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"logan cooley" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:50 min | Last month

"logan cooley" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Talk to us about guys like Clayton Keller, Nick small, to talk to us about these young kids that are coming up that are having great years, you know? I mean, how do they look this year? What kind of progress are they making? How do you measure that progress more importantly? Sure, I've been asked, you know, what is success going to look like for us? We're going to measure success differently because we know we're in a multiyear strategic process. We're going to measure it by you just mentioned a couple of names. Nick schmaltz lost in Krause. Clayton Keller, these young leaders to see them continue to mature as leaders of this team. You're talking about guys that are in their mid 20s, but developing that leadership. Second, we want to see some of these young players. I was just in Boston for our second game gives the Boston Bruins. So we saw Dylan Gunther the 9th overall pick a 19 year old get on the ice and actually score a point in his first game, having an assist for us. That's the development. And then we have some incredible talent coming up, we're very excited about Logan Cooley, the third overall pick. He's just lighting it up. I'm going on air right here right now. He should be a hobie baker. Candidate for best player in college hockey. Money on that. There you go. And so for us, our evaluation is that. When we look at successes, can our leaders continue to mature? Can these young players that are going to be playing can they take that next step? And then the young guys, the ones that are in our Tucson roadrunners, the ones that are in college that we're going to be bringing in. And that's our evaluation. Sadly, we've got to leave it there Javier's special thanks to Javier Guterres for joining us on the Bloomberg business of sports. If you want to hear more, we've got an extended conversation with him online now on the Bloomberg business of sports podcast. Get that wherever you get your podcasts. Up next, we welcome Isaiah casini. He's a former NFL linebacker, who's

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"logan cooley" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:10 min | Last month

"logan cooley" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Sports on Michael Barr, along with scarlet fu and Damien sasso sauer, on the way, we are going to hear from a former NFL player who is now running a venture capital fund, investing in sports deck, but first let's die back into our conversation with Javier Guterres, president and CEO of the Arizona coyotes. You share a similar fan base to the Cardinals to the Diamondbacks. We know what's going on with the Phoenix Suns with ownership with Robert sarver. If you see any spillover any blowback to your organization, due to what's going on with the suns right now. I mean, obviously there's a lot there. Obviously your organization is completely independent. I mean, very, very different. But I'm just wondering, I mean, is there any sort of spillover that might very well kind of make things a little bit more challenging for you as you attempt to draw in a bigger fan base? Yeah, we haven't seen anything that's a challenge per se, but what it does is clearly they have been going through some challenges themselves. I'm very good friends with James Jones, their general manager, our sons are good buddies at sun JD, my son javi, their classmates in school. So we see each other all the time. I got to tell you, when you think about their basketball operations with James Jones, the executive of the year, the NBA, Monty Williams, coach of the year, Devin Booker, Chris Paul. I mean, incredible people of the highest caliber, obviously they are changing the ownerships, stake, and we'll see what that looks like. Imagine it's going to be quite an incredible valuation that's going to be eye popping. But in terms of for us, no, I think what we have is a very clear strategy to differentiate ourselves to talk about sports and the impact of sports and impact being at quarter of our business plan, inclusion that I just mentioned to scarlet in terms of going after these fans and waiting and then being innovative. I think the last time I was here, I mentioned to Michael Barr, us going after Latinos by trying to tap into Chinese QSRs, right? Because that's the second most popular food and we have. And we've done some great partnerships there. So for us, it's thinking differently. And we've been very focused again on our strategy and so we're excited to be in that market. We know it is a fan, a sports market. And we believe that we have built a strategy and a foundation to take on these fans and waiting. Did you ever think in the history of sports? Because there was a moment where sports would make that frowny face is like, you get Benny the bookie out of here. We're not having any of that. And now it's a complete one 80. And sports embraces the gambling industry. Yeah, you know, I agree with you that it was definitely a time where you would never have paired the two together. But I think what's happened is folks have seen sports gaming as another way, not just to create revenue opportunities and sponsorships, but engagement. You now have fans who are engaged in these games in these one on one matchups in the competitive nature of sports because of the gaming component. And what you're now seeing is that a lot of those gaming platforms are as included, we do have our own gaming license that we were awarded by the state of Arizona. It's now become part of the content strategy as well. So it's not just the gaming part, but it's content, it's information. It's engagement. And again, these are the types of things that bring in fans that may not know anything or be engaged in hockey, but all of a sudden they are involved in their part of your fan base. It's kept the script here. I mean, talk to us about guys like Clayton Keller, Nick small, talk to us about these young kids that are coming up that are having great years, you know? I mean, how do they look this year? What kind of progress are they making? How do you measure that progress more importantly? Sure, I've been asked, you know, what is success going to look like? For us, we're going to measure success differently because we know we're in a multiyear strategic process. We're going to measure it by you just mentioned a couple of names. Nick schmaltz lost in Krause. Clayton Keller, these young leaders to see them continue to mature as leaders of this team. You're talking about guys that are in their mid 20s, but developing that leadership. Second, we want to see some of these young players. I was just in Boston for our second game against the Boston Bruins. We saw Dylan Gunther the 9th overall pick a 19 year old get on the ice and actually score a point in his first game, having an assist for us. That's the development. And then we have some incredible talent coming up. We're very excited about Logan Cooley, the third overall pick. He's just lighting it up. I'm going on air right here right now. He should be a hobie baker. Candidate for best player in college hockey on that. For us, our evaluation is that. When we look at successes, can our leaders continue to mature? Can these young players that are going to be playing can they take that next step? And then the young guys, the ones that are in our Tucson roadrunners, the ones that are in college that we're going to be bringing in. That's our evaluation. Sadly, we've got to leave it there Javier's special thanks to Javier Guterres for joining us on the Bloomberg business

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"logan cooley" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:05 min | Last month

"logan cooley" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Of things that bring in fans that may not know anything or be engaged in hockey, but all of a sudden they are involved in their part of your fan base. That's the script here. I mean, talk to us about guys like Clayton Keller, Nick small, to talk to us about these young kids that are coming up that are having great years, you know? I mean, how do they look this year? What kind of progress are they making? How do you measure that progress more importantly? Sure, I've been asked, you know, what is success going to look like for us? We're going to measure success differently because we know we're in a multiyear strategic process. We're going to measure it by you just mentioned a couple of names. Nick schmaltz lost in Krause, Clayton Keller, these young leaders to see them continue to mature as leaders of this team. You're talking about guys that are in their mid 20s, but it developing that leadership. Second, we want to see some of these young players. I was just in Boston for our second game against the Boston Bruins. So we saw Dylan Gunther the 9th overall pick a 19 year old get on the ice and actually score a point in his first game. Having an assist for us, that's the development. And then we have some incredible talent coming up, we're very excited about Logan Cooley, the third overall pick. He's just lighting it up. I'm going on air right here right now. He should be a hobie baker. Candidate for best player in college hockey on that. And so for us, our evaluation is that. When we look at successes, can our leaders continue to mature? Can these young players that are going to be playing can they take that next step? And then the young guys, the ones that are in our Tucson roadrunners, the ones that are in college that we're going to be bringing in. And that's our evaluation. Sadly, we've got to leave it there Javier's special thanks to Javier Guterres for joining us on the Bloomberg business of sports. If you want to hear more, we've got an extended conversation with him online now on the Bloomberg business of sports podcast. Get that wherever you get your podcasts. Up next, we welcome Isaiah, kazurinsky. He's a former NFL linebacker, who's now cofounder and managing partner of a venture capital fund that is straight ahead on the Bloomberg business of

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"logan cooley" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

05:20 min | 2 months ago

"logan cooley" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

"Two exhibition games were a little underwhelming for him, but he, you know, the two rookie games in Buffalo, he was great, the two scrimmages here with our team, I think he led our all players in scoring chances by a pretty decent margin. So he's been very good in parts. There's been a little, obviously, inconsistency in terms of how it translates to the exhibition games. But we've got to be we got to do what's right for him. And if we do, we said when we drafted him, we weren't looking for the best 18 year old. We were looking for the best NHL player down the road. And I don't think we do that without making the right decision for him and whether it's the popular decision or not. We're going to do what we believe is right. So that was, that was another lightning bolt of your initial initial foray into the managing was most people thinking that Shane Wright or maybe it's and terrific kids at the top of the draft and in Montreal at your first draft and maybe take us through that thought a little bit that landed you on slavkovsky as that's our pick and there's, you know, there's going to be noise around that pick. Yeah, I think there was certainly going to be noise and I knew Shane, who he gone to watch him play in Kingston a couple of times too during the year and I had the opportunity to see him quite a bit just because I had a son that would play the same age level as him. So dating back to world selects to the Canada games to under 17 worlds to the U 18 world. So I felt like I had a history automatic decent history on Logan Cooley nemesis where two others that we had less of a book on. So we watched a ton of video, we went over to Helsinki to watch. We brought a lot of people over so that we invited a lot of opinions into the equation and even those that weren't traveling and we asked them to watch on video and from the get go we told them we're going to make what we think is the right decision. And if that's not the popular decision, that's fine, but we want you guys to give us your honest opinion. Now, look ahead to beyond the exhibition season early in the regular season. I assume like every other general manager Kent, you know, you're open for business, right? I mean, if there's a deal that makes sense, if there's an aid sensitive player, a prospect that makes sense, then you're going to make that deal. How active are you in terms of a trade market right now? I always try to stay in touch with the other general managers understand what they're looking to do and share. We're looking to do. And if there's an opportunity to do something that improves our team, we'll do it. I think at the end, and we've talked a lot about it, Darren is we're trying to make sure that when we make a move, we can make short term moves here with this organization. But we want to make sure the moves that we make for the most part, something that's long term. That it's not a filler, but rather a piece for the future. That doesn't mean that at some point we don't have to do that just if we feel like we're too young or inexperienced and we need guys to have to be protected or insulated or time in the American Hockey League. So what we're using this pre season here to really evaluate, we've had some good young bees step up and play very, very well. And we want to continue to monitor it and we'll go from there.

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"logan cooley" Discussed on The Hockey PDOcast

The Hockey PDOcast

08:00 min | 4 months ago

"logan cooley" Discussed on The Hockey PDOcast

"Think that's where the perception kind of fell off and it was still something like that. He didn't play well in Ottawa, and regardless of what you think about the circumstances or whatnot. And he's done an awesome job since. So yeah, and I think also two things that I think you and I would agree with, one, use your opinions should be changed, you want players based on new information, presenting itself, too often I see that we make up our mind on a player and regardless of what happens. It could be a take that's outdated for three or four years. But we just stick with it. One might say, new information has come to light. Yes. Two, I think it's okay to admit when we don't know stuff. And I think we'd be much better off if that was a more commonly held take. Oftentimes, someone asked me about a player and they're like, what do you think about this guy? And I'm like, this is going to be very unsatisfying for you, but I don't know. Yeah. Because they've played 7 games in the NHL and they've been called up and down from the AHL and I don't watch them down there. And so I guess pull up their natural statute page and tell you about how they perform in those 8 games, but that might not be representative of the player they're going to be. And so then the person is probably thinking, man, you're a paid hockey journalist and that's your take on this guy. I expected you to know more. And it's like, well, there's so many players in the game. You can not know everything about everyone. Yeah, you need to avoid that day job at the take factory. From time to time, so I think I don't really know why I watch the NHL entry draft. All I know is I did have the one take that if you have the first overall pick, you should draft the guy that has been kind of earmarked as the first overall pick. For a few years, for a couple of years. Other than that, I didn't really have any reason, does that not go against new information presenting itself? Not that that's necessarily applies in this case. I'm just saying purely as a thought. No, no, no, fair enough. But yeah, beyond that, I didn't really have. I don't know, I don't really know what your isle of ski brings to the table. I don't really know what Simon nemec or Logan Cooley or cutter gautier, people that I follow and generally trust on prospects seem to like what Columbus did. And so I think a lot of my opinions being made of that, but these guys are wrong as much as I am. Or even more so. And I'm right not a lot. Well, yeah, well, I would say right relative to the rest of the field. When you can't be right on something where everyone agrees. Yeah. But you can, once you go rogue and you make and you have a take. That's kind of contrary to the rest of the field. Then that's when that's when I really start to pay attention to the results of that. And in those situations, I think, information does change. Well, I was wrong, but based on what I knew at the time, or when I'm right, it's, well, of course I was. This is what we knew at the time. That's what we know going forward. Is Matthias chuck going to score three and a half points for 60 next season. Probably not. And it's not going to change. People's perception of him in Calgary or wherever he's playing. Probably. Yeah. Yes. But yeah, I think it's very like we've touched on it. This is kind of a simple game. You have, it's fast moving, but you have 6 players moving the puck one way and 6 players moving the puck the other way. Some of them are better than the others, and it's very simple. Okay, now hold on. I got to cut you off there. Okay. So you said 6 players. Which implies that you think the goalie should also be moving the puck up the ice. Yeah. Oh, yeah. This is also something we've talked about. Is this going to be is this going to be are we going to start a 55 minute long discussion on goalies? I don't have 55 minutes worth of content about goalies. I might have 55 seconds because tying into what we just said about acknowledging when you don't know. I will plead that for a lot of goalies. Something I do feel very strongly about. Is goalie. But is the value? Is the value of goalies playing the pocket especially with a purpose of trying to be the guy who exits the zone and play a hero ball Mike Smith style? Is wildly overrated and the risk versus reward of breaking a war check three times as opposed to giving it away to one of those guys and it being an empty netter for them is so skewed towards the risk. Aspect of it that it just, it's not worth it. Well, yeah, so we talked earlier about a good train of defensemen as knowing who the best players are. Yeah, set the puck up to your best. Do a skater. Someone that holds their stick the right way to handle the podcast. Yeah, I think I agree with that for sure. I think that there are certainly defensemen that are better at setting the table. There are some times when it's good to send the puck down the ice. And also Andre vasilevskiy loves doing that when to have a bass on the power play. Puckett's cleared. Penalty killers are changing and just kind of out of the corner of the screen. Like the broadcast is cut away to watching someone who that just blocked a shot go off the ice. And all of a sudden it cuts back to the center ice camera because basilisks come out. And I think he picks a spot really well. I don't think that Smith did. Or does, is Mike Smith does Mike Smith of the contract these days. He has one more year left, but I believe he will not be playing next season, so you know what? I'm not closing the door on his plane grid because it would be very Mike's man that he came back. But I think we can both agree that there would be the game would be far more entertaining if you remove the trapezoid because you want to encourage goalies to play the puck because it leads to more scoring. Not for not for the defending team. You're right, the risk reward of a 30 foot pass as opposed to a two foot pass where you're just setting the table for someone. It might get you another chance to shoot the puck in to the other team zone. Yeah. But it's probably not doing more than that. Yeah, but boy, it looks cool when it's completed. It really doesn't. It looks like a normal pass. True. No, I've got one breakout pass you had. Against the sharks, I believe, and the regular season when you set up a breakaway for the OT one error was cool. Okay, but that's over time. That's barely hockey. That's true. And that is true. All right, we're done with about 45 minutes or so here. I'm gonna do we have any other stuff that we should talk about here as we, as we wind down. This is the first of many shows we're gonna do together, so we don't have to cover every topic. Well, I haven't. Well, yeah, I haven't signed an extension here. So we'll have to see what the viewership numbers are. Yeah. Viewership. Yeah, I don't think anyone's watching this right now. Well, listenership might be decent, but here ship is same as our listenership from ten years ago. We could talk about how complicated other banks make it to redeem credit card awards. Like how they require minimums and worse, how their awards flat out expire. Or we could talk about how with discover. You can redeem your rewards for cash in any amount at any time. I mean, talk about amazing. And now that we've talked about that, let's get back to the hockey PDO cast and hockey. You know, the stuff we actually talk about here. You can learn more, discover dot com slash redeem rewards that's discovered dot com slash redeem rewards. In terms of supply. 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"logan cooley" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

07:08 min | 5 months ago

"logan cooley" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Cities, there's a whole run up to the event. I remember, by the way, as a youngster when the draft is always held in New York, it was at the paramount theater at Madison Square Garden. It wasn't even in the main, you know, part of Madison Square Garden where the Nixon rangers play where, you know, 19,000 people can sit. It was in the paramount theater of Madison Square Garden, which is like a smallish theater within the confines of the building. And I remember as a high school, I guess I was a junior or a senior going to the 1990 6 draft. The jets I was Jeff in, the jets at the number one pick in the draft, keyshawn Johnson, so I went. And we sat there for hours, and it was great. And then, you know, as the draft grew in status and I got into this business, I went to the Radio City Music Hall draft where obviously that's a massive place and I've seen the expansion of the draft when it went to Philadelphia a few years back and just hundreds of thousands of people packing the roadway leading up to the steps of the art museum, rocky steps, you know? And you saw what happened when it was in Vegas this year, the amount of people, even with COVID, right? I mean, it's massive what's become of the NFL Draft, the NBA draft is a big spectacle as well. It's great. It's fun. Baseball has now started televising their draft just a few years back. I mean, it wasn't as if every year they televised a draft. It wasn't a big deal to them. And hockey has always tried to do a nice job televising it. They have the, you know, the top players be there, they had it in Montreal. You got fans. It's cool, right? And I tuned in yesterday to watch, because I love sports, and I am a hockey fan. So I wanted to watch. The problem is you can not get really invested in the NHL draft, even as a hockey fan, unless your team's picking first, second, third or whatever it might be, and even then it's hard to get invested for two reasons. One, you don't know these players. We aren't watching these guys. Euros left Kafka going number one overall to the Montreal Canadiens in Montreal is a cool story for the 2022 upper deck draft at the bell center. It's a cool story. And I'm sure he's a great player playing in Finland being a Slovakian. Did anybody watch TPS in league of Finland's top professional league play? A lot of TPS fans there, huh? A lot of you guys watch TPS on tape delay from Europe? No. You didn't, right? The number two guy, I don't know who he is either. I have no idea who these guys are and I've never seen them play. That's the issue. Simon or Simon nemec? Picked by the devil's number two, another Slovakian Logan coolies in America. I've never seen him play. Never seen him. Why? Because they're playing an overseas leagues for one. Or they're playing for the U.S. developmental league, which again, where am I watching those games? I'm not. I don't watch junior hockey coming out of Canada like the oshawa generals. I'm not watching that. The Sue saint Marie, whoever's, right? Mustangs or whatever it is? Peterborough. I don't know. I don't know these guys. We can look at statistics and say, wow, they got put up big numbers, but a lot of guys coming from Europe a don't put up big numbers and B, the ones coming out of the OHL and these Canadian leagues, everybody puts up big numbers in those leagues. So the whole thing that I'm telling you and looking at is the fact that I don't feel invested in the NHL draft kind of like the baseball draft because for one, we just don't know these guys and we've never seen them play except for highlight reels. I can make a highlight reel of anybody and make them look great, right? Because it's picking and choosing a very minuscule amount of times in film compared to the entire body of work of watching them ten, 20, 30 times a year and seeing them play over the course of not just a game, but the season. We're looking at a two minute highlight reel going, yeah, that guy looks great. Maybe he looks terrible in the other film, right? We don't know. You can manipulate highlight reels left and right. High school prospects do it all the time to try to get college scholarships or coaches will, you know, pick the four great plays they've made, even though they may have had 20 terrible missed tackles right throughout the course of a game. That's the first problem. The second problem is, just because you draft a guy, when are you going to actually see him playing in the NHL? Even number one overall picks now don't go straight into the NHL. The guy last year who went number one overall, I believe played at Michigan this past year. Now he's going to be in the NHL a year after being drafted number one. Michigan had like 5 guys who are high first round picks on their roster this year. So maybe this Euros left kasky is going to be playing for the Canadians. This year may be returns to Finland for one more year of quote seasoning, right? This guy Logan Cooley, he went third overall to Arizona. I believe he's going to go play college hockey for a year. Look, I'm a New York ranger fan. They drafted Igor shishkin in like 2014. He didn't come to the states like 2019, like 2020. They drafted keandre Miller, he played a Wisconsin for a couple of years before he came. So just because you may get excited because they had a high draft pick and drafted a guy that an analyst tells you looks great and is a big part of your team's future. You're not going to even see him play at the NHL level most likely for a couple of years. And that's so similar to the baseball draft, right? The hockey draft mirrors to me the baseball draft, which is a bunch of college players or high school seniors and there's too many guys to choose from and we're not watching high school baseball and very few of us will sit there and watch the college World Series as fun as it is, very few people are actually going to sit there and watch the college World Series. So you don't know these guys. And then once you draft the guy even number one overall out of some high school and Round Rock Texas or Harvard Wesley high school in California, it's like the LA region, right? Part. Harvard westlake. Yeah, it's up in the valley. Yeah. North of LA powerhouse. There's like four guys that Major League Baseball right now right now who are like teammates at Harvard westlake at the same time. It's like what max freed I think of the braves Lucas giolito I think of the White Sox, the guy pitching for the Cardinals and I forgot who the other guy is. I think three or four guys off that scene like rotation or pitching staff were all high draft picks and are all playing in the major leagues right now. They better have one state that year. It's Phil bickford. Phil pick from the daughters. The Dodgers and who's the guy from the Cardinals I forgot. He just came back from I think his last name's Kennedy or something. He just came back from an injury. I think they all played, I think at the same time at Harvard westlake. Again, they better have one state. It's like when I think it was like Joey Gallo, Bryce Harper and I forgot who the other player was. We're all playing at the same time in Vegas. But again, you know, you draft a guy number one overall in baseball if he's in the major leagues three years later, that's a quick rise, right? He's an 18 year old kid out of high school.

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 Canadiens take Juraj Slafkovsky with top pick in NHL draft

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 5 months ago

Canadiens take Juraj Slafkovsky with top pick in NHL draft

"The Montreal Canadiens are hosting the NHL draft and they made a splash in the first round Thursday night picking Slovakian forward you rise lapkowski first overall over top seeded prospect Shane Wright Another Slovakian player was taken the New Jersey Devils elected defenseman Shimon Nimitz top American prospect in this year's draft Logan Cooley of Pittsburgh was selected third overall by the Arizona coyotes The U.S. national development program forward piled up 36 points in 24 games this season LA Larry Vieira Montreal

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"logan cooley" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:25 min | 5 months ago

"logan cooley" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Hate to see this. I think we all wanted a doll versus Djokovic in the finals of Wimbledon. We're not getting it out in the doll has withdrawn from Friday's semifinal match against Nick yir Gio studio torn abdominal muscle now. Spanish newspaper marshes says that it is a 7 millimeter tear in the abdominal muscle. Now Kyrgyz will now walk over, he's gonna face the winner of the other semifinal match. That'll be top seeded Novak Djokovic versus 9 seed Cameron nori. Looking at the women's draw third seat on jabour advancing to her first Grand Slam finally three said win over unseated Tatiana Maria on the second semifinal match 16 seated Simona Halep loses in trade sets to 17 seated, Elena ria keena. WNBA star Brittany griner pleading guilty in a Russian court to bringing hashish oil into the country in her luggage back on February 17th. The two time Olympic gold medalist trial, though, does not end with a guilty plea as a judge will continue to read the full case file into the record, which could by the way go on for weeks or even months. Griner is facing up to ten years in prison with some believing that pleading guilty will facilitate a prisoner swap, which could get grindr home quicker. The NHL draft continuing in Montreal, Canada, the Canadians with the first overall pig they take you're a slavkovsky from Slovakia first overall second overall the New Jersey Devils take fellow Slovakian defense and Simon nemec third overall the Arizona coyote in the American Logan Cooley. He is a center. Baseball scoreboard local teams in action top 8 Baltimore four angels, one bottom of the 7th mets all over the Miami Marlins ten nothing, heading to the bottom of the 8th inning at Fenway Park Yankees holding on to a 6 to 5 lead over the Red Sox earlier it was Washington losing at Philadelphia 5 to three coming up any minute now. It's the San Francisco Giants at the San Diego Padres. I'm Dan Schwartzman that your Bloomberg world sports update, Juliet. Thanks, Dan. Have a great weekend. Coming up, we are going to talk about food security, which is at stake across Southeast Asia with some countries banning essential food items for export. We'll be joined by Jonathan sevro cofounder and see your queen kurz here in the Singapore studio. Also seeing a rebound in some of the hang seng tech players, Billy Billy jumping as much as 6.3% in Hong Kong. This is Bloomberg. How are financial services firms managing in this new reality? Claire Santa niello managing director at BNY Mellon's Pershing explains. If the current times have taught us anything, it's a critical role that technology plays in client relationships. Global conditions have created a business imperative for

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"logan cooley" Discussed on The Hockey PDOcast

The Hockey PDOcast

04:11 min | 5 months ago

"logan cooley" Discussed on The Hockey PDOcast

"And so if he can do those things, even if he's not necessarily going to be like the most dynamic player is not a sport ton of goals or have a lot of points. If he's able to just do those things and use his frame in that regard, that's going to serve him incredibly well in NHL and would give me a lot more confidence that he is going to pan out to be a legitimate difference maker. Which is what you're banking on if you're taking him second overall. How do you feel about that Chris? Yeah. You like that? Yeah, agreed, yeah. Yeah, no, that makes a lot of sense. So yeah, sorry, sorry for the delayed response. No, I like it. I mean, we got to keep it moving here. All right, I'm picking third for the coyotes. And I will take Logan Cooley here. I wasn't expecting him. You know what? I was like, you know what? I'm not even going to prep a thing on Cooley because I know Chris is going to take him in, all of a sudden, you throw a curveball for me there. What I do..

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"logan cooley" Discussed on The Hockey PDOcast

The Hockey PDOcast

05:05 min | 5 months ago

"logan cooley" Discussed on The Hockey PDOcast

"And I think that if the habs do make the selection that I believe I'm with cam, I think this is what they're going to do. That they're going to be happy with it. And the fans will too. I think it's going to be I hope that they are smart smart cam where like you mentioned and have faith in them that you're going to have to have a little bit of patience because he didn't miss that year of development. He did not dominate outright this year. He did improve in the second half. If you but if you do, in his playoffs, if you include his playoff production as well with the rest of his stats, you know, basically the two halves of his season are almost even and points per game. So that's the interesting thing about him too, is that he did have that really good pop after the world juniors and then it kind of leveled out after that. Yeah. Yeah, I think the road map for ways that he can contribute is the most interesting to me. I have anyone in this class. So that's why I would have him first overall. But Chris, you're picking second here. For the New Jersey Devils. So I'll just let you let you go for it. Yeah, so I mean, since it is the Devils and since he sure and Jack Hughes are there, I do feel like the best option for them at this point is to go with your isle of kofsky. To get the big power winger, the scoring complimentary player, obviously I have Cooley very high. You could move them to the wing if you wanted to. Maybe he would one day supplant a T-shirt or Hughes. I don't necessarily think so. Outright, it would take him a while to get there. But I think that that's love kosky is fits a team need there. I think there's been some rumblings about how the Devils may have to consider trading up if the abs are really considering slok koski is as I do believe that they're considering all three players as far as I can tell I'm probably one of the defensemen as well. And so that's, but for me Slovakia alongside a Jack Hughes or an being a top 6 scoring winger, they have Alexander holtz, I think slept Kafka is a better project. I think he's going to be a better player than holt still be, I think he's going to be a more consistent player at both ends of the ice. I like his ability to drive the net and also the confidence that he has offensively, that we saw in less, you know, he didn't get a chance to showcase the full complement of his skills and legal this year and no question the production throughout the season is concerning. But you know, one of the interesting things that was pointed out to me was to look at Andre kopitar's draft season and to see how most of it was most of his production came from the U 20 level. He didn't really produce it all at the SHL level. And then he had a big world championship and definitely I would say Slovakia is the eye test guy of the draft because you're basing it off of these pops of talent. But I think if the Devils, if it's not, I just don't think that either Shane Wright or Logan Cooley would be a fit for the Devils. He just, I think that they have those guys and you don't you would normally take best player available..

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"logan cooley" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

05:58 min | 5 months ago

"logan cooley" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

"He has to go back for his birthday. He's 40 as we record this here today. So we recorded the episode or at least a chunk of it his segment and I guess the Wi-Fi and Newfoundland isn't great. So it didn't come through. So we're going to do the cool vet dot CO segment here in episode 40. And miss, Chris, on his birthday as well. Happy birthday, Chris. Happy birthday, Chris. Who's coming out of sinus infection, which he picked up in Las Vegas, which is better than another round of COVID, which is what he actually thought he had. So here's to Chris Abbott getting healthier. But one of the fun things that we were talking about and we were acknowledging the NHL draft coming up. And who bet dot feel literally has odds on, okay, is Shane Wright going first overall as it's left koske. Where's Logan Cooley going to fit? How many Canadians are going to be drafted?.

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"logan cooley" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"logan cooley" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

"Look, look identical. They look like they're playing out of a rocking chair. A little bit of Chris pronger poised to them. You remember how pronger looked like he was half asleep with the Pocky just wait with it. And then just make the right play. Never looked like he was in a panic. Both power and evanson look like the same. Advancing is going to be in the NHL next year in Detroit. If that's the way the wings decide because you know how they are with their young guys. But just thinking they've got more outsider and they've got edmonson. Those are two 6 foot four 5 guys that can fly around the ice. They're in really good hands. Those are the guys drakes that are, I think NHL ready. There's a couple of draft eligibles. David era check from the Czechia is a 6 foot four defenseman. He'll be the first pick drafted first defenseman drafted. Big right handed kid. He's good. He's not gonna last very long. Logan Cooley is a centerment from the United States. Super impressed with him. Like he's a he's a top ten pick. Yuri cliff Kowski is a Slovak. My dad, this guy is a giant. He's about 6 foot four. He's got the size and power of a violin that you can better hands and I think better hockey scents. This kid is a player. So that now all of a sudden you're filling in your top ten there with the guys that I've just given you. And that's next year's two of the top three picks for sure. And Connor Bernard from Canada, who started as the 13th forward and quickly worked himself into a regular shift and Matthew Mitchell, who was, oh my God, this kid is entertaining is all heck. He's kind of like capris off for Minnesota, like dynamic, attack, shoot from everywhere, confident, this kid's a player. There's some really talented kids here. That's awesome, and we're looking forward to it as a tournament continues to fall forward in Alberta. Thanks for Boston pizza for helping us out with headlines today..

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"logan cooley" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

04:46 min | 1 year ago

"logan cooley" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

"You're in a hellacious bracket in red deer. The bracket makes you better. The bracket makes it better. And that's what tournament is all about making sure you're playing your best when it matters. But, you know, so you do like an appreciate being in a hard bracket because it's going to make you better and throughout the tournament. But be in versatile race is key. That's one of the big things I learned with our defenseman last year is they have to be able to handle traps. They have to be able to handle hard four checks. You know, and I think that's the same thing with your team, your team's got to be able to produce on the rush. You gotta be able to produce on play. You have to be versatile because you don't know, you know, some of these teams that back up and kind of owe 5 year or really sit back. Well, you know, they forced you to hurt it. You got to get pucks behind him. You got to get in there and get your body over and improve your offense that way because you're if you just try to be a rough stream or just try to skate through it, you're going to get really frustrated. Last year with the way the tournament played out, there seemed to be more draft eligible guys playing significant roles in various countries for you last year was Matty veneers who, you know, for a lot of us, we had just seen clips of them and then you watch them play and you're like Jesus kids really. Good. You know, he's just a solid solid guy all over the place. Could that be Logan Cooley this year for you? Well, I hope I certainly hope so. He's pushed into a bigger role, is he not? Yeah, he's definitely pushing a bigger role with border low being out. But, you know, he mentioned a couple of times in the summer he really looked a little timid at the start. You know, in 8 day camp in the summer, it really looked timid at the start. And then he kept getting better and better and eventually was I would say one of the top 5 forge for U.S. and the camp. So, and I've noticed him doing it again, you know, with us. I think it takes him a couple days to feel comfortable. I think it would be like that with anyone. And you know I remember when I did the tournament in 2007, we had James van reem steak in a very similar role. So I had some experience with it with a younger guy and you know the one thing that we did with Logan is we put him in a big roll right away and we go. He's with two two really good wingers two of our heavier wingers and you know he keeps getting better every day. So the exhibition against Finland will be a great test for him. But I'm excited for him. I'm excited for his tournament and you know he's the guy that we hope continues to get.

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