3 Burst results for "Thai Anderson"
"thai anderson" Discussed on Bruins Beat
"And we're here with Conor Ryan Conor. What is up Evan? I'm doing very well. How you doing? I'm doing well. It's a Monday morning. I want to preface The Show by saying this month. There is a game Monday night against the Islanders. So we will have not seen we recorded this prior to the game. So this happened to us quite a bit last year. Yeah where we would talk before a game talk about these issues and that night those issues would you know seemingly be fixed and then let people would be listening to a show that was on issues that were already fixed. So I'd like to preface that by saying we're going to go over some issues with the first two games against the devils and somehow by hook or crook the Bruins are going to score like 8515 goals-against devices on as expected as expected life, but nevertheless I'm pumped. I'm just happy to have hockey back. And by the way for people who watch on YouTube, I have a cut on my finger when writing hear it. I don't know I was I was getting ready this morning and all of a sudden There was this like blood on my phone and I was like why and I looked at my thumb and it was there was a cut. I don't know what happened to it, but I cut my finger and I'm here so creates will find there a day-to-day decision. Hungry Tasha under caution with this would be out for like a month. I write your point by the way, we'll get into that in a little bit will start actually with the Bruins lack of five-on-five scoring. So through the games six periods Thai Anderson tweeted out the exact minutes of the two games, which is always fun. It makes it seem way worse. They have zero five on five goals and we both touted how deep this scene was offensively to start after two games. Obviously a pasta injured you have Craig Smith injured. You have Andre Kasha injured now Craig Smith playing on Monday night or at least expected to what is wrong five-on-five. What aren't they doing? I just think it mostly not keeping it simple and doing just the basic things that generates consistent five-on-five scoring cuz again, we could also look into as much as people hop on the fancy stats. And so I expected go strolling shit. Well, they don't even doing that job. They're not even like generating these looks like you're not even seeing in these games. You know, it'd be one thing if they weren't if they were snake bit but they're you know black would in those two games was making some crazy saved it breakaways or chances right out in front your even see that like the pot speeds are being fired in from deep and they were getting blocked or turned aside the weren't guys download to kind of bury any of those second chances. Like you don't even see those things just the basic things that that, you know lead to grade eight chances and goals. You're not seeing any of that right now. So I think for the Bruins is just about you know, keeping things simple. It's just I said, we're going to talk about and see me the stuff that anyone listen to it..
"thai anderson" Discussed on Bruins Beat
"I I. Know I've talked to Quinn about it I've talked to or about it their relationship long time after the hit was not very good, they had fought in sixty, eight, sixty nine bobby had fought quinn end of the regular season, and they fought early the next year after the head. At Bobby by the way could fight very well. Thank you very much. It was a lot better at it than a guy his size should be. And I know for a fact that for years. Their. Relationship wasn't very good bobby. Orr could carry a grudge just fine. Thank you very much, but ultimately they did bury the hatchet and Quinn's words they did ultimately come to some sort of a relationship. They ended up serving on the same Hall of Fame Selection Committee for the the NHL Hall of fame and their relationship in later years was was fine, but you know back then. You didn't. You didn't like teams. You've got some of that now. I'll agree with you. It's not as much which also play teens as my terry. How often do you play the Edmonton oilers to? Gin Up the the hatred and the ceiling. You know you've got Canadians. You've got you know. The the maple leafs that sort of thing but it. It's not the same league. No totally isn't and also I mean. There's more there's more talent concentrated back then meets. Were Dirk fewer teams teams to a European? Player pool to draw from that you have now. It's also true also had more. You've got more players to draw from internationally now than you did back. It's totally true all right, so we're already talking about good offensive left shot defensive. Why don't we talk about Tori crew? And so. Everyone's kind of wondering about his future I saw a pretty interesting article this week from Thai Anderson. Tidal is hey. Here's a wildcard of a solution Torey Krug situation I feel like maybe people were saying this and I was missing it, but it's so funny because I feel like the only two options that have been discussed crew cab. Ben Science your long term for a lot of money or signs elsewhere long-term for a lot of money, not much else. has been talked about but Anderson. Anderson Pretty much makes the argument for. Why not just a one year extension to get through this weird pandemic time where there isn't a lot of money, the salary cap would probably say that. to me I was like. Thought about idea, because then it's like then he can get his money at some point. The bruins will probably have a higher capped. Maybe pay him that money. At some point. I just want to hear your thoughts situation. Obviously the risk that the Tory crew would have to take here would have to do with you know injury. Go out there at some time in the next year, and you bought a knee or something God forbid. I think ties. Overall premises sound. All you have to do is look at the recent contract signed by Yaroslava a lot. And, he said you know given what's going on in the world You know I didn't want frag this thing out and wanted to get it over with. I could see some. I could see some interest on both sides. Look. Let's just let's just get a year out of the way we'll keep fighting at this thing. We'll keep plugging away at it. The difference here would be if the gap between the two sides is so significant that Don Sweeney and or Torey Krug say look. We're not closing this gap. We're not close into ear from now. We're not closing at five years from now. And I'm just throwing numbers out for the sake of discussion or four million dollars a year apart. What are we doing here? In which case if I'm Krueg I go get that long-term deal guarantees me injury. Protection and things like that..
"thai anderson" Discussed on X96
"Dressmaker of london elite in night in the 19th isn't real guy right now i was not a now it is fiction it is fictional but it is it is inspired by several real people look uh and he you know he he he dresses royalty of european royalty american rich women ill zonza i everybody wants to come in and the paprika him uh he he is a very set in his routines of of in on them putting on a socks important criterion all this rather than um one of his routines as he hit it is it from time to time he has a girlfriend okay adiel built invite them pickup girlfriend have them the live with her live them for a while and when she gets to be to clean your needier whatever out get kicks her to curb with the help of his of his sister who runs the business played by leslie mandrell well this happens you have wh what time when he's out in the country he sees this uh long lean very lovely looking waitress unim alma played by this amazing european actors named vicky creeps who scripps or craps it's i venture uh oput scrapping you i think it is creeps uh apart let's at kreps get nice um and uh it seems to be the same pattern picking up the he he you no wind turbines diane's early fall in love and and all that but when we start getting to the point where and and and he becomes from use also models her models as close and and and inspires him to create beautiful stuff and uh at the point where usually uh uh every time to say sinar odds been fun young things happen oh and she is different from the others and in a very fascinating zra psychological way think about things like uh uh albert hitchcock's rebekka uh that that our level of of being deep psychological stuff okay something something was amiss short something is something is very a mess and it the the way this works because you're so focused on the closing the beauty of the beauty of at all um you don't even notice how how thai anderson is turning up the heat just ever so slowly never so precisely until you're yellow boiling and.