To finalize our offseason series, we're shifting our attention to goalie and looking at best- and worst-case scenarios for Igor Shesterkin and Jaroslav Halak!! Why Igor at 5.67 million per year might be the biggest steal in the NHL. Also, revisiting the Rangers' decision to take a leap of faith and extend him when they did. Will Igor win back-to-back Vezinas?! Can Halak excel in a backup role and keep the Rangers afloat if Igor misses any time? Why he might have been the best backup available. Episode 670. Intro song is “Leave the Lights On” by Passafire. 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! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
2022-09-09 Igor Shesterkin und Chris Kreider waren die überragenden Spieler der Rangers im Vorjahr. Können die beiden ihre Leistungen wiederholen, oder sind junge Spieler wie Lafrenière oder Kakko in der Lage die Veteranen zu entlasten. ---------------------------------------------------------- Sportpassion Unterstützen? Kauf mir einen Kaffee Host @Lars_Mah Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | CastBox | Deezer | Google Podcasts | Overcast | RSS | Spotify | Stitcher
The Calgary Flames have signed free agent center Nazem Kadri to a big free agent deal and traded Sean Monahan to the Candiens to clear up some cap space. Jess Belmosto of Locked On Flames joins us to discuss the impact Kadri will have in Calgary, what the loss of Monahan means and how the Flames had a successful offseason despite losing two 100-plus point players. The Canadiens got some bad news about goalie Carey Price, he will likely miss the entire 2022-23 season. Scott Matla of Locked On Canadiens joins us to discuss what that will mean for the Habs and where Sean Monahan fits in to their lineup. And the New York Rangers have a new captain in Jacob Trouba and a new backup goalie in Jaroslav Halak. Jon Chik of Locked On New York Rangers stops by to discuss the busy offseason on Broadway. All this and more on the Monday edition of the Locked On NHL Podcast with Gil Martin. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Denis Gorman of the AP and Newsday joins the show to go over the New York Rangers. Victor and Jesse ask Denis about pros Artemi Panarin, Mika Zibanejad, Chris Kreider, Vincent Trocheck,, Filip Chytil, Kaapo Kakko, Alexis Lafreniere, Adam Fox, Jacob Trouba, Braden Schneider, K'Andre Miller, Zac Jones, Nils Lundkvist, Igor Shesterkin, and Jaroslav Halak. Dan Tiffany of Dobbert Prospects brings "Tiff's Takes" on the goalies (47:30). In the Dynasty Dig (57:30), Victor breaks down Brennan Othmann, Adam Sykora, and Nils Lundkvist with the help of reports from FHL Scouts Jake, Jeremy, and Jamieson. Mason Black (@NHLRankKing) delivers poll results comparing these three to similarly rostered or performing prospects and Jesse and Victor debate the results. Our show is presented by Fantrax.com and proud to be a part of the Dobber Podcast Network. Email email@example.com and ask to join our free discord. Join our Patreon at Patreon.com/fantasyhockeylife for rankings, bonus podcasts, in-depth prospect reports with video, show notes and more. Listen and subscribe wherever podcasts are posted - and give us 5 stars! We want to be your best place to talk about the game of dynasty fantasy hockey. For an explanation of tiers, check the @fanhockeylife discord.
The Rangers are up against the salary cap, and with Kaapo Kakko still needing a new deal, there doesn't appear to be room for Tyler Motte. But is there a way that the Rangers can still fit him in under the cap??? One involves a trade of a popular player. We discuss! Assessing the Rangers' new-look goalie depth chart behind Igor Shesterkin, which now includes Jaroslav Halak and Louis Domingue! Thoughts on all six Ranger free agents that signed elsewhere: Andrew Copp, Ryan Strome, Frank Vatrano, Kevin Rooney, Justin Braun and Keith Kinkaid. NOTE: Though it may not have been 100 percent official at time of recording, it appears that Greg McKegg has signed with the Edmonton Oilers for two years at $762,500 per year. Episode 640. Intro song is “Leave the Lights On” by Passafire. 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! Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Chris Drury addressed the team's main needs by locking in their second line center and acquiring a backup goaltender. Some important cap constraints were also alleviated in the Arizona deal. New York's #2 Sports Show is an Influencer Audio production. Music provided by Stephen Dillaro: https://soundcloud.com/stephendillaro
NHL Free Agency is upon us and the question on everyone's mind is will Johnny Gaudreau resign with the Calgary Flames or will he become a Philadelphia Flyer? Tonight, we look into what the future holds for the All Star Left Wing.What happens if the Flyers are unable to secure Gaudreau? Would they possibly look at another Flame in Matthew Tkachuk, who Calgary is also looking to ink to a long-term contract? Or will the Flyers turn their attention towards their Keystone State rivals and steal Evgeni Malkin from the Pittsburgh Penguins? It's become clear, if the Pens are going to bring Malkin back, it will be on their terms, not his. The club prioritized re-signing Kris Letang and got that done by signing the defenseman to a six-year, $36.6 million contract ($6.1 million AAV). Also on the show, we'll predict if Patrice Bergeron will take one last ride with the Boston Bruins or call it a career. Will David Krejci return to both the NHL and Bruins? Also, with the Toronto Maple Leafs, Edmonton Oilers, Washington Capitals and Buffalo Sabres all in the market for a No. 1 goalie, where will UFA netminders Darcy Kuemper (fresh off a Stanley Cup win), Jack Campbell, Braden Holtby, Jaroslav Halak, Thomas Greiss and Martin Jones land? Matt Murray, was on the table but late Monday evening, the Toronto Maple Leafs picked him up along with a 2023 3rd round draft pick & a 7th round pick in 2024 for future considerations. The New York Rangers now need a backup to Vezina-winning goalie Igor Shesterkin after trading Alexandar Georgiev to the Colorado Avalanche. But a more pressing issue will be signing a second-line center with both Ryan Strome and Andrew Copp becoming unrestricted free agents. The Stanley Cup champs have a busy offseason in store with many FAs, and Nazem Kadri tops the list. Ondrej Palat could be one of the steals of this free-agent class if the Tampa Bay Lightning can't sign the forward. And John Klingberg could be on the move, as well! Will old friend Claude Giroux move back home and sign with the Ottawa Senators now that they have acquired Alex DeBrincat? Answers to these questions and more plus a review of the 2022 NHL Draft, and don't forget the Shootout, where the boys hit on rapid-fire topics to close us out!
In the first live episode of Locked On New York Rangers, we're reacting live to the news that the Rangers have signed Vincent Trocheck to a seven-year, $39.375 million deal, an average annual value of $5.625 million! We're discussing why Trocheck was the best available target for the Rangers, relative to their salary cap situation. Plus, Andrew Copp departs the Rangers and signs with the Detroit Red Wings on a five-year deal worth 5.625 million dollars. After they got identical AAVs, we're debating Trocheck vs. Copp!! The Rangers also sign one of the better backup goalies available, inking Jaroslav Halak to a one-year, $1.55 million deal. Episode 639. 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! Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Vancouver Canucks were a tale of two seasons and Dave Hall, Dobber Prospects Managing Editor, breaks them both down for Victor and Jesse. We cover JT Miller, Elias Pettersson, Bo Horvat, Conor Garland, Brock Boeser, Vasili Podkolzin, Nils Hoglander, Quinn Hughes, Oliver Ekman-Larsson, Luke Schenn, Tyler Myers, Thatcher Demko, Jaroslav Halak, and Michael DiPietro. Dan Tiffany joins us to chat goalies. In the Dynasty Dig, we cover Jack Rathbone, Linus Karlsson, and Jett Woo. FHL Scouts Tony, Jarno, and Jeremy give their reports along with takes from Victor and Dave. Jesse and Victor break down the results of @NHLRankKing polls of these three prospects vs similarly rostered prospects. Our show is presented by Fantrax.com and proud to be a part of the Dobber Podcast Network. Email firstname.lastname@example.org and ask to join our free discord. Join our Patreon at Patreon.com/fantasyhockeylife for rankings, bonus podcasts, in-depth prospect reports with video, show notes and more. Listen and subscribe wherever podcasts are posted - and give us 5 stars! We want to be your best place to talk about the game of dynasty fantasy hockey. For an explanation of tiers, check the @fanhockeylife twitter.
The Capitals have some big decisions to make in net this off season. Ilya Samsonov and Vitek Vanecek will be free agents in July. Which goalie do they keep and which one goes? I talk about who I think the Capitals will keep. What free agent goalie will the Capitals pickup? Jaroslav Halak, Marc-Andre Fleury or Braden Holtby?!? The Capitals face some big questions in net and whoever they pick will have to fit under the salary cap. 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! Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Athletic Greens Athletic Greens is going to give you a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase. All you have to do is visit athleticgreens.com/NHLNETWORK. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Bik Nizzar and Randip Janda debate Jaroslav Halak starting over Thatcher Demko against the Senators and take a look at the playoff picture after a big win against the Stars. Later, they open the phone lines and take calls from the people about the Canucks.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.
Jeff and Elliotte chat about the 26th anniversary of Mike Legg scoring "The Michigan" against the University of Minnesota, and the goal's impact on the game of hockey (0:04). Then the guys talk about the ramifications of the voided Evgenii Dadonov trade, what happens now for Dadonov and the Golden Knights, and what it'll take for Vegas to make the postseason (3:26). Next, they touch on Elliotte's latest 32 Thoughts blog in which he notes to keep an eye on Colin White and the Canadiens, the Flames' interest in Hampus Lindholm ahead of the deadline, Carson Soucy being highly sought-after, and Oscar Dansk looking at an NHL return (10:26). To wrap, a thought on Mark Giordano's debut, Jaroslav Halak's stellar outing against the Avalanche and whether the Canucks are still in the playoff race, why this summer should be a busy one for Vancouver (and other teams), and the CHL top prospects game in Kitchener (15:48).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.
Dan Riccio and Satiar Shah look back at a big win for the Vancouver Canucks as they took care of business against the Colorado Avalanche on the back of a big performance from Jaroslav Halak. They guys are joined by Colby Armstrong in the second segment to go around the league and then John Garrett stops by in the third segment to chat about the Canucks.
Dan and Sat discuss which Canuck has the most to prove down the stretch as we head into the final games of the season. Also, hear from InGoal Magazine's Kevin Woodley on Jaroslav Halak finally getting a start, Thatcher Demko, and Fleury heading to Minnesota.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.
Jamie Dodd and Thomas Drance give some praise to the Canucks for a strong effort against the Avalanche in a big 3-1 win on the back of Jaroslav Halak. The fellas discuss how they can turn one game into multiple wins with a consistent performance on a night-to-night basis.
Dan and Sat discuss Oliver Ekman-Larsson's recent play and if his deployment is concerning at all for the Canucks. Also, hear from InGoal Magazine's Kevin Woodley joins to talk about Demko's recent play, how much rest he needs, and what's been going on with Jaroslav Halak.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.
Farhan and Drancer return to recap Tuesday night's 6-3 win over the New Jersey Devils, discuss Bo Horvat's performance as of late, and Drancer's postgame conversation with him about coming back from his second bout with COVID-19, and responding to criticism. Next, discussing why OEL isn't killing penalties, Harman Dayal's article on J.T. Miller and his competitiveness, and his longterm future with the Canucks, and as the trade deadline approaches, thoughts on Tyler Motte and Jaroslav Halak, and more. Save on a subscription to The Athletic: theathletic.com/vancast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Jamie Dodd and Thomas Drance talk about the Canucks' exciting win against the Devils on Tuesday night. The fellas address the standings and look at what it will take for the Canucks to sneak into the playoffs in the third place of the Pacific division. They wrap up by talking about what to do with Jaroslav Halak as the deadline approaches.
Bik Nizzar and Jamie Dodd talk about some out of the box ideas for the Jaroslav Halak situation. Then, the guys are joined by Sportsnet's David Amber to speak on the Canucks' playoff chances and go around the NHL on the biggest stories of the week.
Bik NIzzar and Jamie Dodd are joined by Sportsnet's Iain McIntyre to discuss the Canucks' struggles in their first periods, get an update on Jaroslav Halak and chat about options for the Canucks at the deadline. The, the fellas wrap it all up with a fun Don't @ Me segment.
Jamie Dodd and Thomas Drance talk about how the playoff race is going to shake out. They address that a path to the playoffs runs through the three games against the Vegas Golden Knights. A discussion is had about the trade deadline situations of Jaroslav Halak, Tyler Motte, Brock Boeser and Conor Garland.
Bik NIzzar and Jamie Dodd talk about the Canucks' loss to the Tampa Bay Lightning and discuss how the Canucks' bad starts are costing them points even with the strong record under Bruce Boudreau. Then, Irfaan Gaffar joins the show to speak on the latest news surrounding the Canucks and if there is any updates on players like Tyler Motte and Jaroslav Halak.
On this edition of the VANcast, Farhan and Thomas look back on the Canucks 3rd period rally and a gutsy comeback win over the Maple Leafs in Toronto on Saturday night. The guys discuss the upcoming seven game home stand and how it's in the teams hands to change the conversation for Jim Rutherford and company leading up to the deadline. Tyler Myers, Tyler Motte, Con or Garland, Jaroslav Halak, Brock Boeser and J.T. Miller remain the Canucks most valuable trade chips, plus, it's a no brainer for the Canucks, it's time to extend head coach Bruce Boudreau. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The best of Halford and Brough for Friday, March 4th includes Kevin Woodley's hit on the show to discuss Jaroslav Halak's poor play recently. You'll also hear Ask Shorty Anything 2.0! 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.
Mike and Jason look at the Canucks comeback win over the Islanders in New York. Kevin Woodley joins the show to discuss the play of Jaroslav Halak and Thatcher Demko. 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.
Dan and Sat are joined by Dave Pagnotta of The Fourth Period with the latest on trade talks around the NHL, including some interest from around the league in Conor Garland. Also, Kevin Woodley of InGoal Magazine stops by to talk about Jaroslav Halak and his struggles.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.
We only get the best guests and Caroline Frolic joined the guys at PP1 Podcast for a nice little chat. We get into the world of CrossFit, being welcomed at the airport by Drake, Jaroslav Halak's lackluster season, and of course Dudes and Guys. Ryan proposes a new JT Miller trade which may or may not work out for anyone. We also discuss shows we're willing to binge because we're too lazy to change the channel. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On an all new VANcast, with the Canucks winners of 5 of the past 7 games, Farhan and Drancer discuss what the team should do with Jaroslav Halak who has struggled his last few times in net, and if the veteran will waive his no move to be dealt by the deadline. Staying on the subject of the trade deadline, Thomas and Farhan discuss reports from NHL insiders Pierre Lebrun, Frank Seravalli and Elliotte Friedman that Canuck players aren't pleased hearing their names mentioned in trade rumours. The guys also take a look at the upcoming schedule for the Canucks and the teams that they are chasing, as Vancouver continues to push towards a late season run and a playoff slot. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Jamie Dodd and Thomas Drance discuss the Canucks' inconsistency and how they need to rely on goaltending to be able to stay above water. they discuss the goaltending situation with Jaroslav Halak and mention Spencer Martin's name. They guys then talk about the culture in the room and how adding a veteran player might help the culture.
Bik and Randip discuss if Jaroslav Halak or the team was more to blame for their struggles against the Devils on Monday night. They discuss if this team needs better leadership after seeing how Halak and the rest of the team reacted. Then, in the second half of the hour, they are joined by former NHL goalie Andrew Raycroft to discuss goalie stuff and stuff.
Today on the show the guys recap the Canucks loss last night in New Jersey and discuss the play of Jaroslav Halak.Iain MacIntyre from Sportsnet stops by to discuss all things Canucks and Craig Button also weighs in on the Canucks stretch recently and Jaroslav Halak.
On an all new VANcast, Farhan and Drancer breakdown yet another Canucks loss, and the team continuing to struggle in the first period of games. The guys discuss Jaroslav Halak's performance, and his bonus which kicked in during this game and how not even the best goaltending performance could have beaten a very prepared New York Islanders team on Wednesday night. The guys look ahead to Saturday's game versus Auston Matthews and the Toronto Maple Leafs, and how the Canucks might go about containing the Leaf superstar. The guys talk about Elias Pettersson's ever improving game, but wonder why he isn't shooting more than he does and Farhan and Drancer stick tap Cammi Granato who joins the Vancouver Canucks from the Seattle Kraken as an assistant General Manager. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Vancouver Canucks failed to complete the miraculous comeback against the New York Islanders after Jaroslav Halak allowed 5 goals in the first period. ParkersPucks gives his thoughts on the game and responds to listener questions. This Canucks post-game show will be live after every regular season game this year, so make sure you're subscribed!
Bik and Randip discuss the situation with Jaroslav Halak and his bonus as he is expected to have his 10th start and trigger his contract's bonus on Wednesday against the Islanders. They are joined by Iain McIntyre in the second segment to discuss the latest Canucks' news and notes.
Canucks go into Chicago and leave with a 3-1 win. Post-game audio from Luke Schenn, Jaroslav Halak, and Bruce Boudreau. Final Score: Canucks: 3 (Shots 32) Blackhawks: 1 (Shots 21) Big thanks to our title sponsor Able Auctions See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Vancouver Canucks face off against the Chicago Blackhawks on Monday afternoon, with only one more game remaining until the All-Star Break. Jaroslav Halak gets the start for the Canucks, as they look to get back above 500 to end off the month of January.
Jason and Drancer welcome in Kevin Woodley to discuss the perfect trade destination for Jaroslav Halak. The boys also make their "spicy" futures picks for the Stanley Cup Final. 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.
Marc-André Bergeron est un ancien défenseur offensif qui a évolué plusieurs saisons dans la LNH. Il est maintenant nul autre que le directeur général des nouveaux Lions de Trois-Rivières dans la ECHL. Il se remémore avec nous les fameuses séries de 2010 où toute la province a vibré au rythme de Jaroslav Halak! Le québécois […]
Farhan and Drancer discuss the last 2 games, and having two very different Canucks team show up to each one. Also, navigating the use of Jaroslav Halak, diving into the latest trade rumors, seeing the best and worst performances from J.T. Miller. To wrap up, expectations for the next two games vs the Blackhawks and Predators, and the guys share their thoughts on the NFL divisional championships over the weekend, and a Rams- Bengals Super Bowl matchup in Los Angeles. Save on a subscription to The Athletic: theathletic.com/vancast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Joshua, Sean, and Bill are joined by The Athletic: Pittsburgh's Jesse Marshall to give Canucks fans a preview of the front office members that were pilfered. Jim Rutherford, Patrik Allvin, and Derek Clancy. What to expect and what they did in Pittsburgh over their lengthy tenures. We also talk to Jesse about the surging Penguins, Tristan Jarry, and whether Canucks' back up goalie Jaroslav Halak would be a perfect in Pittsburgh at the deadline if he would waive his NMC. The Point Shot crew then round tables to discuss JT Miller's hat trick, trade value and the idea behind trading him now.
WELCOME BACK to The LarschCast everybody!! Glad to have you with us again.On this episode we discuss:- Canucks vs Oilers- Spencer Martin's heroics and impact on Jaroslav Halak (and his 1.5M bonus for 10 games)- New Front Office: Jim Rutherford, Patrik Allvin, Émilie Castonguay- Another new hire in Rachel Doerrie and what the Sedins future entails- Upcoming TV and Radio broadcast rights- TRADE TALK: Miller, Boeser, or Horvat? LET'S GO!!
The Hockey Writers Oilers Scribe & Rumors Racontour, Jim Parsons, brings you the latest episode of the 'THW NHL News & Rumors Rundown'. This week Jim covers the possibility of the Edmonton Oilers making changes, the latest on the Evander Kane saga, the Florida Panthers potentially eyeing Jakob Chychrun, news on John Klingberg, trade talk surrounding J.T. Miller and finally an update on Jaroslav Halak. Make sure to check out all of Parson's great work from The Hockey Writers Follow The Hockey Writers: Twitter - Instagram - Facebook Sign up for the "Morning Skate" newsletter Join us in the Hockey Lounge on Discord to talk all things hockey Graphics by Vince Richard Music from BenSound - http://bensound.com
Another week, another podcast.This week, the fellas have to record remotely due to the snow keeping Faber in White Rock. The guys talk about Elias Pettersson going into COVID protocol, if a trade for Jaroslav Halak makes sense and how OEL has been good this year as pointed out by Elliott Friedman in 32 thoughts. Then, Quads gives his pro-Myers rant and Faber gives an update on the Abbotsford Canucks as they play four games in the next five nights.If you made it this far into the description, we would love it if you reviewed the show on Apple Podcasts and gave us five stars. You don't have to though, we don't really care that much but it would be nice and it apparently helps other people find the show! Have a good one!Support the show (http://patreon.com/canucksconvo) See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Episode 140 of the InGoal Radio Podcast, presented by The Hockey Shop Source for Sports, features an extended interview with new Vancouver Canucks goalie Jaroslav Halak.In the feature interview, presented by Sense Arena, we go well beyond Halak's transition to a new team and goalie coach with the Canucks after three seasons with the Boston Bruins, another chance at the Olympics and closing on 300 NHL wins, an admittedly important milestone for the 36-year-old. Halak also shares stories about wanting to be a goalie since he was three years old in Slovakia watching a weekly highlight show featuring his favourite NHL puck stoppers, and the roots of his always clean looking Brian's pads that includes using a Mr. Clean Magic Eraser and a separate set of practice pads.All that, plus a trip back to The Hockey Shop Source for Sports for a look the Bauer Elite Chest Protector, which provides high level protection at a lower price point.You may wish to listen to Episode 3 of the InGoal Radio Podcast which we reference in this episode for our interview with Brian's Pro Rep Chris Jozwiak. We also talk about newly-retired Curtis McElhinney who we interviewed in Episode 28 of the Podcast.To take part in the new Sense Arena Global Skills Competition you can find more information here. We also refer to the new Sense Arena promotion in this episode which gives you $149 off in addition to the 30% off you can get for purchasing an annual licence. Simply use the code IGMPROMO50 at checkout to receive your discount.
On this episode of Canucks After Dark, it's the first day of Free Agent Frenzy in the NHL! Parker and Clay review the biggest signings for the Vancouver Canucks, and around the rest of the NHL, including Tucker Poolman, Luke Schenn, Brandon Sutter, Jaroslav Halak, and Phil Di Giuseppe. Video Version: https://youtu.be/NX-uI8GLxYU Canuck Clay and ParkersPucks host Canucks After Dark, a weekly late-night show focused solely on Vancouver sports. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/canucks-after-dark/message
On this episode of the Keeping Karlsson Fantasy Hockey Podcast, Elan and Brian break down the latest streaks, slumps, line combos and status changes to help you know how to keep guiding your team towards fantasy hockey gold. We begin this episode by discussing the most injured teams, and work our way towards the healthiest, stopping at every fantasy relevant happening on each of the 31 rosters from the last week, including: Does CHI finally have their PP1 QB of the future? Who steps in for the Islanders' ailing leading goal scorer? Will Ondrej Palat keep up his point-per-game play? Is there any value left to be found anywhere in Buffalo? Do Kevin Fiala and Pierre-Luc Dubois deserve the blame for their poor results? Will there be a #1 goalie in Minnesota this season? ..and more! Want more amazing fantasy hockey podcast content? Listen to Dave Betten's Stream Scheme for the goods on the hottest free agent pickups and juiciest schedules of the week, and check out the KKUPFL Stat Attack (and the brand new KKUPFL.com!) for the latest player trends and fantasy strategy tips from the biggest and best fantasy hockey league in the world. Thank you to this episode's sponsor, MyBookie. Sign up today with promo code KARLSSON and get a 50% cash bonus on your first deposit up to a thousand dollars. Plan before you play with tips from the Responsible Gambling Council. Players discussed on this episode include Jaroslav Halak, Matt Grzelcyk, Charlie McAvoy, Juuse Saros, Mattias Ekholm, Kirby Dach, Adam Boqvist, Ryan Graves, Vladimir Tarasenko, Torey Krug, Riley Sheahan, Jack Eichel, Jujhar Khaira, John Gibson, Roope Hintz, Adrian Kempe, Gabe Vilardi, Evgenii Dadonov, Ryan Dzingel, Joey Daccord, Kasperi Kapanen, Evan Rodrigues, Brandon Tanev, Nikita Kucherov, Ondrej Palat, Yanni Gourde, Tyler Johnson, Blake Coleman, Tanner Pearson, Martin Necas, Kevin Fiala, Cam Talbot, Kaapo Kahkonen, Shayne Gostisbehere, Henrik Lundqvist, Pierre-Luc Dubois, Antti Raanta, Adin Hill, Jacob Markstrom, Seth Jones, Dylan Larkin, Anthony Mantha, Filip Hronek, Filip Zadina, Anders Lee, Kieffer Bellows, Tomas Hertl, Dylan Coghlan, Anthony Duclair, Ben Chiarot, Jesperi Kotkaniemi, Filip Chytil, Mika Zibanejad, Keith Kinkaid, Pavel Buchnevich and more. We always invite and appreciate your feedback. Let us know what you think @keepingkarlsson, and if you love the show, write us a five-star review on Apple Podcasts. * * * Join our brilliant, friendly and passionate Keeping Karlsson community by becoming a patron of Keeping Karlsson! Patrons support future episodes of the show and get all kinds of perks in return, like managing teams in the Keeping Karlsson Ultimate Patron Fantasy League (aka the KKUPFL), access to our patrons-only Discord Server, bonus monthly Patroncasts, and weekly show scripts. Keeping Karlsson is proudly presented by Dobber Hockey. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Chris and Drew livestream Episode 28 of Brews & Bruins after the B's shutout win over the New York Rangers. They highlight the play of Jake DeBrusk, David Krejci and Jaroslav Halak before answering listener questions, including who Boston should target at the Trade Deadline. Presented by The Hockey Podcast Network and Bruins Diehards. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On this episode we are joined by Allan Walsh, Co-Managing Director of Octagon-Hockey, who is one of the most respected agents in the game and was recently named to The Hockey News "Top 100 People of Power Influence" list for the 10th consecutive year.Walsh, whose clients include Marc-Andre Fleury, Max Pacioretty, Jaroslav Halak, Jonathan Drouin, and David Perron brings unbridled passion, enthusiasm, and commitment to protecting his clients rights, promoting their interests and maximizing their compensation.Tune in to get a refreshing take and perspective on topics ranging from player safety to career development and the role Walsh plays in helping his clients succeed on and off the ice.
Alex is joined by the following cast of characters: Jesse, Jon, and Josh. These has-beens share their thoughts on the world of sports from the past week. They discuss their fantasy football league playoffs (7:40), Bill Belichick's Eminence (14:30), their Qualin Awards for the most timely play of the week (17:22), and the 2021 World Juniors (32:25). The gang then discuss the most valuable NHL franchises (36:20), Kyrie Irving's shot at the media (39:34), Kevin Love's response to Kyrie (40:10), and James Harden's sense of entitlement (41:31). The crew end the podcast with three intriguing rounds of Start-Bench-Cut (49:37).