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Dr. Hockey
Detroit Red Wings Legend Darren McCarty

Dr. Hockey

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 39:20


Dr. Jay Calvert & Dr. Jason Berkley chat with Detroit Red Wings Legend - Darren McCarty! Darren & the docs talk about his love for the city of Detroit, the Dylan Larkin Captain debate, his top three picks to replace Blashill & co., Stanley Cup predictions, and his mission to spread awareness for Mental Health! Darren discusses his own personal triumphs over alcoholism & Mental Health issues, breaking the stigmas around Men's Mental Health, his work with the NFL & NHL, and this Thursday's event with fellow Detroit legends for FundRecovery.Org! Go to FundRecovery.Org. to learn more! Fund Recovery serves athletes, veterans, their families, and fans seeking assistance for mental health or addiction issues. We do this by filling the financial gap between the cost of receiving professional help and the ability for someone to pay. Fund Recovery provides monetary aid for people seeking positive change.

Mission Church
This Is Our God: 1 Samuel | One Life, One Chance | Pastor Tyler Johnson | 05.08.22

Mission Church

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2022 49:24


Listen today as Pastor Tyler continues in our "This Is Our God" series and teaches from the book of 1 Samuel. To stay connected to what's happening at Mission Church, follow us on any of the following platforms: Instagram instagram.com/missionchurchca Podcast missionchurchca.com/watch Newsletter missionchurchca.com/updates Mission Church is a new church in the East Bay Area of California. Get more info at missionchurchca.com

Dr. Hockey
Scott Morrison on the 1972 Canada-Soviet Union Summit Series

Dr. Hockey

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 36:03


Dr. Jay Calvert chats with hockey journalist & author Scott Morrison about his brand new book "1972: The Series That Changed Hockey Forever" - all about the 1972 Canada-Soviet Union Summit Series! Dr. Calvert & Scott deep dive into the perhaps the greatest series in the history of hockey, and lasting effect it's had on the game we love. The guys also discuss the hot start to this year's playoffs, the playoff format debate, & his thoughts on the Leafs-Lightning series. Follow him on Twitter @SMorrisonMedia. Scott Morrison has provided cogent and colourful hockey analysis since his start in 1979, covering the Maple Leafs and NHL for the Toronto Sun. Having reported and provided analysis for Sportsnet, Hockey Night in Canada, and CBC Television and Radio, while making regular appearances across the sports-radio dial, he brings a trusted and measured voice to the hockey-media landscape, twice serving as president of the Professional Hockey Writers' Association. He has written numerous books, including 100 Years, 100 Moments: A Centennial of NHL Hockey, and Catch 22: My Battles, in Hockey and Life with Rick Vaive. In 2006, he received the Hockey Hall of Fame's Elmer Ferguson Memorial Award.

Mission Church
This Is Our God: Ruth | The Friend That Never Leaves | Pastor Tyler Johnson | 05.01.22

Mission Church

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2022 43:21


Listen today as Pastor Tyler continues in our "This Is Our God" series and teaches from the book of Ruth. To stay connected to what's happening at Mission Church, follow us on any of the following platforms: Instagram instagram.com/missionchurchca Podcast missionchurchca.com/watch Newsletter missionchurchca.com/updates Mission Church is a new church in the East Bay Area of California. Get more info at missionchurchca.com

Chicago TomaHawk (Podcast About The Chicago Blackhawks)
Blackhawks Win vs Vegas, Jeff Greenberg Named Associate GM

Chicago TomaHawk (Podcast About The Chicago Blackhawks)

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 16:34


Blackhawks win in a shootout vs Vegas. That knocks Vegas out of competing for the last wildcard spot. Taylor Raddysh who we got in the Brandon Hagel trade had 2 goals. Sam Lafferty had 2 assists and was noticeable all night. Tyler Johnson with the shootout winner. Jeff Greenberg was named associate GM. He was one of the finalists for the GM position. Jamie Faulkners favorite candidate but they decided to go with Kyle Davidson. It appears Kyle Davidson had some conversations with Greenberg and liked what he heard. Thanks for listening to the podcast! Do us a favor, and subscribe so you don't miss out on future podcasts. Also, check out thefhn.net for articles and other NHL podcasts.

Chicago Sports with David Schuster
EP 77 - The Blackhawks On Ice Podcast - Featuring Tyler Johnson, Seth Jones and Derek King

Chicago Sports with David Schuster

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 24, 2022 6:57


Welcome to The Blackhawks on Ice Podcast With your Host David Schuster Show Rundown: Interviews with Tyler Johnson, Seth Jones and Derek King Follow us @Schumouse & @hockeypodnet Rate & Review on Itunes & Apple Podcast Proudly presented by The Hockey Podcast Network Draftkings.com Use Promo Code THPN for signup bonus and weekly deals up to $150 in free bets! David Schuster started out at Sports Phone — a pre-sports talk radio service fans called in to for scores and updates — but mostly is known to local fans for his reporting at WMVP-AM 1000 and the Score. Schuster's expertise is the NBA, and his annual Christmas Day interview with Bulls executive vice president John Paxson became a Score tradition. He also covered multiple Stanley Cup Winning Chicago Blackhawks NHL teams, as well as the history Chicago Cubs 2016 World Series Victory. In his own words, “I have covered 12 major sports championships in my hometown. I'm a lucky guy.” NHL Teams Anaheim Ducks Arizona Coyotes Boston Bruins Buffalo Sabres Calgary Flames Carolina Hurricanes Chicago Blackhawks Colorado Avalanche Columbus Blue Jackets Dallas Stars Detroit Red Wings Edmonton Oilers Florida Panthers Los Angeles Kings Minnesota Wild Montreal Canadiens Nashville Predators New Jersey Devils New York Islanders New York Rangers Ottawa Senators Philadelphia Flyers Pittsburgh Penguins San Jose Sharks Seattle Kraken St Louis Blues Tampa Bay Lightning Toronto Maple Leafs Vancouver Canucks Vegas Golden Knights Washington Capitals Winnipeg Jets If you or someone you know has a gambling problem, crisis counseling and referral services can be accessed by calling 1-800-GAMBLER (1-800-426-2537) (IL/IN/MI/NJ/PA/WV/WY), 1-800-NEXT STEP (AZ), 1-800-522-4700 (CO/NH), 888-789-7777/visit http://ccpg.org/chat (CT), 1-800-BETS OFF (IA), 1-877-770-STOP (7867) (LA), 877-8-HOPENY/text HOPENY (467369) (NY), visit OPGR.org (OR), call/text TN REDLINE 1-800-889-9789 (TN), or 1-888-532-3500 (VA). 21+ (18+ NH/WY). Physically present in AZ/CO/CT/IL/IN/IA/LA/MI/NH/NJ/NY/OR/ PA/TN/VA/WV/WY only. Min. $5 deposit required. Eligibility restrictions apply. See http://draftkings.com/sportsbook for details. EP 77 - The Blackhawks On Ice Podcast - Featuring Tyler Johnson, Seth Jones and Derek King

Beer Sessions Radio (TM)
Boston Area's Packey Stores Have Your Local Beer Craze Covered

Beer Sessions Radio (TM)

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2022 61:29


This week on Beer Sessions Radio, Jimmy will drive North to Amesbury, Massachusetts, where package stores are cordially called "packey," to visit RMA Craft Beer and Wine packey store for an exclusive tasting and on-site recording session with Rockport Brewing Company. Jimmy is always on the lookout for top-notch retail beershops, and Rockport is a north-of-Boston top-selling local brand. Despite being a small-scale contract brewer, Rockport is committed to quality, community, and unity among workers alike!The conversation kicks off with the unconventional journey of Rockport's founder and sales manager, Ray Pickup, and Tyler Johnson, with a glass of Whale Cove white ale for Jimmy. The gang continues sharing their perspective of the brewing community, emphasizing their appreciation for the local support. Ray will go on to reinstate the Rockport identity in his brand design and marketing, along with an anecdotal history of all his beers, before Tyler reveals the secrets of his top-notch salesmanship. Last but definitely not least, Ray's no-longer-hidden day job as Business Representative for International Union for Painters and Allied Trades District Council 35 and his mission to turn Rockport into the first fully union-affiliated brewery in the country. Jimmy then circles back to the difficulty of small-batch brewing, with an in-depth case study of Ray's tribute to his great grandfather — the Mcateer's Dry Irish Stout!Heritage Radio Network is a listener supported nonprofit podcast network. Support Beer Sessions Radio by becoming a member!Beer Sessions Radio is Powered by Simplecast.

Pawd Slama Jama - A University of Houston Basketball Podcast
Do the Houston Cougars have their QB of the future? Plus a wish list for Houston men's basketball

Pawd Slama Jama - A University of Houston Basketball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2022 40:41


Hosts Andy Yanez (@AYanez_5) and Da'Yon Dunlap (@DayonDunlap) talk about the two newest commitments to the University of Houston football team in QB Lucas Coley, who transferred from Arkansas, and offensive lineman Tyler Johnson, who is a Conroe native and transferred out of Texas. Then the two discuss the ongoing craze that is the NCAA men's basketball transfer portal. Yanez and Dunlap discuss what the position of need is for the men's basketball team heading into the 2022-23 season for the Cougars, and they also give their transfer portal wish list on which players they would like to see play for the scarlet red and white. Lastly, the two talked about Marcus Sasser. Should he stay or should he go? Dunlap and Yanez also talked about how long Houston should wait for him. The two also congratulate former UH women's basketball guard Eryka Sidney on signing her first professional contract to play basketball overseas. Pawd Slama Jama intro made by @Dannygleal. #GoCoogs #ForTheCity #EverythingMatters #University of Houston #GoCoogs #HoustonFootball

Chicago Sports with David Schuster
EP 75 - The Blackhawks On Ice Podcast - Featuring Alex Regula, Tyler Johnson and Derek King

Chicago Sports with David Schuster

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2022 10:15


Welcome to The Blackhawks on Ice Podcast With your Host David Schuster Show Rundown: Interviews with Alex Regula, Tyler Johnson and Derek King Follow us @Schumouse & @hockeypodnet Rate & Review on Itunes & Apple Podcast Proudly presented by The Hockey Podcast Network Draftkings.com Use Promo Code THPN for signup bonus and weekly deals up to $150 in free bets! David Schuster started out at Sports Phone — a pre-sports talk radio service fans called in to for scores and updates — but mostly is known to local fans for his reporting at WMVP-AM 1000 and the Score. Schuster's expertise is the NBA, and his annual Christmas Day interview with Bulls executive vice president John Paxson became a Score tradition. He also covered multiple Stanley Cup Winning Chicago Blackhawks NHL teams, as well as the history Chicago Cubs 2016 World Series Victory. In his own words, “I have covered 12 major sports championships in my hometown. I'm a lucky guy.” NHL Teams Anaheim Ducks Arizona Coyotes Boston Bruins Buffalo Sabres Calgary Flames Carolina Hurricanes Chicago Blackhawks Colorado Avalanche Columbus Blue Jackets Dallas Stars Detroit Red Wings Edmonton Oilers Florida Panthers Los Angeles Kings Minnesota Wild Montreal Canadiens Nashville Predators New Jersey Devils New York Islanders New York Rangers Ottawa Senators Philadelphia Flyers Pittsburgh Penguins San Jose Sharks Seattle Kraken St Louis Blues Tampa Bay Lightning Toronto Maple Leafs Vancouver Canucks Vegas Golden Knights Washington Capitals Winnipeg Jets If you or someone you know has a gambling problem, crisis counseling and referral services can be accessed by calling 1-800-GAMBLER (1-800-426-2537) (IL/IN/MI/NJ/PA/WV/WY), 1-800-NEXT STEP (AZ), 1-800-522-4700 (CO/NH), 888-789-7777/visit http://ccpg.org/chat (CT), 1-800-BETS OFF (IA), 1-877-770-STOP (7867) (LA), 877-8-HOPENY/text HOPENY (467369) (NY), visit OPGR.org (OR), call/text TN REDLINE 1-800-889-9789 (TN), or 1-888-532-3500 (VA). 21+ (18+ NH/WY). Physically present in AZ/CO/CT/IL/IN/IA/LA/MI/NH/NJ/NY/OR/ PA/TN/VA/WV/WY only. Min. $5 deposit required. Eligibility restrictions apply. See http://draftkings.com/sportsbook for details. EP 75 - The Blackhawks On Ice Podcast - Featuring Alex Regula, Tyler Johnson and Derek King

Madhouse Chicago Hockey Podcast
Alec Regula scores 1st career goal in loss to Calgary Flames

Madhouse Chicago Hockey Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2022 61:30


Alec Regula scored his first career goal and Tyler Johnson chipped in another, but the Chicago Blackhawks fell to the Calgary Flames on Monday night. Join Jay Zawaski, Mario Tirabassi and Greg Boysen as they discuss the Blackhawks' 10th loss in 11 games on the CHGO Blackhawks Live Postgame Show. SUBSCRIBE: https://www.youtube.com/c/CHGOSports WEBSITE: http://allCHGO.com/ BUY MERCH: http://CHGOLocker.com FOLLOW ON SOCIAL: Twitter: @CHGO_Sports Instagram: @CHGO_Sports GET OUR FREE NEWSLETTER: http://www.allchgo.com/newsletter Visit https://bit.ly/3sE8RMe or download the PointsBet App, make a deposit and use code “CHGO” to get 2 Risk Free Bets up to $2000, an annual CHGO membership and a free shirt! Mobile registration in Illinois is here! Athletic Greens is going to give you a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase. Just visit https://athleticgreens.com/CHGOBlackh... Visit https://stravacraftcoffee.com and use code “CHGO25” to get 25% of your order. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Mission Church
The Need For Easter | Pastor Tyler Johnson | 04.17.22

Mission Church

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 17, 2022 28:54


Listen now for a special Easter Sunday message from Pastor Tyler Johnson.

Dr. Hockey
Colorado Avalanche Announcer Peter McNab

Dr. Hockey

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 14, 2022 33:07


Arroe Collins
Charlene Amoia From Sons Of Thunder Redemption From Pure Flix

Arroe Collins

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 8, 2022 11:19


Pure Flix is proud to announce the new adventure in the "Sons of Thunder" franchise: "Sons of Thunder: Redemption," a spinoff show that follows another former member of the Devil's Hand who is righting wrongs and spreading the love of Jesus. This new show follows Jacob, fresh out of prison for crimes he committed for the biker club. But his stint behind bars was freeing for his soul because of an encounter with fan-favorite Simon. "We took this opportunity to expand the world of 'Sons of Thunder' and create a spinoff that was true to the heart of the original, but takes fans on a brand new adventure," said executive producer Anna Zielinksi. "This spinoff will focus on former Devil's Hand member, Jacob Lewis, who is fresh off a stint in prison and searching for forgiveness from those he wronged in a past life fueled by drugs and bad decisions. We're really excited to see how fans react!" Rocky Myers stars as Jacob and is joined by Charlene Amoia as Sandy; Tyler Johnson as Logan; Kristy Swanson as Linda; and Wyatt Walter as Cooper.

Arroe Collins
Charlene Amoia From Sons Of Thunder Redemption From Pure Flix

Arroe Collins

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 8, 2022 11:19


Pure Flix is proud to announce the new adventure in the "Sons of Thunder" franchise: "Sons of Thunder: Redemption," a spinoff show that follows another former member of the Devil's Hand who is righting wrongs and spreading the love of Jesus. This new show follows Jacob, fresh out of prison for crimes he committed for the biker club. But his stint behind bars was freeing for his soul because of an encounter with fan-favorite Simon. "We took this opportunity to expand the world of 'Sons of Thunder' and create a spinoff that was true to the heart of the original, but takes fans on a brand new adventure," said executive producer Anna Zielinksi. "This spinoff will focus on former Devil's Hand member, Jacob Lewis, who is fresh off a stint in prison and searching for forgiveness from those he wronged in a past life fueled by drugs and bad decisions. We're really excited to see how fans react!" Rocky Myers stars as Jacob and is joined by Charlene Amoia as Sandy; Tyler Johnson as Logan; Kristy Swanson as Linda; and Wyatt Walter as Cooper.

Faith Worship Center Weekly Sermon
2022-04-03: The Perhaps Of God [Guest Speaker Tyler Johnson]

Faith Worship Center Weekly Sermon

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 4, 2022 59:06


Tyler Johnson speaks on how every part of your life is sacred. It is crazy how many times we wait on the Lord for permission to do something, when you already have the leading and green light to move! When you are in a Gnostic mindset you don't validate your desires. It is just as valid to be lead by the Lord through your desires as it is to be lead through signs and wonders. There is so much God in the natural. Find out more about Tyler and his ministry visit www.oneglance.org and overseasmissions.org

Mission Church
This Is Our God: 1 Kings | The Cost Of Revival |Pastor Tyler Johnson | 04.03.22

Mission Church

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 4, 2022 45:54


Listen today as Pastor Tyler continues in our “This is Our God” series and talks about the cost of revival. To stay connected to what's happening at Mission Church, follow us on any of the following platforms: Instagram instagram.com/missionchurchca Podcast missionchurchca.com/watch Newsletter missionchurchca.com/updates Mission Church is a new church in the East Bay Area of California. Get more info at missionchurchca.com

Chicago Sports with David Schuster
EP 68 - The Blackhawks On Ice Podcast - Featuring Calvin de Haan, Tyler Johnson and Derek King

Chicago Sports with David Schuster

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 2, 2022 8:50


Welcome to The Blackhawks on Ice Podcast With your Host David Schuster Show Rundown: Interviews with Calvin de Haan, Tyler Johnson and Derek King  Follow us @Schumouse & @hockeypodnet Rate & Review on Itunes & Apple Podcast Proudly presented by The Hockey Podcast Network Draftkings.com Use Promo Code THPN for signup bonus and weekly deals up to $150 in free bets! David Schuster started out at Sports Phone — a pre-sports talk radio service fans called in to for scores and updates — but mostly is known to local fans for his reporting at WMVP-AM 1000 and the Score. Schuster's expertise is the NBA, and his annual Christmas Day interview with Bulls executive vice president John Paxson became a Score tradition. He also covered multiple Stanley Cup Winning Chicago Blackhawks NHL teams, as well as the history Chicago Cubs 2016 World Series Victory. In his own words, “I have covered 12 major sports championships in my hometown. I'm a lucky guy.” NHL Teams Anaheim Ducks Arizona Coyotes Boston Bruins Buffalo Sabres Calgary Flames Carolina Hurricanes Chicago Blackhawks Colorado Avalanche Columbus Blue Jackets Dallas Stars Detroit Red Wings Edmonton Oilers Florida Panthers Los Angeles Kings Minnesota Wild Montreal Canadiens Nashville Predators New Jersey Devils New York Islanders New York Rangers Ottawa Senators Philadelphia Flyers Pittsburgh Penguins San Jose Sharks Seattle Kraken St Louis Blues Tampa Bay Lightning Toronto Maple Leafs Vancouver Canucks Vegas Golden Knights Washington Capitals Winnipeg Jets EP 68 - The Blackhawks On Ice Podcast - Featuring Calvin de Haan, Tyler Johnson and Derek King 

Mission Church
This Is Our God: Judges | The God Who Breaks Cycles | Pastor Tyler Johnson | 03.27.22

Mission Church

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 29, 2022 42:53


Listen today as Pastor Tyler continues in our "This Is Our God" series and teaches through the book of Judges. To stay connected to what's happening at Mission Church, follow us on any of the following platforms: Instagram instagram.com/missionchurchca Podcast missionchurchca.com/watch Newsletter missionchurchca.com/updates Mission Church is a new church in the East Bay Area of California. Get more info at missionchurchca.com

Sun Devil Source Report: An ASU Football Podcast
ASU spring football discussion and basketball update

Sun Devil Source Report: An ASU Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 24, 2022 58:47


On this latest episode of The Sun Devil Source Report Podcast, host Ethan Ryter is joined by site publisher Chris Karpman as they discuss the latest on spring football and give an update on the end of the Sun Devil hoops season and what has happened since. Covered in this episode: - A discussion of the 15 new scholarship players that are participating in spring football practices - The quarterback battle between returning sophomore Trenton Bourguet and sophomore Alabama transfer Paul Tyson - The running back situation with returning sophomore Daniyel Ngata, senior Wyoming transfer Xazavian Valladay, and four-star recruit Tevin White among others - How the tight ends will look with the departure of Curtis Hodges - The continuing development of the wide receiver group - How the offensive line will replace the likes of Dohnovan West, Kellen Diesch, and Henry Hattis - The departures of Tyler Johnson and DJ Davidson and how Robert Rodriguez has the defensive line in good position to replace them - How the linebackers should be able to move on after the departure of Darien Butler - An update on the secondary with the departures of Chase Lucas and Jack Jones - A look back at ASU basketball's 71-70 loss to Stanford in the first round of the Pac-12 tournament - Junior forward Jalen Graham's decision to enter the transfer portal and what it means - A discussion of other transfer portal departures - What the team might look to do when building the roster for next season

Fountain Church
God Of My Weakness | Pastor Tyler Johnson

Fountain Church

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 21, 2022 43:28


God Of My Weakness | Pastor Tyler Johnson by FOUNTAIN CHURCH

The Undrafted
Davante Adams Shower Buddy

The Undrafted

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 18, 2022 90:05


This week on "The Undrafted", a fantasy football podcast focusing on dynasty game theory, Scott (@DynoGameTheory) has the one and only Chalk, (@101chalk) on as a guest. Chalk and Scott do a dynasty rankings update, a rookie mock draft, and check in on their love for OJ Howard and Tyler Johnson. Tune in or be tuned out.

ASCO eLearning Weekly Podcasts
Cancer Topics – Delivering Serious News (Part 2)

ASCO eLearning Weekly Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 16, 2022 26:50


In the second of this two-part ASCO Education Podcast episode, Drs. Stephen Berns (University of Vermont), Tyler Johnson (Stanford Medicine), and Katie Stowers (Oregon Health & Science University) continue their discussion about what it takes to deliver serious news to people with cancer effectively and compassionately. If you liked this episode, please subscribe. Learn more at https://education.asco.org, or email us at education@asco.org.   TRANSCRIPT [MUSIC PLAYING]   STEVE BURNS: Hello, and welcome to the second part of ASCO's Education Podcast focused on clinician-patient communication in the context of delivering serious news to patients and families. My name is Steve Burns. I'm an internist, hospice, and palliative care physician and associate professor of medicine at the University of Vermont College of Medicine. Once again, I'm joined by Katie Stowers, a hospice and palliative care physician and assistant professor of medicine at the Oregon Health Science University, and Tyler Johnson, a medical oncologist and clinical assistant professor of medicine at Stanford University. In our previous episode, we spoke about what constitutes serious news, the best modalities for delivering serious news particularly in the wake of COVID, who might be the best person to deliver it, and the importance of the care team as a whole. We left off on the question, how do we prepare for delivering serious news? Let's continue the conversation. [MUSIC PLAYING]   TYLER JOHNSON: Katie was talking about how we need to be realistic about the way that a conversation is going to impact us in addition to the way that it's going to impact the patient. And one thing that I have realized is that a headline, for those who maybe haven't had evals of training, is just a concise summary statement of sort of the big picture of what's going on, just like buying a newspaper article. And what I have recognized is that oftentimes, I have this almost visceral reaction against giving a headline. And if I drill down just a little bit, what I find is I don't want to give the headline because then I'm really going to have to say things the way that they are, right? If I give a five minute disquisition on creatinine and edema and chemotherapy, immunotherapy, therapeutic options and whatever, right? Then, I can just like talk a cloud around things and never actually say what it is that I'm trying to say, which then gives me the advantage of feeling like I said it, but actually sort of knowing that I never actually said it, right? And so I think the thing that the headline does is it forces me to say the thing. And then once the thing is out in the open, then we can talk about, if necessary and appropriate, some of the other nuances and whatever. But all of that is to say that often, the greatest barrier to doing that is an unwillingness to be real with myself about the information that I'm really trying to convey. KATIE STOWERS: I think this is another really great opportunity where when partners go in together, it's easier to get into the moment if you get the opportunity. Someone with a little bit of accountability, but also somebody to help you. Maybe you're able to get out the facts and they're able to tie-in the meaning. Or you end up going bigger than your headline and they're able to say, I think what you were trying to say was dah-dah-dah-dah-dah, and help really get back to that core. STEVE BURNS: It does say that we all, before we share serious news, making sure whoever you're going in with, you're on the same page. And having a pre-meeting is so important. And what I often do with my pre-meetings is I come up with the headline as the group, right? So we're all clear about what is that headline so that when we go in, we can, in some ways, also hold each other accountable for that headline. KATIE STOWERS: I think also, a little bit of who's going to say it too. Like, is that something that you feel comfortable saying, or would it be easier for somebody else to say? Are there parts of it, and then parts of it that I can do, I think, can be really helpful. TYLER JOHNSON: Yeah. It's funny, because sometimes, even though I'm pretty tuned into these things and I try really hard to do them well, I still find that there are times as a medical oncologist when the palliative care doctor who is unfailingly ever so nice and gracious about it, ends up being like the real human translator for my medical leads. So I, like, say some word cloud. And then the palliative care doctor, like Katie just said, is like, if I can say that what Dr. Johnson was trying to say right there is something in normal human English speak. And then, as soon as they do that, I'm like, oh. But that can actually be really helpful. And again, I think it's obviously not meant to slight me. It's not meant as an affront, right? It's just sometimes, it's just kind of hard to quite get there, right, and to quite say the thing. And sometimes, having someone to help. Like, you get 80% of the way there, and then having somebody else get the other 20% is really, really meaningful. And it also, in a strange way, kind of allows us to share the emotional burden a little bit, right? So that it doesn't feel like, oh my gosh, this is just me saying this thing. There's something about having other members of the team there to kind of hold your arms up as you're doing that that's really meaningful. KATIE STOWERS: I worry that part of this conversation is saying like, oh. Some people are really good at this. Some people aren't. I don't think that this is a palliative care physician's good the whole time. I think this is a normal human experience. This just happened to me. This week in clinic where my patient was like, you just told me like a five minute story of things I already know. And I still don't know any more information. And I was like, oh, that wasn't really clear at all, was it? So I mean, I think it's when our nerves pop up. When we are uncertain or unclear about what it is that we want to say or just really nervous about doing it, like, I think this is our normal human default to go back to beating around the bush. But it definitely, as Steve mentioned, is a skill that we can learn and continue to practice. And it's also really helpful to have somebody there who can hold your feet to the fire and help you in the moment. STEVE BURNS: Katie, I'm so glad you mentioned that. I just think about even for us as palliative care physicians, who do serious illness conversations all the time, catching ourselves doing some things because we are being affected by the conversation and our well-being. I remember a couple of weeks ago, how hard it was for me to say dying and death. And I know. I've been teaching my learners say the D word. It's OK. It's direct. It's straightforward. And then all of a sudden, I was in the middle of the conversation and I noticed I was struggling saying death. And so again, just to say we are human, that these conversations affect us. And having team support is so helpful in the moment. Because the chaplain who I was with said, what we're saying is we're worried that she's dying. And I was like, oh thank god. She said it. TYLER JOHNSON: And the other thing too, right, is that I think it's helpful in a sense to recognize that the difficulty with giving a headline or with saying death or dying or whatever is an impulse borne of human compassion. I mean, it's not because we're bad people. It's because we have good hearts and because short of maybe clergy members, there's really nobody else in the way that human ecosystems are set up that does this, right? It's just a hard thing to do. And recognizing that it's hard and recognizing that we ourselves are having a hard time with it, is not some failing of doctoring. I would say that actually, this is one of those weird instances where having that consistent struggle, that should be a tension that should define part of how we doctor. Because if the tension goes away, that's actually more worrisome than if the tension continues to be there, though we have to find productive ways to engage with it. STEVE BURNS: Yeah. We did a study in 2016, the Vermont Hospice Study, and similar to actually, what Cambia Health Foundation found, why people don't engage in serious illness conversations. And one of the biggest reasons was taking away hope or hurting people's feelings and in causing emotional distress. We also know with the literature that most patients, up to like 90%, 95%, want to know the truth because it helps them better make decisions. And I think we can deliver prognosis in a compassionate way. And I think practicing that in the kind and caring way that's person-centered, asking them, what do you know? Is it all right if we talk about this right now? Delivering in a headline and responding to emotion can help make that a more compassionate conversation. Although it still doesn't take away the human feeling that I'm worried I'm going to hurt someone in this conversation. TYLER JOHNSON: Almost always in my experience, patients who have metastatic disease, or for some other reason, disease that is known from the get-go to be incurable, in one of our first discussions, they will ask some version of the question of how long do I have, or what are things going to look like going down the road? There's good evidence to demonstrate, and it has also been my personal experience, that we're really bad at answering that question at the time of diagnosis, right? Because we don't know anything about the biology of the tumor, the response of chemotherapy, what the molecular markers are. There's a whole host of things that just make it so we almost always cannot answer the question accurately even if we try. And so what I will usually do is I will tell patients, I'll say, when they ask some version of that question, I'll say, look. I need you to know that, first of all, I can't answer that question right now. I'm not obfuscating. It's just, I would be lying if I gave you an answer because we just don't know. But I want to let you know that what is true is that I can usually tell when things are starting to go in the wrong direction. And unless you ask me specifically to do otherwise, I promise you, the patient, that as soon as I recognize that things are heading in a direction that I'm concerned about, I will tell you that in so many words so that you understand what I'm talking about. And then we will have a discussion about where to go from there. And then, when we get to that point, whether it's six weeks later or six months later, or sometimes six years later, I will say-- because I do this with all my patients-- I'll say, do you remember when I made you that promise way back when or a few months ago, whatever it is? And then I'll say, I hope that I'm wrong here. But I'm concerned that we may now be in that place. And I want to tell you why, and then I want to talk about where to go from there. Because that then situates this difficult discussion in the context of this relationship of trust that we've been building over however long I've known the patient. And I have found that that provides a trusting context within which to have the more difficult conversation that has been really helpful. STEVE BURNS: Noticing the time, I'm curious, how does the task of delivering bad news affect your own well-being? TYLER JOHNSON: Just to remind people, we said this before, but I just think it's important to recognize that this being a heavy thing is normal. And recognizing that is normal and that it really is-- I mean, there's some degree to which you can do this well and that will lighten the burden to some degree. But you have to make sure that you're filling your own reservoir, right? You can't pour empathy out of an empty reservoir. And so I think you have to make sure that you're filling that in whatever the ways are that you do. KATIE STOWERS: I just think I was thinking about that too, Steve. One other thing that I wanted to build off of, this fear and this worry that we bring to these conversations, that I'm going to send them into a tailspin of depression. Or I'm going to take away all of their hope. I think there is the other part of this that I get to see as a palliative care physician, which is the high degrees of distress that often come from not knowing this information, that's really helpful in preparing and planning for the future and almost this sense of relief. Even when it's unfavorable, even when it's not what they wanted to hear, there's a relief in knowing and being able to do something with it. So that limbo and uncertainty. the idea that something terrible is out there or they can't prepare for it can be really distressing. And so to some degree, we're helping to heal by being able to move into some planning. STEVE BURNS: Yeah, I totally agree that it's such an important thing to minimize the stress of uncertainty. And the other piece that I think about is these are really sacred moments where we can really connect with our patients, share the news, find out how they're doing with it, and then find out what really matters in their lives. I think that really helps be my north star when it comes to continuing the care that I'll provide for them in their families. TYLER JOHNSON: Yeah. You know, there's a really harrowing, in some ways, but beautiful moment. And many of you will probably have read the book Just Mercy, which is written by this lawyer who's fighting for justice, particularly racial justice, for people who have been unfairly treated by the justice system in the deep South. And there's this moment towards the end of the book where a person who he had been fighting for who was on death row has just finally been executed. And he goes home and sort of just collapses crying. And then he writes really beautifully about how this moment of sort of shared vulnerability, where he kind of recognized that the reason that this was so hard was because even though he was vulnerable and broken in different ways than the person who had just been executed, it was still sort of a shared sense of vulnerability. It was what made his work hard, but also what made his work beautiful. And I think that in a similar fashion, when we have these really difficult discussions, I think that while there is a real moral weight and difficulty to it, there is also just as you said, they also end up being some of the most meaningful, memorable, and beautiful moments. STEVE BURNS: As a clinician, what have you learned over the years regarding communication with patients that may help others navigate scenarios where they can deliver serious news? I was just on service with a trainee. The team was delivering serious news. It was serious news around lung cancer. And the team's like, this patient's just not getting it. And we tried to explain it over and over again. And they're not getting it. And then my trainee went in and attempted and said, yes. Here's your diagnosis. We're concerned it's incurable. And you likely will die in the next year or so. And the patient said, no. I'll be fine. So we hypothesized before going in the room with me, like, what it would be. And what it came out is maybe it's not they're not understanding it. Maybe it's emotion. So we went back in. And sure enough, my trainee did wonderful and responded to emotion and said. It must be really hard hearing this news. And the patient immediately got sad and said, I'm really scared. And we unpacked that a little bit. And when we left the room, he said to me, yeah. That was emotion. He totally gets it. He's just upset. And so I just want to reiterate the idea, sometimes, it's not that they're not understanding it. It's that it's a lot to process. And there's a lot of feelings behind it. KATIE STOWERS: Building on that, one of the things that I see happen a lot around emotion is the health system is not set for people to process and to come to terms with these hugely life things and life-altering things. There's not time for people to process what this means for their life to term and process that emotion. And we're constantly pushing. And sometimes it almost could feel like badgering, really trying to get a decision to come where, with some degree of autonomy and some degree of time, allowing them to really process. People, a lot of times, get to where they need to go. But it's a process of really being able to deal with. STEVE BURNS: Yeah. TYLER JOHNSON: Yeah, the only thing that I will add is that these conversations, when they need to happen, work best when I have been mindful of laying the groundwork for the conversation over the entire arc of the illness. Rather than thinking of, oh, this is the thing that I do right when someone is getting close to dying. Because if you've never laid the groundwork and then you try to have the discussion, then when the person is really, really sick and in the hospital or whatever, of course, there's still a better and a worse way to do that. But even the best conversation if it's that isolated incident, in my experience, is nowhere near as good as if we have been transparent and building trust and building a sort of a shared vocabulary with the patient over the course of the illness. So that then, when they get to having to have quote, "the discussion" unquote, it becomes just one part of this longer chain rather than an isolated happening. And that really gets to what I was saying earlier about the promise that I make my patients when they first ask that sort of big picture question. That even though I'm not in a good place to talk about it right then, that I promise them that when it comes time, I will talk with them about that with candor. That makes an enormous amount of difference. I know I had a trainee who was with me one time who was a continuity fellow with me and had heard me make that promise to a number of patients and the first time he was with that same patient when it came time to have that discussion. And I said, well, you remember that promise that I made the first time I met you? And he could, for the first time, see all of the dots connect over the arc of the illness. It was like, whoa. Like, there's just really this power that comes. But you have to have been building it piece by piece over time. STEVE BURNS: I think both of you are highlighting for me two reminders that I want to keep in mind every day when I'm delivering serious news. One is sort of having an agenda but being flexible with my agenda. And I remember during my training, one of my mentors said, keep your agenda out the door. Don't force your agenda on the patient, as Katie mentioned. And yet, have a plan and still go in with that plan. The other piece that Tyler, you're reminding me of, is the importance of the arc of the conversation and how continuity. Because we build off of conversations from visit to visit. And yet, sometimes, someone else is taking over for us or they end up in a hospital or they end up in a nursing home. And it reminds me how important documentation is to convey what happened in that encounter. What was said, what was the headline that was shared, how did the patient respond, and then what was the plan. And far too often, we usually just write the results of the conversation. TYLER JOHNSON: Yeah. One last thing that I want to put a specific plug in that I have found to be enormously important, I think all of us would agree that amidst all the conversations that we might have as part of taking care of a patient, this is the one where shared decision-making matters the most. And yet, if you ask most people, even experienced doctors, how do you engage in shared decision-making around this kind of question? That's really tricky, right? Because I think what often ends up happening is that we either default to being very prescriptive where we go in and say, well, you should do this or shouldn't do this. Or we default to being waiters with the menu. Like, well. OK, so would you like some intubation on the side of CPR? And so, I think that both of those models are equally problematic and that the tool, the specific tool that has helped me really learn about how to do shared decision-making and even provides the specific words, is what's called the Serious Illness Conversation Guide from the Ariadne group at Harvard, which is the group founded by Atul Gawande and his colleagues. And I think that that gives a very brief script which, I mean, you can literally almost just read. You can get a little card that you can carry in your pocket or whatever. And it gives-- and the entire conversation in most cases, takes maybe 10 or 12 minutes. But it gives you the point-by-point things to say and really allows you to meaningfully engage in shared decision-making so that you spend the first half of the conversation listening to the patient's priorities and values, and then the last maybe third of the conversation, using that to make meaningful recommendations. And so again, it's called the Serious Illness Conversation Guide. And I would really recommend to listeners that they look it up. STEVE BURNS: That's a really great segue to what training and resources are there for clinicians and oncology trainees to improve their communication skills. The three resources that I can think about are Vital Talk, the Serious Illness Conversation Program out of Harvard and Ariadne Labs, and then they have a rich program which is from the American Academy of Communication of Health Care. All three are different ways of approaching communication skills training. I always think about the Serious Illness Conversation Programs about raising the floor to make sure that we hit the basics. And then Vital Talk is if you want to flex your muscles or flex your skills when it comes to how do I respond to really intense emotion, or if someone's avoiding the conversation, what do I do? They train with raising the ceiling or their goals to raise the ceiling. And Vital Talk actually came out of oncology conversations first with OncoTalk almost 20 years ago. And really thinking about not didactic-based, but practice and skills-based training. And I certainly have found it rewarding and life-changing for me, where I could actually label the things that I do every day, give myself some feedback, and then teach my trainees. TYLER JOHNSON: And I will just add, as a medical oncologist who has both taken the Vital Talk course and now is trained and teaching Vital Talk courses, that this is not just for palliative care doctors. And I think that it is particularly-- I mean, you may not have the interest or passion to want to become a Vital Talk trainer, which is understandable if you're a medical oncologist, either a busy practice or a heavy research portfolio. But it's just to say that they offer 1 and 2 and various iterations of courses, depending on how intensely you want to study these things. But it's just to say that the skills that they teach are concrete. This is not some sort of head in the clouds theoretical exercise. I mean, they're taught very concrete skills that you can wake up the next morning and employ you in your practice. And that I think to a point that is often counterintuitive to us, I think that we are almost afraid, as oncologists, to know about this because we think, oh my gosh. I didn't have time to engage in these long discussions. There's no way. But my experience has actually been what this does at the end, is it actually makes you more efficient. I know that seems counterintuitive, but we spend so much time sort of beating around the bush around this stuff that we actually end up making ourselves take longer. And having really concrete skills for how to have these discussions can actually make your practice more efficient for things that otherwise can really eat up a lot of time. KATIE STOWERS: I do a lot of teaching in Vital Talk incentives. It sounds like both of you do as well. But the piece of feedback that I hear from trainees that come take courses-- and I do a lot with oncologists and oncology fellows as well-- is oh, these are the things that I've seen in conversations at work that I never had a name for. Like, you're putting a name on something that I've seen. And maybe I've done a couple of times, but I didn't know that I was doing it this way. And especially for my colleagues who are practicing providers who teach others, they really love having a name and a framework for being able to teach these skills to others. It's not some magic fairy dust that you either have or you don't. It's actually, here's a skill that I can pass on to you and you can practice. And I can watch for, and we can have some feedback about. And I have seen that being a really enjoyable part of doing this framework. We have that, right, for almost every other part of medicine. But because communication is something that's so innate and personal, that hasn't always been the case around communication. And so I really love that about Vital Talk, that they've taken these pieces and put names on them. Because this is how you give communication clearly, information clearly, is the headline. This is how you show someone that you care about them. These are empathic statements. And that's something that we can use as a third language when we're going into team meetings together or when we're teaching a trainee. STEVE BURNS: It's one of the most important skills that we do every day, and probably the most important procedure that we do on a regular basis in all of our fields. TYLER JOHNSON: And I think you can tell from the way that the three of us have discussed delivering a headline during this podcast, that this is not like a thing that we learned seven years ago and then just sort of left in a drawer somewhere, right? Like, this is something that we're actively thinking about as we actually take care of patients every day, which is to say that it really is very applicable. STEVE BURNS: I feel like that's the time for today. This has been a really great conversation. Thanks so much for both of your insights and participation in this episode of the ASCO Educational Podcast. KATIE STOWERS: Thanks for inviting us. It's been great to be here. TYLER JOHNSON: Thanks so much. It's been a pleasure. [MUSIC PLAYING]   SPEAKER 1: Thank you for listening to the ASCO Education Podcast. To stay up to date with the latest episodes, please click Subscribe. Let us know what you think by leaving a review. For more information, visit the comprehensive education center at Education.ASCO.org. SPEAKER 2: The purpose of this podcast is to educate and to inform. This is not a substitute for professional medical care and is not intended for use in the diagnosis or treatment of individual conditions. Guests on this podcast express their own opinions, experience, and conclusions. Guest statements on the podcast do not express the opinions of ASCO. The mention of any product, service, organization, activity, or therapy should not be construed as an ASCO endorsement.

Fearless with Mark & Amber
144. | Parental Rights Panel Discussion - Part Two

Fearless with Mark & Amber

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 16, 2022 35:06


Mark and Amber recently joined a panel discussion that happened in Indiana about Parental Rights and CRT (Critical Race Theory). Dr. Tyler Johnson hosted the event and the panel included former Indiana Attorney General, Curtis Hill; Pastor and Political Candidate, Micah Beckwith; Rhonda Miller, President of Purple for Parents Indiana; Mark and Amber Archer of Fearless Features; and Dr. Peter Scaer of Concordia Theological Seminary. Each member on the panel brings a unique perspective to what is plaguing our communities and effecting our families, values, and way of life.

Sports Day Tampa Bay
BUCS MAILBAG: Tom Brady's Return, Russell Gage Added, Jordan Whitehead and Alex Cappa Depart

Sports Day Tampa Bay

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 16, 2022 44:00


Rick Stroud answers your Buccaneers mailbag questions 100% correct including why Tom Brady came back, how the addition of Russell Gage helps the Bucs, is Tyler Johnson and Ronald Jones busts, did the Bengals tamper with Alex Cappa, will Ryan Jensen go into the Bucs Ring of Honor and how many primetime games will Bucs get this year. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Fearless with Mark & Amber
143. | Parental Rights Panel Discussion - Part One

Fearless with Mark & Amber

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 15, 2022 42:03


Mark and Amber recently joined a panel discussion that happened in Indiana about Parental Rights. Dr. Tyler Johnson hosted the event and the panel included former Indiana Attorney General, Curtis Hill; Pastor and Political Candidate, Micah Beckwith; Rhonda Miller, President of Purple for Parents Indiana; Mark and Amber Archer of Fearless Features; and Dr. Peter Scaer of Concordia Theological Seminary.

Speak of the Devils
Episode 310 - 2022 Spring Practice Preview

Speak of the Devils

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 15, 2022 88:22


Spring is in the air, and Sun Devil football is back. After a look at the results of ASU's Pro Day, we talk to two Sun Devil draft hopefuls and hometown heroes: Tyler Johnson (14:51) and D.J. Davidson (20:44). Then we look ahead to spring practices and break down the key position battles and storylines to track over the next 15 practices.

Locked On Blackhawks - Daily Podcast On The Chicago Blackhawks
Mailbag Monday, Blackhawks Top Senators 6-3, + Connor Murphy & Tyler Johnson Placed in Concussion Protocol

Locked On Blackhawks - Daily Podcast On The Chicago Blackhawks

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 14, 2022 33:36


It's another 'Mailbag Monday' on Locked On Blackhawks, as host Jack Bushman answers a question from a couple of lucky listeners LIVE on the show! But first, the Chicago Blackhawks defeated the Ottawa Senators 6-3 on Saturday, led by a vintage effort from Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane. Then, a quick update on defenseman Connor Murphy and forward Tyler Johnson, plus, a quick convo on Kane being named the NHL's first star of the week. All that and more on Locked On Blackhawks. Part of the Locked On Podcast Network. Your Team. Every Day. Scary Incident For Murphy (3:45) Hawks Comeback For 6-3 Win vs. Ottawa (6:55) Updates From Blackhawks Practice (12:25) Kane Named NHL's First Star (17:10) Mailbag Monday (21:00) Today's episode is brought to you by BetOnline. BetOnline has you covered this season with more props, odds, and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Athletic Greens is going to give you a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase. All you have to do is visit athleticgreens.com/NHLNETWORK. BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds, and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Blackhawks Talk Podcast
Kyle Davidson makes front-office changes, Dylan Strome's emergence and more

Blackhawks Talk Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 7, 2022 44:25


On the latest Blackhawks Talk Podcast, Pat Boyle and Charlie Roumeliotis recap the weekend losses to Philadelphia and Tampa Bay. Plus, they discuss GM Kyle Davidson making major changes to the front office, Dylan Strome being the most effective offensive center on Chicago's roster, why Tyler Johnson followed Jack Eichel's footsteps by undergoing artificial disc replacement surgery, and whether Jonathan Toews wants to be part of the Blackhawks' rebuild.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Temps d'arrêt - Louis Jean
«Bergevin l'a vraiment échappé celle-là»

Temps d'arrêt - Louis Jean

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 7, 2022 53:07


Les Canadiens sont méconnaissables avec sept victoires à leurs huit derniers matchs. Les jeunes joueurs commencent à prendre l'équipe en charge. Est-ce que l'heureuse séquence se poursuivra à Vancouver? Dans notre tour d'horizon de la LNH: les Maple Leafs sont-ils dans le trouble avec Jack Campbell? Qui sort finalement gagnant de l'échange Sergachev-Drouin? Tout ça et bien plus encore! Pour de l'information concernant l'utilisation de vos données personnelles - https://omnystudio.com/policies/listener/fr

Mission Church
This Is Our God: Joshua | The God Who Calls Me | Pastor Tyler Johnson | 03.06.22

Mission Church

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 7, 2022 51:06


This Is Our God: Joshua | The God Who Calls Me | Pastor Tyler Johnson | 03.06.22 by Mission Church Walnut Creek

Locked On Blackhawks - Daily Podcast On The Chicago Blackhawks
Blackhawks vs. Oilers Preview, Patrick Kane Speaks Out About Future in Chicago, + Davidson Provides More Detail On Rebuild

Locked On Blackhawks - Daily Podcast On The Chicago Blackhawks

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 3, 2022 30:41


Thursday's episode of Locked On Blackhawks begins with a FULL preview of the third and final meeting between the Chicago Blackhawks and Edmonton Oilers, plus, an update from Derek King on the status of Jonathan Toews, Tyler Johnson, Calvin de Haan, and Riley Stillman. Then, host Jack Bushman discusses Patrick Kane speaking out about his future in Chicago to the media on Wednesday. The episode concludes with a recap of GM Kyle Davidson's sitdown conversation with the Blackhawks beat writers. All that and more on Locked On Blackhawks. Part of the Locked On Podcast Network. Your Team. Every Day. Preview vs. Oilers (2:30) Multiple Blackhawks Set To Return (6:30) Fleury in Net (8:35) Kane Speaks On Future (10:15) Davidson's Convo w/ Media (17:10) BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds, and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Locked On Blackhawks - Daily Podcast On The Chicago Blackhawks
Kyle Davidson Named Next Blackhawks GM, Brian Campbell Expected To Serve Significant Role, + Toews & T. Johnson Returning On Thursday?!

Locked On Blackhawks - Daily Podcast On The Chicago Blackhawks

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 1, 2022 31:47


Tuesday's episode of Locked On Blackhawks begins with a discussion on Kyle Davidson being named the next General Manager of the Chicago Blackhawks, and whether or not he was the correct decision for the job. Then, host Jack Bushman also breaks down former Blackhawks Stanley Cup Champion defenseman Brian Campbell expected to join the front office in a significant role under Davidson. The episode concludes with all the latest updates out of Blackhawks practice on Tuesday morning, including positive news on the returns of Tyler Johnson and Jonathan Toews! All that and more on Locked On Blackhawks. Part of the Locked On Podcast Network. Your Team. Every Day. Davidson Named GM (2:05) Right Move By Blackhawks? (7:50) 'Soupy' Set To Take On Front Office Role (12:55) Toews & T. Johnson Updates (19:10) New Forward Lines (21:40) BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds, and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Dr. Hockey
Goalie Chat with Former NHL Goalie John Blue

Dr. Hockey

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 28, 2022 43:00


Is Tuukka Rask a Hall Of Famer? Who will trade for Fleury? It's GOALIES with BLUE! Dr. Jay Calvert & Dr. Jason Berkley invite back former NHL goalie John Blue to talk about the goalie movement around the league! Blue points out favorite goalies this season, Tuukka Rask's slide, will Tristan Jarry have the staying power in Pittsburgh, Rangers' Igor Shesterkin(+ Doc Emrick's pronunciation guide), good goalie tandems, who's the next big goalie, potential moves before the March 21st deadline, Fleury's movement, Carey Price, Sergei Bobrovsky, plus the guys look at this year's playoff picture and make a steak dinner bet!

Chicago TomaHawk (Podcast About The Chicago Blackhawks)
Jonathan Toews is skating, Injury Report, New Lines, and NHL News

Chicago TomaHawk (Podcast About The Chicago Blackhawks)

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 25, 2022 28:37


Blackhawks News: Blackhawks have been off and play their next game Friday night against the New Jersey Devils.( dougie Hamilton is back to push for that Stanley cup) Jonathan Toews, Tyler Johnson, Reese Johnson are skating.  It's notable that Tazer is skating which means he's progressing with his concussion symptoms.  Tyler Johnson is also very close to returning.  Reese Johnson and Riley Stillman still out Tyler Johnson had the same surgery as Jack Eichel. Notably Lankinen has been activated and his first game back but not sure when his first game will be. Jake McCabe is out with an injury and will not play against the Devils.  An apparent back injury . JuJhar Khaira underwent successful back surgery and will be out for 10-12 weeks. Bobby Hull out as ambassador.  Who could be brought on? Interim GM Kyle Davidson has been taking calls from teams about multiple Blackhawks players, including the likes of Brandon Hagel, Dominik Kubalik, Ryan Carpenter, Dylan Strome, Marc-Andre Fleury and Calvin de Haan, among others. Lines at Thursday's Practice: DeBrincat-Strome-Kane Kubalik-Reichel-Hagel Kurashev-Dach-Borgstrom Entwistle-Carpenter-Lafferty NHL News: Asking Russian players feelings on Ukraine Situation. “Ovechkin realizes even though he spends time and makes money in the U.S., the Russian security service knows where his grandma lives, knows what bank accounts he uses, knows where he keeps his dacha... if he strays off the path, they can do what they want.” NHL News -Habs win 4 in a row . Caufield red hot since coaching change . St. Louis was his idol growing up . This could be a good coaching choice for next season and it's been helping their future star pick it up .  NO CONTRACT TALKS YET BETWEEN LAINE, BLUE JACKETS Jonathan Huberdeau is matt's mvp pic so far  Pekka Rinnie jersey retired Thank you for listening! Be sure to subscribe if you can. Check out thefhn.net for NHL articles and other NHL Team Podcasts!

Mission Church
This Is Our God: Deuteronomy | The God Who Protects Me | Pastor Tyler Johnson | 2.20.22

Mission Church

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 23, 2022 50:43


Listen today as Pastor Tyler continues in our "This Is Our God" series and teaches from the book of Deuteronomy. To stay connected to what's happening at Mission Church, follow us on any of the following platforms: Instagram instagram.com/missionchurchca Podcast missionchurchca.com/watch Newsletter missionchurchca.com/updates Mission Church is a new church in the East Bay Area of California. Get more info at missionchurchca.com

Dr. Hockey
Panthers, Trade Rumors, & Neck Injuries with Bill Lindsay!

Dr. Hockey

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 23, 2022 44:35