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"matt ellis" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

10:39 min | 1 year ago

"matt ellis" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"With Mike show open the bulldog not get totaled by an IRA ceasefire by Hamilton on WG are really pretty unnecessary Hamilton is the office manager being held back from all sports radio five fifty I love the voices there I think I think it was Hamilton there was a pretty bad job by Hamilton I have to say very soft spoken announcers Paul Hamilton joins us I think from Montreal before the Sabres returned home no game tonight no games upcoming much open the bulldog here Paul how are you I'm well how are you guys doing eight what does what do you know what kind of day have you had yeah I was just waiting I I think it was obvious it was obvious last night I think really that the NHL wouldn't be able to go on it was just a matter of what exactly were they going to do especially you know when the NBA went out they had to one now to with their players you know with with the corona virus so it was just basically a waiting game and then I think it got confirmed for sure when the NHL told teams not to go to their morning meetings in morning skates and all that kind of stuff five it's like okay there definitely is is it going to be a game tonight it just we just had to wait until they told the board of governors what was going on it wasn't really even a vote and from my everything that I heard peer but lebron say it wasn't even none of them even objected to it and then they finally made the announcement and everything is on hold until you know this thing gets better but you know sometimes I think the NHL it appears they think maybe it's a two or three week pot process and I would be shocked if this is a two or three week process yeah I I read today that the NBA look the the thinking within the NBA is that it's at least thirty days and then and then and then maybe maybe then they'll be able to revisit and so you know we'll see but like that's Hey maybe even that's optimistic who knows all right but that that at least the NBA's approaching it from we're we're looking at a month here and then and then maybe reassess well yet the NHL doesn't want their players running around traveling but they really can't stop him the the the other guys that can't travel earlier the guys from Europe they can't go back on it but the travel ban to Europe Ristolainen in that group you can't go home so there you know they have to they have to stay but who who's just you know teams are practicing the art meeting they are working out the gym together so who's to say somebody can't go somewhere else if they feel like it I wonder what teams need would want to do but I have here and what they would want to do I wonder what they're allowed to do maybe this will be something that we'll find out as as the as the days and weeks go by here Paul because if they let's just be maybe ridiculously optimistic it's a month right a month goes by and they okay we've got twelve games left for the forget whatever it is the words are playing again the teams would want especially teams in playoff races to say nothing of a team that's out of it would want their guys in shape and ready to go so it's not like teams would want their players to all just disappeared all points of the globe and like sit on a beach because you might still be playing the most meaningful hockey of the year in a one month or six weeks yeah but they can't practice on so I mean I mean they can operate like they could do the August thing right this on their own right if they wanted to but that's not really a practice that's just kind of skate around the rink and he's still a little all shiny and a few sprints and that kind of thing you know is terra and Matt Ellis sometimes shows up in bed and put them through their paces a little bit so I mean they could do that to stay sharp because you want to get injured either I mean if you if they all committed nobody praxis and they just start the games the same for everybody but you also don't want people's architecture either yeah what you can't predict here what no one can predict here is the length of time needed before sports leagues are ready to start to turn the lights back on but Mike Mike gash on basketball and hockey is that they would eventually in this is also I think optimistic they would eventually get back up and running in time to have a shorter playoffs where they can still have their offseason schedule they can still have July one you can't just like yesterday Polly said what happens if a pane of glass breaks with ninety seconds to go in the period bill send the teams the locker room in the put the end of the second period right on top of that the beginning of the third you really can't do that quite with this because teams have to conduct their business players will change teams and you know all that free agency all that a drowning right so I would think like if it's may one say just to pick a date I would think that they probably still want to get the finals over with it about the same amount of time maybe like a week or two longer what is that sound like to you I just think that's optimistic my I was thinkin the most optimistic thing I can think of is maybe the first league that maybe could get something going as Major League Baseball late in the summer it okay awesome Billy and then if they can't then the NFL would be the next that maybe could get started I mean in the United States you can't even get test kits unless you're the Utah Jazz I mean the normal people can't get test kits but yet thirty six people over over the Utah Jazz organization can get him in minutes I found that rather I read reading I read fifty eight yeah me too yeah yes yeah sure you're you're yeah I seen say it's mind boggling but it's really so so yeah so that's where we're at in the United States right now that's why I just I would love for this to be a short term thing but I I just I I I would say in my mind the most optimistic thought as baseball might be the first one back in it would be later in the season so you're sort of you you sound like I I don't know who words in your mouth like you you you sound like you're operating on the premise like this is it they're not gonna be able to continue this and the season is just going to go for naught and start back up next fall I mean I I don't have all the information right course I'm not a doctor or anything but I I yeah that we would just the way things are trending in the way things went over in Europe where and just the way things are bees seems to be being botched here in the United States and and the way as quickly as this is going and an escalating you know I I just don't know if if if they can't pull the train back into the station in time to be able to get the NHL and NBA going again I don't disagree with you I don't really disagree with your your outlook I just was thinking to say they're still going to want to have their right time to get players you know move around and go through all the business aspect of it and then start up again that's all if it turns out they may want is too optimistic or it's June one at their some date out there were they wouldn't wouldn't even bother probably that's what that's what I mean they wouldn't put that they would put the playoffs on in August I think yeah I need you to have to have the off season to a point now I remember when they were supposed to have a draft in autumn wa and they didn't do it they did the draft but it was it was just a thrown together thing in a hotel meeting room and and they just did the draft I mean I I heard somebody say a TSN that there's talk of maybe the draft this year would just be by phone and not even one tree all I'm thinking the same thing about the NFL draft which is course much sooner on the calendar like two months sooner than the NHL draft well I'm I'm definitely thinking like that you know that that's what you're going to be reduced to the still I think for the NFL there would still be some television product that you will create out of that but as far as like the big showcase and of course you know some court yard or whatever full of people are in the in the Jones case like a full bell centre in Montreal like right now forget it you know I'm just not I I just can't even imagine them being able to pull that together now in call mode talking a body you know and no venues over five hundred people come in New York state right now you know that means concerts and all sorts of things right you know just are and I think concerts report would probably got pulled anyway some of them already have I've noticed some of the tors upon him and stopped and but it's it's just you know a us a bad situation right now in the United States I imagine Paul Hamilton is with us on the western hotline from Montreal where the Sabres were supposed to play the Canadiens tonight but the NHL like every other major sports entity in North America it seems that pit pause at least if not flat out cancelled but they've stopped their season I I I think I know the answer to this because I I wouldn't expect you had access to players at all during this time but I'm wondering if you have any read on how the team is handling all of this no there is no access at all we asked and they said no no players or coaches GM during may will be made available it just all happened so fast I mean since the U. though even the last time we've actually talked to players I was actually supposed to talk to Kyle Okposo yesterday account for god and what I was gonna talk to him this morning and I was gonna talk to me a lot about this situation especially since he has young children it's an escalated even more than twenty four hours since I was going to talk to him and you know so it really really haven't had a chance to talk to the player since since is this escalated so quickly in the last two three days just so sad how predictable it was yes it was also easily predictable and foreseeable and like people were saying it and it just was not it was not heeded appropriately more with Paul Hamilton in a moment much open the bulldog WGR this show over the bulldog life about John tire studios down tires done deal WGR sports radio five fifty so here with.

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"matt ellis" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

Spittin' Chiclets

05:06 min | 1 year ago

"matt ellis" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

"You kidding me me. I mean it gets handed broken sticks in Chicago. Not The guy that's going to be checking my phone. I'm a man of honor that's true that's true I knew this. The last member of Buffalo some Paul Biz Nasty Bissonnette. What's up buddy are gonNA throw it right back to you but he just a team guy? He says like some of our travel schedules. The only reason we're recording on Saturday as opposed the Sunday is it. Because it's my fault so you're a team guy you kind of put it on the TV tell it just pretty special data mom that's going to be but nonetheless. I'm the reason that if something crazy happens on Saturday night. NHL which. I mean it's been a pretty crazy year. So far every Saturday there's some type of storyline if we ended up missing it and have to push it to the next episode sons on me boys but it's for a great cause. I get to go back home to well in Ontario for hometown. Hockey Ron Ron. Fuck and clean is coming. Well in Ontario Dude. I don't think you guys understand. This guy is Canadian royalty like. It's a Sunday night and I'm going to be had note afterward for a few POPs search for a lot of stories. I'm assuming and there's a lot of people are going to be hurting on Monday. Well and is going to be the least productive city in Canada on Monday. Coming appear and it's such an honor that I got asked to do it and remind you. Dan Pie is going to be there. Stanley champions with the Boston bruins probably he. Who's part of that fourth line? That was just incredible. Correct like Dan Pie. Unbelievable huge backup so he brought the cup home to Welland so vodka. He's royalty in Wellin- Alan. We got Dan Girardi who just retired. Unbelievable career. Guy Was undrafted. H Hawks eight bucks breakfast. Matt Ellis tell us a rudy type. Where do this guy like? No one ever thought he was going to see a game and ended up getting what two three hundred whatever it may be et greet NHL career. And then I got asked of course and we get to go. Thank everybody from back home. Who made our dreams possible? Because like you guys know coaches growing coming up. I was blessed. I had unbelievable coaches every year. I had a lawyer for a coach. Mark Larose who who when we couldn't find practice time or we weren't allocated the practice time from well a minor hockey. He would pay it of his own pocket and go rent ice in another city just so we can get on the ice like what. That's fucking wild. Isn't it something. Ah like guys like that. Mr Crawling Mr Shannon. All these different guys I get to go bank. And and they were all our coaches because we all came into the NHL at that same time so we all all had the like we were all getting passed on the exact same coaches so that was the formula for success. And of course I mean well and just you know it's a it's a tough town man you've breath you're behind the eight ball maybe a little bit. You don't have the resources the kids in Toronto do and we you know. We put our group of our core group of guys at that period of time. Kind of put it on the map. So it's going to be a very special day and I kind of rambled on there quite a bit. Well two things one Sunday night. Somebody's getting put on the workbench and well and to ooh I've been I've been when I worked up at Sports Net and even people at NHL Network that no Ron Maclean not often do you get a guy. That's that famous and that at high up and respected. There's never been a bad word. Said about the guy. People said he's to look the best guy ever work with when they they've been with him. I think he's done the Olympics and he's he's done it all and everyone says he's just a joy to be around. And the best part is I guess after all the work star Ronaldo and have a night firm soft he likes deserves saves it. He Crushes Drake's tell stories and he's one of those guys. The More Jersey has the happier he gets so we took a shirt off. Going to be fun for you because he took. He took his shirt off one time at a bar in Victoria and ripped up and he was. Yeah he's Jack and the picture went viral and like I don't think people understand the type of the pressure that's on this guy in order to deliver like Canadian news you mentioned I mean he's more he's more sports. If not all sports I mean you said he did the Olympics. Like you're on the center centerstage. You have to be on the ball every day and he a robot. He never really slips up until he goes to. The barn takes his shirt off and I wouldn't see it is. Yeah but he's your showing everyone that he's just poor crushing. Hgh Ronnie mcphee Look Hgh clain. So worst this nickname then no no. It's it's Dan. I love it age clean. It was but I wasn't being sarcastic. He walks in any place Jason Canada. Like whoa that's fucking rob mclane. He's he's I would say. He's just as recognizable as the prime minister in Canada. Yeah Definitely I. Would you say special offer strike off Rani my bad. That's good stuff though Biz funny. I almost said codger. Like the last of the FAB. Four when I brought you when I was like that obviously that comes from the Beatles. I'm like if we were the Beatles Beatles though I was thinking the WHO which one would we be and I was like obviously you to Apollon fuck and John I would say Whitney is John Lennon has glennon was kind of like grumpy. Be Sometimes shot. That's how bad you want me to get killed. Deer funked up her.

"matt ellis" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

11:36 min | 2 years ago

"matt ellis" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"They already have one of. He is Johan Larsson. They've to of that. Super super defensive centers who are very good in their own and very good penalty killers. But you can't you can almost expect nothing out of them in the offensive zone in Larson. I think has had moments this year, they got a lot of them. But I think he's been a good possession player in the offensive zone. And I think he's had a couple of good goals. I think we all see that like the goalies scores against the flyers. Like that was all him in roof. Did remember? On Eichel had that little disappearance in the Vancouver game and Johann Larson's dragging all over the conducts defenders hang on. Right. You're on ankles line for the moment Larson, but you didn't just slop jerseys. Did you write? He's not consistent at all. But offense, but he does have moments. But it said that you can go ahead and fully expect more offense from Johan Larsson than you can from Vladimir so Boca. I completely agree with that. Even though you might look at the stats and say, hey, voters got ten points. Larson's got eight. But I think that's kind of hiding something smoke has got ten points, ten point seven assists. I think those have been a lot of secondary assist as of late. Three goals on the season for Subotica two of which came in one game. Like one period, maybe even one for the rest. I looked this up in the last seventy nine games played for Subotica going back to last year in Saint Louis. Seventy nine games. He has five goals. Averaging roughly sixteen minutes of ice time in that span. But fifteen for the sabres this year seventeen for the blues last year. Smith has two goals is less sixteen total minutes played he played eleven last night. And he played eleven against New Jersey. And in the last sixteen minutes, he has played. He has two goals. Averaging sixteen minutes a night for seventy nine games sa- Boca has five and someone came back at me earlier today with but they're not the same position. One thing that the sabers actually have an advantage of right now is a lot of their forwards are versatile. There are a lot of them are actually former Centerman who have transitioned to play wing in their careers. Right now, they're sitting with a spot. Let's just four second takes out of the lineup. You still have four centers. You have Eichel. You have middle stat you've Rodriguez and you've Larsen and if you were to get into pinch. Gear Johnson's has played center a Latin his career he can be your fourth line center. And I don't think you'd miss a beat. Reinhard. They probably don't want to do this. But if you've got a pinch in the middle of a game he was drafted as a center, he played center all his life. And he's done it sparingly sense. He can do it. If you need them to they do not need Suka in this team. I'd almost rather see Kevin porter at this point. I'm not even kidding. They're so thin down the middle. Once you get past what they have in the organization right now. That's the next name. You talk about which is tough is Kevin porter. Like, I'd almost rather see him play at this point. I'm done. That's the worst contract on their team three and a half million for Vladimir so Boca. And the only reason he's really even here is because the blues wanted him in that trade. So all of that being said, it's not a crime to have him in the lineup. He can be on my fourth line. I won't be too upset. The reason that all this to me has been highlighted in the reason that you're even allowing fans and myself to get on a player like that when you overuse them. And that is exactly what Phil Housley he's been doing with the Boca. And that's one of the glaring parts of what Housley is done this season. That makes me start to question him is when you have a guy like that on the ice in three on three overtime. The moment in a game where skating ability and skill is highlighted more than ever is three on three overtime. And you've got a guy who has three goals on the season out there because he's taking a draw you need him to take a draw. Ryan Suter the wild defenseman took a draw and want it. Before like, it doesn't matter that much that you are. Leaving guys on the bench who are better players because you're trying to win the face off that doesn't make any sense. I respect the fact that possession is nine tenths of the law and overtime. If you have the puck, you're not you're not going to lose that way. We've seen it many times where that sort of thing the game against Montreal. That goes to overtime, for example. Montreal MRs their shot, crystal line and comes back the other way at the end of a shift rifles at in. It's in the net. A Mischa could be killer in overtime. So therefore possession is something that I do respect that out of fills. How Phil Housley thinking I respect that part of it. I think he's over thinking it, though, exactly on that scenario when blight him Spokane takes the ice before Jeff Skinner has seen the ice and overtime. You are thinking it, right? And really like if you do look at it on the sets he is the rest Centerman when it comes to face offs. Should I should have made? Sure to put that in there. He is. But not by enough where you're doing that in that spot. Yeah. China riley. He's a couple percentage points over your other guys Rodriguez cycle middle stat. Like, he's only a couple of percentage points over those guys. It's not a drastic difference where you need you should have him ever on the ice in a three on three overtime. He's gotten powerplay minutes this season. He has been on the ice when you were down one goal with the goalie polled. He has been the guy filled in for Eichel when Eichel left at one point with an injury. I think that was the Vancouver game. His instinct was to put the boat on line one. That worries me. When you're putting a guy in a role that he has no business being in. Because this point he hasn't proven to be capable of any of those roles. He's capable to do what I think all of us fans me everybody would foresee his job to be fourth line defensive minded forward. Who's a really good penalty killer? And he's putting way too many other spots. And that's when fans start to get on a guy like that. Why did everybody get on villi lane? Oh, more than Matt Ellis. Was it because Mandela's was a better hockey player? Villian? No, it was because Leinna was paid so much overpaid. And he was the guy who played on top six role and did nothing for you the expectations is where came and as it stands. Now. It's a three and a half million dollar player that you can't trust. I think to be in your top nine, and that's not on the sabres. That's on the blues. I don't know what they were thinking with that contract. But that was on the blues. Anyways, that doesn't overall point here on C Boca. I don't you don't have to be stuck with him in an important role. Just because you were stuck with him in that trade. You can let him be a role player while being three and a half million dollar cap on your books on your fourth line. And you don't have to worry about it. But when you're putting them on the ice and three on three overtime, Zach Bogosian and Evan Rodriguez. That's a bad job. And last night. I don't I'm still on the fence. I don't know if it was a Bronx cheer. If you're in the arena league, Texas, five fifty five fifty one let me know if you you thought it was because I'm on the fence some of us in the press box dot or on in this. We thought it was something and when Subotica Goshen and Rodriguez were on the ice. There was a relief when the puck went out of play because they've been chased around the Ronan seventeen gave the puck away like right in front of his own net. Omar bailed him out and when the police stopped and they went to the bench and Eichel. Darlene. Skinner came out that was maybe the biggest cheer of the night. I maybe want to chalk that up more to. Not a Bronx cheer to Housley. But just like alright liar. We go that these are our best three players. Let's go. This is going to be exciting. Yes. And to this over time, I think I want a chocolate the majority of that up to that. But I do want to leave a little bit of possibility that people were like, hey, coach, you got it as you know, we were all there last night in in the sweet. But I'm with you for one reason and one reason alone. I don't know if we're Bronx cheer gets that loud. Good point good point. That was probably originated excitement. I've heard some loud Bronx. Cheers, though. Yes. But that was what I let me let me let me add this point. Maybe it's not the volume. Maybe it wasn't just so loud. It was how long it was. Yes. Cheers are shorter. Exact okay. I know where it was. It seemed more of genuine excitement you could talk it up to that. But again, it was it was for me. It was part volume in the length you bring up as well as probably the best point about it. And really like it's not just spoke. There are couple of questionable decisions that I think we're all kind of getting on Housley for. I am not in a spot in this conversations come up on the station this week. I'm not a spot where I think you need to fire him at all after the season. Now at all, I can't see of scenario that's realistic where I'd want him fired. As a matter of fact, lost out as a matter of fact, breezy one of the conversations in the suite last night. I was talking with Brighton Wilson. And the question was. What happens, you know with Housley? If for example, they don't make the playoffs. I said if you don't make the playoffs, and you blew that Tang game winning streak and everything of the sort. You're probably in midseason watch next year. Another slow start in. You're probably kaput. I'm four that is like he feel starting to lose some rope. Especially with the fans, but I'm not really in that spot. Like, I'm still optimistic that this is going to work with him because I love the style of hockey wants to play. Yes, I agree. But it's just some of his decision making is making unabashedly facing the wall to the decisions that are happening within the style. He wants to play because there's some inconsistencies if you really are the coach that is gonna come in here, and you're gonna make your defense been play aggressive, which is the way I think teams should be playing nowadays have your defensemen pension joined the offense of Russia's play aggressive, style hockey and. To me. That means I want fast offense of minded puck moving defenseman. That's warrant pilot there've been some questionable decisions with him this season. That's not Zach Bogosian who is getting a ton of minutes this season. And even that's not restless crystalline, and he's playing about the same that he was under the last coach about the same. That's not Marco scandala who is yet to come out of the lineup. Even though he had as many mistakes as anybody on this team this season. There's some inconsistencies that do have me worried while I'm also being optimistic. So I'm still kind of on the fence with the coach. But like I said I'm not gonna stop at the end of the season. And I don't think really anybody should be two years..

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"matt ellis" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

13:35 min | 2 years ago

"matt ellis" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"If you have one give us a call and sabers tonight, they gotta take on Lovie on NBC there. Do you want to go over the lineup because there's the lineup down a few changes because no palm in Ville, and no Bergelin. And you wanna talk about Berlin. I because this is cleared waivers. It's official now he can sign with another team. We learned yesterday. I read on. Yes. So he's basically an. Unrestricted free agent right now. And it's just interesting how this is going to proceed because this is just a as much as you know. He has been put on unconditional waivers with the intent of terminating the contract. You certainly know that it's not going to be just done there. Now, the, you know, the the the next process, I would think would be most likely the NHL the NHL PA is going to file a grievance. All this process is the next part of the process is going to happen now also, and that'll be interesting to see what happens with that. Have we ever seen this? I don't I don't know. I I'm not saying this is the first, but I can't remember if this happened before there've been guy contracts terminated, well, I'd wake I think mardi yesterday discussed about the the situation with Brad. Mike Richards LA, Mike Richards at that time got caught with some. You know, drugs killer drugs at the border, you know, that he had in his shaving kit bag, and whatever he got caught, blah, blah, blah. And what happened was you know, he had I think four years four or five years of of five point seven five million dollar cap hit. So they had to pay him towards a twenty two million dollars. They ended up you know, term they tried to terminate his contract due to him having those drugs and the NHL PA got involved in. There was there was a settlement between the two sides. Mike Richards, never played another game in LA. There was also a situation this year with a with a player. The your no a player in Tampa Bay. Young defenseman at the time. Maybe you can now he just end up recently signing with. Anaheim Anaheim ducks this young man came to camp thirty five pounds, overweight. Okay. He was a two hundred and five pound guy. He weighed in at two forty. It's called Tampa Bay at the buffalo diet exactly Tampa Bay off can do it. I can do it. Tampa Bay was unhappy with him not taking care of himself, which they felt was a breach of the contract. So they basically put him on unconditional waivers to terminate his contract because he's not holding up his end of the bargain. There is a grievance going on now. But in the meantime, that player went and signed a contract with the Anaheim ducks for less money, of course. But you know, that'll that'll that's still I think in the works. Also, so the salary cap opening does that add your wish list is there something you want for this team going down the stretch, we're going to do our wish list, but you can call us eight oh three oh, five fifty eight eight eight five fifty to five fifty. He's at Craig fifty two on Twitter. I'm at the instigator seventy six I told those guys they said they were going to record it when I was walking out. I said if you guys fight tweeted to me. Because these two guys are just going to go out on the the movie last night just scrap. So I'm hoping I was hoping we were going to see a video of that. But I I doubt they did that this guy says merry Christmas. I wished to see Matt Ellis back on the show bang on. I miss Matty wouldn't mind seeing Mattie back on once in a while. Here you see what we can do about that. I think at Christmas wishlist for a lot of people, but might have to wait would be the Skinner signing, Jeff Skinner signing. You know, I think that's another thing people would want, but give us a call eight. Oh, three or five fifty eight hundred eight five fifty to five fifty solo couple changes to the lineup river probably gonna see Remmy Elion, which is good for Remmy Ellie. Yup. Remmy alley rate. Now from what the lines were stated yesterday was the Eichel line would stay together with Skinner and Reinhard. Subotica would have Rodriguez on the right side with Connor Sheree moving up from that from the middle stat line. So you'd have Subotica Rodriguez and Sheree the third line would be middle stat opposed to on the right Zam Gergen's going up and Zam guests. This this. This is the this is the line to me personally that I'm very interested in watching because I think I'm guessing has had a very very nice season up to this point. He's played his position and understanding hovers position. Very well. He's got lots of energy, he's physical. He's I on the Parke's. He's hard on the back. Check. I think that the, you know with the way that he plays, and maybe the confidence that he has right now. This is an exciting line to see Casey in Poso can Gergen's terms and I'm playing with middle stat and okposo I'm just crashing the net. Just get get right? Check out hunger, obviously, hungry in the four check and give the puck to one of those two guys and get to the Netto posters. Great down low. Yes. In middle stab. We know. How crafty he is in Gerguson. Listen. I've always believed in this guy. He's got some finish to his game. Yes. Granted I'll say that few years ago when we didn't have any first line wingers. I'm saying put him on the first line. He's your best most skilled player to play on the wing with Jackie didn't have anybody else. And you bring in Kane you have other guys, but this is a more suited role for him. But I, but when you have this is the this is the part about Gerguson that I think makes him so valuable is he can be that utility guy. He can move up your lineup. And you know what? And if Sherry were to get hurt I believe he could hold his own on the second line for for a week or two if he needed to to to fill a gap, depending on your situation in Rochester, of course. But I don't know. I liked this move. I think this is good for. I think this is good for them. And I think it would give middle stat. No postal a different type of player to play with. Well, is that is that is that I think that's how I see it. Anyway, the way I look at this. And you look at the middle stat Larson, I don't even know who's. The first or the second third or fourth line. You're talking about Rodriguez Sheree opposed to alley Larsen and Thompson. I mean, each one of these lines. I don't think sticks out to me. And that's where we are in a little bit of a standstill right now is we do not have an identified number one. We have a big boy I line, but our second third. They're they're they're not identified as two three and four. These three lines right now, we don't know who's going to get the produce the offense in these lines. But it's exciting to see something a little bit different. And and giving opportunity to a Gergen giving opportunity to Remmy Elie who I think he's going to be obviously, Hungary because he wants to go out. He wants to produce he wants to play. Well, so he can stay in the lineup that it's sometimes when you're hungry. That's when you're going to get the best play from these guys. Did you see genus tweet to us who Gina go? Check Twitter you to read it to you. Yes. Look at these gorgeous creatures. Creature is watching North Carolina. Happy holidays guys watching in North Carolina. Thank you very much. My wish list is as follows from Gino. So that first one was from Gina just to clarify. This one's from Gino acquire another center. Interesting. You should say that. Okay. Because we were going to get to a player here in a second re-signed Skinner. I think that's. And number three C at the instigator in Hollywood production. Acquired another center. What about Artem Anisimov? That up today. Someone tweeted that to us. I mean, you've been talking about a second line center to add depth. You know, Chicago's there Chicago. Yeah. And I think they're going to say that way for the rest of the year while I would imagine I. That went to me. I'm not quite sure that I can jump on that bandwagon. I just think that. We want guys that because if you bring in an ISA mov you're bringing in a player that has four point five five million dollars two years after this year. He's thirty years old. I don't think he's getting faster and the game right now is a boat speed. It's about speed. It's about puck control. It's about playmaking ability. You just have to be able to skate in today's game. And if you don't your team is eventually it's going to struggle and. That's I believe why the sabers right now are having the success that they are is because Jason Bochum at the start of the year went out and addressed the issue that most glaring issue and that was the speed up front and he brought in players Sabotka who who who can move. He can skate Connor Sheree fast Skinner fast. He brought in players to this lineup. And and they've built more speed into this lineup. And so far they're having that success. I think moving forward you whoever you're bringing into this lineup. They better be able to skate, and I just don't think you need some off is that guy. That that I would be looking at. All right. Matt Barnaby gonna join us at ten thirty look forward to talking to him lots of stuff on the docket for that. We're going to tell you about something that's coming up on February ninth that Matenaer doing down at river works and looking it's gonna be a pretty good time. So make sure you you come out and check it out. We'll tell you more about that at ten thirty. And what should what should be on the sabers wishlist is something we'll ask Matt Barnaby as well, as we know he follows the the league pretty closely couple of things here tweets Gergen's is Gergen sins is check not finish. I don't know if one of us said he was finished. But he's Latvian. So he's not even check Joey. So check your head. What up see whoops? Gonna throw a fair gonna if you're on somebody would have never in a million years finish that's number one. And number two. I knew that he wasn't check. I knew that he was from Latvia. Kevin tweets in sabres wishlist, a long stint for CJ Smith with the sabres. Interesting Botts finding a true second line center for the team and healthy long-term defensive core. CD's Smith interesting like what needs to happen injuries. You have that happening right now, you know with positive is. He is he a first call up guy. I don't know what they're thinking there because you've Neil Lander down there. I mean granted I I don't know their health right now. So, but there are a lot of players right now that I think are worthy of call up. And I would even go as far as saying I would want to see a guy like Justin Bailey here like a wishlist for me. And I know this is going off the rail a little bit. But I would if we're going to call somebody up from from Raj. I would love to see what Justin Bailey has to offer the squad in terms of speed with his size and see what he's learned in worked on since being back and Raj. What line was Jason Palmer Ville playing on fourth. No. Or second. He's playing on the second line was he yes. Okay. Okay. Was playing ten minutes a night. So I don't really know that that's a second. I look at I look at I think they play the other three lines pretty. Yeah. I I would look at I would like to see Neil Lander. If anyone's going to be called up. I wanna see the first rounder the eighth overall pick wells had three years to marinate in the minors. He is getting better. He's playing very, well it's and he got called up at the end of last year. I thought he played very well. Those three layer is Neil Lander. Is he went home for the summer? He came back and he looked fantastic in rookie camp. He looked fantastic. In the main camp, I wanna see this guy. Get an opportunity to take his game to the to another level. And sometimes just giving him a little piece of the piece of cookie, you know, to waive that Adam and say, listen, come up play three five games. And then you know, what most likely he's going to go back down because our injured guys are gonna come back and you allow him to continue to marinate and get better and learn in the minors. And I guess what I do as a host and hit the brake on time twenty four fifty rib. Boom. I got to cut you off because we gotta go to break because we don't wanna cut Matt Barnaby short..

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Software Engineering Daily

03:13 min | 2 years ago

"matt ellis" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"And this is this is clearly, you know, part of pinions all kind of pre face it with that. But if you really historically look at Tipco Tipco has fundamentally been that company behind the scenes that make sure the major players in the industry are able to deliver on their promises. So you know, we connect in operate against the data and the systems to make sure I I don't know your kid has their Christmas presents under the Christmas tree on Christmas day, man, that's powered by our technologies. So we've traditionally built technology that powers the world, you know, major players. So we're not necessarily interested in competing with cloud vendors like AWS, we wanna work together with AWS because they provide something immensely valuable to the table in. In we provide something that they don't which is the technology that enables the enables all of these other major players to facilitate their promises as as I did to earlier Leon anything you wanna add. I mean, if you if you look at what Madison saying I fundamentally agree with him. I mean, I don't think we want to compete with with the likes of for example, AWS with with whom we have an amazing partnership. And if you look at the innovation that that's coming from from joined companies, if you will it's it's much more than any of those two companies would have been able to do below. So rather than competing with it? I would say that the offerings that both of us have were definitely complement one another. Yeah, I'd agree with that. I mean, there is so much to be done in helping out insurance companies telcos banks these companies that are making their way towards being software companies towards being AI. Companies these companies with the tremendous data advantage that need a whole lot of help in terms of revamping, their technology and and building software company like processes that. It's it's much more. I see it at least much more as a positive some, you know, opportunity for partnerships rather than this zero sum competition for deals. I mean, people might see for example, like the Pentagon's competition for the ten billion dollar cloud budget, and they imagined that this is this is euro some battle between cloud gladiators. But for the most part, that's not really how it works. People are just picking and choosing technologies and those technologies are working better. And better with one another. Absolutely, I agree with you one hundred percent cool. Well, guys, thank you for coming out to offer engine daily been really great talking to you about flow. Goes there anything else that you want to add about the project? Yeah. I mean flow dot IO or hit us up on get hub. We've gotta get her channels. So if anyone's interested in or if we've confused them completely. Definitely feel free to to hit us up on gator, get hub and happy the Chet awesome. Well, thank you. Matt leon. Thank you. Thank you. All of the advances in data science and machine learning over the last few years. Most teams are still stuck trying to deploy their machine learning models manually that is tedious. It's resource intensive and often ends in various forms of failure the algorithm Mia AI.

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Software Engineering Daily

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"matt ellis" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"That is coming at a typical. But it's a new Tipco where you know, open. Sources the the tip of the spear. I remember talking to a friend of mine who spent five or ten years working in the quote IOT industry. And this was I think he he worked in it kind of early two thousands, maybe two thousand to two thousand ten around then or two thousand fifteen roughly and IOT is something that you know, it's been around the corner. For ten or fifteen years. But here, I think we're actually seeing it happen. It is coming to fruition. And we're seeing that I think you know, you see that in the rebranding of IOT to edge computing. It's almost like a more palatable reframing of it. Because the word IOT has such a blemish around. It. Do you think I o TS is finally happening? So I think it's happening. It's gonna continue to happen. I think the quote unquote, IOT segment is is massively fragmented massively confusing in the sense that you know, it's not a singular internet of things in that that form. So I do agree with you that, you know, rebranding counted to edge compute the helps clean that up a little bit. But also also changes the notion a little bit, right? So it's it's about moving compute to the edge. Not just having a network of things, but it's about doing things at the edge. So I think that's where a lot of the new notions are starting to to come up. It's what processing what? Logic. Can I move to the edge and then in fundamentally reduce my cloud ingress costs? Right. I mean, if you if you stick everything in the cloud, and that's the central point for everything, then this this network, this network of things the IOT in the IOT Rome has to communicate with the cloud for everything. I mean, that's massively expensive massively difficult in the sense of many of these devices that are sitting in remote locations that have poor to no network connectivity. So so I think the shift is the the reason why the rebranding to edge computers, not just to clean up the notion of IOT. But to also imply that things are actually happening at the edge. It's not just producing data. Not in a sense has been around for as you said for for really longtime, and quite honestly that was kind of what what spawned the big data era. If you really think about it. I mean, all these things at the edge producing data caused the data volumes to balloon and eventually became out of control. And then that's where. Had spark which produce things like, you know, massive distribution cluster. Distributing data processing and things like that. Now, we're we're shifting to the realm of that's actually do something at the edge. Just make the edge actionable and make the edge itself sparked. I'm always curious about the business strategy around software engineering, heavy companies and tiptoes and interesting one because you're very successful company. You're not exactly major cloud provider. You're not one of the AWS, Azure. Google cloud companies. You're also not a startup and have had lots of conversations with startups about how they are competing with the major cloud providers. And it's always interesting because the major cloud providers have such an advantage in terms of sales channel because they've got all these established customers, but on the other hand they have so much surface area that they need to cover and it's really hard for them to actually figure out. What is there? Their core competency other than I mean, they have a lot of core, competency, they have so much surface area to cover. So where do you find the business opportunities? And where where do you see as the best business opportunities for Tipco as you move into the future? Yeah. No. That's a fantastic question..

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Software Engineering Daily

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"matt ellis" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Talk more about other services and tools in the ecosystem that people might be using flow go with so for example, I think of things like AWS Lambda, or perhaps any number of these you know, is for machine learning like image recognition or object, classification or audio transcription. How do you see flow? Go fitting into that increasing server 'less application ecosystems, but funny that that you ask about about to release. So we were actually the at least the first application integration vendor that launched a native Lambda support for flow, go. So remember that notion a bit bit earlier where I said that the flow go flow, we can is essentially a function. So essentially, what would happen is you can you can leverage this notion of a Lambda trigger the Lambda trigger when. You Bill droplets nation, you essentially every flow that has a Lambda trigger gets produced as as its own function that can then run on on AWS Lambda. So we've even seen people use the Lambda trigger to write flow applications at actually serve up a Alexa, actions and things like that. So they've found it to their their echo. And then and then you can ask, you know, the to do certain things, and then it ends up hitting a flow. Go flow that's running in Lambda as a function who any of the logic, though, keep my not all of the event driven capabilities make fences Lambda functions so flows clearly do because they're kind of kind of this this singular event processing process engine if you will. But but say, you know, a contextual rules engine doesn't really make all that much sense as the Lambda function because hey, you know, once the function stops. He you must you have to assume that you're any state that you are persisting is now gone. So we definitely have things for for Landau girl. So looking at as your function support as well as Google cloud. Function support as well. So so server list is something that we truly believe as as being a being something that is quite important for for developers in the developers end and ops ops guys in the future. So were really supporting that. And then also the event driven notion of server service fits fits, very well within an are event driven pattern also flow. Go came out of Tipco where you guys work. Why is this being built at Tipco? What were the customer problems or the just ecosystem changes that you were seeing that led you to building flow go, so yeah, that is fantastic question a couple of things. So obviously, we decided that we needed to evaluate how proper cloud native and edged compute devices would function in the future and how we build technologies that support deployment paradigm and devices. So that that was one angle, and we also firmly believe that open source is the right solution. So if you take. Step back. I mean, we fundamentally believe open sources kind of the tip of the spear from an innovation perspective innovational happen in the community, it'll happen openly and will mature the product as a community not so much as a singular company. So that that's also a pretty big shift from from our historical strategy, which is something that I'm quite proud of men and really proud to be part of it's exciting. So yeah, it's it's like, you you kinda I guess the underlying point to your question was this fascinating..

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Software Engineering Daily

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"matt ellis" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Your application or your flow will will process data? So an event comes in off of a arrest, you know, arrest trigger or a calf trigger or whatever. Right. Maybe you enhance the data you quarry data from another data source. You enrich. Chit than you right into a database, and you do some other logic. And and then you return a result back to the caller. That's how you kind of start implementing your your micro service. And then again, we have that go API. So that you could leverage those four hundred contributions that exist in the get hub community to code your your API code, your, Microsoft, just just using go. We've got this other concept of so we've talked about the triggers already, but one of the unique benefits that we haven't yet touched on is that you could actually have multiple triggers bound to a single action. So if this case if we use the action as the flow, you can have multiple triggers bound to a single flow. Okay. And the flow itself is almost treated like a function. So we like to say it's kind of like a function as a flow if you will. So the flow has input parameters and the flow has output parameters. So when the the event source or when the data comes in off of one of these events orces, the trigger or the handler, actually maps the trigger. Data to your flow. And then you're flow operates against a predefined schema or predefined objects set, so the logic in your flow doesn't actually have to change even though you're consuming data from multiple different triggers. So in this case, it's allows you to really build a robust and kind of flexible, Microsoft, MRs in the sense that you can consume data from multiple different sources without changing any of your your app logic. If there are people listening right now, and they're still trying to figure out whether flow go fits some application. Use case that they have can you help them think through this who should be using flow. Go. Yes. So that's this offend has to question. So I think there are a number of different personas that should be looking at flow go, so so I four most of the most generic sense say anybody that wants to build event driven applications should look at flow go, so how do you wanna process he's events? Are you processing singular events are you processing stream of events or maybe. One of the other actions that we haven't talked about its flow go rules, which is a at the moment. It's it's really implementation of a rules that that rule network that that can perform execution of rules, against fact known fact, so it is stateful in the sense that historical facts can be persisted in in memory. And then you can execute rules against incoming events and then join them against those historical facts. So I'd say generically if you wanna look at if you want to get into event processing you want to consume. You're not quite sure I'm going to consume from casket today. But that could change later, but I don't want to change it or redo a bunch of application logic. Definitely look at flow go if you want something that's lightweight inefficient. Absolutely. Look if logos. So if event driven is something of interest to you, you need something that's lightweight efficient in you need something that has machine learning constructs built as native first class citizens within the the overarching ecosystem framework than absolutely look at flow. Go there as well. What are some other example, applications that you have used? Logo for this one? I will kick over to Leon. He's built amend and help people build quite a few different apps from slack integration. To a bunch of other stuff Leon to cure. So I'm actually starting off with decided to Craciun simply because that seemed very popular nowadays accident the group I was talking to earlier today. It was one of the things that they wanted to build simply because it's it's an easy way to watch extend slack with with even more capabilities than than you already have. And as mattress talking about the event driven paradigm. And in this case, it would be, you know, sending a slack command or Justice slack listening in to everything that is going on in particular channel some of the other applications that I've helped build is install so very simply people automating their their day today..

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Software Engineering Daily

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"matt ellis" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"That's what a trigger is. And what would be like an example of that? Like, if I'm developing my flow, go application or my flow, go micro service. What would be an example of a trigger? Okay. So in this case, if you're developing an application, you look at it in the sense that okay? So I wanna consume events from some source, so I wanna consume events from kaffa and I wanna consume events from M T. So calf gun 'em, Hugh, q t t or both might triggers. Okay. Those are listening on a certain calf topic not topic things like that waiting for events to come in once the event arrives at the trigger the trigger dispatches that event to a handler and the the whole purpose in life for a hand. Or is essentially to decide who processes that event. Or in other words, what action processes that event? So then a handler will dispatch that event to one or more actions, and then an action processes the event in a capability that's relevant with that particular style of event processing, so if you're processing singular event, and just maybe you're enriching the event and writing it to a data store, that's a flow. Okay. So a flow is a process is essentially a process engine that that includes things like flow control, and branching and conditional logic that allows you to take an event in process at single event. And then continue processing events says as they come in. If you wanted to do something like a stream processing than than you'd pass it to a stream action in the stream action has this notion of stateful nece that that persist over a period of time. And maybe you're aggregating something over a period of of time and things like that. You've also got the notion of of an internal channel. So the all of these individual event processing capabilities or actions can pass data from one point to another. So maybe you initially have trigger handler dispatches to a stream pipeline stream pipeline aggravates over a period of maybe fifty or whatever fifty second window does some other aggregation doesn't filtering and then passes processing over to a flow, which is said is a process engine, and that allows us to do things like check conditional logic right things to a database. Maybe we enrich the data. And then we maybe we publish that back out to another capital..

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Software Engineering Daily

04:29 min | 2 years ago

"matt ellis" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"And taking action is is obviously something that's massively important, but that's only one when portion of the equation flow. Go is described as this event driven ecosystem. It's not exactly. A framework describe what the goals of the flow. Go ecosystem are and what the scope of the project is. Yes. So this is this is rather interesting. So we kind of go back in time two years ago or so we sat down and we said, hey, listen. So you've got this. This new emergence of compute. That's coming online. How do you build an process data at the those edge devices? But also had you do it in a cloud native way in how do you build this? You know, this this concept of this framework. So we took a step back, and we came to the realization quite quickly that you cannot simply take an existing tech stack. That's, you know, maybe built in Java or no jazz or something like that and retrofit it to to work on on an edge device or a device with much less compute. So we began building up logo. We picked go laying as the language of choice for a number of reasons you can compile down natively compiled quite quickly. The binary are statically produced or statically compiled meaning. That you've got no no third party dependencies that you need to pull in at Runtime. So you the only thing you really need on these edge devices is an OS which in this case is oftentimes Lennox, and then you've got this tiny binary that runs. So it started out, you know, in in kind of that capacity. Iot was a classic example because you had resource restricted environments, though, cloud native was also something that was, you know, in the front of our mind as we were building out the framework, and then and then time time kind of progressed, and we said, you know, listen, so we've built this framework that is event driven by design. Meaning that you take an event you dispatching event to a worker a worker does something with that event. And and that's it. Right. So we kind of took a step back and say, listen. So an event is fundamentally just something that happens. There can be one of them. There can be millions of them. It's how you process the event that's actually different. So we began exploring the concept of stream processing as as. As it relates to M L model influencing. So we quickly came to the realization that hey, you know, what oftentimes this this? This raw data is actually meaningless on its own. How do you produce a derived value that that's meaningful and allows us to execute predictive models? So we implemented the stream processing action or in other words, the stream processing event processor. And that's how it started expanding into an ecosystem. Because of the way was originally built from the beginning that that it it does process events, we can add in different event processing capabilities amid expose those out to this this ecosystem notion, and then developers have a multitude of ways that they can they can build applications. They can build applications using web based environment or they could use our goal Lang lib and write their own go applications, and they can they can use it in a number of different capacities. So that's how it's kind of expanded overtime hope that make sense. Why has there been an increase in? People developing event driven applications. It's a good question. So I I mean in reality. There's nothing new about event driven applications in general, right? I mean, we've we've always had this notion of an event and how events are produced and consumed has change in the nomenclature perhaps. Yeah. Exactly, exactly. So so it also technologies evolved. So we've moved into things like M, Hugh, t and we've moved into to to consuming using things like kaffa, and the the notion and the simplicity of leveraging those technologies has kind of brought back up the importance of an oven event in less so of the the traditional request reply pipeline that we've been used to for for quite some time. Let's talk about the vocabulary within flow go. So you have triggers actions handlers flows. Explain what a trigger is an example of a trigger. Yeah. So a trigger is that event sink. Or event consumer if you will. So so something like a kaffa consumer or an t t listener, that's the notion of of a trigger. So that's that's the instance, or the the go go routine that that sitting there listening for events to come in on that particular pipeline..

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"matt ellis" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"matt ellis" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Those are where the stars of the league are going to step up. And I think that's what you saw out of an Alex Neil. Lander is the execution was way up in. Also, maybe you know, right now. Forechecking and the neutral zone transition. Maybe it's not going to be all up to speed. But if you get a two on one or you get a situation where you get yourself in. Nine men. Russia will be great. This is what I love about the guys. Right. And then you guys can't see right now. But Hristo is right in front of me. And he's stretching to be taken my my camera time away. So the guy seemed to be losing a lot more fun. We we we actually we have risk for now on camera. They're trying to take your airtime. I think he wants to be on TV when he's done playing hockey this guy. I think he loves the I think he I think he secretly loves our show, and you know, what he yelled out to the internet. What are you guys? But that's just because we pop up. So we love seeing him without a shirt on and talking about how how big he's gotten over the summer Marty. Let me ask you this that looks like two on one back in the day. I remember, Linda, you save all these names. Right. This is basically a continuous two on one where they done the puck the goalie stops by the D comes and picks it up so they're working on their goalies exchange with the defense. And then you have a counter on the far blue line with the one defensemen. And then you just go in and reenact the executions been good. We talked about the passing last year. I'm so many times in practice. Coach all sleep at to blow the whistle and get everybody at center ice and say guys let's make passes tape to tape. Let's let's make him in stride. Let's make him with speed and talking to Matt Ellis during the summer skates that the boys were having a harbour center. He said the pace was really high. There's a change in the in the approach of the players this year as opposed to the last few years now, it's it's easy to say that because the record is zero the regular season hasn't started. But Oakley that keeps up going because I think that's a recipe for success. To get the bleep out of here. I gotta move over risk those kicking me right out. He wants to be on TV. I'm telling you Hristo wants to be on TV. Love media. He loves us. He's just sin. So that's great mardi. If you three guys in tonight's lineup that you would want me on and Nana watch. Who would be the three guys that you would want to have is on. I love is. Whoa. Borgen is one of them. I mean, he was really good in the prospect challenge. Rasmus Darlene did a great and little scrimmage. The add the other day so dalliance going to be somebody to watch and see progression. We talked about risk twins Candela. I think Hristo and scandal are going to be really interesting to me the season to see if they are going to elevate themselves as a top number one pair, or if they're gonna let that go Avs, rasps dally and be the number one guy and be more of a second pair, and to me that is going to be very a story line for season, the weirdest Candela installation and are going to fit in this in this roster before we know is that the number one defense men, and we don't care that he's an eighteen year old guy, or do we do we rely on Hristo and scandal to be able to get that job done? So it starts tonight with those two. All right. And you're on tonight six thirty sabres game night on MSG. So we're looking forward to that games at seven o'clock. I will be tuned in. I'm Bill I believe river will be tuned in or even their mardi. You'll be tuned in we know that..

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"matt ellis" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"matt ellis" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Prior to, death camp I see him the first time he received in past department with the poise with his posture Return to one of my colleagues watch this, never aflutter on the puck everything was done clean employs a certain moment like that on a simple skill jump soda you're right away because it's usually a. Small part that, make a. Big difference in the end and, right away just handling the puck kind of jumped off and I said watch this and let's see where this. Goes the way she moves in the way he does, think there is a level of poised to everything poison purpose I like to call it just. Watching this movement patterns obviously efficiency, of the big word where he, comes with a lot of those drills Howard there there are based on feet hands separation there based on multiple skills having to think a step ahead such as the multi part drill being able to have to process and. Nowhere where your next step is going to be before you make the one prior to that Some of. The comments Matt Ellis who was on with us yesterday, here him every now and then on the instigators and he was on the coaching staff he. Was in with the guys on, ice who are running the recent, development camp and we had on yesterday just to expand on comedy made to Andrew Marty I think it was when he was on the instigators talking about Don lean had some really great thanks Darlene On the ice and off the ice from what he's seen so far and also talked about Casey? Middle stat Brendan Brendan Guli. So if you miss the interview it's available OnDemand, audio WGN five fifty dot. Com Breton also put up a nice article about the story yesterday with some quotes in there and, a link to the full interview yeah check it out if, you I bet, a, lot of your already pumped up about. Rasmi Darlene and if. You'd like to get, even more, excited Gullickson what had to say about him it was really interesting.

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WGR 550 Sports Radio

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"matt ellis" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"All, the all star games I did speaking of all star games friend of mine got in touch with me because we apparently misspoke the, MLB also game since the end of the two thousand sixteen season has actually meant nothing so last year also game was the. First time there was no playoff implications involved really got rid it must've followed the cubs Indians Did something happened trigger that or. They just kind of I don't know I'm still looking into it because it actually. Slipped my mind. I had forgotten last year was So do, you have any memory of last year's all star game how did that go is, there any difference. Really like no fence baseball's not really. Much of an effort sport? Like it's. Usually, it's most of the guys are. Standing around for most of. It so you can it's hard to not try in? Baseball you know. What I mean like hockey look you can just not backcheck. Football you can just not block Berry ball I guess is kind, of similar where. It's hard to not try but but. You cannot play defense who's? A Miami. Last, year I remember it being very. Pitcher pitcher friendly pitcher heavy A lot I believe, both sides went with less starters more relievers because of the one inning you know you never throw more than four or five out to the most, even your starter maybe only goes to innings but I, believe it, was one to one into the tenth inning in the, AL actually took the lead on a Robinson Cano homerun off. Wade Davis and the game ended two, to one, so Not on offense which is ironic. Because, the homerun derby was one of the, more fun ones that we've had since twenty fifteen maybe when Todd Frazier. And our pools went off it was like, new age versus young age Gotcha what's. What's your, what's your prediction for tight Bryce Harper hometown I like it I. Think the field is a little bit weaker, this year but I would not sleep on hey zoos Aguilar out of the one seed well you can't really sleep on them because but nobody really, knows about them or couch Warburg from. Chicago Gotcha all right nice Eight oh three oh five fifty. Is the phone number if you want to chime in on the all star games, and all their formats how would? You make him better also getting some more fantasy football. Party ideas in here what have you? Done in your drafts it's. Been. Creative and. Fun Get some. Good, stuff I've read a couple more. Of those on the other side of the break also I do wanna play back, the Matt Ellis interview from this? Morning with Howard on the morning show by all accounts. I listened to most of it it? Was really good good insight Doc me pretty excited for the season just talking about the young guys that. Were development camp. That are probably be on the. Team talking Guli middle, sad Darlene Maybe c. j. Smith, he signed, today Those are, probably the key guys that were developed McAfee would think have. A legit shot to make this roster let's. Take a break a little bit early. We'll come back with all of that it's..

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"matt ellis" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

Mac OS Ken

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"matt ellis" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

"Analysts appears to be kneedeep according to fierce wireless fries and management called out wearables like the apple watch specifically during the carrier's reason earnings call with analysts cfo matt ellis said that the operator added five hundred fifty thousand connected devices in its postpaid figures which he said were predominantly wearables remember when gene munster resigned as an apple analyst hari yes shearer it was a little over a year ago that he left piper jaffrey to start loop ventures that's a venture capital firm specializing in augmented reality and virtual reality solutions artificial intelligence and other advanced technologies that seriously you do something for years and years and how he's he's had to walk away apple insider has mr munster's firm offering new numbers not on a are not on v r or a ai and just for good measure e i e i o his latest notice on apple pay according to the lingering uncle apple pay his currently used by roughly one hundred twenty seven million users globally and yet only sixteen percent of iphones out there or used for payments quoting the peace the yearoveryear growth of apple bay as impressive rights loop ventures analyst gene munster noting apple's own claims of active user numbers more than doubling and with transactions more than tripling over the same period the report notes that this growth is taking place despite the firm's own estimate that only sixteen percent of global iphone users have turned on apple pay on their mobile devices.

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"matt ellis" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

Mac OS Ken

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"matt ellis" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

"Analysts appears to be kneedeep according to fierce wireless fries and management called out wearables like the apple watch specifically during the carrier's reason earnings call with analysts cfo matt ellis said that the operator added five hundred fifty thousand connected devices in its postpaid figures which he said were predominantly wearables remember when gene munster resigned as an apple analyst hari yes shearer it was a little over a year ago that he left piper jaffrey to start loop ventures that's a venture capital firm specializing in augmented reality and virtual reality solutions artificial intelligence and other advanced technologies that seriously you do something for years and years and how he's he's had to walk away apple insider has mr munster's firm offering new numbers not on a are not on v r or a ai and just for good measure e i e i o his latest notice on apple pay according to the lingering uncle apple pay his currently used by roughly one hundred twenty seven million users globally and yet only sixteen percent of iphones out there or used for payments quoting the peace the yearoveryear growth of apple bay as impressive rights loop ventures analyst gene munster noting apple's own claims of active user numbers more than doubling and with transactions more than tripling over the same period the report notes that this growth is taking place despite the firm's own estimate that only sixteen percent of global iphone users have turned on apple pay on their mobile devices.

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"matt ellis" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"matt ellis" Discussed on WDRC

"A plan to repeal the obamacare individual mandate democrats like ron wyden in claire mccaskill are furious and during tuesday's senate finance committee markup let republicans know this read defines the scope of this markup new we didn't know anything about this and that's why in his saw important that we get the time to address the people this is gonna hit our middle class people fittest instantly this whole deal was supposed to be about healthy but republicans like senator pat toomey from pennsylvania shot back saying the individual mandate is based on a flawed premise that the federal government should force americans to buy overpriced health insurance even if they don't want to adam shapiro fox news and other students fraternity gas and a college greek life suspension this time in tech said the president of texas state university says she's deeply saddened by the death of a fraternity pledge and is suspending all fraternity and sorority chapter activities pending a review of the entire greek life system on campus 20yearold sophomore matt ellis found unresponsive at in offcampus apartment monday morning and died a short time later denied newspaper says ellis was initiated into fi cap aside the night before police suspect alcohol was involved the case sadly reminiscent of what happened last week at florida state university and follows greek life suspensions there at penn state and lsu therese crowley fox's actors rose mcgowan who has been leading voice against sexual harassment as surrendered to police in suburban washington other drunk charge stemming from an incident where personal items of hers when left on a flight that landed at washington's dulles airport mcgowan's charged with possession of a controlled substance she was released on five thousand dollars bond lee sylla sarah fox news radio channel three warning weather from the talk of connecticut partly cloudy tonight lows in the twenty th partly sunny for wednesday highs in the upper 40s rain and wet snow.

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"matt ellis" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"matt ellis" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Shooting throughout the community suspect shot into homes at cars in one car hitting a woman and a child he also shot into a local elementary school where another child was said and this is where officers caught up with the suspect engaged two officers they returned fire the suspect was killed at the scene a total of seven crime scene none of the children shot are among the dead i'm jim rupe and other university suspends all fraternity and sorority chapter activities after the death of a frap pledge texas state university officials say matt ellis was found unresponsive after attending a party that fi cap us i fraternity members hosted sunday night police in san marcos about fifty miles south of ogdc they suspect alcohol played a role in our top see scheduled universities president says chapters won't be reinstated until a review is done at the entire fraternity and sororities system on campus earlier this month floor a state university's president announced a ban on all fraternities and sororities after the death of a student at a house party ran jury investigating an alleged cover up in the shooting death of low kwan macdonald has been dismissed after the special prosecutor assigned to the probe announced today that there will be no additional a dog deichmann dr nick gale has more that means there are three officers charged in the alleged coverup to protect officer jason van dyke including bedbugs partner the lead detective and another officer that was on the scene the grand jury which was convened in november of 2016 filed charges of conspiracy obstruction of justice and misconduct in june against detective david march and patrol officers joseph walsh and thomas gap meet the afghan veneers the october 2014 incident in which seventeen year old mcdonald was shot sixteen times by van dyke mcdonald had been in possession of a knife at add slash some vehicles official high on pcp at the time van dyke his by not guilty and is awaiting trial nick gale wlsam 890 news new details on the 2012 death of the owner of a.

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