35 Burst results for "Taylor Hall"
Moore scores shootout winner and Kings win in Boston 3-2
"It took 7 rounds on the shootout, but the Los Angeles kings completed the comeback and defeated the Boston Bruins three to two. The bruins scored both of their goals in the second, the first by Taylor hall and a delayed penalty and the second by Brad marchand on a power play. With 1131 left in the third, the king has gone on the board when Adrian kempe scored the first of his two third period goals. The second goal coming with two ten left in regulation. The home loss by the bruins was their second all year, both of which occurred in shootouts. Greg kedes, Boston.
Pastrnak sparks Bruins in 4-0 win over banged-up Avalanche
"Boston was in charge throughout blanking injury riddled Colorado for nothing. Taylor hall scored twice and assisted on another goal and had to praise his mates on the third line Charlie Coyle and Trent Frederick. You want to contribute every night. It's fun to see goals go in and it's fun to continue to get chemistry as a line. We haven't been together too too long, but that was a really good night for us. Linus all Mark stopped all 23 shots he saw for the bruins who have won four of 5. Out of the roster that won the Stanley Cup last season, the avalanche dressed only 9 skaters. Bruce Morton Denver
Former B's coach Cassidy wins; Boston's home streak ends
"Former bruins head coach Bruce Cassidy has returned to Boston was a success as his Vegas golden knights defeated the bruins four three in a shootout and handed the bruins their first home law, so the season. The scoring for Vegas started early one 36 into the game when Paul caught or scored the first of his two goals. The golden knights added two more, including Qatar's second in the game before the burins got anything pass Vegas goaltender Logan Thompson, who made 40 saves in the win. The bruins tied at three O 8 into the third on Taylor hall's power play goal, but the golden knights won the game on the only goal of the shootout, a 5th round goal by Riley Smith. Greg kadesky, Boston.
Bruins extend NHL-record season-opening home win streak
"The Boston Berwyn added to their NHL record of home wins to start a season. Now 13 straight with a three one victory over the Tampa Bay lightning. Taylor hall started the scoring for the bruins just one minute and 7 seconds into the game were the first of his two goals. The lightning tied it at one in the second on a power play goal by Steven stamkos. It was his 999th career point. In the third, the bruins took the lead for good, two 49 into the period on all second goal of the game, a power play goal. And then with 41 seconds left in regulation, Brad marchand added an empty net goal for the bruins. Greg kede, Boston.
Bruins score 4 in 3rd, beat Rangers 5-2 for 7th straight
"The bruins made it 7 straight wins by defeating the rangers 5 to two Trent Frederick snapped a two two deadlock 6 O four into the third period It was a tonic always a great play by Nick and Charlie the screen So yeah it felt really good to contribute Jake de brass doubled the lead midway through the third period Charlie Coyle David pasternak and hampus lindholm also scored as the bees improved to ten and one Nick foligno and Taylor hall each had to assist for Boston Bruins goaltender Linus ulmar made 17 saves allowing goals by Adam Fox and Jimmy vesey Igor shishkin made 31 saves in his first regulation loss of the season I'm Dave fairy
Lindholm's OT goal lifts Bruins over Penguins
"Hampus lindholm scored over three minutes into overtime as the Boston Bruins rallied to beat the penguins 6 to 5 Lindholm's goal capped a Boston comeback from down 5 two around the midway point of the game This is one of those nice one pucks kind of started going in and obviously we can clean up some stuff you don't want to be down 5 two to a team like Pittsburgh but it shows a lot of character to when we come back Charlie Coyle Jacob loca Brad Marshawn Pavel zaka and Taylor hall scored for the bruins Now 9 and one Sidney Crosby and evgeni malkin both scored for Pittsburgh losers of 5 straight Josh Valtteri Pittsburgh
Taylor Hall scores in overtime as Bruins beat Wild 4-3
"Taylor hall scored the deciding goal for a second straight game as the bruins earned a four three overtime win against the wild Hall tallied at four 49 of the extra session sending Boston to its 5th win in 6 games It came on the bruins 9th shot of OT It was amazing play by pasta He had the whole rank on the other side And I had to hold that Paul also assisted on first period goals by Nick foligno and David pasternak Hoppus lindholm gave the bees a three one lead 7 minutes into the second period Minnesota tied it with goals by Matt Baldi and Jared spurgeon before falling to one three and one I'm Dave ferry
Hall scores in regulation, shootout, lifts Bruins past Ducks
"Taylor hall scored once in regulation and provided the lone goal in the shootout as the bruins outlasted the ducks two to one Hall and Frank vitrano traded goals three and a half minutes apart early in the second period Hall tallied on Boston's fourth shootout attempt and the game ended when max comtois missed the net giving the bees their fourth win in 5 games Lina so Mark turned back 30 shots for the bees while John Gibson made 35 saves in the Anaheim net The ducks are zero and four on a 5 game road trip that ends Sunday in Detroit I'm Dave fairy
Marchand, Swayman give Bruins 4-2 win, Canes lead series 2-1
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Raanta, Hurricanes beat Bruins 5-1 in playoff series opener
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Pastrnak scores 39th goal in Bruins' 3-1 win over Rangers
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Bruins beat Islanders 6-3 in Bergeron's 1,200th game
"David Pasternak and Brad Marchand each had a goal and an assist while the Bruins scored four times in the second period of the six three win against the islanders Eric calling Jake DeBrusk each had a second period goal after Craig Smith and Taylor hall scored in the first Linas hallmark stopped twenty four shots for the Bruins fourteenth win in sixteen games Boston captain Patrice Bergeron appeared in this twelve hundred NHL game after missing four straight with an elbow infection Brock Nelson notches career high thirty of goal for the islanders who also received airplay tallies from Anders Lee and Zack presei I'm Dave Ferrie
Barzal, Dobson lead Islanders to 4-1 victory against Bruins
"The islanders got third period goals from Noah Dobson Matt Barr Zell and Brock Nelson on the way to beating the Bruins four to one Taylor hall put Boston up one nothing with the goal in the first J. P. Zhou tied it on the power play in the second and that was it until Dobson in bars L. broke it open in the third for New York and Nelson put it away with an empty netter this is Dobson that's where we need to play in those tight games we gotta find a way to to get a big long unlock it down we need to so it was a good after the third for sure Ilya Sorokin made twenty six saves for the win which breaks a three game losing streak for the aisles the loss is the fourth out of five for Boston I'm while you guys
Hall's OT goal lifts red-hot Bruins over Predators, 4-3
"Taylor Taylor hall hall scored scored one one minute minute and and forty forty one one seconds seconds into into overtime overtime to to keep keep the the Bruins Bruins rolling rolling with with a a four four three three win win over over the the predators predators hall hall flipped flipped a a loose loose puck puck in in the the crease crease for for his his eighth eighth goal goal of of the the season season to to deliver deliver Boston Boston its its fifth fifth straight straight win win in in eight eight to to nine nine games games hall hall says says it it felt felt good good to to win win a a physical physical game game that that featured featured a a combined combined ninety ninety one one hits hits ultimately ultimately that's that's U. U. S. S. if if you you want want to to be be you you want want to to be be able able to to play play different different styles styles of of games games not not every every game game is is gonna gonna be be the the same same Brad Brad Marchand Marchand netted netted his his team team leading leading twenty twenty of of Colin Colin Craig Craig Smith Smith and and Mike Mike Reilly Reilly also also scored scored for for the the Bruins Bruins Colton Colton Sissons Sissons Lew Lew Knin Knin and and Roman Roman you'll you'll see see all all scored scored in in the the predator predator second second straight straight loss loss Gethin Gethin Coolbaugh Coolbaugh Boston Boston
Pastrnak, Marchand each score twice, Bruins beat Lightning
"Brad Brad Marchand Marchand and and David David Pasternak Pasternak each each scored scored twice twice as as the the Bruins Bruins handed handed the the lightning lightning their their first first regulation regulation home home loss loss in in ten ten games games five five to to two two Pasternak Pasternak scored scored twice twice in in the the opening opening six six ten ten giving giving him him three three goals goals in in his his last last three three games games following following a a nine nine game game drought drought he he put put the the bees bees ahead ahead to to stay stay just just seventy seventy one one seconds seconds after after the the opening opening faceoff faceoff Linas Linas hallmark hallmark made made twenty twenty seven seven saves saves it's it's always always fun fun to to play play the the best best teams teams in in the the league league yes yes you you really really have have to to be be sharp sharp have have to to be be on on point point but but everything everything you're you're doing doing and and it's it's a a test test test test your your game game and and test test your your mental mental fortitude fortitude and and you you know know it's it's it's it's just just fun fun out out there there Taylor Taylor hall hall had had two two assists assists as as Boston Boston won won for for the the fourth fourth time time in in five five games games this this month month I'm I'm very very polite polite and and Brayden Brayden point point scored scored and and Andrei Andrei vasilevskiy vasilevskiy stopped stopped twenty twenty five five shots shots for for the the lightning lightning I'm I'm the the fairy fairy
Kaprozov scores in 4th straight, Wild beat Bruins 3-2
"Correo Correo capris capris I've I've scored scored for for the the fourth fourth straight straight game game in in the the wild wild halted halted a a five five game game skid skid by by defeating defeating the the Bruins Bruins three three to to two two but but while while coach coach dean dean Evison Evison was was incensed incensed over over Trent Trent Frederic Frederic scored scored in in penalty penalty I I capris capris off off which which took took his his best best player player out out of of the the game game Matt Matt boldly boldly got got a a goal goal in in his his NHL NHL debut debut as as the the Boston Boston College College a a limited limited three three one one midway midway through through the the second second period period Nico Nico Sturm Sturm also also scored scored for for Minnesota Minnesota and and capital capital CAC CAC and and had had thirty thirty six six saves saves Taylor Taylor hall hall and and Brad Brad Marchand Marchand scored scored for for the the Bruins Bruins whose whose three three game game winning winning streak streak was was halted halted I'm I'm Dave Dave very very
"taylor hall" Discussed on Poke the Bear
"But it's so funny to me because with the way hall is playing. He still has four or 5 on 5 points, but with the way he's been playing. Alongside Smith who has zero points. A person would say, damn, Charlie Coyle wants to be doing anything. And the reality is Coyle's been kind of the heartbeat of that line. And it's funny to see because we thought, you know, it's only ten games, but we thought, oh, you know, it's going to be Taylor hall driving that line. And it's still could be. But Coyle's been kind of the guy for that line thus far. And I think that's been a really interesting sort of development. You know, that's something good for him, because, you know, we had our questions about him. Is he still your long-term second line center? I don't know. So I've been ten games, really, but from what we've seen, he's been good. And that's all you need if you're the broods. You don't need as we've said a billion times. You don't need a 70 point guy in that spot, you just need someone consistent. And that's what Coyle's been. So I expect that second line to turn around. I expect things to sort of come to fruition for them. Especially for a guy like Taylor hall, he's too good, not to come out of it, you know? He's still putting up points, so at some point, hopefully those defensive miscues go away. High expectations are running throughout the bruins. And next up on the list for high expectations is Nick furino. Nicoleno is coming back. You will be back in the lineup on Thursday against the oilers. How fun is that? You come back, you face Conor McDavid. That's a nice little not the easiest way to kind of wade back into the shaking the rust off and getting caught up to speed against the guy like McDavid who, as we said, to make you look really dumb really quick. And multiple times during a game. And Cassidy even said, I think it was Tuesday, said what would happen if the bruins if you guys came up with a goal like the one McDavid score, it's the rangers a few a week ago. And he's like, nothing. They know. That can't happen. And cas kind of mentioned it again on Wednesday about like let's say that he scores our goal against you guys. Like in video review the next day, is there any lesson you give to those guys? And he's like, no, you just tip your cap. What are you supposed to do there? I mean, that's just how good he is. Not the best way to get back in the lineup. My favorite thing about the whole McDavid goal was the people on Twitter being like, ah, that's not that impressive. That, you know, they were about to get off the ice. It's like, no, no, no, no. I've seen me play up in Berlin. I would have put my knee. I would have put my stick between his skates and my shoulder and his chest and he would have been on his ass. And it's like, no, it just isn't that easy. Yeah, okay. It's so it is wild to me with McDavid. It do this now. It's one of those things for people like, you know, shit talk Brian scalabrine. I think he's like a scrub. It's like he's still a pro NBA player..
"taylor hall" Discussed on Poke the Bear
"Whether or not they just want to add that, I don't know if headaches the right word, but add a complicated situation to such a pivotal spot on your team and the goaltending position. I think he likes Boston. I think he likes being with his teammates. I think he enjoys the whole thing. So for his mind, it's like, why not just come back, play a certain amount of games if they start me in the playoffs? They start me if they don't they don't, and that's that. And walk away with 2 million 3 million. But it also, I mean remember the summer sounded like this was not a one season thing. He plans on signing for more than a year. Yes. So that's the other thing. It's like, they don't even know what the deal is with him now. But if he still wants to play, that's why I mean, it would have made the most sense. I mean, if you didn't know rask said what he said this summer, and you didn't know rask's position, you just looked at the situation from all other angles. You would say, well, rats just moved on. Either went back to Finland or he's playing in different parts of the league. He's with a new team. But he's sticking around. So I guess why not use it, of course, some fans are like, oh, there's no need. Get him out of here. We wanted him gone when he initially thought he left. So now is bring all that back into the fray, which is always fun for the dumb stuff iya. It only took us a few weeks to get right back to it. It feels like an old friend stumble and back to the bot, doesn't it? Oh, he's back. Oh, there he is. He's so wacky. Makes it feel like home again, you know? This is a bit more give us a few more weeks. Yeah. Anyways, speaking of underperformers, Taylor hall, Taylor hall has not had the start. He's wanted to this season. And it feels like it hit a new I don't want to say low sounds bad, but I guess a new low for him. On Tuesday night against the senators, when Jake rusk was moved up with Charlie Coyle and Craig Smith and played at the end of the game with them, Taylor hall was pretty much benched. In those last final 6 or 7 minutes Cassie says after the game, that's how it goes. He's got to learn how to play winning hockey to any turnovers. He obviously had that turnover on that first goal. How's the guy like Paul rebound from this? Yeah, I think hall from what we've seen for him so far has been refreshingly candid. I think when he went to us about his previous struggles and what have you and I think Cassidy mentioned ahead of the game up in Toronto that maybe isn't the loudest guy, but he's very self critical. He's always kind of hard on himself, and they kind of view that as a thing that he has to work on is to acknowledge that it was a bad game and move forward from it. So I'm sure it's tough, you know, you get pretty much bench over the last 9 minutes of that game. Rough game for him. Still got an assist on Derek forwards, fireside goal, which Derek forward leading the run for the art Ross is not what I expected..
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"P. sports on the ferry the Astros are making a return trip to the fall classic correspondent Adam splaine has the details on the shoulders of your don Alvarez's for for for night the Houston Astros are American League champions for the third time in five years after beating the Boston Red Sox in game six of the American League Championship Series tied to nothing the four hit night caps a series for Alvarez that saw him bat five twenty two earning him series MVP honors Astros shortstop Carlos Correa says he's excited to get back to this point when okay guys I love the red Sox were held to just three runs over the last three games of the series over to the NBA Kevin Durant had a triple double in the nets closed on a sixteen one run to beat the seventy Sixers one fourteen one oh nine Taran had twenty nine points fifteen rebounds and twelve assists for the nets who trailed by fourteen before getting their first win the defense side you know that's how I can't turn their attentions plant right wait stop terms like that the Suns beat the Lakers one fifteen one oh five the jazz knocked off the kings one ten one one the next role to a one twenty one ninety six route of the magic the raptors clobbered the Celtics one fifteen eighty three the bulls for one twenty eight one twelve winners over the pelicans the nuggets are to one oh two ninety six victory against the spurs the wizards outlasted the Pacers one thirty five one thirty four in overtime the rockets hammered the thunder one twenty four ninety one and the Hornets posted at one twenty three one twelve win over the Cavaliers in hockey Charlie Coyle had a goal and two assists as the Bruins handed the Sabres their first loss of the season for one Taylor hall had a goal and an assist to back Linas hallmark who stopped thirty four shots against his former team but it's definitely going to be one of those life to live long memories for sure it was very special elsewhere on NHL ice it was a shark's beating the Leafs five three the stars getting a three two overtime win against the kings in the Orleans defeating the golden knights five three Dave Ferrie AP sports
Coyle leads Bruins to 4-1 win over Sabres
"Charlie Coyle had a goal and two assists as the Bruins handed the Sabres their first loss of the season for one coil scored on a power play to give the Bruins a three goal lead about five minutes into the second period it was the first power play goal allowed by the Sabres this season Taylor hall had a goal and an assist to back Linas hallmark who stopped thirty four shots against his former team I'm definitely going to be one of those live live long memories for sure it was very special David Prosser docket Thomas no Scheck also scored for Boston Victor Olson scored with five and a half minutes left to end all mark shutout bid Craig Anderson made twenty two saves for buffalo I'm Dave Ferrie
"taylor hall" Discussed on Poke the Bear
"But you now, he's a Winger in Hall on a second line, who is basically Elite who you can now say The Frigid centers. Hey, you get to play with Taylor Hall, you get to play with Taylor freaking Hall. That's a big selling point. Two thousand agents that also is a big selling point for free agents. If they're going to assign a guy on the right side of that line. You know. If they want to go for a right-winger weather, be a Conor Garland or others. I know Garland's trade, not free agents but you know what I mean? Just right Wingers in general. So that's a big selling point. The other thing that's interesting from the Taylor Hall deal. So let's say they bring back. Rachel say they bring Rex Smith that leaves debrusk out of the out of the top six. Now I just did some quick math game. Now, on your third line, you don't know who's going to be on the right side of the third line. But let's say that let's say depressed, doesn't get traded, let's say it's debrusk coil and I don't know, we're not going to put anybody there. So it's a coil and debrusk 5.25 million + 3.675 million and that's two-thirds of your third line. That's not great, that's not amazing spending, which is why I wouldn't be surprised to see a guy like depressed, get moved after this Taylor Hall deal. Yeah, absolutely. I think they definitely have to as much cap space as they have. They have to be smart with how much money. They're allocating a month. If they can eat, share off some of that cap, it makes plenty of sense. Considering whether that's moving too Brusque which is probably the most realistic offer curious in Sweeney said on Thursday that are planning on qualifying. All their thoughts are a phase which you know, for a gallic Richie. You you were wondering what they're going to do there but forgot like Costco or he's I think two point. Six million is his cap hit. So you'd think they would wage Qualify him..
"taylor hall" Discussed on Poke the Bear
"L m, s, 54 a 50%, welcome bonus on your first deposit that online your online Sportsbook experts go there. Now it's funny. I put on a funny Twitter question yesterday. If the Bruins had an expansion draft who would be the people that they would announce, you know, who would be the people that announced the pics and some of the answers I was reading through just now, you know, funny, you know, funny stuff, your cousin from Boston and, you know, just the the, you know, Mark Wahlberg's of the world, which obviously, you'd expect. But yeah. Funny to think about cuz Seattle, obviously Macklemore. You know, Shawn Kemp with the onus on school, which is tremendous and they set him up to fail though. They did, they did Sean dirty on that one. Oh yes, they gave him a shirt. That was like 3 sizes too small. Yeah. They they, they, yeah, I don't know who had a vendetta against. Maybe someone like lost money when the bill will be the sonics and that and the finals. But they did push on cam dirty and that whole the whole broadcast. Oh yes. Oh yes. But anyways, onto can, you know, this is pretty hard. I would say both Darren Dreger and Frank's our Valley have reported. That the Taylor Hall signing is pretty much almost done. Sweeney even set on Thursday morning. They made significant progress, which means it's pretty much done that..
"taylor hall" Discussed on Bruins Beat
"You're just hoping he produced a little bit more but you see some of these other contracts around the league that people are just leaving exposed because they know that I mean look at that. Predators would you Shane and Johansson and look at the Sabres with Skinner and and price even I mean just look around the league and the amount of them are all contracts, henrica's. Another like there's so many and I think birth That should be kind of, you know, you can get on swinging for drafting. I've done enough of that. For sure we have certainly kind of beat the horse on that but the one thing that's one of the things we need has been incredibly good at is signing guys, you know and signing guys that are currently on the roster. So that's why it was a pretty standard list of people that you protected and you're not going to lose anything crazy in the, in the draft. So wage. I think again, that's a good thing. That's one thing Sweeney's done, pretty damn well, is that he's not one of these teams who has to expose a bad contract or try to do anything. I mean, look at the, the Andrew Ladd trade. I'll add the 2 seconds and a third for nothing. Just nothing. That's I think that's your someone tweeted today. Actually, or Monday between you know, this trade needs more hype. Like this is hilarious. And it's true, like that. That's something that like hockey, Twitter needs to really just come with all the jokes for sink its teeth. Completely into another interesting, tidbit out there. Right now, Elliott Friedman, reported, lots of expectation boss. Going hard for Ryan Suter, One Source, called him, the Corey Perry of twenty Twenty-One twenty-two, I would expect actually more from sooner than I would have Harry in the sense that I would expect you to be a top-four defenseman, I would not expect him to be a top-six forward. We both are in agreement that they should go for Suitor. It feels like this is maybe going to happen. Yeah, I mean it it makes plenty of sense for the break and I think they're going to be right in the mix of it. You have to factor other guys like or other teams rather, you know, Colorado I've heard what you mean there. They need their own kind of issues right now with with landeskog but I heard like the blues were team in the mix there. But you meant though, the Bruins needs and what they could use on that defense and how sooner if it's kind of their window, especially, you know, it's not like, he's like, I have to pay a premium for, I mean, he's kind of near the end of his his career, but he's still a player that you look at what the Bruins, need a job. Feeding veteran guy, you know, has some offensive Acumen which they need especially at even-strength, you know, the very least, you know, it's we've talked about it before and it's kind of simplifying it but this need a guy that get point shots Thursday, like maybe I don't really have that on their on their team as much as You've Got Talented Playmakers, like the grizzly, got a Mac but usually a guy who can fire and slap shots that, like, you know, you don't have it in your repertoire so dead. Yeah. If you're the Bruins makes plenty of sense, you don't imagine. It's going to break the bank. Like if they sign if the Bruins happened to sign him, you.
"taylor hall" Discussed on Bruins Beat
"Just to get them on board because as we said before, the Bruins are in this kind of one to two year window. So if you took all the hall, you saw, you know at the end of the regular season last year, for the next 1/2 years and he still becomes at the very least, a solid middle six Winger for the other, you know, 4 ish years. His contract, think it's worth the price, right? And with the, the risk, if you want to call that, I would even call it a risk. It's not like it's a terrorist Cinco contract where it's seven and a half million. A big pay out right now. And I'll see you don't know what you're going to get odds are, you know, he's probably going to be a very, very good asset for this team. You know, if you put them with, let's say, even if it's just crazy and Smith again, none of the Run possibilities, a Thursday, or next year, right? So I think I'm sure the Bruins brother had to be four or five years, but if that's what it takes to get him on board, and this is a place that he's already mentioned that he wants to be going forward in his career wage. I think you kind of bite the bullet and take that term. Exactly. It's also a maximizing the window again, as you said, like, you know, this first of all to tradable contract, but also, you don't have a ton of young Talent, they even have a nice day out the ass for, in the upcoming years. You're not like the Rangers who for some reason, right now are going to give Barclay Goodrow a six year. 3.5 million dollar, annual average annual value contract. Well, you have potentially offering ye Kaho Fox Lindgren. All these guys to pay down the line and you're going to allocate the money to Google for six years. That's a, that's an insane, dog. Yeah, it's a group is nuts for a bottom-six forward. Yes, that is as bad, a contract as I think I've seen in a long time, good, by the way, good Fork restaurant. This ain't good. Response is like good for him for securing the bag phone but can't see what? Wait to see what Coleman get. That's the other thing. That's, that's, that's the market and getting the market. Miro heiskanen gets eight years, eight point four or five million per, I believe. Yes, I would like to say this Charlie mcavoy's up next offseason, I would project he's probably going to at least ask for more than that..
"taylor hall" Discussed on Bruins Beat
"And we're here with Conor Ryan, Conner, woke up, Evan doing well. How you doing? I'm doing well, you're in Washington right now right we're on other sides of the country. The moment. Yes. That the magic of Zoom. Yes. I've been acquired by the Seattle crack. And the how's the trip? It's been fantastic. Yeah we went we stopped over in Las Vegas for a few days on the way over and that was a balmy, a hundred and ten degrees. So coming up to Washington right now, it is seventy degrees and it's not raining out here that it's raining quite a bit over in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. So we've lucked out quite a bit. You've missed nothing weather wise. It is the same old crap. Whether that you left and you're hitting all the expansion places. You hit the golden knights. Now you're with the Kraken. So you're just in the mall, you're hitting them all. But anyways, it's a lot to discuss in the land of the Bruins this week Thursday. Fun. Not often. During the off-season that you get so much in a week, we'll start here because obviously tonight is the expansion draft, the crack. And we'll, we'll walk ins some, some teams per se build their own. The Bruins will not be one of those teams that are going to be ruined from the pic that they will take. Most likely Connor Clifton, it feels like and we can get that later. I want to discuss maybe some other people, you know. Should they take care eprice? What the deal is with that but we'll start here now that the Bruins have their protection list and zero surprised on what they do. I think we both kind of guessed that list wasn't hard to Guess that list Taylor Hall, a lot of stuff has been circulating about the negotiations between them and the Bruins, whether other teams get in on them, how close the Bruins and the Ann Taylor Hall are to a deal. Now, obviously, we did not think that a deal is going to be reached before the draft, that would be done..
"taylor hall" Discussed on Bruins Beat
"Back to the Bruins beat on C, L & S media. My name is Evan Mera. You have a great day great week, just having a good time, just having a good old summertime. Anyways, this episode had a lot, Ryan and I got into a lot over the Taylor Hall negotiations. What we're hearing what's being said, what's being reported off? We think they should do then we get into Ryan Suter, Elliott Friedman reporting that the Bruins and Suitor are heavily linked by a lot of different people. And you know last week I poke the bear. We both said that we wanted that to happen and now it seems like it's actually coming to fruition. So we get into why that's a good thing and what that holds for the Bruins, what soutter could get, what the market will be like for Suitor. And then we get into the draft, the crack and draft, which I think is The potential to be very interesting. Given the amount of players amount of good players who are available. I think with the Bruins, it's pretty obvious who the crack and we'll pick or, you know, there's two players, I think that that's pretty much a given that they're going to take. But around the league. It's very interesting Carey Price, Mark Giordano, Vladimir Tarasenko. So, we get into that sort of what direction, the crack take, you know, do they go for young guys with potential to they go for win now, and get the best possible player from each each team, regardless of contract. So we get into that previewing, that kind of getting said that which again should be very, very interesting on on how that all plays out. So before we get to the episode that online is still the fastest. And easiest way to bet on all your Sports Action baseball, season is in full swing way. You could track all the action at online, called latest news, odds and info for all your sporting needs. Whether it be the MLB, you want to do some NBA stuff. NHL Futures that you want to get in the UFC. They got it all dead..
"taylor hall" Discussed on On One with Angela Rye
"Far. Cova teachers out here express themselves to kids more in really let them know what they mean to them. Is i think that a lot of times especially parents who really are kind of tough on their kids about their grades comes from a place. Care the my biggest thing is i. It means so much to kids to know that they're safe into know that like even if you can't be everything for them i mean. Even though i struggled allies a young guy always knew. My mama's there told me in just like so i would encourage people to just express that right however you feel comfortable but kids need here it and when you're thinking about academics and stuff think about everything that goes into their academics like self regulation motivation disciplined like hard work or severence like the fact that we had to just completely shift our entire school system and just expected the kids to deal with it on. There's a lot of stuff to really praising lift up in if if you are looking at just their grades you're missing opportunities to really see and help them shine so even if they have low braids i would really offer to people to push to find ways to lift them on because there are more than their grades. Right well an amish out onto the cova teachers we see. Y'all we love you and we thank you for holding down. I know the job will never take these teachers for granted. Again or the youth advocates. Mister donovan taylor hall. Thank you for all you're doing. We definitely see you. We honor you for your work. I cannot wait to see what you do next back and be a part of it. I'm right here. I mean that. Thank you been such a blessing all these videos. Unless i love the suit frames..
"taylor hall" Discussed on On One with Angela Rye
"Going from teaching to bis. But i yeah. I just i would love to. Pd's i would love to talk to. Schools are interested in this kind of stuff. Because i do really think it's important. I think not going to school for education and not being financial is what allowed me to really develop this respected outside of that when i go to like a teacher trainings. And they're talking about data and they're talking about this. This is what y'all are learning in school. i'll k. right his i'm not learning any of this In his beautiful. I think if we can even combine those two right so it's not about getting rid of the other one but it's like have we make this work. More in service of kids thing is like what 'bout nab black and queer in an all white environment in virginia. And i'm wondering at some of the conversations that you've experienced some of the criticisms that you've experienced from colleen's has a trigger any of the stuff that you experienced growing up. You know where you're lying okay. I'm on the outside again just for trying to do the right thing. Maybe that it was. You know being nice to other people or to make sure that you were performing at school and you were behaving and now you're like i'm just trying to make sure that kids feel good about themselves in addition to being able to achieve not instead of but you know still kind of feeling misunderstood in ostracize. Yeah i mean i. I've had like teaching situations where like parents have been reelecting lifting the workup in my bosses have been like no in. They refused like i had a boss who literally withheld a gratitude. Letter apparent wrote me because they were like. That's not what our company's about and it's just. I'm doing this work so i i would have bosses like mad at me. I've had people tell me like a trying to control my energy. So if i'm quiet suddenly i'm being aggressive right. I've been told like me your energy. I can just feel your energy. And i'm like i'm just sitting here so people want me to perform a lot And i think that sometimes these teachers Until they really learn about what my work is. They think that it is just like you know. Be positive. and that's not all what it is and so it's frustrating to me. But i don't really care about them like you know what i mean like. I don't really care. I care more about the kids in. It's just like if it works for you in the resonates view at school but when we have teacher meetings and i'm the only teacher that doesn't have any disciplinary hayes. Made it never doing something right. Maybe originally or what about Now's say what about from the black community. I know you mentioned two knives. Our podcast producer. That you've gotten a lot of press attention but it's been mostly from white press. We know historically not even just in our schools black teachers but also in our homes. We err on the side of wilbon behinds and disciplined right. And so your approach. People rely on. Ask white people steph right like year. You know Black folks even run angela. Like i'm going to healing process in their moments. People like would you your kids if It depends you know i don't i don't want to do that. You know what i mean but it's like you get frustrated if you don't know what to do. I wonder how you feel about that. Do you feel received appreciated in seen by your community in doing this work. I mean that's that's such a big question for me too. Because i just moved to oakland i think four years ago. I was the first time where i was around all types of black people where i was aroused originally from. I went to school with black kids and i had a couple of friends but for the most part they separated us because i was like i was in a different part of the city is i didn't get to build relationships and stuff with them so for a long time like i'm mixed In when i was younger feeling like being black and not seeing black around me and not having my dad in having like we had racist neighbors and stuff like it didn't feel safe inside. Lifted up the german part of me. I lifted up why mix. I'm not all black right and i. I got really upset with myself when i was in my early twenties. Why did i do that. Like kind of sold myself out. But then as i got older especially when it came to open a realize pretty quickly like i had to. That was like a safety thing in that like i was i was literally adapting to feel safe in seen in like in this community where i knew that i didn't belong in so being in the clear communities also very similar because i don't identify as gay in a lot of people will just say that i'm gay. I'm kind of on the fringes. Just like i am with being mixed right. I don't belong in one of those groups And so i think i've always kind of felt like not received by the black community in. I was getting really nervous in the beginning. So it's like. I'm grateful for all these people i wanna be. Reassure about this. I have a white grandmother eight. So there's nothing against white women memory grateful for it but also a party was like where the black people. Because i want them to see this work as well because really mine came from black women a my mom and my sister-in-law kadija. They are the best teachers. I've ever seen in light. Day are firm but they are loving their kids adore them and they stand up for their kids and they care about their wellbeing. They're passionate about what they teach and they hold them accountable and i i would literally like call mom. She would tell me like what she would do in that situation. And i'd like that's exactly what i said. I didn't even know you did that. And learn from them. And i think that black women are the backbone of this country shining air the really the the the change makers in education In so for me. I think there is someone named mr david. Johns who Yeah he shared my stuff and then people started. I'll tell you how emotional people started like commenting and someone was like. They're talking about like past the collection plate around the first time like i cried. It was like the first time where i was like. Okay like i'm saying like i'm doing the bright. Where like they siemian apart. Didn't want to need that validation but it is important because if i'm doing this work in service of kids and i'm only really supporting let me tell you make david literally like created this hashtag back in the day. Teach the babies so he is serious about this. I was to tell you that. I thought josh should meet but i just forgot. That's exactly where i saw yourself was on on david's instagram david. Johns we love you shadowed. David john he's into office lack educators in our lives including my mother dr andrea. Ri- love. You mama you love you. We love you so much. I've just being in school systems in seeing the way that they are used in the way in. It's not like they don't know they're being used in. That's the thing that's hard is because they're pulling on there they. Their relationship building with kids The fact that they put in so much as sure emotional labor and work in their coworkers want them to put that labor in for them and it was happening to me as well but right. Now that's why i was just at the wildest thing was i was on the seventh grade team and it was all men of color. There's one woman one woman who was raised. She was learning specialists but for the rest of it was all men of color. There's like relaxing on. This and i was like in seventh grade. That is fasting heaven on. So i have one more question. Bree i wish. We had more time. But i have one more question for you. And this is just the same way that you encourage. The students who need to fill seen who may be exasperated. Don't have what they need at home or the support they need or fill under resource. This is for all the cova teachers out there. I am talking about the parents who may not have all the resources that others have. Maybe they don't have any maybe they can't afford a tutor. And maybe they are trying to hold it down with forty hour week. Plus job and their kids mister donovan. What encouragement do you have.
"taylor hall" Discussed on On One with Angela Rye
"So many kids that experience that i think probably are pointing privileges. We had parents who did see us created space but there are so many kids who don't have that opportunity or that blessing in here is mr donovan to share the hand. Speaking of seeing students. I have one more that i have to show you. This is the one where i was like. My eyes are sweating. So here's this and this amazing here by the way. So i think you're in trouble. What do you do you own.
"taylor hall" Discussed on On One with Angela Rye
"We look data vanak names. Do you have any teachers like that There who you. I didn't bet you can use week. I'm richard cj. He says you're his teeth. I love that. I love that. That's that is what i'm talking about. Right is the people that we trust in the people that make us feel safe in the people that we learn more world is the show throw drove. Hey ryan can ask you a question. So what is it about angela. Evac what do you call her. What is it what is about her. That makes you feel safe or there makes.
"taylor hall" Discussed on On One with Angela Rye
"I show up for people. Help kids feel safe. I think that is like one of the biggest gifts i can offer. Anyone is is just helping kids feel like to be. They are to make learning about groves. Instead of learning about accomplishment and comparison competitiveness and no Just making kids bill. Say that's really really well mister donovan. I wish that we all had a mister donovan I know that for me in middle school. I spent a lot of time. Going to the counselor's office at my school saint therese Where which is to first through eighth grade and in sixth grade. It was uniquely tender for me. I was like just to be crass about it. As flat-chested peach was was on sleep it was repeat. My teeth felt like they were growing out of. My is literally like i needed braces. So bad it was just a rough here. And i can tell you you know you talking about creating safe spaces for kids when when kids don't have safe-space is they grow up to create unsafe spaces for other adults and so that is such a remarkable thing. We spend so much time telling kids that all you'll get over it. It's not that big of a deal and that very thing is the thing that triggers so much other stuff throughout their adult lives. Is that one of the reasons why you're focusing on creating the safe spaces for young people. I mean it's yeah because kids are seeking safety. Kids are also seeking identity. Basically my goal is to help. Kids create positives of identities. They can create safety within themselves. Because a lot of a lot of parents will say like you know. I think they will misunderstand kind of the work. I do and say well you know they. All do is play video games go on social media like you should tell them to care about school. Mike you understand that school is just another thing that we put on kids right. It's another way for kids to feel like that's where they have to find their identity in the academics in education system in this country is so limited in its so A creates boxes that so many people kind of get shoved into if you don't find yourself within your school where if you don't find yourself if you don't get good grades or feel passionate about what you're doing then like where's your identity. Where's your value and for me. It's like so many adults will say like you said like it's not a big deal in these kids are just like their dramatic at that age. And i'm like honestly. I talked to adults. They'll tell me the same thing is like. I just talked to a thirteen year. Old girl in y'all going through the same thing but for some reason you're allowed to feel like this is a serious thing for you but we invalidate that for them and like he's like a lot of those things that are starting with them that we kind of sleep under the carpet or day like you're just a teen that becomes like their soundtrack for their life. That's when it starts you know and it's like it's just wild that we miss out on that really help them build safety so wherever they go or whatever. They're doing whatever they they're exceeding their failing if they're struggling to have you with end. Inner sanctuary is the goal. And it's remarkable to me because it really turns the system of schooling on. Its head and i think. In a lot of ways you referenced. Even from a personal development standpoint a lot of that is structural any oppressive to us and so here is one example of your video. We'll have this cut different for the purpose of the podcast. But i want you to react to this. This is why you are a tic tac sensation. Here's this first video and teacher for very long But i just wanted to tell you all that. I really really really love you and i really really appreciate you in a really really happy to be able to work with you I've said this. Before but i wanna come back to it. Your grades like know. What i'm saying is your grades. They do not matter to you when it comes to me loving him. So if you have all zeros i care about you just as much as if you have a horse. Okay and like your grades. Do not determine your value in graves. Do not matter when it comes to you being a human being deserving love. I feel very very lucky. I felt very happy to get to be your teacher to be able to see you guys every day. Our first positive born posted And it's kind of like a the the core might teaching philosophy integral and i think that Sometimes people when. I'm really excited. Have opportunities like this to really discuss because sometimes people will think. I'm saying that we should tell his grades. Don't matter at all and stuff like that and it's not what that is what. I'm really trying to help. kids understand. Is that their innate value. In this world doesn't come from their grades Net grades literally like it. Sounds kind of silly but kids don't know this unless we explicitly teach them that grades. Just help us kind of track where we at aratu are learning. But because there's so much emphasis on vowed in safety. I have to get good grades if i don't get good grades. Parents won't love me. My teachers won't like me. The world won't need me is what feels like for these kids and so i talked to a lot of kids who get lower grades. Who really left out. But i also talked to a lot of my high achieving students who have panic attacks when they can't finish their work right or panic attacks if they stayed up two days in a row work on a project and too tired to present in are pushing themselves to present and stuff like that because their safety comes from. I'm a good student. I get good grades. And so when kids aren't giving us base to really kind of create their own identity in really look at it in name it right giving like core values and strengths. And if they're given that opportunity and that is solid that goes with them. They grow that they can control. They can train. They can condition. They can strengthen these these skills but if they don't have that and they're getting lower grades than it's like who cares about me and kids have said to me multiple times and it's been shocking. The first time it kids at it is like maybe. It's just this kid but multiple times. That teacher hates me. Why because i have bad grades. That's wild that's wild to me and to tell kids that to tell that i care about them. Despite their grades the fact that that's radical inaugurals is is is shocking to me because for me it's kind of it should be in my opinion. It should be the core of what we do is like you need nurtured support in in positively in. It's not just lincoln encouragement right on. I don't believe in telling kids. Look through glasses. It's like you're going to struggle right. But i'm here for you in that struggle right. I'm here for you when you're doing well here for you and you're not doing well here for you. Say from a teacher of a mother who is a lose a teacher. Did you see her model. This type of Teaching style in her classroom. Where did this come from or is this something where you were just like. I know what. I didn't have any be exactly the thing that i needed Well my mom taught me. My mom showed me unconditional love You know my dad passed away. When i was a kid so i very early on my own i was i was six. Yeah and i very early on in my life Through things that people said to me which is why. I'm so in like big on languages. Through like people in my family would say things like you're okay like we can always count on you to be all right where i.
"taylor hall" Discussed on On One with Angela Rye
"To another edition of on one with angela. Rye i am your host and today i have the great pleasure in honor of being taught to just like the rest of you. He goes by mister donovan to his middle school students but his name is donovan. Taylor some of you may have seen him go by role being a tic tac sensation who is encouraging young. People all over the country the world and especially in his classrooms impact academy mister donovan. Thank you for being here today. Thank you for having me. I am florida so excited to be able to talk to you today to be able to share my work with you so thank you so much. Always my pleasure. So mr donovan. Normally we do a rapid round. And we were told about a self check-in exercise that you do with your students in we were going to do a version of that with you today. I love that. That's great i love that sal. The first thing is share with us one thing. You are proud of yourself for doing one thing. I'm proud of myself. Doing i think is creating a vision sticking to it. I think that Over the past ten years in the very beginning. I was really unsure what it was and then as i continue to really lean into this work and get passionate about the work. I was doing with the kids on the more that i felt like. This is the path for me. And i think that pursuing something especially outside of the norm around of education pursuing a career that there is no really like path for it. is really hard and i'm just really proud of myself for being so committed to it okay. Three personnel strengths of mine are I would say communication which is just like i think my biggest key in the world By humor and my ability to connect with three things. I like about myself like my hair. And i never got to grow it out until recently a big fan of a i like that. I'm able to work with kids. I like that. I'm able to connect with them on a level that allows for deeper work. then i like I just like how funny i am. I think i'm the funniest person to myself. So i gotta say one way that i've grown one way that i've grown is recently. I think which is really like help to do this. Work is setting boundaries with other people with my work Realizing that boundary setting is not about like not you in more about yes to me you know in this year's has been all about i think before i before this year happened. That was really struggling with just giving all my energy our like doing everything everyone else all the time and i never had time to actually work my stuff so once quarantine started actually had his face or by without having to make an excuse is there wasn't actual so i can do it but then i got to practice boundary setting you coming back because now i realize how important it is. I love that it's not about not you buy yes to meet three things. That are important to me. Yeah let's do that three things that are important to me to dress a kid. You have young people off I think that humanity is really important to me at something that i've really kind of didn't even understand about myself until recently Is really dead. Parts of ourselves that make a shine. The most are the parts that we don't really get to talk about. And so combining that with kids is really important to give them a chance to really kind of shine through their humanity And then i would say core values my values just in general like my five are. I live by and how i understand myself when i get upset about things like connected back to a poor value. So yeah those would be my three one way. I want to grow as a person this year i dislike. This is because i was pushing growth for so long. And then i realized recently that you know sometimes you have and i think they act. Sometimes you know personal development especially in this country like was started by you know white men who didn't have to go through layers of oppression so it's easy for them to just be like it's your fault you feel this way like lift yourself up and i think that i used to believe that a lot until recently where it was like i got. You'll i gotta take care of myself. I need to process like what society does me. I need a process. What i've done myself and so i kind of stopped thinking about how to grow. I was like i'm cutting just being radio. So i guess the way that. I wanna grow as i wanna lean more into being news versus like having to always be targeting hundred s dead the let me tell you how your evolve. You're using all the things my holistic therapists. I know you're out here. He bought me this year. You talk about the boundaries loving boundaries. Being instead of doing. I'm here okay. Here's my last one. One.
"taylor hall" Discussed on Poke the Bear
"Poke the bear episode 39 a Matt beleskey episode ice in honor of Matt beleskey. I'm Evan Marriott house key here with Connor and Boston Sports channel Connor how we doing? I'm doing very well. How you doing? I'm good. I got a haircut. I'm all you know, fresh up people watching on YouTube. You'll see that little bit of a deferral the same thing. I always get but we'll fan of Welcome in the spring of the you know, the headlights the hot air even though Friday Snow Yeah, that's not ideal. That's not good for like the aerodynamic kind of you know, and it's like nice page seventy eighty degrees out a little bit of wind wind in your face not when it's snowing that's not ideal. So no. No, but anyways Bruins the Bruins Lynch the new acquisition Phones are on the team and they all played Tuesday night against Buffalo. Now we hear you and I we we we don't ever really over reacts doing, you know, I never overreact never never get directions on our thing, but we're going to do some way too early look-ins judging these guys off one game. So we're going to judge all three of them off of one game which is near everyone's going to be doing this so might as well join in on that kind of fun. But so we'll go guy by guy in in how we thought they looked in their first look against the Sabres start with honors Bjork off, of course. Yeah, do do What's called the OT goal, which would be like the most Bruins development ever is honest work finally breaks through in the school board and it's against the Bruins and overtime. I just loved how the first goal was Bjork to Miller and that was a former Bruins just sticking to their own team and the most like that. I think that only happens to the Bruins if it definitely doesn't happen everywhere else too, but like it only happens to the bridge. Where you know it's a thing with the franchise where like that having some of the teams like oh, what a coincidence for the Brewing. It's like that's about right and of course that's going to freaking happen like, you know, and we said this month from weeks up to the deadline. You knew wherever Jake debrusk went if he was to get traded. He would be a thirty goal scorer. No public school like you gos Nashville that guy's lighting up place up. So yeah, no surprise or not. But I hope your scores are million goals with Buffalo..
"taylor hall" Discussed on Bruins Beat
"Least I checked out before we play together. I don't think you need one game. So 8 to 2. So to me I look at that and say well there's your top six at least 4 to start. I know Joey Joe McDonald tweeted that wage. It would be Hallberg Christian Smith. I believe I think he tweeted that and to me, I just think that that doesn't make a ton of sense. I think it just makes more sense of a pasta shop on the right side. What do you think? Yeah. I mean, I I think when you look at just the way the the fit is I think if you're able to balance out the that top six and have Parts on another line and have that sniveling together cuz it seemed like that's a great fit as you said, that'd be an ideal situation. That being said, I think what Paul brings his team, especially in terms just as ability to create those High danger looks as it gets Cassidy a whole bunch of different options that turns you right like if they roll out Marsh and Bergeron pastrnak and Smith shot first guy who gets into grade a ice with Hall. It's only getting anyone going to be clamoring like, oh what the hell the Bruins doing it for like Craig Smith with the Taylor Hall and you can even make the same argument that wage. You know, Don Sweeney said that it could be a situation where Jake debrusk is over there on the on the right side, you know, it's not his ideal position. But hey, he's a guy who likes to get a lot of chances off the rush. I think even if he's out of position, he probably pretty happy if he gets some odd-man rushes with a guy like Taylor Hall considering his ability to find guys. So, you know, I think Reagan has stopped there with down at the table Hall experiment probably with him and Smith or depressed to start it, but it gives gassy a lot more options. It's not like, you know, we're hitting a situation where it's you know, always a second line with Alec Carson Coleman going to work right? It's all right. It's going into GameStop another cup with Coleman on the right side of crazy. Yeah. Is Taylor Hall going to elevate. I got like Craig Smith or Jake debrusk you down on both those guys can do pretty well with him. So even if maybe an ideal situation is just if possible my kids the ground running with with Taylor Hall's a great scenario in terms of just wage. The top six Cassidy has.
"taylor hall" Discussed on Bruins Beat
"Like you're the capitals right now who gave up a first Verana and you know, legitimate pieces Franti mantha like you you didn't give up much here. You give a third of 2nd and unders if you are cool again was never going to get his shot here, you know every month to him to probably go to Seattle, at least I did and get his shot there and instead he gets in Buffalo now to me I just look at this as the best case scenario is so much better than the worst case scenario is the worst case scenario. Isn't that bad? I mean like you filled holes on this team without giving much up and as a GM, I think that's the best thing you can do. I said this to you last night. I've never seen dogs sweet, you know, someone's life over reading go from like 14% to 94% less fan of like 30 minutes, but it did because again like and and we'll get into this where Taylor Hall should fit in this lineup cuz I think we agree Mike Riley should be a table for Thursday at least especially right now number one might be talking right now. Maybe run to that power play Tuesday night but or tonight when people listen but let's let's get into this a little bit off for a guy like Taylor Hall. I think he's he's going to play with crazy to start. I think that that's pretty obvious. He's going to play with David krejci to start now to me and you mentioned this to me there on the like, oh, well, we recorded or after the high danger passes. Yes, he's second in the NHL correct with the first first first in the NHL with us for high danger passes wage. For for those who don't maybe understand I danger you means you're just getting pucks to high danger areas. So really comes down to if you're playing with good guys, you play with good players. They're going to finish those chances obviously in Buffalo that not a lot them. By the way, you can see middle sad. It's not a that's not an established sniper. If you look at some of the guys he was dragging around on those lines. How about the Buffalo just like getting killed off those press conferences on Monday morals. Well, and again pretty much Kevin Adams speaking afterwards is more or less. Like maybe fleece isn't the right term. But with Taylor Hall surely, you know incorporating that no move Claus think I might have the hands tied, right? That's I'm sure who knows if you know tail he'll didn't have a first-round. Do you have a movement Claus would the capitals or someone who gave up that first pick where they move it for a guy like Taylor Hall. You think it's a possibility, right? So yeah. Yep. It kind of stuck with yeah, the Islanders like they were kind of been stuck between a rock and a hard place in terms of getting returned. So Buffalo continues to take owls. I mean, it's it is it is truly run out of there and it's not cuz again, they they they really had no choice with this. This was the only deal they could make a call only one come here. It also sounds like he wanted to sign here long-term in the off-season and it was Sweeney and the Bruins who said no way that we're not doing long-term here and even you know, he just recording..