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"wayne cashman" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Say, Sal, that any any fan? I mean, A lot of fans have not seen Rene Robert play. They're not old enough, but they've seen that goal. You've seen that fog game goal and Even before the Sabres, you know they have a tribute to Ranieri, Rene Robert that they tweeted out last night, and that's how it ends. Uh, with his goal almost brought tears to my eyes to see that you know, in the tribute to him and To score the goal. It was a very well done tribute by the Sabres. But yes, uh and any any hockey saber hockey fan, I think has seen that goal along the way, and, uh, it it is like an iconic call and a big part of Sabres history and buffalo sports history. Paul with regard to the French connection. How how quickly was that they The Sabres of the three of them discover that they had. You know such an incredible connection, And was it just a matter of? You know, we we talked a lot about you Don't number your lines. Was it just like these are definitely your three best players. We're gonna throw these three together, Or was it something that just kind of came together organically right away. Well as you know, to start franchise history. Gilbert Perot. They won lottery with the Vancouver Canucks Tibet draft first overall, so and there was a huge difference between the first overall pick in Jill Parole and the second overall pick and Dale talent. I mean, huge difference. And Buffalo got parole in the next year. They drafted Rick Martin. I believe it was fifth overall, I'm going by memory, but I think it was fifth overall. But they still you know, needed a winger for that line. And Ramiro Bear. He who had his first year with the Toronto Maple Leafs, his second years with the Pittsburgh Penguins, He had seven goals and 11 assists. He had 18 points in its 1st 54 games in the league. And Buffalo picks him up in March. And he got to play 12 games with those guys and had six goals and three assists for nine points in the 12 Games. You know, it just was magical. You know, Robert didn't really wasn't score before that. And here he comes in from the Pittsburgh Penguins from Eddie Shack, and it was immediate chemistry. Immediate. And, uh, you know, by the 74 75 season, he's Buffaloes leading scorer with 100 points. You know? Yeah, That's right. 100 points, folks, uh, back when, uh you know, you had 40 goals and 60 assists, 60 assists. We're lucky if a saber has 60 points right now. At 60 assists. For 100 points in that season. And the French. What about the born? Yes. Sorry. What about Like that time period in hockey, like, give us a perspective on Was this kind of, um, unique or we're all teams having. I mean, there are famous lines in history going back for many, many years, but You know, did teams have, uh, were they revolutionary in a way that they put these three together they became iconic. They were great in the league, or were a lot of teams doing that with all the different speed and aspects of the game that went into it that day. Back then, coaches didn't split up lines that quickly. The The Bruins won two Stanley Cups with Phil Esposito, Uh Ken Hodge and Wayne Cashman, and it never got split up that was always align. Bill Barber in that series you talked about with that Sabres against the Flyers was with Bobby Clarke all the time. Reggie Leach was on that team. You knew the lines almost of any team in the NHL even know you're not seeing all that many games on TV. I think NBC might have had the games back then, too, but The only time you're really seeing hockey on TV, as if you could pick up hockey night in Canada on your TV, or if you're watching that NBC game of the week, and that was basically it so, but you still I think you knew the lines of the other team because they very rarely changed. The Sabres rarely broke up the French connection, and if they did by the end of the game there are back together anyway, because it usually didn't work. You're telling me I wouldn't have been upset when they broke them up for scoring balance. They kept putting together two scoring balance usually didn't work out. I mean, I remember reading about when those guys change numbers. For a bit. Um, yeah, with that. You know, that was really weird. Uh, Robert wound up with seven. I think Martin War nine. It was it was. It was weird, And then they changed back because I'll all of a sudden they stopped scoring because they change numbers. So next thing you know, they changed. They they wound up putting their the numbers back. Uh, which was weird, too. So, uh, trying to think maybe Jack Rashard was number nine, and he wound up with 14. And but they all change the numbers back after here. Here's what's crazy, though you go that you go to that cup season. Cup final season. You go to 74 75 talking about spreading out scoring? Yeah. Robert Parole. Martin are 123 on the team. After that, the next three All had 70 or more points. Don lose. 76, Rick Dudley 70 Jim Lawrence 70. Then you still had another to Ramsey and gear in the sixties. I mean, Yes, Different time period. We discuss that, But they still had players outside of those guys. And they had they had ways to score even when they weren't on the ice. That was back when they did number lines, So I'll say Rick Dudley was on the third line and scored 30/30 goals yet you know you you had, uh, you know again, Don Luce always played with Danny care..
"wayne cashman" Discussed on Black N' Gold Hockey Podcast
"A a Bruins fan go out there and there's something you know for hockey fans, you know, I think that we have a great balance of all those things go and do that rate and review page. Follow him follow me if you can see it. If not, it's black and gold 277 any of the big mouth and also at the black and gold pod and Mark took us home loans. And yes, we got we have a patreon campaign going on where you donate $1 per one of these episodes. The information is below. Please sign up because we do offer kind of like a a price thing when you sign up you are eligible for weekly prize every week that we to a recording or we might do two extra recordings. Who knows but you'll be charged under $10. Let's just say that right per month right now. We're only do a full episode. So it's $4 per month. So it's very very minimal cost to help us run a sports media program and for that we take half of the money and buy jerseys. So once a month we give away jersey. This is a child like oil Jersey and this is going to be given away next month wage. The April Jersey. So every week we give away a prize everyone's related prize and this week. It's a Wayne Cashman and signed Puck with a co-op job that comes along with it. And this week's winner is the awesome Marlene Daniels. Congratulations Mylene. I will get your information as soon as possible and get you your signed Puck. But if you want to be eligible for weekly giveaway and a juror a monthly Jersey giveaway, please go to patreon, Black and Gold hockey podcast. I donate just $1 per episode to get to be eligible. All right, we want to thank everybody friends family for the shares of reaching you guys have been amazing as always. I love you guys. And and this is the part of the show where we like to recognize I listen to and our favorite peeps. So my patreon members are awesome. We have like all month. Forty now that continues to grow so we're just going to keep rolling over and buying more ships. Oh, it's awesome. But speaking of crap. I'm going to end we're going to end this one this month. This was a tough one to do today. We were just I don't know what the problem was. I was up to do it amped up to do it, but my words were fumbled as usual more than more than lately. But well no, I feel like life energy levels good. I feel like we wanted to be the best company, but I don't think either of us are joining the Army anytime soon because the execution but again, thank you everyone for listening to us good bad and ugly and sometimes life but not so hard we will end that right here. Thank you very much everybody. Peace out. We'll talk next week. Hopefully covid-19 covered for postponements. We get back onto the ice on Thursday this week and Saturday, I believe and we'll talk about it next Sunday when we record episode 222. So Michael read off. For Heather Angus in peace out everybody.
"wayne cashman" Discussed on Black N' Gold Hockey Podcast
"Right or some one on one, the category of one hundred greatest players plus daily cop. Boss what was the other thing captaincy? So you had twenty eight altogether in points on that. Show out shot out here. No? No. No. No shutout unfortunately. Data shot out anyways because we did tie on the other category and there's no shootouts shit. So anyways, woo on a visually Inglewood's the draft. All right. I didn't agree to this last category of the you know crunching the numbers I didn't have a chance to do any of that for myself but will you know would have just let my Geeky Aston? You're my friend and your lady so I'll let you I will conceive respectfully as. Well no seed conceive. A Chandler Egan. Concede Logan. To Gory I got all this. So Jesse I won fair and square. I'll send you the numbers if. That word. Now conceiving anything besides. Bad, asses the best snow known all Boston beat down crushing. Sorry but the Susana Five. Of the best seven series numbers Oh, fine. That's fine. Let's do an all time NHL draft sometime in see also picks oh Jesus maybe we should do that next week and get a couple other people in to make it more interesting. All right. We've got to we've got to wrap this up because time is getting really close Yes please rate interview on all of your podcast listening platforms. Thank you so much. The Patriot members we've got some new ones I'm GONNA create a list on an upcoming show to what everybody know who's no and who's still around we have I, think we have like twenty of them. It's awesome. In it's growing weekly. So if you want to get involved, please go to Patriotdepot, dot com slash lacking gold hockey fogcast for your chance to win. A Wayne Cashman signed PBOC OH radio on the bad assets. Wayne Cashman signed puck right here if you can see that on the Youtube. Recently addition to the inventory. terrier riled the Tas- sign pock, all these have. certificate of authenticity this when I got yesterday for the Patriots members and that's Vern Flanagan. And a hall of Fame Nineteen, Ninety? So we have like several more sitting over there that I just couldn't grab. Don't have time to talk about it right now. But like I said, if you WANNA get involved is a dollar per episode every we produce an episode it just a dollar I think we're GONNA. Do. A four minimum possibly eight. So it'd be eight dollars a month I know it's. Time to talk but those guys are sticking with us and still doing it. Thank you so much. We really appreciate the financial. Contributions to help cut the cost of what we're doing here on the podcast and the website. One thank. who else? Well, two of Kris van Kusel gotta thank Mancuso just Ala King and Seltzer King for him by and talking some hockey and what he's got going on over at tops off dot net Heather I wanNA. Thank you for getting back in Having, fun I had a blast on this one. This was really good and I think we're going to be over but I don't care if it goes up on anchor or not. It will go out on every other popular platform. So I'm really don't give a shit but bit tried to go as fast as we could. Cover the CBA and all that stuff too I mean it is what it is. I don't care this point, but I just had I had fun..
"wayne cashman" Discussed on Black N' Gold Hockey Podcast
"Six, zero on games as a bruin and is a two-time Stanley Cup champion in nineteen, Seventy and seventy two. So Dallas Smith while look at that defense goaltending looking good. So Fi. Oh. Wow Well Dallas Smith throw me off a little bit because there were a lot of people still on the board so that through meet Laura loop okay. I was like. Okay Dallas Smith but who else? Who else from that? Seventy seventy two double Stanley Cup winning team. Could we possibly pick and I thought to myself? Someone that only a hero Bruins fan would pick my friend because he does not necessarily ring bells for the modern fan but his name is Wayne Cashman and he was a bad, ass okay he played. A thousand seven, twenty, seven games with the Bruins he had two, hundred, seventy, seven goals five, hundred, sixteen assists seven hundred ninety three points played on a legendary. Lied he had. Eight thirty goal seasons to Stanley. Cups he's up there in all times for wingers and basically like I said it was just a bad ass on a bad ass liden. That's why those boys want to. Stanley. I, noticed we draw heavily from the seventy seventy two T we did. Absolutely we did and into tried a trump bat with my own bad ask because it seems like that's what's going on here is we're going pick pick in which I do ruffle some feathers but. I think one of the best feather rustlers in the in the world of fighting and believe it or not plan hockey i. went with forward Terry Old Riley with my ninth pick, and he was born of a fifth fourteen years from nineteen seventy, one to nineteen, eighty, five, his stats are two, hundred, four goals, four, hundred and two assists six six points. In. Unbelievable two thousand ninety, five penalty minutes in eight hundred, ninety, one games as a Bruin, and if I'm not mistaken, he was a bruin through and through I don't believe played for another team. So take your Terry. O'Reilly, fishes the face Mr Cashman. Okay. That's fine. Jump at the stands and throw a terry our allies mean that's fine. So now I gotta sit back and my heart-to-heart shoe. Later, that's later we'll get to the shoe gets. So I had to think to myself. Okay. How the regroup regroup he took Terry O'Reilly. Okay. We got to regroup..
"wayne cashman" Discussed on Black N' Gold Hockey Podcast
"Of I mean maybe not fair for everybody the how first round the play-in round or whatever is that might be a little unfair but I think by receding it kind of levels the field and makes it more effective if we're going to have this crazy 2014 tournament making it more of a don't put the asterisk next to the cup kind of thing. You know what I mean? Yeah. Also, I mean the cream-of-the-crop is going to rise the top over and arounds as it always does, sometimes the Big Green will fall for no reason but I do like the receding I think it makes me feel better and it feels like okay now everyone's needs were met in some way by doing it this way in the fans. I'm not going to be great. Like, you know, you're going to be waiting see not just like, you know, who You'll Play out of this area is you'll have to wait and see who you're going to physically Play seventeen's Can't prepare as well though. So, I guess that's the one thing I think was weird about that but right I want to give a huge shout-out. I was on a Bruins related podcast last week and it was called The Dumping change podcast Heather subscribe to these guys. React really fine. Good hockey talk. I had a blast we had some drinks. We talked some prospects and that's the dump in change podcast The Following on Thursday. I believe all major worldwide listening platforms. You can follow him on Twitter too at the letter N underscore change and hosts Nick Jared and Nestor off they do a fantastic job and I had a blast and I can't wait to come back on that program because they had some great questions asked me about permits prospects and I really enjoyed that program. I'm digging into the archives of of their she also I highly suggest that you follow those guys and subscribe. Another thing I want to talk about is patreon. We thought Getting more things to do with patreon. We understand that things are tough right now, but I ordered shirts and I ordered signed pucks. So if you want to get involved in this, please donate $1 per episode at patreon.com black and gold hockey podcast and the pucks that I did order so far in this sign and they come with a COA. So the opportunity for you to win a part for $1. All you did was due $1. We pick a random number bam I sent it to you but so far. I have a plug from Fred Stanfield Wayne Cashman Reggie. Lemelin, Rick Middleton and Gerry cheevers. And that list is going to get longer the more people we get involved in this patreon, the more things we can do we're going to do. Once we kick off next season show if it's going to be a 20, let's just say a 25-week season. I will have 25 items pre done. I'm not going to suck. On the fly anymore. I will have 25 items here in the office in the black and gold hockey podcast studio. And as soon somebody has picked it is getting shipped bad thing. No more delays, and I'm sorry for the people that are still a waiting. I'm just trying to get caught up on everything right now cuz it's a little tough covid-19 ruins everything. So we have a lot of things coming up if you want to write for us..
"wayne cashman" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Three seven sixty six sixty six and the reminders of all harsh reality they are inescapable temporary hospital be set up in Central Park what's going on over at the Javits center it's a day to day reminder of the world we live in where this virus has taken over every element the hallway alive for what we do for we try to find the little things to help you pass the time and this weekend reality hits home that much more it's another full week of nonstop lockdown nonstop quarantine trying to keep everybody safe trying to help out any of our medical people and what not but the best thing we can do is we said over and over again it follows guidelines and so that's exactly what I'm doing over the weekend and you don't normally draw up the final weekend in March to be in a lockdown signet binging seven episodes of love is blind and trying to figure out what you're going to do to pass the time whether it's a little I'm a be the show maybe it's doing a puzzle maybe still a little reading I know I speak on behalf of many of you that while we had been in lock down it's like the challenge of trying to stimulate your mind trying to stimulate your body and doing whatever you need to do I'm trying to go for runs but trying to get my exercise doing all that sort of stuff but doing so in a safe manner that said I kind of took a full break of sports from the weekend and I can't tell you the last time I've done that I really can't Mabel is in Colombia but even then I'm looking at the phone and see what's going on so I'm never really off even when I want to be often never really off let's be honest what is our woes trying to find a movie to watch and for the two channels and I'm scrolling through here I'm scrolling through their come across an old NBA game from nineteen ninety four that I guess NBA TV was showing because it seem like their team throughout the weekend from just taking a peek at Twitter and see what's going on in the world was old school mix bowls games which for the most part are gonna bring you a whole lot of pain is going to bring you a whole lot of anger thinking about what could have been in so many of those years book as I sit there for like eight minutes before I go make dinner watching Scotty Pippin go off Christmas day ninety four it really had me thinking you know all the polls with Michael Jordan even though ninety four Michael Jordan was doing god knows what play baseball be forced to retire what went on was father gambling debts I mean all the theories are out there that's one of those great conspiracy theories that maybe we cannot investigate dive into well we got some time on our hands Boyle those bulls teams with the ultimate goal on the side and the ethnic of Akis I know them get from Jordan who for my money is the best to ever do it Scotty Pippin who's a top fifty all time player Debbie Harry the Horace grant the first three years that you had Dennis Rodman take his place yeah totally cool coach at BJ Armstrong at will go along we had build winning team Ron Harper Steve Kerr terrific terrific things and how is a Nick fan going back to that glory day era that now is looked upon very fondly because of how Baghdad the next been for the better part of two decades you know I think about those Jordan bulls teams and I just absolutely hate it because the Knicks could never be as good as the next war they could never ever ever get passed Michael Jordan let's be honest the only time they got past Chicago what mattered was nineteen ninety four when Jordan was on his basketball hiatus name it's a controversial call from U. highlands in order to get there those bulls teams found ways to break your heart weather was the first time they put in the post season Charles Smith game Jordan coming back bring it back as I always like to say he brings it back like forty five that's one of my sayings on a craps table for those of you keeping score at home which I hit a four five you bring it back like short because he brought it back in jump to double nickel I'm an ex M. S. J. and it proceeded to go on with three more championships Michael Jordan's Chicago Bulls war that object in the way the knickerbockers that they could never get past so when I think about teams that I've grown to hate over the years from my early days a sports fan and I'll they are certainly at the top of the list the only one I thought of and I guess these brings it full circle about some of those painful losses from last week the highly Yankee red Sox rivalry for my money it's two thousand and three to like two thousand and seven two thousand and eight where are you had heavyweight battles you had a red Sox team that was deal with all the adversity of the curse of the Bambino nineteen eighteen Baki Faulkner you name it but in two thousand three is pretty obvious the right size which it from Manny Ramirez the way he dropped bombs the David Ortiz common from being non tendered by the Minnesota Twins for sure Johnny Damon was there Pedro Martinez who is always walking the Aggies intimidating Yankees and dominate everybody was there a leader at the top of the rotation it was like yeah the red Sox occurs dates nineteen eighteen but this team dropping bombs gonna be a problem and they were thirty eighty seven games and all three and a two thousand four the hatred was ratcheted up another level because then that cal Boyle I think yes I had the big stores like manning in page up then the third dog C. hate like Varitek Amtrak Nixon when outdated Curt Schilling I think about that two thousand four red Sox team if you're Yankee fan you absolutely hated that group you hated pager hated feeling Hey Amanda yeah I hate a poppy Varitek's get into it with outsiders yes in order for team to kind of fit that criteria they had a beach that break your heart that's what the red sizeable del from being down three oh to come back to winning that American League Championship Series those two groups specifically what I think IT teams over the years that just absolutely couldn't stand the Jordan balls the red Sox were they take now there are many more of you know particular teams that didn't necessarily have that seem moonbeam perspective but I hated him because a dominance like the warriors to get sick and tired of them lebron's heat team I got sick and tired of them shacking Kobe's Lakers there are three P. I couldn't stand any of those teams so I think one route against a great team in many many regards but people wonder why I have to mention the patriots and make no mistake the patriots for while we're there for me when the patriots were going for a perfect season that was probably the peak of my nature with that chance to care that David Tyree Michael Strahan Eli manning Hallelujah bought after that two thousand and what seven season and which they missed out on nineteen and I'll it got to a point for me with New England when they were just so good they were so dominant they were so much better than everybody else in the NFL that I kind of found myself showing that respect shown that low mainly due to the fact that my team the dolphins or pure Jeff van or if your bills fan they were up to par so for a team to do that in a salary cap era for almost two decades one vision basically every year going all the safety titles gore is double nine times and winning it six times it's like what is this this is like a bell they just too damn good so my hatred of the patriots kind of diminished over time and maybe it's the fact that they were good to me and to those super bowls actually three to super bowls Seattle LA Atlanta and in a loss to the Philadelphia so it's important of a strict my football picks that could be product regular season picks last your embarrassment but the super ball oh my goodness I lost one going back to Denver and Seattle many moons ago but I guess what I'm getting at here folks in order to heat that given team and fourteen the like take the cake over a period of time as the one you hate the most I'm sorry they had a damn good and I got to inflict some sort of a motion area some sort of anger some sort of frustration joins bowls your net fan chipper Jones Atlanta Braves so how about she sells Philadelphia Phillies so many different ways to go it said Aberdeen New Jersey Salas up next these on a phallus up Sally salad checking in okay I got it well first thing my my wife got me hooked on ninety day fiance and now we're in the third season bows off right now so that's that's one day's fiance after my love is blind excursion I don't know if I could get in the ninety day fiance but somehow you have to give me the the recap on okay another pile of do that which way I go towards the with the sport I love Robert you've got my blood boiling I grew up in Massapequa Long Island so I'm around the fan from the beginning so I hated the Rangers the seventy four seventy five season when they beat them in the quarterfinals preseason goal that was great are the other two teams I can't stand that error on the Broad Street bullies and the big bad Bruins I remember game in January seventy five when Gillies beat the crap out of chills and that basically put us on the map to show Hey we're not going to be pushed over anymore and that's the year that they beat the Rangers and they took the flyers who eventually won the Stanley Cup the seven games that year two of the games that really killed me or or Rangers seventy seventy nine when we were the presidents trophy winners and then we lost that game and in seventy seventy seventy nine eighty one we actually won the Cup they had a big series against the Bruins and they took that series and it was a huge fight masters that sparked the Allens and we won the Cup that year players I couldn't stand back then was you know obviously was quark shields Bob Kelly you know Wayne Cashman all all guys that were Intimidators but the islanders you know to show their fortitude and said Hey we're not taking a crap anymore and propelled them to four Stanley cups it's funny self the islanders of the early nineteen eighties have brought out a lot of emotion you guys I've noticed that either on a love or hate aspect your range van could stand up voice Jacobson offset before I love the fan it's like the idea of being a bad guy well my freedom and want to live in that world of the island is a win four Stanley cups maybe in a lifetime nominal eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six will wrap it up when it comes to that group over a period of vinyl two three four years a given team thank you just hated the most is a sports fan you tell me who that is now with the latest radio dot com sports minute is in Los hi many warrants with the radio dot com sports minute such a.
"wayne cashman" Discussed on The Reigny Day Podcast | Ontario Reign
"If the electors something that needs to be done. So you're working as an assistant coach in the NHL in the flyers organization Hershey and then in Philadelphia phantoms for almost a decade. And then you become the assistant coach of the flyers in and you go to the NHL as an assistant coach. What were The things you didn't expect you loved up there. And what were the things that you didn't expect that maybe you liked being in the minors. If there were any going up and doing that for a couple of years well I mean first of all I mean. The Flyers Organization treated me terrifically the whole time as a player As a coach Assistant coach. And you know what they provide me with a A great time frame of my life. That my wife and I are very grateful. Four-lane with they were they were excellent And loved it in American Hockey League loved in her she then. They decided that they were going to move their minor league team up into Philly and we were going to play out of the old spectrum and the flyers are going to play out of the new building which I believe at that time was called the first union center. It said a number of different name changes over here. Yeah I was Wachovia. One time in In typical whilst fire is that what it is well wells fargo now but in typical flyer fashion. It was known as the few center because it was well. You know. Fill either a little bit harsh stuff like that but the the first union kind of tied in with that works well so you know what and it was. It was weird because Roger Neilson was a coach and he got sick and they called me up usually. It's a player that's going up and now as a coach that was going up and Craig. Ramsay took over as the head coach. There and and Roger wasn't feeling too well and No skew at the first part of it was Wayne Cashman had back surgery. I've got to back that up because that's up to the first time Wayne Cashman it back surgery so I was up there with Roger Craig Ramsay and an awkward moment there was. I didn't even have an office and a couple of months. I was up there and Roger and Ramaphosa say everyday just take caches office. He's not going to be back for weeks and stuff like that set up and I said no. No no no. I'm not going to do it. So finding the one day to convince me to move my stuff into caches office walks through the door. Wayne. Cash comes in just want to say hello to everybody and I'm sitting behind his desk as I. I just felt like it because we knew it was just it was. I felt wrong. Yeah and then so I kind of got ahead of myself and then Roger got sick and had to step away from from the coaching into things and Craig took over and asked me if I'd be the assistant with them and I was a tough decision because Well first of all I mean I was with Billy Barber. Who's Just a greatest human being that there ever is and we're working together well with the phantoms. And we had called her cupping. But you know what it was one of those things where you get a chance to be in the NHL. So I did it. I think the biggest thing Camden notice was just. I mean it's like you think. The American Hockey League is Great. It is don't get me wrong. I get the hockey's terrific but man when you get on the ice and you got the Legion Doom. Going up and down the ICE. You've got Eric Lindros and Randburg and the Claire and guys like that. It's like it's a whole different level and it's just impressive like it's just crazy and you know obviously the charter flights and the hotels and the way these guys are treated and live is kind of Nice. The only thing is nothing changed in my pay grade so I mean I was still living the life and American Hockey League Guy. Trying to park my truck away from other people's Jaguars and Lamborghinis or wherever they were driving alternately. You know what you just you just be yourself and I think that was the the best part of it was. I've always been just me by. This is who I am. This is what I do and you know what I think. Most people accept it or enjoy it. And if you don't well I'M NOT GONNA lose any sleep over the youngest. Is You really deal with the American Hockey League? With the exception of a few here and there twenty years old above and the and you get the nineteen year olds in once in a while and we have a few but Junior hockey your head coach in the Oh l. And then a little later on in the whol does your style changed as your attitude toward the players change when you're dealing with now teenagers and their guys that don't live by themselves and you're going out on the road with them and they're not they're in hotels and who knows how they're around like that's just a totally different animal. I have to imagine It it's different I don't think you approached the players any differently in the fact that I mean those guys are trying to get drafted in the NHL. And you're trying to help them fulfill that dream or that passion and then you know what you're the American league and you're trying to help these guys now move and and become NHL players or NHL regular so your your Ability to mold or influence is always there and I think that's what is the most satisfying is seeing these guys fulfill dream of maybe going to the NHL draft like we talked about earlier and being there with their families and their name is called in our our level guy getting called up to the kings and playing in the NHL. It's it's very satisfying Junior aspect of it is there is a lot of babysitting I don't know if it's much time is spent on XS and Os. You would like because usually you're trying to deal with School and right the fact that the kids don't like to go So attendance is a bit of a problem Of course their schoolwork and keeping up with their grades is always a challenge And you know you're dealing with billets players are living with families and sometimes it's not a great fit. Sometimes to player goes there and doesn't really care for his family or sometimes the bill at family comes to you as a coach and says a. It's not really working out with little johnny here and we're going to have to get him. Outta here. Well you know who that is that you being the guy gets him out of there and it's even worse if a kid comes to you and says they want to you know change billets because you know for whatever reason so. It's an awkward situation there. And then you know you've got the girlfriends and you know the the curfews to deal with and it is a bit of a challenge just because you're dealing with teenagers and teenage boys are hormones. Yeah they're they're different. Yeah we did a lot of dump things as teenagers and sometimes we've been accused of never growing up but I mean you know what that's that's part of it. It's part of like being parents like being a debt. So you know. We approach it as coaches at that level. Just an extension of their their parents and in absence of their parents were basically father so But every every level I've been at I've I've enjoyed and if you take it with an open mind and realize that you're influencing and helping to Fulfil these get these kids and just try to make them a little bit better. It is. It's very satisfying. So whatever level I've been and I've I've enjoyed But I would say my favorite probably is is the American just just just like I just love the level of of of the American argument. And I'm just GONNA go out on a limb and assume that you've had opportunity you've been in this league longtime I'm GonNa assume you are. You've been hockey. I should say a longtime you've got an opportunity to be an assistant coach somewhere in the NHL. I'm just GONNA GUESS. And whether that's the case or not so be it but you have stuck with the Ontario Reign. You stuck with With this head coaching position. Which like you said I. You'll love it and I pretty positively like this organization. You want to call her cup to get it started. That's got to be a good way to start. What keeps you here and do you like being an H. L. Head coach. More than you think. You'd like being an assistant. Nhl Coach right now. Well you're you're right. I mean the opportunities have presented itself and maybe if I hadn't been in. Nhl Assistant coach with the flyers and then in Atlanta. You know maybe there would be a little bit stronger yearn from me to coach again at that level. I just you know what I love what I'm doing. I love the organization and and what Euro all about and what we're trying to accomplish and You know I'm not GonNa lie to you. It doesn't hurt when you win a Calder Cup in in your first year and you know what That year was in Manchester and we kind of knew going into that. There was a possibility that we would be moving out to the California area. We were accepting of that. But you wouldn't believe they. I mean I still think of Manchester. Like I love it I get it just. It was a great situation. It was a great city. It was great fan support and because we did win. I guess there's always GonNa be a special spot in your heart but we came out here and again the the thriller the satisfaction for me is just.
"wayne cashman" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"From Weymouth chose Boston prolotherapy as an alternative to knee replacements I had always been a very active person I had jobs I had high I had done mountain climbing I have a camp up in New Hampshire and I've done a lot of physical activity cutting wood clearing land and that was getting more difficult to do and I actually had to stop and slow down after I had the prolotherapy in my first day I was back to walking five or six miles four times a week I was back in the pool and things were just better I wasn't experience in that pain I was back up to my camp just enjoy life again my left knee started to act up so I went to see doctor Frankie he just completed the shots a month ago and my knees feel so much better and I'm all doing my walking and my activities again so don't let pain stop you from enjoying the activities you love call Dr L. front you Boston prolotherapy for or non invasive solution for joint pain online it Boston prolotherapy dot com or call one eight three three goal hello one eight three three GoPro when you drive to work because research more than the app can offer WBZ traffic on the three only WBZ Boston's newsradio and it's ten forty two time for sports and here's Adam world will try to extend their winning streak to for tonight in Philadelphia and this is a big one for a huge guy six foot nine defenseman's today no Ciara will play his one thousandth regular season game as a member of the beast just the sixth Boston player to achieve the feat along with Johnny Bucyk ray Borg don Sweeney Patrice Bergeron and Wayne Cashman goes first Cassidy's excited first captain because someone on a one on one from your family fans so I suspect there's something going on there.
"wayne cashman" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"New Jersey one at one point five news time eight oh, eight now, New Jersey one oh one point five instant weather. Gusty winds continues. We go through the nineteen hours wind advisory. Most all jersey through ten pm this evening, clear skies, windy, conditions out there tonight. Lows in the upper thirties, mainly sunny weather ahead for Tuesday, a chance of rain showers again towards evening, though. Highs in the low to mid sixties partly to mostly sunny, Wednesday, highs up in low sixties and if showers possible Thursday highs mostly in the fifties meteorologist, Mark sibito Moorestown forty seven west Deptford fifty-one Franklin forty-eight download our mobile app for breaking traffic, weather and news alert sent to your smartphone. It's free from New Jersey one zero one point five New Jersey one oh one point five our own radio station, New York, not Philadelphia proud to be New Jersey. Jay leno. Jibe divers eight oh nine I'm Steve trevelise. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. One eight hundred two eight point five is another week in speech advocate. Go to nj one zero one five dot com. Plenty or stuff on my page of the Floyd was here last Thursday night. And we got the hang out and you'll see some of the excerpts. Dr Wayne Ganji tells us why put the play bunnies. Both male and female on his alone. He called here the forbid they went back up. Also, CBS augment Catan wrote the Tiger Woods book. Tiger one is fifth masters yesterday. Fourteen years after winning his fourth masters and Bob Klapisch, author of inside the empire, the rise of the New York Yankees, basically about the general manager Wayne Cashman, if you're a Yankee fan gonna want to check it out and listen as a picking the best coffee in New Jersey, which we will talk about later, but the number to get through right now. One eight hundred two eight three one zero one point five it seems like. The New Jersey politicians have just given up trying to please the citizens of the jersey, I believe just done with us. So instead going into the non citizens of New Jersey..
"wayne cashman" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets
"But you gotta be all in it. Got gotta be willing to do it twenty four seven. And so that was that was okay. But you know, and I wasn't ready to do it twenty four seven. So never really got back could a Bill could've obviously done something. But never really wanted to jump in full-time. So here I on Ray, I'm going back the restaurant assuming it's also a talion restaurant. You said there's eighty different Italian rescue. Around it now is a question for followers. What are you doing a separate yourselves from the rest of the restaurants? Are you giving away free breadsticks all of all garden beds? Do you walk around? What's going on? Right. I go around. I go around shaking hands. You know? I I try to get there much. I can't before gross games that we kinda promote when what I'm going to be there. So that's different people know in the -ffiliated with the restaurant, I've been involved with that restaurant for fourteen years, I've been an owner, and you know, with with three different groups, and I've gotta say that this group really organized and things are going really, well, but you know, no, we've given out, you know, nuts at the bar or different flavored olives. All right, okay. Now. Yeah. Yeah. And there's a nicest sort Meg of different drinks are bartender. And our our manager does a great drink in terms of coming up with something different at different times. There's always this special drink on the menu. And but no, it's just I think consistency. You know, what we try to creators? I know what I out how I wanna be served experienced that. I want to have when I go out to dinner and terms of consistency in food service, and and just the atmosphere, and we want you to leave kind of feeling all that. And if we do that, then we know you're gonna come back. So. Promo code for twenty percent off their first Neil. Sounds good. Go for it. You might have a line out the door Raewyn jump in. It's very long playing career. You broke into lead with the Bruins. It was during the ass in the fabled lunch peel a AC version of Bruins. They got a couple of stealing cups could never get over the hump. Now, you are French-Canadian kid English was his second language, you walk into this locker room with all these legendary guys Terry O'Reilly, retell wing, Cashman, how intimidate and was a few to walk in and have all these grizzled veterans in and you with like really no plan experience yet. Well. I mean, you know, you know, where going you're going. I mean that was you know, it was much fan in the year before I got there nineteen seventy nine the Bruins look like they're going to beat much in the seventh game, and I'll son there's too many men on the ice. I remember that night 'cause I was playing junior hockey and on that was about five six minutes from the form. And the memorial Cup was going on at at that time where Brandon we kings were playing Peterborough pizza finals. And that's where had played junior wasn't like it is now where the host team would be automatically in the the finals the memorial Cup. So we we had not one or league. So I was just a fan going to the game. And after that game I hadn't I was taking the bus home. Then I you know, I didn't have my license tillers eighteen almost just before. I got the Boston. So taking a bus home. I had to connect rate on water. That's right on. Brenner part of the form. I remember that night gone by the form and the Canadians had come back evil on bear had scored in overtime. And I'm just like I remember bone by putting my fist, and yes frigging beat the Bruins again. And then, you know, August fourth is the was the draft that year because of the Birger of the WHM the NHL, and I find myself going to the Boston they could've been a better place. I knew where I was going in terms of the history, and what they had is attained and I walked into a room that just accepted me and made me feel very very comfortable right off the bat. I had met Wayne Cashman before camp brand criminal and I were both first round picks and nineteen seventy nine and it was like August fourth like, I mentioned the draft..
"wayne cashman" Discussed on Only A Game
"Game if you wanna play tough rough game he could play a tough rough game but he was always the star of the show chris hayes didn't follow cheer into the rough tough world of politics his career path would lead them into the company of even bigger celebrities at least in canada when hayes joined the ottawa generals in nineteen sixty four his roommate was a top prospect who soon begin an eighteen year nhl career as a grinding cornermen and a fearsome fighter so what was it like rooming with wayne cashman did the slightest argument provoke a major brawl win was kind of rough around the edges and flexes muscles a lot also on the generals roster was in young guy named or hayes remembers the future hall of famer this way while he was very quiet very very quiet hayes posted good numbers at all shula he became one of the few junior players of his era to earn a college degree nhl scouts were interested hector ta says hayes brains hockey skills and braun endeared him to one team in particular why do you think the boston bruins like hayes joined the bruins for training camp in the fall of nineteen seventy one but was sent down to the minors before the nhl season began hayes h l team was knocked out of the play offs the following spring he was pondering his summer plans when he got a call from bruins head coach tom johnson whose team was battling the saint louis blues in the eastern conference finals tom says you're gonna dress tonight and i was ecstatic.
"wayne cashman" Discussed on Only A Game
"The camera operator and i turn to him and say so where you from and he says well you won't know it it's perry sound on tario and i go bobby oars homeplace and he said how did you know that i grew up loving the bruins and he said i don't believe you so i start listing phyllis zito wayne cashman djilas you'll bear johnny beauce kenny hodge and he's like okay okay oh after that nelson's the camera operator became her secret weapon onset whenever she in the director of disagreed he'd helped bind a compromise but soon milk came up against forces that no amount of bruins knowledge could overcome in two thousand three nell was looking for work when she and her agent talked about potential shows her agent with teller they've already got two women on staff so they won't be looking to hire another at one point nell inquired about writing for the show twenty four in executive told her they wouldn't hire any women nelson says the executive told her the show had had a female writer before and it didn't work out that was quote the explanation unquote nell started asking herself bigger questions what do i stand for do i continue to work in this industry that has huge issues with people of color with women or do i speak out and i chose to speak out in two thousand nine nell roy a story for vanity fair it started like this at this moment there are more female serving on the united states supreme court than there are writing for late show with david letterman the jay leno show and the tonight show with conan o'brien combined out of the fifty or so comedy writers on these programs exactly zero are women it would be funny if it weren't true within six months all three late night shows had hired a female writer nell jokes that she helped bring back tokenism it's like sports gave you the credits to sneak past sort of the guards.