On this episode we focus on the EA Rankings that got revealed this past week (1:30), the tweets from Robin Lehner and the problems it could cause around the league (25:00), the Facebook situation (36:00), and the Hughe's and Pettersson contracts (54:00). For daily content, follow @talkinghockey and @talkinghockeypodcast on Instagram! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On an emergency edition of the VANcast, Farhan and Drancer discuss the Canucks multi year extensions which were finally signed by the franchises cornerstone players, Elias Pettersson and Quinn Hughes. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Im BAAAAACK! In the HOMELAND! I didn’t realize how much I missed these vintage episodes until today, but I am so excited to officially be back! Justine Elizabeth (The Shore Store Podcast, Coast to Coast Cocktails Podcast, Friends of the Countess podcast) joins me to take this giant leap back into the good ol’ days … Continue reading Teen Mom 2 Season5: Episode 7 “These are the Days” (with fellow Canuck Justine Elizabeth!!!) →
Paul de Gelder served as an elite navy clearance diver until he lost an arm and a leg in a brutal shark attack. You can read all about that story and more in his book new book, Uncaged, which is available here: www.pauldegelder.comKelsie Sheren is a Canadian Forces Veteran and a young female entrepreneur on a mission to change the world by healing the people who help to defend all of our freedom. It is her goal to help other struggling Veterans and first responders through charitable donations made via her fast-growing jewelry and accessory business, and her memoir, Brass & Unity.https://www.instagram.com/kelsie_sheren/Gez is online @grjbooks and @veteranstateofmindAudiobooks available at: https://www.audible.co.uk/search?searchAuthor=Geraint+JonesIf you are a veteran struggling with mental health, or you just want a bit of help adjusting to civvie life, then say hello to the Royal British Legion at @royalbritishlegion or http://www.rbl.orgThank you to our sponsors! The show doesn't happen without them!Combat Fuel - www.combat-fuel.co.ukCombat Combover - www.combatcombover.comwww.theescapegames.co.uk Kamoflage Ltd - www.kamoflage.co.ukRite Flank - www.riteflank.co.ukZulu Alpha Strap Company - @zulualphastrapsSupport the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate/?token=Ea-uUc26ENbNBYWd6-2779MBUZrl6WymCW_b0GdibwrG6-xBlWcpjLS6osk9OqZFbR9wOm&country.x=GB&locale.x=GB)
This week Adam and Grant are joined by Rob Tee from the Takami Woodshop to talk about underutilized capital investment. Support the show on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/CLAMP What's in our clamps this week:Rob: PlanterAdam: Spoil board videoClosing in on 500 subsGrant: Bookshelf videoOur Clampmendations for this week:Rob - Big TimberAdam - GTA 5 RPGrant - Cymbal Sink by Brett McAfeeThank you to our top patrons:Tripp SouthernJarrad JenkinsScott Oram from Dad It Yourself DIYBrent Jarvis from Clean Cut WoodworkingBig thanks to TFTurning for the awesome theme music!Where you can find usRob - @travetters on Instagram and Rob Tee - Takami Woodshop on YouTubeAdam - @makermackey on Youtube and Instagram and at makermackey.comGrant - @thegrantalexander on Youtube and Instagram and at thegrantalexander.comCollectively - @clampcast on Instagram , @theclampcast on Twitter, on YouTube and at clampcast.com!THANK YOU FOR LISTENING, AND KEEP CLAMPING!!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/CLAMP)Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/CLAMP)
This week in anguish: - The offseason, long a bastion of competition-less safety and glowing training reports, has taken a more dire turn. We remain concerned that Petey might sign an offer sheet, and we regret the inexorable march of ads across the front of NHL jerseys. - It's almost harvest time, the blueberries are heavy on the vine (or whatever), and Ardella's mind has turned entirely pastoral. - We recall the long and winding road to bring the Canucks' AHL affiliate to the Lower Mainland, refresh ourselves on Ryan Johnson's Canuck career, before finally culling the herd...or hearing from Cull, rather. - Part of the beauty of hockey is that it can unite people from all walks of life and all corners of the globe. But forget that - let's geek out on all the future Abbotsford Canucks who were born within 50 km of us. - As it turns out, the Canucks not having an ECHL affiliate is like the Tower of London not having ravens...and we just lost our Wings! - Tristan has some compliments for the Portland Winterhawks design team, and some probing questions for the top men at CCM toiling away on the Abbotsford Canucks' jerseys. They were so busy asking whether they could that they never heard Tristan asking why on Earth they would. Thanks for listening! This episode supports the Hockey4Youth foundation and HerosHockey.
In this episode, Will is joined by Nate to take a look back at the first two characters in MCP to feature the Healing Factor Innate Superpower. Has Wolverine aged like fine scotch since release? Does he have a preferred home affiliation? While he may be The Best at What he does, what are his biggest strength's and weaknesses on the tabletop? Is his nemesis, Sabretooth, better, worse or the same as the Canuck-le head? What makes Sabretooth standout on the tabletop and has X-Force breathed new life into him? All this and more inside! Enjoy! We have a Patreon Connect with us on Facebook @housepartyprotocol Discord - HPP_Greg or HPP_Will Email us - firstname.lastname@example.org The Gamer's Guild Blacksitestudio.com - HOUSEPARTY15 War Colours BATerrain - Joshua Russell
Episode 33 of the Quilter on Fire podcast! Joanne Kerton - the Canuck Quilter has been quilting for over 20 years and has published over 20 patterns along the way. She loves to play with shapes, colours and layouts and figuring out the math that goes along with it. She has had her patterns featured in quilting magazines and catalogs and now teaches and speaks about quilting as well. On her website she writes, “I have finally figured out what I want to be when I grow up: a quilter!” Joanne is a quiltmaker, pattern designer and proud Canadian who has created a really great business and website with loads of educational content and patterns to choose from. Joanne's the kind of teacher that will fill your toolbox with all kinds of great new quilting skills. LINK TO PODCAST TRAILER: https://youtu.be/P98byUaNP2ILINK TO CONTENT GIVEAWAY: https://kingsumo.com/g/icj1y9/qof-episode-33-giveawayLINK to Joanne's website: https://www.canuckquilterdesigns.com/
On Episode 7 of China Rising, we'll take a trip to Hong Kong, where pro-democracy protesters are fighting back against a government crackdown. Since Beijing introduced a new national security law for Hong Kong in July 2020, more than 100 pro-democracy activists, lawmakers and journalists have been arrested. Hong Kong is home to 300,000 Canadians -- the largest Canuck community in any city outside of Canada. We'll meet the Canadian expats on the frontlines of the fight for Hong Kong. Contact: Twitter: @JeffSempleGN Email: email@example.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Special show about Rome Braves game & forget everything you think you know about the 1919 Black Sox Scandal, Braves kings of mediocrity, re-signing Freeman & Morton, Ynoa's disastrous return, Mets gotta Met, Tatis Jr surgery? CBS Sports ranks all 130 FCS football teams, Clemson player nearly kills mailman, CFP on hold? Chubb gets paid, Olympics brain injuries, foul-mouthed Canuck swimmers, not-so-oppressed American shot-putters, Belarus bullies an athlete, Simone Biles to play both in Tokyo now & here in Atlanta in October, The Onion on how you get made an Olympic sport, ATLUTD has 1 champ, petedavis.buzzsprout.com, Pete's Tweets, This Day in Sports History. Come for cool stories about mascots of Minor League baseball, stay for if Shoeless Joe Jackson was really an innocent victim of the 1919 World Series fix
Dan, Sat, and Randip are joined by former Canuck goalie Eddie Lack to discuss the recent Canucks moves, including the acquisition of OEL. They also talk about Conor Garland's new contract. The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliates.
Dan, Sat, and Randip discuss what the Vancouver Canucks should prioritize this offseason. They are also joined by former Canuck, now a member of the Arizona Coyotes, Antoine Roussel. The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliates.
Sat and Randip are joined by the Canucks director of scouting Todd Harvey to talk about the Canuck picks in this years NHL entry draft and USA Today's Mark Schofield joins to talk about the latest in the upcoming NFL season. The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do […]
Bonjour, weirdos! Welcome to another edition of HOMETOWN HAUNTS. This time we're heading North. WAY North. Ok, not THAT North. We're traveling to the land of Wayne Gretzky and poutine. America's Hat. Canuck central. That's right, we're headed to CANADA-eh! Not only that, we also have a very special guest for today's episode. You may have seen him on America's Got Talent or maybe you caught one of his appearances on CONAN-- joining us to talk about his home country is stand up comedian DJ DEMERS! DJ shares with us the things he had to change about himself when he moved from Canada to the US, some of the weirdest adjustments he had to make in regards to slang, and shares some very funny insights on how many ghosts he may have ignored while sleeping without his hearing aids. Lauren teaches us about the most HAUNTED places in Canada including the Banff Springs Hotel, the Ottowa Jail Hostel and the Screaming Tunnel. Ashley finishes us off by telling the story of one of the most substantiated close encounters in history-- known as the Falcon Lake Incident. Make sure you check out DJ on instagram (@djdemers) and YouTube (www.youtube.com/djdemers) and listen to his podcasts Definitely DJ & DJ and Alex and DJ Watch a Doc on iTunes and Spotify!
Dan, Sat, and Randip are joined by former Canuck and current Kraken Kole Lind to discuss his time in Vancouver and what he's looking forward to in Seattle. They also get your takes on the show in Not Sayin', Just Sayin'! The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do […]
Henceforth, the Quebec Deathfest is going to be a part of our lives. We had such an amazing time last time out, we couldn't wait to go back. But then the you-know-what hit and the Music Godz reigned hellfire down on our parade. Now the world is opening up again and it's official - QDF 3 is happening! Sept 30 - Oct 1st of '22! We're so stoked we decided to take time out to discuss. This particular Fest is a thing with "Ducky" Dustin Maruca, good friend and co host of our brother show "Wrestling Night In Canada". So we enlisted his help going over the line up and sharing which artists we're looking forward to seeing. In our "News, Views, and Tunes", we crank QDFers Infernal Majesty and Saccage + new tunage from Hammers Of Misfortune, Nothing Sacred, Eye Of Purgatory and feature Canuck thrashers Rippr'd in our "Indie Spotlight". Horn Up and Stay Healthy! This Episode is sponsored by Trve Kvlt Coffee. Summon the coffee demons to possess yourself a cup today! Follow us on Twitter and Instagram.
Georgia, Mallory, and Sam talk about TBL's back-to-back Stanley Cups and briefly discuss the misery that will be the Canuck's offseason before diving into ESPN and Rachel Nichols, followed by Sha'carri Richardson and the Olympics. Let us know what you want to hear about in the hockey offseason! We'll be around.
https://www.patreon.com/landlordtenant Hi. This week, James and Michael talk about the sparkling water wars and discuss a scene cut from the original Ghostbusters script. Then, they take a tongue in cheek look at what it means to be a Canuck. Our guest is comedian Everardo Ramirez, who stops by to talk about the lost art of morning radio pranks, the CN Tower's 45th birthday, traveling to Italy and Mexico, and the Scooby-Doo themed restaurant. Be sure to check out Everardo's new show, Public Access Podcast! ***ANNOUNCEMENT*** On June 30, James, Michael and Chris are launching their brand new podcast EVIL MEN. You can follow Evil Men on Twitter, subscribe on the podcatcher of your choice, and listen to a teaser episode NOW by clicking HERE. Please rate and review The Landlord And Tenant Podmess on Apple Podcasts and tell your friends if you think this podcast is good. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter: @ltpodmess Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ltpodmess/ Support The Landlord and Tenant Podmess Brought to you By: The Sonar Network
On this episode of the VANcast, JPat and Drancer reflect on the 10-year anniversary of Game 7 of the 2011 Stanley Cup Final. The guys share some of their memories about the series and the way it ended. They also look at which of the Canucks pending UFA's -- Edler, Hamonic & Sutter -- has the most value. The guys also discuss Canuck prospect Lukas Jasek's decision to sign in Finland over the weekend rather than return to the AHL next season. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Boomer is out today, but @LarsonMatt2 came on the show to talk all the latest from this week in the Green Bay Packers Sphere! And Matt gets to let out some of his frustrations. He's a God Damned Acme Army Legend. Need I say more? Join us! iTunes listeners, please give us a 5 Star Rating & Review!!! Follow Us all on the Twits @Acme_Army , Big Nose Eric @Bugtyer & Boomer Eric @Belted20 Love You All! Get Some!!! Green Bay Packers Podcast!!! Eric & Eric - Northern Wisconsin Boys, bleed Green and Yellow, both will say something we regret! SUPPORT OUR SPONSOR: www.tuliptreegardensco.com Check us out on all socials you dig below! https://linktr.ee/AcmeArmy https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCflsTCMM7xu-txkN-PTSQGQ https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/acme-army-podcast/id1532625760 https://open.spotify.com/show/42fewGyqrFJcSLxzk5VaHL?si=SJBAGsBaQY2sjdXLN7nriA https://PeterPrinceMusic.com THANK YOU PETER, for the Greatest Music around!!! Check out Peter, Today! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/acmearmy/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/acmearmy/support
Big news in Canuck land and we unpack all of it on this episode. The Welcome Matt takes a glance at the coaching moves made by the Canucks, giving the team credit for being proactive. Former Canuck defenceman Troy Stecher follows and explains how things came together with Team Canada, the experience of playing for Gerard Gallant, how things are working out with the Red Wings, and whether he's stressed about going into next season with just one year left on his current contract. Craig Button follows Hashtags - the best and worst of Twitter and gives his insight on the Canucks adding Brad Shaw to the coaching staff, extending goaltending coach Ian Clark, and what he knows about new assistant Kyle Gustafson. The Price is Right wonders if Brad Shaw could be the key to unlocking Quinn Hughes' elite potential. Jeff Paterson follows Tell Me I'm Wrong and begins by stating how big getting Ian Clark re-signed is to the team, and how Brad Shaw's different approach to the team is something that intrigued Travis Green. Blake shoots for another sizzler on Hot Take Wednesday. The show wraps up with all the Errors & Omissions. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The day after the Montreal Canadiens advance to the conference final and of course it was Tyler Toffoli who sent the Habs to the final four. The Welcome Matt asks Canucks fans what they're fixating on during these Stanley Cup playoffs, after former Canuck forward Tyler Toffoli scored the overtime winner to send the Habs to the conference finals. Tony Marinaro from TSN 690 in Montreal follows and explains how the Habs have come together over a season that was full of ups and downs, what Toffoli has meant to the Habs, and how important Phil Danault has been as a shutdown centre. Our Tuesday Canucks insider Harman Dayal follows Hashtags - the best and worst of Twitter, and tells us how far away the Canucks are from being a legit playoff contender. Jeff Paterson follows Tell Me I'm Wrong and says that he is not surprised by the play of Toffoli, and wonders if the Avs can handle the adversity that's in front of them in game 5 versus Vegas. It's Sekeres' chance to sizzle on Hot Take Tuesday. We conclude the show with all the Errors & Omissions. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Links to album and social media located below!This episode is our chat with Natalie London and Taylor Plecity of the indie rock duo, Hey, King! Along with being anime fans, they're also musicians and Natalie is a fellow Canuck so we knew that they'd fit in perfectly!We discuss the band's newest album which was released on April 2nd, including the creation process and their inspiration towards the composition of many of its tracks. Many of the songs on the album deal with issues such as love, resilience, female empowerment, and moving through difficult times and the two share their experiences regarding those themes.On the anime side of things, Taylor shares her love for the artform, her experiences with cosplay, and gives some tips for those who are looking to jump into the hobby. We also discuss topics such as having a partner that's an anime fan, FMA, Super Smash, guilty pleasures, and more. Check the timestamps!(4:16) - Interview Start(5:44) - Album Creation(16:17) - Moving on when your Life has been Put on Hold (28:12) - Introduction to Anime/Cosplay (40:22) - Choosing What to Cosplay/Tips for Aspiring Cosplayers (49:48) - Otafest and Touring to Calgary (54:12) - Having a Partner that's an Anime Fan (57:38) - Fullmetal Alchemist(64:54) - Super Smash Melee + Final Fantasy (72:47) - Interests in Other Nerd/Geek Cirlces (80:39) - Guilty Pleasures + Rapid Fire (92:28) - Anime Easter Eggs in Music Videos (94:45) - Future Projects + Interview End (97:46) - Conclusion Links:WebsiteMusicYoutubeBand InstagramTaylor's InstagramTwitterFacebookNatalie's Book
Matthew Zator of The Hockey Writers joins Victor and Jesse to talk all things Vancouver Canucks. Their season ended up a disappointment after 2020's deep playoff run while their best player Elias Pettersson missed the majority of his season with injury. Still, with JT Miller, Brock Boeser, Bo Horvat, Quinn Hughes and Thatcher Demko there was an awful lot of fantasy goodness on this team. Be sure not to miss the dig. Matt heads up THW's prospect coverage and discusses the top Canuck prospects. We wrap with a little 2021 NHL entry draft talk. Tune in! Rate and review us on Apple Podcasts. Follow on twitter @victornuno12 @fanhockeylife email at email@example.com and ask to join our free discord.
The start of another week with so much to unpack from a jam packed weekend of sports. The Welcome Matt dives back into Matt’s report last Friday that former Canuck Geoff Courtnall had been approached by the Aquilini’s about a position in the teams front office. Matt references the rape accusation that Courtnall faced during his playing days while with the Washington Capitals, while also questioning why Courtnall would be considered for a position with zero experience working in an NHL front office. Ben Kuzma from the Province follows the Welcome Matt, and gives the latest he’s heard about the Courtnall news and breaks down just what Courtnall envisions his role being within the Canucks organization. John Shannon joins after Hashtags (the best and worst of Twitter), and gives his insight on the Courtnall rumour as well drops a nugget about whether or not Jim Rutherford would be interested in the Canucks general manager position. The Price is Right puts a spotlight on the points the Canucks are getting over these meaningless games and how it could hurt the team in getting one of the top defencemen available in the top-5 of the NHL draft. Jeff Paterson joins for his first hit of the week and speculates that Alex Edler is playing his final days with the Canucks. J Pat also gives his thoughts on Courtnall possibly joining the Canucks front office, stating that he would be okay with giving the former Canuck an advisors position. We play Memo To on a Monday and wrap up the show with all the Errors and Omissions. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Guests include former Canuck forward Jannik Hansen. Also, the boys do Not Sayin Just Sayin. The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliates
Massive weekend is the world of sports, so much too unpack on today’s show. The Welcome Matt focuses in on the mixed messaging we’ve heard between the CFL and the province of British Columbia. WHL exceptional player, 15-year old Connor Bedard from the Regina Pats follows and shares his experience playing for Canada at the U18’s, winning a gold medal as an underage player. Connor also expands on his first season in the dub, and how challenging the season has been. Our Monday NHL insider John Shannon follows Bedard and gives his thoughts on Jack Eichel’s comments today, after the Sabres superstar expressed his frustration about the season in Buffalo. Shannon also states that Travis Green wants to remain in Vancouver and wonders what exactly is holding things up. The Price is Right suggests that despite a good start to the season, the Whitecaps need to open the wallet and get that number 10 player they so desperately need. Jeff Paterson joins for his first hit of the week and gives a rundown of all the Canuck players that have made their NHL debuts this year. J Pat also weighs in on the poll question, where we asked if the Canucks should pursue an Elias Pettersson for Jack Eichel trade. We play Memo To on a Monday and conclude the show with all the Errors and Omissions. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
It’s a fully loaded, double-stuffed edition of Roxy Fever. First we do a live react and catch up with an early supporter of the show, before discussing the Canucks’ noble post-covid efforts against the Leafs and Sens. Then Patrick Johnston joins us to take us through his misadventures navigating the Canucks’ practice closures as the chair of Vancouver’s PHWA chapter, before rounding it all out with a special birthday message from Jackson’s favourite Canuck.
Join Brady when he is joined by his one time General Manager and Vancouver Canuck legend Darcy Rota, Live Wednesday April 21, 2021 on facebook, youtube or twitter. Back in 2006 Brady walked away from the Swift Current Broncos due to mental health issues. Upon his return home, the Burnaby Express (Coquitlam now) came knocking with Darcy Rota at the helm. In the first 3 games Brady had 9 points playing on a line with long time NHLer Kyle Turris but that is where the fun ended. Brady quickly slipped back into addiction and didn't finish the season with the Express who went on to win the National Championship. Darcy was one of few people who always had Brady's back, watch live to find out the whole story. Darcy Irwin Rota (born February 16, 1953) is a Canadian former professional ice hockey player who spent eleven seasons in the National Hockey League. Born in Vancouver, British Columbia, Darcy's formative years including Bantam / Midget level hockey were in Prince George, British Columbia. Rota played his junior hockey with the Edmonton Oil Kings of the WCHL, helping the club reach the Memorial Cup in 1971 and 1972. A dangerous sniper, he led the WCHL in goals in 1972–73, notching 73 in just 68 games en route to a 129-point season. Following the season, he was selected 13th overall by the Chicago Black Hawks in the 1973 NHL Amateur Draft. Rota stepped straight into the Black Hawks' roster in 1973–74, and turned in a solid rookie season with 21 goals and 33 points in 74 games. Over the next several seasons, Rota developed into a solid, gritty, two-way player who made a solid contribution at both ends of the ice, although he didn't develop into the type of scorer it was thought he could be when he was drafted. He scored at least 20 goals in each of his first four seasons in Chicago, with his best year as a Black Hawk coming in 1976–77 when he co-lead the team with 24 goals. Late in the 1978–79 season, Rota was dealt along with Ivan Boldirev to the Atlanta Flames in a blockbuster trade which saw Tom Lysiak moving to Chicago. He started off well in Atlanta with 9 goals in 13 games to close the season, but struggled in 1979–80 with just 18 points through 44 games. Midway through the season, he and Boldirev were dealt again, this time to the Vancouver Canucks, giving a delighted Rota a chance to play for his hometown team. Rota's first full season as a Canuck in 1980–81 would be the best in his career to that point, as he notched career highs with 25 goals and 56 points. He would miss a substantial chunk of the 1981–82 campaign with a knee injury, but was a key component of the squad which reached the 1982 Stanley Cup finals, notching 6 goals in 17 playoff games. For the 1982–83 season, Rota spent much of the year on a dynamic line with Thomas Gradin and Stan Smyl, and turned in the finest year of his career. He led the team in goals with 42 and finished with 81 points, both of which set club records (since broken by Markus Näslund) for a left winger. Rota continued to excel in 1983–84, and was selected to play in his first NHL All-Star Game. He appeared to be on target for another season of close to 40 goals when he suffered a serious neck injury on a check from Jay Wells of the Los Angeles Kings. He managed to return for the playoffs, but was eventually forced to undergo spinal fusion surgery in the summer of 1984. He attempted to rejoin the Canucks in November of that year, but was warned that he risked further injury if he continued to play. After a few practices, he opted to retire. Rota finished his career with 256 goals and 239 assists for 495 points in 794 NHL games, along with 973 penalty minutes. Rota Fans called themselves the "Rota Rooters"! Management career Rota was hired to work in public relations for the Canucks, and served in various positions in the team's front office, including a spell as Director of Player Development, until they parted ways in 1990. He then spent a stretch working for the NHL as an assistant to league president John Ziegler. From 1994 to 1996 he served as a commentator on Canucks TV telecasts alongside Jim Robson. In 1998, Rota became head coach of the expansion Burnaby Bulldogs of the BCHL. Rota resides in the city of Coquitlam, and in 2000 he became part-owner, president, and general manager of the expansion Coquitlam Express of the BCHL. He built the team which won the 2006 Royal Bank Cup. Rota left the organization after the 2014 season
In this episode, I dive into the world of food subscription. What and how can you start, grow and scale a subscription product that is food based. Often coined as the most difficult niche or subscription to get into, we debunk some myths, and talk about everything you need to know with renowned speaker, fellow Canuck, and co-founder at Everipe, Kerry Roberts!After a long career in CPG, or consumer packaged goods, Kerry Roberts became an accidental Co-founder at Everipe. When a mutual friend introduced her to Greg McMullen, her Co-founder who was looking for consumer advice on a smoothie concept he created in his kitchen, Kerry recognized a winning innovation and jumped in with both feet. Kerry had worked at food based companies, and also worked in marketing, so her keen eye gave her the instant insight she needed to help the launch of Everipe.I first heard Kerry speak at SubSummit 2020, and I instantly knew I wanted to have her on the show. Her knowledge is second to none, and her enthusiasm not only for the industry, but to help others is always front and center!GuestGuest Links:Everipe Website: https://everipe.comContact: https://everipe.com/pages/contactTop 10 Facebook Group Contributors for this episode:• Melanie Nunez & Lil Travel Tribe FREE E-Guide of 125 FREE tours in MORE than 40 countries Link: https://traveltheworldforfree.kickoffpages.com/ • Saidah Farrell, The Marshmallow Of The Month Club: http://edibleopus.comEric's Recommended Affiliate Courses:Megan MacNeill'sIndustry Leading LinkedIn Course: https://relevant-personal-branding.thinkific.com/?ref=fbfbc7 Julie Ball's Subscription Box Bootcamp 2.0 Course Link:https://ericmusick.krtra.com/t/h67apnWbBQ9cThe Subscription Box Experts Academy Course By Liam Brennan Link: https://ericmusick.krtra.com/t/jIw4to2rXSoQ Host Links:The Subscription Box Show Website: https://www.thesubscriptionboxshow.comThe Subscription Box Show Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/thesubscriptionboxshow.comEric Musick's email: firstname.lastname@example.orgEric Musick's Instagram: @thesubscriptionboxshow or https://www.instagram.com/thesubscriptionboxshowThe Subscription Box Show Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2960087864057955/To request being on TSBS, please book a call with Eric at: https://www.calendly.com/thesubboxshow
If you’re a Vancouver Canucks fan, hunting enthusiast, or a passionate fisherperson you’ll enjoy this episode. I’m joined by Brendan Morrison, 15-year veteran and star of the National Hockey League. Brendan is a local legend from his years centring the West Coast Express line flanked by Todd Bertuzzi and Markus Näslund that generated some of the most exciting moments in Canuck history. Brendan Morrison has always been a passionate fisherman which has led him to produce and host the Reel West Coast fishing show in his retirement. Fishing led Brendan to discover hunting after his hockey career. I invited Brendan on the podcast to talk about the journey to become an adult-onset hunter. We get into a few great hunting stories and valuable lessons learned. We chat about the barriers and opportunities for how to get into fishing and hunting. Brendan shares his passion for scoring goals, catching fish and hunting critters on this episode. This one was lots of fun. instagram/reelwestcoast
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A crow tampers with a crime scene - TWICE; Nikola Tesla’s obsession with pigeons, and are you liable if your murder of crows commits murder? Support the show Melissa can be found at MelissaMcCueMcGrath.com and her book, "Considerations for the City Dog" is available for purchase! Intro Music is “Tiptoe out the back” by Dan Lebowicz and Interstitial music is by MK2 Visit BewilderbeastsPod.com for all episodes and bonus content. Don't forget to rate, review and share with your friends! Resources Canuck the Crow: The Dodo on CanuckVancouver is AwesomeCBC NewsAudobon.org National GeographicNikola Tesla's Pigeon Obsession https://www.historytoday.com/archive/first-execution-electric-chairBadass Of The WeekOatmeal ComicPBSBritannicaHuffpostBusiness InsiderSmithsonianTesla UniverseLiveScienceYouTubeSmithsonian MagSawbones Podcast From MaxFunForbesNo Such Thing as a Fish PodcastMurder of CrowsReddit ThreadPBSNatGeoSupport the show (https://paypal.me/muttstuff)
Are you ready to get real Canadian, eh? On this eppy we dive deep with fellow Canuck and host of “FOX Bet Live” on FS1, Rachel Bonnetta over a couple of Moosehead Lagers, which you guessed it, are Canadian. The beer flows like wine and Rachel explains why the heck she is a Cleveland Browns fan and what it feels like to hear Kyle Lowry’s name thrown around as trade bait. Plus Rachel & Julie ponder why Americans think Canadian’s are goobers. Don't miss this one. Watch “Drinks With Binks,” hosted by Julie Stewart-Binks, every Wednesday at 8 & 8:30pm ET and PT on fubosportsnetwork.com, or with LG Channels powered by Xumo, Samsung TV Plus, Plex, The Roku Channel, Xumo, and in fuboTV base packages.
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In 2020, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau faced one of his biggest scandals yet when a charitable organization to which his family had longstanding (and lucrative) ties was given a plum contract to build a high-profile volunteer program for Canadian youth. The ensuing conflict of interest scandal brought down WE Charity (formerly Free the Children), the brainchild of Canuck philanthropy wunderkinds Craig & Mark Kielburger. We watched THE PRICE WE PAID (2021), fine new investigative documentary by the CBC's The Fifth Estate series, which broke down the WE Scandal and the shady practices of the disgraced charity. We discuss how WE Charity is a perfect symbol for the deep rot in the soul of corporate philanthropy. PLUS: the Alberta government's war with Netflix; Celebrity Apprentice memories; and an introduction to the world's best/worst Oscar blogger.Watch "The Price WE Paid" - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FC_wos7MwHo&ab_channel=TheFifthEstate"Jason Kenney’s Energy War Room Launches Campaign to Stop Netflix Children’s Cartoon About ‘Bigfoot’" by PressProgress - https://pressprogress.ca/jason-kenneys-energy-war-room-launches-campaign-to-stop-netflix-childrens-cartoon-about-bigfoot/Jeffrey Wells's "Hollywood Elsewhere" blog - https://hollywood-elsewhere.com/
It's put up or shut up time against Montreal. Win both in regulation and you have a shot. Win just one or none, and meaningful games in March goes down the tubes. Why is Nils Hoglander not getting any OT time? What will Jimmy Vesey's role be with the Canucks? Plus we end the show with some Tanner Pearson talk, and why it was imperative in hindsight to be proactive. -- Follow @nickbondi and @powerofthetowel on Twitter. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Bik Nizzar and Craig MacEwan discuss the Canucks keeping their playoff hopes alive with their 7th win out of 9 games in March and are joined by the newest Canuck, Jimmy Vesey (00:13). The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or […]
In 2020, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau faced one of his biggest scandals yet when a charitable organization to which his family had longstanding (and lucrative) ties was given a plum contract to build a high-profile volunteer program for Canadian youth. The ensuing conflict of interest scandal brought down WE Charity (formerly Free the Children), the brainchild of Canuck philanthropy wunderkinds Craig & Mark Kielburger. We watched THE PRICE WE PAID (2021), fine new investigative documentary by the CBC's The Fifth Estate series, which broke down the WE Scandal and the shady practices of the disgraced charity. We discuss how WE Charity is a perfect symbol for the deep rot in the soul of corporate philanthropy. PLUS: the Alberta government's war with Netflix; Celebrity Apprentice memories; and an introduction to the world's best/worst Oscar blogger. Watch "The Price WE Paid" - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FC_wos7MwHo&ab_channel=TheFifthEstate "Jason Kenney’s Energy War Room Launches Campaign to Stop Netflix Children’s Cartoon About ‘Bigfoot’" by PressProgress - https://pressprogress.ca/jason-kenneys-energy-war-room-launches-campaign-to-stop-netflix-childrens-cartoon-about-bigfoot/ Jeffrey Wells's "Hollywood Elsewhere" blog - https://hollywood-elsewhere.com/
It’s February 25th. This day in 1972, Democratic frontrunner Edmund Muskie of Maine was embroiled in a “scandal” that would ultimately sink his candidacy. Jody, Niki, and Kellie discuss the various twists and turns of the scandal, from a fake letter to possibly fake tears. Find a transcript of this episode at: https://tinyurl.com/esoterichistory This Day In Esoteric Political History is a proud member of Radiotopia from PRX. If you want to support the show directly, you can do so on our website: ThisDayPod.com Get in touch if you have any ideas for future topics, or just want to say hello. Our website is thisdaypod.com Follow us on social @thisdaypod
This week, Eva, Kelly, and Rave grab their metaphorical craft supplies to make a valentine to weird blind dates, weird commentary on the all-Canada division, and weirdly specific warm-up jerseys. They do NOT make a valentine for the NHL. (This episode was recorded on February 14, 2021.)Timecodes:01:50 Mystery Date23:15 #ALLCAPS38:55 Elsewhere in the NHL49:20 Listener Qs: Line names; warmup jerseys vs. game jerseysSupport us on Patreon | Check out our merch
Francesco Aquilini sounds off on Twitter and lets Vancouver know that sweeping changes aren't coming ... yet. Ryan, Geeta and Arash get together this week to discuss the Vancouver Canucks' finally snapping their six game losing streak. But it was Aquilini's rambling Twitter thread that overshadowed the whole thing. They also discuss Brian Burke and Ron Hextall heading to Pittsburgh and the incredibly difficult decisions facing them. They get a Patrik Laine in Columbus update, marvel at the Blues and Coyotes seven game series and answer some great listener questions, including 'Who is the hottest Canuck?' Support the show on Patreon! Pledge a coupla bucks ($5+) and get instant access to all our bonus content including our 'Making A Milbury' bonus episode and our weekly '5 Minutes For Paying'. On this week's bonus segment: the gang talks Valentine's Day, Ryan's spotty internet and Geeta's codependent puppy. Visit www.patreon.com/pucksonnet Follow us on Spotify Follow us on Twitter Follow us on InstagramLike us on Facebook Sign up for our email newsletter
It's an Alien feeling, listening to our politicians address the 'humans' that they represent assuring us that there's no longer a cheeto in the whitehouse. Check out our streams on Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday at 7pm Central on Twitch! Patreon Our Signal Sticker pack vol. 1 All our other links Follow the hosts on Twitter: Zack Bo Denis Charlie Artemis --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/psychicdolphingarage/message
186: Steve Porino: NBC Sports Broadcaster and Alpine Ski Racer discusses what it was like for him to go from being among the best ski racers in the midwest, to then becoming a television broadcaster and attending the Olympics on multiple occasions. Steve Porino How did Steve Porino get introduced to skiing? “My dad is European. His father was Italian. His mother was Swiss. He grew up between Italy and Switzerland. It was during the war. So the name comes from the Aosta region of Italy and his parents were divorced. It was back and forth, again like I said during the war. Skiing was a big part of his life that his father had introduced him to. He first came to Canada where he met my mother. I happen to be the only American in my family. My sisters are Canadian. My dad’s Italian. But skiing was part of his heritage. But he was working as a banker in cities. He was working in New York City. He was taking the family up all the time to go learn how to ski in Vermont, and that is what the family did.” On this episode of Finding Your Summit Podcast, we talk with Steve Porino, NBC Sports Broadcaster and Alpine Ski Racer about developing as a skier while not growing up in an area known for skiing. “If you look at all of the great, not all, but many of the great ski racers in the world, it all started in places like that in many ways. It's these sorts of fundamentals, and you are not distracted. Maybe you have a different opinion. But if you grew up in Sun Valley, you are kind of spoiled, right? Life is good. You’ve got these incredible mountains and sometimes it is hard to do the basics, do the arithmetic if you will, that makes you a great skier.” What You Will Learn: Steve Porino discusses some of the coaching he benefited from while developing as a skier. “Lindsey Vonn’s dad was one of my coaches, and she comes from a tiny little ski resort, and I don’t pretend to compare myself to her success. But, a lot of the greats come from these tiny little places where they practice the fundamentals and then in terms of passion, which if you want to reach a high level in anything, you’ve got to have the passion. From Wilmot Mountain, everything else seemed like the greatest place I’d ever been. That is sort of how I escalated through skiing as I became one of the best in the midwest.” Steve Porino shares his experience of attending the Burke Mountain Academy. “My dad moved back to New York. I wanted to keep ski racing. I couldn’t do it in Connecticut. I went to a ski academy, Burke Mountain Academy, the first ski academy in the country where Mikaela Shiffrin 100 years later attended. But that mountain the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont seemed like Nirvana... it was 1800 feet. So I thought that was just the greatest thing in the world.” What was Steve Porino’s introduction to downhill skiing? “I had no aspirations of being a great downhiller because I was a little guy. I went on my first downhill and I was really good. Then very quickly, suddenly I was going to a downhill out west, which at that point I hadn’t really been out west. As I said, I grew up in these tiny little ski areas and I was in Beaver Creek, Colorado with this downhill that was two minutes and thirty seconds, which would be my Everest-plus. That is long...These speeds are 70-80 miles an hour.” What was life like for Steve Porino after his skiing career? What “It is a rough transition. We have all started our sport long before we made the decision to do so. In adult life, you make a decision to take a track in life. As a kid, you follow your passion in most regards. So, here you are ending a career when most people are starting a career and that is where I was. I was picking away at school and I think I used school to basically put my life on pause, not at the time, because I knew this is where I wanted school to take me. It was just time to delay whatever was going to come next, and I needed that time. I probably needed more time.” Steve Porino discusses pursuing his college education after ski racing. “I started to get into coaching of skiing while I was finishing school at the University of Utah because the U.S. Ski Team ultimately paid for my schooling at the University of Utah. I loved coaching. My fear was that I wasn’t going to give myself a chance. I was going to go right back into the same world and not experience anything else. The one thing I knew about myself is that I like to do the thing you and I are doing right now, just talk to people and learn. That was the one great passion I had in addition to my ski racing career was traveling and meeting new people of different cultures.” Alpine Skiing to ESPN How did Steve Porino make the transition into broadcasting? “One of my idols as a ski racer who was a broadcaster at the time, Todd Brooker was his name. He was a crazy Canuck for people that followed ski racing back in the 1970s and 1980s. I tell this story a lot. He had to go to Burger College and that meant he had to open up a Wendy’s up in his town of Kitchener, Ontario and they make you go to college for three months. So he couldn’t work for ESPN. Someone threw my name in the hat and said, maybe Porino can do this. They had an audition with a few folks. I got the job. Todd Brooker came back from Burger College. They liked me enough to keep me around. They created a reporter position. It was a whole lot of luck and serendipity, and I had to then learn the craft on the job.” Working at NBC During COVID-19 During this episode of Finding Your Summit Podcast, Steve Porino also talks about adapting his NBC broadcasting during the coronavirus pandemic. “Broadcasters, even broadcast teams, are in separate parts of the country, and there is a production team that is in Stamford, Connecticut. All through the magical engineering of NBC is that we are doing it from our homes. In my case, I had to get rid of all my bikes, buy a shed, and get those out of the garage, and transfer an ethernet cable into my garage. So, between my wax room and my Peloton bike is my NBC studio.” Links to Additional Resources: Mark Pattison: markpattisonnfl.com Emilia’s Everest - The Lhotse Challenge: https://www.markpattisonnfl.com/philanthropy/ Steve Porino’s Twitter | Linkedin
Jarrett is the writer and creator of Counterfactual Canuck, a podcast about the alternate (and actual) history of Canada - and this includes hockey at times, of course. This is his first foray into podcasting, which he finds to be a relaxing break from his thrill-a-minute day job as a financial bureaucrat.
Albertina Rizzo is back on Bananas to talk about a man cooking chicken in a Yellowstone hot spring, a drunk man who got into a shouting match with a dog, a farm containing crumbling statues and busts, a man selling discontinued Taco Bell tacos, an update on Canuck the crow, a black leopard who mauled a man and the story of a WWII veteran who was reunited with his dog tags! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.