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Packed Black Friday sports schedule
"AP sports I'm Tom Miriam. On Black Friday, the NBA and NHL were as busy as the shopping malls. 14 NBA games and 13 on the ice were played the day after both leagues were off for Thanksgiving. The Celtics added to their league leading record by beating searching Sacramento as Jason Tatum scored 30 with help from the Boston bench. I think when we might have been down for the end of the half of ten, he knows because of those guys came in and just changed the momentum. The bucks kept pace by beating the Cavaliers thanks largely to a 35, ten third quarter in which Bobby port has played a key role. Felt good for us overall as a basketball team, because it felt like we was playing books, basketball, for a chance. Victories also for the Lakers heat suns, warriors, nuggets, grizzly sixers pacers, rockets, thunder hornets, and the trailblazers in overtime over the Knicks. NHL, the bruins became the first team to win its first 12 home games in the season, as they beat the hurricanes three to two in overtime on David pasternak's gold. Big win for us, obviously, and coming from behind, you know, after Thanksgiving, the game is never easy, so it's good with. The devil's after having their 13 game win streak snap bounced back with a three one win in Buffalo. Other winners, the capitals penguins islanders red wings, Maple Leafs Canadians kraken jets, senators kings and lightning, with Braden points scoring too early goals. I think both teams were into it right away. It was nice to get a couple goals for us early. Pretty good jump on the game. I thought it was a fun game. World Cup soccer, the United States finished in a scoreless tie with England as coach Greg berhalter's young team had the better scoring chances. Overall, pleased with the performance of the group, most importantly, the belief of the group, because that never wavered. The U.S. now must be to ran on Tuesday to advance to the knockout round. Plenty of college action on Black Friday, football winners included four ranked teams tulane, Florida state UCLA and Texas, and basketball top ranked North Carolina lost a wire with state. Tom Arian AP sports.
Bruins set NHL record: 12 straight home wins to start season
"David pasternak scored the game winner for Boston with one 41 left in overtime as the bruins came from behind and defeated the Carolina hurricanes three two to remain undefeated at TD garden. Carolina started the scoring with two in the first, the second by just Perry Cote Kenneth, Boston scoring did not start until 30 seconds remaining in the second, when David krejci scored the first of his two goals. His second goal tied it with 9 33 left. It was initially ruled interference, but was overturned by a coach's challenge, with the win, the bruins said in NHL record with 12 straight wins at home to start a season. Great kedes, Boston
Bergeron gets 1,000th point, streaking Bruins beat Lightning
"The Boston Bruins extended their win streak to 7 straight with a 5 three road win over the Tampa Bay lightning but trees bergeron notched as 1000th career point as a Bruin assisting on Boston's fourth goal of the game by Brad marchand It means even more when it's a guy that I've been has been on my side for such a long time and has such a big impact on the team but also on my career Nick Paul scored Tampa Bay's first and third goals the bruins answered with tallies from David crece Nick foligno Charlie Coyle Marshawn and David pasternak Rudolph bolsters also scored his first as a lightning Tampa
Bruins tie NHL mark for home start; beat Blackhawks, 6-1
"Charlie mcavoy had four assists as Boston defeated Chicago 6 to one for their 11th straight win at home to start the season 11 tying the NHL record for home wins to start a campaign David pasternak had a pair of goals and Patrice bergeron had a goal and an assist It's been a fun journey and going to keep that going and you know for me it's really about to continue to grow as a team and to get better The bruins have won 6 straight overall while the Blackhawks have lost three in a row I'm David Shuster
"pasternak " Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"Around the world. It's 7 20 here in London and 9 20 in Helsinki. Finland is set to spend $143 million on a Russian border defense to strengthen preparedness against hybrid threats and a potential mass influx of asylum seekers. Charlie salonius pasternak is a senior research fellow at the Finnish institute of international affairs in Helsinki. Charlie, thank you for joining us. Firstly, what is the situation on the border currently? And what will this new fan be like? Well, the situation is calm. There's, of course, some traffic still just shows called practical or family related. Border crossings going on. So the fence isn't really about solving any current issue. It is more looking at the future. What it is it's expected to be the borders of course about a 1300 kilometers long, and the border the fence might cover a couple hundred kilometers. So basically at all of the border crossings, maybe ten 15 kilometers in either direction. Simply to help manage potential issues if Russia in the future were to try to use migrants as a weapon as we saw in Poland, for instance. And is this just all open land? Is there anything there right now? And you've got visions of a border wall inevitably think of Trump or is it going to be a pretty solid wall? Is it going to be a metal fence? What kind of apparatus are they going to put in place? What we've seen and heard so far is they're actually building a three kilometer test fence just to see what things kind of might work, but also to get the whole logistics chain and planning going on. It'll be a see through metal fence a couple of meters long, high with maybe some barbed wire at the top. The key will, of course, be all the different sensors. I mean, the border is already littered with sensors from IR to radar to motion sensing to kind of AI enabled systems. And of course, it has always been marked or I'll say always. Since the end of World War II, well marked. So there's no doubt about where the fence in a way should go. There's a border zone. So this is simply just to kind of add to the existing features and one might also think of the map as a whole geography. Some of it is not impenetrable, but shall we say, just deep dense forests. So it's never been particularly easy to just walk across. And what's the reaction being like of the finished people? Well, the government and opposition parties were able to come to a fairly quick solution. So politically, there was very little opposition. And based on just public discussions, of course, people have some concerns because they want to ensure that potential refugees can still easily come to the border, seek asylum. That won't be a problem, I think. So most people just saw this as something that unfortunately had to be done because of Russia's behavior and propensity to use this whole hybrid toolkit. And as there been any reaction yet from Russia to the proposals. No, I suspect that quite often, as with kind of finished Swedish finished Russian relations, we're not at the top of the agenda. It's probably Ukraine and fair number of other things. And finish and Russian border guards have historically had functional relationships. I won't call them good necessarily. But they meet frequently enough to try to solve problems. So as long as things stay at that level, it rarely with the exception of 2015 and 16 when Russia actually did do one of these refugee proofs of concepts to try to show that it could release migrants to Finland. The cooperation is quite good. So we haven't heard anything from Russia seriously. And I suspect we probably won't. And it looks like this is going to be a vast border. How long is this going to take to build? Well, the overall planning right now envisions three to four years. And again, that probably reflects that the sense isn't that this is to solve an immediate security crisis. But in a very finished way, if you're going to build it, you might as well do it really well so that at last and then serves a broader purpose again. It's fairly easy to just put up a sense, but of course you got to do it legally. So a lot of the land is owned by private individuals. So you have to negotiate land usage rights to figure out what the kind of different censors should be, et cetera. So it's not just about putting up the fence. And of course, you then need to have people actually patrolling the fence or more people. So three to four years is the expected kind of total timeline. And is there any kind of new technology that they're going to be putting into the fences they're going to be a lot of CCTV? Are they going to use drones along it as well? All of those are being used. I am aware that there's going to be some more shall we say existing technology will probably be used to a greater degree. Again, I mentioned kind of AI enabled. So already their systems to distinguish between a bear or a man crawling as it were or the fence that I said, the border itself is clearly delineated, but certainly there will be new systems. And I would suspect that, as you suggest, drones, but maybe largely autonomous drones, which immediately can sense that's deer that's a bear,
David Krejci scores twice in 3rd, Bruins beat Flyers 4-1
"The bruins have continued their best start since the 1929 30 season with a four one victory over the flyers David pasternak set up the eventual game winner by Jake the brusque 7 and a half minutes into the third period Then ice the game with a pair of goals Thomas no sick also tallied and Pavel zaka had to assist the brass can David creche each hat power play goals as the bruins improved to 15 and two Lena Sue Mark stopped 22 shots and blanked the flyers until Owen tippett made it two one on a power play midway through the third period I'm Dave ferry
"pasternak " Discussed on The Hockey PDOcast
"These things go. That kind of happened a little bit with Austin Matthews is 5 year deal coming off as you'll see. I remember at the time there was a bit of a blowback of people being like, wow. What? Yeah. No, no. By hockey. Yes. But I want to see auston Matthews. When his 5 year deal and sign a one year deal, I'll be like, okay. I'm going to, I'm going to do what I'm going to go here, try to win a cup here if it doesn't work. I'm open to do whatever in the next year. I think that's, I think that's something where there's, I'd like to see that become at least part of the thing. I'm not against a guy signing long term. I'm not against it at all, but I think the sport in the market becomes better when superstars realize what they're worth and are realized to push it because it's the same thing. When you have McDavid signed for as much as he does for as long as he is, it becomes a natural thing where anyone who makes even close to that. They're like, well, Connor McDavid makes that. Who do you think you are? That's just hockey ethos that comes into play. And I want that gone. Right. Well, think about it. It'll be very interesting to see. I think David pasternak is going to get paid what he deserves. But for the longest time for the bruins, he was like, well, Patrice bergeron makes this amount. He and, you know, he's our captain. Or I guess he wasn't. It was just nano charter for a while, but he's our best forward. You can't. You can't go into that room and be making more than him. So you have to take less and it's like, I mean, I understand why the team would want to push that agenda. It's a pretty tricky one, and also that's not how real life economics work. A contract you sign today can not be compared to something that's signed next year because inflation and all that. But all right, the other thing. Let's take a break. Let's take a break here. Yeah. And we can pick it back up and we can talk about a variety of other things as well. So yeah, we're going to take that break here. And then pick it back up. You are listening to the hockey PDO guest streaming live on the sports radio network. All right, we're back
"pasternak " Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch
"Hey everybody. AJ benjy here was fame as a bitch and his Monday, November 7th, 2022. I think we'll call this man. It will stick with the manic Monday. It is that way, especially the first two stories I have to tell you, people are manic, which is kind of close to or related to the word maniac. It's here. It's all here. Hope you had a great weekend. And I hope you are just as excited as I am for tomorrow. And the red wave that will wash over all of our homes in every state in this country, like a giant tsunami, and that's just what we need to wash away the bullshit that the blue governors and mayors and senators and representatives and all those other assholes painted get rid of all. And we are. We're about to do just that. By the way, you're going to want to go to my Patreon show to hear who is Harley pasternak I know that name kind of rings a bell, he's a celebrity trainer, but how is it? That this celebrity trainer to the stars. Was the one who got Kanye West locked up the first time and now he's threatening to do it again if you saw the tweets that Kanye let out, he threatened to do it again if Kanye keeps talking shit about the Jewish people. There's a lot you don't know about Harley pasternak and nobody's telling you but me. Also the death of Aaron Carter spoke to his music manager of ten years and I've got some insight that no one else has.
Bruins score 4 in 3rd, beat Rangers 5-2 for 7th straight
"The bruins made it 7 straight wins by defeating the rangers 5 to two Trent Frederick snapped a two two deadlock 6 O four into the third period It was a tonic always a great play by Nick and Charlie the screen So yeah it felt really good to contribute Jake de brass doubled the lead midway through the third period Charlie Coyle David pasternak and hampus lindholm also scored as the bees improved to ten and one Nick foligno and Taylor hall each had to assist for Boston Bruins goaltender Linus ulmar made 17 saves allowing goals by Adam Fox and Jimmy vesey Igor shishkin made 31 saves in his first regulation loss of the season I'm Dave fairy
Linus Ullmark makes 30 saves, Bruins beat Blue Jackets 4-0
"Lina sol Mark picked up his 5th career shutout and Charlie Coyle scored short handed in the bruins 5th straight win Four zero over the blue jackets Matt grizzly opened the scoring with his first goal of the season beating Elvis Merc leak in 8 43 into the game Coyle scored four and a half minutes into the second as the blue jackets were on their 22nd consecutive power play without a goal Jake de brass and David pasternak also tallied to help the bees improve to 8 and one this season Merci lincolns was pulled after two periods allowing four goals on 29 shots Columbus has dropped three straight at home and 6 of 9 overall I'm Dave ferry
Marchand has 2 goals and an assist in return, Bruins roll
"Brad Marshawn made his season debut and delivered three points as the bruins earned their fourth straight win 5 one versus the red wings Marshawn wasn't expected back until December following off season hip surgery He burst out of the gate with two goals and one assist as Boston improved to 6 and zero at home this season David pasternak added a goal and two assists and Jeremy swayman stopped 27 shots Adam erne's goal got Detroit within two to one heading into the third period I'm Dave ferry
Taylor Hall scores in overtime as Bruins beat Wild 4-3
"Taylor hall scored the deciding goal for a second straight game as the bruins earned a four three overtime win against the wild Hall tallied at four 49 of the extra session sending Boston to its 5th win in 6 games It came on the bruins 9th shot of OT It was amazing play by pasta He had the whole rank on the other side And I had to hold that Paul also assisted on first period goals by Nick foligno and David pasternak Hoppus lindholm gave the bees a three one lead 7 minutes into the second period Minnesota tied it with goals by Matt Baldi and Jared spurgeon before falling to one three and one I'm Dave ferry
"pasternak " Discussed on The Hockey PDOcast
"Of hockey fans would initially bristle at that, right? And be like, what? They know, he doesn't deserve that. Like army Dave is the best player in the world. He should be getting paid the most and now they have to make it into getting paid more. And I think you lock yourself into the salary figure and then the cap keeps going up and then players who probably aren't necessarily as observing will just naturally benefit from that and get paid more because everyone gets a larger piece of the pie. And that's totally fine. That's just how the business works. I think pasternak. Is worthy of every dollar he's going to get here, right? What a time for him to bet on himself. And I think the way he's been doing it to, I love so much. He's just dripping in self confidence, right? It's like, all right, I'm out there. No, no, no, that's all I had. Yeah. What I was going to say is like, I love that he's doing the thing of like, I'm not afraid to negotiate during the season. All these other guys, I get why they don't want to do it, but for me, I don't care. I'll do it. And then he's going out and having like three or four point nights and I'm pretty consistent basis so far. And everybody's like, oh, there's another extra like hundred grand tack that on to the end of the contract. And the reason it's interesting for the bruins, obviously, is that they're probably not going to have to pay for them next year. They're probably not going to have to pay grade G next year. And that money is going to go somewhere because again, this is a team that's not going to attempt to blow it up or anything like that. And maybe you would even say you kind of can't if you have David crazy Charlie mcavoy. Or sorry, David passed or next, Charlie mcavoy Brad marsh and these are guys that are maybe too good to allow you to really fully call and fall into the mud. And like you said, with Timo Meyer, I'm really interested to see what the sharks do. Obviously, the senators are going to try to give Alex to bring it a bunch of cash, but is he a $10 million player? If foster 12, 12 and a half is to bring it at $10 million player.
DeBrusk scores 2 as Bruins beat Panthers 5-3
"The Boston Bruins started the scoring early and never trailed as they defeated the Florida Panthers 5 three at TD garden just 21 seconds into the game bruins left winger Jake de brusque scored his first of two goals on the game's first shot In the second the Panthers tied it on Sam Bennett's first goal of the season but the bruins took the lead for good 8 minutes later on Patrice bergeron's second goal of the season in the third The bruins added golds from David pasternak Trent Frederick and de brusque second goal of the game while Linus Olmert added 37 saves Greg kedes Boston
Pastrnak has a goal and 3 assists, Bruins beat Capitals 5-2
"David pasternak had a goal in three assist while Patrice bergeron had a goal as the bruins beat the capitals 5 to two in the season opener for both teams Pasternak says it wasn't pretty but he'll take the two points That's a good thing we beat today and obviously big stuff for our we have to make sure to fix obviously a couple of mistakes You know that wasn't clean but it's good for us that we are able to win this kind of game David crece added a goal and two assists Anthony mantha and Connor sherry lit the lamp for the capitals Lena Olmert made 33 saves in the win Craig heist Washington
"pasternak " Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast
"You're David pasternak, the rules to signing David to me are different than their signing somebody else. One of my favorite players in the NHL, I think one of the best goal scorers in the NHL, I think David pasternak and that contract is and this is no luck man. And this isn't news to dawn Sweeney and the bruins. It's of ultimate importance to them. If you decide you're not going to meet whatever they're asking prices and you move David pasternak, you are in full rebuild. Full rebuild. The guy's a star. If you let him go, then you spend the next ten years looking for David past or not. Agreed. No. All right, let's wrap up headlines real quick. You bring up the 72 series of the summit series, Paul Henderson. Should he be in the Hall of Fame or honored some other way with the number 19 retired internationally? That's sort of thing. I've been really consistent with this and it makes me feel better reading Paul's feelings on it. I don't think he should be in the Hall of Fame. To me, the Hall of Fame is not about a time frame of amazing, amazing achievement. We're really talking about 8 games. We're talking about the last three where he scored the game winning goal, which is just beyond remarkable. But Paul Henderson doesn't think he should be in the Hall of Fame. I've not thought he should either, only by, I think the Hall of Fame's for my criteria would be if I were voting. It's for the great. It's not for the very good. And that is achievement should be honored. I mean, of course it should be. It's the most, I was in the building when Sidney Crosby scored in 2010. It was amazing. Amazing. And the percentage of Canadian people watching the game was astounding. The 72 goal was bigger. It was more important in a global the wrong word. I mean, Canada, Soviet world. It was far bigger. It was unknown. We were playing, you know, the whole circumstance of the whole thing was amazing. Henderson's performance, among others, was off the charts, but I don't think he's a Hall of Famer. Excellent. There you go. Terrific way to wrap up headlines and once again, thank you to our good friends at Boston pizza.
"pasternak " Discussed on Poke the Bear
"A lot of guys would kill to have regular minutes next to Berger on a march end, but he made the most of it in that situation. So I think for debris, it wasn't just the fact that that friction with Cassidy and those things. But I think for him, probably a lot of what was the writing on the wall for him was probably the Taylor hall trade where he probably looked at them and be like, all right, well I'm not. So planting hall, I'm not supplanting marsh hand. Am I just going to be a third line guy now? Because that's where I don't want to be. Especially you mean you look at that previous UT, you spent time on the third line on the right side too. You even had like Nick Ritchie in front of him on the depth chart. So I look at this situation now where if you can keep him in that top 6 spot, whether it's on the top line for the first month when Martians out or then you switch them over to the right side and like Montgomery wants to keep marchand bergeron and de brusque and then Paul pasternak and creature, whoever, pretty good top 6 and one, you're going to get a lot of production from both those lines and you're going to have a very happy Jake de brus because I think if he plays a full season with those two guys, you're probably getting 25, 30 goals. So right now it seems like it's more or less a win win. I know this bruins fans will probably upset that a lot of the comments I've seen on my stories or the general reaction is some people are happy. Some people are like, oh, you go out his way. I don't even want him on the team. Got to take the long look here. You've got a guy who can give you 25, 30 goals even. It was one of the few guys that has, even though he's inconsistent, has had a knack for giving you even strength offense, something that this team does not usually have. Any sign for 4 million a year. So I think you look at this team and if this is a team that is looking to build or at least run it back next year, you need a guy like the bras. That's why even when we talked about trading back into the first round. Yeah, brassicas and obvious fit there, but if you're looking at this bruins team and what they need, I don't think you're moving a guy like the brass for what he can give you now that he's bought in for a guy for a pick that gets you what the 21st overall pick or something like that. You don't want to get really moves the needle, especially. So again, I don't think it was just falls on Cassidy, I think for de Broglie's kind of realizing that he's fallen into a pretty good situation here. If he's guaranteed those top 6 minutes, so I think both him and the team really can't be upset with how things have played out now, especially to bras. If you keep him with Berger on a Martian for another year or two, who knows along bergeron, it's going to play her if he's back, but
"pasternak " Discussed on Poke the Bear
"To poke the bear episode 98 Connor 98. Nobody. Number 98, but it is my return to poke the bear. I was not here last week. The people got to talk to you personally. You answered some questions. Did so a great job by you. But now I'm back. Now you get me back, everybody. Always right with the world. I'm back. I'm back. And weirdly enough, quite a lot has happened since. And by quite a lot, we don't mean like trades and things like that, but the bruins are low key like taking over social media. I know right now is in Boston, it's the Celtics time. Give them their space. It is the Celtics time and moment. They've earned it. But the bruins are out here doing some things on social media. You got, you know, you got Bruce Cassidy at the Red Sox game. You got Derek forbert running on the beach with his dog Darla. You know, Jeremy swayman and Lina sol mark and the world championships. But the biggest of all those things is David pasternak. You know, I think David posture, we forget that these players are just like you and me. They're young, they understand social media. And you know the video that I'm talking about. You've seen it on Twitter. You've seen it on Instagram. Where David poshmark acts, David create your simple question. Are you coming back to Boston? And crazy just smiles. And they both laugh. And I will say, you know, they know what they're doing. You know they know what they're doing with that. And you know David posternak was waiting the entire tournament to do that exact thing. You know how many times I imagined pascha dog bringing that idea to create you like throughout the entire tournament, crazy like, just wait on it, just wait on it. Just wait on it. We'll do it at some point. But it is reentered the question of the conversation. And it's legitimate question. What was David krejci say in there? Do we think he was joking around? Like I have, we're going to fuck with the people like this. Or like, I know. Yeah, I mean, I think in the context of that video, yeah, I think they were ham it up a little bit. Knowing, as you said, well aware of what a video like that would do. I also think they were on one thing like a beer tour or something like that and like Prague or something. I feel like I saw something that that video was like they were on like a beer tour or something like that. So maybe they maybe threw a few back by the time they posted that video, but it's one of those things though where I'm not going to read too much into the tea leaves, right?.
Domi, Raanta help Hurricanes close out Bruins 3-2 in Game 7
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Marchand scores twice, Bruins beat Canes to tie series at 2
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Marchand, Swayman give Bruins 4-2 win, Canes lead series 2-1
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"pasternak " Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast
"By the way, between the New York rangers and the Pittsburgh penguins, right? Jeff Carter collides with Igor syke and what was there like two minutes left in the hockey game. It looked like Igor kind of got in Jeff Carter's way. And then we had another experience earlier in the week, of course, with David pasternak, a clip and auntie ranta. You know, he had to leave the game. So goalie contact ray is always a hot topic in the playoffs. It always is. Interference calls have been made here, right? So the officials aren't turning a blind eye to it. But what do you make of? So let's look at Carter and Schuster. Is that just a collision simple as that Carter gets the two minute goalie interference? Or is that one of those, I've got an opportunity here, historic and is way out of the blue paint. You know, I'm not trying to run them or take them out, but I'm also not getting out of the way of them. I think two things to look for any time. There's goalie contact like that. Watch the player's shoulder and watch his foot because if his shoulder starts to lean in, there's no reason for the shoulder to lean in. Right. And if the foot starts to spread, that means you're trying to make contact with his feet. Carter did neither. Okay. I think shiz durkan was kind of shielding him a little bit. And not a lot, but a little bit, and Carter's turn and left to go, you know, go behind the net. I think we're hurt. I mean, it looked bad was that he landed right on his hip. It hurts. And so I do like that the officials get together right away. They're doing this better and more frequently than they have in the past. Same with the pasta knock play on Rhonda. They called it a major. They conferred. They had a review and they put it to two. And that's the way it should have been. Bruce Cassidy was asked after the game. You know, what about what was your thoughts on pasternak running rent? And he goes, oh, come on, it's David pasternak. That's another thing. You've got to take into consideration. In his 500 games, has that ever been a thing? And the answer is no. It's not Nick caprice running grand here. No. The other thing, here's another strategy though from when you're running around the goal or running near the goalie is when you bump into them, if the guy falls, the skater, chances are he's acting. Okay. Because you fall to make it look like an accident. Unless you're going straight over top of them, which would be not a good play from your health perspective. But if you're going in there, if a guy would shove me towards the goalie and I ran into him, I'd fall over all the time because I knew what was coming next. And so Carter didn't do any of those things. Pasternak didn't either and but it's important to watch because it gets more and more contentious around the crease all the time. No question. So the rangers even that series, but let's wrap it up. I mean, how good is Sidney Crosby? You've got a front row seat..
Hurricanes claim testy win vs. Bruins, take 2-0 series lead
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Pastrnak scores 39th goal in Bruins' 3-1 win over Rangers
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Bruins bust out for 8-1 victory over Devils as Rask honored
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Bruins beat Islanders 6-3 in Bergeron's 1,200th game
"David Pasternak and Brad Marchand each had a goal and an assist while the Bruins scored four times in the second period of the six three win against the islanders Eric calling Jake DeBrusk each had a second period goal after Craig Smith and Taylor hall scored in the first Linas hallmark stopped twenty four shots for the Bruins fourteenth win in sixteen games Boston captain Patrice Bergeron appeared in this twelve hundred NHL game after missing four straight with an elbow infection Brock Nelson notches career high thirty of goal for the islanders who also received airplay tallies from Anders Lee and Zack presei I'm Dave Ferrie
"pasternak " Discussed on WTOP
"Red River Technology decisions aren't black and white Think red Let's go to rob wood fork All right The capitals and bruins early in the second period in Boston all knotted up at one apiece afghani kuznetsov scored the first goal of the game is 13th of the season The bruins with a quick answer from David pasternak and V tech vantage acting net tonight He's got 13 saves so far On the college hardwood the 12th ranked Maryland women fell to Ohio State 95 89 That's now two straight losses for the turps They followed to just four and three in Big Ten play this season Chloe bibby scored 14 of her 20 points in the fourth quarter in what was the losing cause the Georgetown men have lost 5 in a row after an 83 75 defeat at the hands of number 21 Providence The law keeps away as winless in conference play at O and four The nationals have named Kevin France in their new color analyst for the mass and television broadcasts after moving on from FP santalo For instance played 105 games for the Nats in 2014 one of his four big league stops across a 9 year career Dak Prescott he gets fined $25,000 for criticizing officials in the wake of the cowboys home loss to the forty-niners he apologized for those remarks Pretty much the day after Dallas fans through objects at said referees on their way to the tunnel on Sunday and in the other football D.C. United star Paul areola reportedly on the brink of being dealt to FC Dallas in a record setting deal Rob wood fork to believe TOP sports still ahead here on WTO parents had claimed the two diversity and inclusion programs at loudon county public schools were unconstitutional a federal judge has made a decision about that case coming up on.
"pasternak " Discussed on WTOP
"Requires eco Bill and autopay Equipment taxes and fees extra and subject to change Call ago online for details Sports at 15 and 45 powered by Red River technology decisions aren't black and white Think red That's 7 15 Here's rob would fork All right del the 12th ranked Maryland women's basketball team they were in an 8 point halftime deficit at Ohio State They trailed by as many as 13 but now early in the third the Turks are just behind 51 to 47 as again we are in the third quarter The terps committing ten first half turnovers angel Reese was the only double figure scoring with ten points The buckeyes with 55% shooting in that first half knocked down 5 of 7 from three point range Georgetown fell to number 21 Providence 83 75 They lose their 5th straight they remain winless in Big E's play Donald Kerry with a game eye 21 points for the hoyas kayden rice 19 off the bench in defeat The capitals in brewers just underway in Boston the caps trying to avenge that football score lost his ten days ago Early on a one one game just 5 minutes in afghani kuznets off with his 13th goal of the season David pasternak answering that just 50 seconds later The nationals have named Kevin franzen they are new color analysts for the mass in television broadcasts This after moving on from FP santangelo France and played a 105 games for the Nats in 2014 one of his four big league stops across a 9 year career Dak Prescott got slept with a $25,000 fine for criticizing officials in the wake of the cowboys home loss to the forty-niners on Sunday Prescott apologized for his remarks condoning the Dallas fans throwing objects at the referees on their way through the tunnel on Sunday Rob woodwork WTO sports Still ahead here on WTO P that Virginia ABC store may not be open when you expect it to be Stay with us The I haven't really woken up Until I've had my McDonald's breakfast deal and I know this is true because before breakfast I put my phone in the refrigerator and couldn't find the keys that were already in my hand.
"pasternak " Discussed on Bruins Beat
"And I'll go back to the burrows beat on sea on the media my name is Evan marano. You hope you guys are having a great day, and a great week. Hopefully a happy Halloween. If you want us something funny, to the kids out for trick or treating, get some good candy. I'm eating way too many M and ms. And I can not believe it's November. It is freaking November, which is wild to me. And was even more wild as the bruins don't play for another like hundred years. Another hundred years, which I was just great. Great job by the schedule makers to just completely have the bruins have these weird breaks in between games, but they do not play. Again, until November 4th. And to talk about everything bruins. Had on my good friend Logan Mullen of Ness and dot com and we discussed the changes with the top lines that Bruce Cassidy made in the last game in the last couple of games. We talked about David pasternak, worry is there something wrong? We get into Jax te nika and what's it going to take for him to get going and maybe earn a spot in the lineup? And then we got into the fun of the musical chairs that is the defensive pairings. Who pairs with who? What is going to get Derek for Burke to get going? And we discussed all of those things and more. And today's episode, by the way, it's brought to you by bet online and go to both of those places more details later in this episode on both. And without further ado,.
"pasternak " Discussed on Trailer Junkies Podcast
"All right so then the main reason why we got paul here tonight the untold reason yes in a world where you only have trailers and posters to judge a movie. Jim and ted strikeout to answer the age old question. Will you see it. Ted will it. It is episode one seventy one and we have a very special guest a friend in longtime fan of the show pasternak paul. What's up man. Welcome paul nothing. Much longtime listener. First-time caller feeling good. How are you guys doing. oh fantastic. Tonight's thirsty longtime listener. I'm sure you're well aware that we drink a beer as we opened the show. We kinda give a few tasting notes and then we'll jump into you know getting the hard stuff out of the way like a little bit about yourself some of your background. And maybe a fun factor too. So we'll let the let the guest go first. What are you drink tonight. Oh so. I'm drinking Found this local market right down my street stone brew. Okay and i. I thought it was quite unique. Has there's a little story behind it. How it's a. There's a sign three by meter square. Sign in their brewery in richmond. Virginia with only three words so in honor of ted trailer. I decided to get this year for history word reviews.
"pasternak " Discussed on Poke the Bear
"And I think the one name you hear quite a lot in terms of getting parallels to his career is like a guy like David pasternak who went from. Yeah, yeah, went from the SHL came over to North America. You expected a learning curve really wasn't was almost, I think a point per game guy in Providence got bumped up to the NHL 18 the rest is history. Very, very unfair to put that kind of expectation on Fabian myself with arguably the best goal scorer in the league, a guy who I mean, how many teams kicking themselves are not taking him when you saw how quickly his development curve was. So I think for bruins fans, even if lysell starts this upcoming year in the WHL, and he plays in Vancouver, that's any reps, especially considering how tough the last few years have been for prospects is a step in the right direction. So let's say he goes to WHL and you know, he piles on points playing against guys his age, that's a great step in the right direction. If he makes that jump up to Providence, that's great. The number is probably won't be as flash as they are on WHL, but he's learning on the fly as an 18 year old. So whichever step he takes, it's a positive one, but I think just for bruins fans, when it comes to these prospects, you know, you can't expect a David poster every time you have an Uber skilled guy added to the pipeline. And so it's mostly just about preaching patients, right? It's about having a player and having rolling with the punches as they go through your development because how many times look at let's say a guy like our hova and iron in who you looked at maybe 2017, 2018. You're like, all right, this guy by 2019 is going to be a top four fixture. It doesn't work out that way. You know, whether it's injuries or hitting a wall at some point or other factors going to a lot can change over the span of a guy's development. So patients has to be preached for gallic wise, but that being said, you should still be very excited about what he brings to this pipeline as a whole. You said the word patience. He's 18. Again, we can't be expecting. Let me remember Rasmus to lean and we know it's kind of comparing different things. But rass was to lean comes into the league at around, I believe 18 with the savers. I've read these up in Buffalo. But he's a guy who's taken some more time than most people think or most people thought sort of acclimate to the league. You have to expect that with lysell. And don't immediately think that he's untreatable or anything. But you might have an asset there to trade. If you really were going for a big gun, maybe you have something there. That's what the weekend discussed when that avenue opens and also inevitable storyline pops up. Yes. I mean, you don't want to be doing like a Philip forsberg type trade for like Martin era. You know, you don't want to be trading, Fabian lifestyle for some jabroni second line right winger or something. You know, you want to do this when you signed when he signs with a team from the cage. John comes back over there. Yes, exactly. So temper the expectations with lysell a little bit, but enjoy the highlights. Enjoy the highlights, 'cause I guarantee there will be quite a few this year wherever he ends up, whether that be the WHL, Providence, Boston. Another guy who another winger in the pipeline for the bruins, who the bruins expect a good amount of is Jacob loco..
"pasternak " Discussed on KPCC
"For an elite modernist audience, closing a circle his valedictory piano fantasy. Completed in 1957 returns to the idiom of the piano variations he composed as a young wild man in 1930. This may be the most challenging music Copeland ever composed, and it challenged him to its 30 Minutes were composed over a period of six years. We've been listening to pianist Benjamin Pasternack perform Aaron Copland's piano fantasy music that can be viewed as a summation. A parting creative gesture. We asked Pasternak for his own view, the fantasy and the works, uh, surrounding it in that time of Copland's life show an absolute Return to, um Very formal, and, uh, unpopular style of music boost people today still enjoy and love Appalachian spring or at least the most of the passages in it, that they're used to hearing in the movie or on television in a commercial Worry, and there really is barely a bar in the piano fantasy, even though it's over half an hour long that wouldn't force most people to run away..
"pasternak " Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Company is sending help to that building. BBC's Karen Regal has more chumps for Teledyne flare, sending two unmanned ground system robots to assist in the search and rescue in Miami. The previous generation of the same robot assisted at ground zero in New York General manager Tom Frost tells me 20 years ago, they weighed £50. Now they're the size of a brick, have a 360 degree camera and can squeeze into unstable piles of rubble. It's much smaller. It's a £5 robot about the size of a brick. Um, so this can get into smaller spaces just by virtue of its size, Frost says. It's good to know these robots could help. I'm an engineer by training, and the thing that gives you the most satisfaction is that Stuff that you're working on. Um, has an impact. Karen Regal WBZ. Boston's news radio Bruins star David Pasternak, announcing this morning his infant son died at Vigo. Raul Pasternak died June 23rd less than a week old, An Instagram post. The Bruins player says quote We have an angel watching over us, and we call him son. You will be loved forever. President Joe Biden's working to keep Senate Republicans from breaking away from the $1.2 trillion infrastructure agreement they reached last week with Democrats and now Senator Mitch McConnell is speaking out. The Republican leader in the Senate now says it's on congressional Democrats to follow the president's lead and back away from their insistence that the bipartisan infrastructure agreement move in tandem with larger spending measure. The Democrats are now crafting. The president said on Saturday that GOP senators were understandably upset with him for saying he wouldn't sign the infrastructure bill unless Congress also sent him a package of social programs and tax increases passed under reconciliation rules that CBS is Stephen Portnoy 33. It's time to get a check on traffic and weather together. The Subaru Retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes. We are picking up the pace a little bit here, Michael Yeah, we really are. Banya. The afternoon Russia is underway here. Let's start with 1 28 north. The upper end is stop and go route to basically right up to Route three in Burlington. Then shortly after Route 38 up past 93 southbound 1 28 crawling route 62. Down to a lane closure now down past Endicott Street, and you've got more delays coming through that Linfield Wakefield area 2 93 90 unusual slowdown Here from the upper deck Up to Medford. More brake lights route 62 up past 1 25 Route one north all brake lights coming up past route 60 and Lynn Street and Revere southbound one. All brake lights coming down towards 1 28 in Peabody. Now the Mass Turnpike westbound Pretty good. A little stop and go out towards 1 28 again. Past the Westboro service Plaza. After that, you're moving along pretty well. Now downtown. The Ted Williams Tunnel westbound is jammed up inside the lower deck isn't bad at the backup starts on the second bridge, and it stays like that through the tunnel. Uh, story drivers backed up a little in and out of Leverett Circle. The Tobin Bridge seems to be fine. The expressway South far from it. It is just crawling out of the tunnel. Most of the way to the gas tank slow again down past granted on northbound Furnace Brook Park way of passing upon its circle, then up towards the tunnel. That's at least 20 minutes, Braintree into Boston and then Route three South, all brake lights coming off the expressway route 18 to Derby Street, northbound lanes coming up to Norwell and Rockland as well. Miking deputy.
"pasternak " Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Much hotter. It can be dangerous. Within minutes. We'll have more on the forecast shortly. Also today. Authorities are investigating two people who Winthrop shot to death over the weekend. Were they killed Execution style because they were black WBZ TV I team reporter Cheryl Fiandaca says authorities found a trail of white supremacist rhetoric linked to the suspect named Nathan Allen. Prosecutors say Allen wrote about the superiority of the white race. And about whites being apex predators. He also drew swastikas. Allen had no criminal record and was not on any law enforcement radar. At this point, police believe Alan acted alone. Ask her motive for the shooting. Police say Allen may have targeted the victims because they were black and are investigating the shooting as a hate crime. Allen was shot and killed in an exchange of gunfire with police. Also this morning tragedy strikes a member of the Boston Bruins off ice. Bruins forward David Pasternak, announcing this morning on his Instagram page that his baby son born just days ago, has died. The post this morning saying Vigo role posture, not June 17. To June 23rd 2021. We have an angel watching over us and we call him son. You will be loved forever. The shocking announcement comes months after he and his girlfriend Rebecca Arolsen, announced back in January. They were expecting a baby. They did a gender reveal post back on January 9th. Pasternak is 25 years old. He's been with the Bruins his entire career after being drafted by the bees back in 2014, Jim McKay, WBZ, Boston's NewsRadio and a nice tribute over the premier rank at New England Sports Village. It will be renamed AJ quite a rank all to honor the bishop in high school hockey player injured in a game earlier this year, by the way, they had their first hockey tournament. At the rank all the proceeds going towards his rehab and recovery. A dedication ceremony will be held at that rank in December. We'll let you know at that time also coming up. A search for survivors goes on in Florida after a devastating building collapse and the latest on the nurses in Worcester still on strike. Alright, 10 33. The super were retailers of New England all will drive.
"pasternak " Discussed on Black N' Gold Hockey Podcast
"Can't say that enough just like a complete just like he's a superstar like you might hate him but he's someone you're trying to get on your fantasy team or your team when you're constructing one on a computer or whatever. So, I don't know too big Milestones, which is I just wanted to bring it up there maybe been little Milestones but those are the two big ones from this week. So I just thought we should have mentioned them we could imagine done during the game, but I think it's important to recognize them separately. Just again legendary Bruins. We've been lucky like with this is the this is this generation of Bruins that you know, as people talk about music and all of them. Are they talk about, you know Bjork give York borken mountain and I can't believe I just thought Ray bork Bjork like Anders Bjork. That's so funny. These guys are them passed or not, you know like Pasternak might be the future. But Bergeron name is Sean Tuukka Rask David. Krejci. They Define their generation of ruins and They Carried the mantle, you know, the more the Bruins teams change the more they stay the same the game changes the more they say the same like it's an organization. I'm glad we have a healthy environment over the last twenty years then maybe for summer the previous times and at times in the history, but these days I just it's I'm already going to cry like when they retire like the Jersey, you know, the numbers going in the rafters am already upset about it and we still have them around for a little bit. So congratulations Shogun for always now. Okay Brad, sometimes you don't necessarily represent us the most ethnically but you've come around guy getting married and kid and stuff really did you dead? So congratulations boys on that overall though as a team. We are 11:00 5 and two but twenty four points. We played fifteen games good news is we're going into will be going in and we'll talk about it a minute though into a stretch playing at home. And we've been very good at home this year, which is not always been the case when playing at home. So exciting news this week came out though Charlie Baker starting on March 22nd Governor Charlie Baker, excuse me, for those of you who might not know if I say who Charlie Baker who the hell is Charlie Baker and if you're not from Mass, you might not know who Charlie Baker is a dog on me opening up sports venues and concerts and such at 12% capacity which looking at the screen 2100 fans of so, I don't even want to know what organ you have to sell to get a ticket to get in that building cuz I know how expensive they are when you can cram 14,000 of us in there so long I'm sure Julian Edelman from the Patriots is very prompt. He loves the Bruins and he tweeted like we're back baby. Let's walk and go March 22nd. So Julian Edelman might be in the building cuz he can afford the ticket but we sadly will not but big deal 12% It's opening the Bruins get the first home game not the.