Cósta Chléire curtha ar an mapa aige Micheál Ó Céadagáin! Tá ainmeacha na gcuaisíní is na bhfochaisí bailithe aige agus iad curtha ar mhapa chun a chinntiú go mbeidh na h-ainmeacha ar fáil do phobal an oileáin.
Listen in as Charlie Webb CPPL speaks with Malinda Elammari Clinical Education Specialist at Healthmark Industries. Today's discussion speaks to the different packaging workflows of medical device manufacturers versus hospitals and clinics. During this discussion, Charlie and Malinda cover the topic of the critical importance of preventative and predictive maintenance.Guest Description:Malinda Elammari, CST, CSPM, CSPDT, CFER, CSIS, CRCST, CIS, CHL, CER, CLSSGBMalinda Elammari is a Clinical Education Specialist for Healthmark Industries. She began her career in the medical field as a Certified Surgical Technologist specializing in Open-Heart surgery. Throughout her career, Malinda has served in a variety of positions within SPD, such as Interim Director of Education and Quality, Sterile Processing Educator and Quality Control Manager, Clinical Operations Manager, OR Liaison, and an Endoscopic Service Rep. In addition, Malinda was the lead instructor for the Central Sterile program at Durham Technical Community College. She holds several certifications in sterile processing through CBSPD and HSPA. Malinda is a TeamSTEPPS Master trainer and is certified as a Lean Six Sigma Green Belt. She is an active member of AAMI and sits on multiple national standard writing committees. Malinda sits on the Editorial Board for AAMI Publications and is a project manager for KiiP's Aseptic Presentation subgroup. She is a graduate of Duke's Innovation & Entrepreneurship program and Duke's Technical Excellence Program. She currently serves as president for the North Carolina HSPA chapter.Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Weekly Podcast Guest mix from Uncertain1. Deee-Lite - Groove Is In The Heart - Mark Broom Edit2. Vinicius Honorio - Sem Rumo3. Mark Broom - Tribe Vibes (Gene Richards Jr Remix)4. The Advent - Infiltrate5. Mark Broom - Hardgroove 4 Life6. Truncate - The Drill7. Vinicius Honorio - Visions8. Deniro - MPC Tracks A19. Mark Broom - DNA10. Phil Berg - Dispatched11. R.M.K - In the Jungle12. KOLO55 - Unkut13. Kashpitzky - Hyper Cut14. Marcal - Don't Fear the Three15. Mark Broom - Structure16. Steve RedHead - Monster Madness17. Ana Rs - Abstract Mind18. Hurdslenk - Flow 519. ANNĒ - Roller20. Truncate - Savage21. Confidential Recipe - Dobbler22. The Southern - Killa Jack23. Adam Beyer - Remainings III A124. Mark Williams - Bring You Love (Ben Sims Edit)25. Childov, T.A.M - Bipolar (Maccari Remix)26. ANNĒ - Distill27. Uncertain - Cut28. C&G Southsystem - Dual EP (Mark Broom Edit)29. Mark Broom - 808 Workout30. Uncertain - Blackout31. Shlomi Aber - Righ32. Jeroen Search - Six Requests33. Pfirter - Influence34. Another Club (Confidential Recipe Assault tool Edit)35. Anika Kunst - Influences36. Chlär - Intrinsic Drive37. Hertz - Freestyle Rhythm38. GRAIN Mark Broom Octa Edit39. Pfirter - Evolution40. Arthur Russell Treehouse Mark Broom (V2)41. Roll Dann - Castanha42. Rebecca Delle Piane - Deranged43. Sven Vath - Nyx (Planetary Assault Systems Remix)44. Dj Rush & The Southern - Wurk It45. PUSHMANN - Indigo (Ritzi Lee Remix)46. Alexander Kowalski, Oliver_Rosemann, Vil, CRAVO - Stinger (Vil & Cravo Remix)47. Maccari - Deep Convolution48. Roll Dann - Provas de Verão49. Maccari - Deep Convotulion (Blasha & Allatt Remix)50. Uncertain - Bullet51. Andreas Saag - Soweto Loco (Samuel L Session Big Bang Mix) Roll52. Dann - Cinquenta Segundos53. Mark Broom, Dj Love - Ackney Mate54. Hemka - Cryonis55. Klint - Unusual Trip56. Hemka - Remote Bomb57. Kevin Saunderaon - Bassline Joris Voorn Remix58. DJ Deep - Stressin (Ben Sims Remix)59. Mark Broom - Central60. Arnaud Le Texier - Mosaic61. Uncertain - Anger62. Pfirter - Dynamical Systems
Scott and Bill discuss the ridiculous drama around Carter Hart's Instagram, and what it could actually mean for the goaltender and his future as a Flyer. Scott gives his hot take and what the NHL can learn from the CHL's new rules for 23/24' Takeaways Planning anything when married Carter Hart's Instagram goes private Morgan Frost gets extended Scott's hot take CHL enacts new rules Subscribe to us! TikTok Twitter: @Obackcheck Facebook Page! Instagram! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Crochadh comhartha ar bhóthair áitiúil in aice Chill Ros i gCo. an Chláir le déanaí, ag fógairt ar dhaoine gan an Sat Nav a leanúint. Freagra a bhí ann ar an iliomad turasóir a bhí á stiúradh suas bóithríntí cunga caoga ag na gléasanna céanna, agus ag tiomáint muintir na háite le báiní.
Jarret Stoll joined host Jesse Cohen to answer questions submitted by LA Kings fans. The questions covered his role on the Kings development staff to his time as a player and even veered into the personal. Get ready for the upcoming season by listening to a member of the Kings front office talk about the inner workings of the franchise and the future plans for some of their young prospects.
Happy hockey season everyone! Host and TCS Founder Aaron Wilbur tees up what you can expect for season 7, including an exciting new partnership with State and Liberty and who we've got lined up for the season opener. Don't forget to rate, comment, and subscribe!
On this very special episode of The Relentless Diaries the crew is joined by Chlöe Bailey to chop it about her new album as she is in town for her In Pieces Tour.Topics and discussion include:Chlöe Bailey's experience in Toronto so far (2:15)Chlöe's new album In Pieces (7:44)Being toxic on social media (12:30)What exactly is a ‘Cheat Back' (16:40)Chlöe VS Chloe Bailey/Navigating sex appeal as actress and musical artist (22:00) Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Bernd Schwickerath und Christoph Fetzer sprechen im Podcast über Neuigkeiten zur PWHL (Professional Women's Hockey League), die Grizzlys Wolfsburg sowie Regeländerungen in DEL2 und CHL. Hier könnt Ihr bissl Hockey unterstützen Steady: www.steady.de/bisslHockey Paypal: www.paypal.me/supportbisslHockey Dauerauftrag/Direktüberweisung: DE96 7603 0080 0800 6578 11 (wenn möglich mit Kontakt-Email im Zweck der Überweisung) Und hier geht's zum kostenlosen Newsletter: steady.de/bisslhockey/newsletter/sign_up
This week Cardsy and Rask catch up over a long summer break. The boys chat about some life updates, San Jose Sharks camp, some golf talk, and lots more! Then, Florida Panthers superstar defenseman Brandon Montour joins the show. We break down each round of the last playoffs with Montour and discuss the Stanley Cup Finals in depth. Florida Panther's forward Zac Dalpe jumps in the interview to surprise his teammate and joins the conversation for a while. The show wraps up with Montour answering some questions about his teammates and taking fan questions.
Welcome to the podcast! Aarav and Arsh open the show by predicting the winner of the 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup Final (Spain vs England). Then, they interview Carolina Hurricanes Prospect + Defenseman for the Cedar Rapids RoughRiders of the USHL, Bryce Montgomery. This episode is a must-listen!For sponsorship and advertising opportunities, please contact us at: email@example.comChapters:0:00 FIFA Women's World Cup Final3:04 Interview with Bryce MontgomeryBe sure to check us out on YouTube at:https://www.youtube.com/@2_brosandsportsSupport the show
Coming Down the Pipe... [0:00] - The brand new Season 19 intro [1:12] - Guy begins the new year with a bunch of News and Notes items and then the guest list. [14:07] - Mike Snee is the Executive Director for College Hockey Inc and he looks ahead to the coming season with new programs, returning programs and a lot more. [49:24] - The broadcast voice of the London Knights is Mike Stubbs who offers up this look at the perennial powerhouse and their 2023-24 roster. [1:10:51] - Guy is joined by Peter Loubardias to discuss the evolving landscape of junior hockey in Canada, the three CHL leagues all about to have new Commissioners and a lot more.
Elizabeth Kerekere has fired parting shots at the Greens co-leaders during her final speech in Parliament, accusing them of an epic failure of leadership. The Green MP resigned from the party after being accused of bullying in May. An internal review was held, after she called Greens' colleague Chlöe Swarbrick a cry-baby in a group chat. Kerekere says the only people who complained were the co-leaders Marama Davidson and James Shaw. She says it was a long, drawn-out process.
Join us on this week's CE approved episode of Beyond Clean as we embark on a one-of-a-kind conversation with Osama Alsadawi, BSHA, AMST, CRCST, CIS, CHL, CER, Assistant Chief of Sterile Processing Services, and self-professed data nerd. Delving into his personal journey and experience with Sterile Processing training, Osama introduces us to the interesting concept of "mind mapping." How can this visual tool can be a game-changer in the Sterile Processing space? What can it do for your onboarding, training, and competency development? From the inception to implementation, and addressing potential challenges, discover the transformative power of mind mapping to take your SPD team to the next level. As we look to the future of Sterile Processing, Osama shares his vision of how mind mapping can fill gaps in how we think, plan, and push forward as an industry. Dive in to this interview and free your mind! Season 21 of Beyond Clean is released under the 1 Episode = 1 CE delivery model. Don't forget to earn your CE credit by taking the short quiz linked below after soaking in the insights from this episode. For this and a multitude of other CE credits, be sure to visit our hub at beyondclean.net/ce-credit-hub.
Cé go bhfuil aimsir na turasóireachta ag teannadh le deiridh, tá na bóithre fud fad na tíre, fíor-ghraitheach go deo i gcónaí. Ní scéal le ceantar amháin é faraor mar atá i mBaile Uí Bheacháin i gContae an Chláir.
Séamus Ó Drisceoil; Seirbhís farrantóireachta Chléire. Pádraig Ó Muircheartaigh agus Eoghan Ó Loingsigh;Taillte na Conarach ar díol. Deaglán Ó Cuill;Bainisteoir fhoireann caide Ban Chiarrai.Foireann camógaiochta Chorcaí filleadh abhaile. Declan Mangan;Aonach an Phoic.
Coming Down the Pipe... [0:00] - For the final time...the intro to Season 18 of The Pipeline Show [1:26] - News and Notes from around the CHL, CJHL and more [14:25] - Steve Ewen from the Vancouver Province is back on the program to talk about news from the Vancouver Giants - in search of a new coach, drafted players in the NHL and CHL Import drafts and what Wenatchee adds to the WHL's western conference. [35:12] - It's a lengthy conversation, on a myriad of topics, with the new President and Commissioner of the USHL; Glenn Hefferan. [1:13:05] - Chris Peters from Flo Hockey is the final guest of Season 18 as he previews next week's Hlinka-Gretzky Cup featuring a ton of 2024 draft eligible players.
On this episode the boys are joined by former NHL goalie and strong advocate for mental health, Corey Hirsch. After making the all rookie 1st team, Hirsch's career took an unexpected downward turn, and his journey back is one of the most interesting out there. Although known more for his speaking on his battles with mental health and helping other athletes, his hockey career should not be overlooked. With a silver medal in the Olympics, a promising rookie season, and his incredible run in the CHL, Corey's career is a big “what if.” Hershey talks to us about how good Alexander Mogilny was, playing for Mike Keenan, coming forward with his mental health battle and much more. Before the interview the boys get into Andy's vacation, the Galchenyuk situation(25:00), Evander Kane leaving the HDA (48:40) Trevor Zegras getting bashed(58:30), Erik Karlsson trade talk(2:44:50), and much more. There's not a ton of hockey going on but the boys never fail to entertain, as well as Corey Hirsch on this edition of the Cam & Strick podcast. Interview starts: 1:28:10 Instagram | Twitter | YouTube | TikTok | Cam & Strick Website | FacebookYou can also keep up with the boys on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook!Andy Strickland - Instagram | TwitterCam Janssen - Instagram | Twitter | Facebook
Earlier we spoke about National's proposal to allow renters under thirty access to their KiwiSaver to aid bond payments should they win the election. But the Green Party's spokesperson for renters Chlöe Swarbrick says policies like these are just sticky plasters on structurally unsound settings, borrowing from the future to pay landlord's mortgages. Chlöe Swarbrick spoke to Corin Dann.
Daniel Sprong, playing almost entirely 4th line minutes with the Seattle Kraken, put up 21 goals and 45 points last year. Does he get a better look with Detroit? Christian Fischer is a PK specialist who played nearly every game last season in Arizona. Is that enough to warrant a full time spot? 9th overall selection Nate Danielson signs an ELC with the Detroit Red Wings, but will likely return to the CHL. #lgrw Follow & Subscribe on all Podcast platforms…
Thank you to Manscaped for sponsoring today's episode! Get 20% OFF + Free International Shipping with promo code WWP at Manscaped.com As the news of Alex DeBrincat joining the Detroit Red Wings really settles in, we gather ourselves to take a deeper look at just how his approach will affect the Hockeytown lineup. Tune in as we open by discussing where Alex DeBrincat will play in the lineup, how this may affect Dylan Larkin & Lucas Raymond, which of Perron, Rasmussen, Fabbri, or others will play on the 2nd line next to Compher or Copp, what happens on the power play with Seider or Gostisbehere QBing, & lots more (3:55). Next, we're joined by Ken Daniels, Lead Announcer for the Detroit Red Wings with Bally Sports Detroit, as he discusses Steve Yzerman's trade for Alex DeBrincat, the Red Wings free agency acquisitions (including Holl, Sprong, Lyon, & others), Detroit drafting Nate Danielson, Axel Sandin Pellikka, Trey Augustine, & other, & also tells us all about the Roast & Toast of Tomas Holmstrom & Nicklas Lidstrom in benefit of the Jamie Daniels Foundation (22:13). After that, we update you on Nate Danielson signing his ELC, what the CHL-NHL agreement means for where he'll play (going back to Brandon Wheat Kings in the CHL?), when he can join the AHL's Grand Rapids Griffins, his chances of making the Red Wings out of training camp (over the likes of Marco Kasper, Carter Mazur, Elmer Soderblom, & others), & lots more (50:50). Finally, some more news, including an update on Dmitri Buchelnikov, Kris Draper is named Assistant General Manager (in addition to Director of Amateur Scouting) alongside Shawn Horcoff under Steve Yzerman, Filip Zadina signing in San Jose, & more (59:10) before we take your questions and comments during Overtime (1:03:05) - enjoy! Head over to wingedwheelpodcast.com to find all the ways to listen, how to support the show, and so much more. Roast & Toast Tickets: https://jamiedanielsfoundation.org/featured-event/save-the-date-roast-toast-of-tomas-holmstrom-and-niklas-lidstrom/ Max's Article: https://theathletic.com/4681347/2023/07/11/alex-debrincat-red-wings-lineup/
The 5pm Gripe (Labour have ruled out a wealth tax or a capital gains tax) w/ special guest Chlöe Swarbrick by Alex Lister on Radio One 91FM Dunedin
This EP is a conversation with Dan Noble. Dan is the Owner of Noble Sport and Performance, the Director of Performance for the Oshawa Generals, the Director of Performance for the Halifax Thunderbirds, and the Director of Hockey for Upper Canada College. Dan played Football at the University of Guelph and then played 2 seasons in Italy post-University. He started his career as a Phys Ed teacher at the Sports school "The Hill Academy" and helped start the school. He is a performance coordinator, athletic development coach, speaker & author; contributing to best-selling books – “Conscious Coaching: The Art and Science of Building Buy-In” and “Weight Room Wisdom”. He has been featured as an S&C Hockey expert in Sports Illustrated, The Hockey News, Hockey Night in Canada, Sportsnet, and other top media outlets. His passion is working consistently with grassroots, high school, college, CHL, and Professional sports athletes. Above all his accomplishments he is married and the proud father of two wonderful kids. If you liked this EP, please take the time to rate and comment, share with a friend, and connect with us on social channels IG @Kingopain, TW @BuiltbyScott, LI+FB Scott Livingston. All things LYM at www.LYMLab.com, download your free Life Lab Starter Kit today and get busy living https://lymlab.com/free-lym-lab-starter/
This week Cardsy and Rask talk about their golf games and then discuss some hockey and the NHL draft. Then, Cardsy talks about his upcoming week in San Jose at development camp with the Sharks and what his schedule looks like. After that, 50 goal scorer with the Sarnia Sting and Nashville Predators prospect Nolan Burke joins the show. Burke talks about his unique junior career, starting with two 10-point seasons, a full year off due to covid, and then breaking out into a 50 goal scorer and signing an NHL contract after going undrafted. After that, the boys wrap it up with their plans for Canada Day.
Monitoring large and constantly changing coastlines can be expensive, time consuming and dangerous. Traditional surveying methods are also limited because they only provide a single snapshot in time and don't capture the full picture. As a result, coastal managers don't always have the information they need to understand dynamic coastal conditions and plan projects that preserve our nation's coasts, protect the environment, and support the economy. To overcome this knowledge gap, ERDC launched CorpsCam, which uses remote video technology to better monitor federal beach and other coastal projects. CorpsCam can rapidly analyze a variety of images, from cellphone pictures uploaded by citizen scientists to scientific-grade video captured by high-end cameras, to provide hourly data on beach state, erosion rates, bathymetry, wave parameters and more. It is enabling better project designs and more proactive coastal management. Joining us to talk about CorpsCam are Dr. Brittany Bruder, Dr. Ian Conery and Sean McGill from ERDC's Coastal and Hydraulics Laboratory (CHL). Bruder is a researcher coastal engineer based at CHL's Field Research Facility (FRF) on North Carolina's Outer Banks, and Conery is a research oceanographer based at the FRF. McGill is a research physical scientist at CHL's Vicksburg location. Topics include what CorpsCam is and how it can improve coastal resilience (4:06), how it got started (18:50), and the types of locations the effort is targeting (12:48). We also talk about ERDC's Field Research Facility and its capabilities (22:21) and growing military portfolio (26:36). And we discuss past CorpsCam projects (28:11) and what lies ahead for this effort (39:06). For more information on CorpsCam, visit https://coastalimaging.erdc.dren.mil/CorpsCam or email Bruder at Brittany.L.Bruder (at) usace.army.mil. For more information on the Power of ERDC podcast, visit https://www.PowerofERDCPodcast.org.
Tonight the guys are back to talk about last day of school anthems, the NHL draft, if its better to play NCAA or CHL, the NHLs decision to not push special jersey nights and if there is a place for political statements in the sports world, some would you rather and a whole lot more. Sit back, grab a few beers and let's get into ‘er Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Hockey Canada scandal has become one of the biggest stories in the country. And now, hockey appears to be in the middle of a reckoning. But this isn't the first time. There was another moment, just like this one.Back then, people tried to warn the hockey world — they were ignored. And even today, the sport won't name the very specific issue they face. Hockey has a gang rape problem. Featured in this episode: Alexis Peters, Laura RobinsonTo learn more:Crossing the Line: Violence and Sexual Assault in Canada's National Sport by Laura Robinson“Hockey Canada sexual assault scandal” in The Globe and Mail“Hockey Canada, CHL settle lawsuit over alleged sexual assault involving World Junior players” by Rick Westhead in TSN“Toxic masculinity is part of elite hockey. We need a culture shift” by Alexis Peters in CBC Calgary“‘We haven't learned a damn thing': Sexual violence is embedded in junior hockey culture” by Ian Mendes, Dan Robson, and Katie Strang in The AthleticCredits: Arshy Mann (Host and Producer), Jordan Cornish (Producer), Noor Azrieh (Producer), Annette Ejiofor (Managing Editor)Additional music from Audio NetworkSponsors: Airbnb, Oxio, Better Help, If you value this podcast, Support us! You'll get premium access to all our shows ad free, including early releases and bonus content. You'll also get our exclusive newsletter, discounts on merch, tickets to our live and virtual events, and more than anything, you'll be a part of the solution to Canada's journalism crisis, you'll be keeping our work free and accessible to everybody. You can listen ad-free on Amazon Music—included with Prime. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
This week, Cardsy and Rask recap over a two week break which included tons of funny stories. Then, the boys talk some golf and hockey before bringing on Chicago Blackhawks prospect, Colton Dach. Dach talks about his crazy year which included him winning the WHL championship and winning gold at the World Juniors with Team Canada. Dach also shares stories about Connor Bedard, his playoff run with Seattle, getting drafted by Chicago, his brother Kirby, and lots more! The boys wrap it up this week with some reactions to the Stanley Cup parade.
Loren Lott can do it all, she's an actress, singer, dancer, and digital creator. She's been seen on Broadway, tv and film. Her following on social media platforms is unparalleled, where she boasts a huge engagement in the millions across her social media platforms and a resume of heavy-hitting Hollywood roles on both the stage and screen, Loren has crafted a career that has unmistakably defined her status as a rising voice of a new generation of Hollywood. This spring 2023, Loren can currently be seen starring opposite Chlöe Bailey, Tristen Mack Wilds, Quavo, and Anjelika Washington in the Universal Pictures feature film “Praise This,” available to stream now on Peacock. Her voice captured national attention when she enchanted audiences with her live performances on season 14 of ABC's longstanding competition series, “American Idol,” and ascended into the top 16 finalists. Combining her passion for both singing and acting, Loren joined the theatre scene. For the next few years, Loren performed on stage with touring and Broadway productions such as Gladys Night in “Motown the Musical,” Ti Moune in “Once on This Island,” and Cece Winans in “Born for This.” Upon her move back to the west coast in Los Angeles, she was quickly snapped up to join the cast of the Emmy award-winning daytime soap opera “The Young and the Restless” as Ana Hamilton from 2018-2019. Following her time on the soap opera, Loren began to add back-to-back television and film bookings to her growing list of credits, including the role of the popular cabaret singer Lucy Conrad in “The Porter,”. In addition, she starred as Cydney Wesley in “A Wesley Christmas,” The sequel “A Wesley Christmas Wedding” is due to be released shortly. Other notable film and television credits include Ava DuVernay's “Cherish the Day”, “Favorite Son”, “The Products of the American Ghetto” and Kirk Franklin's “The Night Before Christmas”. As quickly as Loren's Hollywood career began to blossom, so did her remarkable rise to social media stardom. From detailing her life in vulnerable, personal reflections to cracking witty jokes and quips, and even showcasing her impressive vocal range and acting talents throughout her short-form content, Loren's digital presence grew drastically as she garnered well over one million followers in just a year. Multiple videos on her TikTok, which she started in late 2022, have reached virality with millions of views per post as she shares stunning performances and meaningful conversations regarding love, faith, friends, and peeling back the curtain on the realities of working in Hollywood. We chat about gratitude, rejection, being dropped from her agency, dyslexia, being in an understudy, performing on Broadway, being on American Idol, social media and self-esteem. The video footage of this entire chat is now out as well (one day after release)! So check them out on YouTube under Michael Kahan Check Loren out on all the socials under Loren Sharice ------------------------------------------- Follow @Funny in Failure on Instagram and Facebook https://www.instagram.com/funnyinfailure/ https://www.facebook.com/funnyinfailure/ and @Michael_Kahan on Insta & Twitter to keep up to date with the latest info. https://www.instagram.com/michael_kahan/ https://twitter.com/Michael_Kahan
Clare LGBT Rights and AIDS campaigner, Bernárd Lynch will be honoured by a civic reception at at Áras Contae an Chláir. The Ennis native has recieved awards and accolades for his activism and advocacy role in New York in the 70's and 80's. In 1989, the former priest, faced a court case for the alleged sexual abuse of a teenage boy, for which he ultimately won total exoneration. Bernárd returns to Clare for the reception at 3.30pm today and is proud of the social changes Ireland has undergone since he emigrated.
There's one word fro Bradly Nadeau's game: fun. We've got Hadi Kalakeche back to talk about the BCHL standout, why he didn't go the CHL route, and where he would be sitting in rankings if he had, before discussing whether the Blue Jackets need yet another small flashy goalscorer! Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Birddogs Go to birddogs.com/lockedonnhl and they'll throw in a free custom birddogs Yeti-style tumbler with every order. Gametime Download the Gametime app, create an account, and use code LOCKEDONNHL for $20 off your first purchase. ebay Motors For parts that fit, head to eBay Motors and look for the green check. Stay in the game with eBay Guaranteed Fit. eBay Motors dot com. Let's ride. eBay Guaranteed Fit only available to US customers. Eligible items only. Exclusions apply. FanDuel Make Every Moment More. Don't miss the chance to get your No Sweat First Bet up to ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS in Bonus Bets when you go FanDuel.com/LOCKEDON. FANDUEL DISCLAIMER: 21+ in select states. First online real money wager only. Bonus issued as nonwithdrawable free bets that expires in 14 days. Restrictions apply. See terms at sportsbook.fanduel.com. Gambling Problem? Call 1-800-GAMBLER or visit FanDuel.com/RG (CO, IA, MD, MI, NJ, PA, IL, VA, WV), 1-800-NEXT-STEP or text NEXTSTEP to 53342 (AZ), 1-888-789-7777 or visit ccpg.org/chat (CT), 1-800-9-WITH-IT (IN), 1-800-522-4700 (WY, KS) or visit ksgamblinghelp.com (KS), 1-877-770-STOP (LA), 1-877-8-HOPENY or text HOPENY (467369) (NY), TN REDLINE 1-800-889-9789 (TN) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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Why can't we all just play in the CHL? What's the best pathway for development for goalies? Not all of us are going to go pro. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/betweentwoposts/support
Welcome to episode 100 of Sports Management Podcast. If you have been listening since episode 1, send me a DM or tag me on Instagram or Twitter @sportsmpodcast and I will send you some gratitude merch. Fredrik Sjöström is the general manager for Frölunda Hockey Club, one of the most successful European hockey clubs the last decade. He is also a former NHL player and was drafted by Phoenix Coyotes as 11th overall. I took my microphone and met Fredrik at Frölunda's training facility to ask him: How is he building the team for next season? What other GM is he looking up to? Why didn't he offer Loui Eriksson an extension? What was it like having Wayne Gretzky, the best of all time, as a coach? What actually happened with Ryan Lasch's contract? What does he admire most with the Lundqvist brothers And much more! This episode will have no sponsor, no interruption and no BS. If I can ask you for one thing, please subscribe to the podcast and share it with a friend. The bigger the podcast gets, the better the guests get. Thank you!! ________________________________________________ Follow us on social media Instagram Twitter LinkedIn YouTube Sign up for the newsletter! www.sportsmanagementpodcast.com
Airline News: American Airlines, FedEx Agreements in Principle: AIP... How To Think About Your Health And Improve Your Quality Of Life Now And In Retirement Sources: Financial wellness can increase the quality of your physical health. High levels of financial stress manifest through physical symptoms like sleep loss, anxiety, headaches/migraines, compromised immune systems, digestive issues, high blood pressure, muscle tension, heart arrhythmia, depression and a feeling of being overwhelmed. Can induce feelings of happiness. Enhances the quality of your sleep. Physical activity is often associated with reduced symptoms of depression and anxiety. Exercising is critical for airline pilots due to the sedentary lifestyle of flying and traveling. How: You must be intentional. What's the best diet/eating habits? What's the best exercise routine? The one that you'll do! What you are able to make part of your lifestyle. Without a plan, you will drift... to bad nutrition and exercise habits. Hire a fitness instructor. Also, develop an eating plan. Especially plan for days on the road. It's not your age that has you feeling the need to rest -- it's that you're not moving. Even older adults with serious health problems -- heart disease, diabetes, arthritis, and others -- can live better lives by getting up and moving. Resources: https://neurosciencenews.com/fitness-neuroscience-23228/ https://www.purdue.edu/hr/CHL/healthyboiler/news/newsletter/2020-01/finances-health.php
This week Nat and Ross interview Travis Jackson. Travis is an ODP Grad, worked the SPHL, ECHL, CHL, 20 USA HOCKEY NATIONAL TOURNAMENTS. Travis is the real deal and a really awesome guy. Get ready to enjoy a great episode with Travis, and we only got trough half of his material! Hes gonna come back for part 2 really soon. We hope you enjoy this episode of the Team Stripes Podcast.
On this episode of “House of Hockey,” Breezy and Rae discuss the NHL Stanley Cup Final between the Vegas Golden Knights and Florida Panthers along with each team's strength and weakness and how happy they are it is broadcast on TNT. Meanwhile, the Pittsburgh Penguins hire Kyle Dubas as President of Hockey Operations and the ladies have different opinions on the pressure Dubas will face. Big changes also with the Nashville Predators as they hire new coach Andrew Brunette. Breezy has been waiting months for photo evidence of Matt Duchene's hand injury and she finally receives it. Rae is not getting her hopes up even though the Chicago Blackhawks have the number one draft pick and everyone expects it to be CHL award winning Connor Bedard. Shout out to Hilary Knight winning big awards and for sharing her sexuality publicly during Pride Month. Download the DraftKings app Promo code: THPN https://tinyurl.com/DKAMAZE Disclaimer: Call (800) 327-5050 or visit gamblinghelplinema.org (MA), Gambling Problem? Call 877- 8-HOPENY/text HOPENY (467369) (NY), If you or someone you know has a gambling problem, crisis counseling and referral services can be accessed by calling 1-800-GAMBLER (1-800-426-2537) (CO/IL/IN/LA/MD/MI/NJ/OH/PA/TN/WV/WY), 1-800-NEXT STEP (AZ), 1-800-522-4700 (KS/NH), 888-789-7777/visit ccpg.org (CT), 1-800-BETS OFF (IA), visit OPGR.org (OR), or 1-888-532-3500 (VA) 21+ (18+ NH/WY). Physically present in AZ/CO/CT/IL/IN/IA/KS/LA(select parishes)/MA/MD/MI/NH/NJ/NY/OH/OR/PA/TN/VA/WV/WY only. VOID IN ONT. Eligibility restrictions apply. On behalf of Boot Hill Casino & Resort (KS). Bet $5 Get $150 offer (void in NH/OR): Valid 1 per new customer. Min. $5 deposit. Min $5 pre-game moneyline bet. Bet must win. $150 issued as six (6) $25 bonus bets. Promotional offer period ends 5/28/23 at 11:59PM ET Shop at Pure Hockey with our special link: https://www.avantlink.com/click.php?tt=ml&ti=730573&pw=242313 Try Rogue Energy https://rogueenergy.com/7q1gKjoWEkxI9s Use Promo Code: STADIUMSCENE to save 10% Follow us on social media: https://www.facebook.com/houseofhockeypodcast/ https://www.instagram.com/houseofhockeypodcast/ https://twitter.com/houseofhockey_ Want us to answer your questions on the podcast? Or discuss a topic? www.HouseofHockeyPod.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On this episode of “House of Hockey,” Breezy and Rae discuss the NHL Stanley Cup Final between the Vegas Golden Knights and Florida Panthers along with each team's strength and weakness and how happy they are its broadcast on TNT. Meanwhile, the Pittsburgh Penguins hire Kyle Dubas as President of Hockey Operations and the ladies have different opinions on the pressure Dubas will face. Big changes also with the Nashville Predators as they hire new coach Andrew Brunette. Breezy has been waiting months for photo evidence of Matt Duchene's hand injury and she finally receives it. Rae is not getting her hopes up even though the Chicago Blackhawks have the number one draft pick and everyone expects it to be CHL award winning Connor Bedard. Shout out to Hilary Knight winning big awards and for sharing her sexuality publicly during Pride Month. Download the DraftKings app Promo code: THPN https://tinyurl.com/DKAMAZE Disclaimer: Call (800) 327-5050 or visit gamblinghelplinema.org (MA), Gambling Problem? Call 877- 8-HOPENY/text HOPENY (467369) (NY), If you or someone you know has a gambling problem, crisis counseling and referral services can be accessed by calling 1-800-GAMBLER (1-800-426-2537) (CO/IL/IN/LA/MD/MI/NJ/OH/PA/TN/WV/WY), 1-800-NEXT STEP (AZ), 1-800-522-4700 (KS/NH), 888-789-7777/visit ccpg.org (CT), 1-800-BETS OFF (IA), visit OPGR.org (OR), or 1-888-532-3500 (VA) 21+ (18+ NH/WY). Physically present in AZ/CO/CT/IL/IN/IA/KS/LA(select parishes)/MA/MD/MI/NH/NJ/NY/OH/OR/PA/TN/VA/WV/WY only. VOID IN ONT. Eligibility restrictions apply. On behalf of Boot Hill Casino & Resort (KS). Bet $5 Get $150 offer (void in NH/OR): Valid 1 per new customer. Min. $5 deposit. Min $5 pre-game moneyline bet. Bet must win. $150 issued as six (6) $25 bonus bets. Promotional offer period ends 5/28/23 at 11:59PM ET Shop at Pure Hockey with our special link: https://www.avantlink.com/click.php?tt=ml&ti=730573&pw=242313 Try Rogue Energy https://rogueenergy.com/7q1gKjoWEkxI9s Use Promo Code: STADIUMSCENE to save 10% Follow us on social media: https://www.facebook.com/houseofhockeypodcast/ https://www.instagram.com/houseofhockeypodcast/ https://twitter.com/houseofhockey_ Want us to answer your questions on the podcast? Or discuss a topic? www.HouseofHockeyPod.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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On this episode of the Hockey Cards Gongshow podcast we start by honoring the greatest NHL player to wear the number 88 for Episode 88, this one could be a little controversial (2:38). Next, game 1 of the Stanley Cup Finals is in the books. We examine potential additional hobby breakouts other than Matthew Tkachuk (15:17). In another Extended Series Rookie Deep Dive, we take a look at the Vancouver Canucks Aatu Raty (28:04). In Hobby News, the CHL awards have been announced, Toronto has a new GM, and Gary Bettman gives his State of the NHL update (37:11). We take a look at the current state of the hockey card market (47:20). In New Product Releases, we each give our list of most anticipated upcoming hockey cards releases (1:01:30).Partners & SponsorsOur Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/HockeyCardsGongshowPWCC Marketplace - https://www.pwccmarketplace.comSlab Sharks Canadian Consignment - https://www.slabsharks.comSign up for Card Ladder - https://app.cardladder.com/signup?via=HCGongshowFollow Hockey Cards Gongshow on social mediaInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/hockey_cards_gongshow/TikTok - https://www.tiktok.com/@hockey_cards_gongshowFacebook - https://www.facebook.com/HockeyCardsGongshowTwitter - https://twitter.com/HCGongshowYouTube - http://youtube.com/@hockeycardsgongshow
Take a moment to catch your breath before the Stanley Cup Final, with referee Kelly Sutherland mic'd up, the referees and linesmen working the Cup Final, the first female on-ice official enters the IIHF Hall of Fame, ECHL refs have an easy night, and the CHL looks at three major rule changes for the 2023-24 season -- all around penalties and power plays! More on these topics, including video clips and rule breakdowns, at scoutingtherefs.com Visit www.scoutingtherefs.com and follow @scoutingtherefs and @toddlewissports on Twitter and Instagram. Email us your questions - email@example.com Call the RefLine at 585-484-REFS! Episode Transcript #166 Scouting the Refs is an unscripted audio podcast, designed to be heard. It's a whole lot more interesting to listen to the audio, but we're happy to provide a transcription below. This transcript has been generated using a combination of speech recognition software and human transcribers, and may contain textual or typographical errors. Full transcript: https://scoutingtherefs.com/2023/06/40183/scouting-the-refs-podcast-166-making-the-cut-for-the-cup-final/ Todd: So I know we're all excited about the Stanley Cup final beginning and finally getting underway, Florida Panthers and the Vegas Golden Knights, but you know Josh? I'm thinking I want to start planning now. What we're going to be doing in the next few weeks when there's no games to watch, because no matter how much I prepare mentally at this point in time in the season, I always suffer from withdrawals after the Cup final is completed and the trophy is handed out. Josh: It's such a challenge, right? We go from the first round where you've got multiple games every night and just there's something going on everywhere at every hour. And the NHL even figured out scheduling this year, so with the games spread out, we could watch a lot of the action. And then it dwindles down a little bit more and now we've had this break of days without hockey, at least at the NHL level, and now the most we'll have is a game every other night. It's starting to feel real, Todd. It's starting to slip away a little bit. The hockey season is leaving us. Todd: It is and that's the hard part. I know the theory is that you start big and that it seems as though like you're kind of being weaned off the drug but it doesn't really work that way. You still suffer from the the withdrawals when it's gone. Josh: And, you know, the warm temps outside don't exactly help you. The weather's warm. You want to be outdoors doing things, especially with these games on the weekend. You're out and about it's it's hot outside. You've got shorts and a t-shirt on, and then you come back in to watch some ice hockey. Yeah, I I love the length of the season. I love that we have all these games, but when you start to get into June, especially the middle of June, it it feels like maybe we've gone too far. Todd: You know, we'll, we'll get through it. We always do. And there will be the anticipation before long of the new season. This is the Scouting the Refs Podcast. Please make sure you follow us on the social channels. Josh, of course can be found @scoutingtherefs on Twitter and Instagram, you'll get me at @toddlewissports on Twitter and Instagram as well. Coming up on this week's episode: Kelly Sutherland mic'd up, who made the cut, a Hall of Fame career, and new rules the NHL should be considering. I am very excited to discuss this topic, Josh. Josh: New rules are always interesting, sometimes they have unintended consequences, so you never know how it will play out, but it will be interesting to see. Todd: Okay, so let's get to some of the other stuff before we talk about the potential for for new rules. Four-star review for the video of the Western Conference Series game One. You hear from players, you hear from coaches, but most importantly you hear referee Kelly Sutherland at work out on the ice. We've seen these videos pop up semi regularly. They provide great insight into what is happening on the ice during the games, and conveniently enough, the bad words are taken out for you. That's why it takes a couple of days to get them out. So Kelly Sutherland, as you've perhaps seen before in some of these videos, is one of the most vocal referees out on the ice. He's explaining to players what he sees after a play. He's telling goaltenders that he's watching for the goalie interference. He's explaining to coaches what is happening out on this. It's it's as if he is a coach out on the ice at times. I think it's a great job that he does. Josh: Absolutely. It's one of the reasons that when they've had the player polls in the past that Sutherland scores so highly as one of the league's top officials. It's not only about positioning and judgment and comportment and all of the things that go in from an officiating standpoint. But from the players point of view, here's a guy who's actually helping you understand where the line is, and he's giving you advance notice before he's calling the penalty. And as a player, that's what you wanna have. You want to know where you stand and and when you're getting too far over the line. And that's what Sutherland does. I think one of his greatest strengths is the communication side of thing of warning guys and when they're getting too close and putting pressure in the crease. Or when it's a potential interference call and things he's seeing out there, so he tries to set that up front and then stick with that standard the whole game. And it's great when you have the mic'd up videos, because then we get to hear some of that dynamic and you see what goes into it before a penalty's actually called. Because he might have been chatting about it for the whole first period, halfway through the second period and a guy keeps at it and now all of a sudden he's blowing the whistle because he's warned him and he's had that conversation and it's one of his strengths. And it's really interesting to hear the types of things that go on. But you're right, Todd, it's almost like he's the second coach out there advising these guys. So he's not just enforcing the rules, but he's he's warning them he's giving them a heads up. He's reminding them of where the line is and when they've gone to far, that's when he has to send them off to the box. Todd: I I love it too. It's not just after the play that he's explaining calls, but as you mentioned, when two players are tied up, he's telling one like, okay, let him go. You gotta let him go now otherwise. You get the interference call and it's just like I don't want to penalize you, but I'm going to have to pretty soon. Josh: Yeah. And it's great in this video, you can hear a nice exchange he has with Keegan Kolesar about a hit that happened and there was a cross checking why he didn't call it and Kolesar's great, super polite there. Just thanking him for it. ‘I appreciate it' is what he says afterwards. So you might not always agree with it, but just giving that explanation and. Letting the guy understand why the call was or wasn't made in a certain situation is immensely helpful. But I don't know if you noticed, Todd, in the clip one of the coaches is on there saying, ‘Nice chat, Kelly.' We don't actually get the content of that conversation. So I don't know if it was something they wanted to keep quiet, or if there were just too many four letter words to include it. Todd: Yeah, that that sometimes the editing can be a little bit tricky on those. Again, I think it provides great insight and good job, I believe for putting those out even if it's 3-4 days after because of all the all the approval that has to go through. So with this video and hearing Kelly Sutherland at work, it is not surprising that he was one of the referees named to work in the Stanley Cup. Final he'll be joined by Steve Kozari, Wes McCauley – no surprise there, Dan O'Rourke, and Chris Rooney. The linesmen are Steve Barton, Scott Cherrey, Brad Kovachik, Kiel Murchison, and Jonny Murray. Congratulations to all for reaching the final. There's no real surprises with any of these names, is there? Josh: No, everybody's been here before, so I can't say that any of them come as a total shock. You've got tons of veteran experience there, McCauley, Sutherland both working their 10th Stanley Cup Final, Rooney with six. Even Johnny Murray, with six. So everybody's been here plenty of times. They all know what it's like, what the pressure entails, what the big games mean. It was not a shock. I was hoping that some of the younger guys might have made it. We saw Jean Hebert make the Cup Final last year, thought he might have a shot at returning this year, but he and Trevor Hanson, looking to make his Cup Final debut, both left off of the rosters. I thought either one of them could have made it, but who do you cut in their place? This is such a a challenge here. Figuring it out. So you think of – from an NHL standpoint – everything that goes into it and it's your full season, it's your mid season grade, it's your season end evaluation and then it's what you've done each round in the playoffs. So all of that leading up to it and I I think you know, we see and expect who's going to make it. And I I'd say these are like you said, Todd, no surprises here on these crews. Todd: Now, as you explained nicely in a piece on the scoutingtherefs.com website, the final works a little bit differently in that there's not specifically a backup referee at each event and the whole procedure of pairing guys together works a little bit differently as well. Josh: It's interesting to see because all season long we get this rotation of refs. Everybody works the next game with a different partner, typically because of travel, maybe they'll have a back-to-back together, but you're typically working each game with an entirely different crew. Through the first few rounds of the playoffs, that changes a bit because we do see ref pairings and linesman pairings, and often we see that quartet move together through some games. We definitely saw in the conference final where Kelly Sutherland's crew, the same four of them, worked together each game. Once you get to the Stanley Cup Final, they throw everybody back in the hat and basically draw numbers again. So you've got an odd number of referees, which means we're no longer having that pairing; we're having a rotation where the first two guys will work game one, the second two guys will work game two and then they'll start to mix it up after that because of the odd number. So your partner being a standard guy and and maybe at some of them that you've worked together the entire postseason up until now, now you're gonna get a new partner every night. So back to how the regular season works with the rotation. Obviously you're hoping these are your top officials. These are the best of the best. These guys have been consistent throughout the postseason, so it shouldn't matter, but it definitely shakes things up a little bit, so it'll be interesting to see how those tendencies translate when we see a guy where maybe two guys have worked together the entire postseason and now they get to work with different partners in the Stanley Cup Final. Todd: One other note on the referees who are and are not working the Cup Final, and you and I were exchanging messages during this game. But for those that say there is no accountability for officials, yes, there is, because there was one particular game with the Florida Panthers and Carolina Hurricanes, where not one, but two goals were overturned on offside challenges and those two linesmen are not working in the Stanley Cup Final. Now, they were so close. It was microscopic that they were offside plays, but this is the price that they're paying. Josh: Yeah, and we don't know. For sure if that happened to be the reason or the straw that broke the camel's back, or if there are other contributing factors here in making that decision. But, certainly, it's one of those things that you look at from an officiating management standpoint when you have guys that are frequently involved in coaches challenge or you have referees that maybe are calling major penalties, that they're downgrading after review, maybe it makes you question their judgment a little bit. I'm not saying it's right or wrong and and like you said, these are really close plays, so I'm not even going to point fingers at the officials or or find fault in how it worked out, but certainly the optics of having a call that had to be overturned on such a public stage and in such a critical juncture in a key moment for a goal to be scored or not, you can't help but think that that did put the spotlight on them a little bit more and may have influenced Stephen Walkom's decision. Todd: A couple of non-NHL notes that we should mention as well. Congratulations to Sandra Dombrowski, who now goes by Sandra Frye. She has become the first female on ice official inducted into the IIHF Hall of Fame. Congratulations Sandra on a great international hockey career. Josh: Yeah. Very nice to see that honor there. The class of 2023 was inducted. We have lots of players from all over the place and another official making it in. And there's very few in the IIHF Hall of Fame. Only eight now, with Dombrowski's edition and mostly European, we don't have an American or even a Canadian official that are yet in the IIHF Hall of Fame, so there's there's still boundaries to hit there, but nice to see Dombrowski get in. She broke plenty of boundaries coming in and making her way up. Even as a hockey player, when she was younger, she couldn't find a team to play with as a woman, so she founded her own and it went from there and she was involved in a lot of firsts. The first unofficial women's game at the World Championship and then the first woman referee of a Women's World gold medal game. So nice to see her recognized for all the contributions to hockey, both as a player as an official and then coming off the ice, working as a supervisor and then part of the IIHF officiating committee. So she's given a lot to hockey and nice to see them reciprocate and and give the honor of putting her into the IIHF Hall of Fame. Todd: So the first North American referee that could go in potentially maybe a few years down the road, you know if that was Wes McCauley, I got to think that the acceptance speech is going to be out of this world because they they let them do that at the presentation, don't they? Josh: They do and they did, and Dombrowski gave a great speech. It was wonderful to hear from her and you could tell how much this meant to her; how much hockey means to her. So it was a great honor, but I just picture Wes being most comfortable with just want to give that speech with the mic on, at center ice in full uniform. Todd: Five for fighting! Josh: We've got an induction! Todd: Perfect. Love it. Okay, also non-NHL-related. Congratulations to the Florida Everblades for their win over the Newfoundland Growlers. They win the Eastern Conference final in the ECHL. They'll move on to play Idaho in the final. That series also opens up on Saturday, June the 3rd. Congrats to the Blades who are going for back-to-back titles. It is the second time these two teams have met. In 2004, it was the Idaho Steelheads that prevailed . It was an interesting game summary in this one. It was a double overtime game as I mentioned, but barely a whistle blown for a penalty. Josh: Yeah, quiet one for the officials, which is — It's funny, we joked last week on the podcast about how things tighten up and saying that when you get into game six or game seven, we see fewer and fewer penalties and things really tighten up and I think it's on both sides, right? I think it's on the officials. Maybe I don't wanna say pocketing the whistles, cause that becomes a a negative, but maybe calling that standard tightly and making sure everybody knows where it is. But we also see it on the players trying to be on their best behavior because they don't want to be the person sitting in the box that's responsible for a power play goal against, especially when goals are so critical. But this one, Todd, referee Sam Heideman and Alex Normandin called a clean game effectively because they didn't hand out any power plays. They had some penalties. We had a holding minor that was accompanied by a diving penalty, so that washes out; we have no man advantage there. Only one other penalty in the game. And you can thank the linesman for it because it was a bench minor for too many men on the ice. Todd: Now those of us that are familiar with the ECHL and have, you know, seen a few games, is this a first? Josh: It's a relatively well behaved game for these guys. Nice to see how well-mannered both clubs were. I got to watch part of the game didn't see the whole thing, but you know it's one of those things where you don't want to be the guy who messes it up. You're trying to keep it clean. You don't wanna get whistled for anything. You're kind of playing a little more careful, a little, a little safe there, especially in a game that spent a lot of the time tied. I mean from the second period on, the whole third period, the whole first over time, you've got a tie game there. So you definitely don't want to be the guy who puts your team shorthanded. Todd: I'll just end by saying go Blades. That's my hometown team. Okay, now we talked about some potential rule changes that are going to take place. They are taking place in the Champions League in Europe and I think that there's some some of these – in fact, I like all of them – that could and should be considered by the National Hockey League. Okay, so let's go through them one at a time. First, being minor penalties dealt with the same as a major penalty in that a team that has caused a minor penalty will remain shorthanded, even if the opposing team scores a goal, so you're serving the full two. Josh: Yeah, not a radical change here. This is one of those ‘everything old is new again' kind of moments because this is how it was in the National Hockey League up until 1956. You sat for the whole 2 minutes; you served your time. If they scored once, twice, three times, however many they score in that 2 minutes, you're staying in the box. So I think the Champions League is looking to boost goal scoring here and they also say that they want to make sure punishments are consistent. So yeah, you did the crime you will do the time, no matter how many goals get scored during your sentence. Todd: I don't think that's an unreasonable thing. I know that we had an exceptional power play this year with the Edmonton Oilers, but it still was, what? Just over 30%. So it's unlikely that you're going to score two or three or four goals, but maybe that helps as a deterrent. Josh: It could because those penalties become a bit more valuable. And right now you're looking at it as you're either short handed for two minutes or you've given up a goal and then you're back to even strength. Now you're definitely going to be shorthanded for the whole 2 minutes, and you aren't capped at just giving up one shorthanded goal, so it does put a little premium on those penalties, which hopefully doesn't put more pressure on the refs when it comes to not wanting to decide the game or factor into the game. You need to call it the same way, it's just that the each penalty call becomes a bit more impactful, potentially. Todd: Okay, also with a delayed penalty, a minor penalty will be served even if a goal is scored while a delayed penalty is pending. Josh: Yep, and I'm good with this one. This is one of those interesting situations where many of the leagues wipe out the goals on delayed penalties. NCAA College Hockey in the US actually has this rule currently where a goal scored on the delayed penalty does not wash out the penalty. If you score on the delayed call, you still get a power play afterwards and the player still serves his time, which now under this other rule will also be a full 2 minute power play coming out of that. Todd: Right. Josh: It's it's pretty interesting at the NHL level and others that penalty just disappears. It never happened. The the guy doesn't have two minutes associated with any infraction. He doesn't serve any time in the box; the entire penalty isn't even recorded. At the USA Hockey level, it is recorded but not served. So I think it's interesting. I mean, I've rallied before in the past to say they should consider at least booking the guy for the two minutes and making him sit in the box even if you don't give the team a man advantage, but I think this is the most honest way to do it. The delayed penalty isn't a power play. It's an opportunity where the other team can't touch the puck, so it it definitely comes to a benefit to the attacking team. They get to pull the goaltender, they get to maintain possession. So there there's definitely a benefit there, but I've always been amazed that it offsets the power play there. And again I think this is just try to keep balance and keep scoring down, but now you're going to see more scoring because not only will you score on the delayed penalty… or if you do, you'll still get a 2 minute power play. Todd: I like it. I think it's a a good idea and the other one that's being implemented by the Champions League is that a short handed goal erases a current minor penalty. If the team shorthanded scores, then their minor penalty will come to an end. I'm okay with this. I guess it's a bit of a ‘get out of jail' free card. Well, even more of a bonus than that, but I think it will encourage teams to maybe try stuff on the penalty kill. Josh: This is the most radical of them, right? Because everything up until now has been ‘Delayed penalty? You're still going to serve the time', ‘Other team scores? You're still gonna serve the time.' Well, your own team scores. Now you get out of jail free — so you worded it properly, Todd, I think that's exactly what it is. And this one's not looking at the change from a punishment standpoint. This is purely around goal scoring because you're you're hoping that you can get that team to stretch things out a little bit and think offensively, which could open scoring the other way and make those short handed teams a little less defensively conscious because now they want to score. They want to get that time back, especially if it's late in the game, you're trailing, you don't wanna wait out the whole 2 minutes. If you can get this goal, you can get back to even strength. So I think it's an interesting move. I think it's definitely the most radical of the ones that are coming in here and the one I'm curious to see what types of changes that makes to how teams approach being shorthanded and and what the power plays look like. And remember with those other changes, you will be shorthanded the entire time, so you've got that two minutes you can be scored on multiple times unless you do this to end your short handed situation by scoring a shorthanded goal. The combination of these three makes it really interesting. I feel like it's gonna take some time for teams and coaches to adapt to what the strategy is here and how best to take advantage of this and and how to work it properly. So I'm glad the Champions Hockey League is putting these in place, since these are ones that we've talked about at the North American hockey level and it's the right place to test it. It's this the specialty league. They have limited scope, limited teams, 24 teams this year coming in from all over Europe. So because of the way they're set up, I think it's a great proving ground to see how are these going to work when we first put them in place and then by the end of the season, is it still doing what we thought it would? Or have we seen things change dramatically? And you know what they then they take a break, they can change it for next year, but at least this is the right place where you can actually try that and see how it plays out before you implement it at a larger scale or at the AHL, ECHL, NHL level. Todd: I have one more that's been suggested, I think by a few people, but I think would be an interesting to be part of this experiment as well. If the team that has is getting the penalty has a choice between being on the man advantage for two minutes or taking a penalty shot. Josh: That's an interesting one. You know, we've, we've seen that come up before in discussions on especially late in game situations. Should it be a power play? Should it be a penalty shot? Todd: Right. Josh: In the past you look at penalty shot, success rate versus power play success rate and it's not that far off. I mean we've we've seen maybe the penalty shots are a little bit higher, but statistically speaking it's not a huge difference where you see a big swing there, I think it'd be interesting to give teams that option, especially when you've got the full 2 minutes because now. Do you want 2 minutes on the power play where you can score multiple times, or do you want one shot at a breakaway? In this situation, you know if you're trailing in the game, maybe that 2 minutes is valuable and you you'd rather have the penalty shot. Or maybe the opposite is true and you just wanna kill time off the clock and you'd rather have the two-minute power play. I think that'd be an interesting strategy driver there, too, Todd, on how do you approach it because now you've got a power play that could result in multiple goals, or you get to take the penalty shot, which is only one – uses no time on the clock – but do you think your team has a better chance on the penalty shot than on the power play? Interesting dynamic there. Another one where I think it takes time. You you'd have to put that in and coaches would figure out how best to make it work for their team. You know, if you're the Edmonton Oilers this past season, you're taking the power play every time. Some teams with limited success or with a really strong breakaway scoring player there, you might want to take the penalty shot and I think that it just changes things up from a strategy standpoint. Todd: Now you mentioned the downfall. Coaches ruin everything. 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