26 Burst results for "Mitch Marner"

Golden Knights beat Maple Leafs 4-3 in OT, win 8th straight

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 2 weeks ago

Golden Knights beat Maple Leafs 4-3 in OT, win 8th straight

"Rightly Smith scored his second of the game 23 seconds into the extra frame as Vegas took a come from behind four three victory at Scotiabank arena The Toronto native was sent in alone and beat leafs netminder Eric sjogren for the game winner after tying the game in the third shorthanded We got off to a good start We're just trying to keep that going There's different guys that are chipping in every single night so we win by a committee and we're doing that right now Nicholas wa and Jack eichel were the other golden knights marksman The buds got tallies including two from timidly little grin and one from Mitch marner Logan Thompson kicked aside 22 shots for the victory as Vegas has now won 8 straight Jaw let there be Toronto

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Matthews scores 2, Toronto ends Boston's 7-game win streak

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 3 weeks ago

Matthews scores 2, Toronto ends Boston's 7-game win streak

"The ruined 7 game winning streak is over following a two one loss to the Maple Leafs Auston Matthews scored both Toronto goals on assists from Mitch marner Matthews snapped a one one tie with a power play goal with four 51 left in the second period I think just really pleased with the effort throughout the 60 minutes I thought you know playing really good team on the other end you know they're gonna get their chances and get their momentum swings but I thought we did a really good job just sticking with it Ilya samsonov made 13 saves for the Maple Leafs before leaving the game at the end of the second period with a knee injury Brad Marshawn scored on a penalty shot for his 800th NHL point I'm Dave ferry

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Hedman, Lightning beat Maple Leafs 5-3 to even series

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 7 months ago

Hedman, Lightning beat Maple Leafs 5-3 to even series

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Matthews' 3-point game powers Maple Leafs past Lightning 5-0

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 7 months ago

Matthews' 3-point game powers Maple Leafs past Lightning 5-0

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Matthews has 3 goals, Maple Leafs beat Lightning 6-2

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 8 months ago

Matthews has 3 goals, Maple Leafs beat Lightning 6-2

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"mitch marner" Discussed on The Lead

The Lead

06:04 min | 9 months ago

"mitch marner" Discussed on The Lead

"So Kevin after the Daniel Chara spent the bulk of his career with the Boston Bruins, he spent a year with the Washington capitals last season and is now with the New York islanders, the team that you cover. What was the logic consigning him? Well, they needed a left shot defenseman and the islanders they had made the Conference Finals two years in a row and they were just looking for some depth pieces to surround with their core that they believed could win a Stanley Cup this season and a lot of other people did as well. And what hurt them right away early in the season was Ryan polak, a defenseman got hurt, so there were forced to lean on Chara a little bit more than they had originally anticipated. And you know, it hasn't quite worked out. And that's not char his fault altogether. You know, the team has endured some pretty tough circumstances to go along with stretches of poor play. They start the season with 13 road games because they were opening a brand new building. They struggled during that season opening road trip. Every team it seems has had COVID outbreaks, but this team has had multiple COVID outbreaks. They were one of the earliest teams that had one and the league didn't pause the NHL schedule at that point. They really just made them plow through. That led to more losses. And they just really have never been able to find their footing and get any traction this season. And Chara has been okay. There's definitely some visible sides of him slowing down the feet and the hands and guys getting past them that maybe didn't get past him previously. And there's no denying it. They're just haven't been very good this season. So I do still think they believe in this core. I think assuming they do go on and miss the playoffs, which it would take a miracle to rebound to make the playoffs at this point. I still think they believe in the core for the most part. This isn't a team that's going to blow it up in the off season. They're going to try and retool and if they do that, I think they could come back and still be a very good team next season. Well, despite Chara's not so spectacular play on the ice this year, what's your sense of how he's been impacting this islanders team as a whole? Off the ice in the locker room, that sort of thing. Well, I know that he is really beloved by everyone that's around him. And you know, I think that really comes across in the development of one player this year, no adoption who's a young former first round pick of the islanders who's been paired mostly with Chara. And it's been a little bit of a mentorship role. Dobson is a guy that the islanders were hoping would take that next step in his career this season, and frankly he has. He's been one of the lone bright spots this season. He's really developing into a very good, young puck moving defenseman. They can create offense and be responsible in his own end. And I think he's leaned on Chara big time for advice and Chara, of course, is a guy that can offer him that sort of advice. A guy who's almost 45 years old, showing up at the rink early every day last to leave, being very respectful of all the people around him, very respectful of his teammates, the opposition, officials, but still doing what he has to do on the ice. He drops the gloves against a kid that's, you know, 15 years younger than he is and because they didn't like the way he was running around in the first period. Almost 45 years old and he was throwing him like he was 19 years of age and he landed a couple of real haymakers there and I mean look at the difference in size and then he gets the takedown. I mean that's the mark of a leader right there and that sort of stuff I do believe rubs off on younger teammates. And lastly, Kevin, what does the future hold for zdeno Chara? Will he be back for yet another season? I wouldn't be surprised if Chara says he still wants to play after this season, just because, you know, these guys, when they get that far, they don't want to stop this. Their whole lifestyle. I do believe there might be a team that would be interested in there have been reports too that there are teams that might be interested in acquiring him for a playoff run because he's a guy that can still be, I think, a contributor to a good team just because he can play on the penalty kill. He can still play ten to 12 minutes a night as long as you play him sheltered minutes and you're not putting him out there against players like Connor McDavid or Mitch marner and auston Matthews type. And he can also provide that toughness. You still a guy that will stand up for his teammates and drop the gloves and provide some of that necessary intimidation that only becomes more important than the playoffs. You know, I do believe this could and probably should be the end of the line for chars NHL player. And that's not speaking bad about the guy at all. It's just been a legendary career. He's going to make it till age 45, which is just hard to believe for a guy that size and a guy that, you know, was not a high round draft pick and really had to work himself into becoming an NHL player. I'm just a regular guy on this with you. I'm just trying to do my job and do it well and as best I can and. I love the game. I said it many times and I have such a passion for it and I'll do anything for your students. What Kevin, thanks so much for joining us today and breaking all this down. Yeah, thanks for having me. You can follow all of Kevin curses coverage of the New York islanders at the athletic dot com. From wondering the athletic, I'm out of skeletal. Thanks for listening. To hear more of the lead, you can follow us on Amazon music Spotify and Apple podcasts, or to listen to us on your Alexa enabled device, just say Alexa play the lead podcast. 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Matthews has 2 goals to take NHL lead, Maple Leafs beat Wild

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 9 months ago

Matthews has 2 goals to take NHL lead, Maple Leafs beat Wild

"Auston Matthews out of the game tying and winning goals for Toronto was leaps with Minnesota three one at Scotiabank arena after scoring his thirty fifth goal of the season to make it one one Matthews potted his second of the night on a given goal with Mitch Marner to take the lead lead in goals scored with thirty six nation to keep my mind off that stuff and just take it day by day focus on the games and you know what I'm capable of and I just try to bring it every night Alexander Kerfoot scored into an empty net goal Frederick Gaudreau was the lone wild goal getter Peter Morales extra twenty nine shots as a leap snapped a three game losing streak join the debate Toronto

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"mitch marner" Discussed on The Business of Esports

The Business of Esports

08:12 min | 9 months ago

"mitch marner" Discussed on The Business of Esports

"I'd be, I couldn't imagine how bad I'd be if that happened to me, but at the same time, there is that aspect of these guys are pros. They can tell you and they are elite at what they do. So you can't be too crazy with what you do. I think slowly, I think slowly it will start becoming more chirpy, plus they're getting more preheated. I think you're starting to see some more toxic stuff going on in game. And that's just, I think, for their mindset of trying to throw guys off their game to try to kind of take it to a different level. The second part of this question is the other piece that eSports has borrowed from traditional sports on is team team based leads. Activision Blizzard with Overwatch league and Call of Duty league really pioneered this where franchises were based around the city, right? So Boston has their Call of Duty league franchise. They have their Overwatch league franchise. And it's really about creating sort of nexus in Boston. This obviously works extremely well in traditional sports. It just being born in Toronto for the most part you're automatically a maple leaf span. And there's sort of real love for your city, sort of it's a human nature thing, human psychology thing. Do you think eSports needs this, one of the teams you mentioned, you'll walk up to is like a phase. Which is built a brand that's not dependent on any city, right? It's not tied to any city. Where do you feel is the future of teams? Is it city based? Is it just big brands like phase or cloud 9? Where do you think we're going to end up on that? I think it could be false. I think it's, I think it definitely is cool. It can be city based. I think there are a lot of cities that love playing video games at the same time. I love this competitive aspect of watching something new and seeing a different mindset of competitiveness. And I think it is cool when it is city based. Especially for guys that really do love playing video games. I think if it is city based, you're going to have more fans from that city, obviously, but at the same time, more people watching, more people interacting within more people telling their friends, family, stuff like that, because I think you see it. There's a lot of people that really do love playing video games love watching video games. I know what we have a lot of guys on our team that watch a lot of video games play it, but I'm just kind of enjoying, I think it can be both. For sure, but I think when you do have a city, you can try and bring more people into watching and be coming fans and supporting that because it's in your city and you want it to be successful. This brings us to, I think everyone's favorite new segment, and that's the honorable judge Jimmy peratus. Rapid fire questions here. Which we call judge Jimmy's cross examination to Jimmy take it away. Thanks, Paul. All right, we're going to wrap this up with some quick questions here for you, Mitch. First one, what is your favorite TV show to streamer to watch, can also be a movie actually because I want to broaden it to something that kind of shares video game IP that was adapted from a video game kind of lore or story. Right now, my favorite one is actually I'd probably go Yellowstone just because it kind of has that Red Dead Redemption field doing to be honest. Cowboys and just going around if someone's messing around with your property, you just take care of them. Kind of got that Red Dead Redemption feeling for me just watching it and kind of just seeing how these cowboys are and just kind of interaction with all the other people coming in and you got the big money guys trying to come in and trying to get in their space and it's just kind of got that feel that I love it. That's actually the third recommendation I got this week to watch Yellowstone so I need to stop sleeping on it. Yeah, it's addicted to think that I'll sleep on it too but now we're pretty heavily into it. What is your go to gamer snack or drink when you're playing? It depends how tired I am, a drink wise. It's hard Red Bull. I got the whole fridge set up downstairs, so I gotta right behind me. Nice and easy to grab, open up. Usually have one of those and then snack wise kind of hard. It's a little bit of try to not go finger foods to be honest. But at the same time, I'm usually not the one making it sort of my fiance's gonna make that come down to eat. So I guess whatever can't you choose I'm down to eat whatever that brought to me in front of me and play video games. Does that extend my next question was going to be broader in terms of your favorite cuisine or general food choice? Does that extend to that as well where it's kind of what she brings you or like if you guys are going to go out or it's your birthday, what kind of food are you looking at? Yeah, usually we're Italian steak. I mean, either or I can't go wrong with it, but I don't know, probably going talent. Past almost every day really just obviously with playing hockey. That's my preview and meal every single day and play hockey game as pasta and rose sauce. So you can never go wrong with that. I never get sick of it, so I thought I'd go valiant. Asking elite athletes what they always buried the pricing. But what did you want to hear, Paul? It's painful, right? He's eating broccoli every single day, right? But he's eating pasta and rose sauce. It's just depressing. Let me keep going. So you mentioned 007, you mentioned a lot of Call of Duty all time, what's your favorite game? I would probably go Call of Duty bottle or fair two. Just my favorite just all the maps, everything about it. Just Call of Duty. Yeah. Exactly. So that was my favorite one to be a part of. It was so much fun to play and I was probably the best at that one too. I think I was when I was really young and I was heavily just addicted in the game and just play every day. Every time I got home from school, right into my room, we're in the video games and then writes practice read home, trying to sneak a couple more games and if I could, but my parents sometimes kind of shut down down. All of ours, I think. Yeah, exactly. Last one, we'll wrap up here. What is your who is your favorite ninja turtle? This is a big debate we had last week, so. That's what Paul's laughing. That's a good one. This is the toughest interview question ever because their names are donatelli. Those movies back in the day and TV shows, those were those who were heavily on the martyr household TV and those are some great shows a lot. So that was a lot of fun. I'm gonna back back to you, Paul, thanks, Mitch. Mitch, just wrapping up here. How can people like a lot of our listeners are obviously people who work in the industry, a lot of brands, a lot of business people, obviously, how can people find out more about what you're doing in the gaming and eSports space, for example, or maybe about the foundation, where can people go to find out more? Yeah. Twitter and Instagram are the minor assist foundation. So they're on both Twitter and Instagram that's kind of how you stay up to date on maturity events, charity work. Kind of all the new stuff going out and trying to raise money for stuff..

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"mitch marner" Discussed on The Business of Esports

The Business of Esports

08:11 min | 9 months ago

"mitch marner" Discussed on The Business of Esports

"Streaming and I kind of knew a lot of people in my chat and it was actually cool because I could interact with them and I know kind of about them and stuff like that. And then when he did that, I brought a whole kind of new fan base and new people and new people to talk to and kind of just get to know people and it is kind of cool when you can talk to them. You see their chat and you can see them replying back and kind of asking questions and stuff like that but it was cool. It definitely is definitely eye opening and so on. It definitely brought in some new people and new fans and I think that was a cool thing about it. I'm wondering if you know I always like to ask the question of who benefits more. Did you get more followers as a hockey player to get more followers as a gamer, right? We're gamers discovering Mitch marner, the hockey player or hockey fans discovering Mitch marner, the gamer. Yeah. Well, it doesn't really matter, right? Maybe it doesn't matter to you. Yeah. Yeah, it doesn't really matter, but yeah, it's a great point. I mean, maybe a little bit of both. I think I have expressed my passion for gaming and media past couple of years, but when I do media, it's usually not about playing video games. It's usually about be honest, the off ice, all that stuff. Sometimes it gets carried away with, I think a lot of people think of sometimes they'll have maybe that mindset of gaming is kind of, I don't know, I don't know how to say it in the right words, but just kind of like some people I think still think of gaming as a waste of time and that's just people that don't really know the new age of gaming, the new kind of world we're in of how this thing's blowing up. You know, I think my love for gaming is there and I think it's a little bit of both of bringing people in that didn't always a gamer and also at the same time people come to me as a gamer and then they're like, oh, he's just kind of hockey player as well. Like it's a little bit of both and that was a cool thing about a head kind of interactions of fans that normal hockey player and fans that just think of me as a gamer kind of interacting in my chat and just talking about it and just kind of going over and it was kind of cool to see that. I left the point about people I suppose that aren't really educated in the space, not understanding the utility or the value of what's going on in this industry and what we're doing here and also of course about just streaming and being an authentic person on camera because you're interacting with all these people and that's something that doesn't come across in traditional sports all the time because it's more physical and less about the environment in the chat. I wanted to speak on those themes but applying it towards your work with sponsors. You're wearing a Red Bull hat in particular and I'm told and would love to hear more about your relationship with them and how you hope to or if there's anything you want to share there with Red Bull and anything that you're doing in eSports also I was told that you may or may not be supportive of or sitting on a Herman Miller gaming chair which we're big fans of around here. So Paul is in one at the moment. I've got two in the room. Yeah. I would love to sponsors are one of those, right? It took a while to educate them on the space and obviously Red Bull and Herman Miller early adapters or early adopters, I suppose. But I'm just curious the support that you've seen as a traditional athlete that obviously works with a lot of sponsors as well as kind of what you're seeing from them in the gaming world. Any comparisons positive insight that you could share. Yeah, well, the Herman Miller, those things are unreal. I didn't really have a great naming chair. And so I remember I reached out to my team and said, hey, because of this point, now we're really trying to get into the gaming industry and trying to put our footprint in. I guess you can call it and I remember I was kind of asking around about I need a new chair for my gaming setup and I remember I got the Herman Miller and I was like, oh, it's saying it's life-changing on the whole line. And it was hilarious because I remember I got in. I had some friends over and those are the guys that usually play video games with and I remember for Christmas and a pickle for getting them something and we're like, oh perfect. We know what we're getting them now. So we got them both her military their ball sit and comfy on them now and their space and loving in. It is a hell of a Terrence, real nice to hit in, especially for your games. And with Red Bull, they were the ones that kind of helped me out, get my whole set up downstairs really lock it in and just kind of get everything going for me and it is great to see them really be a part of the gaming industry now and kind of just want to help out why be a part of it. I think they're seeing that gaming is really taken off and blown up and if they're a part of it, they're going to get a lot of new fans within, I think also a lot of people are seeing more about Red Bull and seeing that it's got us still a little bit bad for the drink itself and I think people when they start doing the research Lamar saying kind of thing. It's actually not that bad here. It had a lot of benefits to it. The hermit Miller story is so funny because we covered on the podcast. I don't know if you remember, but LeBron actually was looking for a gaming chair and he put out on his Twitter like, hey, which one should I buy? And I remember we replied to him like, hey, even though we're not sponsored by every dollar, I'm just a huge fan of the product. But for a long time, this was like office and living room furniture, right? In some ways, Logitech sort of made the Logitech Herman Miller collab made it very cool. We did an episode with the head of logic that gaming and it's amazing story sort of behind the Herman Miller Logitech David chair. But I was going to say that you should just put it out to your Twitter following Michael LeBron did, right? You didn't even need to go to your team. You could have had the advice of your audience. What I got to go with, but I got very lucky with it and it's like dude just saying it's a spectacular chair. It's great to sit in, especially if you've got to go like some of those guys and those long hours, they do streaming and you've got to have a comfy terrorist. You have to tear your back and your butt apartment. You're in an uncomfy chair. It's not, I can't see it being pleasant for sitting there for 7, 8 hours streaming. Mitch, can we talk about retirement as a hockey player in the context of gaming? Hockey, I think most people would agree really tough sport on the body, right? Your careers are not like no one's playing hockey into their 50s. And so the careers are relatively short from a from an athlete or sports perspective. And I think the path traditionally, you know, especially if you were a successful hockey player, you go do broadcasting of some sort, right? Like you're on TSN or ESPN or whatever your commentator, and that was sort of the retirement path for a lot of hockey players. Do you think gaming provides sort of an interesting other option now to sort of, in terms of what life after hockey looks like and are you thinking of it in that way, or is that not consideration for you? Is gaming sort of the retirement plan for Mitch marner, the hockey player? Yeah. Hopefully I got at least ten more years. I'm hoping I got that, but no, definitely. You know, it definitely be a cool way to do that. And we're tired and kind of take my stuff, new places, and that would be streaming for sure. I think it would be a cool cool thing to do. Keep your fans around and be able to still be able to talk to them and interact with them. I actually forgot to mention, but another really cool thing we did with my stream when I was streaming, it's been about two years since I have now kind of starting to miss it a little.

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"mitch marner" Discussed on The Business of Esports

The Business of Esports

06:53 min | 9 months ago

"mitch marner" Discussed on The Business of Esports

"I think we all can reminisce in love. I don't know if we're gonna see any sports in there. But certainly a love or at least a lot of discussion here today around first person shooters, except with Fortnite, which is kind of in its own category. I'm curious what games interest and excite you. And again, like Paul said 5 years from now when you're signed to, I would substitute phase with X set personally because my own interest there. But when you're signed to a pro team 5 years from now, a pro eSports team that is what games do you think you'll be playing or do you hope to be playing that's either still around or maybe that next release that recaptures a lost audience that we see a lot of audience leaving Call of Duty right now, for example. So I'm curious where you're interests are in the specific games you play and kind of that tinfoil hat, what's the future of FPS? Yeah. I'm kind of jump over the map with games to be honest. Halo has always been a big one of mine. Big fan of halo. And then obviously Call of Duty that's another one that I just played my whole life. And then it's really been back and forth with those two. I had a couple of years where gears of war was kind of my go to game there with my brother and I remember we would always be together and that was a lot of fun and but it's always really been called duty for me. It's kind of just a game that I've always played. It's always a game that I've had the most fun playing of just also feeling that I'm the best at as well. That helps. Yeah, definitely nowadays. Let me see the halo, you see how competitive that is again. It's crazy to see and I definitely wouldn't be able to last too long in that atmosphere old thing. I think Call of Duty would be able to last too long, but I think I've maybe had a little bit better of a shot of being decent at it, gave apex a good try there for a little bit and that was that was a lot of fun as well, but again kind of just the flip of the mindset of the competitive edge of that one now and how you really got to think. You've got to play late game. You got to kind of strategize everything. It's a lot of thinking for me. Usually I like to call you just I like to go kind of rover and go running gun. Take myself into formal one fights and I believe like a win and apex obviously it's a lot more thinking involved and then me and my buddies were playing video games for not thinking to too much sometimes we're just taking a book out there and trying to get her Katie up and have fun with it. Who plays a team game in traditional sports, right? Well, you're a golfer, tennis player. You're used to needing to fake and seeing what's going on. I mean, I want to just dig a little bit into sort of the secret sauce that a guy like you could bring to eat sports, right? And you mentioned intended edge, do you think that's something that can be taught there are some eSports teams that are very focused on winning and I would categorize them like that. Like I would put sort of TSM in that in that bucket. Phase I would put on a different sort of end of the spectrum, right? More meat get content focused. And they're the best thing, right? Like in terms of the content they put out. First question is sort of, where does your interest lie? You mentioned competitive edge, right? So is it more like going and building an eSports team or joining any sports team that is focused on winning and then you can bring this I don't know if it can even be taught. I'm curious if you think sort of that competitive mindset can be taught to help win more. But we're on this spectrum of sort of hoodie org slash content creation on one end and sort of focus on winning on the other end. Where are you most excited I guess? That's a good one. I'd like to try and find a happy medium of both if I can, obviously. You know, the content stuff is cool, obviously I got to be able to stream a couple about a year and a half ago I was streaming actually quite a bit downstairs and it was a lot of fun just kind of feeling like you're kind of a content creator or something like that. Just having fun with your viewers, enjoying it. For my viewers, there's definitely something different that they haven't seen on me because usually when you see me or the helmet on and sometimes not saying the best of words if the camera factor you know, it was a really cool thing for me is just streaming, being able to interact with my fans in a different way and just kind of have fun with it. And the other side of it, you know, obviously from with the team or something like that and we're a new sports and hopefully we're doing the best we can of winning and being competitive every single year and I think the competitive mindset it can be brought to you a little bit but at the same time I think it's just kind of your own will, it's your own passion. It's the amount of hours and dedication you put in daily just trying to be better and I think that just come from your inner self and your inner mind and just push yourself to kind of be the best you can and then when the stage comes, you're ready to go. You're streaming. Do you find like you mentioned did some screaming last year? Do you find it helped you reach an entirely new audience? Or do you feel like it's just, because you've got millions of fans? Being a star on the Maple Leafs like you said, right? Hockey market, everyone knows you in Toronto. Everyone knows even Canada. I'm curious if you feel like streaming gaming opens you up to a new audience or is it your existing fans that come and watch you there? Where do you see the growth happening for you? Yeah, no, I think it's, I think it's a little bit of both. I think definitely more new fans that kind of just interacted with it and kind of just saw and was like, I think it's always cool when I go on Twitch. I see athletes playing Call of Duty Fortnite, whatever it is. I think it's always cool and a guy that actually I see a lot of playing with big streamers, MBS. I don't know how to really save the last name, but Mark bell does scantly, I think it's how you say it, the Green Bay Packers are super heavy. That's pretty cool. Just these change itself as well. And I think that's cool. It brings in definitely a different completely atmosphere and different fan environment and again, it's a different way to see who you are as a person and just kind of a different mindset of yourself. And I remember it was cool. I had his name's Cody. It's Twitch names exposed. He's a big elite fan as well. He actually calls it me the one day and he has like 2000 people watching him and posted me and brought in like, I was actually decent of like 500 viewers. It's pretty cool, a bunch of new people and new fans. But at this point, I'm already about two weeks into.

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"mitch marner" Discussed on The Business of Esports

The Business of Esports

06:46 min | 9 months ago

"mitch marner" Discussed on The Business of Esports

"Everybody and more importantly, Paul. Welcome back to New York City. It's been a minute. Business is back on track. We had like a 5 hour call last night. And it's crazy. It's like night and day with you. I don't know. I've been back in New York now, Jimmy for like four days, three four days, and I'm ready to go back to Florida. I'm seeing my tan start to fade already. You know, it's just, I think I've had enough here, the cold I've had enough, I'm ready to go back. They treated you too soft down there. I can see some mask lines on your face now from having to put that back on. But yeah, so for our regular viewers, I know so many of you listen to the podcast and that's okay. But for a regular viewer, you will notice that I am back back in New York City and the many of you will start seeing more content from the studio in New York. As a consequence, but yeah, it's good to be back to me and I think we have to find a way to have an office down there at least. So I don't feel like I'm going on vacation for three months. Which is not the case. But speaking of coal, there's maybe not the best way ever. I would call this a really special episode of the podcast. It's not usually that we have, you know, we've got great guests, a lot of C suite guests. I think this is a little bit out of the ordinary, and I'm just so excited to have this person on the podcast. And I just want to jump into it, Jimmy, because I think our audience is absolutely going to love this episode. And we have today, my mother then Mitch marner, Mitch marner, incredible hockey player, plays in the NHL for the Toronto Maple Leafs, is their alternate captain. He's been in the league for a while now. He's doing all kinds of cool things in eSports. We are so lucky to have him on Mitch. Welcome to the business of eSports podcast. Hey guys, thanks for having me on. I appreciate it. Mitch, for audience who maybe who aren't thy hard, but most know I'm Canadian and are die hard hockey, aren't I hurt my fans like me? Maybe give our audience a bit of your background a little bit about you, your interest in gaming, why you decided to do this anything in gaming, you know, why you got into gaming. But a little bit of the Mitch marner story. Yeah, I grew up born and raised in Toronto. Luckily enough, got pretty blessed with being able to play for team I cheered for my whole life growing up and started playing hockey and I was young or kind of just took off from there and decided to try and make a career out of it. Like gaming well kind of came around, I'd say the same kind of time 6, 7, you know, just playing I remember my brother always my dad actually was lucky enough to get us Nintendo 64 and remember playing 007 on that and just kind of all the fun games that that came with and just remember trying to stay up late nights trying to sneak off into my brother's room and play video games with my parents who were asleep that usually wanted me to sleep by, but kind of those loves came up at the same time and just, you know, my mindset was always hockey hockey hockey and I just found that gaming was a thing for me to kind of just get away from the game and folks on another thing but also I'm still keep that competitive edge of competing and trying to be the best of whether you're playing till death match or something like that just trying to be the best at that and kind of just cool of having a competitive legend in both things and want to be the best at both. But Mitch, I'm going to ask I'm going to start with some silly questions first but I have to get them out of the way. Yeah. If you could do it all over again, right? If you could have either one, would you have picked the NHL career or a professional gaming curve? Like if you could be on state like on the ice at maple leaf gardens, whatever, or if you could be on stage Call of Duty league, if you do it all over again, assuming money is the same, assuming everything is the same. What would you have picked out of curiosity? That's hard. I mean, I trained a lot harder for obviously hockey. But I'm sure my parents would definitely want me to say hockey in this. How much time is that price and money they spent just keeping me in this game and keeping you to try and be where I am now today and I think I would still say hockey hockey is my first real love. My parents got many, so I was one and a half the state around the outdoor rinks, parent cotton. And pushing that point on, there's just kind of fell in love with the game and I was just kind of saying video games and these kind of just a passage out of just relaxing my mind and just kind of going to a different world for me and it's also a great way of just staying in touch with a lot of my friends, especially these last couple of years. It's just been a lot of fun to kind of go on, play video games to relax, interact with my buddies that were able to see throughout those times. You know, you mentioned your parents, I'm curious, do you think there is a future where the same way your parents threw you on the ice at one and a half years old, right? Maybe not knowing you were going to be a great NHL hockey player. But through you on the ice, hoping maybe that you were going to be a great NHL hockey player. Do you think there's a future where parents are this encouraging but with gaming? Is that do you think we're close to that? I'm curious what you see out there because I'm sure you interact with a lot of your fans on your fans or kids and through the stuff you're doing gaming, which we're going to talk about obviously. But do you think that future is close? I do. I really do. I remember, I think it was kind of great when Fortnite started coming and really getting hot. I remember our team was really high into it. We had a lot of guys playing in just another way just to get away from hockey in this game, but at the same time, keep competitive and have fun with each other and kind of remember we did a lot of research and kind of seeing that people schools and university started bringing the gaming stuff to universities and you can get scholarship from being a pro Fortnite Call of Duty kind of either or video game and just kind of remember reading about that and seeing that it's really starting to blow up and do you think now it is more encouraging for parents to let kids play video games and I think if you see it right now through a Twitch YouTube just really anything of streaming wise and people playing it's blowing up everywhere and.

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"mitch marner" Discussed on The Business of Esports

The Business of Esports

01:50 min | 9 months ago

"mitch marner" Discussed on The Business of Esports

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Marner scores 2, Maple Leafs beat Hurricanes 4-3 in OT

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 10 months ago

Marner scores 2, Maple Leafs beat Hurricanes 4-3 in OT

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Reaves, Fox score 2 each as Rangers beat Maple Leafs 6-3

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 11 months ago

Reaves, Fox score 2 each as Rangers beat Maple Leafs 6-3

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"mitch marner" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

Spittin' Chiclets

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"mitch marner" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

"Dude, this team, like, you want martyr? You want martyr making that money on this team? No, I think what's happened and it's I mean, it's in the past. I think that when that all went down, he put an amount. What is it? An amount of immense immense amounts of struggling with the words today. Immense amount of pressure on himself. And the playoff performance hurts you and then now the fact that off of that horrible playoff performance, you think, okay, we're gonna at least get regular season Mitch to start the season and then everybody's gonna back off. And then all of a sudden he's got what one assist in the last 6 games to start the year. Top in here, granelli. Biz, he has 5 playoff goals in his career, but he doesn't have a single playoff goal in the past two seasons. There you go. So and then like I said, dating back to last regular season. I don't know when it's been since he scored a goal. So I think I just wonder I just wonder when you look at teams. It's like, you know, they decided, we're going to get as much as we possibly can get. And now it's like, look at this team. Look at how much money is given to those three guys. How do you how do you feel the cup contender when that's the case? I just think they got to get hot at the right time. And they got enough good players. They got enough good players, good ones. Like, for instance, what knee lander didn't play off last year if he can repeat that if they get in. If you got a great second line center in Tavares, if he's able to heat up, marner Matthews speak for themselves if they can find that playoffs drive. I just think it's all about timing with these guys. Because you see them go through these cycles. And that's what I'm going to base my hope on. And in the fact that they can actually keep Morgan Riley because he's up for contract. So there was a lot of question marks coming into the season, including Matthews coming off of injury as well. So it's early. I'm not chucking my Jersey on the ice. I still think this is a very good hockey team and I'm excited to see them turn it around. I'll say they're good, not putting very good on it, but they are a good team and it won't be this bad. But this is when you got a really kind of try to be as positive you can of your Mitch marner because like sulking. I'm not saying he's sulking, but sulking and being like, wow it's me, it's not gonna get you anywhere. You heard you're hearing that from somebody who fucking went through his whole career. He doesn't want to give Steve bangle a heart attack. He's probably upset. That's why he's shrug his shoulders. All right, boys moving right along. The New York ranges another team with a pretty good shot out of the gate of 4.1 on one stat. Four O and trip was their first perfect trip before or more games since February of 2015 that that big Saturday comeback versus Ottawa, losing two nothing with 5 minutes left, they scored three goals in the final three 20 to win the game home. It's got a little puck behind Jesus action there while we were watching. I know we talked about Fox on here. That passed from him to lindgren to Dee and Cohen to the crease absolutely unreal goal much of you guys caught that. But pretty adventurous game as well. Chris craddock crashed the net knocked in the Murray ended up knocking him out of the game. I don't think he did it deliberately. I don't think it was on purpose, but Brady could check one out for him, of course, Brady fought earlier in the game 5 Jacob trooper as well. Pretty entertainment tilt, but show the ranges look like a different team this year went so far that we saw last year. No doubt. They had one off night. It happened to be opening night when Washington put a beat down on them. And since then, it's been it's been lights out. The goaltending phenomenal shifter is sick. This guy, the shifter and sorokin in Long Island is shaping up to be two legendary goalies. But the islanders rangers rivalry, but and the fans are kind of chirping each other as to who's got the better goalie. I think yeah I kinda lean towards cirroc and I meant to tell you guys as much as it pains me to say, the islanders are winning the cop. The honor is running the cop. Yeah. I'll go back to the rangers quick. I hope so. I like this team. Have you seen revos little little scream before the game too? Sure can set us free or release us or whatever he says. So I think that they're fun to watch first off. I really enjoy watching this ranger team play to have some Ben and Jed in the front of your really kind of having a connection and crowd on that line. And then also like Panera turned strong, you know, Panera and make strong a better player than he is. I like storms game. I think Ryan's a great player, but when you're playing with Panera and he's like, this guy's gonna get him paid. He's gonna make this dude a lot of money. And so the ability to have Reeves on the fourth line with some toughness that they didn't have. I don't know enough about this heel Felipe. Is that his name? He's playing third line center right now. I know he's skilled offensively, but like Sammy blay on that line and go with the air. It's a different team than last year because I think they've just with a couple of additions. They've at least added a little bit of sandpaper and then Fox hasn't slowed down at all. So you talk about the slump after winning the Norris. Nope, we talked about him. We blew him last week so he can kind of hold the horses on that. I know he's watching. And you see the fucking plays he made on the road trip. He fucking needed in Nashville. And then the game against Ottawa man, the pump fakes you threw at the blue line even to open himself up to give that back door tap in..

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"mitch marner" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

Spittin' Chiclets

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"mitch marner" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

"With all the jewelry talk, I thought you were going to mention Tampa Bay in their new rings. They get the rings. We'll get to them a little bit later though. You got my hopes up to talk about fallout boy who had that concert that they had little private concert. But let's talk about the leaps. Before we get to mister negative wit, two, three and one out of the gate outs good 19 to 12 Mitch mono just one system in the first 6 games, lost the Matthews no points in the first three games. I know we obviously fixed that in the fourth game, but that first game versus the rangers when he came back, I know that was an insane game. The range is one two one Panera's own T go. I know mister Gretzky himself had an OT proposal you wanted to mention on the show. Yeah, unreal three on three. Matthews actually had almost ended up scoring. Was it sherkin in that when he ended up coming out and challenged him and true what made a great play on the puck, but those are the types of three on threes that you want the last ten minutes long. And I still think that the league should consider extending the three on three over time to ten minutes. I think David amber mentioned it online. As of right now, they say the PA just based on the safety of the players. Because usually the guy's playing three and three are the guys who have already lugged 22 minutes of ice time. And then as far as some D, maybe in the 28 minute range, so you don't want to play an even longer getting into different cities later. But I digress, what Wayne was saying is a lot of the times of these three on three is you're getting teams, even if they have possession in the offensive zone. Sometimes they'll bring the puck back to ragged. In order to reset, maybe get a few fresh players off. He said, once you cross center with it, you shouldn't be able to bring it back outside center ice. You could bring it back outside the zone, but not go past center. So you're not having these guys rag the puck and kill a lot of the three on three time. And he thinks that it'll increase the place the pace kind of like in basketball where you can't go over and back. I thought it was a nice little small proposal in order to make the pace pick up and not waste as much of the minimal three on three time that we have. Do you agree with that? Would you like to see the fact that you can't bring it back across center ice? Maybe let's say this when you get it full possession in the offensive zone. I'm trying to picture what it would look like. I don't know. I understand how when they do throw it back to the goal to really take it out of the office of zone to reset, maybe get some new guys in there and hopefully catch the other three tired, not allow them to change. But a lot of times they're going back and they kind of wheel it right back up. I think what ends up being an issue sometimes is when it's three on three and it's man on man in the office of zone that's just really nothing going on. That's when it's like most boring. I feel like because once you start getting the rushes back and forth, it's great. That over time was one of the best three on three over times I've ever seen. The other night rangers Toronto. I actually thought that game, it was Matthew's first game back. He could have had 8 goals. He was a force. But I guess I see what the great ones talking about. It's more about like it would just be weird off the hop seeing how it would go 'cause guys would still taking out of the zone but it would be harder to get the change. You couldn't throw it back to the goalie. I don't know. I don't know how I feel about that. I gotta think about it a little bit longer. Okay, so going back to the leaf, as far as they're playing, they're two, three and one. No need to. They just always a game over now. Well, three minutes after down through one, they stink. I guess I'm not wearing that puck line bet for fuck's sake. Shannon, I want my hundred bucks back. Before this game, they were leading the league in scoring chances, slot shots, cycle chances and rebound chances. And this comes from Mike Kelly, who's a big analytic guy. They're getting the cracks. Mariner is in a massive rut. I was listening to the 32 thoughts podcast and Elliott seemed to think that the noise, especially in the playoff time, definitely affects marner and it build it up. Especially through the run as game 7, like the series prolonged and went the game 7 excuse me. I don't know if that's carried over, but you listen to Morgan Morgan Riley speak or anyone that locker room, they say, despite the struggles that these guys have offensively, the attitude that they bring to the rink every day and their desire to get better and to want to win, that doesn't change. They don't shrug their shoulders or whatever it may be. That's why I have confidence in this team. We knew there was going to be some question marks coming in with the fact that they had to replace hymen. They did so by doing it with cheaper players like bunting. I don't know if necessarily the Richie experiments worked out. That was your boy though. Listen, I said he had a good preseason and the fact that he looked like he could step into that role. Do I put a lot of stock and preseason? No, but I was fucking hopeful. Because I'm a pessimist or no an optic. What is it? Shut up, wit, optimist. I'm not thank you, granelli. I'm an optimist. And I still think this team could fucking figure it out. They're going to make playoffs. I know that. I bet my dick on it. They're gonna figure out the offense. I just showed you all those analytical things that they've been doing properly. The puck's gonna find the back of the net. Mitch marner's still gonna end up getting, you know, 60, 70 points, and he's gonna heat up once he gets out of this rut. Everybody goes through it at some point in their career. Austin Matthews, we know he's going to get his scoring chances. He just potted his first this season. He's gonna get going. Everybody's bitching about Tavares looks slow to theirs look so you think he fucking cares about the first ten, 15 games this season, knowing this is a playoff team? No, he's gonna get the bus warmed up. He's gonna find his hot streak. The D's gonna get rolling. They're gonna get the goaltending they need for a fan to throw a Jersey on the ice when your team is two, three and one. You need a fucking brain transplant. Someone's trying to go viral or something because like come on. Two, three and one getting a.

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"mitch marner" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

31 Thoughts: The Podcast

06:37 min | 1 year ago

"mitch marner" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

"Really love that pressure. That spotlight that expectation. You know people say that your expression almost never changes even when you're being asked terrible questions on a podcast. You know like it's pretty impressive. Nick and where does that. Come from where you always like that. Did you have to be taught it. You know because you really carry yourself in a way. That is well beyond your age. Yeah i think just growing up. I was always Try to stay even keeled. Get it from my dad My grandpa's the same way. I try not to let anything bother me. I kind of learned in junior You don't wanna wish your energy on emotion during the game yelling at wraps her other players think just put all your energy towards the game and just trying to find ways to win like what causes. Knicks zouqi loses. Tamper isn't ryan leaving a mess around the house at the home or something like that. I'd say it's pretty rare Yeah me and my brother have had some heated stuff and many sticks but like playing video games with buddies all that kind of stuff but on the is Always having fun no matter what so. I'm pretty happy out there on the okay. Let me see if i can find one thing. Brady lyle all teammate of yours. yep he's already smiling so you've got some. I think i might have some here freeze. So brady lyle providence bruins. I know you're a big fan of patrice berge raw huge fan of patriotism and for good reason why not going to emulate a player in the nhl. That's a great wanna choose. brady lyle. Your buddy former teammate playing for providence. Yep going boston bruins organization whereas number thirty seven. Yeah he does. What does nick suzuki think of that. Always not getting in boston. If i were that in junior so i think it's a good number about brady's definitely switch out If he's going to make the boston boston team this year. Did you ever give anything for Sent hey man in the bruins organization. You can't wear thirty seven. Yeah i talked about when he got it. Mother buddy shoulders award thirty seven in ontario to also my number. So it's pretty funny. Thought i had something. That was good. Thought i was going to get it. That's that's about the biggest rise. I think One of the things. You've been asking a lot of the players is Good and bad of the canadian division was unique year. A unique division the played and we won't see it again The good and bad of playing in the scotia division. Or we just colloquially call it. The canadian division from mixes yuki good part thought. The travel was pretty easy Just staying in canada knock crossing the border during especially during the cova stuff was a lot easier instead of going through customs all kinds of stuff. The bad part playing the same team. I think we played the leafs like seventeen times. Yeah like does the amount of times we've played them Maybe caught a got a bit stale. But i thought games were competitive throughout the whole year. I wouldn't say there's too many bad things to say about it. I wondered you know. I wanna go back after game for that series. You guys are down three wind. You just lost two in a row at home. What happens in the aftermath of that game and maybe in the twenty four to forty eight hours before game five. The base changing point was we got a great team meeting The day after we lost a game for just how all the guys talk about. How special of a groupie were on. How close you are and that some of these guys would never have a great chance like this again. Just like that moment. Everyone really dowd in a new had to come back in the series We know how to far away to go but just needed to win one on the road and then never lose game. Sex home Those a thing that. I learned in gulf So i knew once we won game five. We'd be in good shape to make it to game seven. What was the the one thing that stood out to you. The most in that conversation who said it I think it was eric stall just talking about like he was traded here and then he just felt welcome right away. He knew how special group We had he knew he could go all the way him. Why burn price just talking to especially young guys like we don't really know what to expect and webby and price you had to make it made it to stanley cup. Final before so Just doing everything we could for. Those guys is what i wanted to do. It's like letting down your grandparents. Who's the one player that you think. We don't talk about enough on your team. The obvious guys get the headlines and there's superstars future hall of famers. Who don't we talk about enough. That's a good question. I think we have a law under eddie guys. I'm a big fan of guys. Just playing their role to perfection. guys like lebanon. He's a great player. Hard on the penalty. Kill tough to play against definitely doesn't get enough credit and then jeff future is awesome. I know he's been getting more media and stuff like that now but he's a horseback. There is easily plays thirty minutes a night and he had a great great to seasons. Since i've been on the team so i seem to be getting better all the time. Now when you first saw the red is what was. What was the team's reaction because i don't we saw. We were like holy smokes as after the game because he missed the game in montreal and no one really knew then. Someone's like wait till you see. Pd house no. I had no idea what to expect. And then all of a sudden he came in and like when you guys saw it it was a little bit better so like when we saw for the first time. There's a lot worse like just straight red is pretty scary to look at it. And he's like squinting can pretty bad but yeah playing through. That must've been pretty tough. Yeah unbelievable it's a big season coming up for you. I'm big season for the mantra is considering what happened last year. What are you most looking forward to this season. I know it's a short off season. Just time to heal up and get your strength back and get going again. But what are you looking forward to the most. I think i'm just looking forward to.

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"mitch marner" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

31 Thoughts: The Podcast

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"mitch marner" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

"No doubt in my mind that were winning because he plays you know. Twenty eight minutes of heavy minutes tonight. And he's an incredible defenseman. So i just thought when unfortunately he got hurt but for us. It was like all right now. Let's finish game six and go to toronto when games. Evan i wanted to ask you about weber did you know. Did you know that this might be for him as you guys played. I didn't know. But i also i mean i still don't really know what is going on. You know what i mean like. I've said the people who've asked me before. And whenever i mean what's wrong with them. I'm like the guys an absolute warrior. You know he's played hockey at two hundred and thirty pounds and played hockey the right way for so many years. So we'll see what happens. I'm going to montreal here in a week. And i'm sure i'm going to hear More and noman atop burs ensuite. See what's going on now. You talk to ever right but you just don't talk about that. I assume last time we spoke we We were talking about the blue jays and how they need to start winning games and they ever have they ever winning. So i guess yeah nobody He's a great guy. Does his presence alone in the locker room was like you walk in here like a shea weber like it's really cool so before we wrap up. I'm curious are you someone. That's personal goals for a season. And if so do you have any for this year Not necessarily think I've always kind of wanted to do better than my previous year. So hopefully do that this year. But we'll see. I think i'm old enough now in my career that i just wanna win games and the way that i play. I feel like i play the right way. I play two hundred two hundred four game and Not trying to sound cliche at all but That's just how. I was taught to play coming in the league with with darryl sutter as mccutchen for the right way you're not playing you're not gonna play You're playing some american teams now. The division is done who you looking forward to play in the most. I mean juiciest. Of course the montreal boston rivalry. I'm excited to play boston. And i'm excited to go back to staples center. Yeah and do that for the first time. Because i was supposed to go back with the vancouver and i think it was like maybe two games and then we would play there and then covert hit so you ready for the video. Yeah my my dad said. I'm gonna cry. And i said i bet you a hundred bucks. There's one there's one last one i have for you is. I heard a great story. You're on one of your junior tears. You had a chance to set a record for most consecutive games with the goal or point. And i've always been fascinated with dean lombardi and i heard he showed up for this game. And what would you like minus four with no points on something ridiculous. It was like a twenty seven game point streak or something and feuds calls me and he goes. I tie desire coming. We'll see you downstairs after his k. Awesome and i'm confident mike. No problem minus four five. Whatever it was. I'm walking out and fuses. I swear to god he's trying not to laugh as i'm walking out and denike think you said something like tyler came all the way to toronto. Thought you're supposed to be good. Oh my gosh my boss. I'm really. I'm really nervous. But that's i think that's gotta be favorite story about me We've all heard of whatever your name comes up. That's what i got a story about the Listen.

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"mitch marner" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

31 Thoughts: The Podcast

08:57 min | 1 year ago

"mitch marner" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

"Get that feeling back that us no london and use it a couple times feels pretty nice. So we'll see like tiger woods with the swing working Best of luck this season with the maple leafs and fingers crossed the olympics for you for me. Challenge to fully the montreal canadians. Thanks for joining us. Here on the podcast. I'll open with a similar question to when we had with With nick suzuki which is what crazy. Twelve months it's been for the montreal. Canadians what a crazy season it was. Capped off the stanley cup. final appearance. a great season for you as well. No question more. Just can you walk us through what it was like to be. Tailored to fully montreal canadian last season mentally was the hardest year of my career in the sense of. I guess you could say like the anxiety of not being able to go out gopher dinner knock go get your groceries. Basically you know telling you my wife did all the grocery shopping and took care of all that so it was definitely A scary feeling of trying to stay away from kovic. 'cause if you got cold you felt bad for yourself and then you're you're nervous that you're going to take your team down in a way so it was weird A season i'll remember forever. But then obviously i had a ton of success in going into a new team I didn't know anybody. So i mean i knew of guys but i wasn't necessarily friends with anybody so I was going blind so you got down. I'm curious about that. You go into a situation. We don't really know anyone and you had a great year. He obviously felt comfortable. Like who are the guys that you immediately sort of gravitated to. Who are the guys that made you feel welcome and became your buds. So galleon lucky To great guys Their best friends. So i'd play xbox or or call duty whatever with them That's kind of how i became friends with them was playing video games. Because you weren't allowed to really hang out either right and then jake evans We lived in the same building together. So we'd be you know walking two games together and once things kinda lifted a little bit. We started hanging hanging out a lot more after game stuff to at the apartment. You know our girls got along great too so it worked out because the thing is you had other opportunities and some of them. I think that carolina were quieter places. And you left some money on the table understand and you chose probably the hottest market in the league like montreal to me is the most intense place. I didn't realize you know anybody so you really went out on a limb before. Last season tyler. I think You know talking with my agent. Pat him being from montreal. He didn't push me in that direction. In a way he he told me straight up because if you play there and if you have a good year you're a star on my kwalik that's the complete opposite. Basically of playing for the la kings go. You can walk around anywhere and you know nobody really notices nor do they really care but in montreal. I'm walking around with a mask on a hat on and sunglasses and people still recognize me so it was the complete opposite basically of of playing for the kings. But i mean i got i got a taste of it in in vancouver and obviously in vancouver's nowhere near like it is much montreal. But i think that's kinda wanted to go to montreal because the way the market was in vancouver and Going for dinner people knowing who you are was It was a cool feeling. So you just wide your bills to be picked up not all hockey players alike that there's a lot of guys that just want to be going to be nhl player at the rink. And then. when i'm gone. I wanna be just private citizen. So you're not like that. You like being a hockey player. Twenty four seven. I'm not just citizen to foley walking down the street. I'm yellow to fully. Yes i mean for the most part obviously with me having a good season last year. Yeah exactly so. I mean it could be different within the next few years but i just think it's so fun and you're not going to be in the nhl forever and Like i said. I've seen kind of both sides of of the spectrum now and last year is a lotta fun and hopefully now that you know we get more fans and everything kinda is leaning towards going back to more normal. It's going to be a only getting better. Let let me ask you one thing about your season. And i was going to do this on hakkinen canada doing one ringside game that i did and it was you guys against vancouver and then you're injured for that game so it it the this hit evaporator and bring it back here for this podcast spot quiz when you played the oh l. Which team did you haunt the most. I e. Which team did you score the most against I think it was peterborough. Peterborough pete's one hundred percent. You are just haunted. The pete's last year you lay in the score box that's right yeah dumper the corner that's gonna shoot out in front of the right exactly. You haunted the vancouver canucks last year. Do you have an explanation. As to why midas touch fully revenge tour. It was funny because obviously that was a big topic. When i was scoring all the goals right and it was just one of those things where i. I don't know for me when when i get hot. It's you get hot. I mean besides ovechkin scored fifty goals and asleep a year for me. It's just finding the rhythm being confident. And i hadn't scored until i went to vancouver was like the fourth game of the earners wasn't like grip my stick to titles like damn and my am. I gonna score my like my bus right now. You know what i mean. New teams actually made exactly and i scored. The first goal is ak scored the second and i scored the third and it was just like all the boys on the bench. They're just laughing. And and then of course the media started going near the revenge or was just the whole time i was laughing and Still really good buddies with some of the guys on the team. So it's like this. It was awkward. You know what i mean. they understand. It's a business. There's a book to be written about the montreal canadians last year. You've been around a while. You've seen successes. You've seen disappointments. But i don't know if i've ever seen too many seasons that had all in one and then it didn't end in the off season there was weber there was price there's caulking yemi like what was the wildest thing that happened as a canadian last year in the off season i think we got shut down for cova there When army ended up testing positive. And then we got shut down for a week. I think is what it was. And i had just gotten hurt so i was like okay. Like whatever it's fine perfect. I'm not gonna miss as many games and then we saw the schedule that came out after and we ended up playing like seventeen games and you know thirty one thirty two days or something like that and we're tired. We were burnt out. Everybody kind of wrote us off because we started the season so well we're scoring goals at will and then we couldn't score at all so we literally would. We're doing everything. So when we came back from the covert break and were playing these games we were playing well and then you know we got burnt out slowly got in the playoffs. I think golly had missed all he broke his hand or something so he he had just come back. I think he played a game in lavelle. Yup him an price yup and so is dislike. What are we in for the day. Galley probably didn't know how he was gonna come back and play after missing two months or whatever you missed and so just go into the playoffs. Everybody had no hope us going against toronto. Especially and I think when we we beat them it was like oh you know you beat the leaves. They can never get around or something and we're like okay like whatever to play against winnipeg and everyone's like all they have no chance we beat him for and then it's like oh they're playing vegas. There's no they have no chance at all. Beat him in six or whatever it was and it's like it was almost like never ending and Obviously it would have been the cherry on top to win it all and have you know price her and webby win but just the way it was that you know that toronto series and that tron comeback was real special. That kicked it all off for you guys. At what point as a team did you get the feeling that we got these guys for me. I think to see how well pressures playing. It was just a matter of time that we were gonna start scoring goals. And i think mas got hurt and game six. And i was like we're going to toronto. Were winning game seven..

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"mitch marner" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

31 Thoughts: The Podcast

05:21 min | 1 year ago

"mitch marner" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

"Can you just explain the wrist. What you felt like you needed to do this at all. Something that you are. The fans should be worried about. No i'm duffin. I worried about it. I think Knows kind of nagging me all year and was able to kind of get it to calm down a little bit and so after the season we just kind of you know went through that whole process As you know as a team. And i made the decision just kind of see how it goes. Let it heal and see if it feels any better and then started skating again. You know rampant up the skating part of the summer and it just didn't really feel right so decided to get Get another opinion and Re image it and stuff like that and Just cleaned it up a little bit. It's nothing serious. I'm happy i'm happy. We got it done and You know my plan is to To be ready by by the time the The first games uh first games here. I was having a conversation about you a couple of weeks ago with someone who brought up a really interesting point and i'm sure there's someone listening to this right now. Who could probably find out actual numbers on this but a person talking to said. I bet austin matthews has the most third assists of anyone in the nhl because it seems he makes passes with the idea that he knows he's going to get it back and it sets up this chain of passing that he knows is gonna eventually lead to the puck coming back to him leading to a shot. When you make a pass in your mind you think. And i gotta get position here because in a couple more sequences. I'm gonna let it go. I don't know if i think about it like that. i think it's more just. I think i was taught like from a young age. It was always like pass and like move. You don't pass and go get open not not like really admiring the past so i think you know i make a pass whether it's an zone in it's it's about wanting to get the puck back and whether it's from the guy you just passed it's your you. Pass it vice versa. Whatever do another guy. It's it's all about getting open and the game so tight. Now everybody plays solid defensively so I think that's something that's It's really important trying to find space and get open for your teammates and be able to get the puck back see. I'm fascinated with the sort of the idea of the third assists which doesn't get credited as we all know. Is there someone that you've either played with or you watch and you say you know what this guy made the play but it's not gonna show up on the game sheet like is there is someone that consistently does that other on your team or another team. These say you know what. It's not going to get a point for this. But he made that play. I'd probably say like berge. I think it has to do something with like the position of playing center. So you know being like defensively responsible and helping break out the puck and then Maybe catching the other team. You know with the bad pen bad gap and then being able to send your wingers or the d. That's jumping in on an odd man rush or they can able. They're able to make plays with each other. So i think a lot of that has to do with maybe the position of playing center. But i'd have to go I think berge. John's kind of guy that that gets maybe a lot of third assists because he's always nearly position and is able to kind of break the puck out and get it to the other guys and they will go in and obviously use their skill. How do you look back at the end of last year. Do you think about it much or no. Yeah it's it's. I think it's hard not to A sense but it's also. There's there's nothing that i or we can do to obviously changed that. Unfortunately so i really just try not to get too hung up on. I think we obviously you know the first couple of weeks after that. It's it's really tough and it's really hard not to think about it and you know it really weighs on you but i think now i mean it's. It's a new season this year. There's nothing that we can do to change that so our focuses on the president and Moving forward and putting our best foot forward one of the things. I noticed about you and you can tell me if i'm wrong is that i don't think that you really care too much about what said outside. You care a lot about what you think about yourself and you. I think you have very high standards for your game. But you don't care a lot about what said outside. You know your linemate mar mitch monitor. He's had a lot of trouble with that. do you help him. In that way. Like say mitch. You have to stop caring about what said outside of here. Yeah i mean we've had conversations I think it's tough. Everybody's obviously different Everybody kind of approaches it differently in. It's tough i mean. We playing really big hockey market. Right and people really care and Comes a lot of pros and cons. So you know there's obviously a lot of like not very nice things that are going to be said to you on a daily basis and then obviously but how things transpired last year. You know you're just kinda add fuel fuel to the fire but you know we've had conversations and stuff like that and i know that he's You know evolving and progressing. And you know i think it's just about learning from from the past and putting your best. Ford was the best and worst thing about playing in the north division or canadian division last season the worst thing was just having a fancier Best thing was just being held the play hockey honestly. I can't really pinpoint anything else. But it was just nice to hawk even though you're playing the same sixteen teams over and over again but i think it was a lot of fun we made the most of it With what we could do with you know the guys and the restrictions ib had. But you know it's just nice to play hockey. Is there one american team. You're looking.

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"mitch marner" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

31 Thoughts: The Podcast

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"mitch marner" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

"Here on the podcast and before we get into hockey things. I'll have to put a picture of this elliott up on social so people can know talking about those. Maybe the coolest shoes i've ever seen him you like. Can you please describe these shoes to people and where you got them with the story behind them. i mean. There's not much of a story. I guess they're They're lou batons and they got some Some spikes on the toe and heel. I don't know they kind of match my suit so i don't wear them too often. I figured i'd i'd break him out today. Elliott is the fashion easter. Here on the podcast. Let's get your review of the kicks. Well the match. Which is spectacular. Anything i'd be saying to claim. I know anything about fashion. It's total bs. We know you're the true fashion guy. The three of us talking here because we've seen some of the stuff you've done in the past. So we're you saving these for this particular opportunity. Yeah i was just saving them for the nhl media day been locked up in my closet and just waiting for this day. But i don't. I don't think they go with a whole lot but yeah i don't know i just decided where the suit and i was looking for a pair of shoes that go with and just happened to fit the criteria. I guess how was your summer. It was good. It was really good. Saw you on Various red carpets Whether it's a ufc Events or elsewhere. What was the highlight for you couple those. Ufc fights for awesome. I've never been before so was kind of cool to get those first. Time is my first time. So does it was really interesting. The the energy in the atmosphere in the rina. It's like i've never experienced that before. He so my first one was. Ufc forty Mgm grand garden arena. Made event was Chamonix not and i was cage side and it was the weirdest experience because the first time he hear like a knuckle hit the jaw like that and we're not in kansas and the guy just shook it off like whoa. This is the like. I threw a punch from the seller. What was the moment where you said. Oh man i knew was nasty. But i had no idea it was like this. So like the first time. I went to phoenix and i was super pumped about that because my favorite fighters Israel at asana so he was the main card and Yeah he's a star so i was super pumped for that but there's a couple of weeks before that a guy like got. His arm like snap like hybrid snapped his elbow or dislocated our something. So they just catholic replied that that was bros and then D- fought edwards. I think that was Like the coleman event and get fight. Yeah i was gonna fighting. He was leaking. And i. And i just remember i got home and i looked at my shoes and i had blood on my shoes. Yeah so i thought it was like the coolest thing is like. It's for sure. His blood to because he was leak and a ton. That should've worn those today. They they didn't match this but Be cool and then. I mean the vegas one was kind of a completely different experience because of all the hype with with all that mcgregor pura and there's all the people that were there but yeah it's like a really nerve wracking feeling in there. I feel like it's just the it's really nervous energy because it's like nobody knows it's going to happen but like you know like something's about to go down the one thing that i always whenever i talked to two fighters always ask what goes through your head when you hear the door close like. That's an experience that very few of us in this world will have that experience. There's someone on the other side of this cage. The referee the might need to save. Someone's life and the door just like you just wonder what goes through. Someone's mind with that. I think it takes a special type of person to to want to happen there but It's i really got into it honesty when Like covert of started. And i think you'll see was like one of the sports that they were kind of started. Or maybe even the first sport that kinda start it back so i started watching it and i just really got into it A lot more. And the one thing i wonder to is that unfortunately with you had to play last year antiseptic environment. It was just You know so quiet. No fans i imagine that being there in a wild crowd you must have been saying. I can't wait until this happens for us in for sure You know especially in that saying like you really feed off the crowd and energy. It's the same thing for. I think all sports especially hockey that the fans in the crowd have they play such a big role in just creating that atmosphere whether you're on the road or home So we must have in those fans This year obviously. And you know it's not the same. The crowd noise isn't the same. As you know the real real life fan in the area if a fighter or a trainer ever say to you would you like to come into the octagon and try a couple of things. Would you do it. Yeah i'd love to like practice. I don't know if i truly want to go in there and compete against somebody like my parents They do like some sort of like martial arts kind of stuff for like working out And i've done it a little bit but like not too much. But i think it'd be a lot of fun to kind of work that into the routine to i guess a workout but also i guess even for self defense or whatever that may be but do that the guys in the nhl do that as as part of their their work routine. It's not even just the tough guys either. Just i mean Are timmy bannon is someone who's trained for a long time russians because i know Galkina trainer zone a little bit last couple of summers and he was like yeah like i go to the gym and i hit the pads for like thirty forty minutes and get out of there and i go do my workout so must be hashing thing. a little bit of business..

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"mitch marner" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

31 Thoughts: The Podcast

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"mitch marner" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

"Sad is said. I don't care and i'm going to do what it takes. I think mariner has not been able to do that yet. And i don't say that as a criticism jeff. I think all of us have to learn that like. I don't know if you saw the wall street journal story this week about facebook's internal stuff on instagram right like yep. Social media affects people in different ways. There's there's no question about it. And i had to get to a point where and i think. I've gotten a lot better at this now. Most of this stuff doesn't bother me. Like i remember there was there. Were a couple of people that use to tweet at me and one of them did it repeatedly and it was like every time i see you on. Tv i wish that hitler and finish the job in k. Like i used to get a guy who used to tweet that me and eventually i just said like you know what if someone's going to be that much of an ass that they're going to tweet that at you then. Twitter is not going to do anything about that like they just aren't so you have to just decide that some loser like that is not getting to your head. Now i don't shut off my mansions. I think martyr for a time this summer. Did i do recommend that to everybody who is bothered by those things. Shut off your mansions. I do have a quality filter. I've put on my phone so certain terms can't come up but generally it takes a lot for someone to offend me like i used to get things like Like when i was heavier before the pandemic started. I used to get jokes about how fat i was. All the time to stuff doesn't bother me and i think what you have to do is create an environment whether it's a filter or turning off your mansions where you can shut out the noise. And i really do think. And some of that from monitoring been his own internal people around him aren't always great for him. But i do think that there have been some things they've gone online and whether it's him looking added or people around him looking at it it's affected him and i think the leaves have said that look. There's always going to be noise. I did ask him about in the interview. People are gonna hear it like you have to say to that noise. It's enough because i think they feel that. That is a reason that monir in some of the big moments where you've seen him kind of crack a bit. It's not that they don't think he's capable and he's still young guy. I think that that's what they're trying to say to him. Is we think the noise that you let get to you. affects you and i don't think that happens to matthews matthews. Like forget it. But i think monitor takes it to heart and they really want him to learn about that. I think part of it from or two is. He's a toronto guy who lives in toronto. And so twenty. Four seven he has to be mitch martyr. Yeah there's no. I can just be and the contract has affected it. It's still cast a shadow. It's still does Creek in austin matthews. We'll we'll start with him on the podcast. Well i just think that. Like i said i think they feel differently about matthew's that he shots this stuff out. I think mathews has gotten better. Every year i look. I don't know what austin matthews future is here. I don't know if he's going to be a toronto maple leaf for his whole career. I believe he can handle this. I think he's got the assassins mentality and he talked about the wrist. As long as he's healthy you know i..

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"mitch marner" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

31 Thoughts: The Podcast

07:16 min | 1 year ago

"mitch marner" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast

"The first person by the way it hasn't commented on elliott sue. So if you'd like to get that out of the way please feel free. We can get our interview. Knowle's that's nice. La says no socks okay. Welcome once again to the podcasts. You'll notice elliot. I called the podcast. Because i still don't know what i should call this part shot playing game you have to get in the mindset. It's thirty two thoughts if the artwork isn't ready the artwork isn't ready but this season we are the thirty two thoughts podcast get into the mindset. Now i do have to tell everybody. The jeff has a reason for being a little off. Today we are taping the intro to this on wednesday in chicago and jeff is playing hurt. What happened to you. i've never had food poisoning in my life. And i don't know if it was food poisoning but i had a very unfortunate incident with my meal lost in my hotel room that that essentially kept me up all night and i'm still sorta surfing on the fumes of it so great. We took a six thirty. Pm eastern time flight from toronto chicago. We got in locally about eight o'clock to our hotel. I went out to meet some of our team. Colby armstrong michael addict. Kelsey scooby a couple of our producers and you went for some fast food and you lost fast food. One jeff. zero is mexican food mexican food. okay mexican food. one jeff. zero had nice workout. I'm like all right. This'll be gray's gonna meet you guys later on nope grounded. So jeff doesn't drink. He's a vegan now. Nowhere mexican food. I said you're going to be like a koala. You're only eucalyptus leaves arm running out of options of things to eat anyway. So thank you for playing hurt. Because you can't see jeff. Right now. Allman i can. You have never looked worse. I just have to tell you really. I've i've never seen you look. The sped rattled. the mexican. food rattled me but doesn't matter because there is a podcast on the horizon and today's podcast elliott is going to feature too much canadians and to toronto. Maple leafs the two halves tailored to foley who had a real nice season last year. Twenty eight goals in fifty two games and sound like a final appearance and nixon zouqi. Who has filipino. Is now a member of the los angeles kings thick suzuki finds himself has a number one center for a team to the finals last year. Also hear from michener and we'll hear from austin matthews of the toronto maple leafs. Do you have a thought. First of all. Starting with the haves players. I thought on suzuki a thought on tyler to maybe a thought on the montreal canadians in general one of the things we talked about with both suzuki into fully is how you know. It was such a crazy year and it didn't end the off. Season had one bombshell after another. There was shaver possibly never playing again. It appears as if that's where we're going kerry price being left unprotected in the uncertainty about whether or not he was going to be taken by the crackdown and the expansion draft. The drafting of logan may you and then. Of course the offer sheet with kotkin. Yemi and suzuki discusses that At length because their you know friends and normally in the off season you know there could be some big news around the draft or free agency but it just never ended with montreal. It all seemed to come from places we weren't expecting so you're the one thing that really struck me about suzuki and to fully in our conversations with them. They seemed really confident. You never know what you expect from everybody at the beginning of the year. They're in a good mood. They don't hate the media yet. We haven't said anything bad about them. They they haven't lost a game but both those guys seemed really relaxed. And you'll the tough thing is if you're in montreal. Now you know that unless you win the stanley cup this year. You can't do better than you did last year. And i think that is a very hard mentality to be around because it's almost a fetus. You're almost setting. You're up for defeat. But i saw two guys there that are in a good head space and are confident about the way things are see. I i just don't think you can think like that. Like i know. Sometimes fans think like that. But i don't think you really have a chance to win if you think like that and it didn't strike me either. One of those guys had a really negative mentality and suzuki. I think of all the young players. I've met in the national hockey league and i'm thirty years old. This guy we got nothing in common. I'm really impressed with him. The way he carries himself. he's been like that forever. Yeah he's been mature beyond his years going back to when he played no one sound. I remember a top prospects game and in quebec city. Kids are being. Kids and suzuki handled himself carried himself like a pro player. He's just always been that guy. I mean eliot like his hockey heroes. Patrice bergereon Modeling not just this game. But like his life how he carries himself how he behaves how he interacts after patrice bergeron and you can see it. And that guy is in the last year of his contract and that guy's teammates has got offer sheet six point one million dollars. You'll be well prepared for this. I think so too So you hear from nick suzuki. You will hear from tailored to fully as well also hear from mitch martyr. Before we get to austin matthews. We'll hear from mitch martyr. Thus was a tough one playoffs. Were a tough one. Specifically for michener Excellent hockey player supremely gifted so skilled and after the playoffs he was the one that warrant for the maple leafs. He was the target of the fans. That's gotta be tough to carry in the off season. I have a lot of thoughts on this. You know we've talked about this from the moment. The leaves laughed last year. One of the things that they discussed internally was letting their players know that this coming season was going to be huge. It could be the last one of this group. And i think that goes everywhere. I don't necessarily think that's just the players. I think it's organizationally front office. Wise coaching staff like if they if they lose again in the first round or don't make the playoffs in a worst case scenario. It's gonna be bad like there's gonna be multiple multiple changes. And so i think the whole organization has tried to create a sense of we. Better make this work this year. Like this this groups last stand. But i think the other thing in particular with some of the players not all of them but some of them. I think they're really trying to tell them to block out the noise. You have to stop with the noise and matthews. I really think doesn't care. Like i think mathews has that assassin mentality. I really do. I don't think he really cares. What set about him. And i think he just kind of looks at it like.

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"mitch marner" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

05:37 min | 1 year ago

"mitch marner" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"So I believe and some veteran players Yeah, in 98 99. They were fort in the Northeast Division. Okay, so Carolina made the playoffs. Carolina made the playoffs out of the Southeast because they were the top team, right? And they were basically they had They had 37 wins. They were the worst team going in. Carolina was worse, but they got a third seed because they cleanse the division, but they were Out of the other seven. But they had the right makeup, though, didn't they? They maybe didn't have the right makeup for regular season hockey. When all the penalties were called, I guess we're going back to the original question Was, Would you trade Jack for right? Um, Mich martyr. Right? Yeah, well, I mean, conversations they know to read to go. To go back to that. I wouldn't trade Jack for Mitch Marner. And it's it's I'm not saying that Mitch Marner is not equally on the same level as a Jack Eichel because he absolutely is times 10. All I'm saying is, I would be looking to move an extremely Productive player in a Sam Reinhart, who's basically the same age as Mitch Marner, who has produced less than Mitch Marner, but his still Who's still produced tremendously for the team that he's been on. And I look at Sam Reinhart, who's going to be you Look at Toronto. They have a cap issue. They have a tremendous amount of money tied up in in a in a couple players. I think Sam Reinhart would be a great addition and cost a lot less. Than a Mitch Marner. That's all I'm saying. And you're right. I mean, the idea if you're going to try to fool them, and I'm not saying giving them Sam Reinhart is is you're wrong. I'm not fooling it's no, no, no, I'm making it really good trade. I think. Yeah, but that's not the player you're gonna have to give. That's not where they're going to want No disrespect to Sam. Don't take it personally, if you're listening. But that's not the player they want. It's just have to settle. They may have to set off. It might be wrong there because you have a guy like, um is it Hyman Was an unrestricted free agent this year. That's gonna that he might praise himself out of the buffalo or the Toronto May police and now you're you're looking at trying to manage a cap where you have more players wanting more money. You're already paying these top guys a ton of money At some point in time, you might have to say. Sam Reinhart isn't Mitch Marner. Buddies damn close in a lot of areas because Sam playing with some really good players is going to produce without question. Well, then maybe it goes back to the Johansson million dollars. You're talking $4 million amounts. Big dollar amount $4.5 million difference between Mitch Marner and Sam Ryan hurt. Maybe you gotta do Darlene for Marner. Maybe it's more like the Seth Jones for Ryan Johansen deal. You know, Maybe it's something like that. We can talk about that later. If you want to. We can talk about it another day, But we've run out of time in this saying we have to go to break instigators. When we come back. We'll do to the point. I'll throw that in there. Can I ask you guys a question and throw that in there? Just a question before we go to the point. I want to test your NHL. Um, knowledge or history knowledge. Just quickly. Something that I just noticed, And I'm like I didn't even know Dad happened. How long do you need? 30 seconds. Do it right now. In 97 98. The Sabres were in the division with Boston, Montreal, Ottawa, Carolina and this other team who won the division named that team. I never knew the Sabres were in the same division with that team in Hartford. Nope. Hartford wasn't there in 97 98. Well, that's not my fault. So Boston, Buffalo, Montreal, Ottawa, Carolina and this theme Were in Buffalo's division in 97 98. Not Detroit, Detroit was out West bag down. Mm. The Pittsburgh Penguins gentlemen, the Pittsburgh Penguins were in the same division as Buffalo. They weren't with Philly. They weren't with the Rangers warned with the Islanders. I'm looking at the standings in 97 98. I'm like What, like Pittsburgh was not in the same division as Philly Rangers Islanders, New Jersey They were with us which surprised me. I didn't know why I remember that. You know, I remember that now because didn't Jay McKee absolutely clock Mario Lemieux at center ice? Take him out of the playoffs. With an open ice hit. Well, that was in, uh, 98. I think, Yeah. They didn't play in 98 against Pittsburgh. They played Philly in Montreal, and then they played Washington and lost the Washington Conference finals. Okay and skaters. He did hit him and he did in him. I I think that's in the 2000. One playoffs lot like it was a few years later. I didn't realize it was that much later. Okay. Alright. Different format. Maybe it might. It was that conference That was dog Conference playoffs, right? But so like it just I didn't know Pittsburgh was in the Buffalo Sabres division in 97 98. I didn't know that either. Instigators will be back with to the points to grow more to come. W g R Sports radio 5 50 all sports all the time. It's like I blinked. And suddenly all my business shifted to e.

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"mitch marner" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"mitch marner" Discussed on WJR 760

"I mean, they and you know what They look like If that Syriza's is a game like last night, Montreal's gonna beat them period end of story words that I never thought would come out of my mouth. I mean, honest to goodness. But if they if that Syriza's like they have to skate, they have to keep going at it and what should scare them. And I know we have a lot of leave fans listening. In the area. More in particular. Across the river is is Cary Price look like Cary Price and not carry thrice. I started calling him carry thrice because of his propensity to give up three or more goals. And you know what? He looked like Carey price last night and that that should scare them. That's just scare them immensely. You know, when they already got enough, the pressure of being well made, believes in their head and everything. But, Mac, I want to ask you this is I've been waiting to ask you this all day. If that was you, and that was Corey Perry. Would you have asked him to dance? Because fully knows getting ah lot of heat, like from who Everybody knows it was inadvertent, even fully know, said it was in it from hose again. He From hockey people hawking a lot of hockey people don't know. Don't know. Don't save me like real hockey. People like like like that's a good question was back. People that know the game that because what happened there, and I broke it down earlier is Corey Perry and and Feli. No squashed everything rate there, and even the way Perry sort of like took You took his up becoming, either it squashes everything. It's smoldering the fire. It's whatever like that. Nothing builds up to it. You don't have Cory if Corey Perry wouldn't wouldn't have done that, and it made a bigger deal of it, depending how it is now, if Cory period of the smartest thing and who can you know even it looked like got a few shots. And because it sort of looked like he felt bad, and he started wanted to get the golf gods karma, But, er the golf gods, the hockey gods. Carmen back too much, you know, like To me. That was the greatest thing Corey Perry is ever done as a team player, and I'm I'm exaggerating because he's got to stay on the cops and memorial cups and stuff. But you know what? I mean? He's known as sort of, you know, selfish player and right. You know what I mean? So that wasn't around move that was a respectful The way that they did it. I liked it and I'd like to ask. You know Jody Shelley was on it. It shall not work because hack of a job Who's one of the like the last of the gun slinger, enforcer, guys and stuff, But I just think it just quelled everything down. And then you look Um, because they got the revenge. You know what I mean, like there's nothingto. There's nothing to drive off. And you know what the big thing is Shawn? No fans in Canada. So the fact that there's no fans there that you can't that and that's why Toronto is probably going to suffer more. They play to perimeter where I saw last night. I'm sorry for Are you trying to fans? But I saw that I don't think you can win with the Mitch Marner because he's doesn't have that jam that I see. Like a nick Backstrom have when it comes down to it. Zach Hyman's great inside guy, but they got too many perimeter guys. They're gonna if they're gonna like you said last night wait for that power play and you know Austin. Matt is a great player. But, you know, is he still in which immature to the facto understand that he can't do it all himself and who's going to support him? So I could be totally wrong. This leadership in the fact that you got Joe Thornton in the room and stuff like this might Help. It has way more than it hurts. So Wolf. I know what this team's all about, anyway, so we'll talk more playoffs. Obviously, Boston Washington going at it there the overtime teams, but we're gonna take a break here got to pay the bills. But thanks for joining us here out of Friday night. AM 7 60 wjr I'm and Thomas congratulations to the members.

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Maple Leafs Star Mitch Marner out at Least 4 Weeks

The Steve Warne Project - Sports

01:01 min | 3 years ago

Maple Leafs Star Mitch Marner out at Least 4 Weeks

"Leafs without Mitch. Marna right now. He's going to be gone for a month after he got kind of tripped up off of center ice face off and mocked up his ankle. So that is going to be a big mess for the leafs who are just playing okay this year or is it or is it. You know. They're not they're not doing that. Great Steve with all this talent it so I'm not saying whatever bench him but like the leaves aren't they're not doing what they were expected to. Oh God no no. You'RE GONNA Invest Thirty four four million three guys. You're kind of expecting the world a lose tonight to the New York islanders five to four Toronto's record nine seven and in four so that actually lost more games than they've won with the kind of payroll they have shame. Shame right now. They're holding onto the second wildcard in there by a point as we record this Sousa Recording and I noticed that Toronto is out of a playoff spot. That's the return of the Blue Team. Elimination Watch don't you

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