Nick Kypreos, Justin Bourne and Sam McKee start with the Leafs' 4-3 shootout win over Seattle last night, another win outside of regulation, Marner's growing confidence, Matthews' concerning time-on-attack numbers, Knies getting benched and the diminished D-corps. Bruins radio analyst Bob Beers joins them (37:22) to tee up Boston's matchup against Toronto tomorrow, how they have gotten off to this hot start, Marchand adjusting to life without Bergeron on his line and their stout defensive unit.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 Big 12 played a crucial role in initiating the latest significant phase of college football conference realignment, incorporating four soon-to-be former Pac-12 member schools. However, Commissioner Brett Yormark has stated that the league is not currently pursuing further expansion. "We're done," Yormark asserted on The Marchand and Ourand Podcast. During another active offseason, Colorado, Arizona, Arizona State, and Utah chose to join the Big 12. Simultaneously, Oregon and Washington opted for the Big Ten, with USC and UCLA set to move to the B1G next summer. Yormark outlined the league's strategic vision, stating, "When I came onboard, there were three significant items we wanted to address. First, we aimed to secure our TV deal early, stabilize the conference, and establish a foundation for the future. Second, we sought to resolve the Oklahoma-Texas situation, a pressing issue from my first day. Lastly, expansion was on the agenda—setting ourselves up for future growth. We accomplished all three in my first year." While there was initial interest in adding Gonzaga or UConn to enhance the basketball lineup, Yormark confirmed that such discussions have ceased. "Unfortunately, things didn't work out, only because the dream scenario unfolded for us." The dream scenario involves the addition of the Four Corners schools, along with BYU, Houston, UCF, and Cincinnati starting this season. The Big 12 aims to offset the impending loss of Texas and Oklahoma to the SEC next year with these strategic moves. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! LinkedIn LinkedIn Jobs helps you find the qualified candidates you want to talk to, faster. Post your job for free at LinkedIn.com/LOCKEDONCOLLEGE. Terms and conditions apply. eBay Motors With all the parts you need at the prices you want, it's easy to turn your car into the MVP and bring home that win. Keep your ride-or-die alive at EbayMotors.com. Eligible items only. Exclusions apply. eBay Guaranteed Fit only available to US customers. PrizePicks Go to PrizePicks.com/lockedoncollege and use code lockedoncollege for a first deposit match up to $100! Daily Fantasy Sports Made Easy! Gametime Download the Gametime app, create an account, and use code LOCKEDONCOLLEGE for $20 off your first purchase. FanDuel Score early this NFL season with FanDuel, America's Number One Sportsbook! Right now, NEW customers get ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY DOLLARS in BONUS BETS with any winning FIVE DOLLAR MONEYLINE BET! That's A HUNDRED AND FIFTY BUCKS – if your team wins! Visit FanDuel.com/LOCKEDON to get started. FANDUEL DISCLAIMER: 21+ in select states. First online real money wager only. Bonus issued as nonwithdrawable free bets that expires in 14 days. Restrictions apply. See terms at sportsbook.fanduel.com. Gambling Problem? Call 1-800-GAMBLER or visit FanDuel.com/RG (CO, IA, MD, MI, NJ, PA, IL, VA, WV), 1-800-NEXT-STEP or text NEXTSTEP to 53342 (AZ), 1-888-789-7777 or visit ccpg.org/chat (CT), 1-800-9-WITH-IT (IN), 1-800-522-4700 (WY, KS) or visit ksgamblinghelp.com (KS), 1-877-770-STOP (LA), 1-877-8-HOPENY or text HOPENY (467369) (NY), TN REDLINE 1-800-889-9789 (TN) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The NFL set a viewership record on Thanksgiving Day across CBS, Fox and NBC. It also kicked-off the first Black Friday game in its history, which was carried on Amazon Prime. Pod hosts Andrew Marchand and John Ourand discuss the league's media dominance and whether Black Friday will follow that trajectory. Now that the NBA is through the round-robin part of its In-Season Tournament, Marchand and Ourand dissect what they like and don't like about the tournament and whether it has the staying power to be one of the NBA's tent-pole events. Two of the most controversial sports media stories of the last two weeks made it onto the pod's list of topics this week. One is the Futurism report that Sports Illustrated had been using AI-generated stories and AI-generated bylines without properly alerting readers. The other is Charissa Thompson's comments to the “Pardon My Take” podcast that she used to make up sideline reports when she wasn't able to track down a coach. This week also sees the return of the “MandO Mailbag.” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The head of Amazon's global sports Jay Marine joins the pod this week to discuss Amazon's sports strategy and how the company uses sports to grow its Prime Video business. Marine opens up to hosts Andrew Marchand and John Ourand about Amazon's NBA negotiations, saying that Amazon wants to have meaningful games – including playoffs – on Amazon Prime. Marine also provides updates on Amazon's negotiations to get NASCAR rights and CFP rights, and offers a preview to what viewers can expect during the first Black Friday game. Marchand and Ourand offer their picks for who is up in sports media, and who is down in sports media. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode, Jaffe and Razor break down the Bruins dominant 5-2 win over the Montreal Canadiens in a Centennial 'Era Night' matchup. They discuss Marchand elevating his game, improved transition defense, the powerplay starting to click, sustained offensive production, the Big Bad Bruins era players & plenty more!
In this episode, Jaffe and Razor break down the Bruins dominant 5-2 win over the Montreal Canadiens in a Centennial 'Era Night' matchup. They discuss Marchand elevating his game, improved transition defense, the powerplay starting to click, sustained offensive production, the Big Bad Bruins era players & plenty more!
The instigator penalty makes a comeback, Bruins' Marchand mouths off, Habs' Gallagher lays into referee Pierre Lambert, Oilers' Draisaitl fined for taking out Horvat's knee, Wild's Duhaime tossed for Harley hit, Jackets' Kuraly has boarding major reduced after review, a Rangers' no-goal results in one of the longest reviews of the year, a quick whistle costs the Flames a goal vs. Leafs, CBJ's Fantilli penalized for 'sportsmanlike' conduct, and... finally... NHL NFTs! Visit scoutingtherefs.com and follow @scoutingtherefs and @toddlewissports on Twitter/X, Instagram, and Threads. Email us your questions - firstname.lastname@example.org #RefsPodcast Questions? Comments? Just looking to vent? Call the RefLine and leave us a message at 585-484-REFS! The Scouting The Refs Podcast is a weekly look at the world of officiating and player safety within the National Hockey League, AHL, ECHL, and other leagues around the world. We'll break down the calls and the rules behind them to help understand why a penalty or suspension was - or wasn't - handed out. Todd Lewis is a veteran broadcaster covering the NHL and other major league sports. Lewis is a former host on the NHL Network and on NHL Network Radio. He's also worked for TSN, Sportsnet as a host/anchor and is a producer of other programs. Josh Smith is the founder of Scouting the Refs, the leading independent site related to hockey officiating which follows hockey officials across the NHL, AHL, ECHL, and other leagues around the world, including news, rule changes and interpretations, suspensions, and statistics on officials and penalty calls. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Charles Marchand helped gain recognition for the oral tradition by performing the repertoire that Marius Barbeau had assembled; Marchand contributed to Barbeau's efforts. And From 1922 to 1926 he made many solo recordings for Edison and Columbia in New York and the Starr studios in Montreal. Marchand helped bring French Canadian songs into the cause of “la bonne chanson,” Marchand. office holder, baritone, folklorist, journalist, and artistic director
Lots went down on today's show, everyone was FIRED up! Edmonton coach fired - who's in charge? It's obviously Jeff Jackson, the former Player Agent for Connor McDavid...not Ken Holland, 2) Matt Petgrave arrested for manslaughter, a sad day for the sport...3) Blues 4 wins in last 5. Binnington 2.27 GA and .930 save %. Is he in 2019 form, 4) Things just get worse for Buffalo as Tage Thompson is out, 5) Nicholas Ehlers fights Brendon Smith. Marchand gets rocked by Dahlin and the entire team comes to his defense.
Disney CEO Bob Iger recently announced the year – 2025 – when ESPN will take its main cable channel direct-to-consumer. Host Andrew Marchand, who has reported on 2025 as the date for a couple of years, and John Ourand discuss what needs to happen before the 2025 launch date. The two hosts identify storylines that should develop over the next two years, as it heads direct-to-consumer. In light of SBJ's report on Netflix's interest in the NBA's In-Season Tournament, Marchand and Ourand discuss Netflix's aspirations to invest in live sports. The hosts also dive into Marchand's exclusive interview with Al Michaels and talk about the future of the broadcasting legend. Former NFL legend and current TV star Eli Manning joins the podcast as The Big Get and addresses how his brother Peyton Manning convinced him to do the “ManningCast” and when he knew that the Monday night show would be a success. Manning also dives into how he dealt with the media as a star quarterback in New York, what he learned from Derek Jeter when talking with the media and who his media influences were in his younger days. Manning also discusses the 2-8 New York Giants and offers suggestions on how his former team can improve. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
"Plusieurs débats au coeur de l'actualité, les Grandes gueules ont le choix, en débattre ou non : Conflit Israël / Hamas : Macron, président girouette ? Un marchand de sommeil devant la justice à Marseille
Dans un communiqué, Énergie électrique du Congo (E2C), principale compagnie de fourniture de courant au Congo, a annoncé que jusqu'au 4 décembre prochain, les Brazzavillois devront faire face à des perturbations répétées d'approvisionnement en courant électrique. Raison avancée : les travaux de maintenance à la centrale électrique du Congo qui fournit à elle seule 70% de l'énergie. Les effets de ces désagréments se font déjà sentir chez ceux qui exercent les petits métiers. De notre correspondant à Brazzaville,Rond-point de la pâte d'oie au cœur de Brazzaville. En cette mi-journée, le soleil frappe fort. Les policiers qui régulent la circulation sont sur les nerfs. Les files de voitures sont longues. Faute de courant, aucun feu de signalisation ne marche. À plusieurs dizaines de mètres de là, en face de la direction des examens et concours, des jeunes étudiants sans emploi tiennent des machines à photocopier qui sont toutes à l'arrêt. Boris, 27 ans, qui ne dépend que de cette activité, est désemparé. « Nous devons avoir le courant en permanence. Donc, la situation actuelle ne nous arrange pas. Il serait mieux qu'ils (les fournisseurs) corrigent ces perturbations », se désole-t-il.Son voisin, assis et le dos contre le mur du stade Marchand, est aussi désabusé.« Sans courant, on ne peut pas vivre. Dans un pays comme le nôtre, on rencontre des situations pareilles, cela nous empêche de bien vivre », tempête-t-il.À lire aussiCongo-B : des villageois dans le noir malgré la présence du pétrole et du courantDes quartiers entiers sont plongés dans l'obscurité à la nuit tombée. Ce qui étonne les Brazzavillois, c'est le fait que les réparations à la centrale électrique du Congo, basée à Pointe-Noire et qui fournit plus de 480 mégawatts, interviennent chaque année ou presque. « C'est une question qu'on devait proprement poser au gouvernement. Je pense que cela ne peut pas s'expliquer. Comment ? C'est bizarre », rumine de colère un autre citoyen.La situation agace et inquiète tous les consommateurs. Certains décrivent leurs difficultés quotidiennes, presque les larmes aux yeux. « Je suis arrivé à la maison et j'ai demandé aux voisins. Ceux-ci m'ont fait comprendre qu'il y avait eu coupure depuis le matin : entre 8h et 9h. Je suis rentré chez moi à 20h. Et, jusqu'à 23h quand j'ai fermé l'œil, il n'y avait pas de courant. Donc, j'ai dormi dans le noir. Je ne sais pas à quel moment le courant s'est rétabli. C'est la merde. On vit le chaos. Autrement dit, c'est chaotique », déplore encore un citoyen.Cette situation chaotique, les Brazzavillois vont la vivre jusqu'au 4 décembre prochain, date annoncée pour le retour des choses à la normale.
What's up aaaaaand welcome back! To the Something's Bruin Podcast! On today's episode Nick and Mike discuss the wild events of this weekend, the Maple Leafs shootout win and the Detroit loss. The guys touch on Marchand breaking the Toronto Maple Leafs and plunging them into an identity crisis in a single night, Tyler Bertuzzi laughing on the bench, all talk no action Ryan Reaves and much much more! As always, we dove deep into your DMs and answered every question. Don't forget to rate, subscribe and leave a show review!
The NBA agreed to a deal with the bankrupt company Diamond Sports Group, which runs the Bally Sports-branded regional sports networks. Hosts Andrew Marchand and John Ourand discuss how that deal affects the 15 NBA teams that have Diamond deals; how the deal could impact the league's national TV negotiations; and what the deal means for Diamond Sports. Marchand and Ourand also discuss how MLB will approach its off-season from a sports media standpoint and look into the takeaways from its ultra successful Chiefs-Dolphins game in Germany last weekend. Mike McCarley, the founder and CEO of TMRW Sports and TGL, joins the pod as The Big Get this week and tells the story about how Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy and he decided to launch this venture. McCarley details what viewers should expect when it launches in January on ESPN. A long-time veteran of the sports media business, McCarley details the current market for sports media rights and offers his two cents on the LIV Golf controversy that took over the sport this summer. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Ray & Benny discuss the Winnipeg Blue Bombers and look back at the season series with the BC Lions and they give their thoughts on the best Defensive Canadian Blue Bomber of all time. In the CFL they look at the East and West Semi Finals, Bo Levi Mitchell's comments, where could Khari Jones end up after being fired and CFL Attendance. In Winnipeg Jets talk, brought to you by Fahrenheit Airbrushing, they look back at the game vs the Arizona Coyotes, look ahead to games vs the St Louis Blues and Nashville Predators, Nino Neiderreiter wants an extension in WPG, Mason Appleton, and what do the Jets need to do to find some consistency or elevate their game. In the NHL, was Marchand over the line with his hit on Timothy Liljegren and in the NFL, what was the Shocker, Disappointment, and season changing games/plays of the weekend.00:00 INTRO00:32 Blue Bomber Talk09:00
Connor McDavid is NOT happy with how things are going in Edmonton, but will it get worse before it gets better for Jay Woodcroft's Oilers squad? Jack Hughes appears to have avoided the worse with his injury, Brady Tkachuk is beefing with Ottawa Senators fans, Brad Marchand has broken the Toronto Maple Leafs and the San Jose Sharks are allergic to stopping goals. Join DJ Bean and Pete Blackburn for another episode of What Chaos! presented by the ALLCITY Network! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Things are going back for many teams across the NHL, but nobody is struggling more than the San Jose Sharks. Over the last week, the Sharks had back-to-back games of allowing 10 goals while countering with only three themselves. It's a dismal time in that organization, and there isn't much light at the end of the tunnel. Another team in disarray is the Edmonton Oilers, who looked uncharacteristically bad again on Saturday versus the Nashville Predators. On Thursday, the Sharks and Oilers clash, which could be an opportunity for both teams to gain some confidence.In more bad news, Jack Hughes is going to be out week to week for the New Jersey Devils. However, Jason Gregor and Frank Seravalli discussed how this could now be an opportunity for more players to step up, but who will?Finally, the Toronto Maple Leafs are in an identity crisis after Brad Marchand was involved in a collision with Timothy Liljegren, which resulted in the young defenceman getting injured. A viral video then emerged after the incident after the Leafs bench was unresponsive to Marchand chirping them during a media timeout. It's safe to say fans are frustrated at seeing that after the team signed Ryan Reaves, Tyler Bertuzzi and Max Domi this summer to address that area of weakness.1:08 Jack Hughes injury3:35 Sheldon Keefe calls out his team 7:48 Anaheim beats Vegas12:20 The San Jose struggles15:19 There's something missing in Edmonton25:01 Generous Guy presented by Crown Royal30:00 The Canucks great startWant to hear more from Frank, Jason and the entire DFO team? Subscribe to our YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@dailyfaceoff2563Check out our friends at Betano and the latest NHL odds here: https://www.betano.ca/sport/hockey/north-america/nhl/10118/ Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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TSN Hockey Analyst Dave Poulin joined OverDrive to discuss Brad Marchand's trip on Timothy Liljegren, how he'd handle the situation and wouldn't allow that to go further, the Hughes' brothers impressive start to the season and the Edmonton Oilers' goaltending conundrum
TSN Hockey Analyst Mike Johnson joined OverDrive to discuss the Leafs' shootout loss to the Bruins, Brad Marchand's questionable trip on Timothy Liljegren, the severity of the injury, the lack of retaliation and response from the Toronto's roster, the Edmonton Oilers' ongoing struggles and the Vancouvers Canucks' outburst against the San Jose Sharks
(00:00) Zolak & Bertrand start the show by reacting to the Bruins shootout win vs. the Toronto Maple Leafs and how this win showed that they have character. (11:54) The team talks more on the Bruins and how the rookies are showing promise and also thoughts on the Marchand hit. (22:54) The crew reacts to Devin McCourty's comments and talks about why fans are upset with the New England Patriots right now. (34:18) We give our picks for Week 9 of The Football Card.
We talk about the Senators situation with Dadonov and Michael Andlauer's comments, Marchand's hit on Liljegren and the Leaf's response, and the Sharks vs Canucks game. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
YouTubeTV experienced a lot of streaming problems on Sunday, and Bally Sports' app was not working on Monday night. Co-hosts Andrew Marchand and John Ourand dive into what those two problems say about where and how streaming fits into the current state of sports media. In other topics, Marchand and Ourand offer their predictions on the NBA's next rights deal, talk about MLB's success this season regardless of World Series ratings and dive into MLS post-season run on AppleTV+. Marchand discusses the sports media listening tour he took last week in Minnesota, where local fans had a lot of opinions about how much they would pay to stream their teams' games. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Laurent Marchand a décidé de dédier sa vie à aider les autres dans leur vie personnelle et professionnelle. Je t'invite à découvrir à travers notre échange comment le développement personnel a transformé sa vie, et celle de milliers de personnes grâce à son accompagnement. Le site internet de Laurent Marchand : Tout est possible Mon site internet Ma formation de 200h Mon compte Instagram
Thank you to Joel at BuffaloDoubleDeckerBusTours.com for the original telling of the story!Clothilde Marchand had a loving family, and her husband's career was on the rise. Why was she the victim of a murder?The reason is far more complex than it seems.
The first road trip of the year is in the books, and the Bruins remain undefeated, now boasting a 6-0-0 record. Joey and Rob go through the biggest moments of the trip including Matt Poitras' first 3 NHL goals, Jake Debrusk getting benched, Lucic missing the last few games, a massive Trent Frederic fight, Marchand continuing to pummel the Kings every chance he gets, and much much more!
Ian Roffman advises boards, directors and company executives when there is trouble - a government subpoena, a whistleblower complaint, a letter or a phone call from a government regulator. In this episode we talk about what a board and management should do when this happens - and how they can position themselves in advance for an inquiry by the government. Big Ideas/Thoughts/Quotes: Our guest Ian Roffman helps boards, directors and company executives when they're facing what can be a significant moment in the existence of a company. Those moments can come upon the receipt of a government subpoena, a whistleblower complaint or even something as seemingly innocuous as a letter or a phone call from a government regulator. Ian comes in to help the boards, help individual directors and help executives as they make their way through those sometimes sticky periods. One of the most important things a company or a board can do when there is a government inquiry is to try to get its arms around the issue as soon as possible. There's a balance that boards need to strike between speed and hastiness. You want to act quickly, but not at the expense of good judgment. The desire to ignore or push off bad news can be pretty strong, but directors have a duty to think about the steps that they need to take to reasonably make sure that they're fulfilling their duty to shareholders, employees and all of their relevant constituencies. The SEC has said that there are the four benchmarks they will look at to evaluate whether a company and its board are good corporate citizens: 1. Self-policing (did you have in place good internal controls? Did you have a good risk function? Did you have an internal audit function, etc.?) 2. Self-reporting (was there transparency and speed in the reporting of the issue?) 3. Remediation (whatever the problem was, did you fix it?) 4. Cooperation (when we asked you for documents, did you give them to us? Did you also give us the documents that we didn't know to ask for? The SEC is very clear that cooperation doesn't just mean you did the things you're required to do. It means you did something extra.) Even though other regulators don't use that same nomenclature, the concepts are always the same. Question: When you get there and you see that there has been some, let's call it, avoidance or cover up, what kinds of things do you tell them to do then? Answer. Often it comes from a really good place, which is that people see a problem and they try to fix it. Where it becomes a "cover up" rather than a solution is if there's a lack of transparency. Really, the key, when you identify a problem, is whether you're trying to fix it secretly versus trying to fix it transparently, and the fix might be identical, but a secret fix is a problem and a transparent fix is a solution. Transparency and collaboration within an organization are among the most powerful things that companies can do to put themselves in a position to deal with regulatory inquiries. Directors' Duty of Oversight. The Marchand decision (2019) is sort of “Caremark duties on steroids.” The case involved the Blue Bell Ice Cream Company, which had a Listeria outbreak in its ice cream. The directors were sued, with a dereliction-of-duty-type theory. The Delaware Supreme Court said that directors have an active duty to oversee the operations of the company, especially when it comes to areas of significant risk within the important areas of the company's operations. In that instance, it was food safety. The director's duty described in Marchand is much more active than what many boards had expected. Whistleblowers. It's in the company's best interest to take a whistleblower complaint seriously - so listen to what it is, look into it. If there's something to it, deal with it. If there's nothing to it, make clear to the government that there's nothing to it, but do not be dismissive of your duty. Insider trading. Insider trading investigations can be incredibly invasive because when the government is looking to see if someone engaged in insider trading, they know that people communicate on their phones and through WhatsApp, WeChat, Slack, Telegram, Snapchat and all those other apps, and so the government is going to go in and they will take your devices. They will require you to image your devices. They'll get forensic images of your device. It is incredibly invasive, and so what a company ought to do is manage its investigative risk around insider trading.
For this week's episode of #NowOnTheTee, we speak with Franklin, Indiana native Paul Marchand. Marchand was an outstanding player who attended the University of Houston where he played on the same team as Fred Couples. He would become Fred's longtime swing coach. In this episode he talks about growing up in Franklin, his time at Houston, and how Fred Couples winning The Masters changed his life.
For this week's episode of #NowOnTheTee, we speak with Franklin, Indiana native Paul Marchand. Marchand was an outstanding player who attended the University of Houston, where he played on the same team as Fred Couples. He would become Fred's longtime swing coach. In this episode, he talks about growing up in Franklin, his time at Houston, and how Fred Couples winning The Masters changed his life.
As rumors about ESPN's streaming plans continue to swirl around, hosts Andrew Marchand and John Ourand separate fact from fiction. They look at the types of companies that would be interested in taking an ownership stake in ESPN and discuss the timing for when ESPN takes its main network – the mothership – direct-to-consumer. Other topics have the hosts handicapping expected winners in the rights negotiations happening with the NBA, NASCAR and College Football Play. They discuss Marchand's report of Pat McAfee paying guests and offer a review of the MLB playoffs so far. Marchand and Ourand offer a tribute to the retiring NHL analyst Barry Melrose. And they talk about Chris LaPlaca, ESPN's long-time communications executive who announced his retirement this week. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Tifany a 29 ans, elle a fait du sport de haut niveau pendant 13 ans, plus précisément du short track, du patinage de vitesse sur glace. Elle a commencé le short track à l'âge de 9 ans avec sa sœur jumelle. Un peu par hasard. Mais son rêve c'était de devenir professeur des écoles, elle n'avait jamais imaginé qu'une telle carrière de sportive de haut niveau l'attendait. En 2010, elle a 16 ans et elle est prise en équipe de France junior. Ça a été un tournant dans sa vie. A partir de ce moment-là, elle commence à s'entraîner comme une vraie sportive de haut niveau. 2 entraînements par jour, elle vivait pour ce sport devenu sa passion. Pendant ces années, Tifany s'est plus considérée comme une sportive que comme une femme. Un quotidien drivé par la discipline et l'amour pour ce sport. En 2018, elle participe à ses premiers Jeux Olympiques. Elle est ensuite devenue vice championne d'Europe en 2019, sa plus grande fierté. Elles ont ensuite été avec l'équipe féminine championne d'europe et vice championne du monde. Des moments très forts et historiques. Fin 2021, elle fait une dépression suite à une séparation, ce qui aura une répercussion considérable sur les jeux olympiques de pékin. Et puis un jour, ce qu'on peut redouter le plus, arrive. Le 9 octobre 2022, la vie de Tifany va basculer. Un jour de sélection pour les coupes du monde, Tifany va avoir un accident qui bouleversera sa vie. Tout va très vite, elle chute et se retrouve allongée sur le sol, elle ne sent plus du tout son corps, elle ne peut plus bouger, il n'y a que ses yeux qui bougent, il lui est aussi impossible de crier ou de pleurer. Elle espère que c'est un cauchemar, elle ferme les yeux, les ouvre à nouveau mais elle réalise que c'est bel et bien la réalité. Elle comprend à ce moment-là, la gravité de l'accident. Elle est emmenée d'urgence à l'hôpital et la dernière phrase qu'elle entend de la part du chirurgien avant d'être anesthésiée pour l'opération c'est : tu ne re-marcheras probablement plus jamais. Mais vous allez découvrir la folle histoire de Tifany et son mental hors norme qui lui donnera la force de réaliser l'impossible. Bonne écoute !
durée : 00:59:32 - Entendez-vous l'éco ? - par : Tiphaine de Rocquigny - Chez Platon, c'est la politique qui est centrale dans la cité, car elle est l'œuvre de la raison et de l'entendement et permet, de ce fait, la poursuite du plus grand Bien. Mais quelle est alors la place accordée à l'économie, à la fois productrice et destructrice du lien social ? - invités : Etienne Helmer Philosophe, spécialiste de philosophie ancienne.
Negotiations for the College Football Playoff's media rights negotiations have starts, and pod hosts Andrew Marchand and John Ourand break down the media companies that will be involved and the likely winners once the CFP expands to add at least four more games. The hosts discuss the NFL's request to have TV networks run ads for Taylor Swift's upcoming movie and preview what to expect this week when Travis Kelce's Kansas City Chiefs play on Thursday. As the NBA preps for a media rights negotiation, Marchand and Ourand look into what leagues can do to make their regular season games more valuable. This week's episode sees the return of Karp's Korner, as SBJ's ratings guru Austin Karp breaks down MLB's regular season ratings, provides an update on MLB's post-season ratings and previews what to expect with MLB's World Series ratings. Karp provides the reasons why national numbers are lagging local viewership trends in the sport. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Dr. Jay Calvert & Dr. Jason Berkley chat with former NHL'er Ryan Wilson! Ryan & the docs discuss his career on the ice, his hard-hitting playing style, the aftermath of 7 concussions, how the speed is fundamentally changing the game, the instigator rule, his fortuitous trade from Calgary to Colorado, great spots in Windsor, Canada, his love for Fantasy Football, the Ducks 3-year deal with Trevor Zegras, way-too-early Cup picks, Marchand being named Captain, McDavid's future, Toronto's issues, and so much more!
Last week, Sean McManus announced that he was stepping down as CBS Sports chairman next spring after a 27-year run. This week, McManus joins the podcast to talk about his career and the state of sports media. In a wide-ranging interview, McManus talks about his start in the business, working for legendary executives like Don Ohlmeyer, Geoff Mason and Mark McCormack. McManus takes listeners behind the curtain for the NFL deal he struck in 1998 that changed the fortunes of his network. McManus also discusses the current state of sports media, including the rise of digital streaming and Paramount+, CBS' appetite for new sports rights deals and Tony Romo's performance as the network's top NFL game analyst. Pod hosts Andrew Marchand and John Ourand discuss ESPN's alternate “Toy Story” telecast that ran on ESPN+ alongside its exclusive Falcons-Jaguars game from London. They banter about the effect Taylor Swift and Deion Sanders have on NFL and college football TV ratings. Marchand talks about Mark Jackson's broadcasting future, and Ourand offers an update on Diamond Sports Group's bankruptcy saga. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
If you don't know his name yet, you will soon. Ilya Kharun just started college and is already a 4th place finisher at the World Championships, and now he is joining forces with Bob Bowman, the mastermind behind current World Champions Léon Marchand and Hubert Kós. How is Ilya Kharun so fast at this young age? Well, his parents were Cirque du Soleil acrobats and he's also trained at the best club team in the country, the Sandpipers of Nevada, which has produced several Olympians and World Championship team members in recent years. In this episode, we hear from Ilya Kharun himself to find out what's between his ears and learn what makes him tick. Look out for this guy.
MLB commissioner Rob Manfred joins Andrew Marchand and John Ourand on this week's show for a half hour interview. During the sit down, Manfred goes deep into the future of local media, blackouts, Apple, Peacock, ESPN, fragmentation, Yankees TV, what the future of sports gambling will look like, how a different pitch clock was considered for October, the future of the Orioles in Baltimore and the A's in Oakland. Prior to the interview, Marchand and Ourand give their "Who's up and Who's down for the week" and delve deep into the legendary career of retiring CBS Sports chairman Sean McManus. Plus, there is Taylor Swift talk. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Two-time engine-out-after-takeoff survivor and Virginia-based flight instructor Toto Marchand describes successful low altitude return to base maneuvers in two different aircraft, with tips and learning lessons for other pilots to keep handy. Plus, commentary on the latest GA news.
The Detroit Red Wings have taken to Traverse City once again as Hockeytown moves north for training camp! Tune in as we give you an update on Steve Yzerman's squad & how Derek Lalonde is preparing the team, starting with a discussion on Alex DeBrincat, Dylan Larkin, and Lucas Raymond, and how the lines may roll with those three together or mixed in with Robby Fabbri, Michael Rasmussen, & the rest of Detroit's depth (4:34). Next an update on Lucas Raymond's summer strengthening & his importance to Detroit's success (13:40) before discussing Jonatan Berggren fighting for a spot alongside Veleno, Kostin, Fischer, & others (19:55). After that, Jake Walman's strong play & important chemistry alongside Moritz Seider and more on the defense (25:25), & notes on Ville Husso being backed up by James Reimer or Alex Lyon (& more) (30:05). Next, thoughts on expectations for the Red Wings this season () before jumping into some NHL news: Stamkos & Tampa Bay at odds (33:00), the Pearson trade, captain Marchand, Ottawa & Pinto, & more (43:15). All of that & lots more before we take your questions and comments during Overtime (55:05) - enjoy! Head over to wingedwheelpodcast.com to find all the ways to listen, how to support the show, and so much more. WWP Night at the LCA (in partnership with the Detroit Red Wings is BACK! Get your tickets (Nov. 4th, 2023 vs. Boston) quick - first 400 ticket buyers get a co-branded Red Wings x WWP beanie!: https://fevogm.com/event/Wingedwheelpodcast/offer Max's Camp Article: https://theathletic.com/4886518/2023/09/21/red-wings-training-camp-alex-debrincat/
In the Season 5 premiere of Short Shifts, Lewis and Jeremy get out for the first skate of the year, discussing the injury and line combination news from the first day of training camps. Afterwards, they discuss players who are over and under-rated by Yahoo's rankings and ADP. Players mentioned include Couture, Guentzel, Ehlers, Hall, Norris, Toffoli, DeAngelo, Nylander, Vilardi, Werenski, Matheson, Dach, Marchand, Benn, and many more!---Registration for the 2023-24 Keeping Karlsson Ultimate Patron Fantasy League is still open-ish!Join us for the KKUPFL's 9th season, where you can compete with hundreds of the world's best fantasy hockey managers for ultimate bragging rights, glory, and t-shirts. Sign up now to get on the waitlist to be added to the next new division we can fill. Learn more and get your spot by visiting kkupfl.com. ..and, of course, participating in the KKUPFL comes with a whole bunch of other perks, including monthly bonus AMA episodes, and full access to our incredible, inclusive, informative, moderated patrons-only Discord server.---Want to stay up to date on all the latest NHL line combos, goalie starts and fantasy news, all sorted by team? Visit the absolutely essential GameDayTweets.com.We always invite and appreciate your feedback. Let us know what you think @keepingkarlsson, and if you love the show, please rate and write us a five-star review on Apple Podcasts or your podcast platform of choice. * *Join our inclusive, passionate and brilliant Keeping Karlsson community by becoming a patron of Keeping Karlsson. For the cost of a buck each month, patrons power new episodes 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 DobberHockey.This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5844218/advertisement
Bridgette and Scott discuss this week's developments from Bruins' training camp, the reveal of Boston's centennial jerseys and the announcement of Brad Marchand as the team's next captain. What to make of the line combinations Jim Montgomery ran on day one of training camp. And, could we see an extension for Jake DeBrusk before the season? Follow us on Twitter: @TheSkatePod | @bridgetteproulx | @smclaughlin9 | @briandefelice_ | Email us at email@example.com 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
(0:00) Felger, Mazz, and Murray open the show discussing the Bruins naming Brad Marchand the captain of the team and a Red Sox thought. (12:42) The callers weigh in on the Bruins naming Marchand captain. (23:14) More thoughts on Brad Marchand being named Bruins captain. (32:18) Some thoughts on the Red Sox “Barbie Night” on Friday night.
A bunch of breaking news this week dominate this week's topics, from Bob Iger's decision to simulcast most of ESPN's “Monday Night Football” games on ESPN and ESPN New York's decision to relinquish its 98.7 FM signal next year to Warner Bros. Discovery plan to launch a live sports add-on tier via its Max streaming service and the XFL and USFL's plan to merge spring football leagues. Hosts Andrew Marchand and John Ourand have reported on all these stories and dissect why they are happening and explain how these moves will alter the sports media landscape. Now that we're through two weeks of the 2023 NFL season, Marchand and Ourand dive into the biggest sports media storylines that have emerged, including YouTubeTV's debut with “NFL Sunday Ticket,” the potential for “NFL RedZone” to cut into YouTubeTV's subscriber numbers and the massive audience Amazon Prime brought to its first “Thursday Night Football” game of the season. Marchand and Ourand also tackle the impact Colorado coach Deion Sanders already has had on the college football landscape. Other topics include rights negotiation updates for the NBA, NASCAR, UFC and WWE. And Ourand pays homage to a week's worth of great Orioles calls by MASN's Kevin Brown. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices