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Undrafted and undersized, Torey Krug has continued to prove everyone wrong and be an absolute beast in the NHL. We cover everything from his iconic hit on Robert Thomas, going head to head with David Perron, signing with the team that just beat him in the finals, and much much more. Torey Krug delivers an epic interview on episode #156 of The Cam & Strick Podcast. InstagramTwitterYouTubeTikTokCam & Strick WebsiteYou can also keep up with the boys on Instagram and Twitter!Andy Strickland - Instagram | TwitterCam Janssen - Instagram | Twitter | Facebook
It's Friday afternoon and that can only mean one thing — a brand new episode of Oilersnation Radio to help you finish off your week with an hour of all things Edmonton Oilers. On this week's show, we looked at some bold Oilers predictions, injuries to Yamamoto and Kassian, Ask the Idiots, and a whole lot more. To kick off the podcast, we got started with a big dreams conversation where we threw out some of our boldest takes and predictions for the upcoming season. Whether it was points predictions for Mike Smith or the Oilers having a powerplay that makes other teams cower in fear, we, along with a bunch of podcast listeners, broke down our pie-in-the-sky predictions for the 2021-22 NHL season. Next up, we looked at the pressure that's falling on Kailer Yamamoto's shoulders as some folks in Oil Country are a little bit down on the former 22nd overall pick after what was undoubtedly a tough season for him in 2021. Is it fair to lump pressure on such a young guy or is he in a spot in the lineup where it's fair to have heightened expectations? From there, we talked about Zack Kassian's unfortunate injury from last night's game after he hit his head on the ice following a fight with Vancouver's Zack McEwan. While there's no question that it was a scary incident that was ripe with bad luck, we wondered whether or not Kassian needs to fight as part of his game to be effective or if it's simply a part of who he is and how he got to the NHL in the first place. Lastly, we wrapped up this week's podcast with another round of Ask the Idiots before winding down with the best and worst moments from the past seven days.
It's Friday afternoon and that can only mean that we've got a fresh episode of Oilersnation Radio to help you finish off your week and make sense of all things Edmonton Oilers. On this week's show, we talked about what's been happening in the preseason, fans being back at Rogers Place, Ask the Idiots, and a whole lot more. To kick off this week's podcast we jumped in with a look at the preseason and specifically our biggest takeaways from the preseason so far. Whether it's the first line developing chemistry to the depth we now have in the organization to Brendan Perlini shooting the lights out, there are a lot of interesting stories to watch as we progress through the tune-up season and we tried to get to everything that came to mind. Getting back to the first line, we spent some time talking about whether or not the McDavid-Hyman-Puljujarvi line could develop into one of the league's best. Changing gears, Duncan Keith made his preseason debut this morning and caused a few waves with his takes on vaccination so we tried to make sense of the quotes and whether we're all making a bigger deal of it than we should be. With the vaccine talk out of the way, we got back into the fun stuff as both Tyler and Rick were in attendance for Tuesday's game against the Kraken, and it was fun to hear them describe what it was like to be back at Rogers Place for the first time in nearly two years. The boys both talked about how great the atmosphere was at the arena and it got me excited about when I'll be able to go back and just having fans in the stands in general. Lastly, we wrapped up the podcast with a little bit of betting talk after our announcement earlier in the week that The Nation Network has teamed up with PointsBet Canada for a new partnership that will launch all kinds of new content for the upcoming season.
It's Friday afternoon and that can only mean that we've got a fresh episode of Oilersnation Radio to help you finish off your week and make sense of all things Edmonton Oilers. On this week's show, we talked about the latest news from training camp, the Josh Archibald conundrum, Ask the Idiots, and a whole lot more. Kicking off this week's podcast, we jumped in with a look at the Oilers roster and specifically who will be feeling the most pressure as we head into the 2021-22 season. Whether it's the goaltending or the defence or the forwards, there is a handful of guys that are likely feeling the heat to perform as we head into a new season, and it was interesting to hear everyone's takes on who has the most on their shoulders. From there, we looked at what's going on at training camp, including the absence of a few players for varying reasons from quarantines to lack of vaccination. Since we were talking about missing time, I asked the boys how big of a deal it is for a player like Duncan Keith to miss the first week of camp as he is still in quarantine after returning home from the States where he got the one-shot Johnson & Johnson vaccine. Changing gears, how could I not spend a few minutes talking about Peter Chiarelli landing a new gig with the St. Louis Blues despite a horrific track record with the Edmonton Oilers when he was last employed. Does the NHL need a little more depth in their talent pool when it comes to management? Lastly, we wrapped up this week's podcast with another round of Ask the Idiots and a look back on the ups and downs from the last seven days.
On the premiere episode of Hockey Press Pass, Ray Ferraro of ESPN and TSN discusses his start on TV (while still playing in the NHL), approach to analyzing games, views on the state of the league, “feedback” from players and executives – including a hallway confrontation with a chippy player – and much more. Later on, Ray and Chris talk about his memorable time with Al Arbour and the Islanders and the team's run in the 1993 Stanley Cup Playoffs. The show closes with Chris responding to a fan's question about lessons learned in his tenure as Islanders PR VP. Presented by InStat Hockey. Sponsored by DraftKings.Host: Chris BottaExecutive Producer: Dani Rylan KearneyProducer: Pat Boyleemail: email@example.com website: hockeypresspass.com
It's Friday afternoon and that can only mean that we've got a fresh episode of Oilersnation Radio to help you finish off your week and make sense of all things Edmonton Oilers. On this week's show, we talked about the boys being back in town, celebrated Rod Phillips' 80th birthday, hypothetical scenarios, and a whole lot more. To kick off this week's podcast, we jumped in with a look at our favourite Edmonton Oilers moments when we were actually in attendance at either Rexall Place or Rogers Place or somewhere else altogether. Whether it was a playoff game or a pre-season matchup or our first NHL game we ever went to, we spent the first chunk of the podcast talking about some of our favourite moments we've ever been able to see in person and it was interesting to hear everyone's perspectives on what a 'best moment' meant to them. From there, we jumped back to the present and looked at many of the Oilers coming back to town to prepare for a new season and whether that gets us even more excited to go even though nothing is really happening right now. We also spent a few minutes celebrating Rod Phillip's 80th birthday by offering up our favourite Rod moments from the booth as he was undoubtedly one of the best to ever do it. Next up, we looked at the Calgary Flames' offseason and whether it will be enough to get them back into the playoffs after what was a very disappointing season in the all-Canadian Division.
The boys discuss the NHL going back to the Olympics (maybe), the Hurricanes signing away Jesperi Kotkaniemi in an act of vengeance, the future of Sidney Crosby and Patrice Bergeron, Pierre Dorion, David Backes, the Eichel trade talks, The Matrix and a game show that marries the MTV VMAs and the Stanley Cup Playoffs. Sponsored by Draft Kings and Manly Bands.
Former Columbus Blue Jackets forward Jody Shelley began serving as the club's television color analyst on Bally Sports Ohio in 2014-15. In addition to his broadcast duties, the Columbus fan favorite is also actively engaged in various business and community initiatives for the organization.Shelley retired in 2013 after a career that spanned 16 years and over 600 NHL games. He wrapped up his NHL career with 18-36-54 and 1,538 penalty minutes in 627 games. He also appeared in nine Stanley Cup Playoff games with San Jose and Philadelphia.
It's been a quiet week around these parts but that doesn't mean we didn't have enough to come up with a fresh episode of Oilersnation Radio to help get you through what's left of your week while also make sense of everything going on with the Oilers and around the NHL. On this week's show, we looked at ads going on NHL jerseys, McDavid points predictions, and a whole lot more. Kicking off today's podcast, we jumped in with a conversation about ads being placed on jerseys for the start of the 2022-23 NHL season and whether or not anyone was surprised that the NHL decided to make some of the easiest money they possibly could. From there, we looked at one of the more evil Would You Rather questions that I've ever seen as it related to the Oilers potentially winning the Stanley Cup and losing a superstar to make it happen. We also discussed Auston Matthews being on the cover of NHL 22, making it the second time the Leafs sniper has made the cover and offering up another reason to piss off hockey fans from every other fanbase. Then to wrap up this week's podcast, we brought back Ask the Idiots for a round of rapid-fire questions where I asked everyone on the podcast a series of hockey questions and they had to give their hottest takes on whatever topic came into my brain.
In this edition of #UNFILTERED, Jon Harder discusses the mainstream media bias and discusses his first example of him ever seeing this, in 2003 with the NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs and Mighty Ducks of Anaheim goaltender Jean-Sebastian Giguere. He also describes how ESPN slowly evolved into the TMZ of Sports and have an agenda. Only on Hardway HQ. http://hardwayhq.com/unfiltered http://facebook.com/hardwayhq http://twitter.com/hardwayhq http://instagram.com/thehardwayhq http://instagram.com/hqcollectibles http://tiktok.com/@hardwayhq To help support with HQ via t-shirts and hats: https://dorksidetees.com/collections/custom-designs Advertising, Concerns, Feedback, Hate Mail: Jon@HardwayHQ.com
It's been a surprisingly busy week in Oil Country and that means we're back with a fresh episode of Oilersnation Radio to help get you through what's left of your week while also make sense of everything going on with the Oilers and around the NHL. On this week's show, we looked at Kailer Yamamoto's next contract, the defensive group, and a whole lot more. To kick off this week's podcast, we got started with a look at Kailer Yamamoto's next contract as he is one of the few remaining players that has yet to be re-signed. Considering Yamo didn't have the best season in 2021, we wondered what a fair deal would look like for the former 22nd overall pick, and whether or not the Oilers will try to add some term to this contract to keep him as a cheaper option. From there, we looked at Tyler Benson's place with the team and whether or not he has the skillset to crack the roster even if it means playing somewhere lower in the lineup. Would it even make sense for Benson to play on the fourth line? Sticking with some of the housekeeping the Oilers got done this week, we dove into Slater Koekkoek's two-year deal that got signed this past week and whether or not it was crazy for the Oilers to give the guy a second year even though he'll probably get lapped on the depth chart before the contract is over. With a fresh one-year contract in his pocket, we looked at where Brandon Perlini fits into the lineup as he tries to get back into the NHL after spending the last year in the Swiss league.
Jared Ellis of Locked On Hurricanes offers an impartial perspective on how the Jack Eichel saga will conclude, as well as Rod Brind'Amour staying with the Canes. Are the Rangers and/or the Canes Stanley Cup contenders in this upcoming season? Breaking down the intricacies of the forthcoming 82-game regular season. Jared also talks about attending Game 5 of Canes vs. Predators! Intro song is “Leave the Lights On” by Passafire from their 2009 album, “Everyone On Everynight.” ***NOTE: Episode recorded before news of Igor Shesterkin's extension. We will cover that in our next episode! Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. StatHero StatHero, the FIRST Ever Daily Fantasy Sportsbook that gives the PLAYER the ADVANTAGE. Go to StatHero.com/LockedOn for 300% back on your first play. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
It's been another busy week around here and that means we're back with a fresh episode of Oilersnation Radio to help get you through what's left of your day while also make sense of everything going on with the Oilers and around the NHL. On this week's show, we looked at Darnell Nurse's contract extension, goaltending, and a whole lot more. To kick off today's podcast, we jumped in with a look at the Oilers' goaltending situation leading into 2021-22 and whether or not we'll the exact same duo for the third tour of duty or if Ken Holland will make a move to bolster the pairing. Does Alex Stalock factor into the equation? What about Ilya Konovalov? From there, we got into the Darnell Nurse eight-year contract extension that carries a $9.25 million cap hit and tried to break down why it's actually a reasonable deal for the Edmonton Oilers. We also spoke about Warren Foegele's three-year contract extension and how much all four of us are excited to see what he brings to the lineup in his first season with the Oilers. While we can still be upset about the Bear trade, I think a lot of us have started to turn the page and focus more on what Foegele will bring in instead. We also looked at some way too early line combinations after Bob Stauffer mused on his show that we could see McDavid and Draisaitl playing together 30-40% of the time, which, as expected, annoyed Oilers fans to no end.
The guys are on summer vacation so Blake is here to present the final round of formerly Patreon exclusive audio shows. Enjoy! ...The Wrestling Room: Wrestlemania XXIV: The Big Show vs. Floyd Mayweather (4/1/17) In honor of Wrestlemania weekend, Blake and Mark sat down and looked back at Wrestlemania XXIV, that took place at the Curtis Bowl in Orlando Florida, and the match between The Big Show and Floyd Mayweather. Looking back the match was much better than it deserved to be especially compared to the match we talked about at the top of this episode. ...The Sports Report Special: In Person Report: Columbus at Pittsburgh Game 5 (4/22/17)Mike was in attendance for Game 5 of the Pittsburgh Penguins and Columbus Blue Jackets quarterfinal series in the 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs and he's here to talk all about it!...The Wrestling Room: Live from ROH Unauthorized (5/1/17)Blake and Mark attended ROH Unauthorized at Turner Hall Ballroom and here's some of what went down that night. This is live audio of the crowd and the guys discussing, cheering and just having a great crazy time. Afterward they break down the show on the way to the car....The Wrestling Room Patreon Special: HOH 25: Broken Hardys vs. Tommy Dreamer & Bully (6/1/17) his month on Patreon, Blake and Mark watch and discuss the House of Hardcore 25 match between Tommy Dreamer & Bully Ray vs. Broken Matt Hardy & Brother Nero. The match is the last independent match for the Broken Hardys and the story behind the match is just as interesting as the match itself.
The long weekend may be behind us but the fun is far from over as the boys are back with a fresh episode of the Real Life Podcast to help get your week started and to make sense of the world around us. In today's episode, the guys covered everything Tyler missed on his vacation, Oilers talk, and a whole lot more. To kick off this week's episode, the guys got started with a look at everything Tyler missed while he was on vacation, including making him listen to plenty of praise for his temporary replacement. With plenty of Oilers news that happened while he was away, Tyler was anxious to break down the Oilers roster and take a few swings about what's still to come before the 2021-22 season begins. Somehow, the Oilers talk led Jay and Wanye to talk about the time they went to Dubai and went skiing inside of a shopping mall. Did you read that right? Yes. From there, the podcast fell off the rails a little bit as the guys covered a range of topics from golf, to the Oilersnation Open, to a little bit of Big Brother talk to wrap things up.
Welcome back to another Friday edition of The DFO Rundown with Frank Seravalli and Jason Gregor! Since Free agency opened up on Wednesday, it has been a crazy time around the NHL, and the guys dove into everything. Multiple defencemen are now getting paid the big bucks, the Arizona Coyotes are doing whatever they can to get Shane Wright, and the Edmonton Oilers are still searching for a new goaltender, to name a few of the headlines. The show ends with some rapid fire questions for Frank about the future of a couple of NHL veterans and where free agents Tomas Tatar and Nick Ritchie could land.
Blake brings on Leandra Lynn to look back at the Stanley Champion Tampa Bay Lightning, free agent frenzy, big time trades and more. We always try to answer questions like: Did the Kraken mess up their expansion draft? Will Ovechkin break Gretzky's goal record? What is going on in Chicago? Did the Devils win free agency? Enjoy the show everyone!
It's been a busy week in the NHL, and it's only going to get busier! After Frank Seravalli exploded hockey Twitter with Seattle Kraken draft news on Wednesday morning, he and Jason Gregor are back with a brand new episode of The DFO Rundown. They dove into the Kraken's expansion draft right off the bat, breaking down a few picks and their overall thoughts. The most focus of the show, however, was the NHL Draft. In today's episode, they were joined by Brad Allen from the hockeyprospect.com. Brad brought a ton of information with him and gave us an excellent perspective on what this draft could become. They also spoke specifically about Chaz Lucius, Cole Sillinger, and the two top-ranked goaltenders - Sebastian Cossa and Jesper Wallstedt.
Thursday means that your workweek is winding down and that the boys from the Real Life Podcast are back with a brand new episode of the show to get you set for the weekend and break down the week that was. In today's episode, the guys covered Adam Larsson jumping ship, Frank Seravalli taking over Twitter, space talk, and a whole lot more. Kicking off the podcast, the guys started the podcast with a conversation about soccer as new Tyler (Liam) was sitting in since Yaremchuk decided the best time for a vacay was the business week in NHL news. Despite knowing nothing about soccer... err... football, the guys did their best to engage in the topic even though they could tell Liam thought they were idiots. Changing gears, the conversation turned to Jeff Bezos' space trip from a few days ago and tried to figure out what retail space travel will mean for human beings going forward. Next up, how could the guys not spend a few minutes talking about how Frank Seravalli broke Hockey Twitter yesterday with all of the breaking news he dropped about the Seattle expansion draft. Lastly, the podcast wrapped up by looking at the Edmonton Oilers and what they'll do next after they lost Adam Larsson to the Kraken and seem to have had their plans derailed a little bit.
This week on TQR, we talk about the Seattle Kraken Expansion roster, did Bob Murray screw the Ducks again, and look ahead to Free Agency! Losing Haydn Fleury - 6:16 Seattle Roster - 48:14 What's Quackin? - 1:11:20 Presented by Draft Kings - Use Promo Code THPN at sign-up for exclusive offers! We're now in the TQR Off-Season! New episodes will be available every Thursday on your favourite podcast streaming platform. Presented by The Hockey Podcast Network. Every Team, Every Where. TQR will also be live streaming full episodes on Wednesday nights at 7PT through the Stanley Cup Playoffs, on Twitter and Twitch @QuackReportPod, and on THPN's YouTube channel and Facebook page @HockeyPodNet. Tune in to get live discussion and engage with us in real-time. Finally, subscribe to TQR on YouTube for clips of your favourite segments throughout the week! Check out all our socials here: https://linktr.ee/quackreportpod For more hockey content, check out the other shows on The Hockey Podcast Network, where you'll find a podcast for each of the NHL's 31 teams. Also, you can find other shows, including ones hosted by former NHL players. On Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram @HockeyPodNet and The Quack Report can be found on Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok @QuackReportPod.
Johansen debuted in the NHL with the Columbus Blue Jackets on Oct. 7, 2011, against the Nashville Predators, and would make history that season: He was the first player in the League to score his team's first three game-winning goals in a season since Brian Propp of the Philadelphia Flyers in 1982-83. He got his first NHL point with an assist Oct. 22, 2011, against the Ottawa Senators and scored his first League goal, a game-winner, Oct. 25, 2011, against Ty Conklin of the Detroit Red Wings. In 2012-13 Johansen led the Blue Jackets in face-off wins with 272 and scored his first NHL shootout goal on March 10 at Detroit. Johansen was the youngest NHL player to score 30 goals in 2013-14 and joined Rick Nash and Geoff Sanderson as players with 30-goal seasons in Blue Jackets history. The center led Columbus in goals (33), points (63), multipoint games (16), shots on goal (237) and faceoff wins (692). Johansen made his Stanley Cup Playoff debut April 16, 2012, and scored his first NHL playoff goal three days later; both came against the Pittsburgh Penguins in the first round. In 2014-15, Johansen became the fourth player in Blue Jackets history to have 70 points in a season, joining Nick Foligno (2014-15), Nash (2008-09) and Ray Whitney (2002-03). He had an NHL season-best 13-game point streak from Dec. 18, 2014-Jan. 17, 2015. Johansen was named NHL All-Star Game MVP after getting two goals and four points on Jan. 25, 2015, at Nationwide Arena in Columbus. Traded by Columbus to the Nashville Predators on Jan. 6, 2016, for Seth Jones, Johansen had eight goals and 34 points in 42 games with the Predators in 2015-16. He had a goal and an assist in his Nashville debut Jan. 8, 2016, against the Colorado Avalanche. Johansen had 13 points (three goals, 10 assists) in 14 Stanley Cup Playoff games for Nashville in the 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs before being sidelined with a serious leg injury sustained in Game 4 of the Western Conference Final against the Anaheim Ducks. He required surgery and was unable to play during the Cup Final, when the Predators lost to the Pittsburgh Penguins in six games. However, he rebounded with 54 points (15 goals, 39 assists) during the regular season and 14 points (five goals, nine assists) in 14 playoff games. Johansen was selected by Columbus with the No. 4 pick in the 2010 NHL Draft after scoring 25 goals and 69 points for Portland of the Western Hockey League in 2009-10. He ranked second among WHL rookies in assists (44) and points (69) that season and led rookies with 12 assists and 18 points during the 2009-10 playoffs. He led Portland with 40 goals and 92 points in 2010-11, and was the league's top playoff scorer with 28 points (13 goals), helping his team reach the league final. Johansen helped Canada finish second at the 2011 IIHF World Junior Championship and was named to the tournament all-star team after scoring three goals and nine points in seven games. Brought to you by: Puck Support pucksupport.com @pucksupport True Temper Hockey @truetemperhockey And Zenkai Sports @zenkaisports Promo Code: pucksupport25 for 25% Off #hockey #podcast #mentalhealth
This week- Mr. Parker Ainsworth is joined by two special guests to give a quick “history lesson” about their respective specialties. “K Dot” of The WNBA Show comes on to explain all of the craziness from the first half of the WNBA season (7:56). Later, Belly Up Sports' Hockey Head Ryan McCarthy breaks down everything that went down in the NHL Playoffs and makes a bold prediction about the Stanley Cup moving forward (40:46). Be sure to download, subscribe, do all the wonderful things to show you enjoyed the episode, and remember- #DontFlunkWithUs!
The weekend may be over but the fun is far from over as the boys are back with a fresh episode of the Real Life Podcast to help get you going and to make sense of the world around us. This week, the guys covered the Oilersnation Open, new podcast intros, listener voicemails, and a whole lot more. Kicking off the podcast, the guys started the podcast with some quick golf talk as we draw ever closer to the Oilersnation Open. As the podcast started, the high bid to golf with the boys is $600 for a lucky duo that will join Jay, Chalmers, and Yaremchuk for a round at Cougar Creek. From there, Tyler showed off the brand new podcast intros that he's been sitting on, and once again, Baggedmilk was not in them. Disrespect? Direct shot? Only Tyler knows for sure. Getting back to hockey, the guys took some questions from Twitter about what's to come with the Oilers only to have the conversation fall off the rails almost immediately. Lastly, the guys wrapped the podcast with their first Big Brother segment of the year as everyone's favourite summer show has finally gotten underway.
It was truly a wild weekend around the NHL with some big trades and expansion lists being released! Jason Gregor and Frank Seravalli have a brand new episode of The DFO Rundown and they dug right into what they think the Seattle Kraken will do this week. They both did their own mock expansion draft and shared the results with each other live on the podcast! The guys picked all 30 players that they think could end up with the NHL's 32nd franchise and only agreed on 11 in total. The debates were very good and on top of that, Frank had a lot of inside information and shared what he's hearing from around the league. There will be side deals and Frank shared a few that he thinks might happen.
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It's been a busy week here in Oil Country and we're back with a brand new episode of Oilersnation Radio to make sense of everything that's happened here in Edmonton and around the NHL over the last seven days. On this week's show, we looked at the Duncan Keith trade, discussed some of the rumours surrounding the team right now, previewed the expansion draft, and a whole lot more. Kicking off the podcast, we got started with a conversation about the Duncan Keith trade that happened earlier this week and whether or not the Oilers will be able to have their newest defender cover the bet made to acquire him. If you look at Keith's analytics then you're probably going to be upset about the trade. If you're buying into the intangibles that he can bring to the locker room then you're probably pretty excited. Who is right? It's impossible to get the answer to that question until the new season starts, but I'd imagine that we're going to be arguing about this deal for the next two months anyway. From there, we looked at Zach Hyman being a player that Ken Holland has been rumoured to be interested in as a free agent and we tried to figure out whether or not the speculated numbers that are circulating would make for a good deal. Can you go long term on a guy with injury issues and coming off one of his better NHL seasons? We also looked at Gabriel Landeskog out of Colorado as a potential option the Oilers should be chasing, though, to a man, we all expect that he'll be back in Colorado when all is said and done.
We are now just under a week away from the NHL's expansion draft and teams are starting to make moves to put themselves in a good spot before they lose a player to the Seattle Kraken. It's really just the tip of the iceberg and there are no doubt more big moves to come, so we decided to bring NHL Insider Elliotte Friedman onto the podcast to give us the latest on what he's hearing from around the league. Before getting to Friedman, Jason Gregor and Frank Seravalli talked about the big news from the past week including the Minnesota Wild buying out Ryan Suter and Zach Parise. They also touched on the goaltending market and talked about the likelihood of some big-name American-born free agents signing in Canada. With Friedman, they started by talking about the idea of tampering and how teams are potentially bending the rules a little ahead of free agency. They also got into which teams are facing the most pressure to improve themselves in the next week and which teams that are currently flying under the radar that could make a big splash. They also did a special edition of 'Buy or Sell' with Tyler Yaremchuk.
Thursday means that your workweek is winding down and that the boys from the Real Life Podcast are back with a brand new episode of the show to get you set for the weekend and break down the week that was. In today's episode, the guys covered the Oilers rumours, disc golf, the Oilersnation Open, and a whole lot more. Kicking things off, the guys got the podcast started with a recap of the Nation Real Life Disc Golf Championship that took place this past Tuesday after the guys finally got out to Rundle Park to get a round under their belts. From the moment the guys arrived at Rundle to the minute they wrapped, the guys had nothing but good things to say about the sport they had never played before this even though it humbled them greatly with their lack of skill. Sticking with the links, the conversation turned to the upcoming Oilersnation Open that is set for August 26th and how you have the opportunity to bid to golf with the Real Life crew. Changing gears, Wanye then told a story of how his new neighbours saw him naked this past week, and the guys tried to figure out whether that's a good or bad first impression to have. Lastly, the guys wrapped up the Thursday episode of Real Life with some betting talk as The Open kicked off this weekend at Royal St. Georges Golf Course.
This time on TQR, we're talking expansion draft protection lists, Black Widow, and other wild news around the league! BONUS! Quack Report: Unplucked - 5:53 NHL News - 23:43 Ducks Discussion - 1:06:25 NHL Entry Draft Prediction Recap - 1:29:31 What's Quackin? - 1:31:22 Presented by Draft Kings - Use Promo Code THPN at sign-up for exclusive offers! We're now in the TQR Off-Season! New episodes will be available every Thursday on your favourite podcast streaming platform. Presented by The Hockey Podcast Network. Every Team, Every Where. TQR will also be live streaming full episodes on Wednesday nights at 7PT through the Stanley Cup Playoffs, on Twitter and Twitch @QuackReportPod, and on THPN's YouTube channel and Facebook page @HockeyPodNet. Tune in to get live discussion and engage with us in real-time. Finally, subscribe to TQR on YouTube for clips of your favourite segments throughout the week! Check out all our socials here: https://linktr.ee/quackreportpod For more hockey content, check out the other shows on The Hockey Podcast Network, where you'll find a podcast for each of the NHL's 31 teams. Also, you can find other shows, including ones hosted by former NHL players. On Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram @HockeyPodNet and The Quack Report can be found on Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok @QuackReportPod.
In this episode of Bear Tracks, presented by Pink Whitney by New Amsterdam Vodka, Solar Bears play-by-play broadcaster Jesse Liebman is joined in-studio by defenseman Alexander Kuqali, who is spending the week as a guest instructor at the Solar Bears youth hockey camp at the RDV Sportsplex. The two talk about the Stanley Cup Playoffs, the growth of hockey in Florida, Kuqali's travel plans this summer and what lies ahead for the defenseman.
(0:00) Mike Emrick; 2010 Winter Olympics Men's Gold Medal Game (1:29) NHL on NBC final season (2:24) U.S. NHL broadcast trivia (4:45) introduction to NHL on NBC's Matt Marvin & Charlie Dammeyer (6:50) favorite Stanley Cup Final memories (8:27) on being a fan & a broadcast professional (11:50) thoughts & emotions on the final NHL on NBC season (14:45) reflections on great moments in the 16-year run (19:45) NBC Sports-Rogers Sportsnet NHL relationship (21:49) favorite NHL Winter Classic & Outdoor Game moments (26:10) memorable bloopers & mistakes (30:02) Q&A presented by conquesthockey.co features Mike “Doc” Emrick memories (36:36) Steve discusses working 80s Stanley Cup Finals as an Edmonton Oilers fan (38:33) Paul talks about working side-by-side with NBC Sports during the Stanley Cup Playoffs (41:08) social media promotion (41:32) salute to the home of NBC Sports; New York, New York
Welcome into a brand new episode of The DFO Rundown from The Wood Jerseys Studio! Frank and Jason started this week's podcast off by talking about some players who could potentially be traded ahead of next week's expansion draft. They also got into a pretty passionate debate about the NHL/CHL agreement that needs to be renegotiated this offseason. Before getting to their guest of the week, Frank gave his take on Nikita Kucherov's new t-shirts that he's been rocking during the Lightning Stanley Cup celebrations. They went on to welcome Detroit Red Wings beat reporter Kevin Allen to the pod. Kevin broke down how GM Steve Yzerman will handle the upcoming offseason. The Red Wings are certainly still rebuilding, but the focus now is on making the team better and Yzerman has a lot of cap space to make that happen. They could very well be one of the most active teams in the league over the next month and Kevin explained what moves they could be making.
Justin and Cameron discuss how the Lightning dominated and what the Flyers will have to do in order to get back in contention for a Stanley Cup any time soon. Justin also details his birthday dinner plans, why he is now hesitant to go back to a certain grocery store in the mountains and how a MCDONALD'S left him without any fries.
Colby, Lance, & Timm discuss the NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs, the NBA Finals, and some CHICK DRAMA that's happening over at the four-letter network, ESPN. Make sure to check out more content at TheDrunkSportsPodcast.com! Brought to you by: MySleepSheets.com
Scott Cullen looks at the Tampa Bay Lightning's dominant run through the Stanley Cup Playoffs, ending with a five-game series victory against the Montreal Canadiens, then continues looking at team draft histories, with the Buffalo Sabres, Calgary Flames, and Carolina Hurricanes. Contact me on Twitter at @ByScottCullen or @LO_FantasyNHL and check out written content at scottcullenhockey.substack.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Pete, Rob and guest David Satriano wrap up the 2021 Stanley Cup Playoffs by identifying players who gained the most fantasy value from this postseason (e.g. Nikita Kucherov, Charlie McAvoy, Sam Bennett, Spencer Knight, Cole Caufield) and updating the top 250 rankings landscape for next season. The guys also react to the early Stanley Cup betting odds for 2021-22 with some intriguing teams, including the Panthers, Maple Leafs, Wild and Kings, the impact of potential offseason trades that could involve valuable forwards Jack Eichel and Vladimir Tarasenko and other big storylines entering the NHL Expansion Draft for the Seattle Kraken and free agency.
Thursday's episode of Locked On Blackhawks begins with a discussion on the 2021 Stanley Cup Playoffs wrapping up, with the Tampa Bay Lightning winning their second consecutive Stanley Cup. Then, host Jack Bushman discusses Chicago Blackhawks' 2020 fourth-round pick Michael Krutil inking a one-year deal with the Rockford IceHogs through next season. The episode concludes with 20-year-old forward Kirby Dach's 2021 Season Recap. All that and more on Locked On Blackhawks. Part of the Locked On Podcast Network. Your Team. Every Day. Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
TJ and The Grumpy Old Man reflect on the season and discuss ideas regarding the future. We also talk all of the latest news in the Stanley Cup Playoffs! Make sure to check out our general sports podcast: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCotIBUwJ8aL4GegP7I0lpMA #StanleyCup #isles #islanders #islandershockey #newyorkislanders #THPN #NHLPlayoffs #NHL #hockey
In the first hour of today's Lombardi Line, hosts Brady Kannon and Michael Lombardi discuss today's headlines, breakdown week 1 in the NFL, and the odds to be the number 1 seed in the AFC and NFC. Thomas Gable, Director of Race and Sportsbooks at the Borgata, and Will Hill, Point Spread Weekly Contributor, join the show to talk about the Stanley Cup Playoffs and Major League Baseball. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Welcome to the 4th Line Voice #EnforcerBasedPodcasting presented by The Hockey Podcast Network. Join Darren, a lifelong hockey fan who dives deep into the often misunderstood role of the hockey enforcer. Guests include fellow fight fans and former players who share their unique stories and perspective on the highs and lows of playing and performing the tough-guy role. Episode 120 -NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs Officiating -Social Influencer -Top 15 Enforcers in a Bar Fight) Follow us on Twitter @4thlinevoice @hockeypodnet thehockeypodcastnetwork.com Rate & Review on Itunes & Apple Podcast Presented by Draftkings.com use promo code THPN for signup Bonus & Weekly Deals Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Happy 4th of July weekend. We had some early fireworks between Lucas Giolito and Josh Donaldson. Did the White Sox need the extra motivation? Scottie Pippen made headlines all week with claims about Phil Jackson. YAP Challenges, Stanley Cup Playoffs, Suns in the Finals, Whiskey Picks. This episode is brought to you by Tribe Coffee Co. Use promo code 'YAPCHI" when you visit tribecoffeeco.com for 10% off.
Host Andrew and Rocky Romanella discuss the new rule in the NCAA allowing student-athletes to earn money off their Name, Image and Likeness. The guys breakdown what this means for college athletes and what the next steps are for the NCAA. They also dive into the Met's poor offense and what the problem in the MLB could be and dive into the Stanley Cup Playoffs and Game 5 of the NBA Eastern Conference Finals. Follow the socials @wideworldofrome @coachromo24 @coachrocky917 wideworldofrome.com --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/trsp/message
Ariel Epstein and Ben Stevens are back to give you all the information you need to make it a profitable day in the wager world. Ariel and Ben recap last night's NHL Stanley Cup Playoff action with the Montreal Canadiens advancing to the finals and discuss some NFL win totals! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On the latest edition of the show devoted to Underdogs in the NBA, the NHL and much more, host T.J. Rives returns with plenty of roundball and what's on the ice! T.J. goes over some of the NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs briefly, including his Tampa Bay Lightning going for a repeat. They will need a Game 7 at home and will it possibly be Underdog Montreal or Vegas to meet them? Then, he is joined by Brian Edwards, Senior Handicapper of Vegas Insider and Majorwager.com, for his thoughts on the Phoenix Suns' dramatic game two win over the Clippers to put them up 2-0 in the best of seven series. The guys breakdown the molasses slow final two minutes of the game with all of the reviews and delays before Phoenix alley-ooped for the victory. Brian also takes a look at the NBA Finals futures odds for both the Clippers and the Hawks, who are still attractive U'dogs. Next, Mike DeCourcy of SportingNews.com and the US Basketball Writer's Hall of Fame is up with his thoughts on the NBA Playoffs and the Phoenix finish. Plus, just how good is the ESPN/ABC TV crew of Mike Breen, Jeff Van Gundy and Mark Jackson on their breakdown of games and the crazy finishes?! They discuss. Then, fresh off their game one upset of Milwaukee, what kind of chance does Brian give his Atlanta Hawks in the series to make it to their first championship series since being re-located to the South 50 years ago? Brian also has some quick UFC fight card analysis and Underdog pick for Saturday. Hear it all on 3 Dog Thursday and make sure to follow/review the podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google, etc.!! Follow - Twitter | Instagram Watch - YouTube | Twitch Listen - Apple | Spotify Read - SportsGamblingPodcast.com Discuss - Slack | Reddit Download the SGPN app - https://sgpn.app Support for this episode - WynnBet | CoorsLight | PropSwap.com code “SGP”
We're in the thick of NHL Draft season, which means it's time for another impromptu mock draft! Tune in as we cover some Stanley Cup Playoff updates (3:50) before jumping into our mock draft & prospect talk with Max Bultman of The Athletic Detroit (18:25)! Also, Aatu Raty's NHL Draft Prospect Profile (58:25), whether he could be the 23rd overall pick, and plenty more. Head over to wingedwheelpodcast.com to find all the ways to listen, how to support the show, and so much more.
Running it back on Trae Young, everybody's a soccer expert, Mickelson stunk Thursday, a six-hour Massachusetts sports betting hearing, betting Gonzaga futures early, envelope excuses, Brooks Koepka tickets, more Stanley Cup Playoff series price swings, Bucks-Nets Game 7. Thanks to special guest Chris Thurston! (@ctbets16) “Chicken Dinner” is a sports betting show for everybody. Betting analyst Sam Panayotovich dives inside the markets Tuesday and Thursday with industry experts, bookmakers, bettors, writers and casino executives. SUBSCRIBE! “Chicken Dinner” on iTunes, Google Play, Spotify, Stitcher, TuneIn and wherever else you listen to your podcasts FOLLOW! @chickenxdinner @spshoot
Formed in 2013 All Good Things are known for creating music that celebrates the underdog, Pairing post-apocalyptic rock with powerful lyrics, the band creates songs focused on anthemic heavy rock. The Hook Rocks welcomes lead singer Dan Murphy to the podcast and discusses their music, their future, and what it's like to hear the bands songs in video games and sporting events like the NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs. Please enjoy the episode! Part of The Pantheon Podcast Network!