On this week's show in the first period we get you up to date on all the latest news from the NHL including Jonathan Hueberdeau signing long term in Calgary, Nazim Kadri apparently on the verge of signing with the Islanders and the latest developments in the Hockey Canada scandal. In the second period Jon Paul Morosi joins us to talk about the reschedule World Junior Championships that are underway in Edmonton. In the third period we read your e-mails.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Welcome to episode #119 with Shawn Bonneteau of Secret Habit!True surrender to God is necessaryShawn's wife, Helena, asked him what life would look like if he never got porn out of his life. She then asked what life could look like if he did. Thinking about these questions hit Shawn on a soul level and led him to get on his knees and surrender to God. This was the start of him engaging in the fight in a new way every day and having spirit-led conversations with Helena about his struggle, rather than hiding in his shame and guilt.'Trying' to quit porn is keeping many people stuck in their secret habitShawn realized he had been doing a lot of recovery 'stuff,' but finally just said to God, "I am open. I will follow you from now on." He started learning what it looked like to experience God's strength in his weakness and to follow God in freedom rather than trying to quit porn in his own strength.Porn can cause erectile dysfunctionBefore Shawn gave his life to Jesus, he was sexually active with an attractive girlfriend. He started losing his erections and was embarrassed at this reality. His girlfriend thought it was her fault and he didn't know what to say. He realized in time that this was due to his porn use. His brain's neurochemistry was altered to the point of only getting aroused by pixels on a screen. This carried into his marriage and lasted for eight years before things got back to normal.Know your sexual templateWe all have thoughts that run through our minds when we hear the word 'sex' or engage in sexual activity. They point to beliefs we have that often go unspoken. Shawn has a course for singles or couples to go through that helps identify core beliefs about sex. This helps us understand ourselves, our partners, and walk in the freedom from shame that God wants us to experience.Share this with your friendsWho do you know that can benefit from this podcast and other episodes coming in the future? Share it with them so they can subscribe as well.SubscribeSubscribe on any podcast app to make sure you catch new episodes!ResourcesSecret HabitSecret Habit PodcastSean's Sexual Template Mini-CoursePure Freedom Journey for men and womenCleansing HoursPersonal 1-on-1 Coaching with one of Restored Ministries' trained coachesHelp for wivesFamilyLife Canada: Resources and events to strengthen your marriageOnline marriage resources (FamilyLife Canada)Covenant Eyes Accountability Software - use promo code RM30 for 30 days freePodcast HostsBRADEN HAFNERBraden is the Regional Director in Alberta for FamilyLife Canada. He has been married for 13 years to his wife Kristen, and they live in Edmonton, Alberta. He is passionate about seeing marriages grow and thrive, and helping couples move to a deeper oneness with one another and with God. FamilyLife Canada has a variety of resources and events to help you and your spouse take your marriage to the next level. See what would benefit you at www.familylifecanada.comMATT CLINEMatt and his wife Louise raise their little guys, David and Oliver, in Edmonton, Alberta. He is honoured to do what he can to tackle the epidemic of pornography and sexual perversion in every way possible. Seeing lives and marriages get free and experience the love of God in profound ways is what drives him every day. He leads Restored Ministries, is a certified speaker and coach for the John Maxwell Team, and formerly played hockey in the WHL and for Hockey Canada. You can visit www.restoredministries.ca.
After a brief break for Producer Rob Conway to have a baby Unfiltered is back! Barney gives you his takes on the upcoming NFL season from a betting perspective, Nazem Kadri's contract status, the World Juniors/Hockey Canada & Kevin Durant v. The Brooklyn Nets
Ben opens the show with Stephen Brunt who reacts to the Jays signing Jackie Bradley Jr, the start of the World Jrs highlighted by Covid, a Russian ban and the Hockey Canada investigation. Then we close with his thoughts on Serena Williams, her legacy, flaws included and why she's one of the athletes he was happy to be alive to watch. Next we head to Edmonton (28:00) where Ryan Dixon is covering the World Jr's and sets the scene. No ads and no fans but still plenty at stake for players and the teams who drafted them. 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.
Stop us if you've heard this one before, but it's time for yet another WTF buffet episode of The GIST of It. First, co-hosts Ellen Hyslop and Steph Rotz detail the latest (and perhaps most egregious) in the WNBA's many travel woes. Then it's time for a WTF from the diamond following controversial MLB figure Pete Rose's outlandishly sexist remarks over the weekend. And to round things out, El and Steph dive into the latest from Hockey Canada's ongoing sexual assault hearings with the men's World Juniors tourney set to begin today. Buckle up, it's going to be a bumpy ride. Thank you to Sonos for supporting today's episode! With Sonos' Ray soundbar, it's never been easier to upgrade your at-home sound experience. It's sleek, it's easy to set up and it's completely customizable. Interested? Learn more at sonos.com. *Content warning: Today's episode includes mention of sexual assault. Please take care while listening. Show notes: Ep #155: The WNBA's airplane scandal Ep #194: Hockey culture? Still trash: The latest on Hockey Canada More on The GIST: Subscribe: thegistsports.com/subscribepod Twitter: @thegistpod Email: firstname.lastname@example.org IG: @thegistca @thegistusa
Today we discuss some parenting stuff; Serena Williams will retire shortly. Is she the best female athlete ever? Hockey Canada hires Andrea Skinner as interim board chair; the Rangers Give C to Jacob Trouba over Panarin, Zibanejad and Kreider. Into the TGOR Vault for our old Outkast parody song of "Leafs Suck."
The World Junior Championships begin today in Edmonton. And the summer date is not the reason they'll be different this year. The past few months have seen disturbing accusations of sexual assault against several members of two team Canadas — 2003 and 2018. Hockey Canada has spent decades of time and energy turning its world juniors into a Canadian myth, and lots of people have profited from that. These accusations, and revelations from Hockey Canada itself to a government committee have shattered that. Can it ever be put back together? And finally, why did it take so long to get here? It's not as though there haven't been plenty of warning signs ignored along the way...GUEST: Michael Grange, Sportsnet
The chair of Hockey Canada's board of directors resigned over the weekend, amid controversy that's been swirling around the organization. In late July, officials were grilled in the House of Commons on how they've handled sexual assault and abuse allegations. And for weeks, there have been calls for change within the sport, and within the governing body. For more, guest host Michelle Shephard speaks with Allison Forsyth, a safe sport advocate and survivor of sexual abuse in the Canadian sport system; Greg Gilhooly, a lawyer and survivor of sexual assault; and Brock McGillis, the first openly gay professional men's hockey player.
Carly Agro, courtside reporter for Sportsnet at the National Bank Open, joins Ailish to discuss the buzz surrounding this year's tournament, Bianca Andreescu's tumultuous journey since winning the 2019 US Open, the Williams sisters being in Toronto, and Leylah Fernandez's return from injury. Afterwards, Scott Wheeler, NHL Draft and prospects writer for The Athletic, stops by to chat about the Maple Leafs' 2022 draft picks, the tenor surrounding this summer's World Juniors tournament, and Connor Bedard's growth since the World Juniors were initially postponed back in December (26:31). 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.
@scott13lv_ says #jacobdegrom best pitcher in baseball. When healthy I don't disagree. @mets take 4 of 5 from @braves and are now up 6.5 games in #nleast and have same record as @yankees 70-39. Yanks have lost five straight. #sammills from #d3 @montclairstatefb to @profootballhof amazing career. #keeppounding @nyliberty bad loss last night @phoenixmercury but #sabrinaionescu first @wnba player to eclipse 500pts/200 #rebounds & #200 #assists in a single season. Next up have to win Monday @dallaswings #ownthecrown and love the #wnba making All-WNBA teams position less something the @nba should do. I know #joelembiid would support that decision. I want to see where #jimmygaroppolo ends up since it's the #treylance era this season with @49ers he would be a good fit with the @clevelandbrowns if they don't have to give up too much to get him. Excited to see #kendorsey run the @buffalobills offense this season.
Episode 181 of the InGoal Radio Podcast, presented by The Hockey Shop Source for Sports, features our second straight new Washington Capitals goalie: coveted college free agent Clay Stevenson.In the feature interview, presented by Sense Arena, Stevenson walks us through the NHL recruiting process that followed his strong play at Dartmouth (including breakfast with some guy named Henrik Lundqvist in New York City!) and why he chose the Capitals despite no promises of playing time at higher levels. Stevenson also shares several great stories from and insights into his somewhat unique development path: from not having a goalie coach and not playing AAA hockey between the ages of 12-16, to the BCHL and a breakout .936 save percentage as a 20-year-old despite the death of his mom on that season, to not playing a single game as a college freshman because of Covid-19, to the one season of NCAA that led to plenty of interest from several NHL teams. He also walks us through his evolution on the ice, including a great description of changing his glove position.All that, plus our weekly plus a trip to The Hockey Shop Source for Sports for a look at the new Bauer M5 Pro sticks, a second price point in the Mach line that's popular all the way up to pro.
Des fédérations sportives demandent la nomination d'experts indépendants pour revoir la gouvernance de Hockey Canada. François Legault réagi à la mort d'Abdulla Shaikh (''CHA-IK'') à Montréal. Des procureurs américains demandent une peine d'emprisonnement de huit ans pour un ex-policier de la Virginie. La Chine a annoncé qu'elle suspendait le dialogue sur les changements climatiques avec les États-Unis. | Mathieu Massé (journaliste-présentateur)
TSN Reporter Mark Masters joined OverDrive to chat about the allegations within Hockey Canada, the effect it has on the current World Junior roster, the new and old additions to the team, leadership needed from McTavish for this year's tournament and his expectations for Canadian Tennis stars at the National Bank Open.
We start off the show with Damien Cox who discusses the biggest stories of the week including Merrifield of the Jays getting the vaccine, The Flames finding a way to sign Huberdeau, Novak and Rafa are out of Montreal and more. Should Gaudreau leaving for the United States make Leafs fans nervous about Matthews? Then the pain of hockey parents watching to see what went down with Hockey Canada. Damien is shocked that not one resignation has come from the organization. Later (28:00) we head to Minnesota where Dan Shulman is calling the Jays and Twins tonight. We look at Manoah getting hit again, why Springer is not looking good and Merrifield leads off tonight. 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.
Welcome to episode #118! In this weeks episode (not really an episode), co-host Braden, gives a brief update!Share this with your friendsWho do you know that can benefit from this podcast and other episodes coming in the future? Share it with them so they can subscribe as well.SubscribeSubscribe on any podcast app to make sure you catch new episodes!ResourcesPure Freedom Journey for men and womenCleansing HoursPersonal 1-on-1 Coaching with one of Restored Ministries' trained coachesHelp for wivesFamilyLife Canada: Resources and events to strengthen your marriageOnline marriage resources (FamilyLife Canada)Covenant Eyes Accountability Software - use promo code RM30 for 30 days freePodcast HostsBRADEN HAFNERBraden is the Regional Director in Alberta for FamilyLife Canada. He has been married for 13 years to his wife Kristen, and they live in Edmonton, Alberta. He is passionate about seeing marriages grow and thrive, and helping couples move to a deeper oneness with one another and with God. FamilyLife Canada has a variety of resources and events to help you and your spouse take your marriage to the next level. See what would benefit you at www.familylifecanada.comMATT CLINEMatt and his wife Louise raise their little guys, David and Oliver, in Edmonton, Alberta. He is honoured to do what he can to tackle the epidemic of pornography and sexual perversion in every way possible. Seeing lives and marriages get free and experience the love of God in profound ways is what drives him every day. He leads Restored Ministries, is a certified speaker and coach for the John Maxwell Team, and formerly played hockey in the WHL and for Hockey Canada. You can visit www.restoredministries.ca.
Hour 1 as we kick off a Thursday on OverDrive with Bryan Hayes, Andi Petrillo & Dave Feschuk as we get into the upcoming World Cup in Qatar, the state of Hockey Canada & the Jays series in Minnesota. MLB Hall of Famer and former Blue Jay Paul Molitor stops by and we get into Whit Merrifield being in the lineup for the Jays.
0:56 | Conspiracy theorist Alex Jones suffered a major blow in court this week, which could wind up costing the Infowars host a fortune. Ryan recaps developments in the defamation trail launched by parents whose child died in the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in 2012. 12:25 | Just a few days ago, Robyn Doolittle sat down with "E.M.," the woman who filed a lawsuit against Hockey Canada over an alleged group sexual assault by some members of Canada's world junior hockey team in 2018. The investigative journalist for the Globe and Mail updates us on this developing story, and talks about bigger-picture implications of the scandal plaguing both the national organization and Canada's favourite sport. READ ROBYN'S REPORTING: https://www.theglobeandmail.com/canada/article-woman-at-centre-of-hockey-canada-allegations-interviewed-by-police/ 43:15 | Prompted by Ryan's interview with former BC Premier Christy Clark on Wednesday, author Chris Turner explains why the "Ethical oil" argument failed to resonate over the past decade or so. What's the best way to advocate for Canadian energy, who should be doing it, and what should the key message be? We get into it with the author of "How To Be A Climate Optimist: Blueprints For A Better World". CHECK OUT TURNER'S BOOK: https://www.penguinrandomhouse.ca/books/668167/how-to-be-a-climate-optimist-by-chris-turner/9780735281974 The views and opinions expressed in this show are those of the host and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Relay Communications Group Inc. or any affiliates.
On this week's ATTITUDES! Bryan speaks on Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis filing a complaint over a Miami drag show, after having an investigation. Erin discusses the Hockey Canada scandal, the 8-month investigation of allegations against world junior players closed without charges, Hockey Canada quietly settled the case out of court in June and details have not been made public, since the revelation of the settlement, Hockey Canada has lost its major sponsors and has had its government funding frozen. Erin also speaks on the Kansas referendum that will test change in abortion landscape since Roe fell. All this plus Vogue on piano, and Columbo! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Elias Makos is joined by Justine McIntyre, former Montreal City Councilor and Consultant at Espace Strategies and Meeker Guerrier, Weekend News Anchor at Noovo and a commentator at RDS. Leger poll: The CAQ is on their way to an easy win, and the Conservatives are leveling off with their success Quebecers were asked about who they'd grab a drink with, and what words they associate with particular candidates. What would be your answer? Hockey Canada scandal: the woman at the center of it breaks her silence…
After a brief summer hiatus, Jason Gregor and Frank Seravalli are back with a brand new episode of The DFO Rundown. They even had a big-named guest join the show as the latest big-name free agent to be scratched off the board, John Klingberg, joined the show. He talked about his decision to sign a one-year deal with the Anaheim Ducks, the family aspect of the decision, and he looked back on his time in Dallas. He also shared some insight into his favourite Swedish foods and his gym routines during rapid fire.Before they got to the interview with Klingberg, they hit on some other big news including the big deal that went down a few weeks ago between the Calgary Flames and Florida Panthers. They gave their thoughts on what each side gained from the blockbuster deal. They also hit on some moves that haven't quite happened yet. Nazem Kadri still hasn't found a new home but there are some rumblings about where he could end up. Tyler Yaremchuk also hopped in for a new edition of Buy or Sell.1:15 - Tkachuk deal7:10 - Klingberg to the Ducks10:30 - Latest on Kadri12:05 - Hockey Canada news16:55 - Bergeron, Krejci, Kessel and other UFA notes18:45 - John Klingberg joins the show20:50 - Why the Ducks?26:10 - The family side31:45 - The free agent process34:40 - Rapid Fire39:40 - Buy or Sell See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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Hockey Canada has been using a special fund to settle sexual assault allegations. Colleen Kitz-Goguen speaks with sports lawyer Will Russell about the fund, and what the revelations from the hearings could mean for Hockey Canada.
Hey Seattle Hockey Fans! The best rivalry in sports is coming to Climate Pledge Arena this fall! The United States Women's Team will take on Hockey Canada on November 20th in Seattle. There will be Meet & Greets with the national teams and other activations to be announced. In other Hockey News, the USA dropped a prelim match to Finland in the Gretsky Cup. Host Erica L. Ayala also discusses the upcoming IIHF World Men's Juniors. Former Locked on Kraken guest Katie Strang has reported that the University of Michigan head coach Mel Pearson is accused of berating staff, misleading recruits, and retaliation. Our #2 overall pick in 2021, Matty Beniers, played two seasons under Pearson before making his professional debut after the Wolverines were knocked out of the 2022 Frozen Four in Boston. Finally, we take you back to Alison Lukan's conversation about coaching on Locked on Flyers. The Rivalry Series is coming to Seattle Katie Strang on Mel Pearson Hlinka Gretzky Cup schedule for USA Seattle Kraken Left Wing depth Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! 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. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Hockey Canada has been using a special fund to settle sexual assault allegations. Colleen Kitz-Goguen speaks with sports lawyer Will Russell about the fund, and what the revelations from the hearings could mean for Hockey Canada.
On this episode, Mike and Jesse discuss (00:00-07:54) MacKenzie Weeger and Jonathan Huberdeau saying they're open to staying in Calgary, (07:54-19:01) John Klingberg signing a 1 year 7 million dollar deal with Anaheim, (19:01-20:07) Sonny Milano still being a free agent, (20:07-22:09) Jesse Puljujarvi avoiding arbitration with Edmonton, (22:09-23:22) Kappo Kakko signing an extension with the Rangers, (23:22-25:27) Ethan Bear staying in Carolina, (25:27-29:04) Danton Heinen heading back to Pittsburgh, (29:04-END) (CONTENT WARNING) and some updates about the Hockey Canada sexual assault allegations. Shop Merch: https://staffgraph.myshopify.com/ Linktree: https://linktr.ee/staffgraph Shop Stickers: https://www.redbubble.com/people/staffgraphpod/shop
First, Ian and guest cohost Julian McKenzie discuss the surprise signing of John Klingberg with the Anaheim Ducks on a 1-year, $7 million contract, how often 1-year deals actually work out, why guys like Nazem Kadri and Patrice Bergeron remain unsigned into August, potential landing spots for PK Subban, and more. Then, the guys talk about TSN broadcaster Gord Miller's Twitter thread over the weekend explaining why he's decided to cover upcoming junior tournaments despite the ongoing Hockey Canada sexual assault investigations looming over the proceedings and give their thoughts on how the media should handle situations like this going forward. Plus, listener questions about whether the Anaheim Ducks can compete for a playoff spot next season or not, if there's a correlation between preseason records and regular season success, and a couple of nice Multiple Choice Madness questions asking if Patrick Marleau is a Hall of Famer or not and what would the guys choose to eat out of the Stanley Cup if given the opportunity. Now, you can get a 6 month subscription to The Athletic for just $1 a month when you visit http://theathletic.com/hockeyshow Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
MIkko Rantanen has his day with the Stanley cup and lets his dog eat out of it. An inside the park home run last week's after a fly ball hits the centrefield in the head, we discuss some other famous Bloopers in Sports; Are the Sens in on Chychrun? Are they waiting for Hockey Canada investigation to end before signing one of their RFAs?
Episode 180 of the InGoal Radio Podcast, presented by The Hockey Shop Source for Sports, features new Washington Capitals goalie Charlie Lindgren.In the feature interview, presented by Sense Arena, Lindgren shares his experiences as sought-after free agent on the goalie carousel and how it differed from last season, as well as the changes he made to his game during his one year with the St. Louis Blues that led to that increased demand. He talks about how evolving his approach to rush chances and narrowing his stance as part of that change fuelled improvements in other areas of his game that led to a .958 save percentage in five games with the Blues and long playoff run to the Calder Cup Final in Springfield.Lindgren also shares tips on how to quickly fit in with a new team that goalies of every age headed into a new locker room can apply this fall, and gets in depth on the revolutionary new Bauer KONEKT skates, which he wore all season as one of the first professionals to switch. That ties in perfectly with our weekly plus a trip to The Hockey Shop Source for Sports for a look at those KONEKT skates, how they achieve a custom fit in store, who they are for and why they could change the game.
On this episode of The Sick Podcast, sports lawyer David Kellerman joins Tony Marinaro to discuss the recent allegations against Hockey Canada teams. Don't forget to follow The Sick Podcast with Tony Marinaro on YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, SiriusXM and all other podcast platforms!
Hey! Jeff and Elliotte are back to provide you with a few updates on some of the moves that are yet to drop and the blockbuster trade of the summer. They chat Flames-Panthers and the trade that shook the hockey world (1:30), teams that showed interest in Matthew Tkachuk (10:15), Florida's situation and some of their other off-season moves (14:15), what's happening with Nazem Kadri (19:45), John Klingberg in Anaheim (24:50), arbitration cases (35:05), Oilers signing Jesse Puljujärvi (38:30), the Jets and Pierre-Luc Dubois (41:00), the Sharks find their head coach (43:30), and they discuss the Hockey Canada handling of sexual assault allegations (49:10)This podcast was produced and mixed by Amil Delic, and hosted by Jeff Marek and Elliotte Friedman. Production support by Mike Rogerson.Audio Credits: Bally Sports Florida and CPAC.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.
On this episode of The Steve Dangle Podcast, John Klingberg signs with the Ducks amendment (00:00), Goats and GOAT teachers (08:30), John Klingberg leaves his agent in the middle of free agency (20:00), You Can Bet That with Sports Interaction (36:30), do people read articles anymore? (42:00), the Sharks will retire Patrick Marleau's number (54:00), when will Auston Matthews be captain of the Leafs? (56:00), Adidas won't produce NHL jerseys anymore (1:02:00), updates on Hockey Canada (1:11:00), and Stump the Steve! (1:24:00). Watch the full episode here: https://youtu.be/kez-Db8N170 Originally aired: July 29, 2022 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 Individuals must be 19 years of age or older to open a Sports Interaction account. Terms and Conditions apply. Any opinion expressed is not advice, a promise or suggestion that increases the chance of winning. Gambling can be addictive, please play responsibly. To learn more, visit: https://help.sportsinteraction.com/hc/en-us/articles/216779528-Responsible-Gaming-Self-Limitation-Self-Exclusion. Or if you have concerns about a gambling problem, call ConnexOntario 1-866-531-2600. Sports Interaction is subject to successful AGCO registration and execution of an Operating Agreement with iGaming Ontario. The Eligible iGames conducted and managed by iGO are only available to those physically present in the Province of Ontario. Visit this episode's sponsors: Get 20% off + free shipping with the code DANGLE at manscaped.com. That's 20% off + free shipping with the code DANGLE at manscaped.com. It's time to get wet and clean with your new MANSCAPED™ Shower Routine." https://manscaped.com/ CODE: DANGLE https://sportsinteraction.com/sdpn https://seatgeek.com/ PROMO CODE: SDP https://zbiotics.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
Erin Ambrose, defenceman for the Canadian women's hockey team, joins Ailish to discuss her experience winning Gold at the Beijing Olympics, the ongoing Hockey Canada hearings, and her interest in working for an NHL team after her playing career concludes. Afterwards, Ricky Romero, former MLB pitcher and current Sportsnet analyst, checks in to chat about the Rogers Centre renovations, Yusei Kikuchi's encouraging outing against the Tigers, and what it's like navigating the trade deadline as a player (25:50). 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.
Ken Campbell of Hockey Unfiltered, joined Blake and Jeff as he continues to cover the Hockey Canada scandal. Ken can't see a path where the management group stays on. They will need a complete rebranding. Ken gave his thoughts on what should be done with the money that comes from the World Juniors. Ken talked about the fact that Hockey Canada isn't your typical business and the expectation should be that it isn't structured that way when in comes to incentives.The Chief Sport Officer for Golf Canada, Kevin Blue, who is also participating in the Canadian Men's Amateur Championship, joined Blake and Jeff ahead of the tourney. Talked about what it will be like playing with the kids after a few years away from playing.Canadian Amateur golfer, AJ Ewart, joined Matt and Blake just ahead of the Canadian Amateur Championship, being held locally at Point Grey and Seymour. AJ talked about the last year and how the tournament went for him. AJ talked about meeting the Golden Bear.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Ian and Sean kick off the show with a visit from Mark Lazerus to discuss his exclusive interview with Jonathan Toews on his future with the Chicago Blackhawks. Then in "Granger Things", Jesse Granger looks at the teams that increased, or worsened their Stanley Cup odds in free agency. Next, Ian and Sean share thoughts about this week's Parliament hearings for Hockey Canada, and to wrap up, concession food talk reigns supreme in the mailbag, "This Week in Hockey History", and thoughts on the LA Kings giving Dustin Brown a statue. Have a question or comment for Ian and Sean? Email email@example.com or leave a VM (845) 445-8459! Save on a subscription to The Athletic: theathletic.com/hockeyshow Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Hockey Canada has settled 21 sexual assault claims. For nine of those cases, it used a fund that draws in part from players' registration fees, paying out $7.6 million dollars. The scope of Hockey Canada's settlements was just one revelation from parliamentary committee hearings this week, where MPs probed the organization's handling of an alleged group sexual assault in 2018 involving national junior players. Today The Athletic's Dan Robson, a hockey writer who has reported extensively on this issue, joins Front Burner to discuss why Hockey Canada's promise to change is being met with skepticism.
In this hour, Mike & Jason look back on the previous day in sports, plus the boys are joined by The Hockey News' Ian Kennedy with the latest around the Hockey Canada hearings. They also hear from Jim Rutherford who appeared on the Bob McCown podcast. This podcast is produced by Andy Cole and Greg Balloch. 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.
On this episode of The Steve Dangle Podcast, Allan Walsh on Huberdeau and the Golden Knights (00:00), Dustin Brown gets a statue in Los Angeles (11:00), Pierre Luc-Dubois re-signs with the Winnipeg Jets (22:00), Jonathan Toews isn't happy in Chicago (32:00), Sharks name David Quinn new head coach (49:00), John Klingberg still isn't signed (55:00), updates on the ongoing Hockey Canada hearings (1:05:00), and building an all-time Leafs team (1:23:00). Watch the full episode here: https://youtu.be/GIEYkjRmhIo Originally aired: July 27, 2022 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 Individuals must be 19 years of age or older to open a Sports Interaction account. Terms and Conditions apply. Any opinion expressed is not advice, a promise or suggestion that increases the chance of winning. Gambling can be addictive, please play responsibly. To learn more, visit: https://help.sportsinteraction.com/hc/en-us/articles/216779528-Responsible-Gaming-Self-Limitation-Self-Exclusion. Or if you have concerns about a gambling problem, call ConnexOntario 1-866-531-2600. Sports Interaction is subject to successful AGCO registration and execution of an Operating Agreement with iGaming Ontario. The Eligible iGames conducted and managed by iGO are only available to those physically present in the Province of Ontario. Visit this episode's sponsors: Get 20% off + free shipping with the code DANGLE at manscaped.com. That's 20% off + free shipping with the code DANGLE at manscaped.com. It's time to get wet and clean with your new MANSCAPED™ Shower Routine." https://manscaped.com/ CODE: DANGLE https://sportsinteraction.com/sdpn https://seatgeek.com/ PROMO CODE: SDP https://zbiotics.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
Episode 225 features The Athletic writers Katie Strang, Dan Robson, and Ian Mendes. The three co-authored a recent piece on allegations of sexual assault and a reckoning for Hockey Canada. In this podcast, Strang, Robson, and Mendes discuss how the reporting came together for the piece and the steps reporters take to report on this subject; what we know and don't know about the two alleged sexual-assault incidents involving Hockey Canada; whether adults enabling a rampant culture; the media's role; what happens when you contact lawyers representing players; the impact and importance of sponsors speaking up; police in Halifax opening an investigation into an alleged sexual assault involving members of Hockey Canada's 2003 national junior team; the hearings before the Parliament of Canada; what will happen to Hockey Canada heading forward, and more. You can subscribe to this podcast on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Stitcher, and more. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On today's episode of The GIST of It, co-hosts Ellen Hyslop and Steph Rotz are back discussing a topic that's far too often the subject of this podcast: toxic hockey culture. With Hockey Canada's sexual assault crisis continuing to unfold, El and Steph detail the long, winding and frustrating timeline. Then after the break, the gals zoom out to discuss what it'll take to actually change hockey culture. Thanks for tuning in for this difficult but important episode.* Shoutout to Sonos for supporting today's podcast! High-quality sound, a clean aesthetic and no complicated set-up — Sonos' Ray soundbar has everything you need to upgrade your listening experience. Learn more at www.sonos.com. *Today's episode includes mention of sexual assault. Please take care while listening. Show notes: Canadian National Women's Hockey Team statement More on The GIST: Subscribe: thegistsports.com/subscribepod Twitter: @thegistpod Email: firstname.lastname@example.org IG: @thegistca @thegistusa