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Jeff is joined by Winnipeg Jets analyst Sara Orlesky to talk about the keys to success for the Jets, the impact of Rick Bowness on the group, and the turnaround for Mark Scheifele. Later on, voice of the Seattle Kraken John Forslund looks at the biggest differences between this year's edition of the Kraken and last year's team, the trajectory for Matty Beniers, and Daniel Sprong's versatility (19:12). Sportsnet's John Bartlett discusses the most interesting trend in the league for him thus far, Erik Karlsson heading back to Ottawa in a Hockey Night in Canada matchup, and the Senators' up and down year (36:29). To wrap up, Jeff and Producer Matt look at the toughest and most skilled front offices around the league (52:05). 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.
Jeff and Elliotte open things up talking about how hard the game is on goalies today, if we need to re-evaluate how we determine what an elite goalie is, and Jack Campbell's struggles early on this season (05:14). Next, they look at what could happen in Philadelphia amidst their recent skid, how competitive the Western Conference playoff race will be, and what's behind Seattle's resurgence (16:47). To finish, Jeff and Elliotte look ahead to the battle between Toronto Maple Leafs and Tampa Bay Lightning on Hockey Night in Canada (27:19). 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.
Jeff chats with Daily Faceoff's Mike McKenna about the issues surrounding goalies knocking nets off, the reasons behind goalposts coming off of their moorings, and how to solve the problem. Later on, The Athletic's Peter Baugh shares an update on the Colorado Avalanche's injury issues, before getting into Alexandar Georgiev's breakout season and potential trade targets on the Avs' radar (19:47). We wrap with Kelly Hrudey of Hockey Night in Canada, who weighs in on Matthew Tkachuk's first game in Calgary since his offseason departure, how Flames fans might react, and the issues surrounding goalie masks (48:01). 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.
The Athletic Hockey Show is back with a brand new Monday edition as Ian and Julian discuss Rachel Doerrie's alleged discrimination by the Vancouver Canucks, which team other than the New Jersey Devils has been the biggest surprise of the season so far, Jason Robertson as an early MVP candidate for the Dallas Stars, and more. Plus, Hockey Night in Canada's Harnarayan Singh joins the show for a great interview about his journey through the world of hockey and to discuss his book “One Game at a Time”, and the guys close things out with this week's Jack Adams Winner of the Week and Multiple Choice Madness. Subscribe to The Athletic Hockey Show on YouTube: http://youtube.com/@theathletichockeyshow The Athletic's Black Friday deal ends today, so make sure to get your 1-year 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
Nick Kypreos and Justin Bourne remember the late Maple Leafs legend Borje Salming and look back at the celebration of his career during the Hockey Hall of Fame weekend in Toronto. The guys are joined by former Maple Leaf Stu Gavin (4:45) to share his time playing alongside Salming and the type of player he was on the ice and teammate in the locker room. Then, Nick, Justin and producer Sam McKee recap Toronto's 2-1 win over the New Jersey Devils (20:50), the idea of developing others to play on the penalty kill, and the Devils' fans reaction to the third disallowed goal. Next, Former NHLer and Hockey Night in Canada broadcaster Garry Galley (42:46) discuss the Leafs' strength in their defensive game, Rasmus Sandin's elevated opportunity on the blueline and Auston Matthews' lowered production in goal scoring. Finally, general manager of the Minnesota Wild Bill Guerin (1:05:36) reveals how Ryan Reaves would fit on the Wild's lines, why he traded for the forward, and if personality in his players is an important aspect of a winning team. 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 2019, veteran live sports producer John Shannon was — no need for an euphemism — fired by Sportsnet. As he has learned across nearly a half century in sports media, one has to evolve or die. In this memoir, Shannon writes of how he has absorbed and applied lessons that are wrapped as mortal blows in order not merely survive, but thrive in an often cutthroat field. In “Evolve or Die,” he writes of how he had a vision, from his early life in the British Columbia interior, to be a storyteller. That aspiration led him to Toronto in the 1970s right at the inflection point for a sports broadcasting boom in Canada. Shannon quickly became well-regarded as a producer with Hockey Night in Canada while in his early 20s. Later, he became executive producer (1994-2000) when that crown jewel of live sports production instituted the now familiar Saturday doubleheader and Satellite Hot Stove intermission panel. Since 2009, Shannon has created a seemingly unprecedented second act in front of the camera as an analyst and insider. Currently he is a regular panelist on Edmonton Oilers broadcasts and continues to co-host the Bob McCowan Podcast on Sirius XM Radio.
Steve interviews Joshua Robinson and Jonathan Clegg (00:07:29) who appear to promote their new book. Jonathan and Joshua appear together and are welcomed by a loud Steve victim of apparent gain knob sabotage. Josh and Jonathan talk about how Messi and Ronaldo have changed soccer including but not limited to the business, economics, and culture of. The guys also talk about the emergence of the Champions League and what it means for the prestige of the World Cup. Joshua and Jonathan deal politely with Steve's Italy questions and perspective and have an impressive debut on the show. Also, John Shannon (00:46:18) joins the show to discuss his new book about his life in the world of hockey media. John doesn't have much time but talks about Hockey Night in Canada, Don Cherry, and the impact his work had on the Canadian culture. John also reassures us on the effect the new dasher ads being run during hockey games will have. Steve starts the show explaining the unexpected absence and rushes through an intro at the end of a bad week. The book club has has a new book about a hockey team that competed in the glorious Adams Division. The show ends with one last thing about the beautiful love of a brother. For more information follow the podcast on twitter @sports_casters Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Jeff chats with NHL Network and Sportlogiq analyst Mike Kelly about why it's tricky to differentiate between poor team defense and poor goaltending early on, why people are "sleeping" on the New Jersey Devils, and why the Philadelphia Flyers' start was a bit of a mirage (00:00). Hockey Night in Canada's Harnarayan Singh discusses the additions to his autobiography, the difficulties of calling games in empty buildings during the pandemic's peak, and the Calgary Flames' struggles of late (19:39). Later on, defenceman for the Toronto Six Saroya Tinker looks ahead to the start of the PHF season, chats about the league's expansion and shares what she would be doing if she wasn't playing hockey (39:49). Producer Matt finishes off the show with the Week in Review (49:47)! 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.
We're already a month into this new NHL season, the Oilers just blew their first third period lead, and that means the boys had plenty to talk about on the Friday episode of Oilersnation Radio. On today's podcast, we're talkin' about last night's loss to New Jersey, which goalie should start against Dallas, and welcomed Harnarayan Singh to talk about his book and what it's like to call the Battle of Alberta.To kick off this week's podcast, we got started with a conversation about the goaltending and specifically who we would start on Saturday against the Dallas Stars. Would we keep the rotation going with Jack Campbell? Should Woodcroft go back to Skinner as he has the better stats to start the season? From there, we looked at Dylan Holloway's spot on the roster and whether or not he would be best served to be playing big minutes in Bakersfield. Next up, we welcomed Harnarayan Singh to talk a little bit about his book, On Game at a Time, and what it was like to come up as a broadcaster on Hockey Night in Canada during the fanless games of the pandemic. From the story of his first HNIC game with no one in the building to calling the Oilers and Kings in the playoffs with Rogers Place going crazy, Harnarayan had so many amazing stories for us that the interview went by in a blink. Lastly, we wrapped up this week's podcast with another round of Ask the Idiots and Hot and Cold performers. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Happy Halloween, Seattle Kraken fans! We got a good win over Pittsburgh Saturday night. Just as Locked on Kraken hoast Erica L. Ayala predicted, the Canucks knocked the Penguins around, and the Kraken took advantage. Erica talks about the Eberle, Beniers, and Schwartz line and Jordan Eberle talks about welcoming a new baby and who is fighting for the role of Godfather. In the show's second segment, Erica officially welcomes Hadi to the Locked on NHL family. We had Hadi on the show last week, but let's take listen to his first official show as he weighs in on the Shane Wright saga. Speaking of, what did Ron Francis – and, more importantly, Tanya and Simon Wright – really say about Shane's development plan? What wires did Hockey Night in Canada get crossed in their reporting? Finally, if Shane gets more minutes, which centerman can the Seattle Kraken afford to take out of the lineup? Listen to Locked on NHL Prospects Hadi joins Locked on Kraken - Part II HNIC on "frustration" from Seattle Kraken, Shane Wright The Wright Way by Alison Lukan 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 “LOCKEDON15,” 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! SimpliSafe With Fast Protect™️ Technology, exclusively from SimpliSafe, 24/7 monitoring agents capture evidence to accurately verify a threat for faster police response. There's No Safe Like SimpliSafe. Visit SimpliSafe.com/LockedOnNHL to learn more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Farhan and Harman look back on the Canucks 7th straight loss to start the season, a 3-2 home decision loss at the hands of the Carolina Hurricanes and the loss on Saturday night to Buffalo. The guys discuss Jim Rutherford's comments on the team and coach Bruce Boudreau on After Hours on Hockey Night in Canada, the merits of a true rebuild, the play of Thatcher Demko, the injury to Quinn Hughes the long term future for Bo Horvat in Vancouver and the week that was for the embattled JT Miller. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Justin Bourne hosts alongside Brent Gunning and Sam McKee! They start the conversation with Sheldon Keefe walking back his criticisms after Monday night's loss and hear what Auston Matthews and Mitch Marner had to say about it, before looking into the Maple Leafs' line shuffle at practice today. Sportsnet.ca's Luke Fox joins the fray to discuss Keefe's comments and Nick Robertson replacing Denis Malgin on the second line ahead of Thursday tilt against Dallas (22:17). Later on, David Amber of Hockey Night in Canada comments on his biggest panic teams around the league, Ilya Lyubushkin's crushing hit on Dylan Holloway, and the optimism surrounding the Ottawa Senators early on this season (40:47) The Athletic's Hailey Salvian hops aboard to share her thoughts on the latest in Leafland, before shifting attention out West to the undefeated Calgary Flames and Darryl Sutter's impact (01:05:44). 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.
Jeff chats with The Athletic's Peter Baugh about Cale Makar's physical presence, the adjustments the Colorado Avalanche have made early in the season, and if Jonathan Toews could be a fit by trade deadline (00:00). Next up, Hockey Night in Canada's Ron MacLean joins the show to look back on the Summit Series, before discussing why the game's best scorers often play on the wing and how the Toronto Maple Leafs responded following Sheldon Keefe's fiery post-game comments Wednesday (19:49). We wrap up with Producer Matty, who shares his "Week in Review" (49:00)! 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.
Long-time sports journalist Chris Johnston is no stranger to the world of sports media. After spending 9 years with Sportsnet covering Hockey Night in Canada, he's now shifted into a role with TSN. His impact on the game has allowed a new perspective of players to flourish, humanizing the game and the stories of athletes. While Chris's childhood dream to work in sports media has come to fruition, he has still faced many challenges along the way. Enjoy another great conversation on the connection between sports and mental health! Watch the episode on our TorchPro YouTube channel. Subscribe to our podcast channel to never miss an episode! Morning Blitz - Our daily sports newsletter to help you become a smarter sports fan. Premera Blue Cross, Always in your Corner. Not Alone Co – Tyler's clothing brand he started to support awareness for mental health. Use code NAC10 for 10% your order! BioSteel – Most trusted sports hydration products on the planet. Use code SYM25 for 25% off your order!
Kyle Bukauskas, rinkside reporter for Sportsnet and Hockey Night in Canada, joins the show to discuss the vibes at Bell Centre on Wednesday night, Carey Price's special pre-game appearance, Sheldon Keefe's public criticism of his team, and how the Leafs played in front of Matt Murray. Then, Ailish and Justin weigh in on speculation surrounding a possible long-term extension for Michael Bunting. Later, Jon Morosi checks in from Houston to discuss the Blue Jays' off-season outlook, why John Schneider is likely to return as manager in 2023, the team's most pressing needs, and Ross Stripling's impending free agency (26:38). 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
My next guest is Caroline Cameron, a host at Sportsnet. She hosts ‘Scotiabank Wednesday Night Hockey,' Hockey Central, and you may have caught her rink-side reporting for Hockey Night in Canada and the Stanley Cup Playoffs. She's also hosted Sportsnet's Olympic and tennis coverage, and YES, she covered Serena Williams' last dance, and YES, we will dig into the experience! Caroline has been with Rogers Sportsnet for a decade now, hired right after graduation. Two years into her career, Caroline was offered a job anchoring Sportsnet Central in Vancouver and moved across the country, taking a huge leap of faith. She's been back in Toronto with Sportsnet since 2016, covering several sports, interviewing, reporting, anchoring and blazing trails for women in sports media. From covering the Olympics to Serena's last dance, she's become a powerful voice in sports and it's been incredible watching her journey from Fanshawe to national sports coverage. It was really cool hearing about Caroline's transition out of school because we attended the same joint degree & diploma program in London, ON at Fanshawe College and Western University, where we both graduated with a diploma in broadcast journalism and a bachelor's degree from UWO! Follow Caroline Cameron on twitter HERE. Follow Caroline Cameron on Instagram HERE. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Agency, vendor, and not-for-profit, Lucy Collin has touched virtually every segment of the media & marketing world. Born & raised in Cartier, Ontario—a small town 80 kilometers north of Sudbury, Lucy moved to Toronto when she was 18 to study Fashion Merchandising and Marketing at Centennial College. After graduating, Lucy moved into media buying & planning at Media Buying Services. Additional opportunities to grow within the agency world presented themselves before pivoting into broadcast sales at the CBC. That was just the start of a sales career that went from local markets in Western Canada to leading sales for multiple Olympic Games and Hockey Night in Canada. Lucy would continue to hold sales & marketing leadership positions at IMG, Marketing Magazine, and Bell Media, to name a few. Lucy Collin, the Canadian Marketing Association's VP of Member Experience, stops by to chat about growing up in Northern Ontario, the move to the big city, her storied media career, and moving into the not-for-profit sector. www.mediapeople.ca www.instagram.com/vicgenova/
From covering events like Hockey Night in Canada, CFL football, Canadian Open golf, as well as numerous Olympic, Commonwealth, and Canada Games broadcasts covering a variety of sports and competitions, Steve Armitage has been a staple on the televisions of countless Canadians and now he joins Bob and John on the podcast to look back at his illustrious career. From what got him into the business to his research methods when it comes to calling sports he isn't the most familiar with, we talk to Steve about his time working at the Olympic games, as he lets us know which of the 18 games he's worked at was his favourite as well as the athletes that have impressed him the most. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On the Monday edition of the Athletic Hockey Show, Ian Mendes and Hailey Salvian welcome Cassie Campbell Pascall from Hockey Night in Canada and ESPN to discuss Brad Treliving's red hot summer of deals including landing Nazem Kadri, MacKenzie Weegar and Jonathan Huberdeau after losing Matthew Tkachuk and Johnny Gaudreau, We talk with Cass about participating in the Canada Pacific Pan-Am in Ottawa and watching a hockey game with Queen Elisabeth. Max Bultman and Corey Pronman provide their analysis on the 2022 World Junior Hockey Championships, the overtime win for Canada in the gold medal game, the players who stood out and those who disappointed. Plus Ian and Hailey rate press box foods, helmet nachos and ask who had the better summer, Brad Treliving or Pierre Dorion? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Dating back nearly a century, Hockey Night In Canada has become a cultural touchstone of Canada. Beginning in 1952, Canadians gathered around their television sets to watch their teams battle on the ice and continue to do so to this day.Boris Fundraiser: https://gofund.me/e2b58b58Vote for Canadian History Ehx at Canada Podcasting Awards: https://canpodawards.ca/vote/cultural/Support: patreon.com/canadaehxDonate: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/craigUDonate: canadaehx.com (Click Donate)E-mail: email@example.comTwitter: twitter.com/craigbairdInstagram: @Bairdo37YouTube: youtube.com/c/canadianhistoryehx
Thomas and Farhan welcome Canucks fan favourite Kevin Bieksa to a live room edition of the VANcast. The breakout star of Hockey Night in Canada takes VANcast listener questions on his career in Vancouver, what he thinks of the Canucks free agent moves, Ilya Mikheyev, Curtis Lazar and Collin Delia and the shocking Johnny Gaudreau signing in Columbus. Plus, 'Juice' shares some awesome stories of the heyday of the Vancouver Canucks. This episode of the VANcast originally aired as a live room on Wednesday, July 13th at 6:30pm Pacific time. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The 2022 entry draft to the prestigious National hockey league was very closely followed in Slovakia, since a strong generation of prospective players was to make its entry into the top league. Even more, make its entry in the top spot. Canadian Shane Wright or Juraj Slafkovsky of Slovakia - that was the dilemma for hockey commentators across the world. In the end, Slovakia ended up with six drafted players and the first two spots overall. Is the Slafkomania about to begin in Montreal? Or has it already started? Listen to learn more.
Ken Wiebe and Sean Reynolds of Sportsnet take a look at what free agency could bring for the Winnipeg Jets. We also take a look back at the 2022 NHL Draft with Jets director of amateur scouting Mark Hillier (35:00) and welcome in Elliotte Friedman (52:00) from Hockey Night in Canada, 32 Thoughts and Sportsnet to discuss the Jets.
The warning signs of a global recession are starting to heat up Michael Levy, CKNW Business Analyst discusses how close the world is to a global recession Former Canucks Daniel Sedin, Henrik Sedin and Roberto Luongo named to the 2022 Hockey Hall of Fame inductee class Jim Hughson, former Hockey Night in Canada broadcaster and Canucks play-by-play announcer reacts to the news that three former Vancouver Canucks have been named as part of the 2022 inductees into the Hockey Hall of Fame - Henrik & Daniel Sedin along with Roberto Luongo Calling all paw patrol! What you need to know about pet safety during a heat wave Dr. Lauren Adelman, Veterinarian at Canada West Veterinary Specialists Hospital discusses what all pet owners need to know to care for their animals during the summer heat. A new visa will let Canadian remote workers live in Bali tax-free.. But does this sound too good to be true? Jenson Leung, Employment Lawyer at Samfiru Tumarkin LLP discusses a new visa that will allow Canadians to work remotely while living in Bali tax-free. New BC sales tax rules go into effect July 1 for online marketplaces like Amazon, eBay Andy Baryer, Technology and Digital Lifestyle Expert at HandyAndyMedia.com & a weekly contributor on The Shift with Shane Hewitt tells us what this new tax means for our online shopping Vancouver Art Gallery receives $30M in federal funding in preparation for new location Anthony Kiendl, President and CEO of the Vancouver Art Gallery tell us what the new funding means to the development of the Art Gallery See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Jim Hughson, former Hockey Night in Canada broadcaster and Canucks play-by-play announcer reacts to the news that three former Vancouver Canucks have been named as part of the 2022 inductees into the Hockey Hall of Fame - Henrik & Daniel Sedin along with Roberto Luongo See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In the second hour of the show, Darren and Willy talk to Kevin Bieksa of Hockey Night in Canada about his fight with Mike Fisher in 2015. Later in the hour, Bill Bender of Sporting News joins the guys to talk about Arch Manning's commitment to Texas to play football.
Jeff chats with Matthew DeFranks, writer for the Dallas Morning News, about the impending hire of Pete DeBoer in Dallas, the interesting dynamic with the current contract situation with Jim Nill and Joe Pavelski's influence on the coaching move (00:31). Hockey Night in Canada's Craig Simpson looks back on the Lightning's big Game 3 win, Andrei Vasilevskiy's performance and who might be at the top of the Conn Smythe list right now (17:49). Finally, EliteProspect.com's Cam Robinson weighs in on the Canucks' signing of Andrei Kuzmenko, and why Shane Wright is his number one overall player in the upcoming draft (49:10). 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.
A true icon in the North American media landscape, George Stroumboulopoulos has done it all. Just to list a few of his accolades, George has hosted and executive produced shows on MuchMusic, to George Strombolopolous tonight on CBC, to Hockey Night in Canada and now he hosts a talk radio show on Apple Music. George is also heavily involved in several philanthropic endeavors, including the Artists for Peace and Justic board which he sits on with Natasha. On this episode the pair discuss George's outlook on life, to his relationship with hope and optimism, breaking his own biases and making risky bets in business.
Today on the show we chat about an embarrassing weekend for Canada soccer with the cancellation of their friendly here yesterday. Our guests include Jason Strudwick on the Oilers being on the brink of elimination and Elliotte Friedman from Hockey Night in Canada.
Dan and Sat break down potential packages for JT Miller with the help of producers Josh's article surrounding eight possible teams and deals. Also, Hockey Night in Canada's David Amber joins the show to discuss the conference finals series' and the market of New York.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.
Longtime sportscaster John Shannon joins Creech and Dean to talk about his longtime relationship with Dean dating back to Hockey Night in Canada, Battle of Alberta, goaltending proving to be the difference, Connor McDavid somehow finding another gear, leadership shining through, and a look around at some of the other series.
We're joined in this one by former NHL goalie Kelly Hrudey, now an analyst on Hockey Night in Canada. Kelly talks about life behind the scenes on the broadcast, his journey to the NHL, how he became a goalie, and how he was cut from every top team until he turned 17. We discuss his scrappy days in the Western Hockey League, he provides some great advice for young goalies, and how he when he knew it was time to retire. We also get into how honoured Kelly was when Patrick Marleau recently gave him a shout out on his way out the NHL door. Darryl Sutter's ability to turn the Flames around has been a big story but Kelly definitely isn't running Sutter's fan club.
For the first time ever, the Winged Wheel Podcast welcomes Elliotte Friedman of Sportsnet, 32 Thoughts, Hockey Night in Canada, & the overall world of hockey insiders onto the podcast! Tune in as Friedge gives his thoughts, stories, and opinions on everything from working with Steve Yzerman to the Detroit Red Wings rebuild, what it's like to be a hockey insider, working with Jeff Marek, insights into NHL legends, and so much more! (4:21) We also discuss the brewing rumors of Toronto looking to trade for a player like Tyler Bertuzzi: whether Yzerman would make Bert available to a division rival, what Dubas would have to give up, if Nylander, Knies, etc. would be in play, and lots more! (49:04) Also, the Pontus Andreasson signing made official (1:00:41), as well as more news in the coaching world, with Barry Trotz, Lane Lambert, Derek Lalonde, & other key players making headlines. (1:02:40) Finally, we give an update on the Stanley Cup Playoffs (and make some new predictions) (1:11:15) before jumping into Overtime - enjoy! Prashanth's "If I Were Steve Yzerman - Part 1" article: https://www.wingedwheelpodcast.com/post/if-i-were-steve-yzerman-2022-edition-part-1 Head over to wingedwheelpodcast.com to find all the ways to listen, how to support the show, and so much more.
The World Hockey Report Podcast is the leading hockey podcast covering the sport hockey on a global scale presented by The Hockey Podcast Network With your host: Cody Janzen, presented by Lordco Auto Parts Presented by Draftkings.com USE promo code THPN for signup bonuses & weekly deals for Daily Fantasy & SportsBook App. World Hockey Report is LIVE on 12oz Sports, Zingo TV Channel 761, and 12ozSportsNetwork.com/live. World Hockey Podcast is Presented by The Hockey Podcast Network Show Outline -Jimmy Collins aka Morning Skate Ked on Rangers -Jack Leverentz from 10k Takes on Wild -Harpreet Pandher from HNIC on RD 2 BUY MERCH TODAY: Premium Pullover Hoodie Classic Crewneck Sweatshirt Women's Classic V-Neck Tee Classic Tee NHL Teams Anaheim Ducks Arizona Coyotes Boston Bruins Buffalo Sabres Calgary Flames Carolina Hurricanes Chicago Blackhawks Colorado Avalanche Columbus Blue Jackets Dallas Stars Detroit Red Wings Edmonton Oilers Florida Panthers Los Angeles Kings Minnesota Wild Montreal Canadiens Nashville Predators New Jersey Devils New York Islanders New York Rangers Ottawa Senators Philadelphia Flyers Pittsburgh Penguins San Jose Sharks Seattle Kraken St Louis Blues Tampa Bay Lightning Toronto Maple Leafs Vancouver Canucks Vegas Golden Knights Washington Capitals Winnipeg Jets World Hockey Report - Featuring The Morning Skate Ked, Jack Leverentz from 10k Takes, & Harpreet Pandher of Hockey Night in Canada (May 17th, 2022) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The World Hockey Report Podcast is the leading hockey podcast covering the sport hockey on a global scale presented by The Hockey Podcast Network With your host: Cody Janzen, presented by Lordco Auto Parts Presented by Draftkings.com USE promo code THPN for signup bonuses & weekly deals for Daily Fantasy & SportsBook App. World Hockey Report is LIVE on 12oz Sports, Zingo TV Channel 761, and 12ozSportsNetwork.com/live. World Hockey Podcast is Presented by The Hockey Podcast Network Show Outline -Jimmy Collins aka Morning Skate Ked on Rangers -Jack Leverentz from 10k Takes on Wild -Harpreet Pandher from HNIC on RD 2 BUY MERCH TODAY: Premium Pullover Hoodie Classic Crewneck Sweatshirt Women's Classic V-Neck Tee Classic Tee NHL Teams Anaheim Ducks Arizona Coyotes Boston Bruins Buffalo Sabres Calgary Flames Carolina Hurricanes Chicago Blackhawks Colorado Avalanche Columbus Blue Jackets Dallas Stars Detroit Red Wings Edmonton Oilers Florida Panthers Los Angeles Kings Minnesota Wild Montreal Canadiens Nashville Predators New Jersey Devils New York Islanders New York Rangers Ottawa Senators Philadelphia Flyers Pittsburgh Penguins San Jose Sharks Seattle Kraken St Louis Blues Tampa Bay Lightning Toronto Maple Leafs Vancouver Canucks Vegas Golden Knights Washington Capitals Winnipeg Jets World Hockey Report - Featuring The Morning Skate Ked, Jack Leverentz from 10k Takes, & Harpreet Pandher of Hockey Night in Canada (May 17th, 2022)
NBC's Drew Remenda and Greg Millen from Hockey Night in Canada join the podcast to discuss the recent happenings in the first round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs. The Toronto Maple Leafs big win last night, The struggling Oilers and more on the docket today with Bob asking one of his best questions to date at the end of the show - Would you trade Auston Matthews for Connor McDavid? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Dr. Jay Calvert chats with hockey journalist & author Scott Morrison about his brand new book "1972: The Series That Changed Hockey Forever" - all about the 1972 Canada-Soviet Union Summit Series! Dr. Calvert & Scott deep dive into the perhaps the greatest series in the history of hockey, and lasting effect it's had on the game we love. The guys also discuss the hot start to this year's playoffs, the playoff format debate, & his thoughts on the Leafs-Lightning series. Follow him on Twitter @SMorrisonMedia. Scott Morrison has provided cogent and colourful hockey analysis since his start in 1979, covering the Maple Leafs and NHL for the Toronto Sun. Having reported and provided analysis for Sportsnet, Hockey Night in Canada, and CBC Television and Radio, while making regular appearances across the sports-radio dial, he brings a trusted and measured voice to the hockey-media landscape, twice serving as president of the Professional Hockey Writers' Association. He has written numerous books, including 100 Years, 100 Moments: A Centennial of NHL Hockey, and Catch 22: My Battles, in Hockey and Life with Rick Vaive. In 2006, he received the Hockey Hall of Fame's Elmer Ferguson Memorial Award.
Brendan Dunlop, Jimmy Brennan, Craig Forrest and Dan Wong welcome Sportsnet's David Amber to Footy Prime to chat Canada's Winter Sport, that is not Football. Is this the year the Toronto Maple Leafs' Stanley Cup drought comes to an end? Jimmy sure hopes so! A rollicking 40 minutes with a Rapid Fire thrown in. See who the boys have in the Stanley Cup Playoffs. Sharms has the Leafs but he was away making pies today.
Kyper and Bourne kick off today's episode reminiscing over Producer Sammy's absence, before looking ahead to the Leafs' final regular season game tonight with Kyper's Clippers from Sheldon Keefe on resting his stars and Wayne Simmonds on the lessons learned from last season (00:23). Later on, former Toronto Maple Leafs goalie and current NESN analyst, Andrew Raycroft joins to chat about both what the Bruins have looked like this year as well as who they would like to face (25:13). Next up, Garry Galley of Hockey night in Canada stops by to discuss what he expects from this iteration of the Leafs, the journey for Jack Campbell this year, and how the addition of Mark Giordano has bolstered the d-core so far (41:24). Watch on YouTube! 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.
Award-Winning East Coast Pop Artist and Stunning Vocalist Rachel Cousins takes us behind her anthemic new single ‘For Myself'! Empowering, soulful, and packed with incredible vocals and harmonies, "For Myself" is a song that stays true to Rachel's early 2000's Pop sound while seamlessly blending in modern R&B elements. Written shortly after a breakup, the song eloquently delivers the universal message that there's nothing wrong with taking time and doing things for oneself. We also discuss recently being featured on Hockey Night In Canada, the recent shift in Rachel's sound, a potential future album & tour, and more! Connect with Rachel Cousins! - - - - - - - - - - Support Colton Gee and Desert Tiger ----- Check out our webstore @ Follow Colton Gee and Desert Tiger -----
Longtime NHL player and executive Scott Mellanby joins SFTS to talk about the upcoming Wild-St. Louis playoff series, Kaprizov vs. Tarasenko, leaving the Montreal Canadiens as assistant GM earlier this season, his Florida Panthers "rat trick" and the recent loss of his father, longtime Hockey Night in Canada executive producer Ralph Mellanby, who also produced the 1980 Miracle on Ice telecast. Plus Russo provides an update on the Wild who have a 12 game point streak at home, and are setting team records everywhere you look. The Wild, who are on a 19-2-4 run are rolling without the likes of Marcus Foligno, Jordan Greenway and Matt Dumba are looking ahead to the St. Louis Blues series which prompts Russo to discusses the ridiculous playoff format in the NHL, Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The host of Hockey Night in Canada hops on to discuss censorship, Ottawa and some stories from the past. Ron has also appeared on episodes 100 & 173 Let me know what you think Text me 587-217-8500 Support here: https://www.patreon.com/ShaunNewmanPodcast
This week we fact check Hockey Night in Canada, and compare the new iPad Air to the iPad Pro, review masked Face ID, and debate whether the Apple Studio Display is a good deal. Apple announces WWDC 2022 starting June 6. We share our opinions on the online version of WWDC. Apple is apparently testing nine M2 based Macs and may introduce a new MacBook Air at WWDC. Apple's new A16 chip only included with higher-end iPhone 14 Pro models, base model iPhone 14 uses same chip as iPhone 13. Has the time come to rent iPhones? Apple finally lets ‘reader' link to their own sites. 'if let' gets new syntax in Swift 5.6. Picks: RWDevCon 2017 Inspiration Talk: I'm an Idiot by Richard Turton, Remember when Apple built a Mac OS running on top of Solaris and HP-UX? Seriously. It happened, Cybersecurity and Skin Care, Improving Accessibility: VoiceOver, Swift Fiddle, Live, Laugh, Delete Derived Data, Awesome Swift, 40+ iOS 15.4 changes and features!
Hockey Night to Remember: The Life of Brian “Spinner” SpencerHe was a kid who learned how to skate practically before he could walk. Born and raised in asmall northern Canadian town, Brian Spencer had a dream that one day he would make to theNational Hockey League. It was an irresistible desire that came with a lot of sacrifice for himand his dad Roy. But their hard work and determination finally paid off when Brian was draftedby the Toronto Maple Leafs in 1969.Sadly on the night Brian was to make his Hockey Night in Canada debut, tragedy would eclipsethe momentous event. Brian's NHL career would be forever overshadowed by what happenedon that fateful night and his life after hockey would descend into a world of darkness anddespair that he could never recover from. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The host of Hockey Night in Canada, David Amber joined Blake and Jeff to talk about the playoff race. Not before we got into a little reality tv talk. Says that last night for the Canucks was good to get the win but would have been better in regulation. We’ve seen crazier things in sports then this Canucks team making the playoffs. They need other teams to falter. Didn’t think we’d be here in October and November. Talked about Vegas. Says something doesn’t feel right about the group. They aren’t the Vegas of old, per say… Maybe giving up on MAF after Lehner didn’t look good. Wonders what the dressing room is like. Talked about the Alberta teams. Talked about the Hart Trophy race. Talked about a MIN v STL series. It would be an all-out brawl. Really likes that MIN and vs the Blues it would be a great series. Talked about how much Canadian hockey success means to the network. Talked about the optimal matchup for the Leafs. Either Tampa or BOS, who are most likely, are both compelling. The funny this is that they’ll likely have home ice advantage but come in as underdogs because of their playoff history.Darren Dreger of the Ray and Dregs Podcast and NHL Insider, joined Blake and Jeff. Talked about some of the college free agents that are being swept up to end the season. Talked about Vegas and the job they’ve done. Talked about Owen Power and his debut. Dregs says it’s so strange that good teams have their kryptonite. Obvious that Leafs have more fire power but they were sleepy last night. Team looks like it’s fumbling around trying to get AM to 60 goals. Talked about where he thinks Matthews will finish the season in goals.Our friend, Farhan Lalji, happened to be in the neighbourhood and jumped on to close the show. Talked about the Canucks. Talked about the CFL.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today on the show we are joined by Canucks defenseman Luke Schenn to chat about his season and playing with Quinn Hughes. Also Elliotte Friedman joins us from Hockey Night in Canada to chat about the latest around the Canucks and NHL.
The fellas survived their moving weekends and are now all settled into their new cribs just in time to take in the majesty of Augusta! New on Missin Curfew this week is the first of a recurring segment from a good friend of the pod called “Who the F@ck is Larry Flowers?” Flowers (@LFJEWELERS) joins the fellas to answer his favorite fan questions that were sent in. Then the boys are joined by a former Canadian Goaltender and Executive Director/President of the NHL Alumni Association, Glenn Healy, to discuss the main goal of the NHL Alumni Association, veteran leadership in todays NHL and hosting Hockey Night in Canada. But first the fellas have some topics to snap around:- Ryan Getzlaf Announces his Retirement - Masters Week- The Flyers shutting down the Yandle - Ducks & Coyotes Beef - The Parlay Cafe Making a Comeback- And much more!Then former director of the NHLPA and Stanley Cup Champion with the New York Rangers, Glenn Healy, joins the fellas to break down life after the National League, the family bond an NHLer has with the sport, the legend of Ted Lindsay, the NHL Alumni expanding to Europe, and much more!
Over the course of the next two episodes you'll hear two very different stories about two very different lives. 70-year-old Laurel and 36-year-old Jessie had no connection in life, but they both had progressive, incurable diseases that steadily robbed them of independence and quality of life. They both also lived in Calgary, and that meant they had access to Alberta Health Care's Medical Assistance in Dying program, also known as MAiD. Both women, whose lives traveled such different arcs, chose to use MAID. Today you'll hear Ryan Leslie tell his mom's story. Ryan is an on-air NHL host for Sportsnet and on Hockey Night in Canada. His mom, Laurel, who had the chronic lung disease COPD, died in September 2021. Going through the experience of MAID left an indelible impact on Ryan, Laurel's only child. Then, in two weeks, Heather Lucier talks about her daughter, Jessie Ravnsborg, who died in November 2019 at the much-too-young age of 36. Heather's story is, of course, different than Ryan's. Jessie's death was out of order. Children are supposed to bury their parents, not the other way around. About 18 months before Jessie died, she was diagnosed with ALS. As is so often the case for ALS patients, Jessie's deterioration was swift. So, too, was her decision to wring all the love and goodness out of the days she had left and, then, when her quality of life diminished beyond the point when moments of happiness could pierce through the darkness of her disease, she would use MAID.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/kelsiesnow)