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Cellini and Dimino
Beyond the Goatee (8-9-22)

Cellini and Dimino

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 14:14


Elton John to the Grateful Dead.  Wayne Gretzky to the Leaning Tower of Pisa.  It's another eclectic adventure as Chris Dimino takes you BEYOND THE GOATEESee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Rod Pedersen Show
CFL Players of the Week and Nathan Rourke's Excellence, PLUS: More on Wayne Gretzky Trade Anniversary, World Juniors, and a Woodbine Queen's Plate Preview with Alanna Nolan! | Hour 2 08/09

The Rod Pedersen Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 49:17


Tune in today for tournament previews, NHL talk, CFL Week 10 previews, and some NFL news as well! Plus... whatever YOU want to talk about!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Oilers NOW with Bob Stauffer
Wayne Gretzky (8/9/22)

Oilers NOW with Bob Stauffer

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 23:06


On the 34th anniversary of the trade that sent him from Edmonton to Los Angeles, the Great One joins the show to look back on the emotions, fallout and impact on the hockey world. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Rod Pedersen Show
Wayne Gretzky Trade Trade Anniversary, Who Won the Trade? Plus: We Preview the World Juniors LIVE From Rogers Place in Edmonton with Sportsnet's Gene Principe and More! | Hour 1 08/09

The Rod Pedersen Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 46:12


We are LIVE from inside Rogers Place in Edmonton, Alberta... site of the 2022 World Junior (2.0) championships! Tune in today for tournament previews, NHL talk, CFL Week 10 previews, and some NFL news as well! Plus... whatever YOU want to talk about!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Dr. Hockey
Joe Mullen!

Dr. Hockey

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 39:54


Dr. Jay Calvert & Dr. Jason Berkley chat with Hockey Hall of Famer Joe Mullen! Joe talks about his path into hockey, winning the Cup with Calgary in 89, sharing the ice with Mario Lemieux in Pittsburgh, thoughts on his former teams, coaching in the new 3-on3 league - 3ICE, and a few one-timers! Joe Mullen is the first American player to score 500 goals and to accumulate 1,000 points in his career, spending 16 seasons in the NHL before being inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2000. The undrafted right winger hoisted the Stanley Cup for two different teams, the first coming in 1989 with the Calgary Flames and two others with Pittsburgh. Mullen played with the United States National Team on several occasions, including three Canada Cup tournaments.

2 Bald Dads
14. Dad Fashion: Stugstyle

2 Bald Dads

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 45:24


Holmberg's Morning Sickness
07-26-22 - BR - TUE - Wayne Gretzky And Alan Thicke Were Friends - Hand Weakness May Indicate Heart Probs - Man Blames His Constant Farting On Ham Sandwich - BV Of Kid On Mini Bike Smashing Into Pole

Holmberg's Morning Sickness

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 23:49


Work. Shouldnt. Suck.
Journey Towards Anti-Racism Ep11: Conversation with Ted & Rooney Castle (EP.64)

Work. Shouldnt. Suck.

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 1:42


In episode eleven of the 12-part podcast series, "https://www.workshouldntsuck.co/white-men-journey (White Men & the Journey Towards Anti-Racism)," Tim interviews Ted Castle (Founder & President) and Rooney Castle (Vice President) of https://www.rhinofoods.com/ (Rhino Foods), the birthplace of the iconic cookie dough that goes into Ben & Jerry's Cookie Dough Ice Cream. This series was created to be a resource for white men who might be wrestling with questions like, “What's my role in anti-racism, equity, inclusion, and justice work as a white man with power and privilege?” and “How might my personal commitment to do this work manifest itself in the organization I help lead?” Are you new to the series? Check out https://www.workshouldntsuck.co/podcast2/ep54 (episode 54) where podcast co-hosts Lauren Ruffin and Tim Cynova introduce and frame the conversations. Download the accompanying https://drive.google.com/file/d/1YRj51JwoP5bsoqFZQa1rrQDj6QtOzODB/view?usp=sharing (study guide). And explore https://www.workshouldntsuck.co/white-men-journey (the other episodes in this series) with guests: Raphael Bemporad (Founding Partner) & Bryan Miller (Chief Financial Officer), BBMG Ron Carucci, Co-Founder & Managing Partner, Navalent David Devan, General Director & President, Opera Philadelphia Jared Fishman, Founding Executive Director, Justice Innovation Lab Jay Coen Gilbert, Co-Founder, B Lab; CEO, Imperative21 Kit Hughes, Co-Founder and CEO of Look Listen Marc Mannella, Independent Consultant, Former CEO KIPP Philadelphia Public Schools John Orr, Executive Director, Art-Reach David Reuter, Partner, LLR Sydney Skybetter, Founder, CRCI; Associate Chair & Senior Lecturer, Theatre Arts & Performance Studies Department, Brown University Want to explore related resources primarily *not* by white guys? Check out https://www.workshouldntsuck.co/white-men-journey (our compilation of 30 books, podcasts, and films). GuestsTED CASTLE is the owner and President of Rhino Foods, a certified B Corporation located in Burlington VT. Rhino employs 250+ employees and manufactures bakery style inclusions for ice cream manufacturers, and a variety of frozen desserts and snacks that are distributed in North America and Europe. Rhino Food's Purpose is to “Impact the Manner in Which Business is Done” through its Financial, Customer and Supplier, Employee, and Community Principles. Rhino Foods and Ted have been recognized for their efforts with the Hal Taussig B the Change Award from B Lab, Beta Gamma Sigma Entrepreneurial Award. Vermont Small Businessperson of the Year, by the SBA, the Terry Ahrich Award for Socially Responsible Business by Vermont Businesses for Social Responsibility, Forbes Magazine's List of Small Giants. Optimas award for vision in the workplace (past winners include UPS, Coors and 3M), Inc Magazine's Entrepreneur of the Year Award, and Special Recognition Award from the Vermont Refugee Resettlement Program. In 2018 the Rhino Foods Foundation was formed with the mission to "Spread Innovative Workplace Practices that Champion Employee Financial Stability and Make Good Business Sense" with an initial focus is to spread the Income Advance Program Rhino nationwide. Ted lives in Charlotte, Vermont with his wife Anne. Their two sons Ned and Rooney are presently living in Vermont. ROONEY CASTLE Growing up, Rooney was continuously asked if he ever planned to join the family business. Time and time again, he would answer with a definitive “no”, as it would have impeded his plans to become the next Wayne Gretzky. However, as time went by and his hopes of becoming the next “Great One” slipped away, he began to learn more about Rhino Foods. As a child, Rooney only knew it was the home of the locally famous Chessters ice cream sandwich and the birthplace of the iconic cookie dough that goes into Ben & Jerry's Cookie Dough Ice Cream. As he began to invest both time and interest in the...

Daily Fire with John Lee Dumas
Wayne Gretzky shares some DAILY FIRE

Daily Fire with John Lee Dumas

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 1:26


You miss 100% of the shots you don't take. –Wayne Gretzky Check out John Lee Dumas' award winning Podcast Entrepreneurs on Fire on your favorite podcast directory. For world class free courses and resources to help you on your Entrepreneurial journey visit EOFire.com

Dr. Hockey
Coachella Valley Firebirds Assistant Coach Jessica Campbell

Dr. Hockey

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022


Dr. Jay Calvert & Dr. Jason Berkley chat with Coachella Valley Firebirds Assistant Coach Jessica Campbell! The Firebirds are the top minor league affiliate of the NHL's Seattle Kraken, and debut as a team this fall! Jessica spent last season as an assistant and skills coach for the Nurnberg Ice Tigers of the Deutsche Eishockey Liga in Germany, and is coming off a stint as assistant coach for Germany at the 2022 IIHF Men's World Championship, becoming the first woman on the coaching staff of a men's national team at the event, and the first woman behind a bench as a full-time coach in the AHL! The docs chat with Jessica about her hockey journey!

Money Tree Investing
Lessons From The Pros: Behavioral Value Investing – Playing Offense Vs Defense With Your Investments

Money Tree Investing

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 80:06


Value investing has been in the dog house for the past 20 years. You needed an iron stomach to stick with it when it under performed for 2 decades. However, not everyone suffered.  Gary Mishuris uses "behavioral value investing" to invest better with value stocks. He looks for value where others are not. This is one of the hardest and best ways to invest in value stocks. Wayne Gretzky says skate where the puck is going to be. Gary shows us how to do that with value stocks. As value stock are coming back into favor you need to look at what is working. For more information, visit the show notes at https://moneytreepodcast.com/behavioral-value-investing-gary-mishuris Today's Panelists: Kirk Chisholm | Innovative Wealth Barbara Friedberg | Barbara Friedberg Personal Finance Megan Gorman | The Wealth Intersection   Follow on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/moneytreepodcast Follow LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/showcase/money-tree-investing-podcast Follow on Twitter: https://twitter.com/MTIPodcast

Weird Science DC Comics Podcast
Weird Indie Comic Boom Show Ep 3: The Brother of All Men, Rogue's Gallery, Canadian Beer & Wayne Gretzky

Weird Science DC Comics Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 72:21


Weird Indie Comic Boom Show Ep 3: The Brother of All Men, Rogue's Gallery, Canadian Beer & Wayne Gretzky - Me and Rocky continue our Indie Show with 2 Indie Comics which surprised us.   Check out Comic Boom - https://www.youtube.com/c/ComicBoomTube If you like what you hear, come and listen to any of our plethora of podcasts featuring Marvel, Indie and DC Comics as well as Manga, Cartoons, Movies & More! Click Here for Weird Science Links: https://campsite.bio/weirdsciencecomics Join our Patreon and help us feel loved for as little as $1/Month @ https://www.patreon.com/weirdscience   Time Stamps: 0:00:00 - The Brother of All Men #1 0:33:40 - Rogue's Gallery #1

Bleav Inside China Basin
LEGENDARY LA KINGS ANNOUNCER BOB MILLER REMINISCES ABOUT HIS 44-YEAR CAREER BEHIND THE MIC

Bleav Inside China Basin

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 34:54


Bob Miller talks about his long career with the Kings from beginning (1973) to end (2017). We get to hear stories about the Triple Crown Line, the Miracle on Manchester, Wayne Gretzky and the team finally winning its first Stanley Cup championship in 2012.

Cam & Strick Podcast
Tony DeAngelo on The Cam & Strick Podcast

Cam & Strick Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 181:03 Very Popular


On this episode, the boys are joined by NHL defenseman Tony Deangelo. Recently signed by the Philadephia Flyers, he has also spent time with the Arizona Coyotes, New York Rangers, and Carolina Hurricanes during his successful 6-year career. Tony is notorious for his outspoken nature and political views, but don't let that overshadow his elite hockey talent. Over the past 3 seasons, Deangelo ranks 8th in points per game among defensemen and has scored over 50 points in his last 2 full seasons. We get into his off-ice reputation, leaving the Rangers, his rivalry with Marchand and much more. Before the interview, the boys get into all the free agency madness including what the Red Wings & Senators are building, why Johnny Gaudreau left money on the table and much more. Free agency week brought a lot of chaos, so sit back and allow us to break it down on this edition of The Cam & Strick Podcast. Interview starts: 1:38:30 InstagramTwitterYouTubeTikTokCam & Strick WebsiteYou can also keep up with the boys on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook!Andy Strickland - Instagram | TwitterCam Janssen - Instagram | Twitter | Facebook

Not For Long Podcast - Colin Thompson
Rear Admiral - Host of Spittin' Chiclets & Barstool Sports

Not For Long Podcast - Colin Thompson

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 80:07


On this week's episode, we had some BREAKING NEWS and legendary podcast host Rear Admiral of Spittin' Chiclets! Colin and RA discussed NHL Free Agency, shared some stories with some of their guests like Wayne Gretzky, and RA informed about what's ahead for Chiclets & Barstool Sports! FUDGE!!!!! FudgeKitchens.com Get som sleep! https://getsom.com/ PROMO CODE: Colin Seat Geek! PROMO CODE: COLINTHOMPSON

The Bill Simmons Podcast: The Interviews
Bill Burr | January 2017

The Bill Simmons Podcast: The Interviews

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 71:33


January 2017: Burr and Bill discuss the joys of parenthood, Wayne Gretzky's interview style, the "Big Bad Bruins," 2017 NBA rivalries, the Mount Rushmore of TV actors, Lakers fans claiming Minneapolis titles, the Belichick-Brady era, Michael Jackson's impact on the Pats' ownership, PED usage in sports, Super Bowl LI, and Derek Jeter's majesty. Host: Bill Simmons Guest: Bill Burr Production Support: Steve Ceruti, Ben Cruz, Tim Angan and Garrett Gonzales Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Joe Benigno and Evan Roberts
Wayne & Zach, Liking Posts & A Bronx Tale

Joe Benigno and Evan Roberts

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 30:16


Hour 3: Wayne Gretzky was in Idaho and took a pic with Zach Wilson. Speaking of Zach, his Instagram post today has the internet going crazy. And how do you pronounce one of the main character in a Bronx Tale?

ASCO eLearning Weekly Podcasts
Cancer Topics - Career Paths in Oncology (Part 2)

ASCO eLearning Weekly Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 20:46


In part two of this two-part ASCO Education podcast episode, host Dr. Jeremy Cetnar (Oregon Health & Science University) continues the conversation with Drs. Lauren Abrey and Jason Faris, whose careers have criss-crossed academia and industry. They share words of advice for trainees today. If you liked this episode, please subscribe. Learn more at https://education.asco.org, or email us at education@asco.org. TRANSCRIPT Dr. Jeremy Cetnar: Hello, and welcome to Part 2 of the ASCO Educational Podcast episode focused on career choices and transitions. My name is Jeremy Cetnar. I'm a Medical Oncologist and Associate Professor of medicine at Oregon Health and Science University in Portland. In Part 1, Dr. Lauren Abrey and Dr. Jason Faris about their motivations for pursuing medicine, and how they arrived at the different positions they've had. Today, we'll further explore career fulfillment, maximizing impact on patient care, and differences between working in academia and industry. Dr. Faris, what have you learned from the different roles you have had, and what aspects of your current work do you find most rewarding? Dr. Jason Faris: So, there's a lot to discuss here. In my academic and patient care roles, I felt extremely privileged to forge strong bonds with patients and their families, to offer support, counseling and hope in the context of making really difficult, challenging decisions... to rejoice in the individual victories, whether that was clean scans and normal tumor markers after adjuvant therapy for Stage III colon cancer, using the neoadjuvant therapy in locally advanced pancreatic cancer and watching them go to resection, helping to maintain quality of life by addressing key symptoms that a cancer patient unfortunately must endure, and providing emotional support when things do not go as hoped. Whereas the latter times in GI cancer patients are unfortunately all too common. And the moments or clinic visits where the cancer has recurred, or the treatments aren't working really do take their emotional toll on clinicians. I'll just say I took many of those losses personally. And as a general rule in medicine, I tend to wear my heart on my sleeve, which can be a mixed blessing. But that shared sense of purpose and the many times where you were able to offer something meaningful to patients and families provided real fulfillment and joy. I think at the time of the two transitions I've had, this was fundamentally the most difficult part for me, which was relinquishing these direct patient care interactions. So, another highly rewarding part of my role in academia was working with colleagues to open clinical trials or conduct clinical research. I had opportunities to be mentored by or collaborate with multiple people Ted Hong, Dave Ryan, Chin Wu, Jeff Clark, David Ting, and others at Mass General, as well as Lionel Lewis, Konstantin Dragnev, and Steve Leach at Dartmouth. Treating patients on clinical trials was always a stressful enterprise but highly rewarding, and I had the chance to be part of some really amazing groundbreaking trials at MGH, in some cases witnessing breathtaking responses in patients who were out of treatment options, in some cases for many months. Another highly rewarding aspect of my role in academia or my roles in academia involved all of the many opportunities to engage in teaching and mentoring, whether that's with medical students, residents, or fellows, where the enthusiasm for helping patients and learning was always infectious. Finally, I'd be remiss not to mention the wonderful nurse practitioners that I've worked with like Patty Tammaro at Mass General, with whom I cared for many GI cancer patients for years, and Elizabeth McGrath at Dartmouth, whose wisdom and dedication to patient care was really inspiring. On the industry side, on the NIBR side, I've had the opportunity to work on novel therapeutics that are making a bench to bedside transition from a drug candidate to a first in human Phase 1 trial, which to me is a thrilling, complex, and highly fulfilling endeavor that contributes critical knowledge to advance the field. And in the best of cases, identifies therapies that has the potential, that have the potential to alter the prognosis for thousands of future patients. As a clinician or clinical investigators, those times where your patients are responding to their treatment, whether it's on or off a clinical trial are wonderful and so incredibly rewarding. And I would argue that there's a similar phenomenon in running trials in industry, where there's nothing quite as magical as having a cadre of patients who had run out of treatment options, enrolled to a clinical trial designed based on compelling science, go on to experience sustained and significant responses. I absolutely love the commitment to patients and to follow the science, the collaborations among our teams, and interactions with our academic colleagues which I really treasure. I'm part of a team whose responsibility is to ensure the development of a clinical protocol to safely evaluate the potential of that therapeutic, carefully monitor for adverse events, evaluate the emerging pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic data, and most fulfilling of all, begin to observe responses in patients whose cancers had progressed on standard of care therapies. So I think the chance to have an opportunity to explore new therapeutics that might impact the eventual treatment of thousands of people with cancer is what keeps me engaged and fulfilled. It's been a wonderful opportunity and applies the clinical skills and patient focus from my prior roles and combines this with the resources and expert teams to run and analyze clinical trials. Dr. Jeremy Cetnar: If I can opine a little bit and ask you guys some philosophical questions. I think what I'm hearing today and what I've heard from other folks who have made that transition is that in industry versus academics, you work in a team, and you're evaluated as a team. And that's very different than in academics. You're very much rewarded for, whether it's patient volume or number of papers or leadership. That seems to me like a very big difference in terms of academic versus industry. And I'm wondering if you guys can comment on that a little bit more. Then you guys also mentioned, at least you just mentioned this, Dr. Faris, is that some will also say that when you go into industry, you're able to just impact a much bigger population of folks rather than typically in an academic setting where you are working one on one with patients. And yes, you have your IETs and whatnot, but there's just a bigger vision. Would you say that those are two accurate differences that are fairly significant, Dr. Abrey? Dr. Lauren Abrey: Yes. You are certainly part of a team. But I think if we're honest, you're part of a team when you're in the hospital. So I ran the team of research nurses. I ran the fellowship program. I needed people to manage the patients who were in-patient and to help me look after the clinical trial conduct paperwork, etc. and so I think that does translate into the setup that you find when you move to industry. It may be a little bit that your personal success, and industry can get very sometimes focused on metrics, like what have you contributed? What has the team been successful? So you do need to think about how to set yourself up for success. If you're leading the team, how do you set the team up for success? To me, that doesn't feel terribly different than academic medicine, but I could see where it could be a change depending on what your role was in the academic world. So I think that's reasonable. The other part of what you said, I struggle with that sometimes. I feel like we tell ourselves, that we're impacting more patients. And I think that's true. If we get a drug approved, and potentially that drug is used, not only in the US, but across western countries, in Europe, potentially in China, you get a sense of that. But it's like how do you feel that? You feel the story of an individual patient. Sensing the scale can be hard. News media know this well. They often tell the story of a particular person in the Ukraine right now to try to help us understand the scale of the war, because otherwise, it's a little impossible to digest. So for me, that doesn't always resonate. I think it resonates when I go out and talk to the different physicians practicing in different parts of the world. And I think that has been an incredibly eye-opening experience for me being in the global organization, is seeing the impact well beyond the US, because I think most companies are very indexed on the US. And we understand US practice well, but I think understanding the impact we can have across the world is also really inspiring, humbling, challenging, and something I think we all have to contend with because it's not the same everywhere. So yes, no, and in between, that's where philosophical lives, so thank you. Dr. Jeremy Cetnar: Yeah. Well, that's a fascinating perspective, the international perspective. Very interesting. Dr. Faris, how about you? Dr. Jason Faris: I completely agree with Lauren. I think on the team question, I definitely feel like we worked on teams in academia as well, whether we're talking about the multidisciplinary groups that are needed to take care of GI cancer patients, which always involves multiple specialties. I think at MGH, in particular, we would tend to go see the patient as a group, which is a bit unusual, to try to get everyone's schedules aligned, to be able to go into the room together. But it really presented an opportunity for the patient and the families to ask questions of us as a group and hear any disagreement that's in the room between the providers right there. There's absolutely a ton of teamwork that goes into taking care of patients. But what you were alluding to, I think, is also right, which is your promotion, your opportunities for advancement are sometimes couched on or developed from accomplishments on the individual side. And I would say more so than is true in industry. I think that's correct as well. I mean, certainly there are multidisciplinary grants that I was a part of, of course, publications that had multiple authors to which I was a contributing author. Sometimes I was first or last author, sometimes I was in the middle, but contributing to the paper. So there was teamwork there, but no question that there's an element of individual accomplishment. How many first- and last-author publications do you have? What's the grant situation look like in terms of ability to supplement the RVUs that you need to generate your clinical…? There's no question that there's an element of that that's not a present to the same degree in an industry role. And I just wanted to speak to the impact side, because I also agree with what Lauren said here. I think the idea and the hope is that in industry, we have an opportunity to potentially affect the lives of many, many, many patients, thousands of patients potentially, with a given cancer type if a new therapy is a homerun and takes off and is approved. That's a huge draw and I think something that motivates all of us is to be a part of something like that. But of course, not every drug, far from it, unfortunately, is going to end up as an approved drug that impacts thousands of patients. So I think it requires some recognition of that fact and patience and continuing to work on multiple projects, and always under the prism of doing the right thing for the patients while those trials are open. And I think that's the key, as well as working on scientifically exciting projects, really proud to say in NIBR that we follow the science. If there's an indication to be explored, based on the science, it may not be the most common indication in cancer, but if the science leads us to that place, that's what we work on. I think that decision making gets tougher, obviously, as you move through the system into a later stage, more commercially informed decision. But I think and certainly on the early phase trials side, that's something that's really exciting. I think on the academic side, taking direct care of patients, you have incredible impact on individual patients, and there's a lot of individual patients. I think you have tremendous opportunity for impact there as well, and your impact can be measured by those that you mentor and teach as well, the committees that you serve on influencing other trials that may be open at your institution. So I would in no way suggest that the impact is less in academia. I don't think that's true at all. I think it's just a different approach. And it is true that if you're lucky enough to work on a program in industry that ends up being an approved drug, you can help thousands of future patients or your team has helped thousands of future patients. That's also true when you're on the academic setting, serving as a PI, contributing safety data and efficacy data, really giving the best information back to the sponsor that you can or maybe you're running your own investigator-initiated study that can change a standard of care down the road. So that's the homerun. That's kind of the Grand Slam of situations that might develop as a medical oncologist on either side of the divide. Dr. Jeremy Cetnar: Thank you. I'd like to shift gears just a little bit and ask you, for people who are deciding for a transition in their career, what are some characteristics or skills or other attributes that you think would make one successful in industry? What are some things that are really, really important to be successful? And that might be different than in an academic situation or not? I'm not sure. And maybe that's another question is, you know, what are some of the things that make people successful in a career in industry? Dr. Abrey? Dr. Lauren Abrey: So I think there are so many things that you can do in industry that depending on what your strength is, I think you have the opportunity to play to that. So again, I think if you are very entrenched in the science, and that is really what makes you want to get out of bed in the morning, being in the early research group, whether it's Novartis, Roche, other companies or small biotech, you can really dig in and spend time thinking and contributing in incredible ways. And if you're the person who is much more interested, perhaps in finding out, what's influencing the patterns of care and why people are using certain drugs or certain treatment paradigms, you could absolutely work on the absolute other end and work in medical affairs and be the person who's out there, who's the critical partner to whether folks at MGH, OHSU, major cancer centers around the world, to figure out how do we bring those two together. And I think the group in the middle typically, like the drug development group that's getting the approval, so running the large Phase 3 studies, that requires people who are in it a little bit for the long haul. Those tend to be large studies. They run over several years, you're constantly looking at the incoming data, and yet you're blind to the results. So you have to be pretty diligent while you're in that space and willing to just buckle down and work hard. But I think there are things for everyone. And I think it's a little bit similar to what I discovered when you went into medicine. Not everybody's going to be a cardiothoracic surgeon. Only a few of us end up in this weird oncology space. But I think it does give you the chance to reinvent yourself and explore a few things. So I wouldn't say you have to have something. I think probably what you should do is talk to a lot of people. I think people make a lot of assumptions about what a change to a career in industry is or means. And you probably don't know what you don't know. So call people like me or Jason or someone who's done it and talk to people, because I think that's probably the best way you can make an informed choice. Dr. Jeremy Cetnar: What do you think, Dr. Faris? Dr. Jason Faris: Can I offer some advice? So are we in this kind of advice section? Dr. Jeremy Cetnar: Absolutely. Please do. Dr. Jason Faris: Yeah. So I would say my advice to oncology trainees would be to keep an open mind and stay flexible. I've got a Wayne Gretzky quote that I'd like to bring into this here, which is 'You miss 100% of the shots that you never take'. And I feel like I've probably taken that flexibility to a bit of an extreme with my career path and transitions. But ultimately, it's really enabled me to experience diverse career opportunities that I might otherwise not have had the chance to really experience. I think sometimes there can be assumptions or negative stereotypes about moves from academia to industry. But my own personal experience, now twice, at NIBR has been overwhelmingly positive. I've learned a tremendous amount from both environments, which I think provides me with a different perspective on design, conduct, and analysis of clinical trials and allows me to bring a patient-centric view into clearer focus in my industry role. I think it's also really critical to recognize that there are significant stressors and positives to each of these career paths. And they're not necessarily one way. I know multiple colleagues who have made a transition from academia to industry. Other colleagues like me who did return to clinical practice in a clinical investigator role or returning from industry to an academic lab, I've seen that happen multiple times, and multiple colleagues, of course, that have transitioned to other industry roles. So regardless of which path someone ultimately pursues, the real critical thing to me is to remember what brought us to medical school in the first place, which is a commitment and focus to patients above all else. I believe this can be achieved in many career options, direct patient care, teaching and mentoring, clinical investigator roles in the academic setting, or in industry by collaborating with academic colleagues and patient groups, focusing on programs that have high potential to advance treatment options for diseases with high unmet medical need. I happen to think GI cancers are the poster child for that, but you know, I'm a bit biased, and designing trials that are as patient-centric as possible. So that's the kind of advice that I would offer to people is not to think of these as mutually exclusive or there's only one way forward or if I make this decision, it's irreversible. I don't think any of those things are true. And I feel like I'm living proof. Dr. Jeremy Cetnar: Dr. Abrey, back to you. Any advice? Dr. Lauren Abrey: I can only agree with Jason, and I know a number of people who've gone in both directions, including some who have been in pharma for quite a long time, and then make a decision to go back to patient care. Sometimes, I'm going to say, like as a final career chapter, but it has been a bit like that, including in countries where it's quite difficult to return to practice, that they need to go back and redo some training. So I think, move forward, do things that make you want to get out of bed in the morning, and that probably will change over the course of your career. But I think don't be afraid to try something because the worst thing that could happen—that's always a good question to ask yourself, right? What is the worst thing that could happen? If it doesn't work out, you can probably make another choice. I also think you should, you know, I already said talk to lots of people. But pay attention to that network that you have and nurture it, cultivate it, because some of those people in your network might become mentors at some point, might become advocates or sponsors at some point. And always, always, always take the opportunity to mentor somebody else, including if you're young, do some reverse mentoring. I have gotten some of my best mentoring from somebody that I agreed to mentor, but he really ended up reverse mentoring me. And he's actually now leading a very small biotech and you could argue has leapfrogged part of my career. And that's a fantastic dialogue that I get to have. So, great fun. We only go around this once. So have some fun while you're doing good things, too. Dr. Jeremy Cetnar: Ain't that the truth? And I'll tell you, this is a small world. It does feel like the more people you talk to, all of a sudden, we all are connected. And so I just want to thank you, Dr. Abrey, Dr. Faris, for your time today, for your perspective, your interesting stories. And to all the listeners, we appreciate you tuning into this episode of the ASCO Education podcast. Dr. Jason Faris: Thank you very much.   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. 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.  

The Broadway Hat Podcast
Ep. 87- Eddie Mio

The Broadway Hat Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 97:47


Busy week for the Rangers. After a draft-day trade of Alexandar Georgiev, the Rangers ended up with 6 picks in the 2022 NHL Draft. We talk about the Rangers selections and give a little background on each player. Kakko was offered a Qualifying Offer as we wait for his new contract. Free Agency rumors along with Patrick Kane rumors surround the Rangers. This week's guest is former Rangers goalie Eddie Mio. Eddie is one of the best storytellers and he tells some good ones from his career. He also talks about his best friend Wayne Gretzky and tells great stories about him, including the famous WHA trade.

The Cigar Dungeon Podcast
Ep.275 Henry Clay Stalk Cut, Wayne Gretzky Red Cask & Ranker.com The best TV shows returning in 2022

The Cigar Dungeon Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 9, 2022 95:13


This podcast we smoke Henry Clay Stalk Cut, drink Wayne Gretzky Red Cask Whiskey & Ranker.com best TV shows returning in 2022 , along with our typical sophomoric behavior.   Follow @TheCigarDungeon  On twitter/Instagram/facebook   Follow @WarPigsSC On twitter/Instagram/facebook  Join the War Pigs Social Club closed facebook group and get your free club patch.

The GreatBase Tennis Podcast
Routines

The GreatBase Tennis Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 68:09 Very Popular


On the 99th episode of the GreatBase Tennis podcast, Steve Smith and Malhar Patel address a topic that made Wayne Gretzky, Wayne Gretzky. We realize there are few from the world of tennis who don't know 99 was Wayne's number when he was breaking over 60 records in the best hockey league on the planet.Under the guidance of his father, Walter, Wayne completed routine after routine on their back yard rink (Wally's Coliseum). Hockey players find ways to work on hockey skills in their basement, driveway and the street in front of their home. From our experiences, most tennis players do not have "at home" tennis routines.

Locked On Capitals - Daily Podcast On The Washington Capitals
Season in review for Alex Ovechkin of the Washington Capitals

Locked On Capitals - Daily Podcast On The Washington Capitals

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 37:06


In this episode Dan Holmi review's Alex Ovechkin season and career. Some players lose their edge as they get older. That doesn't seem to be the case with Alex Ovechkin. At the start of the 22-22 season, Ovechkin scored his 730th career goal, which him at sixth on the NHL's All-Time great's list, first among active NHL players, and the most by any player in Washington Capitals history. During the season, he passed Dionne (731),  Hull (741), and  Jagr (766) on the All-Time list. He curently ranks third on the NHL's All-Time list. By scoring 50 goals during the 21-22 season this was the 16th season for Ovi to score 30 or more goals, second most in NHL history, only behind Gartner (17). It was the twelfth season for him to score at least 40 goals, which tied him with Wayne Gretzky for most in NHL history. It was the ninth season for him to score at least 50 goals which tied him with Mike Bossy and Wayne Gretzky for the most in NHL history. It was his 17th season of scoring 20 or more goals and the 17th consecutive season he's done that.  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. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! 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. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Center of Attention
TRAILER: Far End of the Bench Episode 99

Center of Attention

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 1:16


Well I guess you can call us Wayne Gretzky. Holy crap how do people still listen to us nearly 100 episodes later. But here we are and we have another episode for you! Back to just one time a week, Niko and Jimmy look at the landscape of #NCAA football as UCLA and USC look to be leaving the #PAC12, The #NFL and what they think should be the punishment should be for Deshaun Watson. Then they discuss the #NBA and #NHL off-season before getting into Start, Bench, Cut. We are so grateful for everyone who has listened to us so far, for two buddies from #Colorado to now be approaching triple digit podcast episodes and almost 2-years it is not possible without our bench warmers listening to us each week! We love you all! #Follow on #ApplePodcasts here: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/far-end-of-the-bench-with-jimmy-pallotto-and-niko-bryant/id1493003669 #Follow on #Spotify here: https://open.spotify.com/show/6iQl62c4WQujFaiVHPzgm6?si=9939f84e52654d3f #Follow on #Twitter here: The Far End of The Bench Podcast (@FeOTBpod) / Twitter #Follow on #Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/feotbpod/ #Follow on #TikTok here: https://www.tiktok.com/@feotbpod?lang=en #Subscribe on #Youtube here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZW9_VZLTLlkLLBHla63Jvw --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/far-end-of-the-bench/support

Center of Attention
Far End of the Bench Episode 99

Center of Attention

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 98:23


Well I guess you can call us Wayne Gretzky. Holy crap how do people still listen to us nearly 100 episodes later. But here we are and we have another episode for you! Back to just one time a week, Niko and Jimmy look at the landscape of #NCAA football as UCLA and USC look to be leaving the #PAC12, The #NFL and what they think should be the punishment should be for Deshaun Watson. Then they discuss the #NBA and #NHL off-season before getting into Start, Bench, Cut. We are so grateful for everyone who has listened to us so far, for two buddies from #Colorado to now be approaching triple digit podcast episodes and almost 2-years it is not possible without our bench warmers listening to us each week! We love you all! #Follow on #ApplePodcasts here: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/far-end-of-the-bench-with-jimmy-pallotto-and-niko-bryant/id1493003669 #Follow on #Spotify here: https://open.spotify.com/show/6iQl62c4WQujFaiVHPzgm6?si=9939f84e52654d3f #Follow on #Twitter here: The Far End of The Bench Podcast (@FeOTBpod) / Twitter #Follow on #Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/feotbpod/ #Follow on #TikTok here: https://www.tiktok.com/@feotbpod?lang=en #Subscribe on #Youtube here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZW9_VZLTLlkLLBHla63Jvw --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/far-end-of-the-bench/support

Love Hate Relationship
The Arizona Coyotes, Method Acting Misuse, Christina Crawford (Mommie Dearest)

Love Hate Relationship

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 86:11


Love: The Arizona Coyotes Andy gets his schadenfreude on and spends his Love segment dunking on what he argues is the most sad-sack sports franchise in history, the Arizona Coyotes. He dives into their tremendous losing record, the hilarity of their presence in a desert state, and how they even marred Wayne Gretzky's legacy for …

Daily Fire with John Lee Dumas
Wayne Gretzky shares some DAILY FIRE

Daily Fire with John Lee Dumas

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 1:26


You miss 100% of the shots you don't take. –Wayne Gretzky Check out John Lee Dumas' award winning Podcast Entrepreneurs on Fire on your favorite podcast directory. For world class free courses and resources to help you on your Entrepreneurial journey visit EOFire.com

The Ben Maller Show
The Fifth Hour: Joey Chestnut, the World's Greatest Eater!

The Ben Maller Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 27:43


Joey Chestnut takes a bite out of the Fifth Hour Podcast. Joey is the Michael Jordan, Tom Brady, Wayne Gretzky, and Babe Ruth of his sport. He is bonafide and certified as the World's Greatest Eater! Testing the limits of athletic performance. If he was a horse, he'd be Secretariat at the Belmont Stakes. “Jaws” is a 14x Nathan's Hot Dog Eating Contest Champion Joey has just about every record known to man for eating. Including 76 hot dogs and buns in 10 minutes at the Nathan's contest. 12 lbs of deep-fried asparagus in 10 minutes, 118 Jalapeño Poppers in 10 minutes, and on and on. Chestnut takes us behind the scenes to explain how he prepares his body for the extreme limits of gluttony, answers if his skills are nature vs. nurture, and the biggest celebrity who's a fan of his. You'll be surprised to find out that Chestnut and Big Ben have something in common. You can follow Joey on his website JoeyChestnut.comand watch him at eating events around the country. Follow Danny G Radio on Twitter @DannyGradio, Follow Big Ben on Twitter @BenMaller, and listen to the original "Ben Maller Show," Monday-Friday on 450+ terrestrial Fox Sports Radio affiliates, iHeart stream, and SiriusXM Radio channel 83, 2a-6a ET, 11p-3a PT! #BenMaller #FSRWeekends  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Fox Sports Radio Weekends
The Fifth Hour: Joey Chestnut, the World's Greatest Eater!

Fox Sports Radio Weekends

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 27:43


Joey Chestnut takes a bite out of the Fifth Hour Podcast. Joey is the Michael Jordan, Tom Brady, Wayne Gretzky, and Babe Ruth of his sport. He is bonafide and certified as the World's Greatest Eater! Testing the limits of athletic performance. If he was a horse, he'd be Secretariat at the Belmont Stakes. “Jaws” is a 14x Nathan's Hot Dog Eating Contest Champion Joey has just about every record known to man for eating. Including 76 hot dogs and buns in 10 minutes at the Nathan's contest. 12 lbs of deep-fried asparagus in 10 minutes, 118 Jalapeño Poppers in 10 minutes, and on and on. Chestnut takes us behind the scenes to explain how he prepares his body for the extreme limits of gluttony, answers if his skills are nature vs. nurture, and the biggest celebrity who's a fan of his. You'll be surprised to find out that Chestnut and Big Ben have something in common. You can follow Joey on his website JoeyChestnut.comand watch him at eating events around the country. Follow Danny G Radio on Twitter @DannyGradio, Follow Big Ben on Twitter @BenMaller, and listen to the original "Ben Maller Show," Monday-Friday on 450+ terrestrial Fox Sports Radio affiliates, iHeart stream, and SiriusXM Radio channel 83, 2a-6a ET, 11p-3a PT! #BenMaller #FSRWeekends  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Fifth Hour with Ben Maller
The Fifth Hour: Joey Chestnut, the World's Greatest Eater!

The Fifth Hour with Ben Maller

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 27:43


Joey Chestnut takes a bite out of the Fifth Hour Podcast. Joey is the Michael Jordan, Tom Brady, Wayne Gretzky, and Babe Ruth of his sport. He is bonafide and certified as the World's Greatest Eater! Testing the limits of athletic performance. If he was a horse, he'd be Secretariat at the Belmont Stakes. “Jaws” is a 14x Nathan's Hot Dog Eating Contest Champion Joey has just about every record known to man for eating. Including 76 hot dogs and buns in 10 minutes at the Nathan's contest. 12 lbs of deep-fried asparagus in 10 minutes, 118 Jalapeño Poppers in 10 minutes, and on and on. Chestnut takes us behind the scenes to explain how he prepares his body for the extreme limits of gluttony, answers if his skills are nature vs. nurture, and the biggest celebrity who's a fan of his. You'll be surprised to find out that Chestnut and Big Ben have something in common. You can follow Joey on his website JoeyChestnut.comand watch him at eating events around the country. Follow Danny G Radio on Twitter @DannyGradio, Follow Big Ben on Twitter @BenMaller, and listen to the original "Ben Maller Show," Monday-Friday on 450+ terrestrial Fox Sports Radio affiliates, iHeart stream, and SiriusXM Radio channel 83, 2a-6a ET, 11p-3a PT! #BenMaller #FSRWeekends  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Sultans of Soil
EP 13 - The Broiler Room w/ Aaron Hedge

Sultans of Soil

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 68:16


Dr. S. Aaron Hedge, PhD joins us in the studio to talk about ag economics. Aaron is Chair and Professor of Economics at California State University Bakersfield. The department oversees degree programs in Agricultural Business, Economics and Environmental Resource Management. After receiving his PhD in Agricultural Economics from North Carolina State University in Raleigh, NC and spending a couple of years in Pennsylvania State University, Aaron moved to Bakersfield in 2003. Among his many service contributions to the university, he is most proud of starting the BS degree in Agricultural Business, which continues to grow with the help of the community. During our conversation, we cover topics like farm inflation, changes in generational farming, almonds, pistachios, vanilla beans, oats, wheat, bourbon whiskey, and Wayne Gretzky. Join us while we sit back with Aaron Hedge and get a little bit smarter this week!     

The Lead
Hockey's Baby-Faced Assassin: The Rise Of Cale Makar

The Lead

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 17:50


On Sunday night, the Colorado Avalanche hoisted the Stanley Cup for the first time in 21 years, and just the third time in team history. And the unanimous winner of the Conn Smythe trophy as playoff MVP was their superstar defenseman, Cale Makar. In fact, Makar was so dominant during the playoffs that The Great One himself, Wayne Gretzky, compared him to the legendary Bobby Orr. Today, The Athletic's Peter Baugh joins us to discuss how Makar went from a 125-pound, baby-faced kid who was often mistaken for someone's little brother to arguably the top defenseman in a generation -- all at age 23. Plus, with Makar's Colorado Avalanche now Stanley Cup champions, are they poised to become a dynasty?Read Peter Baugh's full story about Cale Makar's rise:https://theathletic.com/3374456/2022/06/21/cale-makar-avalanche-brooks-bandits/See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Locked On Coyotes Podcast - Daily Coverage of Arizona Hockey
What if... Blake Wheeler didn't refuse to sign with the Phoenix Coyotes?

Locked On Coyotes Podcast - Daily Coverage of Arizona Hockey

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 34:00


It's another episode of the Locked On Coyotes "What If" series. On today's episode Robyn and Carl travel all the way back to 2008, Blake Wheeler, drafted 5th overall in the 2004 NHL Entry draft by the Phoenix Coyotes, is due up to sign his entry level contract. In this universe, Wheeler refused, opted for free agency, and signed his ELC with the Boston Bruins, and was then traded to the Atlanta Thrashers before its expiration. So today, let's take a look at an alternate Universe... a universe where Blake Wheeler walked into GM Don Maloney's office with his signed ELC in his hands. He has joined the Phoenix Coyotes and will play for head coach Wayne Gretzky.... How different would both his career path and Phoenix/Arizona's franchise trajectory have changed if this was the case? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Suspendables
#157: Our Special Guest...Former NHL Defenceman JASON YORK!

The Suspendables

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 65:32


We're joined in this one by former NHL defenceman Jason York. Yorky talks about owning and coaching a junior hockey team and the difference in today's players. He discusses his own junior OHL career which started out badly due to the toxic environment fostered by former coach Bill LaForge. He talks about getting passed over in the NHL draft twice...and then almost a third time! Yorky chimes in on Colorado's Stanley Cup victory over Tampa. He reacts to his former teammate Daniel Alfredsson who makes the Hall of Fame and Luke Richardson getting the head coaching gig in Chicago.

Missin' Curfew
107. Legendary Flow and the '93 No Call with Kerry Fraser

Missin' Curfew

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 100:01 Very Popular


The Stanley Cup Final is heating up and we have a jam packed show for you full of National League content! The fellas are joined by a legendary NHL Referee with 261 playoff games and 12 Stanley Cup games under his belt, Kerry Fraser! Kerry joins the show to breakdown his controversial no call on Wayne Gretzky's high stick, the player vs referee relationship, refereeing the Stanley Cup, and his foundation called Sole 2 Soul. Then we have another edition of “Who the F@ck is Larry Flowers!?” The man himself joins us live in the studio to discuss his Flyers hiring Torts and some of the best chirps he's heard from Missin Curfew fans. But first, the fellas got some NHL news to snap around: - Missin Curfew Game 2 Watch Party - Brooke Koepka Joining the LIV Tour- NHL Coaching Carousel - Jimmy Scoops Rumor Mill - Breaking down the Stanley Cup Final- And much more!!Show Notes & Episode Webpage: https://missincurfew.com/episodes/kerryfraserDraft Kings disclaimer: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+ WY). Physically present in AZ/CO/CT/IL/IN/IA/LA/MI/ /NJ/NY/ PA/TN/VA/WV/WY only. Min. $5 deposit required. Eligibility restrictions apply. See http://draftkings.com/sportsbook for details.

Missin' Curfew
106. Stanley Cup Finals and The Great One with 99 Himself

Missin' Curfew

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 125:17 Very Popular


We have officially made it! The teams are set for the Stanley Cup Finals and the fellas are excited to get in studio and break it all down. We have a special interview today, with the legend himself, some call him “The Great One” others call him #99, Wayne Gretzky! (@WayneGretzky) Gretz joins the show to breakdown his time coaching a young Updogg, new school vs old school hockey, Edmonton fans and more! But first the fellas have some topics to snap around:- LIV Tour vs PGA- The Connor McDavid Incident- Silencing the Crowd on the Road - The Rumor Mill - Stanley Cup Predictions - And much more!Show Notes & Episode Webpage: https://missincurfew.com/episodes/waynegretzkyDraft Kings disclaimer: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+ WY). Physically present in AZ/CO/CT/IL/IN/IA/LA/MI/ /NJ/NY/ PA/TN/VA/WV/WY only. Min. $5 deposit required. Eligibility restrictions apply. See http://draftkings.com/sportsbook for details.

Dr. Hockey
Anaheim Ducks Goalie John Gibson talks Stanley Cup, Ryan Miller, & the Captain change post-Getzy

Dr. Hockey

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 31:01


Pardon My Take
Paul Bissonnette, Warriors Take Game 2 & Lebron Coming On Pardon My Take?

Pardon My Take

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 101:45 Very Popular


The 3rd Quarter Warriors showed up on Sunday night and we've got a 1-1 series. We talk about who should feel best after 2 games, Hank's wardrobe jinx, and Lebron coming on pardon my take in the future. (00:02:39-00:25:38) Who's back of the week including our good friend Max Homa and internet memes taking down Sony. (00:27:06-00:42:21) Paul Bissonnette joins the show to talk about an incredible weekend of hockey, his new hairdo, becoming best friends with Wayne Gretzky and some shout outs. (00:44:17-01:18:56) We finish with some PLL talk, the Waterdogs suck again and Hank and Bubba went to Darts over the weekend. (01:20:28-01:37:54)

The Marty Smith Podcast on Outsider
All Hail the Cheese Queen

The Marty Smith Podcast on Outsider

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 82:50 Very Popular


Marty and Wes discuss the SEC Meetings and the beef between Nick Saban and Jimbo Fisher. Then, they get into the best Southern Rock songs of all time and give their top 3. Plus, why is it so difficult to put camping chairs away. Then, Charles Kelley from Lady A joins the guys to discuss growing up in Augusta, GA and going to The Masters, how his career got started, drinking with Wayne Gretzky & more. Finally, Abby Lampe joins the podcast to discuss being the first American woman to win Cooper's Hill Cheese-Rolling and Wake contest in England.

The Rich Eisen Show
REShow: Wyatt Russell - Hour 3 (6-6-2022)

The Rich Eisen Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 49:28


Chris Brockman updates the latest in the NFL including news on Jimmy Garoppolo, Deebo Samuel, Cooper Kupp, Aaron Donald, Sean McVay, LeBron and more. Actor Wyatt Russell joins Rich in-studio to discuss his Hulu miniseries ‘Under the Banner of Heaven, recounts the time in college he tried to grow a beard to be the Big Lebowksi for Halloween and what measures he once took while playing pro hockey to impress his teammates, says why his NFL team, the Denver Broncos, would have never won a Super Bowl with Peyton Manning if not for Tim Tebow, previews the upcoming Stanley Cup conference finals games and says what Wayne Gretzky meant to the growth of ice hockey in California. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices