On this episode of the Hockey Think Tank podcast, we bring on former NHLer for the Vancouver Canucks and Washington Capitals - and now a visualization coach - Aaron Volpatti! Aaron has such a unique hockey journey...and such an inspiring story. We talk: -His near death experience with a fire and how it taught him resliency -How visualization helped him heal and helped him in his career -His journey to the NHL -Much more!! This again was such an inspiring conversation we are so thrilled to bring to you. Thank you to our sponsors GelStx, TrainHeroic, IceHockeySystems.com, and our podcast parent company BlueWire Pods. And thank you to all of our AMAZING listeners! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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Today's episode of The Suitcase and The Scribe is a special one. Not one but two guests join Mike McKenna and Scott Burnside to make sure you are all set up for the second round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs. Up first was former NHLer and now TV analyst Colby Armstrong. Armstrong spoke about one of his former teams first, the Pittsburgh Penguins, and the future of that franchise. Evgeni Malkin and Kris Letang are both free agents this summer, and the organizations need to decide if they want to move on or not. He also discussed the Toronto Maple Leafs fall in the first round and his belief in the Tampa Bay Lightning. He then touched on the second round series in Florida and the upcoming Battle of Alberta. Speaking of the Battle of Alberta, Bob Stauffer, the host of OilersNow, joined the guys later on in the show. Stauffer took a deep dive into the second round series between the Edmonton Oilers and Calgary Flames. He spoke about what this series means for the two cities, compared the two teams, and injuries in both lineups. Between interviews, Mike and Scott discussed game one in Colorado last night and the two new coaching hires in the NHL.
My next guest is former NHLer, Tom Pederson. This Minnesota native played his youth and high school hockey for the Bloomington Jefferson Jaguars. Then went on to play Division 1 college hockey for the hometown Minnesota Gophers. His strong play early in his freshman season resulted in a roster spot on Team USA in the 1988-89 prestigious World Jr. championship. In 1989 he was an 11th-round draft pick of the Minnesota North Stars, where he played 240 NHL games for the San Jose Sharks and Toronto Maple Leafs. He also spent some time playing professionally in Japan and Germany. If that wasn't enough, Mr. Pederson is also the creator of the Green Biscuit, so we have a fun discussion ahead of us. To learn more about the Green Biscuit - https://greenbiscuit.com/
With the Stanley Cup Playoffs' arrival, Sneaky Joe and Jordan Hansgen make their picks for the first round of the playoffs! The guys debate whether the Maple Leafs can finally get past the first round in their matchup with the Tampa Bay Lightning, whether Connor McDavid's Oilers have enough to get past the Kings, and plenty more! Plus, a ridiculous list of former NHLers that have made the playoffs more recently than the Buffalo Sabres, including Mike Modano... Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In this episode, I sit down with a former teammate and NHL veteran, Aaron Volpatti, high-performance coach and author-to-be. We spoke about Aaron's story of adversity and perseverance that got him into the NHL, his relationship with high-stress environments and tolerance to pain, working through the fear of failure, and how to use the power of visualization to get to where you want to be. For more information on Aaron's work, check out: https://www.aaronvolpatti.com/ Episode Overview: 0:00 Welcoming Aaron Volpatti 1:00 Aaron's NHL Origin Story 18:00 High-Stress Environments and Pain 23:00 Using Visualization to Get Into the NHL 29:00 What is Visualization 36:00 Getting Started with Visualization 43:00 The Fear of Failure 47:45 How to Stay in a Flow State 50:45 Adversity is an Opportunity for Growth 53:30 Looking at the Bigger Picture 57:00 Wat Aaron is Most Proud Of 58:30 Conclusion To purchase my favorite Designs For Sport supplements visit www.connorcarrick.com Follow Connor's Instagram or Twitter Visit our YouTube for additional content
It's Episode 223 of 2 Guys and a Goalie presented by Coolbet Canada with Dustin Nielson, Matt Kassian, and Joaquin Gage The boys discuss how the Oilers should handle their star players over the final two games of the regular season. Auston Matthews gets no love from his fellow NHLers and which Canadian team is facing the most pressure in round one? The episode wraps with a visit from Kris Abbott with Coolbet and Gager reading MEAN TWEETS.
As the new Ted Nugent album, Detroit Muscle, is unleashed on society, I wrangled Ted and his drummer Jason Hartless to talk about it. I feel like Ted is finally starting to come out of his shell. (LOL) We talk about the record and the feeling of releasing new music. He tells me about his gig this weekend with a very special guest. We talk about the guitars he brings with him on tour, famed Detroit guitar legend, Jimmy McCarty, cover songs, visiting the White House and lots more. Drummer Jason Hartless is up next, around the 18:00 mark. Of course we talk about the album and the making of it. How does he deliver what feels right for Ted? What's it like playing and touring with such a legend? I even snuck in some questions for former NHLer, Drew Miller, who's a mutual friend of both of ours. That's just for starters....enjoy! -Meltdown- https://www.tednugent.com/ http://www.jasonhartless.com/ https://wrif.com/podcasts/talkin-rock-with-meltdown/ https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100063571627797
Today's episode of the DFO Rundown started off on a sombre note as Frank and Jason talked about the passing of Guy Lafleur. They talked about his legacy both around hockey and in Montreal. They both had some unique stories to pass along about the Hockey Hall of Famer and Gregor marvelled at some of his incredible career numbers. From there, they took a quick look at the playoff race in the Western Conference. Frank thinks that the eight teams that are in now are the eight teams that will be there at the end of the regular season. There are also a few unique races in the Eastern Conference as well. They also welcomed in former NHL defenseman and current Nashville Predators analyst Hal Gill to the show! Hal talked about how the Preds are looking as we get closer to the playoffs, how they stack up against the Calgary Flames and Roman Josi's historic season. He also talked the toughest battles that he fought in the Stanley Cup Playoffs during his long career. 0:30 - Remembering Guy Lafleur 8:35 - Playoff talk 14:20 - Hal Gill joins the show! 22:30 - Josi's historic season 25:40 - Appreciating defensive d-men 28:35 - Nashville's physical style 31:50 - His playoff memories 40:10 - Being a media friendly player
Adam Scorgie's plan A has always been to work hard, be humble and take chances; and it has worked tremendously to date. A father of 3, a loving husband and an acclaimed documentarian, Adam has an astonishing ability to balance his relentless work schedule and his invaluable family time.Born in Trail, British Columbia, Adam has also spent time living in Australia, Singapore and the Unites States of America. Primarily growing up in BC's Okanagan Valley, Adam was inspired to move to New York City, where he spent 3 years studying film and television at the renowned William Esper Studios in Manhattan.Upon his return to Canada, Adam invested every dollar he had to produce his first feature documentary, ‘The Union: The Business Behind Getting High'. ‘The Union' exceeded all expectations by being selected to 33 film festivals, where it won several best feature documentary awards.The success of ‘The Union' demanded a follow up, which lead to the crowd-funded sequel, ‘The Culture High'. Upon request in 2012, the film, which focused on the war on drugs, would go on to screen for government officials in Canada's Parliament Hill during the country's preliminary steps to legalizing marijuana nationwide. Adam was very fortunate to be a two-time guest on Joe Rogan's to talk about the impact of both films.Being a Golden Glove boxer in his teenage years, Adam's interest in hand-to-hand combat lead him to spend 8 years developing ‘Ice Guardians', a film examining the enforcer role in the NHL. Adam's high school was also home to many players for the WHL's Kelowna Rockets, which opened the door to conversations with NHLers such as Stanley Cup Champion Scott Parker.After many years of production, the film premiered to rave reviews in 2016 - the film landed at Netflix, where it can still be streamed worldwide.To date, Adam has produced 12 feature films, with another two feature documentaries currently in various stages of production ‘Breaking Olympia' and “Direct to Dolph: An American Dream” along with a three-part doc-series also in production titled “Thunder: The Life & Death of Arturo Gatti” it's safe to say Adam and Score G Productions has been able to stay busy during the global pandemic.Adam is a shining example of how powerful a person can be by simply putting in the work every day in order to achieve their dreams. His leadership and loyalty to his team has ensured that his future films guarantee to impress and inspire those who watch them.Creative Hustle Key NFT Give AwayAdam and his partner Shane are doing a limited run of 999 early-supporter NFTs that offer a ton of utility and access to our team and documentary stars, as well as lots of chances to win super unique filmmaking experiences; all expenses paid.Phase 1In April 2022 we launch the Creative Hustler Key – a collection of 999 early-supporter membership tokens handcrafted by our 3D designer and brimming with community access and rare experiential giveaways.Phase 2We bring the community more behind the scenes than ever before, continuing to reward those who hold a Creative Hustler Key, while announcing new opportunities to connect with ScoreG documentary talent.Phase 3As legacy media becomes more centralized, we see the growing possibilities of decentralization in Web3. In Phase III we will break the conventional model of film financing, bypass the gatekeepers, and fund future projects through Web3, giving creative freedom back to artists and opportunity for the community to be more involved than ever before.Indie Film Hustle is giving away two NFTs to the IFH Tribe. All you need to do is go to The Creative Hustler Key NFT Giveaway and sign up for one of our FREE masterclasses. The winner will be chosen at random. The winner will be announced next week.
Real Kyper & Bourne are joined by Bob Bourne, Justin's father and former NHLer, to reflect on the life and legacy of Mike Bossy. He looks back on his fondest memories of Mike as a teammate and friend, and shares a bit more about what Mike was like off the ice (00:19). To wrap up the show, Nick, Justin & Sam carry on the conversation about Mike Bossy before sorting through the news & notes from around the NHL finding the best bets heading into the weekend (12:37). 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.
SOTP Mike Dirsa with guest host Michael (@Oilerslive) interview Rob Schremp. Rob is an NHL Alumni currently living overseas and mentoring young players on how to be successful in hockey. Rob's insights are amazing and his ability to look at the game from a place of skill and experience are one of a kind. SOTP is hosted by the Heavy Hockey Network. Home to some of the best NHL, Hockey, and Edmonton Oilers podcasts from around the league. Check out our editorials at www.heavyhockey.com
TSN Director of Scouting Craig Button joins Leafs Lunch to discuss the latest news from around the NHL. Button shares his thoughts on Auston Matthews and Alex Ovechkin as they get set to face off tonight, Ovechkin's previous comments that the Leafs needed to change their game, if Matthews has set the standard for NHLers when it comes to goal scoring, what Matthew Knies could bring to the table for the Leafs, Oakville-native Michael Misa being granted exceptional status in OHL, Alexis Lafreniere being a healthy scratch for the New York Rangers, Johnny Gaudreau's Hart candidacy, and more.
Dans ce 27e épisode, focus sur Fribourg-Zurich et les diverses péripéties d'un acte III avec plein d'émotions. Puis retour sur le lanceur de gourdes Christian Wohlwend et un détour pour parler des NHLers qui ont tous dit oui à Fischer Le sommaire: - Fribourg: celle-là, elle fait mal (dès 1:39) - Les pronos (dès 32:18) - Wohlwend, lanceur alerte (dès 36:13) - Rêvons d'une Suisse 5 étoiles à Helsinki (dès 48:01) N'hésitez pas à nous poser vos questions, à consulter le site cold-facts.ch et à vous abonner sur Soundcloud, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, Spotify et/ou Apple Podcasts.
Theo Fleury joins us in this episode. He and Russ swap memories of battling in the 1989 Stanley Cup (Theo's Flames beat Russ's Habs) then being teammates two years later in the Canada Cup. Theo talks a little about the Hall of Fame, saying being asked about it is one of his least favourite questions. He discusses how he had to create room for himself on the ice by getting creative. Some opponents would get his stick work, while others would get flattery. Theo and Russ are no fans of former referee Kerry Fraser. We discuss the game today versus the game in the 90s. An amazing story about the time Alan Eagleson came out of the stands, calling a timeout and then asking the American bench to help Canada. Theo talks about how his career might be different if a star teammate hadn't gotten injured. He also gets into his love of baseball and the Blue Jays. And finally he talks candidly about his youth and the all-too-common cycle of trauma, mental health and addiction, a cycle that came incredibly close to Theo taking his own life.
Evan Solomon speaks with famed NHLer Chris Pronger, one of the highest earning professional hockey players of all time, on the financial issues many pro-athletes face in retirement. On today's show: We carry the NYPD press conference on the Brooklyn shooting that left multiple people injured. We play the full debate between Jean Charest campaign co-chair Tasha Kheiriddin and Pierre Poilievre campaign adviser Jenni Byrne. Chris Pronger, former NHL player, Stanley Cup winner and two-time Olympic gold medallist. Robert DePalma, a graduate student at the University of Manchester, who helped uncover the fossil of a dinosaur killed in the famous asteroid strike.
A new episode of The DFO Rundown is here to carry you into the weekend! Jason and Frank started today by talking about Auston Matthew's crazy run and where he might finish the season. They also talked about the struggling Tampa Bay Lightning and then they got to some very complicated awards races. They also talked to 17-year NHL Bernie Nicholls who has not only popped home 50-goals in a season, but he's one of the few NHLers to ever score 70-goals in a single season. He compared scoring goals in his era to today's game and also talked about his illustrious career and shared a funny nutrition fact about Wayne Gretzky. 1:05 - Matthews run 2:40 - Concerned about Tampa? 4:40 - Awards races 12:05 - Sutter's impact and Jack Adams case 14:20 - Fill in the Blank 26:05 - Bernie Nicholls joins the show 35:00 - Playing with #99 37:35 - Scoring in today's game 53:40 - Rapid Fire
Dan and former AHL reporter Bob Dittmeier reminisce about the Capital District Islanders, the New York Islanders' upstate-based farm team from the early ‘90s and players like Graeme Townshend, Greg Parks, Jamie McLennan and more. Bob takes us through the Capital District Islanders' unique founding (that eerily mirrored its parent club's), and talks about some of the players he covered that would go on to be short time NHLers. From Townshend's intelligence and scary injury that inadvertently caused an entire other franchise to fold, to younger versions of Dean Chynoweth and Kevin Cheveldayoff being destined for coaching and management roles, we go around the locker room with the reporter that was there for the franchise's entire three year history. Along the way, they cover the birth of the River Rats, being locked out of an arena by burly security guards and a six-hour drive home with dedicated Dead Head and Capital District coach Butch Goring trying to get Bob to rent his house for the summer. Visit our friends: Vintage Ice Hockey for t-shirts, hoodies and mugs with hundreds of classic hockey logos, and our Al Arbour shirts which benefit dementia research. Use the code LIGHTHOUSE15 to save 15%. Betway, the official betting partner of the NHL. The Pinot Project has Pinot Noir, Pinot Grigio and Rose all under $15. Available at local wine stores and UBS Arena. Theme song: "Knuckles" by Björn Falk. Hear more of his music on Spotify and at Bandcamp. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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!
On this episode we are joined by Mathieu Darche, former NHLer and current Director of Hockey Operations for the Tampa Bay Lightning.Darche, a proud hockey dad and former minor and High School hockey coach, shares his experiences and insight along with sage advice to young athletes, coaches and parents.Darche proudly took the "road less travelled" to the pros and details his experience playing hockey at Choate Rosemary Hall and what led him to McGill University, where in his last year, he was named the CIS Outstanding student-athlete and was awarded the Dr. Randy Gregg Award. McGill University served as the unlikely launchpad for a pro career and stints with the Columbus Blue Jackets, Nashville Predators, San Jose Sharks, Tampa Bay Lightning and Montreal Canadiens.
In the second hour of today's show, Julia Tocheri and Al's Brother play another edition of "Good Call, Bad Call'. Then Julia and AB are joined by former NHLer and current Florida Panthers TV analyst, Ed Jovanovski, to preview tonight's matchup between the Panthers and Maple Leafs.
Mike and Dan recap the Islanders four wins (!) this week and let themselves enjoy a team continuing to make games meaningful into the season's final month. They look at some excellent individual performances in victories over the Rangers, Devils and Blue Jackets (twice) and how Islanders fans can use them to feel good about next season and beyond. They also discuss the close relationships the team has fostered, as evidenced by Cory Schneider's first win in over two years being celebrated by teammates he's primarily known off the ice for a short time. They also revel in another big win at Madison Square Garden and the joy of having a player that excels at taking it to the Rangers in The World's Most Overrated Arena. In the second half, they look ahead to a tough but short schedule, talk about the attendance and atmosphere at UBS Arena and hope that a new generation of Long Island-native NHLers will finally grow up as Islanders fans. Visit our friends: Vintage Ice Hockey for t-shirts, hoodies and mugs with hundreds of classic hockey logos, and our Al Arbour shirts which benefit dementia research. Use the code LIGHTHOUSE15 to save 15%. Betway, the official betting partner of the NHL. The Pinot Project has Pinot Noir, Pinot Grigio and Rose all under $15. Available at local wine stores and UBS Arena. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Real Kyper & Bourne are joined by former NHLer and current analyst Mike Rupp! He chats about how he identifies the analytics that matter, his expectations ahead to tonight's Leafs game, and how Pittsburgh has found their stride this season, before weighing in on Nathan MacKinnon's fight and other stars showing their physicality (01:11). To wrap up today's show, Nick, Justin & Sam weigh in on Bruce Cassidy's comments surrounding analytics in the NHL, before finding the value in tonight's Leafs-Jets betting lines (24:33). 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.
Episode 138: The botched Anaheim Ducks-Vegas Golden Knights Evgenii Dadonov trade. The Edmonton Oilers goaltending conundrum. Speculation on hockey player robotics. Mark Messier's time with the Vancouver Canucks, & Teemu Selanne's time with the Colorado Avalanche. More on the exploited LTIR-salary cap loophole workaround, & the media coverage differences between teams. Question of the week: If you could sit anywhere in an arena to watch hockey, where specifically would you sit? Recorded 27 March 2022
Hubie McDonough is a 5-foot 9-inch center out of Manchester NH who scored 210 points, 124 goals and 86 assists, for Saint Anselm College on the way to winning the Small College Hobey Baker Award in 1985. He followed that up with a 13-year pro career where he tallied 820 goals and 513 assists for a total of 1333 points, along the way playing 195 NHL games with the LA Kings, NY Islanders and San Jose Sharks. In this wide-ranging conversation, Hubie and Bob discuss: his rise from tiny St Anselm College to the NHL, the long line of Hubie McDonough sporting legends, bringing the Stanley Cup home to Manchester, getting an assist from 99 on his first NHL goal, the evolution of stick technology, the etymology of “ManchVegas,” and much much more. +++The Rink Stories podcast is produced by Matt Hopf Artwork and music by Ken KleinAdditional original music from TFIC If you like this podcast, please help us out by subscribing, following, rating, reviewing, and telling your friendsFollow @RinkStories on Twitter, Instagram, TikTok,and YouTubeFollow Matt on Twitter and Instagram+++Work hard. Have fun. Don't be a dick. THIS is Rink Stories.
Jason and Frank recapped a busy weekend around the NHL. The Heritage Classic got heated, Matthews might get suspended, and the Golden Knights are falling apart. There is no shortage of storylines as enter the final week of play before the trade deadline. Today's guest was HHOFer and LA Kings President Luc Robitaille! Luc talked about his experiences being traded as an NHLer and how his team could look to handle things ahead of the trade deadline. The Kings have been one of the biggest surprises in the NHL this season and they could very well be a team that makes a splash before next Monday. He also had some great stories from his illustrious NHL career. After the interview with Luc, Tyler Yaremchuk hopped in with a new edition of Buy or Sell! 3:00 - Heritage Classic 7:20 - West Playoff Race 16:30 - Luc Robitaille 17:30 - His experiences getting traded 11:35 - The LA Kings season 25:50 - Kopitar and Doughty 28:35 - Kings deadline plans
Coming in live from the 2022 Let's Play Hockey Expo, Alexis and Jessi talk panic buttons, shootouts and more, plus former NHLer turned high school coach Matt Cooke joins us to discuss his career. As always, we're created by new voice studios, presented by SotaStick, brought to you by Jim Beam and BettorEdge this is Season 3, episode 116.
Real Kyper & Bourne are joined by Andrew Peters, former NHLer and co-host of the "After the Whistle" podcast, who looks back on Jack Eichel's return to Buffalo Thursday night, and joins in harmony with the legion of passionate Buffalo fans, to completely condemn Eichel's postgame comments (00:42). To wrap up, Nick, Justin & Sam question if Buffalo gave Eichel too much, too soon, before reacting to Gabriel Landeskog slamming the officiating after yesterday's loss to Carolina (16:22). 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.
Welcome back for another episode! We talk trad deadline, rising and falling teams along with even more milestones for a few NHLers. Not to mention you can find out what's changed on the Risk board and of course as always Pop's Three Stars of the Week! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/hbhs/support
First, Ian and Hailey talk about the awesome clash of Stanley Cup contenders that took place over the weekend, with the Calgary Flames edging out the Colorado Avalanche 4-3 in overtime, and discuss how great a 7-game series between the two teams would be, and, in light of the Dallas Stars' Jason Robertson's back-to-back hat tricks, Ian poses the question: does the NHL need a Breakout Player of the Year award? Then, The Athletic's own Shayna Goldman joins the show to discuss Johnathan Huberdeau's controversial Hart trophy bona fides, if the New York Rangers are truly a Stanley Cup contender or not, and Chris Kreider's incredible goal-scoring pace, the Minnesota Wild's rollercoaster season, Mark Scheifele's potential value if the Winnipeg Jets were to place him on the trade block, and former NHL referee Tim Peel's Twitter comments about the Jets center, a listener's theory about most goalies being pretty similar, and if she could take over as GM of one of the currently rebuilding franchises like the New Jersey Devils, Buffalo Sabres, Detroit Red Wings, or Ottawa Senators, who would she chose? Plus, to close things out, Ian and Hailey break down a couple of Multiple Choice Madness questions, including which NHLers amazing season should people be talking about more, and thoughts on the return of Reverse Retro jerseys next season. And, right now, you can get a 6 month subscription to The Athletic for just $1 a month when you visit http://theathletic.com/hockeyshow Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Lucas Raymond (assisted by Moritz Seider) to win in dramatic fashion - again. Tune in as we discuss the Detroit Red Wings' win over Carolina, including sneaky good plays by Seider, Raymond rewarded, Larkin's point streak, Zadina, Veleno, & Rasmussen gelling, and more (5:10). We also discuss some bittersweet stats about Hockeytown's power play (27:30), before discussing Yzerman's potential Trade Deadline pieces, including what might happen with Filip Zadina, Nick Leddy, & Vlad Namestnikov (36:50). Finally, we cover the rulings on Russia from the IIHF, NHL, CHL, how this affects current & future NHLers, as well as the rest of the sporting world (& beyond) (48:05). 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 Tickets: https://www.wingedwheelpodcast.com/post/wwp-night-the-lca-part-2-april-9th-tickets-now-available
Real Kyper and Bourne chat with Aaron Ward, former NHLer and three-time Stanley Cup champion, on his weekend at an alumni dinner, and recounts some stories with former teammates. He also breaks down the mental place of a locker room like the Leafs, and how they have to bring it every night in a different way than other markets might have to (0:28). Afterwards, they chat with Adam Oates and how he helps players at all levels fix their game, up their physicality, and avoiding the big hit (25:33). To wrap, Producer Sam joins Kyper and Bourne to discuss some potential rule changes, and how the world of hockey (and the Leafs) might react.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.
Sports leagues and federations around the world are taking action. Jeff and Elliotte discuss the decision by the IIHF (00:01) to suspend “all Russian and Belarusian national and club teams” until further notice as well as withdrawing Russia's hosting rights of the 2023 World Junior Championship. The guys also talk about the NHLs statement as it relates to Russia, how Russian and Ukrainian players in North America are responding to the invasion of Ukraine, and what their leagues are doing to support them (7:30).They also get to some news from around the league including the meeting that took place last week between the Coyotes and the NHLPA (13:30), what Vancouver might do as we approach the trade deadline (22:30), if the Maple Leafs should be concerned following a wild night in Detroit (26:40), a losing streak that's caught our eye (31:10), Elliotte addressed a production complaint (33:20), and the guys take your questions to wrap things up (39:20).Plus, a surprise storytime cameo at the end of the podcast from a former NHLer (52:00). Thank you, Andrew Peters!Here is the Togiai vs Togiai brother fight that Jeff referenced in the podcast.This podcast is produced and mixed by Amil Delic, and hosted by Jeff Marek and Elliotte Friedman.Audio Credits: Cotillion Records, Sportsnet, Toronto Maple Leafs Radio Network and WSGW.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.
Former NHL defenceman Jay Harrison discusses his journey from the ice to the mental health field on Episode 95 of the #MindVine Podcast. The #MindVine podcast is hosted by Darryl Mathers (@DarrylMathers). The podcast is available on Spotify and Apple Podcasts.
Jesse and Victor welcome @JFreshHockey to the show to talk about his Visualization website and work for EP Rinkside. He talks through his easy to follow charts showing things like overviews of team strengths and weaknesses and cap value vs. production for NHL players. The biggest goodies for us prospect lowers is his work analyzing the star probability and NHLer probability of specific prospects. If you are curious about team prospect systems or comparisons of systems against each other that is on there too. Follow Victor on twitter @victornuno12 and Jesse @fanhockeylife. Email firstname.lastname@example.org and ask to join our free discord. Join our Patreon at Patreon.com/fantasyhockeylife for rankings, bonus podcasts, show sheets 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.
I've been looking forward to this interview for a while now. My next guest, Dave Snuggerud is a former NHLer who spent time with the Buffalo Sabres, San Jose Sharks and Philadelphia Flyers, a 1988 USA Olympian, played division 1 hockey for the University of Minnesota and now, the co-founder and director of education at Breakaway Academy in Minnesota. www.breakawayacademy.net Enjoy this episode!!
Another Friday edition of the DFO Rundown is here! Today on the pod, Jason and Frank welcomed in former NHLer Jason Strudwick. He played 674 games in the NHL and a few seasons in Europe and the result is him having a lot of stories to share. He got into being teammates with the likes of Jaromir Jagr, Sean Avery, and Henrik Lundqvist. He also got into his favourite coaches from his playing career and who his favourite defensemen to watch right now are. He also talked a little bit about his media career. Before getting into the interview with 'Struddy' the guys talked about the latest surrounding the Vancouver Canucks and the decision they have to make between JT Miller and Brock Boeser. They also had a new edition of 'Buy or Sell' delivered by DoorDash! Tyler Yaremchuk asked them about Chariot, Schiefele, and the Ottawa Senators. 1:30 - Canucks & Boeser 4:30 - Claude Giroux & the goalies on the list 5:30 - The Ducks situation 8:30 - Buy or Sell w/ Yaremchuk 15:00 - Strudwick interview 16:40 - Being teammates with Jagr 25:50 - Sean Avery stories 35:00 - His favourite coaches 48:00 - Who are the best NHL dmen? 50:50 - Rapid Fire
NHL hall-of-famer Mike Gartner joins the show to share what it's like to represent Team Canada. Don't miss his take on whether NHLers should be part of the Olympics. Plus, his journey to more than 700 NHL goals, and...Read more...>>>
In this podcast you will hear Kent's journey to the NHL. The ups and downs of minor hockey, Junior and College. Kent Manderville was drafted 24th overall by the Calgary Flames in the 1989 NHL Entry Draft and played for Cornell University from 1989–91. While in school Manderville also played for Canada in the World Junior Ice Hockey Championship in 1990 and 1991, winning the gold medal in both years.Kent left Cornell after two season to join the Canadian national team and played in the 1992 Winter Olympics where he helped the team to win the silver medal. Following the Olympics he turned pro and joined the Toronto Maple Leafs, who had obtained his rights from Calgary in a trade, for the remainder of the 1991–1992 season.Kent played in 646 regular season NHL games, scoring 37 goals and 67 assists for 104 points, picking up 348 penalty minutes. He played in 67 NHL playoff games registering 3 goals and 3 assists.On March 12, 1997, he scored a hat trick in a 6-3 victory over the Boston Bruins.After his NHL career, he played three seasons for Timrå IK of the Elitserien in Sweden from 2003 to 2006. His final hockey season (2006-2007) was spent with the Espoo Blues of the SM-liiga in Finland. After four years in Northern Europe he retired in 2007 and was accepted to attend law school at the University of Ottawa. He deferred admission for a year and then ultimately decided to decline the offer, instead opting to complete his Cornell University Bachelor of Science degree. He was an analyst for televised Ottawa Senators games during the 2007-08 season. In the week of June 23, 2008, he presented the sportscast for A-News at 6 and 11 pm.He has also passed all three Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) exams and was awarded the Certified Financial Planner (CFP) designation in September, 2020. He is now Director of the Hockey Family Office (www.hockeyfamilyoffice.com) which provides wealth management for hockey professionals.
In the second hour of today's show, Julia Tocheri and Mike DiStefano are joined by former NHLer and Pittsburgh Penguins colour analyst Mike Rupp to discuss Sidney Crosby reaching the 500-goal milestone. Then Julia and Mike talk to TSN Maple Leafs reporter Mark Master about the Leafs' matchup against the Penguins tonight.
Jeff and Elliotte discuss what the future might hold for Eric Staal and Josh Ho-Sang following the Canadian men's elimination from the Olympic tournament, and give their takeaways from the men's side(0:22). The two then share their thoughts on Sidney Crosby notching his 500th career goal, and where Crosby and Ovechkin would fit on their Mount Rushmore of NHLers (4:04). Next, the guys touch on the teams that are reportedly interested in Claude Giroux, Giroux being 12 games away from his 1000th game as a Flyer, Dillon Dube finding the back of the net, and how the Flames look (9:41). To finish, Jeff and Elliotte take a look at the Oilers' win over the Kings, Jack Eichel getting set for his debut Wednesday night, Steve Staios being a name to watch from a front office point of view, and Brad Marchand appealing his six-game suspension (16:24).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.
Reader's joined once again by Eddie Q on Midweek Wednesday, and today, they give a shout out to Yorkton's newest NHLer, and talk about their favourite relaxing TV channels. As well, a special guest stops by to chat about an upcoming event, and the guys update what's happening on Groundhog Day!.
Josh Ho-Sang stops by to chat about being selected for the Canada's Olympic team, the absence of NHLers at Beijing 2022, his maturation off the ice, and developing a new perspective on his pro hockey career (0:23). Later, the morning crew reads your texts on whether the Super Bowl is bigger for Joe Burrow or Matt Stafford, the Raptors' deadline plans, and more (33:43).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.
Jeff Marek joins the show to chat about the makeup of Canada's men's hockey roster for the upcoming Olympics, and the team's outlook for the games (0:14). Next, Team Canada GM Shane Doan talks about the process of assembling a roster without NHLers, finding a balance between young and veteran talent, and Josh-Ho Sang being selected to the team after his resurgence with the Marlies (24:06).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.
We're back after the holidays, illness and cross country, winter highway travel! We discuss the ongoing challenges of COVID with 13 postponed Senators games. Is COVID giving UFAs yet another reason not to sign with Canadian teams? Another edition of "Dissecting Dorion" as Sens GM Pierre Dorion appeared on radio last week. A full roster update as the Sens deal with their third team outbreak since this thing started in 2020. Why is Matt Murray suddenly back to being the preferred choice to Filip Gustavsson? Murray wasn't very convincing in a 6-0 shelling on New Year's Day in Toronto. Could the Sens have some KHL scoring help on the way next season? Jake Sanderson and Phillip Daoust highlight our Sens prospect news watch. Sanderson is reportedly off to play in the Olympics for Team USA. And whatever became of Jonny Tychonick?
Ken Wiebe and Sean Reynolds of Sportsnet welcome longtime NHLer and Hockey Night in Canada analyst Kevin Bieksa for a wide-ranging discussion that includes his time with the Manitoba Moose, the legacy of Rick Rypien, his near signing with the Winnipeg Jets and life after hockey.
Covid wreaks havoc on the NHL, Avalanche on pause until after Christmas, Olympics unlikely for NHLers, Avs had option to postpone vs Nashville, EBUG time, 3-on-3 overtime, Marc-Andre Fleury, World Juniors, fans throwing jerseys on ice, Ben Bishop retires
The crew is back for Episode 9 as we continue on with a conversation from Episode 8 about creativity in the game and we expand it to discuss all kinds of players and how roles are established on the ice. Also, when did Mitch and Straiter learn their roles in the NHL and were those roles easy to accept? Would they have done anything differently? We also give Batesy grief for his busy professional life that's getting in the way of this episode and we're joined by former NHL player and current NHL scout Stephen Gionta. He talks about his career, the nerves that come with being a guy who has spent a lot of time in the AHL and he discusses winning two Cups as a scout with the Lightning.