We continued our offseason interview series today on The DFO Rundown and today, Frank and Jason were joined by Jason Payne of the Cincinnati Cyclones, who is the only black Head Coach in North American Professional Hockey. Jason joined the show to talk about his path to becoming a Head Coach, his playing career, and how he's dealt with racism on his journey to where he is now. Before they got into their chat with Jason, they got into some of the big storylines from around the NHL and brought in Tyler Yaremchuk for a fresh edition of Buy/Sell!
In hour one. Lance talks to Bengals Radio Network color analyst Dave Lapham on the latest surrounding the team as the season-opener approaches. He then talks to Hamilton West Side Little League head coach Ken Coomer on their team's run to the Little League World Series championship game. To finish hoff hour one, Lance talks to the new head coach of the Cincinnati Cyclones, Jason Payne. IN hour two, Lance talks to the head coach of the Miami RedHawks, Chuck Martin, as they prepare to face the No. 8 Cincinnati Bearcats on Saturday in their season opener. Lance then talks to the owner of Bearcat Journal, Chad Brendel, ahead of UC"s season-opener Saturday against Miami (OH) and his thoughts on UC joining the Big 12 as an expansion team. He finishes off hour three by talking to Jill Brinck of Cancer Free Kids. In hour three, lance talks to Tim and Arlis Ludwig, a day after Arlis received Nick Castellanos's bat at the Reds game. Lance then talks about the small number of attendees at the Reds games against the Cardinals earlier this week.
It's Cut down day in the NFL. Find out who made the Bengals final 53 man roster for the 2021 season. Plus a College football writer picks the University of Cincinnati to make the college football playoffs, the Cincinnati Cyclones have a new head coach and we have to talk about Bishop Sycamore. HOW DOES THIS HAPPEN!?
Join us for a "very Cincinnati" episode of the Ohio Hockey Digest On Air podcast when we speak with Matt Thomas, the head coach of the Cincinnati Cyclones of the ECHL, new 'Clones broadcaster Andrew Mossbrooks and Jim Mitchell of the Cincinnati Jr. Cyclones - the newest members of the USPHL.
This week on the Original Sports Podcast we are excited to interview.Gilbert Dionne. Dionne is a Canadian former professional ice hockey left winger who played six seasons in the National Hockey League from 1990–96. Dionne played Quebec International Pee-Wee Hockey Tournaments with a minor ice hockey team from Drummondville.Dionne was drafted 81st overall by the Montreal Canadiens in the 1990.He joined the Canadians in the 1991-92 season scoring 21 goals and 34 points in only 39 games, and another 7 points in 11 playoff games he would end up being named on the NHL All-Rookie Team.In his second season Dionne appeared in 75 games for Montreal scoring 48 points. Additionally, he contributed in the play-offs with 12 points in 20 games as the Canadiens won the Stanley Cup.In the 94-95 season he started quietly so he was part of a trade package to the Philadelphia Flyers for Mark Recchi. He then moved on to the Florida Panthers minor league affiliate the Carolina Monarchs Overall, he played 223 career NHL games, scoring 61 goals and 79 assists for 140 points.After several more years in the AHL as a star, Dionne ended up his career in Germany for two years.His jersey number (21) was retired by the Cincinnati Cyclones of the East Coast Hockey League on December 2, 2006, in recognition of "Gilbert Dionne Day".We will talk with Gilbert about playing since he was young, being the brother of an NHL legend Marcel Dionne and what it was like winning a Stanley Cup early on his career. We will find out exactly what sets the ECHL apart from the NHL and the difference between playing hockey for a canadian team apart from an American team. For our “We Just Gotta Know” segment we will have Gilbert share some of the top goalies he faced in his career at any level. You can find Gilbert On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/gilbert.dionne.94 =========================== CONNECT WITH US =========================== Check out our websites, apps and much more: https://www.originalsportspodcast.com/ Like our Facebook pagehttps://www.facebook.com/OSPwithMMJoin the conversation on Twitter https://twitter.com/OSPwithMMFollow us on Instagram pics https://www.instagram.com/originalsportspodcast Reach out to us on Snapchat at: OSPwithMMWatch our Tik Tok at: OriginalSportsPodcastSubscribe to our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVZuudj681oIAbnscyHBa0g?view_as=subscriber=========================== Feel free to let us know if you have any comments or questionsBy emailing us at: OriginalSportsPodcast@gmail.comAudio Engineer: Shawn AntkowiakVideo Engineer: Angela AntkowiakVoice intro: Matt NobleIntro and outro music provided by Ryan Benton and Preston HarperSocial Media Manager: William FranciscusWebMaster : Terri MaradeiJoin us each week to Experience the “O” on the Original Sports Podcast!!!
LIFE AFTER HOCKEY PODCAST - EPISODE 13 - KEITH SEABROOK Keith was born in Delta, BC & played his junior hockey with the Calgary Hitmen before being drafted by the Washington Capitals 52nd overall in the 2006 NHL Entry Draft. Keith went on to a 5-year pro career that included stops with the Abbotsford Heat, Manitoba Moose, San Antonio Rampage & Rockford IceHogs, in the AHL & the the Cincinnati Cyclones & Stockton Thunder of the ECHL. He also played one year in Italy with the Val Pusteria Wolves in the Serie A league. After retiring from hockey he co-founded the Cavalier fine jewelry shop in the Gastown district of Vancouver, BC with his good friend Dane Stevens. Website: www.cavaliergastown.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/cavaliergastown Instagram: @cavaliergastown HockeyDB: www.hockeydb.com/ihdb/stats/pdisplay.php?pid=80325 Elite Prospects: www.eliteprospects.com/player/10656/keith-seabrook ____________________________ The Life After Hockey Podcast, hosted by former professional hockey player Brad Leeb. Conversations with former pro hockey players about their Life After Hockey journeys. New Episodes Every Saturday on The Hockey Podcast Network. Follow Brad Leeb on Instagram & Twitter @bradmleeb ____________________________
My guest on this episode of Nobody’s Safe w/Brady Laber is Dennis “Wildman” Walker who started with WEBN 102.7 FM in Cincinnati back in 1983 and was a full time member of the morning show crew called the Dawn Patrol from 1985-2011. Wildman has written a book called Wild Man: The Book with co-author Gerry Schultz. He has organized a book signing tour and the initial schedule is at the bottom of this section. Wildman was first noticed by WEBN disc jockey Michael Luczak in 1983 while he was collecting money to fly a banner over Riverfront Stadium. Wildman, like many fans, was disgruntled about the performance of Reds general manager Dick Wagner and arranged to have airplane fly over the stadium with a banner that said, “Pete Rose Forever… Dick Wagner never.” When Wagner was fired days later, the folks at WEBN realized Wildman’s role and decided to hire him as a freelancer collecting postgame soundbites to be used for the sports reports. After two years, Wildman is hired full-time at WEBN in 1985 as a member of the Dawn Patrol. The Dawn Patrol was the name morning drive-time talent and for over two decades was the top rated group in the city. Wildman also talks about how he was given the Wildman moniker which of course is really just an exaggeration of his true personality. This persona was exactly what WEBN was looking for when it came to their sports guy was it was a perfect storm leading to Wildman joining the team. We talk about the personal relationships that Wildman has developed and has continued to maintain of the years with some of the top sports personalities in the Cincinnati sports scene. It’s no secret that the “Hit King” Pete Rose was Wildman’s favorite baseball player. He talks about how it all started for his fandom of Pete when he first met him collecting autographs as a kid at Crosley Field. Another guy Wildman developed a great friendship with was former University of Cincinnati Bearcats head basketball coach Bob Huggins. We talk about an interaction he had with “Hugs” in the media room at Northern Kentucky University after the Norse played against West Virginia. This leads into a great discussion about Wildman’s biggest claim to fame when he spent 61 days on a billboard vowing to never come down until the Bengals win a game. In addition to covering sports for WEBN, Wildman also had a chance to go to concerts and interview all of the top Rock n’ Roll acts of the time. He talks about some of those interesting interactions. Wildman is also a very accomplished public address announcer and one of his highest profile jobs was for the Cincinnati Cyclones hockey team. He spent 20 years with the team that won two Kelly Cups Championships. Before going to the Cyclones, he was the PA announcer for NKU men’s and women’s basketball teams in the 1980’s. He remembers how the women’s team had a legit chance of winning the NCAA Division-II championship but an injury to star player Melissa Wood derailed that season. We talk about him attending games with his buddies known as the “Rail Gang.” One of their favorite players was John “Moose” Campbell who played for the Cincinnati Slammers of the CBA. They were also able to meet Phil Jackson and Cazzie Russell while going to Slammers games and jeering the visiting team. While still working at WEBN, Wildman got his first taste of hosting a sport talk show on AM Talk Radio 1360. Wildman goes into detail about the end of the Dawn Patrol and his release from WEBN. He doesn’t pull any punches as he describes how one of the popular drive time morning shows in Cincinnati radio history came to an end. He talks about the original lineup with Eddie Fingers, Robin Wood and Bob the Producer and what they mean to him. After WEBN, Wildman stays in radio transitioning full-time to sports talk radio. His main two stops were 1160-AM Real Talk and Class X Radio. Now in what he describes as semi-retirement, Wildman stays busy as a PA announcer for both Seven Hills and Indian Hill High School. Recently, Joe Danneman (https://twitter.com/FOX19Joe) from Fox 19 did a feature of Wildman in action. Click here (https://www.fox19.com/2021/02/24/long-time-cincinnati-personality-back-behind-mic/) to see that story. Finally we go into some detail about his newly release book Wild Man: The Book. He teases a story about an incident between him and former Reds pitcher Danny Graves that developed into a full fledged feud between the two that is far from settled. Below is the schedule of his upcoming book signings: Saturday, March 13 - MVP Sports Bar in Silverton - 5-8 Saturday, March 20 - Legends in Hamilton - 7-10 Saturday, March 27 - Substation II in Florence, KY - Noon-3 Saturday, April 3 - Fairfield Pub in Fairfield - 7-10 Saturday, April 10 - Dee Felice in Covington, KY - 6-8 Friday, April 16 - Eagles #407 Hall in Hamilton - 7-10 Saturday, April 17 - Rick’s Tavern in Fairfield - 7-10 Saturday, May 8 - Washington Platform in Downtown Cincinnati - 7-10 Saturday, May 15 Hometown Heroes in Dayton KY - 7-10 Saturday, May 22 Cincy Shirts in Hyde Park - 2-5 Saturday, June 26 Cherry Grove Lanes, Beechmont Avenue - 12:30pm-3:30pm Cost of the book is $19.99 and Wildman will personally autograph it for you. You can follow Brady Laber on Twitter @BradyLaber1 (https://twitter.com/BradyLaber1) please use the hashtag #NobodysSafe Check out the Nobody’s Safe website at nobodysssafe.fireside.fm (https://nobodysssafe.fireside.fm) For more information on Stove Leg Media go the website StoveLeg.com (https://www.stoveleg.com) or send an email to Podcasts@stoveleg.com Intro music for the podcast was provided by bensoud.com (https://www.bensound.com)
On this week's episode of Bear Tracks, host Jesse Liebman catches up with Chuck Weber, who started as a ticket sales representative with RDV Sports in the 1990s before becoming the IHL Solar Bears' video coach and eventual assistant coach on the 2001 Turner Cup championship before embarking on a coaching career that has included two Kelly Cup championships with the Cincinnati Cyclones, an EIHL playoff championship with the Coventry Blaze and his current role as an assistant coach with R.P.I.
WE APPRECIATE EACH AND EVERY ONE OF YOU! If you wouldn't mind please go leave us a review on Apple Podcasts! Thanks! HOPE EVERYONE HAD A GREAT CHRISTMAS! Welcome back to Episode 103 of On the Spot Sports and in today's episode we have a very special guest, current first year pro, Sean Giles! Sean currently is in his first year in the East Coast Hockey League (ECHL) for the Cincinnati Cyclones! Sean and I talk about him growing up as a hockey player and his journey through the NAHL, NCAA Division I hockey for Robert Morris University in Pennsylvania and some of his expectations going into year 1 of pro hockey! We also talk about his podcast, Adversity University and the origins behind it! We hope you guys enjoy this episode!! Thank you Sean for coming on the show! I had a blast! Follow us on Instagram @on_the_spot_sports and take a listen on YouTube, Spotify and Apple/Google Podcasts @ On The Spot Sports Get $25 off our guy Jamie Phillips Nutrition book for Hockey Players with the discount code "ONTHESPOT" on victoremnutrition.com Living Sisu link: https://livingsisu.com/app/devenirmem... *BECOME A MEMBER TODAY* Adversity University: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzEeE_LxaImU5lcuvLaikeg
Brady and John pick up their conversation talking about John’s time as a sports talk radio show personality. It begins innocently enough when John is catering food to the station and ends up with him getting on the air. John gives credit to Mark Amazon and Dennis “Wild Man” Walker for giving him his break. He also talks about some debauchery that takes place in the studio thanks to The Wild Man. Through his friendship with Wild Man, John was able to also fill-in as the public address announcer for local hockey team the Cincinnati Cyclones (https://cycloneshockey.com). Also, Mark Amazon helped get John the full-time public announcing job for a minor league basketball team in town known as the Cincinnati Stuff. In 2012, Brady actually hired John to be the play-by-play announcer for the Cincinnati Steam (http://cincinnatisteam.com/view/cincinnatisteam) of the Great Lakes Summer Collegiate League (http://greatlakesleague.org/view/greatlakesleague). The Steam is a team comprised of college players in a wood-bat league that plays its home games on The Westside at Western Hills High School. Brady and John fondly reminisce about all the great people that contribute to the day-to-day operations of the team. This conversation can’t happen with talking about the man who was the heartbeat of the organization, the late great Max McLeary. Some of the highlights of John’s career included call two triple plays, a 23-game that was the second game of a double header, having his nephew Anthony Asalon play for the Steam and John singing God Bless America during the seventh-inning stretch on the Fourth of July. Click here (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q6iWgrJpt0Q) to hear John’s first triple play call from June 25, 2016 versus the Lake Erie Monarchs. Next we talk about some of John’s broadcasts partners over the years. While with the Steam John gave a high school kid a chance to do his first television game. John didn’t realize this kid really didn’t need his help but was still gracious enough to accept the invitation. That young man was Jac Collinsworth who now works for ESPN and NBC Sports. Brady asks John to talk about a couple of his broadcasts partners over the years Denny Wright and Andrew Kappes. Wright is a long-time broadcaster for both Thomas More and Northern Kentucky University. Kappes, who is currently the number-two broadcaster for the Indianapolis Indians (https://www.milb.com/indianapolis), got his start as a student at NKU. John talks about some of the difficult vantage points to call games for a broadcasts. Many people assume the media have luxurious press box facilities, and sometimes that’s true, but most times it is not even close to being ideal. John shares some of the unusual accommodations provided for a professional broadcast. We wrap up the conversation where John talks about his current project which is a podcast detailing the American Professional Baseball Association. You can follow “Johnny A” on Twitter @john_asalon (https://twitter.com/john_asalon) and catch his podcast The Week in APBA Anchor preview. Click here (https://anchor.fm/john-asalon) to listen to the podcast. You can follow Brady Laber on Twitter @BradyLaber1 (https://twitter.com/BradyLaber1) please use the hashtag #NobodysSafe Check out the Nobody’s Safe website at nobodysssafe.fireside.fm (https://nobodysssafe.fireside.fm) For more information on Stove Leg Media go the website StoveLeg.com (https://www.stoveleg.com) or send an email to Podcasts@stoveleg.com Intro music for the podcast was provided by bensoud.com (https://www.bensound.com)
Everett Fitzhugh was announced as the first African-American team broadcaster in the NHL when the Kraken tapped the voice of the Cincinnati Cyclones to join their crew. Fitzhugh talks how he wound up in hockey, interviewing Doc Emrick, finding his was to the NHL, why he listens to everybody throughout the season and more.
Broadcaster Everett Fitzhugh, recently hired by the Seattle Kraken, joins the pod to talk about his new gig and making the move to the NHL (11:30). It's an interesting conversation as Fitzhugh talks about family, being adopted and how that experience shaped him in life. He shares some important lessons provided by his mother and discusses being bullied in Detroit because he liked hockey. He also explains how his experience in the ECHL with the Cincinnati Cyclones has prepared him for this new journey as an NHL broadcaster. Cyclones assistant coach Jason Payne makes a surprise appearance to give the boys the inside scoop on Everett and explain what Kraken fans can expect. Before chatting with Fitzhugh, Akil and Elijah go at each other, this time it looks like E has a new nickname. Akil shares his new tattoo and Elijah talks about a star studded 3 on 3 tournament he has organized that is coming up. Oh yea, he also learns a new word.
When you least expect it, an awesome guest slides into this week's episode, as Everett Fitzhugh - recently named the Seattle Kraken's first broadcaster - joins the guys for a very fun conversation that you won't want to miss. In case you missed Everett's story this past week, he has quickly risen through the ranks from the ECHL's Cincinnati Cyclones, and now will fulfill his dream of working for an NHL franchise. He has been making national headlines as the only black play-by-play announcer in professional hockey, and his passion and enthusiasm will definitely brighten your day. Give him a listen! Also on the show this week, Darren argues that Phase 2 of the Draft Lottery was rigged (it wasn't), and John and Andy give some of their highlights from the Qualifying Round inside the NHL's bubble. Together, the guys also look ahead to the first round of the actual Playoffs, which are now under way. Segments this week include Re: Torts, Weekly One-Timers, and Tweets of the Week. SUBSCRIBE! ENJOY! REVIEW!
Ben Simon starred for the Shaker Heights Red Raiders and the Cleveland Barons of the NAHL before going on to play at Notre Dame and then a 11-year pro career that included time in the NHL with Atlanta and Columbus. As a coach, he guided the Cincinnati Cyclones to the Kelly Cup Finals and is now the head coach of the Grand Rapids Griffins of the AHL. Simon helped the Orlando Solar Bears win the IHL's Turner Cup in 2001 before hoisting the Calder Cup with the Chicago Wolves in 2002. He represented Team USA at both the 1997 and 1998 World Junior Championships, earning a silver medal in 1997. Former Bowling Green Falcon and two-time CCHA All-Academic Team member Dan Bylsma is a 2009 Stanley Cup champion and 2011 Jack Adams Award recipient who is in his second season as an assistant coach with the Detroit Red Wings. Bylsma served as head coach of the Pittsburgh Penguins from 2008-14. After taking over as Pittsburgh's head coach during the 2008-09 season, Bylsma guided the club to an 18-3-4 regular-season finish en route to defeating the Red Wings in the 2009 Stanley Cup Final. Bylsma who won the Jack Adams Award as the NHL's top coach in 2009-10, and owns a career mark of 320-190-55 as an NHL head coach. He also guided the Buffalo Sabres from 2015-2017, and was the head coach for Team USA at the 2014 Winter Olympics. As a player, Bylsma appeared in 429 NHL games with the Los Angeles Kings and Anaheim Mighty Ducks between 1995-04.
Jeff and Elliotte kick things off with word association, take some #Ask31 questions and finish it off with a surprise. Then, they are joined by two guests. Cincinnati Cyclones assistant coach Jason Payne talks about his lengthy hockey journey, his thoughts on what can be done to see more diversity behind the bench, racism he experienced during […]
Athletics have taken a hard hit from Covid-19. In this episode Cincinnati Cyclones athletic director Tim Murray discuss the impact it's had on the hockey team, what what the future might look like. You can find Tim on Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/timothy.m.murray.9 Find me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/youcanpoundthis/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AmandaValentineBites Website: http://amandavalentinebites.com/
Mike is a little too excited about the Reds heading to the playoffs after the Shogo signing, and there is no way Scott is going to be able to reel him in. The guys talk about Andy Dalton’s (most likely) last game in Cincinnati, UC beating BC in a nameless bowl game, and Xavier struggling to find an identity before doing that hockey with the Cincinnati Cyclones. Be sure to check out our sponsors: Dugout Mugs (http://dugoutmugs.online/craft) for one of a kind beer mugs and openers. Use our link for 10% off your entire order. Morning Recovery (www.morelabs.com) to be sure that a night of drinking doesn’t turn into an awful morning. Use the code SPORTS to get 20% off your non-subscription purchase.
As Ohio heads into Week Eight in High School Football, find out who's chasing the playoff spots in Southwest Ohio and Wayne County, Indiana. Along with all the football talk, the Cincinnati Cyclones have begun their 2019-2020 season, the Reds have picked up a left-handed pitcher, and the Frontier League makes a big splash for next season.
Cincinnati Cyclones Everett Fitzhugh loves hockey. The voice of the Cincinnati Cyclones talks about the team, minor league hockey in general, the arena situation, one day bringing an NHL team to town, and much more. Be sure to listen for the special promo code for 20% off near the end of the episode. Support the show my donating via PayPal or Venmo: firstname.lastname@example.org Find great Cincinnati vintage T-shirts, including defunct teams, stores, and other great places you remember, as well as apparel for Fiona the Hippo, FC Cincinnati, and baseball. Get social with us: Facebook: Cincy Shirts Official Facebook Page Twitter: Cincy Shirts Official Twitter Page Instagram: @CincyShirts Snapchat: @CincyShirts The Cincy Shirts Podcast theme is “Cincinnati” by Big Nothing who are actually from Philadelphia.
Defenseman Arvin Atwal signed with the Milwaukee Admirals back in July and is enjoying his time at Nashville Predators rookie camp. Atwal spent the previous three seasons with the Cincinnati Cyclones of the ECHL along with some time with the Rochester Americans of the AHL. Abigail Martin spoke with him following Nashville 3-2 OT win over the rookies of the Washington Capitals. Photo credit: Jay Ingersoll
From hockey playoffs, to soccer and baseball updates, it's all covered on a whirlwind on Episode 96! The Cincinnati Cyclones and Columbus Blue Jackets seasons are over, a firing and some trades are happening in our MLS teams, one local golf team wins a title, two baseball teams are battling, and College Baseball winds down. Also, the Mailbag debuts on the #LocalCinDaySports podcast!
After three weeks off Andy is back and is better than ever. Andy gives a recap of what happen since we have last left you. Andy recaps the finale of the NHL season for the Jackets and breaks down there performance in the first round against the Tampa Bay Lightning. Andy also breaks down Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Semifinals between the Jackets and Bruins. Andy also give his thoughts on the rest of the NHL playoffs and AHL playoffs as well. The Walleye get the job done by beat the Fort Wayne Komets and now battle the Cincinnati Cyclones in the Central Division Final and you’ll hear his prediction and the rest of the ECHL playoffs predictions as well. Andy talks about the Tigers woes and the Indians struggles. Andy also briefly discusses the NFL draft and a Andy Rants you can’t beat. All this and more on All Andy Alfred. We are back and taping the shows every Tuesday if you want to follow the show or leave a comment, tweet us at @AllAndyAlfred and follow the show as well.
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Do you like April Fools' Day? If you don't like being a fool, listen in to the #LocalCinDaySports podcast! On tap, find out how the Cincinnati Cyclones are doing in the chase for the Kelly Cup, your local Collegiate Baseball and Softball teams continue to battle, updates on the two Ohio MLS teams, a roster unveiling for the local minor league team, and much more!
After a week off Andy is back and boy does he have a lot on his mind. Andy reflects on the NHL trade deadline for the Jackets and his opinion on the matter and recap a horrible week for the CBJ. Andy also gives a update on the standings in the NHL and news and note around the league as well. Andy also pull out the rule book for the Walleye and breaks down there week as well as The Cincinnati Cyclones too. The Tournament is coming Andy shares his thoughts on Bowling Green possibility making the dance and other teams around the NCAA; as well as talking some wwe too. All this and more on All Andy Alfred. Follow the show on Twitter @AllAndyAlfred and use the #AAALive. More details to come on upcoming specials such as MLB preview show and a show in Columbus.
On this special edition of the #LocalCinDaySports podcast, Lee dives in to the 2019 Columbus District bracket for Ice Hockey, previewing all the teams and matches available in Central Ohio. Plus, Lee gives you an update on the area's ECHL team, the Cincinnati Cyclones.
Scott is off enjoying his honeymoon. But the show must go on. Mike is joined by guest co-host Kyle Steele (host of Loudmouth MMA and the Nicolas Cage Movie Review Hour). The fellas crack open some Boom Sauce by Lord Hobo Brewing while talking about Brew Dog looking to buy the Columbus Crew, Oscar De La Hoya doing a 180, Walmart trolling the Falcons, Braxton Brewing catching unnecessary flack, the Cincinnati Cyclones channeling their inner Gordon Bombay, and Bama fans going crazy in the streets. Mike and Kyle discuss Colin Kaepernick getting the Citizen of the year, Conor McGregor getting coked up, and the deadly effects of boomerangs. We discover that, even without Scott, Mike is a white motherfucker.
December 26, 2016 #YaJagoffPodcast / Episode #052 From the Wheeling Nailers Game with the Wheelin’ Feelin’ Our first podcast road trip... from WesBanco Arena and the Wheeling Nailers game with some stocking stuffer chit-chat just before the game against Cincinnati. Guests: Sarah Aziz from the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust with First Night updates and prizes, Wheeling Nailers Coach (former Pens player) Jeff Christian, West Virginia House of Delegates Rep. Shawn Fluharty, and then Kelly Clutter (VP of Marketing, Wheeling Nailers, Brian Stefan (Co-owner of Sports Monger and Marketing Media) and Andrew Grimm (Hockey writer for Sports Monger) join us for stocking-stuffer chat! VIEW the Episode Promo Video: https://youtu.be/-msiSF3c9Zo LISTEN to the Podcast show right here below or on iTunes, Apple Podcasts, Google Play Music, Stitcher Radio, Soundcloud, Overcast, Pocket Casts, and Tunein Radio via the “Pittsburgh Podcast Network” channel. YaJagoff! Podcast - Show Notes: Music: West Virginia Band, Davisson Brothers Band “Jesse James” 01:09 Wayne Weil packed up the podcast gear and we hit the road! We are in the lobby of WesBanco Arena just before the Nailers game against the Cincinnati Cyclones. You won’t hear it on the podcast but, between periods 1 and 2 we went on the ice to judge the ugly sweater contest! Everyone tells a stocking stuffer story! 03:43 Sarah Aziz, Pittsburgh Cultural Trust goes through the AWESOME list of events for Highmark Pittsburgh First Night (including telling the inside info about where the smart phone charging stations will be) 12:43 The head coach of the Wheeling Nailers, Jeff Christian, has a stocking stuffer story, great chat about his friendship with Bill Guerin and his tips for Craig’s boys playing knee hockey at home! 24:05 West Virginia Delegate, Shawn Fluharty joins us. Shawn has an awesome vision for growth in the Wheeling area AND bought us a beer (which Craig spilled). 34:01 Kelly Clutter, Brian Stefan and Andrew Grimm (our gracious hosts and connections to nachos and beer) have stocking stuffer stories. You can hear Andrew’s tie sing! Big thanks to the Wheeling Nailers organization and Sports Monger (Did You See That Now) for having us and actually allowing us in the building! Definitely make a point to go see some Wheeling Nailers games! See Andrew’s write-up about the game here. Find daily #Jagoffs posts at www.YaJagoff.com How to Listen Regularly: All shows on the “Pittsburgh Podcast Network” are free and available to listen 24/7/365 worldwide. Audio On-Demand in-your-hand, on smartphone, tablet, laptop and desktop computers. – APPLE users can find us on the iTunes and Podcast app. – ANDROID users can find us on Google Play Music, – ALL users can listen on computers, tablets, and smartphones via RSS, SoundCloud, Stitcher Radio, Overcast, Pocket Casts or tune in radio, website or apps. * SEARCH: Pittsburgh Podcast Network iTunes • Google Play Music • SoundCloud • tunein radio • RSS • Website Thanks, To: Photo Credits: The Pittsburgh Podcast Network Production: Frank Murgia and Wayne Weil How to Follow Everyone on Twitter: The Podcast@YaJagoffPodcast John Chamberlin@YaJagoff Craig Tumas@CraigTumas John Knight@JKnight841 Wheeling Nailers @WheelingNailers Brian Stefan @GolfMonger Jason Havelcka @SportsMongerPgh Davisson Brothers Band @DavissonBroBand First Night Pittsburgh @FirstNightPGH Coach Jeff Christian @JeffChristian72 Shawn Fluharty @WVUFLU Andrew Grimm @AGrimm2 Pittsburgh Podcast Network@PghPodcast Produced at talent network, inc. @talentnetworktv by the Pittsburgh Podcast Network @pghpodcast
At the age of 11 Angela Sue Cheslock gave her first performance and it's been non stop ever since. She has competed in many local contests and some nation wide. In 2011 Angela was featured on season ten of American Idol where her group performed with Steven Tyler and the 2011 runner up, Lauren Alaina. She was also a part of the new reality television show the Glee Project where she placed in the top 20.From a young age Angela knew she was meant to be in music, she spent much of her time performing in anything she could from musical groups to sporting events. She has performed the National Anthem and God Bless America at various sporting events including Cincinnati Cyclones, Cincinnati Reds, The National Tractor Pull, and many hometown events. In high school her vocal ensemble group, The Madrigals were invited to sing at the Ohio Music Education Association where she was recognized as one of the featured soloist.In August of 2010 Angela moved to Nashville to attend Belmont University in the Commercial Voice program, and continues to reside in Nashville to further pursue her career. Angela is very passionate about country music and pursues her career in every way. She can be found on YouTube with her own music videos, and is also featured in the popular TSwifted video.Angela is currently working on releasing a new single, which is due to be released early September. Keep on the look out for new projects and shows!
As Ohio heads into Week Eight in High School Football, find out who's chasing the playoff spots in Southwest Ohio and Wayne County, Indiana. Along with all the football talk, the Cincinnati Cyclones have begun their 2019-2020 season, the Reds have picked up a left-handed pitcher, and the Frontier League makes a big splash for next season. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/the-gem-on-the-queens-crown-the-cincinnati-and-dayton-sports/donations