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"reed larson" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

09:06 min | 1 year ago

"reed larson" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Tonight we have Niagara Monmouth basketball mention I would see you be the other night always puts a smile on my face going to college basketball always puts a smile on my face and I tend to be you're like this I think I learned from you better really mean that well I got a walk outside you're saying I gotta walk outside to get to the game laughter park what we can't just carry me to my seat but once I'm in there yeah good no I like it so this is a road game for Niagara tonight but you know sports fans know it college basketball here different venues all are interesting and cool in their own ways the U. B. thing it's just become really really smart and good new York's public power house written right on the court looking at the banners are spent plenty of time they're not looking at the banners women's to round of sixteen Sweet Sixteen okay about but that's legit wrote a thirty two Sweet Sixteen you the men one twice they had that win over Arizona the other eight right they blew them out and then Arizona state was even maybe a bigger blow out of last year last year right master was last year when they lost to Texas tech that's all right yes the general directly right yeah I mean like well we're well we're in the mood there can you shift tonight home cop men's hockey all righty tight harbor something they did issue of a war warning no they wanted fans to know there's a Disney on ice maybe is in the arena so parking could be a little sketchy if you're used to chat a cruise in the harbor center parking with the with the event in the arena probably be a little more full than normal but anyway seven thirty five harbor center conditions in our IT what's the state of things their commission I grow up you know I don't I I don't I I you know all righty is ten years from its miracle run their vital for frozen for now as a legal Roth wrote about that yeah the dimension Jared to Michael but yes in that but believe his interview yeah he's an associate coach at UMass that we've been talking to how is he he's got a super new with that got it was super good dude so yet no I don't know I don't know what's going on we haven't been like this you know this is the schedules have been measured you know I saw this one like all conditions for my son's in Toronto the game at six thirty himself so you know at least he's at a level where the games are often streaming from to go home and watch that it'll be spotlights on with the NHL off this weekend I would she kills night right so every watching Nichols hockey anyway conditions tonight go go get him you guys have a favorite skills event our I I still like the accuracy the shooting the the got hit the target plates yeah yeah we still use plates higher did I don't know their foam targets the third spin around in the I I I like that let's see a guy like really mail that yeah I have one do they have a brawl one of the skills I would love that abroad wrestling with an H. O. royal rumble do it while right came with that out tonight guys change of plans Michael verse McDavid first round go I mentioned showdown earlier Hey the both first rounders right a showdown earlier from the old days on hockey night in Canada and I tweeted one with Paul much here and it does publisher was my guy when I was when I was a kid and this one that came up on you to what I was checking showdown was Mike Palmer tear was the goalie for shoot out and it was the diff all defenseman five parks on the blue line in a row it was I think reed Larson Denny pot van Robert Picard berry back and maybe someone on the flyers but will soon maybe like they're all just I don't know what kind of breaks there were in this is the TV show yeah but it just looks like it's okay five five it's like all the tears got twenty five thirty shots on breakaways in like no time and Joe I mean Jolie says about old hockey Joe plays hockey loves it he's like I can't watch the old days because the goalies even Sean mac into **** Sean American do today had a a point in his article about how just a he's so smart like this away rights throwaway line about how well goaltending wasn't invented until nineteen eighty six he was writing about the nineteen eighty two all star game made that point WA maybe yeah but you got it just gonna watch Paul Mateer that take take four minutes and watch Paul dear in this he is diving on every time I mean it's just awesome that's why he was my guy because he was all over the place yeah at one point you can freeze it this is on the let the look like the last few seconds of it he's also going to is right toward the faceoff dot two is right and he is like airborne and his pants are stacked horizontally peril to the ice he's in the air is way out of all the great Hollywood that part just look at him in that picture and try to figure out how we got there will come a technique is that way out there right airborne and your pants are stacked up what what took you there I liked him a lot too I don't know I I feel like I've said this before I mean he's come up frequently enough because of you your your affinity for him in those least teams but they were never my team but I guess they were close to my I mean I watch them a lot you know it's not always clearly it was kind of this is fuzzy you know what good antenna on the roof and you get the Canadian channel live in and locate but one of our neighbors I never had this quick myself but one of my neighbors had that set I don't think I don't they still make them or not good but my like was the big street hockey manufacture at the time and they made this point like sent a plastic goalie pads that had like dislike for drill basic foam insides and this hard brown plastic exterior and need strap mon and on a driveway or the street driveway was better because the street would sorta Nick come off of the street was like pebbled at all it would be tough on the pads a bit but in your driveway which is maybe smoother concrete or or or black top I put those are the N. Palmas here was the name you yelled when you did that is you could slide around like a lunatic like you were on ice it's also a great name right to yell out yes the there was only the name add the reputation at you for me as a kid everybody knew he was the guy that was sort of all over the place and so you put on those pads and slide around your driveway or somebody eles right away and it's volunteer break forth like hash it was Palmer's here but he put a little bit more science into it that's yes more of a political loyalty yeah but yeah the guy was just wild in the the big curly hair sticking out of the back of his master their love them so that's out there the showdown you can you too has all the stuff of course one more suitable question no okay looking at ten the top ten players in the Super Bowl in points scored ten guys or at least time I think it's ten have scored more than twelve points in the Superbowl for our kickers and they range from thirteen to fifteen points then you have five players who scored eighteen points three touchdowns one guy who scored twenty the guy who scored twenty three touchdowns and a two point conversion and then the five guys with eighteen one is on here twice and all of the five including that player for our forty Niners the forty Niners really did kill it in the Superbowl more than once they really did like the patriots have all this Superbowl history almost all of it is super close games really all it I mean the rams are the exception last year and that was thirteen to three it wasn't like a blow out all right the forty Niners at fifty five to ten the a forty nine twenty six was it whatever that score was again Sadia garters game yeah right like they have some big wins in there really is a couple so do you know the only player to score three touchdowns in a Super Bowl two times.

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"reed larson" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"reed larson" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"The eagles have a three nothing lead over the fighting Irish that's an early in the third period Penn state and Michigan are nothing nothing in the first the NCHC no score between North Dakota and western Michigan at the end of two Saint cloud state has a one nothing lead over Miami no the perfect boy did not score in that one that's at the end of June it is sort of the loop but nothing over all that in the first one we talked a little bit earlier about a game coming up tomorrow afternoon that'll be the golden goal for women against the Minnesota state Mankato Mavericks women that'll be the dedicated a hockey hall of fame game will be played in prior lake at the code I center I believe is the official name of the rink hi again three thirty tomorrow afternoon proceeds from the game of course it will benefit drawing some attention hockey hall of fame and have a let the proceeds from the game we'll go to the cap agency which I believe is the community action partnership of Scott carver and a coda counties and also to the Mankato area United Way now if you want to rub some elbows that's the place to be the card I sent a referral Natalie Tareq's covered by Delphi Deeks I slider Henry Boucherie John Harrington reed Larson gory Roberts is going to be there I think Dave laws of it will be there I think he on the list here is a recent spirit of life award winner Matt Olson young man from a senator who was paralyzed in a two year hockey accident playing in Chicago a couple years ago so all of that all those people are going to be at the Dakota ice center tomorrow three thirty great game to watch all as a very special occasion a lot of people can get out there and support there is because so yeah a lot just forget the guys right yes gold medals yes to be really really fun event called over women go in there with a fourteen one and three records yes it is a conference but it'll be technically a non conference game and we got an emotional highlights coming up next is one leading the gophers through the first twenty minutes of and this is IMG college I'm I'm not shows my big TV in my favorite chair it's game time you know the only thing that would make it a little better is.

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"reed larson" Discussed on WXYT CBS Sports Radio 1270

WXYT CBS Sports Radio 1270

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"reed larson" Discussed on WXYT CBS Sports Radio 1270

"Some work to do they trail the Florida Panthers three nothing after forty minutes of action time now for the interesting conversation but you may village Ford in Dearborn where your best deal and selection are just minutes away John Garrett is a former NHL goaltender remains currently the TV analyst of the Vancouver Canucks our very own can cal talk to the goalie who played two hundred and seven career games well John you and I we're talking about goaltender's back in the day in and day out and when you first started playing goal did you wear a mask no I was in bantam before I wear a mask and lost some teeth before the of that and then it was the welder's mask to start with and then plastic just a plain plastic one and then finally when I played junior the doctor made me a mask the team doctor made a mask it wasn't great either is broken noses and cuts and things but it was different than goaltending was different the play was to really not as many guy shot the pockets welded wooden sticks and the equipment wasn't as good and I grew up watching Roger crozier income pours Lee and Johnny Bower and jock wanton goalies that would stack the pads and get their heads out of the way because they didn't have a mask on but the game now is it's changed in the goalies are so much bigger we just have to cut down the angles and you look around the league when I played in there was Mike Vernon was one of the elite goaltenders and he's my size five seven five eight anti most not much taller than I am there was a whole bunch of goalies that we're under six feet now most teams it's six two is the lower limit and most teams like six five or taller and just block as equipment so much better the butterfly style and everybody should support card now it used to be one or two guys and you look roundly Bobby hall and reed Larson here in Detroit to it you could pick one or two guys in each team they can really shoot it and you get out early and you get set now even the idiots shoot at heart did you have a favorite goaltender when you were growing up I grew up in Trenton Ontario and my brother older brother was a leaf fans so I naturally I didn't wanna like the leaves soul I was a Detroit Red Wings fan and I remember for Christmas my first hockey sweater that I got was a Detroit Red Wings sweater and I became Roger crozier fan because Rogers another guy not very big you know he look at it real give ashan I grew up watching him a little bit too and he I tried to pattern my game after okay that's on but and I just love watching Roger crozier in his acrobatic style and pull himself up and people here to try to remember how he got under the cross bar and with this sticky problem south out but at that year that they lost to Montreal when he got hurt I was so devastated because they ran on I mean they they just they got Roger crozier was I think he won the Conn Smyth that year in a losing effort just be they randomly and once he got hurt than the red wings were done and as but I I was really just his style and his flair for the game that goal that under Ryszard scored where he ran into crozier and into the net that wouldn't accounted today what it no no and do you think that would have been a penalty on that yeah maybe a little goaltender interference that part of it has changed to there was no goaltender interference and Billy Smith and Ron Hextall and the guys we were at an early age you protected yourself and you could swing your stick and we had an incident the other day where stature dental was playing for the Canucks in the guy into the crease and bump them a couple times he just tapped him on the shin pads and I was saying on err well we were taught you turn get the heel of the goal stick out and just above the laces where the bare spot on the ankle that's where you chop a menu top on the good will itself and now they get that but people say I'm old school it's change for the better and probably has because now it to referees there's another thing in the fifty years there was only one referee when I started so you can get away with things like that you look in the one referees heading down following the playing of the guys don't increase whack you got and now there's two referees so they pay more attention to that the BC two hander John always fun talking hockey with well thank you it's always a pleasure real good insight right there from John gear at the former NHL goaltender currently the TV analyst of the Vancouver Canucks how about the hockey game going on right now in sunrise Florida wings a ton of work to do they trail three nothing after forty minutes come back we'll check the rest of the league you're listening to Detroit Red Wings hockey really supporting Dearborn is the only for dealer in Michigan to receive the JD power dealer of excellence award for two thousand nineteen we were also the only ones for two thousand.

"reed larson" Discussed on WXYT CBS Sports Radio 1270

WXYT CBS Sports Radio 1270

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"reed larson" Discussed on WXYT CBS Sports Radio 1270

"With can can now and again we will be back to little Caesars arena in the district right as the red wings face off against the Vancouver Canucks tonight things up is brought to you by Blue Cross blue shield of Michigan competence comes with every car John Garet play two hundred seven games of the goal in the National Hockey League Gareth says when he first started playing hockey he didn't wear a mask no I was in bantam before I wore a mask and lost some teeth before they have that and then it was the welders mass to start with and then plastic just a plain plastic one and then finally when I played junior the doctor made me a mask the team doctor made a mask that was a great either is broken noses and cuts and things but it was different than the goaltending was different the play was to really not as many guy shot the puck as well that wooden sticks and the equipment wasn't as good and I grew up watching Roger crozier income pours Lee and Johnny Bower and jock wanton goalies that would stack the pads and get their heads out of the way because they didn't have a mask on but the game now is it's changed and the goalies are so much bigger and we just have to cut down the angles and you look around the league when I played in there was Mike Vernon was one of the elite goaltenders and he's my size five seven five eight anti most not much taller than I am there was a whole bunch of goalies that we're under six feet now most teams at six two is the lower limit and most teams like six five or taller and just block at the Clinton so much better that butterfly style and teams everybody should support card now it used to be one or two guys and you look roundly Bobby hall and reed Larson here in Detroit it you could pick one or two guys needs team they can really shoot it and you get out early and you get set now even the idiot shoot at heart and if they don't know where it's going but they you still should have hired so and the and killing families now the goalie stay deeper and they're bigger and they just block did you have a favorite goaltender when you were growing up I grew up in Trenton Ontario and my brother older brother was a leaf and so I naturally I didn't wanna like to leave so I was a Detroit Red Wings fan I remember for Christmas my first hockey sweater that I got was a Detroit Red Wings sweater and I became Roger crozier fan because Rogers another guy not very big you know a look at it will give ashan I grew up watching him a little bit too and he I tried to pattern my game after okay that's on but I just love watching Roger crozier in his acrobatic style and pull himself up and people here to try to remember how you good under the cross bar and with this sticky problem south lot but at that year that they lost to Montreal when he got hurt I was so devastated because they ran on I mean they they just they got Roger crozier was I think he won the Conn Smyth that year in a losing effort just be they randomly and once he got hurt then the red wings were done and John always fun talking hockey with well thank you it's always a pleasure that's John Garrett former goaltender in the National Hockey League please two hundred seven games and now broadcaster with the Vancouver Canucks you know it's funny voted John McGarrett and back in those days John Kerr was a famous goaltender in can about the pre junior out the Peterborough Petes in like in the same sort of level with Jimmy Rutherford of course play for roughly through the same error but he's outstanding goaltender John a gear attacked his junior daylight I don't think it really became the pro a lot of people thought it was but he's right on the book does a goaltending of bells Roger closer to something else so acrobatic England all but the same description back.

"reed larson" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"reed larson" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"This one kind of broke it open Norris leans in glove on the right side wall behind the back as he gets a sign from Greiner one nothing Tigers are in the third one is the corners two outs the pitch Serena high fly ball left center field the trouble game. with number thirty nine that's a new oils record it's a three run shot in a three one lead for Kansas city in a Christian at the call ninety seven one the ticket it wasn't all bad news the Tigers were able to crawl back from that Hey they took the lead four to three but ultimately gave up that lead six to five that's the final Kansas city scoring twice in the bottom of the eighth to win this one. over the long holiday weekend the AP's top twenty five went twenty three in the OHL leaving the ranking mostly unchanged after a win over middle Tennessee state Michigan football remains at number seven in the country but despite a win over visiting Tulsa Michigan state fell one spots to number nineteen today head coach mark Dantonio showing displeasure over the way his team is playing Friday you don't know where to go you got to play with effort and toughness and too many that were too much of that was to me was lacking and I'm a call as I see it up here right now so we can send a message to our our football team and we got a long season ahead of us and we can we can play much better than that Nicholas from all calling it a career that he tried red wings defenseman for twenty five that's for fifteen years hanging up his skates today radio voice for the red wings can Kells not surprise that Nick's going to join the front office. rate and I'm glad to be sticking around because over the last couple years especially when the red wings didn't have a captain he was kind of the captain without the sea he was one of the guys that the team would go to war or coaching staff would go to when they had some issues with the players of the players had some questions for the coach crown what was the guy in charge in that locker room runner one of four defenseman record at least four hundred career points with the red wings those others being Nicholas Lidstrom reed Larson and red Kelly sports at.

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"reed larson" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"reed larson" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Baseball and Kansas city rob all right sign any squeezed in between Nick Roman R. TA go demerit will score without a throw how about that Grayson Greiner just back with the Tigers squeezes a single into right field one nothing types can occur soon Jim price they have the call in ninety seven one the tickets but it was Jorge Solaar who had the three run dinner in the fourth inning to put the Kansas City Royals out front three runs to one and that's where we stand right now yeah no Norris's nights done he had three punch outs over three innings pitched he gave up those three runs true Verhagen now on the hill for the Tigers as there down three runs to one here in the bottom of five in KC over the long weekend the A. P. south twenty five went twenty three in the old leaving the ranking mostly unchanged today after a win over middle Tennessee state's Michigan football remaining number seven in the country now despite a win over visiting Tulsa Michigan state's not the same story they dropped one spots to number nineteen today head coach mark Dantonio showing some displeasure over the way his team was playing Friday night so you don't know where to go you got to play with effort and toughness and too many that with too much of that was to me was lacking and I'm a call as I see it up here right now so we can send a message to our our football team and we got a long season ahead of us and we can we can play much better than that retirement paying red wings defenseman Niklas Kronwall he played fifteen years in the NHL all of which right here in Detroit he was one of four defenseman to record at least four hundred career points with the red wings those others being Nicholas Lidstrom reed Larson and red Kelly sports at fifteen and forty five past each hour on W. W. J. traffic.

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"reed larson" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

06:25 min | 2 years ago

"reed larson" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"He's Joe McConnell, Eddie how many years have you been involved in hockey because your career as a player is a stellar one you coached. And now you find yourself being one of the most accomplished broadcast of the game has to offer you sound like you're you sound like maybe it's my time to get on with life. I was gonna ask you for money. It's been such a fun run. And such a fortunate run. Nobody's been luckier than me. That's that's for. Sure. So now, it's been I've been in New York. It's twenty years. I've been really hard. Yeah. Yeah. Believe it or not twenty years in New York, but I come back here. Mike, and it seems just like yesterday I stayed with my son Adam who lives back in Saint Louis now I stayed with him and his wife and their little year and a half old daughter and spent time together, no and destroy around the city bit yesterday and went to blues practice, and it's just you know, there's some things that have a special place in your heart man, this place as a special place in my heart. Well, it was where you started as a player, but I'll even go back before that you had the honor and privilege to play with one. The great coaches will ever talk about. And that's her books. Herbie? When you're young sometimes in most times, you don't understand. What's happening? You know, and you scratch your head and go why did he say that? And why did he do that? And why is he acting like this? I wish you get off. My case. All those things in this goofball. What's he know? Right. And then and then you mature a little bit. And then he recognizes your maturity, and you your former different relationship, and and and her Brooks. Became a mentor, but he became a great friend of my parents who loved him dearly. And and he became a brother to my other brothers and sisters my eight brothers and sisters. He became a brother to them. And so it was a it was a special relationship. I learned so much forum. We lost them obviously way too young. And when people say surprised, what he did, you know who wouldn't be surprised in one thousand nine hundred eighty for any team to beat you know, the Russians are, but it didn't surprise me. Because of what I had gotten to know about him. You know? It's funny. You talk about one coaches get on you. And they climb all over you. And you're like why me, and then somebody will tell you what if he didn't like you. He wouldn't he wouldn't do what he's doing to you. And I think he's a classic example of that in probably knew when it was time to get off of you. You know, he. He I think more than anyone that I've ever played for been associated with had this innate ability to get inside somebody and really understand that particular person in that particular player, and I'll just give you an example. I remember when I was a I was a senior of Minnesota, and I was the captain and first half of the season. And it was a real struggle. We had we had all these lousy freshman like rob mcclanahan and Steve Christoff and Don Micheletti and. Missing a few others, but he's gonna win with this hour. We're gonna win with death. So the big deal ended up playing for the one thousand nine hundred team that won the gold, but but it was a struggle. But my my defense partner that year was a guy named Reid Larson who obviously went on to have a terrific pro career, and he's tough, and he could do something great shot and. So that I half a your we really struggled and remember we're playing a two game series and Notre Dame. And we lost a relies the first lost the first game. And I said to him. I said to him after the game, I said her, but I said, I need to I need to talk to you. And he said get showered up. He said, I'll wait free and we'll walk back to the hotel. So he says what's up? I said her we got a problem with this. You know, you're starting to have a problem with this group. I said because. The only guy that you haven't got on yet through this first half of the season is Reed Larson. That's the only guy said you don't want. I said guys are getting upset. You know? Why is he on me all the time? And why is he giving you know read read makes all these mistakes and gives up goals? He gives the puck away as plays half the game. He's making all these mistakes, and it's never his fault. But it's always our fault. And herb looked at me. And he said. Let me tell you something show. He said if I said to read Larson what I said to you. We'd lose them for the rest of the season. The only chance we have of making the playoffs and going for a run is if rehearsing compla- his best hockey, I treat him differently because I have to and I understand who he is. So he said now, I need your support with an, but that's him. There was an understanding. And so until you know, until he really start to learn and understand what he's trying to tell you and his message. Then you go okay now, it's starting to make sense. And so that's why when it came to one thousand nine hundred eighty and all those shenanigans in everything he was doing what the players and getting on players and have an assistant cook. That was all part of his plan was all part of how can I get the most out of this out of these out of this group? I don't hate anybody. But I need to get them to a level where there are team. That's him. You know, it's it's interesting. The the great coaches don't treat. Everybody the same. But they have the finger on the pulse of the ones who can take it. And the ones can't take it compared to the ones who always say team team team. I'm going to treat. Everybody the same those guys don't find themselves having a job along. No because you can't treat. Everybody the same. Because no one's the same. You just you just can't. And so you've got to find a way to maximize their potential, and he was a master Joma Colletti is our guests cammo X. We'll.

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"reed larson" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

05:41 min | 2 years ago

"reed larson" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Daughter and spent time together, no and destroy around the city a little bit yesterday and went to blues practice, and it's just you know, there's some things that have a special place in your heart. And this place says a special place in my heart. Well, it was where you started as a player, but I'll even go back before that you had the honor and privilege to play with one. The great coaches will ever talk about. And that's her books. Herbie? When you're young sometimes. And most times you don't understand. What's happening? You know, and you scratch your head and go why did he say that? And why did he do that? And why is he acting like this? I wish you'd get off my case and all those things and this goofball. What's he knowing? Right. And then and then you mature a little bit. And then he recognizes your maturity, and you your former different relationship, and and and her Brooks became not only a mentor, but he became a great friend of my parents who loved him dearly. And and he became a brother to my other brothers and sisters eight eight brothers and sisters. He became a brother to them. And so it was a it was a special relationship. Learned so much forum. We lost them obviously way too young. And and when people say are you surprised what he did, you know, who wouldn't be surprised in one thousand nine hundred eighty for any team to beat you know, the Russians are, but it didn't surprise me. Because of what I had gotten to know about him. You know? It's funny. You talk about one coaches get on you. And they climb all over you. And you're like why me and then somebody I tell you what if he didn't like you. He wouldn't he wouldn't do what he's doing to you. And I think he's a classic example of that in probably knew when it was time to get off of you. You know, he. He I think more than anyone that I've ever played for been associated with had this innate ability to get inside somebody and really understand that particular person in that particular player, and I'll just give you an example. I remember when I was a I was a senior Minnesota, and I was the captain and first half of the season. And it was a real struggle. We had we had all these lousy freshman like rob mcclanahan and Steve Christoff and Don Micheletti and. Missing a few others, but always gonna win with this hour. We're gonna win with. So the big deal ended up playing for the nineteen eighty team that won a gold. But but it was a struggle. But my my defense partner that year was a guy named Reid Larson who obviously went on to have a terrific pro career, and he's tough, and he could do great shot and. So that first half a year we really struggled and remember we're playing a two game series and Notre Dame, and we lost we lost. I lost the first game. And I said to him. I said to him after the game. I said her by should I need to I need to talk to you. And he said get showered up. He said, I'll wait free and we'll walk back to the hotel. So he says what's up? I said you got a problem with this. You know, you're certain have a problem with this group. I said because. The only guy that you haven't got on yet through this first half of the season is Reed Larson. That's the only and I said you don't want. I said guys are getting upset. You know? Why is he on me all the time? And why is he giving you know read read makes these mistakes and gives up goals it gives the puck away place half the game. He's making all these mistakes, and it's never his fault. But it's always our fault. And herb looked at me. And he said. Let me tell you something Joe. He said if I send it to read Larson what I said to you. We'd lose them for the rest of the season. The only chance we have of making the playoffs and going for a run his if rehearsing compla- his best hockey, I treat him differently because I have to I understand who he is. So he said now, I need your support with the, but that's him. Here's an understanding. And so until you until he really start to learn and understand what he's trying to tell you and his message, and you go okay now, it's starting to make sense. And so that's why when it came to nine thousand nine hundred eighty and all those shenanigans and everything he was doing with the players and getting on players and having this assistant. It was all part of his plan was all part of how can I get the most out of these out of this group? I don't hate anybody. But I need to get them to a level where there are team. That's him. You know, it's it's interesting. The the great coaches don't treat. Everybody the same. But they had the finger on the pulse of the ones who can take it in the ones can't take it compared to the ones who always say team team team. I'm going to treat. Everybody the same those guys don't find themselves having a job along. No. Because you can't treat. Everybody the same. Because no one's the same. You just you just can't. And so you've gotta find a way to maximize their potential, and he was a master. Joe Micheletti is our guest, cammo wax. We'll be back after this. Cardinals spring training.

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"reed larson" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

09:52 min | 2 years ago

"reed larson" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"This is NewsTalk eight three hundred are great show last night. Here's Smith the Vikings upcoming gamer Llano bar and grill. Jeff diamond is well breaking down the Vikings England Patriots. We will dissect. But. The point of this. So many times we think about the bad luck that we have we do our life kinda is series of zero minus zero means that. Yeah, it's expected. Everything's good. Minuses are when things go wrong seldom, do we look at things and say, boy, we're kind of lucky because I this is the way it works out for everybody else. The Minnesota Vikings. I would say today are kind of lucky because for the second straight year on defense in particular. They've had pretty good health though, they lost Andrews Indio today officially is played for a few weeks. But I would I would I would say I would make the argument that there's not much of a drop off between he and Anthony Harris everybody else. Mike used of course, rookie cornerback. I Trump is not with him. But everybody else is pretty much there. Anthony, bars back kendricks is playing the middle. They've the Sheldon Richardson. I mean, they got some players, and they have not miss many games because of injury Everson. Griffen mess spell there. And even there I would make the argument that that they've probably got better that position. Lindor defensive line because Steven Weber Weatherly. He's been given. So many opportunities to play. So I think in a strange way that the Vikings are probably should be at their best right now and going to need to because the New England Tom Brady, and then they face Russell Wilson coming back in Seattle cetera. But many respects I think there health your team then many in the NFL right now. And that's a good sign. That's a good sign you ever have strange anyway. But point is this so many times in life. We look at ourselves as unlucky. You know? We thank God, nor my luck won't have. No, I ended up in a traffic jam. I ended up you know, is raunchier. I ended up with whatever it is. And so many forget to say boy, wiz pretty good stuff here. I gotta break. I gotta. You go into to buy something and you find out his half. What expected to pay even if you're paying a lot still feels good right? I got a good deal. And and so many times nobody does that better. Nobody has gratitude. Nobody. And I met a lot of people in my life. Nobody exemplifies it more than Harvey MacKay, and nobody gives back like he does. But nobody has hurry mckay's attitude because Harvey gets up every day and he looks to win. He looks to create win wins. He looks to figure out a way that he can get better self-improvement is everything to him and in so doing he develops a great attitude and attitude of gratitude, and he joins us now we'll tie this all together as we move on the conversation. But Harvey, I've long admired you that about you. You get up in the morning, and you think how can I win today? What do you think about I get you roll out of bed in the morning? What's the first thing you think about well? First of all nice to hear your voice, I missed your. We haven't been together for no. So thanks for having me. It's really nice you. Well, what do I think about I first of all you got two choices when you get up? Optimus festival taking take your choice. Take your number two. My father taught me who was a journalist and AP correspondent over in Saint Paul Minnesota. Of course for about thirty five years. He told me never never never go around with a negative person. Just write them right off you only want to be around positive people. And you've heard the good PM a positive mental attitude, but it really counts number three. Sounds a little corny, but that could be more sincere. Mike, and that's my father talked to me. When you shoot your hand out to meet someone all your life. I learned this at age eighteen, but hi, I'm Kate. Hi, Mike, max, right to my brain Bank. I say to myself, what can I do for my max, that's attracting a coaster my up in the morning. What can I do for somebody else? And then of course, the real key is expect nothing in return. Liger life that way. In fact, I'd say to all your listeners out there. Try it. Right. You got to lose thirty sixty ninety days. Just try it. But it is over a period of a lifetime. What's going to happen to okay? Along those same lines before we move here. Because you're you're very active this time of year. What do you do when you have a massive disappointment in your life? Everybody has disappointments, you know, in sports, we talk about losing the big game. Or whatever it is. It hits us. We don't get the job promotion. We don't get the job. Whatever it is. What's the first thing you do when you have a massive disappointment in your life? Well, first thing is you know, what's going to happen? Yeah. I've never never. Yep. Met. My a successful person that hasn't had to overcome either a little versity and his or her life. Well, that's number one. You know, it's covet number two. I encourage everyone that I mentor again over the last many decades that you have to have a kitchen cabinet. Subsitute her kitchen cabinets three four five friends. But really sincerely care about you. Then you get a chance to kick it around. You get some ideas, if it's a big business decision on the other side of the coin when all of a sudden, you have to make this acquisition that they want to hire me they want me to go right to your kitchen cabinet. No matter what I've ever kitchen cabinet again for over fifty years. Yeah. I know Neo NAFTA and very well. He's right in the middle of their is he's he's been long long term. You don't have the same ones over lifetime, just like mentors they change. No. But Neil Neil's been faithful studied durable bright. There aren't enough words to describe accolades about him. So there's no substitute. Again. You can't do it all by yourself. Even the lone ranger have time to. That's right. I gotta say you lost one of your good ones. Ron Simon named the sports fans and others are familiar with from his business as an agent in this town for some locals represent Paul Molitor, Keith on horse, many others, but you knew him as a friend. Well, let's say almost eighty years. Close personal friends. Joined at the hip represented Nate legally kept me out of trouble and the one thing. Well, yeah. Many many acidosis describe Ryan, but the first and foremost would be hungry fighter. Whoa. Was he ever? I can't even tell you. And just an example. And yes, you're right. You mentioned herbeck I think in modern handle fire. Reed Larson just to name a few and very Representative poor different sports ethics from sports, very few agencies have done that it pretty much more specialized. Yeah. Let me give you a specific example. If I if I may have about Ravi goes up to the university of Tennessee, miss freshman year. Doesn't make it second year sophomore doesn't make it a third year junior doesn't make it goes out of fourth year doesn't make it. No. He did not graduate on purpose. But it was in the law school and convince one the dean's. Okay. The of men to credit shorts. So he could go off to the Tennessee. Get here. You went out for the tennis team didn't make it. Yeah. He goes out. Guess what makes the six man last position? Doesn't tell you about pure doubts fortitude. And the termination, I don't know. Probably doesn't regret it. Right. Oh, no. Yeah. The uh. He worked his way up the national chairman university of Minnesota alumni association, and I could just go on and on. So we we lost a great one there, and I'm just thankful that he was at my side for almost eight decades. Somebody stopped me today in the eighty s crystal court, and they said have you seen Harvey lately? And I said I have corresponded with him a little bit. And they said you got to check out his academy. And I said I heard something about this. And then I went online and checked it out. I came up with this idea. But it is so cool to see you're you're taking all the nuggets and all the wisdom that you've accrued over the years, and you're making it user friendly for folks, anywhere. Well, yes, I launched it just ten days ago. It's called the Harvey MacKay academy dot com. And of course, the subjects that I cover which is what I've been reading apology practicing all my life sales marketing entrepreneurship negotiations leadership hiring firing creativity time management. This was Asian. I could go on and those are the subjects that I cover is an online basically university or kademi, and I.

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