Lindstrom up. Coming up, make sure. Got no one to hold them on the phone. Let's see as far as McCoy the versatility to be a Senator guard, obviously with the athleticism. He shows when you need interior linemen is Baltimore does or any team..

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"lidstrom" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

31 Thoughts: The Podcast

04:24 min | 3 years ago

"lidstrom" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

"I wanna get some some general stuff Ricard if you were coaching and you had to pick one Swedish player to lead your team to game you had to win the state of your house who are you taking? Question answer that obviously goaltenders half the team. So well, let's pick goaltender them. And blinkers. I can't argue with that choice. You know, I grew up. I'm forty eight voyage Salman was my favorite players kids. So I always take in the prime voyeur psalm ING, but I can't argue with Lundquist. I can't argue with number five in Detroit was pretty good last time, I checked to drum. I mean, who's arguing Lidstrom too. But I admit I have a psalm ING bias. I always did you have a a long North American connection is the average Swedish player different to coach than your average North American player. Yeah. Of course, it's probably the generalize of different. But I think nowadays again, I mean the world, and especially you know, places like Canada US Sweden. I mean, we're very similar lot of ways. But of course, it's a could be a little bit of difference. I think you know, obviously. Myself to been around Americans, Canadians and Europeans. I think that's pretty good company of understand what's certain people coming from. So there's similarities there's also different aspects of individuals for sure. Can recall a few years ago in Colona at a C H L NHL top prospects game after the game. I had a conversation with one very specific very well known agent. And I said this agent said, you know, what of all the of all your players of all of your clients. I've never heard anyone complain about any of them. Why is that? And he said, I have a very specific recruiting philosophy a call at my to us rule, I recruit from the two most low maintenance places in the world, and they both start with S one siskel and the other is Sweden. I can't ask you about this catch one. But I will ask you Sweden are Swedes. The most low maintenance players in the world. It's funny. I do a little bit of connections is scheduled to some really good friends and Regina starts. Yeah. No, I yeah. I mean, I think we're coming from a culture where the collective is is really important. I think one of the reasons we really good team sports fear. I think it's is because we understand a working in the collective could be a little bit of a socialistic background. If you like, but I think that's one reason. I, you know, we have a different culture. No way for sure I guess the last question I have for you regard. Is you me the pitch you're going to sit down? You're talking to teams. What do you bring that makes a difference? I think you're looking for an outside perspective of, you know, I'm working with not only North American players, but you know, European place into buying them in the locker, and they can understand and one of those guys are coming from. I think you know, one of my biggest strings is just a structure and building the structure around the team. I think one of the biggest thing that I've learned, you know, coaching Sweden is what Swedes a really good in law in the players to think out. Nice coach doesn't sit on all the answers. You know, let the players make decisions on on the ice. Where's this? I came up. And it wasn't young coach was a lot of head all the answers. I give the players all the time versus maybe reverses something ask questions the curious and what they're doing. So communication's huge point for me. I think I can bring a little bit of perspective also this structure and the tactics because there are some some differences when it comes to National Hockey. I mean, the Russians plame certainly the checks play certain way sweetser pointing the certain way, it's not the same thing. And I think if you look at that combination of, you know, different tactics, why not try something different than when everyone else's in National Hockey League's. So that's the two minute poor of almost coaching philosophy. That's good resume. We're hired that you're higher cover letter. Well, Dan riccar. Listen, it's been a pleasure. We hope we can catch up with you again. Please keep in touch and what we'll. Get back on the podcast and best of luck in whatever is next for your career. Thanks for spending time with me. Thank you..

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2018 NHL draft - In-Depth Look at Detroit Red Wings' Picks

The Drift

04:34 min | 4 years ago

2018 NHL draft - In-Depth Look at Detroit Red Wings' Picks

"And detroit red wings fans if you hadn't heard already the nhl draft is taking place this weekend and boy did the red wings hit a home run with their first pick of the first round philip zidane a remember that name detroit red wings fans he is going to be a supreme player for the detroit red wings in here is what the scouting report says on him courtesy of elite prospects dot com phillips edina is a dynamic offensive forward that plays a complete game a deft and agile skater he exhibits explosive mobility both up and down the ice in all three zones he proactively looks to create problems for the opposition his awareness is indicative of his high level of hockey sense and he knows how to make plays and scoring chances materialize has a goal scorers toolbox complete with the individual pucks skills that one comes to expect from today's elite offensive players the accurate release on his shot is note worthy and as a defining aspect of his offensive capabilities defensively sound he disrupts lanes and pressures the opposition to make hasty decisions so to me the sounds exactly like what the legendary steve is herman was during his austrian career with the detroit red wings mainly since scotty bowman became head coach of the detroit red wings in nineteen ninetythree remember that is herman was a one way player for the first about ten years of his career being mainly an offensive force and then when scotty bowman came along he became steve is urban that is a two way player playing both offense and defense so phillips in dina is way ahead of the curve here the light the red wings got great value with this pick because dina was projected to go as late as number three in this draft he was expected to be gone by the time the red wings picked in the first round so hats off to ken holland the detroit red wings general manager for making this pick a heck of a pick there and then at number thirty in the first round the detroit red wings selected a center joseph oh in here is what elite prospects dot com had to say about him there is so much to like about joe volcano he's a hard nose workhorse that makes the players around him better the fleetfooted center is unselfish and will primarily look to play at make a play at top speed however when the chance arises to put it in the pot himself he well capitalize he sees the ice well in his rarely caught out of position is defensive game has refined in he actively pursues puck control transition transition transitioning to offense is natural smooth and quick all in all a well rounded to wait forward that skates well and can be the catalyst team needs to turn a game in its favor once again i love that phrasing there the two way forward that's what the detroit red wings made a name for themselves during their nineteen ninety s heyday and through the two thousands as being stanley cup contenders having players who play both offense and defense in vallejo eventually when he gets to the detroit red wings more than likely that's about three years away traditionally with players who are chosen outside of the top ten in the national hockey league draft he's going to make a huge impact if he eventually does make it to the redwings and i truly believe he will in about three years he's going to be a fine player to watch and it will be fun to see him possibly play with his fellow teammate phillips and dina and then the red wings in the second round chose a defenseman the red wings truly needed help on defense they've been really chorus on defense the last couple of seasons in missing the playoffs and they chose jared mic isaac and here's what the hockey writers dot com had to say about mr isaac mcisaac is a smooth skating two way defensemen he focuses on keeping his end clean first and foremost before adding to the offense of play effortless skater with agility imbalance along flawless stride his cuts in transitions are fluid incredible hockey sense thinks the game at a very high level and makes great decisions with the puck on his stick that is the type of defensemen the red wings truly have been missing since the retirement of nncholas lidstrom back in two thousand twelve well pastor rick he will be taking away here in.

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