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General Manager of the Calgary Flames - BRAD TRELIVING - joins the podcast to chat with Bob and John. The three reflect on the Flames disappointing season last year, and discuss the roster moves Brad has made in the off-season to ensure it doesn't happen again. We talk about losing their captain to the Seattle Kraken in the Expansion Draft, their Goalie situation and more just in time for the beginning of the 2021/2022 NHL Season.
Kraken defensemen Mark Giordano joins the guys and talks joining the Kraken and all the excitement around training camp as the team prepares for expansion season. Mark chats his hockey journey - including a stint in the KHL - how he learned that the Kraken were selecting him in the Expansion Draft, getting to know his new teammates and the city of Seattle. Mark gives his thoughts on the 'prove it' attitude in the Kraken dressing room full of guys that were left unprotected for the Expansion Draft, being 37 years old and leading the bag skate, and his unique perspective on being one of the few vet players on a youthful team and much more. Coolbet Kris joins from Vegas and recaps the Ryder Cup and talks Stanley Cup winner odds. #AskRayandDregsAnything sees questions on the Isles 'gross' 13-game road trip to start the season, and which coach/gm is most on the hot-seat out of the gate with the '21-'22 campaign. This week's episode is presented by our title sponsor Infiniti, book your contactless test drive at Infiniti(dot)ca, by Coolbet (dot) co the free to play sports and casino games website, by our pals at Canadian Club Whisky, who are asking: 'Are You Over Beer?', by Boston Pizza, BP's Kids Cards are back now, and by Endy(dot)ca use code RD75 for $75 off your mattress order. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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In this episode, Ben discusses who the Oklahoma City Thunder should protect in an expansion draft, who gets left out. Under current regulations, the Thunder would have the ability to protect eight total players... needless to say, there are some difficult cuts. Download the DraftKings Sportsbook app now and use promo code TBPN to receive $200 in FREE bets when you place a one dollar bet on any week one NFL game. Must be 21 or older, NJ, IN, or PA only. Restrictions Apply. Gambling problem? Call 1-800-GAMBLER or in Indiana 1-800-9-WITH-IT.
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Episode 17 of soccer over Gotham. Thanks once again for listening. Hosts: Ruby and Gary On episode: Expansion draft preview. Who will we protect.? Recap our games against Chicago to see what we can learn from it. We interview Jonathan Tannenwald of the Philadelphia inquirer. As always, if you have any thoughts or questions, you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit us at soccerovergotham.com Thanks for listening.
Adam Murray and Andrew Riche, Place To Be Nation's NBA-Team, are here to get you over the off-season hump with a special project: What if the NBA added an expansion team right now? We set the basic rules based on money spent and roster size and eligible players, and create a brand new NBA roster… with some unexpected results! So suit up and take it out with this special edition of the NBA-Team!
On this episode of Clutch Crew Sports, the crew makes a hypothetical 4 team expansion immediately into the NFL. Team locations, names, logos, and head coaches are presented at the intro. Next, the crew drafts an 11 player starting defense from exposed players from other NFL teams. Tell us on Twitter @clutchcrewsport which expansion team you like the best! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/zach-conger/message
In The Crease is back after a summer break to bring you our thoughts on the Seattle Expansion draft and all of the signings and trades from the off-season so far. Follow us on Instagram: @inthecreasehockeypod Twitter: @inthecreasepod
On this episode of Clutch Crew Sports, the crew makes a hypothetical 4 team expansion immediately into the NFL. Team locations, names, logos, and head coaches are presented at the intro. Next, the crew drafts an 11 player starting offense from exposed players from other NFL teams. Find out what 4 quarterbacks will be taken for these new expansion teams, and tell us on Twitter @clutchcrewsport which expansion team you like the best! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/zach-conger/message
Meet Charlie Charlie Larson serves as the Vice President of Communications for The Milwaukee Admirals. The Admirals are a member of the American Hockey League, equivalent to AAA baseball for those who are trying to understand and serve as the farm team for the Nashville Predators of the NHL. Charlie has been working hard as of late launching a brand new website for The Admirals, premiering the brand new third jersey that The Admirals will be wearing this upcoming season, and the schedule is out preparing for puck drop on October 16 against the Grand Rapids Griffins at Panther Arena in downtown Milwaukee. On your LinkedIn, it looks like you went straight from college to working with the Admirals. How long have you been with The Admirals? I will celebrate 21 years on August 23. So I did work for a minor league baseball team, the Michigan Battle Cats, which are now defunct, and probably the worst run professional sports team in history! I'm not joking, it was a race to get your checks cashed because if you were last it might bounce. Luckily, I was making so little money $233 after taxes every two weeks as a full-time job, that it didn't really matter that much. But I had to send my checks back and I had to put it in along with the deposit slip, I'd sign my check, mail it to M&I bank in Milwaukee and they would deposit it. You couldn't just take a picture of your check and deposit anymore. I knew I wasn't going to be there for too long after a couple of days so I didn't want to get a bank there. So I kept M&I, which doesn't exist anymore. It was interesting without a doubt. So how often would that happen where checks would bounce and your counterparts would come in shaking their head and be like “Nope, this week's check isn't going.”? As far as I know, it never happened during the season when there was a little bit of cash flow. It was the offseason and I wasn't really there for much of any offseason. They were in the same league as The Wisconsin Timber Rattlers, who are now the Class A affiliate for the Brewers. Back then they were the Class A affiliate of the Seattle Mariners and I had worked for them as well the year before. It was a wide discrepancy. The Dayton Dragons hold the most consecutive sellouts in any minor league sport. They've sold on every single game since the year they were formed and they're in the Midwest League with The Michigan Battle Cats when I was there, and we averaged like 300 fans a game and could barely even function. It was just this weird discrepancy. But I'll tell you this, living in Michigan, a couple of times a year we would have firework games on Saturday nights so we get big crowds of about 5000 fans which would have bumped our average attendance up to close to 1000. They would buy their sodas and their bottles, and they would drop them under the stands and if you ever lived in Michigan, or if you've seen Seinfeld, you would know that you get 10 cents per bottle and I was making so little money and so were the grounds crews that we would go underneath the bleachers after those games, and it was so disgusting, but it didn't matter. Then we go across to the Meijer store and we throw them in the little chute where you exchange your cans and I come out there with like 100 bucks 125 bucks. It was great cause that's literally half of my paycheck! Did you know when you were at Ripon College that you wanted to get into the business side of sports? Not really. I was at the NCAA Division Three Tennis Tournament my sophomore year, and if you know, tennis tournaments, have a lot of downtime, right? I got to talking to the NCAA Rep there because the NCAA sends a rep to every church championship. This guy played basketball at Brown. Let me take a step back. I worked for the sports information director at Ripon so that was sort of my introduction. I liked it but whatever, I never thought about that as a career. Then I got talking to this NCAA rep and I was like this actually sounds pretty good. From there, I applied with her for a job with The Timber Rattlers as an intern and got that and spent my summer up there working like 80 hours a week. No pay, none! I loved it though, I was like, "This is what I want to do!" But at the time, the only school in the state of Wisconsin that offered sports management classes was UW Lacrosse. So Ripon didn't offer a sports management class much as a major. It was right at the beginning of sort of the sports boom if you will and I was a history major, philosophy minor. I tell kids all the time, it doesn't matter what you major in. Do what you want to do, find your love and you'll get if you have that passion for it, you'll find a way to make it work. How then, do you find your way to The Milwaukee Admirals? Honestly, it's as simple as my girlfriend at the time was living in Milwaukee. We had dated for three years at Ripon and I moved to Michigan, and she moved to Milwaukee and her mom was like, "What the heck is going on here?" So she was there and I was like, "Well if we're gonna if we're going to make a go at this, we could at least live in the same timezone," and so I just started emailing and calling all the teams and I had actually called The Admirals once, they said nothing's available and then I call them back and they said, "Oh, yeah, we've got a sales job open, send in your resume." I did and I interviewed some time, at the beginning, August, and I got offered the job a couple of days later, and then I started August 23. Was the league The Admirals played in called The AHL back then? It was the IHL. It would turn out to be the last year of the International Hockey League. It was an interesting time because both the IHL and the AHL developed players for the NHL, but the AHL had branded themselves as THE Developmental League. They weren't bringing in guys that were on the downsides of their NHL careers and that's what the IHL was doing. The IHL made some atrocious business decisions expanding all over the country. In the NHL lockout of 94-95, the IHL decided that they were going to replace the NHL and that they were going to compete with the NHL. That was a bad move because yeah, they had a TV contract and games run ESPN and it was cool at the time and San Francisco spiders, got some really cool jackets, but there was no vetting process for the ownership. It was just really about getting the initiation fee if you will and we'll go from there. There wound up being teams that were folding midseason, and it was bad news. By the year 2000, it was clear that the AHL, their business model was gonna win. Was that a fascinating time to be around the game where some of the IHL teams were folding? Yeah, so we had 11 teams in our league that year and six of those teams were absorbed into the American Hockey League. So it was us, Chicago Wolves, Grand Rapids Griffins, Houston Aeros, which no longer exists, Utah Grizzlies and they are now in the ECHL, and the Manitoba Moose. So now that those teams go into the AHL, and that's we've been there ever since. What did your job look like the first year working with The Admirals? So I was a Sales Account Executive and I did that for two years and then I was promoted to Director of Ticket Sales. Also, Jane Pettit, who is The Admirals owner and the greatest philanthropist the city of Milwaukee has ever known probably one of the greatest philanthropists ever died on September 9, 2001. This was the beginning of my second year, and it was almost fitting because two days later, September 11 happens and so her death was overshadowed and that's sort of the way I think she that she liked it, that's how she lived her life. She built so many buildings in Milwaukee, I mean think of all the buildings that have the name, Pettit or Bradley. So Jane dies and she leaves The Admirals in her estate and she leaves basically a set amount of money. So once we blow through that money, that's going to be about it. So when I started with the animals, we probably had 15 full-time people and by the time our current owner, Harris Turer bought the team in April of 200 we were down to four full-time employees. What's sort of a shame is those were the best teams that The Animals have ever had. We won tt Caler Cup in 2004 with six full-time people, and I was doing things that I had no business or idea what I was doing. It was literally flying by the seat of my pants. Where were The Admirals playing then? They were at the Bradley Center. So The Bradley center was built by the Pettits to attract an NHL team. Bradley is Jane Pettit's maiden name and she built the Bradley Center for 2 reasons; because The Bucks were gonna move because they were playing at The MECCA right which didn't have the revenue streams that they needed and because they wanted to lure an NHL team to Milwaukee. The Bradley Center when it opened in October of 1988 was the best arena in the country. The Bucks moved and The Admirals, it was a hockey game that started it. So the Edmonton Oilers vs. Chicago Blackhawks and The Admirals had been averaging about 3000 fans at the mecca they didn't know how this was going to go and so they've really been pumping Wayne Gretzky coming in. Wayne is coming in he's gonna play and in beginning August Gretzky got traded to Edmonton which is crazy because the Bradly Center had a contract that said Gretzky and a bunch of other big players had to play in the game. So they sold out the building and it was a spectacle. It was awesome, but it was like a real snake bit and Wayne was supposed to be there and he wasn't. Now coincidentally he did play next year. Wayne did come and play the next year as a member of the Kings. The Kings played the Blackhawks in a preseason game that year. So The Bradley center is where we were playing and the NHL team never happened for a couple of reasons. It's not because of the Blackhawks, everybody thinks it's because of the Blackhawks it is not because of the Blackhawks, so please get that out of your head! So we came into the league at the same time as Tampa Bay and we were up for expansion that same time as Tampa Bay and Ottawa and those were the two teams. Eventually, Milwaukee dropped out and a couple of other cities dropped out of the expansion bid and those are the only two teams left. So the NHL really only had the choice to give them to Tampa Bay and Ottawa. I think the admirals dropped out of the bidding in 1989, somewhere and there were a couple of reasons they did it. One was the expansion fee the NHL had pitched was $30 million and that's nothing compared to Seattle who just paid $600 million. But then The Animals General Manager had gone to Quebec City to see a Nordiques game, ostensibly to see sort of how they ran or how they were running their operations, and it was really because he was meeting with some of the owners on the expansion committee, and they told them like, "Hey our math is a very good and that $30 million expansion fee so sorry, it's actually $50 million." So basically doubling it. The Pettits had a lot of money and they could have paid it, but they also saw that the team was going to be really bad to start the year because the way they did the Expansion Draft and if anybody hockey fans out there, they know how the Seattle and Las Vegas have done it over the last couple of years. But the way they did the Expansion Draft back then was gonna make the team really bad for a really long time and they didn't know if Milwaukee would support a bad team for seven or eight years. As it turns out, Ottawa and Tampa were horrible for the first few years. But by 2004, Tampa had won it and I think in 2003 Ottawa made it to the finals. So we never got the team and it was very sad. It was a tough thing for the Pettits to admit, especially Lloyd Pettite as a Hockey Hall of Fame announcer with the Blackhawks, that was his goal and it just didn't work out. So Jane died and we had no money and we had no employees and we had this great team. Three times we had been this is the last season of The Admirals, your health insurance is gone and we're done. So it was a challenge, but it was a blast because every day was different and it was an adventure and we had an awesome team. So we just kept putting one step in front of the other end, you can only take it one day at a time, like literally one day at a time. What was it like winning The Calder Cup with 6 full-time employees? It was crazy! We win the Calder Cup, we had no money so we had to rent a 15 passenger van to drive out two of our staff out to Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. So Mike Wojciechowski, who has been with the animals for 40 years, he's driving it. Funny story, we get pulled over and driving through the mountains out in western Pennsylvania and we get pulled over go like 95 miles an hour in a 15 passenger van. Woj, as you can tell by his last name, he's Polish and the officer is Polish to it and Mike says something like, "Come on, can't you help a fellow countryman out!" So we got the ticket and went on our way and we won it and had a turn around the next day and get right back in the 15 passenger van. We won it on a Sunday, June 6, 2004, and had to drive back because on Tuesday night we're having a party at the Bradley Center. So we met the team at the airport because they flew because that was actually paid for by the league, the league pays for travel in the playoffs. So we met the team there and it was awesome because there were so many fans at the airport. Back then, sure it was a thing for major league sports, but that didn't happen in minor league sports. 26 years, The Admirals had been a professional team at that point and never won anything made it to the finals and it was so cool. The next night we had a big event at the Bradley Center and it was just amazing. Then the following year Harris Turer bought the team and literally saved The Admirals. If it's not for Harris Turer, The Admirals are gone, there are no Admirals, and he led a consortium of about 15 local business people and hockey people to buy The Admirals and, and he realized this is a community and we were a community Now we're back up to over 15 or 16 people, it's crazy! I think to myself sometimes like, "How did we possibly do it?" And it was different to like, there was no social media, we had a website, if you updated it the next day, that's fine. So there wasn't as much immediacy, but still, there was a lot, a lot, a lot to do. When did you officially move into the role of Vice President of Communications? So I was a Director of Ticket Sales for one year and then the next year, the PR guy left and so I had to take over his duties. So I really never got the official title of Communications Director and then after Harris bought the team, I knew I wanted to do communications, that was what I was passionate about. So I went and saw John Greenberg, who was brought along as Team President by Harris and we had some chats and he said, "Well, let's take the ticket sales off of your plate, and you can go be the Vice President of Communications." And so much more... Be sure to click the link below to check out The Admirals' website! https://www.milwaukeeadmirals.com/
To start off the Ray & Dregs Summer Alumni Series, we have the first head coach of the Seattle Kraken, Dave Hakstol, joining us. Hakstol talks about landing the job in Seattle, how the interview process went, what a great experience the Expansion Draft was, how he has changed as a coach over the years, meeting the players selected by the Kraken and much more. This week's episode is presented by our title sponsor Infiniti, book your contactless test drive at Infiniti.ca, by Coolbet.co the free to play sports and casino games website, by our pals at Canadian Club Whisky, who are asking: 'Are you Over Beer? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Cam is missing once again, so Chris and Drew have Chanel "The Kraken Girl" Keenan on the pod to recap her experience at the Expansion Draft, including announcing one of Seattle's picks. Then the three turned to listener questions to address the Bruins' busy day in Free Agency.
Petros Papadakis sat down with Softy at Pac-12 Media Day talking to various guys from around the conference and his experiences at the event, Jaxson Kirkland, and Jimmy Lake visits during the interview with both Softy & Petros responding to Petros' thoughts on the UW program. Ian Furness joins Softy and Dick to discuss the Kraken trading a goalie they just drafted in the Expansion Draft, Seahawks starting training camp today, Duane Brown not practicing and Jamal Adams' situation, Mariners. And textamonials.
In this episode, I sit down and check in halfway through the off-season. We discuss our thoughts on the Expansion Draft and the stellar play of Islanders, Montreal, and Tampa during the playoffs. As well as, my thoughts approaching Free Agency, how I've been training and my nutrition, and my mindset approaching this coming season. Episode Overview: 1:30 Expansion Draft 5:54 Thoughts on Islanders 8:49 Montreal Run 13:18 Tampa Bay Lightning 24:39 Approaching Free Agency 30:49 Skates and Training 33:48 Nutrition Approach 38:13 Sauna and Red Light Therapy 41:54 Supplementation Follow Connor's Instagram or Twitter Visit our YouTube for additional content Donate here to support our Podcast!
Folks we are back with a vengeance as we have an absolutely loaded episode. A TON has happened over the past week in the NHL and Sabresland and the boys are here to break it down. We talk Borgen to the Kraken in the Expansion, Sabres #1 pick Owen Power, Risto & Reino OUT, and Eichel still hanging around... for now. We dig deep into what we think about the returns on the big trades, where in the world is Jack Eichel going to play next year, and what will the 2021-22 Sabres roster potentially look like on opening night? Strap in.
Lots of New York Rangers action this last week! Barclay Goodrow is officially a Ranger for 6 years, Pavel Buchnevich was traded to St Louis for Sammy Blais and a draft pick, Tony DeAngelo was officially bought out, Colin Blackwell was taken by Seattle in the Expansion Draft and the Rangers drafted 8 new prospects at the NHL Entry Draft. The Jack Eichel rumors continue and new rumors surrounding Ryan Strome are picking up. We have two awesome guests again this week. Our first guest is the voice of the Tampa Bay Lightning Dave Randorf. Dave talks about the Rangers acquisition of Barclay Goodrow and he shares his thoughts on why Rangers fans will love him. With the sports worlds attention now shifted to the Tokyo Olympics our second guest is 2018 US Hockey Olympian and former New York Rangers player Chad Kolarik. Chad talked about his playing days at Michigan, the grind of the AHL, playing in the NHL, his experience with the Rangers organization, playing overseas and of course his Olympic experience.
The Kraken have players! Randy Cote (as seen on ESPN!) joins us to recap the Expansion Draft, Entry Draft and schedule release. Plus we find a serious contender for Seattle’s best fried chicken and there’s lots of takes you won’t … Continue reading →
On this episode, we break down the Expansion Draft and the NHL Entry Draft from a Ducks perspective. For the Expansion Draft, we look at who the Ducks protected and if it made sense. For the NHL Entry Draft, we give rave reviews for the Ducks first three picks of Mason McTavish, Ollen Zellweger, and Sasha Pastujov. Afterwards, we discuss the Ducks lack of trades on Draft day, and whether or not it means that they will continue to stand pat. Finally, we take a look at the Ryan Getzlaf situation, and whether or not he will return to Anaheim next year. Enjoy!If you'd like to support the show, here are some options:Go to mackweldon.com/ctp and get 20% off your first order with the code: CTPCheck out Crash the Pond merch: https://www.crashthepond.com/shopSubscribe to our live Twitch stream twitch.tv/crashthepond Become a Patreon patron: patreon.com/crashthepond Check out the video version of the podcast: youtube.com/crashthepond Or leave us a review on Apple Podcasts Thanks for listening!
BIG-TIME GUEST ALERT! This week, John and Darren talk to the first head coach in Seattle Kraken history, Dave Hakstol. The focus of the conversation is to get Dave's thoughts on what has transpired over the last week, with the Kraken completing their Expansion Draft, then selecting seven prospects in the NHL Entry Draft, including No. 2 overall pick, Matty Beniers. This is a good insider's look on what's happening with the team right now. Aside from the Hakstol interview, John, Andy, and Darren give their own takes on what has been happening around the Kraken and the rest of the league, including their thoughts on where the Seattle roster stands and where it might end up before opening night. Plus, plenty of general NHL trade talk, signing talk, schedule talk, and free agency talk. Segments include Goalie Gear Corner, Weekly One-Timers, and Tweets of the Week. SUBSCRIBE! ENJOY! REVIEW!
Dan and Nick break down a hypothetical situation where the NFL has an expansion team and the Giants can protect seven offensive and eight defensive players. These are the players they choose and why! This was a fun one. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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Longtime American Hockey Player & Seattle Kraken Scout Cammi Granato joined OverDrive earlier today following Wednesday's expansion draft. She touched on the scouting process and how difficult it was launching an NHL franchise during a pandemic. As well she touches on the comparisons to Vegas & the excitement to get their inaugural season off and running.
Well, Kraken fans, it has been a WILD week, and there's more to come! This episode of Sound Of Hockey is quite unique, as Darren is mostly driving the bus and doing the heavy lifting on this one without his usual wingmen. Andy does make a couple of appearances, though, as he and Darren take you behind the ropes at the Expansion Draft event to give you commentary from all of the players that were in attendance - Chris Driedger, Jordan Eberle, Brandon Tanev, Jamie Oleksiak, Mark Giordano, and Haydn Fleury - plus Seattle Kraken head coach Dave Hakstol and general manager Ron Francis and Ryan Clark from The Athletic. Aside from the very fun audio clips from the Expansion Draft, Darren gives his reaction to the selections and lack of side deals associated. He also shares the latest Seattle news including the NHL schedule release and the details of the NHL Entry Draft. This is a short, unique, and fun episode. SUBSCRIBE! ENJOY! REVIEW!
A busy offseason continues for the Preds as Ryan Ellis is traded to Philadelphia, Philippe Myers and Cody Glass are acquired and Calle Jarnkrok departs via the Expansion Draft. Plus, the 2021 NHL Draft and free agency are on the horizon. Voice of the Preds Pete Weber joins Brooks Bratten to break everything down, interview Myers and answer listener questions.
(00:18) Felger and Mazz reset their thoughts on the Boston Bruins offseason and the NHL's Expansion Draft. (19:47) Mike and Tony also discussed the television ratings for the NBA Finals (32:39) The Final Word with Jim Murray
We cover some of the more interesting picks the Kraken made at the draft, what to make of Ron Francis' strategy, and what this means for the rest of the teams in the league. We also touch on key players on the market: Tarasenko, Landeskog, Ovechkin, Suter, Hall, Krejci, and more.
(00:00) The phone lines are back! Fred can't think of any fun family trips or activities when he was growing up. (21:53) WHAT HAPPENED LAST NIGHT: Boston Red Sox beat Toronto 7-4. Rich talks about his new Tesla and all the cool features his car can do. The Seattle Kraken selected their first group of players in the expansion draft last night. Watch Toucher & Rich every morning on Twitch! Watch them live or whenever you want: Twitch.tv/thesportshub
It's expansion draft time and the fellas are in mock draft mode! Updogg, Obie, and Broadway are joined by the play-by-play announcer for the Seattle Kraken, John Forslund. But first the boys talk shop about whats next for the NHL from rumors to trades and more:- Brittish Open winner- Updogg's goal celebrations- The Rumor Mill- Draft Kings Mock Draft- And moreThen Seattle Kraken play-by-play announcer John Forslund joins the fellas to discuss the Expansion Draft, the future of the Seattle Kraken, who is going to be the face of the Kraken, and more.
The Seattle Kraken Expansion Draft is over and the Kraken selected Joonas Donskoi from the Colorado Avalanche. AJ Haefele and Nathan Rudolph react to the draft, what this means for the Avs and Joe Sakic, what's going to happen with Gabriel Landeskog and they give their biggest takeaways on the DNVR Avalanche Postgame Podcast.
Ryan Lambert and Jack Fraser join the show to discuss what Seattle chose to do at the expansion draft, how the Kraken will look in Year 1, what their next steps are, and specific picks that we found notable for either good or bad reasons. Topics include: The value of financial flexibility moving forward How they can spend the cap space they now have Forgoing bigger names with bigger price tags The strong defensive players they targeted The risk and reward of their goalie choices Picks we liked Picks we didn't like Why there weren't more side deals along the way How good their projection should be for Year 1 The ideal ways for them to improve moving forward If you're looking to pivot to preparing for the upcoming entry draft and need to jam in as much in-depth analysis as possible in a short period of time, the Elite Prospects Draft Guide is just the thing for you. It includes detailed scouting reports, projections, and breakdowns of every prospect that you need to know about. You can use the promo code DRAFTGUIDE, which gets your three free months on an annual subscription when you sign up. With it, you'll not only get the guide, but you'll get access to all of the great written content available at Elite Prospects Rinkside, which includes the musings of yours truly. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
After a bizarre NHL Expansion Draft, the Seattle Kraken have their team. Tune in as we discuss the entire team being leaked hours before the Expansion Draft (4:10), Seattle selecting Dennis Cholowski and what this means for him, and how this affects Steve Yzerman and the Red Wings (7:35). Also: the rest of Seattle's picks, their strategy, and what to expect from them moving forward (21:35)! Head over to wingedwheelpodcast.com to find all the ways to listen, how to support the show, and so much more.
Rick Stroud and Tom Jones on the Seattle Kraken's selection of Yanni Gourde from the Lightning as another member of the Energy Line is gone, the Bucs get their Super Bowl rings tonight as Training Camp is ready to begin this weekend and former FSU Coach Bobby Bowden has a terminal illness. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The Minnesota Wild lost Carson Soucy in the NHL Expansion Draft to the Seattle Kraken; How will the Wild replace him and why the next move for Bill Guerin will be his biggest move yet! It's Judd's Hockey Show.
The NHL is eyeing an expansion draft for their newest team, the Seattle Kraken. Many teams in hockey are assigning a protected tag over certain players that would protect those players from being drafted. If the NFL were to ever hold an expansion draft for a brand new franchise, which current members of the Denver Broncos roster would you protect? Cody Roark breaks down all of the action. NFL Expansion Draft? Which Broncos players would be protected? https://www.youtube.com/c/LockedOnBroncos WANT MORE DAILY DENVER BRONCOS CONTENT? Follow & Subscribe to the Podcast on these platforms…
Rick Stroud is back from the White House where the Tampa Bay Buccaneers were honored as Super Bowl Championship by President Joe Biden, the first Tampa Bay team to be so honored. Plus the Rays beat the Orioles as Francisco Meija has 5 RBI and the Lightning prepare to lose a player to Seattle tonight in the Expansion Draft. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Tonight, the NHL welcomes a new franchise with an expansion draft. The NFL hasn't had such an event in nearly 20 years, but if they did, which Dolphins would be the most sensible to be made eligible? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
(0:00) Felger, Mazz and Big Jim Murray are all back together and start Tuesday's show talking about Tom Brady visiting the White House with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. (15:10) The Patriots are one week away from veterans reporting to camp and all signs point to Cam Newton still being the starting Qb, while Stephen Gilmore still doesn't have a contract he's willing to show up and play for. (24:30) Seattle Kraken NHL expansion draft is tomorrow night, who could the Kraken be targeting from the Bruins? (33:10) Calls come in on the all the topics from the first hour.
July 19th, 2021: After 5 weeks off, Jaffe & Razor get back together to discuss the upcoming Seattle Kraken expansion draft and its implication on the Bruins' roster. They get into the upcoming free agency period and where the Bruins could look to bolster their roster. Finally, they look at other stories around the league such as the Habs exposing Carey Price in the expansion and Predators prospect Luke Prokop making history as the leagues first openly gay player under contract.
In a quick hit version of the Winged Wheel Podcast, tune in as we cover the Nick Leddy trade Steve Yzerman made over the weekend (3:20), the Detroit Red Wings Expansion Draft protection list (16:05), and Seattle's options across the league (26:10)! Head over to wingedwheelpodcast.com to find all the ways to listen, how to support the show, and so much more.
It is officially Expansion Draft week. We've been talking about this for years and we're finally here. Every NHL Club has released their protections list heading into the expansion draft and there are plenty of rumors going on as to who the Seattle Kraken will pick. The NHL Draft is upon us and all of the sudden the Avs have three top 100 picks. AJ Hefele and Rudo come to you LIVE to break down everything you need to know in the world of the Colorado Avalanche!
On the latest edition of the DNVR Broncos Podcast, Andrew Mason and Ryan Koenigsberg come to you from The DNVR Bar studios to break down all of the latest news in Broncos Country. It has been 19 years since the NFL had an expansion draft, and with the NHL's Seattle Kraken launching this week, expansion talk is back in the news again. What would an NHL-style expansion draft look like in the NFL, and who would the Broncos protect in this scenario? They also answer listener questions and much more.
The Expansion Draft is mere days away and all 30 teams have submitted their protection lists to the league. Zach Dooley joins host Jesse Cohen for an exploration of the biggest questions facing the LA Kings heading into the expansion draft, the entry draft and the rest of the summer.
What, you thought the Sound Of Hockey Podcast was going to wait until AFTER the Seattle Kraken Expansion Draft to publish its next episode? Well, with the entire hockey world abuzz with discussion about the Expansion Draft protected lists that got released on Sunday, there was just no way that John, Andy, and Darren could have waited that long to bring you their reactions. This episode is a little more "from the hip" than regular episodes of the show, but the hosts do everything they can to touch on all of the big Seattle Kraken news from the past few days. Topics covered include the very chaotic pre-draft trade frenzy that closed Saturday, Ron Francis's latest media availability, and of course the protection lists. The review of the Expansion Draft protected lists largely comes by way of a game of "Interesting or Carry-On," but the guys are very careful to touch on all the biggest-named players that have been exposed for Wednesday's Expansion Draft. This show should bring you fully up to speed for that event. SUBSCRIBE! ENJOY! REVIEW!
Rick Stroud and Steve Versnick on the Buccaneers upcoming trip to the White House this week, the Lightning leaving a lot of forward available in the Kraken Expansion Draft and the Rays take 2 of 3 from the Braves over the weekend. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The podcast returns as the offseason schedule heats up, and there is plenty to discuss. Chris Mason joins Brooks Bratten as goaltender Pekka Rinne announces his retirement. Hear from Pekka as the show analyzes what the decision means for the team and the city. Plus, forward Viktor Arvidsson is traded and the NHL Expansion Draft and 2021 NHL Draft are on the horizon as the busiest two weeks of the summer arrive.
It's the show before the Expansion Draft and the gang gets into all the ways in ways in which the next two weeks will, probably, be absolutely bonkers for all of us. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices