Ice hockey team of Regina, Saskatchewan in Canada
On this episode of The Hockey News On The 'Dub' Podcast with Carol Schram and Lizz Child: - A long list of WHL players excelled at the World Junior Championship. Carol and Lizz looked at who stood out beyond Connor Bedard, including Canadian coach Dennis Williams. - The WHL trade deadline was pure chaos. The Kamloops Blazers loaded up for their Memorial Cup hosting duties by sending an unprecedented return to the Everett Silvertips in exchange for Olen Zellweger and Ryan Hofer. There were also many other big moves, including a couple of high-profile pros being re-assigned to junior. - The Florida Panthers are the NHL team of the week. Their prospects in the WHL this season are Marek Alscher and Josh Davies. WHL graduates Justin Sourdif and John Ludvig are currently developing with Charlotte of the AHL. - In our Connor Bedard watch, the world juniors MVP picked up six points in his first game back with the Regina Pats. How many points will he finish with this season, and is there a chance he goes back to the 'Dub' next year to challenge for Ray Ferraro's single-season goals record?
On Hour 2 of The FAN Morning Show, Jeff Marek stops by to discuss Patrick Kane's current injury situation and how it might affect his trade value, Ryan McDonagh's upcoming interview on 32 Thoughts, the current frontrunners for the Hart Trophy, and Connor Bedard's high level of maturity. Later, fresh off winning Gold at the World Juniors, Regina Pats forward Connor Bedard joins the show to discuss capturing back-to-back World Junior titles, Dylan Guenther's subdued celebration on his golden goal, Thomas Milic's standout performance during the tournament, which player he's most eager to face in the NHL, and the most goals he's ever scored in a single game (27:47). The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliates.
In the second hour of the show, Julia Tocheri and Mike DiStefano are joined by Regina Pats captain and hockey phenom, Connor Bedard, to discuss his experience at this year's World Juniors en route to his second gold medal. Then Julia and Al's Brother play another edition of "Word Association Wednesday".
Regina Pats captain Connor Bedard joins Julia and Al's Brother to talk about winning back-to-back gold medals at the World Juniors, what he will remember most about the tournament in Halifax, which NHL players he models his game after, how much he tracks the NHL standings and more.
The Blue Jackets couldn't make iti three in a row, as they fall to former CBJ goalie Sergei Bobrovsky and the Florida Panthers. What went wrong? What was good about this game? Plus we check in with Stanislav Svozil of the Regina Pats, who was just selected to the Czechia WJC team! Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! SimpliSafe With Fast Protect™️ Technology, exclusively from SimpliSafe, 24/7 monitoring agents capture evidence to accurately verify a threat for faster police response. There's No Safe Like SimpliSafe. Visit SimpliSafe.com/LockedOnNHL to learn more. NHTSA Drive sober or get pulled over. Click HERE to learn more. #ColumbusBlueJackets #BlueJackets #NHLHockey Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Today in the SportsCage with guest host Brendan McGuire: - John Hodge of 3DownNation - voice of the Regina Pats, Dante Di Caria - Nolan Kowal voice of the Estevan Bruins - Press Coverage with Glenn Suitor - Michael Ball live from SoFi Stadium
Episode 69 of Kamloops Last Week includes clips from press conferences that featured hockey phenom Connor Bedard of the Regina Pats and his head coach and GM John Paddock. We are also joined by Kamloops city councillor Margot Middleton (at the 9:54 mark). The Tattle of Hastings segment that includes clips from Paddock and Bedard begins at 28:18. Bedard talks of squaring off against reigning CHL player of the year Logan Stankoven and dealing with the media mob on this B.C. Division road trip. The testy media scrum with Paddock includes questions on the possibility of trading Bedard. The Kamloops Blazers, who host the Pats on Wednesday and the Memorial Cup next year, have long been rumoured as a trade destination for Bedard. Paddock insists he will not deal the generational superstar. Middleton speaks of her business acumen and how it will help her work on council, provides her take on Kamloops Mayor Reid Hamer-Jackson’s unwillingness to stop his unwelcome shelter visits and talks of homelessness, mandatory treatment and her desire to help local youth. Middleton, who enjoys jigsaw puzzles, is also asked about plans to donate her annual after-tax council pay to local charities. The KLW crew takes a trip (5:02) to Inks Lake on a windy day, with stops at Nu Leaf Produce Market, Gord’s Appliance and Mattress Centre and McDonald’s. Subscribe to KLW on YouTube and follow along on your favourite podcast provider. Next week, we debut our brand new segment — Reider’s Digest. Kamloops Mayor Reid Hamer-Jackson will join us on the first Wednesday of every month. We preview the segment and Mike Miltimore thanks Vini of Cold Control Mechanical at 3:03. We’ll see you Last Week.
Contribute to the PON Mailbag, send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org Ryan and Arash look back at a confusing few games for the Vancouver Canucks and have some fun at Jordan Binnington's expense following his most recent outbursts. They discuss Jacob Trouba's run in with Andreas Athanasiou and look at Connor Bedard's British Columbia sold out road trip with the Regina Pats. They Sauce it Or Toss It, answer some great listener questions and Arash takes the lead with PON Trivia. Support the show on Patreon! Pledge a coupla bucks ($5+) for access to our bonus content including video podcasts, access to the PON Discord and our weekly 5 Minutes For Paying segment. On this week's video segment: Arash opens a present from a listener and they talk about their trip to Costco earlier in the day. Looking for our social media? Here's our link tree
WHL This Week - Radio Edition, features CHL President Dan MacKenzie as ticket packages for the 2023 Memorial Cup Presented by KiA are now available. Dan previews the event and fills us in on what to expect in Kamloops from May 25th to June 4th, 2023.The Regina Pats are wrapping up their BC road swing this weekend. They have been playing in front of full buildings as fans look to catch a glimpse of Connor Bedard. Regina has played in front of sell-out crowds across the Division with one final game to go in Prince George.Swift Current Broncos F Caleb Wyrostok has started his own Cancer fundraising initiative called "Bronco Bucks Cancer". The disease has affected many loved ones around him., He explains his motiviation and the strong response so far.
Welcome to Hartley's Cat Scan! This is a weekly podcast featuring the 'who's who' of the Prince George Cougars. Hartley's guest this week is the Cougars' top-line centre, Riley Heidt. During the episode, he discussed a number of topics including: Cougars offensive production; team depth Chemistry with Koehn Ziemmer and being top NHL draft prospects this year Friendships with Regina Pats star forward Connor Bedard and Moose Jaw Warriors scoring winger Brayden Yager. Level of sacrifice he had to make to get to where he is; growing up on an outdoor rink in Saskatchewan Being drafted by the Cougars; transition to life in Northern BC You can also find this podcast on iTunes, Spotify, Google, Stitcher, and TuneIn.
Jeff and Elliotte start off Friday by discussing if the Regina Pats would possibly consider trading Connor Bedard. After, Elliotte discusses the fallout between the Chicago Blackhawks and Kirby Dach, how Martin St. Louis can give him a fresh start, and the Maple Leafs' need for a "next man up" mentality with their injuries on the back end (10:00). Finally, the guys share their thoughts on Shane Wright's instant production in the American Hockey League, and explain how important the the CHL is to the AHL's success (18:21). 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.
Troy Mick has been around hockey or involved in hockey his entire life. Mick played in the BCHL for the Vernon Lakers at 14 years old, and then played with the Portland Winterhawks and Regina Pats of the WHL. Mick put up an absurd 200+ goals in his 4 seasons of Major Junior hockey. His effort earned him a 130 overall selection in the 1988 NHL entry draft by the Pittsburgh Penguins.Mick went on to play pro hockey for 3 seasons before getting involved in coaching.Troy was a head coach at the BCHL, WHL, and NCDC levels for 12seasons and has also sat in GM and President positions along the way.Currently Mick is the Director of Hockey for the Wenatchee Wild competitive youth programs and coaches the 18U and 16U teams.This is a great hockey discussion! Enjoy
Hall of Fame broadcaster Rod Pedersen spent 20 seasons as voice of the CFL's Saskatchewan Roughriders on CKRM Radio. He currently hosts his own sports talk show (The Rod Pedersen Show) daily throughout the Rod Pedersen Digital Network. Among Rod's accomplishments in a distinguished broadcaster career are calling four Grey Cups on national radio and World Junior Hockey Championships on the Sportsnet Radio Network. Rod's career includes 17 years as a play-by-play broadcaster in the Western Hockey League (1993-95 Prince Albert Raiders, 1995-2010 Regina Pats), making him the longest tenured play-by-play man in Regina Pats history. He has also called games for the Great Falls Americans of the AFHL. The Milestone, SK product has had stints on network television with Rogers Sportsnet and The Score as a regional correspondent. Rod is also a best-selling author and his website RodPedersen.com has twice been voted Canada's Sports Blog of the Year, with over 30-million all-time hits. In 2003 Rod was inducted into Saskatchewan's Rural Sports Hall of Fame. Most recently Rod founded Pedersen Recovery Inc. where he serves as a Sober Coach for athletes and entertainers battling Addictions & Mental Illness, and is an outspoken Recovery Advocate serving as a keynote speaker. Rod is also President of Pedersen Media Inc. which houses his Public Speaking, Media Relations & Social Media Consulting as well its subsidiary company Pedersen Recovery Coaching Inc. where Rod serves as a Sober Coach for athletes, entertainers and other public figures battling addictions. He recently completed further training to become a Recovery Coach Professional. For media coverage on Rod's inspiring personal Recovery success story, please read the following links: CBC: https://lnkd.in/gRK-sPSM Regina Leader Post: https://lnkd.in/gXQPc9bn U of R Journalism School: https://lnkd.in/gdtX4fen hashtag#rodpedersen hashtag#talkshowhost hashtag#livewithcdp hashtag#halloffamebroadcaster hashtag#saskatchewanroughriders hashtag#playbyplayannouncer hashtag#radio hashtag#canadianfootballleague hashtag#sobercoach hashtag#socialmediaconsultant hashtag#CKRM hashtag#guest hashtag#youtubechannel hashtag#linkedin hashtag#twitter hashtag#audio hashtag#iheartradio hashtag#amazonmusic hashtag#applepodcasts hashtag#googlepodcast hashtag#spotify hashtag#anchorfm hashtag#breaker hashtag#pocketcasts hashtag#linkedin hashtag#radiopublic hashtag#barrycullenchevrolet hashtag#sponsor hashtag#rodpedersenshow hashtag#website
First, Corey sits down in the Regina Pats media room with potential No. 1 pick in the 2023 NHL Draft Connor Bedard to discuss being a hockey nerd, other top prospects like Adam Fantilli and Matvei Michkov, his Vancouver Canucks fandom, and more. Plus, Max, Corey, and FloHockey's Chris Peters discuss the NHL preseason play of guys like Shane Wright, Juraj Slafkovsky, Peyton Krebs, Owen Power, Brandt Clarke, Dylan Holloway, Marco Rossi and more, as well as a check-in on the USHL and the USNTDP to close things out. Get a 6 month subscription to The Athletic for just $1 a month when you visit http://theathletic.com/hockeyshow Subscribe to The Athletic Hockey Show on YouTube: https://bit.ly/3BKz27u Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Coming Down the Pipe... [0:00] - The intro for Season 18 of The Pipeline Show [1:26] - A quick intro segment to update league leaders in the WHL, QMJHL, USHL and NAHL plus the OHL and NCAA get started and more. [13:25] - The 2023 Draft Spotlight segment begins the show this week and features the player everyone expects to be taken 1st overall; Connor Bedard of the Regina Pats. [30:12] - Bill La Forge is the General Manager of the Seattle Thunderbirds who reached the WHL final last year but will try to win it all this time around. [48:03] - The Tri-City Americans are still building and growing towards being contenders as General Manager Bob Tory explains to fans. [1:07:49] - The always competitive Everett Silvertips are back in the mix again this year. GM Dennis Williams previews his team for 2022-23. [1:29:44] - You can never forget about the Portland Winterhawks. Their rebranding is now complete but the more things change, the more they stay the same. GM Mike Johnston is my guest. [1:49:28] - Lastly in the spotlight, it's the Spokane Chiefs and their new General Manager, Matt Bardsley. [2:08:15] - Guy closes out this week's episode and looks ahead to next week.
First, our Cam Moon chats with top 2023 NHL Draft prospect Connor Bedard before his Regina Pats take on the Oil Kings in WHL action. Then, thoughts from our NHL insider John Shannon on Jake Virtanen's training camp and who else needs to step up to crack the team. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Brent is joined by Nathan Reiter of the Prince Albert Daily Herald and James Tubb of the Medicine Hat News to discuss the upcoming WHL season for the Prince Albert Raiders and the Medicine Hat Tigers. The guys also debated weather or not Connor Bedard would be traded from the Regina Pats.
Coming Down the Pipe... [0:00] - The new intro for Season 18 of The Pipeline Show [1:27] - Guy begins the episode with some quick news and notes before getting to the guest list. [12:23] - We start looking ahead for the WHL's East Division with the Brandon Wheat Kings and head coach Don MacGillivary. [34:30] - The Regina Pats are in the spotlight next with John Paddock, the GM and head coach of the team with the planet's most talented 17-year-old on it. [52:30] - From Regina it's to cross province rival Saskatoon as Blades General Manager Colin Priestner pulls back the curtain on his team. [1:19:23] - The re-branding is complete and now the new-look Moose Jaw Warriors are ready to take flight on what promises to be a big year. Head Coach Mark O'Leary is my guest. [1:38:36] - The Prince Albert Raiders have a new head coach in Jeff Truitt who is on the show this week to preview the coming year for his club. [1:58:37] - The Winnipeg ICE were the top team in the WHL last regular season but can they be even better than that this year or will they take a step back? Mike Sawatzky from the Winnipeg Free Press isn't sold. [2:21:59] - Guy wraps up the episode for the week.
Sportsnet golf analyst Adam Stanley joins Ailish to discuss the PGA Tour's new competition model, Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy partnering on a new tech-infused golf league, the scene in Ottawa for this weekend's CP Women's Open, and Lorie Kane's illustrious career on the LPGA Tour. Afterwards, Connor Bedard, forward for Team Canada and the Regina Pats, stops by to chat about Canada's gold medal win at the World Juniors and why he draws inspiration from Auston Matthews (24:15). Later, Adam Levitan, co-founder of Establish The Run, checks in to chat about some of his favourite value picks for the upcoming fantasy football season, players that are currently being overdrafted, and bounce back candidates for 2022 (37:44).The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliate
We break down a huge day as the MLB trade deadline has come and gone, CFL Week 9 preview, NHL news, and NFL news too! #RPShow Check in as our guests today include: Leader-Post Sports Guru Rob Vanstone, and Voice of the Regina Pats Dante de Caria!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Coming Down the Pipe... [0:00] - The intro for Season 17 of The Pipeline Show [1:27] - Guy begins the episode with some quick News and Notes before the guest list. [10:27] - Steve Clark is the TV voice of the Niagara IceDogs and tells us all about the new ownership, coaching staff, scouts for the team plus the impact of June 30th and the 7 trades made that day. [29:02] - The Penticton Vees captured their 5th BCHL title under the leadership of head coach and GM Fred Harbinson. We discuss his tenure with the club and the success they have had together. [45:49] - The Regina Pats have, arguably, the best teenaged hockey player on the planet but only for one more season. They were also not a playoff team last year so...what should or will they do in 2022-23? I asked Rob Vanstone of the Regina Leader-Post. [1:06:03] - Guy wraps up the episode for the week.
Today in the Cage with Michael Ball - Albert Awachie after practice - Blaine Weyland with Rolan Milligan (14:00) - John Hodge #CFL (23:00) - Tanner Howe of the Regina Pats (42:00) - Anthony Lanier II LIVE (47:00) - Farhan Lalji (1:10:00) - Bob Stauffer #NHLDraft (1:25:00) - Pete Robertson (1:40:00)
WHL This Week - Radio Edition recaps a final regular season game for Regina Pats 16 year-old Connor Bedard in which he hit both the 50 goal and 100 point milestone. He made an appearance on TSN's That's Hockey following the conclusion of his regular season.WHL Commisioner Ron Robison is our guest to kick off the 2022 WHL Playoffs. After a challenging regular season, the WHL is set to host playoff hockey for the first time since May of 2019.The WHL hosted it's Draft Lottery for next month's WHL Prospects Draft. We'll recap the draft order and take a look at the award finalists for June 1st.Regina Pats captain Logan Nijhoff has been named the winner of the Dana Brons Honourary Award for his work with Hockey Gives Blood. Program Co-founder Stu Middleton will tell us why Logan was a fitting winner of the annual award.
Today on the SportsCage with Michael Ball: Oilers colour commentator Bob Stauffer, Nathan Cherry of the U of S Huskies, RoughRiders head coach Craig Dickenson, TSN's Glen Suitor, Arash Madani from Sportsnet, and Regina Pats coach Brad Herauf.
Welcome to another episode of the Post to Post Podcast! This week we dive into Minnesota's Andover Huskie's, WHL Players Catching Up To Connor Bedard and More! Youtube: Around The Boards E-Mail: PostToPostPod@gmail.com Instagram: @PostToPostPodcast
Jesse & Lance bring interim play by play voice of the Tigers, Scott Roblin, into the conversation as the boys are still buzzing from Tuesday night's shootout win over the Regina Pats. Jesse raises the question, "Could anyone trade for Connor Bedard?" Scott's joined by the legendary Lanny McDonald after being named to the Order of Hockey in Canada!
On Episode 29 of Hockey with Hultzy, Lucas has on Vancouver native and Regina Pats forward Connor Bedard. Connor tells lots of incredible stories such as talking to Wayne Gretzky and skating with Connor McDavid. Lucas loved the episode because of Connor's outgoing personality and he hopes the listeners do too.
Regina Pats/WHL Star Connor Bedard joins us in Hour 2 to break down his huge 2nd half and more! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week on the 3rd line Podcast, we sit down with Regina Pats goaltender Drew Sim. We discuss the BC Division bubble last season, moving to the Eastern Conference and what it's like to play with Connor Bedard. Brought to you by the Area 51 Sports Network www.area51sportsnetwork.com
WHL This Week, Radio Edition - Hears from Canadian Hockey League President Dan MacKenzie. He'll discuss operating through the pandemic the past two seasons and what could be in store for the Memorial Cup. The WHL has named it's Players of the Month for February. We'll have a recap of two top performers - Connor Bedard of the Regina Pats and G Carl Tetachuk of the Moose Jaw Warriors. The Spokane Chiefs underwent a coaching change three weeks ago. Ryan Smith has been named the Interim Coach as he looks to lead the team into a playoff spot. He'll be our guest.Finally, Moose Jaw Warriors F Jagger Firkus is having a great season. He was ranked 33rd by NHL Central Scouting in the Mid-Term Rankings. He's headed to the 2022 Kubota CHL / NHL Top Prospects Game in Kitchener. He'll close out our show.
WHL This Week - Radio Edition, checks in with Regina Pats 16 year-old Connor Bedard after a goal he scored this past week was the talk of the hockey world. He's also the WHL Player of the Week as the Pats push for a playoff spot.The WHL mourns the loss of Brad Hournung. We'll have more on the legacy he leaves.The Kelowna Rockets are right in the mix in the Western Conference after a recent eight-game winning streak. We'll hear how they've been getting it done with Rockets Coach Kris Mallette.Tri-City Americans F Parker Bell joins us. He's ranked 93rd by NHL Central Scouting in the mid-term rankings. We'll have more on his season with the Americans, the NHL Draft and pushing for the playoffs.
Adam welcomes long-time coach Trevor Hanas. Trevor grew up in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan and had always been surrounded by the game of hockey. Rising through the ranks from house leagues all the way up to the WHL with the Regina Pats at the young age of 16, Trevor was definitely a kid who progressed his game quickly. Adam and Trevor discuss the journey Trevor took from Regina to camp with the Detroit Redwings, to finishing his Junior career with the Saskatoon Blaze. Trevor explains the importance his parents had on his career, from providing support, and the sacrifices they made to help him chase his dreams. Coach Trevor discusses his family's transition and moves down to Texas and his favorite aspects and passion for coaching the next generation. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/faceoffspot/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/faceoffspot/support
On this week's show… As COVID cases continue to climb, what's the latest with JR leagues across the country? We have much more on this developing situation. He became the first 16 year old to EVER score four goals in a World JR game for Canada! We go 1 on 1 with Regina Pats “exceptional” sniper Connor Bedard! He won the CJHL coach of the year last season, and his sister is Marie-Phillipe Poulin, one of the best female hockey players in the world! We'll chat with P-A Poulin, the head coach and general manager of the Quebec AAA Junior Hockey League's Condors du Cégep Beauce -Appalaches in our CJHL Report. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On the first episode of The Hockey Writers Western Centric Podcast, Colton Davies and Matthew Zator discuss the WHL's U.S. Priority Draft, Macklin Celebrini going first overall to Seattle, and the impact he can have on the team. Then they transition into a recap of the WHL's bantam draft, which saw Berkly Catton go #1 overall to Spokane. The guys list off some prospects to watch, the signings, and talk about family-relations within the WHL. Then they discuss the 15 WHL players invited to Hockey Canada's selection camp for the 2022 World Juniors and touch up on a number of other dub players who were invited to World Juniors selection camps. Finally, they wrap things up with weekend score recaps and some chat about Regina Pats forwards Connor Bedard and Tanner Howe. Check out our hosts' writing at The Hockey Writers: Colton Davies - Matthew Zator
Today in the Cage: Mitchell Blair & Zinger • Rob Vanstone on West Final #Riders #Bombers • Andy McNamara Week 13 #NFL Fantasy (10:00) • Connor Bedard of your Regina Pats (20:00) • Cliffy D Pine on Alouettes future (48:00) • Glen Suitor (1:08:00) • Arash Madani (1:35:00)
This episode was recorded LIVE at WAREHOUSE BREWING in Regina!REGINA PATS superstar CONNOR BEDARD joins the show to chat about his hockey career so far, and what it's like to play in the Queen City!He also chats about being named the first Exceptional Status Player in WHL history, and receiving a call from WAYNE GRETZKY himself!!!Siggy and Deevo also discuss the NHL, a crazy weekend in the NFL, and recap the PFC Semi-Final.Plus, cold weather football in Canada, Tim Hortons, and the 2020 Hockey Hall of Fame Class!!LET'S GET WEIRD!!!
Coming Down the Pipe... [0:00] - The intro for Season 17 of The Pipeline Show [1:21] - Guy begins with a bunch of junior news and college notes before getting to the guest list. [17:46] - The 2022 Draft Spotlight gets pointed toward Sweden where Simon Forsmark is playing for Orebro in the SHL and J20 league. [35:40] - Liam Hawel plays for St. FX and leads U Sports across the country in scoring. Get to know this X-Men forward as he's a NHL free agent as a 6'5 right handed center. [57:58] - The 2022 Draft Spotlight gets turned on again to focus on Moose Jaw Warriors forward Jagger Firkus. [1:14:37] - Time to talk a little WHL hockey with an emphasis on the Regina Pats and star forward Connor Bedard. Media mogul Rod Pedersen is back on The Pipeline Show. [1:37:46] - The final segment this week is a Campus Report featuring the current NCAA leading scorer; Canadian Taylor Ward who plays for the Omaha Mavericks. [1:53:29] - Clean up time for this week and a look ahead to the next show.
On this week's show… He led our nation to a gold medal last May at the Under 18's. Now? He's looking to become the first 16 year old to play for Canada at the World JR since Connor McDavid in 2014! We go 1 on 1 with Regina Pats “exceptional” sniper Connor Bedard. He was Team Canada's captain at the 2014 World JR when McDavid was a 16 year old. Now? He's playing for the Philadelphia Flyers. We'll check in with Scott Laughton in this week's edition of Where are they now. The Centennial Cup has been cancelled in back to back years due to COVID-19. But later this season, the Estevan Bruins will host Canada's National JR A Championship! We'll chat about that with Saskatchewan Jr Hockey League Commissioner Bill Chow in our CJHL Report! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today in the Cage: Mitchell Blair & Zinger • Dante De Caria voice of the Regina Pats (20:00) • Farhan Lalji (33:00) • Logan Ferland #Riders (48:00) • Glen Suitor in 'Fine Taylored Suits' (1:10:00) • Iain MacMillan making you money! (1:35:00)
Lots on the menu for today’s show including the return of our long-time NFL insider. The Welcome Matt looks at the Seattle Seahawks and how this season could be the last dance for the Pete Carroll and Russell Wilson era. Canadian Paralympic athlete Bo Hedges follows and tells us about his fourth experience at the Paralympics, and tells us about his journey as a wheelchair basketball player. NFL insider Charean Williams follows Hashtags - the best and worst of Twitter, and tells us why she believes that the Tampa Bay Bucs have the ability to win the Super Bowl once again, wonders if getting to an NFC Championship enough for Russell Wilson to stay with the Seahawks, why the 49ers will give Jimmy Garoppolo one more shot as the starting quarterback, and tells us why Jerry Jones is so adamant about getting all of the Cowboys players vaccinated. The Price is Right wonders if the future of the Vancouver Canadians could be at stake if the pandemic continues deep into 2022. 2023 NHL draft top prospect Connor Bedard joins and tells us how his offseason has been going, what NHL pros he’s been skating with this summer, and whether he’s concerned about making the World Junior Hockey Championship as a 16-year old. Sekeres looks to sizzle on Hot Take. The show wraps with all the Errors & Omissions. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Massive weekend is the world of sports, so much too unpack on today’s show. The Welcome Matt focuses in on the mixed messaging we’ve heard between the CFL and the province of British Columbia. WHL exceptional player, 15-year old Connor Bedard from the Regina Pats follows and shares his experience playing for Canada at the U18’s, winning a gold medal as an underage player. Connor also expands on his first season in the dub, and how challenging the season has been. Our Monday NHL insider John Shannon follows Bedard and gives his thoughts on Jack Eichel’s comments today, after the Sabres superstar expressed his frustration about the season in Buffalo. Shannon also states that Travis Green wants to remain in Vancouver and wonders what exactly is holding things up. The Price is Right suggests that despite a good start to the season, the Whitecaps need to open the wallet and get that number 10 player they so desperately need. Jeff Paterson joins for his first hit of the week and gives a rundown of all the Canuck players that have made their NHL debuts this year. J Pat also weighs in on the poll question, where we asked if the Canucks should pursue an Elias Pettersson for Jack Eichel trade. We play Memo To on a Monday and conclude the show with all the Errors and Omissions. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The last episode for the week begins with Blake explaining how his youngest daughter pulled a legendary April fools prank on her dad. The conversation moves to the Canucks handling of the COVID outbreak that’s going through the dressing room, and how Francesco Aquilini broke the news about the Thatcher Demko extension ahead of the Canucks own public relations. Canucks insider Jeff Paterson drops in for his daily chat, where J Pat wonders what exactly is going on with the COVID outbreak within the organization, and if there will be more players placed on the COVID list after it was made clear that another player was added to the list that already includes Adam Gaudette. The Demko extension comes back up, with J Pat asking if ownership got a little ahead of itself announcing the extension before the team sent out the press release. The conversation wraps up with talk about the Elias Pettersson, and how the team has been reluctant to give any information about what exactly the injury is for the Canucks young star. The Welcome Matt highlights the exceptional talent of 15-year old WHL prospect Connor Bedard of the Regina Pats. Adnan Virk from MLB Network joins to talk about opening day in the majors. They focus in on the Blue Jays, where Adnan questions if the Jays pitching can hold up to the high expectations surrounding the team. Adnan believes that the Jays could win somewhere around 85 games, but wonders if that will be enough to get by the Rays or the Yankees. The topic of what the Mariners will be like this season wraps up the interview. The newest weekly contributor to the show gets unveiled, as Thomas Drance from The Athletic in Vancouver joins for his first hit of many with the boys. Drance gives his insight on what he’s been hearing around the Canucks COVID outbreak, while wondering why the NHL doesn’t get proactive in purchasing vaccinations for the players across the league. Drance then gives his insight on the Demko extension. The show concludes where the boys release some more details about when they will begin streaming live, and welcomes in the new sponsors that have got onboard with the show. Thanks for following, rating, and sharing the Sekeres & Price pod - and tell a friend about us. If you are interested in showing your support by sponsoring the show email us at info [at] northbeachagency [dot] comSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Voice of the Regina Pats Hockey Club of the WHL, Phil "The Thrill" Andrews joins us in Hour 2 for a Dub Hub update!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Austin Pratt joins us to discuss his 5 year WHL career, being Captain of the Regina Pats, Memorial Cup stories, and some insight on his journey to and through the WHL. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bzzz/support