As Stevie Nicks so hauntingly sang: time makes you bolder, even [hockeys] get older, and I'm getting older too. Join us this week as we discuss Dion Phaneuf's retirement and the complicated feelings that brought on, Covid and the NHL, the reality check of watching the Leafs with a Sens fan, and play an absolutely horrifying game of Leafs Would You Rather that Liz has yet to recover from. Sorry Auston, I said what I said.
+++ Bully #072 +++ Diese Woche starten die Qualifikationen zu den Paralympics 2022 in Beijing. Darüber müssen wir natürlich reden. Und das tun wir mit Bernhard Hering. Der ist nämlich NAtionalspieler und ist auch bei diesem Qualifikationsturnier dabei. Mit Helmut reden wir im Outro noch über die Toronto Maple Leafs Doku auf Amazon, Dion Phaneuf und Rick Nash. Und wie ist das jetzt mit den TV-Rechtend er NHL hier in Deutschland? Dazu legen wir das aktuelle Video der Hockeymarshals ans Herz: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aNSeUAwcBSk Unsere Musik kommt heute von Suspectre und dessen Song "Inner Haste". Ein Traum von Song! Vergesst bitte alle nicht an unserem Gewinnspiel teilzunehmen. Alle Infos dazu findet ihr hier: https://bullyicehockey.wordpress.com/2021/11/22/das-bully-gewinnspiel/
Welcome to another episode of the Post to Post Podcast! This week we talk about Thatcher Demko's delay of game call, the new Hockey Hall of Fame Inductees and a crazy walkout that happened with the Omaha Lancers of the USHL!
On this episode, we break down all the events that have transpired over the last couple weeks in Vancouver and why their team is so bad and who's fault it is and much more. Here's a detailed breakdown of this week's episode: Who and what is the problem with the Vancouver Canucks? (3:00) Has media finally accepted that the Montreal Canadiens aren't good? (22:00) The Islanders cold start (26:00) The Edmonton Oilers suck without McDavid and Draistaitl on the ice... Can stars carry their team in the NHL? (32:00) Dion Phaneuf's legacy (45:00) The Penguins are sold to Fenway Sports Group... what might this mean for them? (49:00) Our thoughts on the 2020 HHOF inductees (53:00) Sens COVID outbreak and what it might mean for the Olympics (1:02:00) Let us know what you thought on Instagram @talkinghockey and @talkinghockeypodcast Follow us on Twitter: @_TalkingHockey_ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On this episode of The Chris Johnston Show, the Vancouver Canucks continue to struggle and Jim Benning meets with the media (00:00), NHL postpones 3 Ottawa Senators games due to COVID-19 (09:30), Connor McDavid comments on John Tortorella (14:00). Troy Terry and the Anaheim Ducks are off to an extremely hot start (21:00), the NHLPA has begun investigating the Kyle Beach situation (23:00), Dion Phaneuf officially retires from the NHL (25:00), where will the Arizona Coyotes play next year? (33:00), and this week's Stick Taps (34:00). Originally aired: November 18, 2021 Visit https://sdpn.ca for merch and more. We've joined The Athletic and you can too! Hit the link to subscribe: https://theathletic.com/hockeypod Visit this episode's sponsors: https://www.audacy.com/thedailytip/podcasts/betmgm-tonight-live-58256 https://betmgm.com/ Follow us on Twitter: @ReporterChris & @JkaMckenzie
Wyatt Danowski joins as a co-host to discuss a wide range of topics that inevitably all seem to find their way to a unifying negative core. We discuss Leon Draisaitl getting no respect despite being on pace for a single season goal scoring record, the Jack Eichel trade, big trouble in little Chicago (cont'd.), other teams off to crappy starts, how long it will take for the Canucks to finally clear house, Dion Phaneuf retiring, the most disappointing new player additions of the year thus far, and the most surprising new player additions of the year thus far.
Listen to the newest Agent Provocateur right now! (00:00), could the post-lockout Leafs beat the 2021 Tampa Bay Lightning (04:00), is Jack Campbell a top ten all-time Leafs goalie (11:00), Kyle Dubas trades for Kyle Clifford (20:30), dissecting the complicated legacy of Dion Phaneuf's time as captain of the Leafs (26:00), Steve's relationship with Jarome Iginla (49:00), the Staples Center in Los Angeles will be renamed Crypto.com Arena (54:00), and the Your Team is Done Awards are coming in two weeks (1:19:00). Watch the full episode here: https://youtu.be/krKExoDRtgc Visit https://sdpn.ca for merch and more. We've joined The Athletic and you can too! Hit the link to subscribe: https://theathletic.com/sdp Visit this episode's sponsors: https://betmgm.com/ https://betterhelp.com/SDP Follow us on Twitter:@Steve_Dangle, @AdamWylde, & @JesseBlake Follow us on Instagram:@SteveDangle, @AdamWylde, & @Jesse.Blake Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Former Leafs head coach Randy Carlyle joins JD, Blake and Ailish to chat about coaching Dion Phaneuf, what defines Dion when he thinks of the defenceman, whether fans and the media missed anything from the outside, the growth of Morgan Rielly, coaching Phil Kessel, Ryan Getzlaf scoring his 1000th career point and whether he could be considered for Team Canada (1:10). To finish, Hurricanes defenceman Jake Gardiner talks about being Dion Phaneuf's teammate, what it was like dealing with the Toronto fanbase, Morgan Rielly's extension and what it was like to play with him, Frederik Andersen's play in Carolina, and how Jake is recovering from recent surgeries (24:40). The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Media Inc. or any affiliate.
Colby Armstrong stops by to reflect on Dion Phaneuf's time with the Leafs and the possibility of Dion being involved with the organization post-retirement, before touching on the Leafs' win over the Preds, questions he has about Toronto, Nick Ritchie struggling to find his way, and the potential for Jack Campbell to make the US Olympic team (1:08). Next, James Sharman discusses Cyle Larin's two-goal performance for Team Canada vs. Mexico and where he ranks all-time amongst the top Canadian players on the men's side, how those in the international soccer community might view the icy, wintery conditions in Edmonton, his confidence level in Canada qualifying for the World Cup, and the team's depth (29:28).The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Media Inc. or any affiliate.
Which song is considered the Ultimate All Time song?? Dentists and Doctors may be gearing up for a battle. Dion Phaneuf retires from the Ice while CDN Soccer plays on it. More Randumb Facts...and be careful who you borrow a sex toy from!
Some thoughts on Dion Phaneuf who retires from the NHL. PK Subban gets his skates caught up with opponent...again. We discuss the need for harsher NHL discipline. More on the Hockey Hall of Fame induction ceremonies; the Blue Jays Re-Sign pitcher Jose Berrios and three Jays are up for awards this week.
The Toronto Maple Leafs blank the Preds 3-0 in Toronto. Mike DiStefano is joined by Anne K of Locked on Preds to break down the game. He also gives his 3 stars of the night and gives his thoughts on Dion Phaneuf's retirement announcement and reflects on his time in Toronto. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. Shopify Go to Shopify.com/lockedonnhl for a FREE fourteen-day trial and get full access to Shopify's entire suite of features. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Justin Bourne helps Gord and Brent break down the Leafs' 3-0 win over the Preds (1:57). Then the guys chat about the Leafs honouring Dion Phaneuf, and reflect on the defenceman's time in Toronto (12:15). To finish, we hear from Auston Matthews, and Gord and Brent touch on Nick Ritchie's play (29:08).The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Media Inc. or any affiliate.
Hour 1 of a Tuesday on OverDrive with Bryan Hayes, Jeff O'Neill & Jamie McLennan as the guys look back on last night's Monday Night Football game & chat about Dion Phaneuf's retirement announcement. Dion joins the boys to chat about the announcement and whether he has any regrets regarding Salute Gate. Plus we discuss the Jose Berrios extension with the Jays & whether it means the team is out on Robbie Ray.
Longtime NHLer & former Maple Leaf Dion Phaneuf joined the OverDrive guys earlier today following the official announcement of his retirement earlier today. He touched on that, his time with the Leafs, Salute Gate & his former teammate Phil Kessel's iron man streak.
Nick Kypreos and Justin Bourne share their thoughts on Dion Phaneuf after the defenceman officially announced his retirement today (00:15). Former NHLer and current Sportsnet NHL analyst Jason York shares a story about Phaneuf, before breaking down the impact of the Ottawa Senators' COVID-19 outbreak, and his standouts from the Toronto Maple Leafs early on (20:37). The guys are then joined by Producer Sam to share their thoughts on the future of sports gambling, Sheldon Keefe's comments, and ideas for the IIHF to alter the game of hockey (41:00).The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliates.
In the second hour of Game Play, Matt Cauz talks to Lead Maple Leafs Reporter at Toronto Hockey Now, Scott Cullen, about tonight's matchup between the Predators and Leafs and his thoughts on Dion Phaneuf's legacy in Toronto. Then Matt is joined by TSN soccer analyst Steven Caldwell live from Edmonton to preview Canada's huge World Cup qualifier against Mexico.
Wayne Scanlan joins the show to chat about the COVID-19 situation in Ottawa and how the season has gone for the Senators (1:11). Next, Dion Phaneuf stops by and talks about his career after officially announcing his retirement (14:55). To wrap, Hall of Fame broadcaster Rick Peckham talks about his favourite broadcasting moments and coming out of retirement to fill in for long-time friend Pete Weber on the Predators broadcast (29:30).The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Media Inc. or any affiliate.
In the first hour of Game Play, Matt Cauz gets into Dion Phaneuf's legacy with the Maple Leafs and why the boos should be reserved for the Leafs' management of the time and not Phaneuf. Then Matt is joined by TSN Blue Jays reporter Scott Mitchell to break down Jose Berrios' seven-year extension with the Jays and how it impacts the rest of the offseason for Ross Atkins and Mark Shapiro.
Former Toronto Maple Leaf Peter Holland joins Leafs Lunch to talk about why Dion Phaneuf was the epitome of a great teammate and Captain, his presence on the ice, salute gate and if he got a bad rap in Toronto.
TSN Hockey Insider Darren Dreger joins Leafs Lunch to discuss Dion Phaneuf's time in Toronto and his career, Keefe reuniting Matthews and Marner ahead of the game against the Predators, and the Senators' games postponed amid a Covid outbreak.
Today on Leafs Lunch, Julia Tocheri and Mike DiStefano are joined by TSN hockey insider Darren Dreger to discuss Dion Phaneuf's time in Toronto and whether he was the right choice to be captain of the Maple Leafs. Then Julia and Mike talk to former NHLer Peter Holland about his time playing alongside Phaneuf in Toronto.
No guest today as Bob and John spend most of the podcast discussing the Toronto Blue Jays. The two analyze the $131M Contract extension the Blue Jays gave Jose Berrios, what this means when it comes to signing Marcus Semien and Robbie Ray and all of the other holes still left in the Jays roster. To end the podcast, we do a speed round of various topics in the sports world ranging from Canada's pursuit for the 2022 FIFA World Cup, the Los Angeles Rams, Dion Phaneuf's retirement announcement & the Toronto Raptors.
Daily Faceoff's Frank Seravalli stops by to give his thoughts on the news that Dion Phaneuf will be announcing his retirement, Phaneuf's comments on his "Salute-gate" regret, his legacy and where he ranks amongst Leafs captains (1:27). Next, Frank weighs in on the state of Jack Campbell contract negotiations with the Leafs, his Team USA candidacy, the Hall of Fame class of 2020 and who could get the call next year (9:46). Then the group chats more about Dion Phaneuf, and reads some of your texts (17:50). To wrap, the group discusses rumours that the Jays are bringing back José Berríos and read more of your Dion Phaneuf texts (33:15).The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliate.
The group sifts through your texts, and talks about Sheldon Keefe shaking up the lineup, Alex Kerfoot's play, John Tavares getting back to being a triggerman, what happens if Nick Ritchie doesn't figure things out on the top-line again, the growth of Sandin and Liljegren, Travis Dermott's future, and the news that Dion Phaneuf will be announcing his retirement (2:58). Then Ty Dunne, Go Long newsletter, stops by to break down the 49ers' MNF win, and the state of the Rams after the team's second straight loss (35:35).The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliate.
Brady is joined by his former teammate Ian White. Before breaking into the NHL, White was a star for the Swift Current Broncos. Leavold's first shift ever in the WHL saw White in an unfamiliar centre position coming off an injury. White went on to have a succesful NHL career before falling into some of his own demons. Now he is ready to share his story. Don't miss it! Ian White (born June 4, 1984) is a former Canadian professional ice hockey defenceman who played over 500 games in the National Hockey League. In a career spanning parts of nine seasons, White suited up for the Toronto Maple Leafs, Calgary Flames, Carolina Hurricanes, San Jose Sharks and Detroit Red Wings. White was originally selected in the sixth round, 191st overall in the 2002 NHL Draft. White was drafted by the Swift Current Broncos of the Western Hockey League (WHL) in the fifth round, 89th overall, in the 1999 WHL Bantam Draft. His first season with Swift Current was fairly successful, as he scored 12 goals and 31 assists in 69 games, which placed him seventh on the team in scoring. The team finished the season first in their division. In White's second season with Swift Current, he fared much better, scoring 32 goals and 47 assists for 79 points in 70 games for second place on the team in scoring. This generated interest amongst NHL teams leading up to the 2002 NHL Entry Draft, where he was ultimately selected by the Toronto Maple Leafs in the sixth round, 191st overall. In 2002–03, White finished third on Swift Current in scoring with 24 goals and 44 assists for 68 points in 64 games, and was also named to the WHL's First All Star Team and the CHL's Second All Star Team. He then played for Canada at the 2003 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships in Halifax, Nova Scotia, where Canada finished second place to Russia. White was primarily the seventh defenceman and powerplay specialist for Canada, where he scored two goals and four assists for six points in six games. The following year, however, White broke his left ankle in late October 2004 and thereby could not be afforded a spot on the 2004 World Junior team. Professional White made his debut with the Toronto Maple Leafs during the 2005–06 season, scoring five points (one goal and four assists) in his first five career NHL games. That same season, White was named to Canada's Spengler Cup squad, which made it into the final against Metallurg Magnitogorsk, losing 8–3. White accumulated one goal in the tournament. In 2006–07, White scored three goals and 23 assists for a total of 26 points, leaving him tied for second in scoring among rookie defencemen. He spent much of the season playing with the hulking Hal Gill, giving rise to the nickname of "Barney and Fred" due to the almost full foot in height Gill has on White, as well as the massive weight difference. On January 31, 2010, White was traded, along with Jamal Mayers, Niklas Hagman and Matt Stajan, to the Calgary Flames in exchange for Dion Phaneuf, Fredrik Sjöström and prospect Keith Aulie. White re-signed with the Flames during the off-season on a one-year contract worth $2.99 million, but was traded, along with Brett Sutter, to the Carolina Hurricanes in mid-November in exchange for Tom Kostopoulos and Anton Babchuk. White played in 39 games for the Hurricanes, recording 11 assists before being dealt again three months later, this time to the San Jose Sharks in exchange for a second-round pick in 2012. He recorded an assist in his first game as a Shark and also recorded his first career Stanley Cup playoff point in Game 1 of the 2011 conference quarter-finals against the Los Angeles Kings. The following summer, White signed a two-year, $5.75 million contract with the Detroit Red Wings. He scored his first goal with Detroit on October 7 during a 5–3 victory over the Ottawa Senators, and finished with 32 points during the 2011–12 season. The following season, shortened because due to the 2012–13 NHL lockout, saw White's role with the Red Wings dramatically reduced; he appeared in only 25 of the team's 48 games and scored only four points. During 2012–13 lockout, White made controversial public comments about NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman, referring to him as "an idiot...[who has] done nothing but damage the game." White later expressed regret for making the remarks. Legal issues White was arrested and charged for impaired driving in 2005 and 2006, and later arrested again by Toronto police for driving while his license was suspended. On November 20, 2015, he was arrested at his home in Kenora, Ontario and charged with various weapons offences.
Constantly reinventing themselves to play various roles, actors are no strangers to the process of reinvention. Elisha Cuthbert reconnects with Arlene on this week’s episode to discuss how she stays grounded with values and family.Follow Arlene on Twitter.Follow Elisha on Twitter.
For decades the Special Olympics has been enriching the lives of Canadians with intellectual disabilities through sport. This year COVID-19 has had an impact not only on their programming, but also on crucial fundraising initiatives. This week we chat with Canadian tv and film actress Elisha Cuthbert about how she and her husband Dion Phaneuf are using running as a way to connect to their community and support the Special Olympics P.E.I. Learn more about The Shakeout Podcast and Canadian Running Magazine on our website https://runningmagazine.ca/category/shakeout-podcast/Follow The Shakeout Podcast on Twitter https://twitter.com/ShakeoutPodcastInstagram https://www.instagram.com/shakeoutpodcast/ andFacebook https://www.facebook.com/theshakeoutpodcast/Subscribe to our weekly show on Apple Podcasts https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/the-shakeout-podcast/id1224828899243
It's list time again! Nick and Eric break down the best players from the Ducks, Coyotes, Bruins, Sabres, and Flames. Some legendary names show up, and much to Nick's chagrin, we bring up one Dion Phaneuf #DoubleDion Like, Comment, and Subscribe. Follow us on social media: @toppair_pod (Twitter and Instagram) @ericcweinsteinn (Twitter and Instagram) @nmaxwell01 (Twitter) @NickJMaxwell (Instagram) @a1sportsnetwork (Twitter and Instagram) Producer Matt Weinstein @mattytredeuce
And we are back! Congratulations to the St. Louis Blues on their first Stanley Cup championship in franchise history! This week the boys discuss the summer offseason kickoff! - The Erik Karlsson and Kevin Hayes extensions with San Jose and Philadelphia - Jumbo Joe is coming back for one more year and how does the Justin Braun trade impact both San Jose and Philadelphia? - The buyouts of distinguished veterans Dion Phaneuf and Corey Perry -- could we see Perry in a Bruins uniform next season? - The hiring of Dallas Eakins as the Head Coach in Anaheim. Has he learned from his mistakes in Edmonton? - The Rangers make a trade with Winnipeg for Jacob Trouba and come away as big time winners - Predictions/analysis for the NHL Awards - Kevin has the floor to himself to analyze and talk about the Bruins Game 7 loss to St. Louis Don't forget to follow us on Facebook and Instagram (TwoFiveandTen) to stay up to date on all of the offseason news from around the league. -
THN's Steven Ellis, Ryan Kennedy and Ken Campbell discuss the Blues' Stanley Cup run and whether they have any chance to repeat (1:25), Erik Karlsson's contract extension with San Jose (6:23), Dallas Eakins' hiring in Anaheim (13:57) and Dion Phaneuf's buyout with Los Angeles. Then, Ryan focuses his future watch on WHL rookie Matt Savoy (22:17) and Ken gives his weekly hot take (27:49). Plus, they answer some mailbag questions (30:00).
The St. Louis Blues' win the Stanley Cup, defeating the dastardly Boston Bruins in Game 7 and they celebrated with one of the messiest Stanley Cup parades in history. Here's hoping it was the only Stanley Cup parade to feature a 'boot 'n rally'. Ryan, P Mac and a returning Geeta hunker down on a beautiful summer night at the palatial estate to look back at the Blues' memorable Cup victory. From the lovable team and incredibly good karma, it's hard not to be happy for St. Louis' first Stanley Cup in franchise history. They also look at the big Erik Karlsson signing in San Jose. Can he remain healthy to make the contract worthwhile? They also break down the Jacob Trouba trade that definitely speeds up the NY Rangers' rebuild. The Canucks released their "new" jerseys which the gang weighs in on. They also talk Dion Phaneuf's buyout, the "win now" Philadelphia Flyers and the flurry of NHL trades that took place this past week. Support the show on Patreon! Pledge a coupla bucks (or $5) and get instant access to all our bonus content. This week the gang gives a longtime PON listener some dating app advice after their years of trial and (mostly) error. Also, in the spirit of Father's Day, we discuss what annoys us about our dad's (who we still love very much!) Visit www.patreon.com/pucksonnet Follow us on Twitter and like us on Facebook
The LA Kings have bought out the remaining two years on Dion Phaneuf's contract. Following the announcement, Jack Jablonski joined host Jesse Cohen to discuss the move and what it means for the Kings moving foward. The pair also discussed the recently concluded NHL Final and what it means to have a champion that plays the style of the St. Louis Blues. Never miss an episode by subscribing to the podcast on iTunes or any other podcasting app. Subscription links and recent episodes can be found at LAKings.com/podcast.
With the end of the 2018-19 NHL season looming, rumors are swirling around all 31 teams. Host Jesse Cohen reached out to his father, a Kings fan for 30+ seasons, to address some of those rumors. The pair discuss the recent conversations regarding Patrick Marleau and Dion Phaneuf. They also answered questions from fans regarding the importance of coaching, roster construction and even the usefulness of the NHL Entry Draft. To ensure you never miss an episode of All The Kings Men, subscribe on iTunes or any other podcasting app. Subscription links and recent episodes can be found at LAKings.com/podcast.
The NHL has suspended Drew Doughty for Game 2 of the Kings/Knights series. The Royal Half joins host Jesse Cohen to react to the suspension, give his thoughts on Game 1 and evaluate the Kings chances in Game 2. In addition to that conversation, a report from Thursday morning practice where Cohen was able to speak to a handful of players and media. Subscribe on iTunes or any other podcasting app. Subscription links and recent episodes can be found at LAKings.com/podcast.
The LA Kings return to Southern California with eight points of a possible fourteen from their recent seven game road trip. Newly acquired Dion Phaneuf has three goals in four games. AJ Jakubec, of TSN 1200 Radio, joins host Jesse Cohen to let Kings fans know what to expect from the veteran blueliner. Subscribe on iTunes or any other podcasting app. Subscription links and recent episodes can be found at LAKings.com/podcast.
Steve and Craig shift their focus back to the Floors this week as they discuss whether the Flyers are good or the division is bad, the idea of Henrik Lundqvist being traded to Philly, and the possible destinations of several rental options. Plus, someone traded for Dion Phaneuf. What's up with that? The guys also pick out their favorite possible Seattle team name and proceed to talk about the all-time great band Bush. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The LA Kings lost to the Carolina Hurricanes on Tuesday night but it was the trade after the game that got all the news. Host Jesse Cohen briefly recaps the loss before giving his initial thoughts on the trade of Marian Gaborik and Nick Shore to Ottawa for Dion Phaneuf and Nate Thompson. Subscribe on iTunes or any other podcasting app. Subscription links and recent episodes can be found at LAKings.com/podcast.
On Episode 13, Paul Bissonnette aka @BizNasty2point0 joins the boys for the entire show and does not disappoint. He and Whits walk down Memory Lane from their time together in the AHL as well as the much better time they had in the NHL. Biz also talks about fighting's role in today's game, whether or not Dion Phaneuf is a pigeon, playing pro hockey in Wales, his toughest NHL fights, and much more. He also sticks around for #AskAMillennial and #AllRightHamilton. This is a packed episode, enjoy.