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"sean burke" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

Spittin' Chiclets

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"sean burke" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

"I think that incarcerated Bob Fellow had up last week. Maybe it was Saturday. Whatever in this you could so you can read the scroll? It's ABC's feeding. She's like this is wrong. I don't WanNa see this happen. I have I have a tape of this person going to extort you and then there's news breaks so I'm just statin contact rights instant guilty. You know like I said we just want to add additional context but that was the big story New England we owe me me. WIT and GRANOLA BIG PATS guys but any other final stories boys we've been gone for good little run here on a happier note. Cj Oh she's going to be getting a baby. Boy got two girls girls. They did a gender reveal on the ice. He hammered a big slapshot home and finally got his boy Badgen if your father do you have to girls you're just you're just asking for a boy on the third. Daddy's always happy like Gordon he would that was still the best. What is what does it call what he did when he slapshot uh-huh gender yeah that was the best general daddy's always forgotten about that all right boys? I think we've been going for a while while here. We got everything we need to wrap up. We had an interview burkey. I L everybody had a nice weekend the now I cannot wait to see you guys in. I know I'm looking forward to that man. I'm I'm getting getting on the train Sunday afternoon that twenty. What is it twenty seconds so that'll be fun three or four days look forward to uh-huh busy? Don't freeze is buying US dinner. I fuck it. I'll buy you guys dinner. What what's this is at the Portnoy Portnoy last guys embedded panel? Nhl Twenty comes out Friday. Do not forget spitting checkups are going to be pumping guys up they come on and do good interviews so make sure you tweet at your favorite players. Tell him to get on the spit and chickens podcast and next thing you know you're going to be buzzing around so we're renske is going to be like a seven overall all after we crush them after twice so we're inskeep going to be sitting on the bench with Biz a gang last day into the two kids I play with today. They said right away. Hey we're big fans of the show so it made day pretty special. It was derek packs in Nick Rivellini leaney so goes to good good good. We appreciated that cuts golf nerds. I know you mentioned. Ea Sports in pink wit you already but we want to send special. Thanks out to Peleton that Promo Code once again is hockey GONNA go kenai brands that Promo Code. There's.

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"sean burke" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

Spittin' Chiclets

12:53 min | 2 years ago

"sean burke" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

"That was the deal I had with dawn where I would do management stuff as well so it never really stopped. Stop me but it did get to the point where I felt. If I didn't get out of the coaching I would be stuck coaching the rest of my career. We'll dive into that in a bit people will be upset if I don't bring up brisk all up. In what way did you feel you helped him in what way maybe was he different than many bridges a very very mentally tough guy you know I it's hard for people to see him that way because he's a character and he's he's Goofy at times but he masked his his seriousness by that persona deep down. I always felt with Briz that he was dumb. As a Fox you know he was playing everybody. The the whole weighed in speak English properly the things he would say but but very very competitive and a real good athlete fleet you know thinking back to the shape he was in how much he could play. He never got he looked like a swimmer to me. Never got injured big shoulders he he he wasn't Jack but he was just fuck. was He good for us and and he he just the only thing that I think affected Briz at times it was did he you know he wanted more love. He wanted people to understand him more and you can't take your time with one person on a hockey club. You've got twenty players. You've got a lot of personalities. You can't give one guy all your attention so I think sometimes he felt like he was under appreciated a little bit he he didn't maybe get the recognition but in those couple years where he played lights out for the for the coyotes he was as good as anybody in the league those absolutely and and and he he was durable for a guy that wasn't like you say a specimen necessarily he was durable. He rarely ever got injured and I and dealing with him. One on one was was fairly easy then yeah. It was real easy for me. I had a real. I'll tell you you know I figured Obama's very early. You know when I when I took over coaching the very first day I went on the ice with him. I had been observing him for a whole year. He had been with the Organization but knock coaching so I could see him play. I saw him play a lot and I knew there was some things he needed to change and so I didn't know very well though so when I when I got the job the first thing he said to me was all goalie coach going to make me work so hard and I could tell her who that he had a little bit of an attitude absolutely and he saw me coming coming in and maybe thought that I had a reputation or something and I was Gonna come in and be hard on him and I took him aside and I said no breeze. I said listen I have no I wish you with your conditioning or anything about your game other than a few technical things. I'd like to help change so I want you to try a couple of things so I asked him to go out on the ice. I said I'm going to bring being a juvenile was with us. I said Joe Voice stand at the top of the circle and I want I want you to stand on the goal line and I want you to try stopping Puck Stan Leibel and I'm not gonna I tell you I want you to play on the goal line but I want you to do this drill on the goal. I WanNa prove something to you here so I can't do that. I can't stop puck standing on the goal line and I said well. That's okay. Just try it. No I don't I'm not gonNA I don't I don't stop. I severe is just try. It do me a favor and just stand on the goal line and stop pucks yeah well. He led every goal go in. He didn't even try Mesa see I can't stand on the voice okay well. I figured him out in a hurry. I realize it's not his idea era so he's not that's not how you coach guy like this. You have to figure out that it's gotta be his idea for to do it so I said to him. You know what brisk tonight I don't care if you give up seven goals. We were GONNA play a preseason game. I don't care if you give seven goals. I don't want you outside that blew the whole game. I don't care what you do. How you stop the PUCK? Just don't come outside the blue and we'll talk about later so he went out and he was first star and then he said to me after the game see this is the way I always wanted to play but they wouldn't let me play this way. I wanted to play deeper so I realized again okay. Hey here's a guy that knows that he can play the game really well and he can be successful playing a little bit deeper but he's not going to do do it unless he thinks it's his his idea so for now we never had a problem. I just realized any idea I wanted to figure out a way to make. It seem like it was his idea. Maybe say the opposite. Oh what if I do this and you're like Yup yeah exactly and you know what he was real simple. He had simple game. He didn't play a complicated Katie game. He was big he didn't. He wasn't really quick but he he read the play while he played deep he was able to do it because he was big and he he was really a good goaltender on top of the League for a couple of years there where you know I don't remember him. Having to he brought us in a playoff my first year here we ended up going ANC exception games with Troy Troy and then and then we are getting swept the next year but whatever the last in the playoffs and and you know Bris again if there was one thing about sometimes he you know I I I think he was extremely competitive and I think he cared obviously WanNa to play well but he just didn't seem like his game raised at the playoff level and well. That's the PAYCHECK's coming in right so yeah I know I know I did and especially in that second year. He knew his big pay day was comment and and he got it and and it's unfortunate he to me. He was a harmless guy. He was a good guy and you never wanna see a guy. Go out that quick especially but I'd imagine that the money coming in what can I tell you a funny only story about that sure so so that you know eighteen degrees. We've had breakfast or united time so that summer when Brisbane was a free agent. We knew we weren't going to get them signed. So Don made a move traders rates Philadelphia. He called me and said Hey Philadelphia's just offered me sixty million dollars and and I said said well you know you're gonNA take it. I know you're gonNA take it but I'm GonNa tell you right now. Just just to be honest with you. You'll never play that contract. You won't last in Philadelphia Elsia. You'll never play it out so I'm not saying that you can't take it or you shouldn't take because you have to get security for your family's security for you but you are not talking. Last in Philadelphia said that my said I've been and I'm telling you because I've been there and I know how difficult it was for me. I was there twice and I got booed out of the arena China and I got chased out it and you're making time to yeah and and I didn't have sort of the quirkiness about my interviews and things at Bris had I I just knew it wasn't going to translate very well and that stress and pressure was going to build on him and it wasn't. I didn't believe him that he could play well. It just wasn't the environment environment for Briscoe love with his with his personal because he came over from Anaheim to Phoenix so it's not like he's ever been in that a Canadian market or a market market Philadelphia and his credit he tried to win them over by being quirky and funny and self deprecating and sometimes and it just it didn't translate and eventually that city when guys making the kind of money he's making and you're playing that position. It just wasn't going to hit them up and spend eight and he's done and did he ever call you and say you're right no but we've we've come across each other at time. We have a good relationship and you know he's. He's a nice person. Oh yes. They're really nice person so we he never ever talked about it but I but I know that you know when we had that conversation. I'm sure he's thought about it and he and he realized at some point. I remember I remember I remember telling me this that we we actually went in Gaul a little bit longer than expected the Nick Nick. They say that right there and do next. I'm don sharing again. He's an awesome guy to what was his issue. Well dooby had just lost his belief. You know not only in his game but he had been he had been in a situation inventory probably was playing a as a number two young he hadn't developed and and as a as a first round pick the expectations were high on him and so he was in a Canadian market got chewed out chewed up a little bit and spit out and and then bounced around and lost all his confidence didn't have any real love of the game and was really easy to be honest because he had the package when you look at what he is now and what he's been able to do it was always there. He just needed to get to a situation where first of all he didn't come in the number one goal he came in here as a backup Smith had signed big deal so we weren't doing anything with Smitty and the the first day we got a Devon do I. I remember saying them listen. You just have to play now and relax and enjoy the game because you're not expected to be the number one. You're you're coming from a situation where you know your outta hockey. He was in the minors he had gone home from the American League. He wasn't playing down there so just let's work on getting your game back and you know do he's. One of the nicest people was so appreciative. His father sent me a letter after he got his career back back on track saying hey thank you saw some just just that kind of thing. How many lives are affected by a career right absolutely and you know again? It's the athlete you I know I can sit here and try to take credit. I Give Ben Wall out of credit because I know how important that is and I know how important it was for those guys but ultimately they have have to make that decision at some point that they're willing to listen. They're open to making some changes and the most satisfying thing about coaching especially she when you're coaching more individuals a couple goaltenders is it wasn't anything in it for me. I had been there. I had played I had had my day. I wanted to see genuine Annan. These guys play well because they deserved it. They're good people. They worked hard their families. We're going to benefit as you said how. Many people are affected by a career here. Especially when that crew turns around and guys going to play a lot of years you see you see it a little bit now. Especially goaltenders like the Robin Leonard Situation What a great story story that rates story another one with darling a few years back winning a cup with Chicago. We talked about him recently on the podcast we drafted him right and and he came to development camp and you know I felt for iphone for Scott during a lot because he actually you could tell he was drinking. He was drinking king as a young guy. He was on the ice he he I mean he was probably drunk on the ice and develop me camp and I can remember sitting down with him and realizing what a terrific a person is is but he has got a lot of struggles in life right now and he he opened up to me admitted what was going on and he would call me every summer because we we couldn't sign him. He was a elite round picky wasn't capable playing at that time but he would foamy every summer. Tell me he cleaned up and I didn't really believe him. I I could tell that he hadn't really cleaned up but then he called one summer and I realized he had cleaned up he was different. You could see it you could hear it in his voice and he got at a chance went on and ended up winning Stanley Cup so credit to him for turning it around or really a terrific guy but battling battling some some demons in in those guys you love to see them. I love a comeback story but they're always one bad day away from maybe going the other way so you just hope for those people that they can. They can stay on the right track. in it sucks because you're so talented and essentially Kinda goalie whisperer but you you want more. It's not even you want more. I think that you know I think it's sometimes we want to put people in boxes especially especially outside of the players in the game when you get to the management level the coaching level you know it's it's easy to put you boxes and say hey this guy's good at this so so we we like them here but really coaching managing they all have a lot of the same elements to you know and I just always wanted. I wanted to be a guy that was say. Stop playing pushed myself to see you know where I could get in the stage of my career and I and I liked the idea of trying to work towards being a manager one day and having being in the position where you're making not only the decisions where you're putting people in the right places.

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"sean burke" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

Spittin' Chiclets

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"sean burke" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

"Partnerships one hundred bounce so it's on the whit now I rip one down there. I actually rip a great second shot like pin high almost flood the check chip make par kind of disappointing joining part but with him in his pocket it was meaningful. We then go on my partners upset. He was out of the last holy stuff's onto a foot. Were five under through eleven through twelve thirteen. He makes a great part I was I was in for bogeys Shitty Shitty shot by me still swear at five hundred fourteen. I hit the most beautiful you don't fucking drive five with up to five hundred sixty yard par five up the hill. I got a nice little chip that I run by for Eagle about eight feet for Birdie my partners partners about twelve feet for Birdie. I go I. He's like you're mine was easier part. I was like dude. Just go make yours and if you miss I'll make mine although I do. I fuck in Miss Philly the biggest loser in the world he you know he does candidate thank you six. Hundred Fourteen fifteen hit my drive. Maybe a hundred yards right. I had to have the par-three three next hole for some weight. While I hit I was trying to gun like the gun is like the rain showers trying to see how far my caddie was from the Penn.. I figured it was two thirty down wind RIPA foreign liens like thirty yard short runs up and I make a Nice two-putt. My partner was in trouble. Susan miraculous par par so now we're on sixteen sixteen were six under my parts in trouble in for Bogey two hundred twenty yard par three. I hit four iron. I got about forty feet. I leave at ten feet short. We now know six under unders the number six hundred you're probably at least in a playoff. Where did you catch US via text or start checking the phones dude? I don't even know if that's allowed by already. Got My in-invitation today so I'll be there in may not to give the story away so I have. I got ten feet ten feet. We stay at six under right. I got ten feet. I can this beautiful for big time looking back on that water partway God shall we stayed six on relief fucking high five each other so frigging hard seventeen is a pretty hard dogleg left four hundred sixty or important forty two four sixty. My partner hits it left drew hits left. He's got this crazy stance. We can already tell it's not in the bunkers right above in the grass kinda screwed. I pipe one bombs away witty one fifty. I'm sitting in the fairway all of a sudden. This guy is older guys from the Rhode Island in Golf Association. They're helping out the US J. or wherever they do comes over what you guys at. I'm like what the.

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"sean burke" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

Spittin' Chiclets

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"sean burke" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

"That's when you know all. This is a complete disaster. He's like eating. Get fucking hurt to tell me about this tennis match that I missed all my water match unreal it was a Wimbledon Men's final Djokovic say Djokovic versus federal and it went it was what it can go. What five I forgot even say it can go five sets put in the fifth set? They'll end up doing a tie-break because if you have to win by two and Games it could be twenty five twenty three or whatever now that wasn't this the first year they instituted that tiebreaker. That's what I heard. I I don't know yeah. I don't know if it was the first year but it's definitely in recent. If not this year is somewhat in the past couple or maybe it was the first time it happened but anyways visit you get two of the three greatest players today the Dow and the going head to head for the title and one thing that's going five sets but they just kept going back and forth back and forth. I am not even a huge tennis fan. I have to relearn the rules. Every time it watching like like I just showed the wait a minute ago but it was just a phenomenal Thakin classic match but I was kind of a bummer the what they did they did go to this new tie-break and scorn. They basically play a one last point Biz instead like keep going and keep going it really. It's not like a shootout but it's it's also not like going over time. I'm trying to think of the perfect analogy was but wet but coming up. That's pretty good. Actually it's not point. You're running on pure adrenaline. Let them play <music> out so so you're saying that didn't end up going like going to like fifteen fourteen so so you have to win by two so that so basically what happens is these guys they win their service games for the most most part I mean they they don't broke and so in the end it can be win win win win. You just go on forever instead. They're like art will go to seven or eleven. Whatever the tiebreaker but I'm kind of with you at that point they've they've been on the court close to five five hours and then federal guy it tennis does not seem like the type of sport that after like Twenty Six twenty seven you should be that good? I mean it's so hard on your joints. The stopping the going the actual like ability you be that athletic on a concrete clay or grass surface doesn't seem like it'd be great after say I mean maybe I said a young age SHAEF thirty fetter just he doesn't slow down. This guy is like he's a gazelle out there. He kind of looks like Nita Meyer like yeah I don't I think he's sweating by the end of these matches tremendous athletes and they showed woody Harrelson. He was probably whacked out on edibles trying to get to a seat but the guy made them wait wait until there was a break in play which I got a kick out of because you know Hollywood people used to everybody. Let them do whatever they want so the guy's like nope sorry you gotta wait but he seemed like he was a cool spot about it. Afterwards I speak up so I got more yeah. I was GONNA say speaking of Act is <hes> the wet I wrote a blog about a week or two a low ball. Tom Cruise Dag Grenell. He told me you got a kick out of I was Tom Cruise's birthday so so I said in honor of his fifty seventh birthday here the top five Tom Cruise movies. I don't think did you catch it Biz. I'M I won't be offended if you say no. I know a little few. The boys were critical. The fact that Topgun did make the list yes. I did acknowledge. Let me run under number five was magnolia which probably more of an ensemble move than a Tom cruise movie but he was good to get nominated number. Four Jerry Maguire number three risky business number two born on the fourth of July number one rainman and yeah I did say top gun I didn't I did not include it on purpose. I think top down his most overrated movie. I saw it at the theater when it came out as a teenage boy..

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"sean burke" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

Spittin' Chiclets

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"sean burke" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

"Code Checklists C. H.. I. C. L. E._D._S. to get your savings in start getting better hydration. That's liquid I._V.. Dot Com Promo Code checklists. Don't wait stop properly hydrating today or did did you guys see that fucking clip of the New Jersey Devil Mascot at the Kitty Potty all yeah all my did you see that what he they were going up all parachute things and he just starts running. It's while I don't know if he was trying to bang on the glass and he shattered the then he looked like she wanted a flesh and cut himself with the blade afterwards because all his entire job is to be there and cheer people up not to be there and scare the Fox Louis. Jimmy scripted it any better because it was the devil from the New Jersey. What's his name the New Jersey Devil Oh that's his that's his nickname? It's not like spooky or something or just the Nj Devil okay with the guys laugh at about like sometimes. It's like a two devils name the devil level you know God me a fucking. No you're right for that. One the the payment and it was dead. It was dead silent after that all the kids just like everything stopped so it was it was pretty good. They turned it into some good content for the N._H._l.. Plot twitter and instagram so if anything it worked out the costume was a pain class fucking talking that's Fisher the fucker you laugh and outwit nothing I just I'm actually thinking of that kid in the costume or what are they called again the people who <hes> they hate you mascot yeah. He must've been so horrified when he broke that class. That's when you know all. This is a complete disaster. He's like eating. Get fucking hurt to tell me about this tennis match that I missed all my water match.

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"sean burke" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

Spittin' Chiclets

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"sean burke" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

"God. It's sucks they weren't they weren't there awesome and maybe they like Kinda in their head. They were like not necessarily that I suck but more that like he's not on our level and that's the whole I mean the whole point of the thing I'll go into later but so either way I ended up grinding out the rest of the round so I'm six overthrew seven and I get to the eighteenth t six over so I had played even par golf and I started playing good and I felt good. I was drinking <music> mouse golf. I'm not trying to admit you know <hes> what's what's. What's it called when you get yourself in trouble are a it's like a term used in court self-incrimination self-incrimination mask off? I'm not trying to do this right now but I had a couple of drinks going on. I loosened up and I played some great. I spent some great golf. You know what I did on Eighteen Biz. This is the first round folks we have today to get to. which was the second you know what I did on eighteen? I pounded driver. I'm talking like middle of the fairway a hundred and fifty yards out pounded and I'm like dude. I make Birdie here. I shoot seventy six five over. I'm kind of in the mix here like that's pretty solid what do I do. I hit it long right. I'm talking dead. I'm talking. We're looking around for the bond. Some kids like it's over here. I'm like you mother. Fucker and now all these people are standing over there and all these people watch and and I have to hit this like incredible shot to get it on the green then it's rolling downhill like no chance of making for up to make five. I flubbed the chip. The chip chip goes about six feet. Oh God I know and I'm like is this happening right now. I just grind it. All those holes you know from seven from eight to eight eighteen I I was doing it and I hit it on the green. I got twenty feet and I make double at an end day seventy nine as you said Oh my God like a bomber rattled could have been better but I'm not like that good so it's like Kinda like some positives. Take Out of took today. Go into today guys and realistically quickly. I would have had to shoot in the end. I would have had to shoot two under to get into a playoff to get on hopper exact. I wouldn't need it to shoot three under it was it was I said going into the course. It was a one percent chance I have to go out and put my you know not career-best bunch in situations like this. It'd be the best round of my life but what happens guys what happens today. I get there and I'm feeling great. I'm feeling great. I had a couple of Nicolaas in my kitchen to make ultras in like eight minutes and then my buddy picked me up and we went to the course and I'm warming up and I'm hit nick great again and I'm like I feel awesome right now. I'M GONNA actually go striping around here like I was talking so confidently because it was so true in my head like I have game right now and you know what happens as I walk off the ranch I see our boy keith. Yandell shows up. Watch me fall off my boy. My boy who who then went on to take about fifteen pictures of eating a hot dog at the turn and makes you say at the pool at my shirt off like just like trump me but he shows up and I I'm starting off ten starting off ten on the second day eye stripe right down the middle. I got seventy five Yarden Keith like this is on rarely walk when they were having a blast so I hid it to like fifteen feet. I just Miss Nice little start even par through one next whole par-five. I pound on driver over this hill. I get two hundred yards into the green on a par five. So I'm Mike here we go boys. I hate it right hit it right up into the weeds not a great shot by the wit but Keith doesn't mind by way of course after the first whole Keith runs into a guy he goes. This is my dad's. It's party some random.

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"sean burke" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

Spittin' Chiclets

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"sean burke" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

"Again. The Sean Burke for a very lengthy interview with our own Paul Bissonnette Biz. You've been crushing it lately in this interview game and other job well done what an unreal career burke he had it was good to get a real deep insight on it so good job about this yeah he was awesome. It makes up for me not being able to think this episode so I J. Dude if I was in my thirties and just had four days at the stampede man I wouldn't be right for a week so so we got you. Don't worry that's what that's what the team does. We pick you pick everybody up here. Thank you Sir and speaking the team. One of the members of the team had a big golf tournament on Tuesday. Ryan Whitney Inuit went down boys. I don't have great news. I do not have great news. You know how much I talked about this. You know how much this meant back to me just to get in was a huge thing. Were you know though like two weeks three weeks ago. I started to striping it. I mean I'm I'm. I'm every every round. I'm around par. I'm like dude. I've Kinda gotten to this next level. I'm ready ready for this tournament and then we go to L._A.. On that ridiculous trip we had out there and what happens I come home and I stink. I stink in the first day of this tournament I was I was nervous. Knocking ally. I was really nervous on my Jesus crisis. This is a country club. This place is beautiful. It's unbelievable golf course they get all the officials out there. All these old man mask off does a great job just an unreal organization. They put on a fabulous tournament so I'm. I'm you know I the juice of Florence I started drinking. I would like a drink at eight in the morning my first round at nine what happens so. I figure you know what I'm GonNa. Do the country really old course it's been around the late eighteen hundreds and we're talking like hundred hundred fifty years i. I don't know it's an old track one of the best in the country but their range is really small so you can't hit like long club. You can't your driver. You're three would they have these yellow balls there that are like limited flight ball so you hit him and then they just drop out of the sky. You don't really know how you hit. It was going to go to this other ranch. Golf course real nearby Brookline Golf course whatever it's called. I go there Monday morning. It's closed. That's the start to my damn like this is not a great sign not at all so we drive in. I parked my car. I'm walking in and some guy first thing. Anyone says he goes eight. Can you not park there tomorrow when you come back for the second round police park behind this building. This is another tough start. We're over to to here on Monday morning while Little Dino I warm up on feeling great. I'm feeling actually phenomenal. I was I was hitting it so grow in the range just irons in the caddy's like my buddy Derek. He's like <hes>. Let's get Outta here. You don't WanNa be hitting it this good right now. I'm like okay. Let's go you know it's never good to be striping it on the range so I get over the I. Wouldn't you know I meet the guys that I'm playing with one of the guys I know very well. Ben spits this kid. We plan on the same peewee hockey team. We won the Quebec Pewee World Championship. Thanks for coming how are you it was like on E._S._p._N.. Two back in the day huge deal we took it down. He was like a golfing on growing up pretty sick hockey player too so it was really nice to be paired with him. I haven't seen the kid no joke like fifteen ears..

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"sean burke" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

Spittin' Chiclets

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"sean burke" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

"Why don't you tell me what you tell you tell these guys what you tell me were riding in the car together to him and threw them right under the faucet search for Joey who had nothing to do with what did he have to say pipe up? He didn't say a word joy buried his head and he was such a good guy. I'd play with them. Did any of the big boys go up to the fun all right you fucking asshole aw I don't know but you know how those car rides are. We've all been there. You're writing to the rink with one of your teammates and you know you're just you're just shooting Shitty guys and all this guy bothers me because he whatever that's part of being on a team of course like Uber Ride in automatically but poor joey who wasn't even in on this thing got thrown under the bus so this day. I never forget the look on his face in the other J._R.. <hes> walt stories. You know what I mean. I I do have to say those guys. <hes> were were great. They were great teammates and different than you know J._R.. How do you not like J._R.? These I mean this guy has this guy has a heart genuinely bigger than anybody I've ever seen he will stop and talk and it's not all bad days no no bad days and and it's genuine I mean he's not doing it when there's a camera. He's doing it yeah when there's a camera for sure but he's also doing it when there's not he's just that type of guy played a lot of Golf J._R.. Over the years the his nickname was found it because no because somehow he'd hit the ball so far out into the desert and nobody would be able to see where it was but all of a sudden you'd hear him found it as the ball came flying out like four fairways over so nobody ever nudity really early find his bowl bears nickname was founded but he's a heck of a Golfer and and he did he he definitely doesn't need to cheat on the golf course to beat anybody but a little shady with the way he could find his Balsam. Money was involved especially the money was all all all you have to get jazz comments. Would you say that to his face and he would know his nickname's founded. That's so good any other any other things you WanNa talk about when you with your time with the coyotes when you're playing. Where did you not end ended up making an all star game? I actually plan to back to back and <hes> you know it's funny. I played in the All Star game in nineteen eighty nine and then I went fifteen years between all three games and played back. That's gotta be some sort of record yeah if they keep records for that kind of stuff. I mean you know at the end of the day I guess it shows the longevity of a career but I credit a lot of that the ban while Air I really do. I don't think that I at that stage in my career sure would have ever found my game <hes> and so to be able to play in the All Star Games you know when you play in the first year eighty eight or nine whatever it was you know that can happen. You can get on Iran. You can have a great year but then as you get older children to be able to play back to back and put good seasons together <hes> that's where I give a lot of credit to coming to Arizona and being able to revitalize my game. That's unbelievable career congratulations on that as I said in the intro eighteen seasons reasons to buddy thank you for your time and I'm imagining everyone's GonNa love the insight and we don't really get to talk to a lot of goalies. Although I'm going to try to get Curtis Joseph on here he'd be a good he'd be a good congress. He's very interesting Guy Curtis and <hes> he's had a great career all right. Thanks for having me. I really appreciate any time I thank you. Then interview was also brought to you by Roman swipes. Most guys have tried different ways to last longer they can about baseball thinking about how many goals Wayne Gretzky scored who won playoff m._v._p...

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"sean burke" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

Spittin' Chiclets

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"sean burke" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

"Okay Fuck. That's unreal on so we kind of hopped over the last part of your career that WanNa talk about it. I was playing in Tampa and one guy we always talk about on the podcast. Polarizing figure is John Torello and I know that you guys didn't really see eye to eye on your there well again. I I look back and I really I think that anytime name you're going through a tough situation especially in sports which is a high pressure. You're paid well. There's expectation you know you've got to look at the other side of it too and we all we always fail to look at what the other person sees the coach hold you somebody like that but torch is just a really hard guy on goaltenders and he self admittedly he never really understood how to handle goaltenders. You know how to talk to them where they fit in in the form of the game plan to to him it's like hey just stopped the puck shut up. I don't WanNa hear about it and if you don't stop it you know what I'll get somebody else who will and I just at that stage my curves thirty eight years old. I had played a long time. I felt like I was a child. God and you know he he just never really warmed up to what I was about and I never could understand how he could coach and think he could be successful that way so we had some battles and <hes> so funny funny things too. I mean you know I remember. He pulled Johnny Graham that you're eleven times. He wanted Johnny Graham to be the number one goaltender so bad because Johnny had been the backup when they won the cup and Johnny in his mind had earned the right oil to his guys like Johnny was Johnny was a great partner but Johnny was not the most dedicated guy that you would look at and say that's a guy. That's your number one goal. He he was a talented guy but he didn't have the mentality tally to be a consistent number one so he pulled Johnny Graham eleven times during the course of the year and so what I finally started to do was I said to Jason Service one eight hundred four trainer there who you know I sit serve. I'm not going to sit on the bench tonight because I'm cramp down in the corner and eleven time this year I've had to go in and every time I go in. I feel like I'm an accordion trying to get myself loose to get into the I'm GonNa stay down the hallway. I'm going to stretch and every time that we get scored on because because Johnny's not playing very well. He's going to get scored on. Look down and tell me if tortorella looking for me and so first Montreal we're playing Montreal home. They score early in the game and I look and serves gives me the wave note to no three we have the pollution loses six one and torched never put me in so after the game go in address room. I'm getting changed and I'm thinking he's coming in and he's GonNa blast us now well he does he comes in and he looks at me and he goes get out here and I get up like a ten year old and I walk walk over to the restroom into the hallway and towards his where were you I was looking for you and he started giving it to me and I looked at him. I said I was down the Damn Hallway stretching because you've put me in eleven times cold this year and I wanted to be ready. He goes oh that's a good idea and he walked away and I couldn't believe we just lost six one at and I was genius and I was the one that I was the one getting and shit. It's just it didn't matter yeah. We're yeah. Where are your priorities that while I be an asshole if we completely hopped over Arizona here for Phoenix at the time I should say <hes> obviously you got your career back on track spent five seasons with the with the Phoenix coyotes play with some pretty iconic is Jeremy Roenick Walt?.

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"sean burke" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

Spittin' Chiclets

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"sean burke" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

"German. He Ain't a you know a Gretzky in a messy because I mean when you win so you get associated in that that type of ABS- absolutely and and Eric I don't know if I ever saw player that I personally played with that. If you just took the hand of God or whoever and said I'm going to boom mm create what the perfect athlete is it was him I mean at eighteen years of age when he came to national team he was a man he was built like a man he was strong. He was mean when he needed to be. He could skate he could shoot. He worked hard. He He's good looking. He had everything and yet he had so much pressure. I think he put on himself early on that. You know again. It may be limited a little bit but but there's not too many guys that come along with that package at his age he he was kind of like the guy who had the shoe deal before even reached the N._B._A.. Sort of thing I mean he as soon as he stepped any at Bauer I believe and then you had those Bauer thirty thirties I used to use those wooden twigs and he was yeah yeah he was just he was just a specimen and as you said he was he was the create a player he was and he to go along with it. He had an edge to them and when you're that size and you're that strong I mean when we used to play some teams teams over in Europe teams like France and Germany and teams had no idea had didn't know who he was he would absolutely kill guys on the you would cringe seeing this poor guy and him go for the PUCK and the guy had no idea that this two hundred and thirty pounds mean guy was going to knock him out of because they probably see a stats like Oh this guy just put the puck in the back of the net yeah they didn't know and you know people found out in a hurry but it it it was it was ugly at times watching some guys come up against that. He's probably getting five minute majors for routine hits. Oh it was off like in remember playing Poland in places like that and some of these poor kids had no idea who he was and he would just crush them. He ended up playing in Florida. The next two seasons I mean I mean back the Berry was there also yeah he ended up coming over Wazir free agent that summer I believe he was. That's a good question. I don't know how pauvres ended ended up Florida. He must have been a free agent <hes> and he scored every night. I mean you know if there was a guy that scored every single game it was Pavel Berry he he would get a breakway every game and he'd score and it was just amazing to watch if he didn't get hurt that your new the N._c._A._A.. We would have made the place we miss the playoffs because he got injured but ultimately that was a player that I don't know if I've ever seen a guy you know..

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"sean burke" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

Spittin' Chiclets

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"sean burke" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

"You're seeing those kind of coaches out cassidy's the balance you know these are all guys that I've known or played with <hes> Rod brindamour. How could you not want to play for these kind of guys so that that is where I think the game has come to you could beat guys down a lot more in the earlier? Ah years ago players don't want to put up with anymore. I agree yeah player. Coaches is the way to go and I mean as you mentioned galant had early exit but he's known as a players coach and never really makes about himself he just kind of answers to questions and and and it's always the guys who got the job done and maybe you know he may needed to make adjustments at the team loss and kind of takes heat a little bit and you know again obviously know what happened in this playoffs. They could easily won all I thought they were. I mean if they would've won that series. I mean they'd be playing in Saint Louis Right now. That's my thinking and of course <hes> that would have been awesome series to watch what was it like moving from from Hartford to Carolina and all of a sudden you're with the same team essentially but just in a different city. It was really strange you know because the team was talked about moving to Columbus. We were told it was moving to Columbus so at the end of that year in Hartford. We knew the team was moving. We had a meeting. The owner came administered guys. We're GONNA move and ninety nine percent. We're moving to Columbus so everybody scrambled to find their dictionary or encyclopedia. Whatever because nobody we didn't have the kind of access to the Internet but now you're still spank off to <hes>? To Fox Magazine Mad Magazine mad magazine you sick puppy. That red headed guy on the cover. The full the thing up it would make a different image. Playboy was actually nude in those days. Oh yeah then they don't have that anymore but you probably don't even know that we just go right to the you just dot com and it's got anything you want. You can just find it. It's crazy you could have girls pooping and cups and stuff. I'm so far behind never seen the two girls one cup up. I'll show you on my computer laptop after this my Macintosh humble brag there. We're we're we care. We're back the well Columbus was moving to Columbus and then it just sort of changed and we all of a sudden. We're moving to Carolina so that's summer everybody had to scramble to figure out a get down to Carolina. Look for a house <hes> and you know pack up move. You're done so it really. It really happened. Almost in the middle of the night you were packed act up and you were gone and you're in a strange place that nobody knew anything about hockey and <hes> it had no hockey history and you're in the south it was it was a real culture shock to go from Hartford which wasn't nate..

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"sean burke" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

Spittin' Chiclets

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"sean burke" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

"So we came up with not we he came came up with a plan to kill penalties against the Pittsburgh Penguins where all PAT verbeek would do is go stand right beside Marylou wherever he went on the penalty kill while Mareo figure it out in about ten seconds what was going on he went stood out and center ice and Pat Verbeek fallen vote to center ice and the Puck went from Francis to coffee to Stevens and it was in the net Mariel merial had his stick down already waiting for the face off at center ice already lined up for the draw who's has already lined up for the jaw and we as a team you know how it is. We were embarrassed. <hes> oh man that is too good and it'll thinking back I can understand that you know obviously there was no way to effectively actively kill penalties against pissed so you had to think a little bit outside the box but it wasn't like that four on three against us was going to be any less effective with Mariel standard usually the reason they got a good P P. They got a lot of weapons and not just one guy I but <hes> that's that's an unbelievable story. I on the other quick ones for pure well. Just I remember to the next time we played Pittsburgh. He he knew that your yard or had on legal stick which a lot of guys played with a legal stick you know why they had that rule. One time didn't really make a lot of sense anyway so he waited he had that trick in his bag until the end of the game with about a minute to go in the game he called the Army Auger and in a tie game on on a legal stick and he went to the box for two minutes while we didn't score score and the game went into overtime and we didn't score and overtime but his Yager came out of the box he got he got the puck and winning on scored on a breakaway and came right by the bench takoff his glove and saluted Pierre McGuire with the middle finger so so maybe there's a few reasons why he's not well liked in the hockey community but I think he's hilarious. He tells a lot of good stories. Anyone's GonNa get hate when their vocal here he works. You know again I I mean I played a short amount of time for Pierre he he's not he's not a guy that anybody's GonNa Miss in the coaching world. I'm sure but give them credit. He's he's been. He's been in this business long time. He works extremely hard and I never turn off the T._V.. When Pierre McGuire Royer comes up no I love it? He's Quirky. He's just another personality in the hockey world. I think I think I think people need to lay off them and kind of embrace him for his quirkiness. I mean similar like Don. Cherry's getting a little bit senile but it's almost like just take it for what it is laugh a little bit written. You know I got to work with Don. Cherry my first retiring. I did hockey night in Canada. No I did hockey night. KANTER furlough with with Ron MacLean Don Cherry all wrong awesome and the funniest.

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"sean burke" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

Spittin' Chiclets

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"sean burke" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

"You know when he gets here. Maybe that's another boost that we're going to get and it sort all went. It went together. I mean it it came together at the right time whether you're ten and two and maybe ten to one in your in your thirteen games at the end of the season were you guys in a playoff position that year before you got there do you guys just squeak and we squeaked in on the last day in overtime. Johnny Mcclain scored in overtime in the in Chicago Stadium to to get us in a place on the last day of the season and then we won two rounds owns and lost in game seven to go to the Stanley Cup. How nice was his hair back? Then to the way he had good here. Johnny what happened stress Johnny Hey grade here he <hes> and it flowed. I mean he was never the fastest skater so so it wasn't like it was kind of blown out of his helmet going down the ice but he did have a good good coffee here at those at that time so then you end up spending another three full seasons in New Jersey I was there three more years and <hes> you know as I said it was. It was a struggle it. It was a real struggle. I I was I was I was cocky. I thought it was going to be easy looking back I didn't I didn't put the work in the next couple summers that I needed to and it bit me and and I really think that that was probably <hes> the low point in in in a sense that I really needed a an attitude adjustment and I never thought of myself that way. I was never really a cocky guy or a guy that took things for granted but because it went so well my first year I didn't I didn't appreciate how good the League was. I didn't respect it enough and <hes> as you know <hes> the minute you give a little bit back in this game. It comes back to bite. You and it's hard yeah. It's hard to catch back. Get Behind the eight ball at what point during your New Jersey stint did luke in Luke came in the next year and you know part of part of my struggles. <hes> was probably probably that Lou recognized. Here's this young player. That's had a lot of success early on but he's not playing the way he needs to play and yet. I was kind of fighting against that thinking I had already earned something and I was entitled to something and as you know Lou has never been any different <hes> to his credit. He's he's been consistently the same way as a general manager he's he's adjusted and he's adopted a little bit and in this day and age but <hes> I tell you he <hes> he he was good and <hes> <hes> and looking back. I learned a lot more playing for him than I than I recognize that time so I asked a bunch of people on twitter I said if you have any questions and one of the questions I got in was do you regret sitting out the ninety one ninety two season now I would assume that that that was probably because of a contract negotiation funny it really wasn't the one thing about Lou was that he paid his players very well. So when I became a restricted free agent just before that <hes> summer it was it really wasn't any do with contract. Do offer me a very good deal very fair deal. I just didn't feel I was having fun. I wasn't enjoying the game and I had the one option to go back and play in the Olympics again so just because the timing of things and the fact that I had played the Olympics in eighty eight and we didn't win a medal we were close. I I looked at ninety two as a chance to have one more opportunity play in the Olympics and till this day people would assume there was a contractor are there wasn't a Louis very fair..

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"sean burke" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

Spittin' Chiclets

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"sean burke" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

"Off. I went to Calgary play for Dave King and never really until years later realize what an astute you move that was on his part because when I came into the N._H._l.. I was ready to play absolutely. I was ready like day one so was there an H.. L. Back then was it was it was but you were too young to go there. Yeah I was too young to go to the A._H._l.. And I had had already played two years of junior after we'll after my second year junior. I wasn't ready to go to the N._H._l.. So I would have had to go back to junior again sure and <hes> and Max <hes> to his credit and for a lot of people you know the the reason it was so good good was obviously you go to the national team a chance to play in the Olympics but the schedule was incredible. You played on in Europe a lot of games and we were playing against the Russian national team so at Eighteen nineteen years of age I was planning its Fetisov and Larry on of and all those guys were young guy that team no. I wasn't the youngest but there was a number of guys that were in my situation cliff. Ronning and people like this at all went on to have decent N._H._l.. Career so that was a common thing for guys who are too good for junior and they would just they want to develop faster now. Nowadays I mean you look at Awesome Matthews. He went over to Europe to play for a team there and he got to make some money back then I would imagine you're getting paid a little bit but not too much yeah you know it was it was a little different because your contract once once you signed your contract actually ran oh not like now so so those years ran off my deal. So you got your signing bonus. She got a little bit of of money on the side. You weren't going to get rich for sure but when you're nineteen twenty years old and you traveling traveling around the world and it's all paid for playing hockey you know there's not too many better ways you think you can spend your development years absolutely and then so after your second full season with the national team you actually ended up going to New Jersey at the end of the a year you played thirteen regular season games and the European the starter in playoffs. Yeah we went right through to <hes> game six. <hes> we lost <hes> you know we're one game or actually gained seven. We're one game from one of the Stanley Cup in my first year and it was really a blessing and a curse all at once because I came out of the national program rate into the kind of the fire and we had success right off the bat and I al- almost thought boy this is this is great. This is going to be like this every year and boy did it come crashing down after that for a couple of years after my great intro and I'm like Oh yeah so you grew up in Windsor and you're like no I actually was raised in Toronto about Thirteen Games of playoff run was a little better than your intro but not in case of what was the reason why you all of a sudden just stepped in where starter would they have issues in net where their injuries yeah there was a combination that the team had never made the playoffs that we had a young team we had <hes> you John Maclean and Kirk Muller Brendan Shanahan and we had this team that was poised to start to take the next step but they didn't have that goal tender and so the team was almost waiting for me to come in. You know we had all been both the same I made. We were all sort of on the cusp of being decent N._H._l.. Players and yet I was the one guy that was still kind of sitting back developing with the national team and of course guys new hey. This is our second round pick. He's a good goalie..

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"sean burke" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

Spittin' Chiclets

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"sean burke" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

"And some more time with the Canadian national team this guy. I went on to play eighteen N._H._l.. Seasons for nine different teams accumulating eight hundred twenty N._H._l.. Games he finished with three hundred twenty four wins. I'M NOT GONNA mention the losses occur two point nine six goals against against average and a nine. Oh two save percentage of very fine career and let's welcome Sean Burke to the spin checklist podcast that was impressive. I A couple stumbles not bad not bad and twenty fourth overall. It's a first rounder nowadays the second rounder back then that does your age a little bit is the fact that that was what mid second round then Oh yeah no. I was third picking the second. That's a late first rounder now. I love it. Okay okay so you grew up in Windsor. I actually didn't I grew up in Toronto. My Stay Hot Biz my interesting story. They'll actually my dad at the time was working at the Renzo Windsor raceway. He was a big horse guy in and for most of my life pretty well my whole childhood my dad. He didn't go to a nine to five job. He was used a handicapper. He went to the racetrack seven days a week and made a living betting horses. Give me a break. That was his what type of money we talking here. There'll be some bad years though you're not able to upgrade the bads there was never knew pads. I can tell you that well you know not not to throw the SOB story early into this interview but my parents were divorced. When I was young and my dad to his credit he raised <hes> four kids on a on a gambling salary so ultimately at the end of the day I know it sounds crazy <hes> but but you know he he would have bad days and we could always tell when he had a bad day you know he'd come home and he's a little grouchy the <hes> he didn't he didn't do a very good job picking the ponies that day but he did he did net? We never went without without anything that I was able to play hockey and my <hes> my siblings were all able to do <hes> some things themselves to but it was it was stressful around our hosts at times. Oh I bet and growing up. Did you ever develop a little bit of not a gambling gambling issue but did you gamble the opposite. My Dad never showed me how to read a racing form and when we were younger and we go to the racetrack with we'd run around pickup old tickets. You know that was a fun thing to do and right through 'til 'til now. I have no idea how how to read erasing form. I've never developed a interest in the horses. I did own a couple with him. When I got older and had some money to a couple of cheap Hamal Brag there well they just these these weren't Kentucky Derby but but but you know it was it was a way for me to get a little bit closer to him later on in life when certain that was his passion and <hes> and I recognize that obviously so we owned a couple of horses together <hes> but I but I never did develop a real interest in horse racing <hes> I so how how was your relationship with your mother? It got really good leader later on <hes> you know she would come down here. She just passed away a couple years ago and in the last ten years she would come and visit every year spent time in Arizona. Her health was never great. My mother and father were from that generation where they thought a healthy meal was was pasta and bread and they both had diabetes at some at some point in their life developed it and never could really change their lifestyle so they never eat really that atwell and <hes> looking back. It's you know it's it's a lesson <hes> we're much more aware our generation everyone nowadays and our kids. Are you know I make sure kids eat healthy learned early on in life. <hes> also a lot more information at our fingertips information yeah and you know just again it was it was that generation just a home cooked meal.

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"sean burke" Discussed on Hockey Today

Hockey Today

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"sean burke" Discussed on Hockey Today

"Of playoff experience between the players that they traded for men grabner boil etc all those tonight at maroon they added about three hundred games if you add it up in terms of playoff experience and i value that i think that playoff experience the more you have i think you can that will really help so i think that the devils will be more prepared for the playoffs than fans might think they are and i i brought this up and you might be a little bit too young to remember eighty eight and it's the thirtieth anniversary of the devil's going to the playoffs for the first time and there's some similarities to do you remember where you were at w do you remember where you were when johnny mack scored that goal in overtime i was at my girlfriend slash now wife's house in the living room watching it with her dad and it was just an amazing run there what ten and one down the stretch sean burke comes back from the olympics and they throw him to the wolves and he just was unconscious similar to the kincaid situation where he kinda strangled the job away from the incumbent in schneider and ends up an unconscious and then they go to the play offs as a severe underdog that was the one through four format with the divisions and they take on this juggernaut in the islanders who were at the end of their dynasty and beat him in six and going to run away to game seven of the conference final with for be in kirk muller john maclean guys that had never been to the playoffs before and maybe they can get a similar situation where the inexperienced that actually works in their favor so i think it's fun the devils arrived a year earlier that i think ratio even expected so i think this is probably gravy although i'm sure john heinz doesn't want to think of it that way but i i think it should be fun bruins leaves them so looking forward to arta i really feel bad for the leafs because i think this team if anderson plays well could make a run and i think hockey's better when toronto and montreal or good and toronto certainly is back to be in a good team but this is a tough matchup for them i think boston's the best team in the car.

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"sean burke" Discussed on Hockey Today

Hockey Today

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"sean burke" Discussed on Hockey Today

"I'm kenny but this is the thirtieth anniversary of you guys making the playoffs for the first time beating the blackhawks molasses day of the season getting in and making that run to the conference final and the catalyst that time was sean burke he got called up late after the olympics and caught fire keith kincaid been with you all year but kinda similar situation where the guy you didn't think would take you there has gotten hot now become the number one goaltender so just talk about where we are right now with keith kincaid and and how big he's been to this team well if you would've said before the season that was going to make the playoffs and they're going to be leading most people to such motes including myself but that's that's exactly what transpired coercion either went down with injury keeping got a lot of games in at the time he's just wanted to play more and he wanted to show he's capable of it i don't think anybody knew if he was or not because he's had some real good games in his short career here but to to put a couple together put three games in a row together that was still missing from cades resume and all of a sudden this time around he's strong a lot of good together the winning goalie in the last in the month of march and april with sixteen wins pretty remarkable what he did and certainly they're not here without the play of kief kincaid and they we know how important goaltending is you can't win out good your team as goaltender doesn't make timely say's he did it time and time again down the stretch and no different last night he made some shoots as whatever doubt one nothing they go down to.

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