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Hurricanes Weekly
Amy Deem with Joe Z 5-18-22

Hurricanes Weekly

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 10:04


Amy Deem, who has spent the previous 31 seasons coaching the Hurricanes, is the Director of Track and Field/Cross Country at the University of Miami. Deem was promoted to her current position in 2008 after serving as the head women's coach since June 1990. At the time of her promotion, she became just the sixth woman to oversee both the men's and women's track and cross country programs at a Division I school. In her 29th year with the Canes, Deem coached the women's team to a second-place finish in the ACC indoor Championships, featuring Debbie Ajagbe who won both the women's weight throw and shot put to earn ACC Field MVP honors. It's the second time in two years Miami earned the award. Freshman Jacious Sears earned 14 points for the Canes in her first ever conference meet finishing second in the 60 and third in the 200. The Canes sent three women to the 60m finals, and three to the shot put finals, which scored 21 points. Deem coached Miami's 17th national track and field champion as Michelle Atherley claimed the NCAA Indoor Pentathlon title with a program record and ACC record point total at 4,547. Miami earned its fourth title in four years at the ACC Indoor Championships, with the likes of Brittny Ellis, Kayla Johnson, Debbie Ajagbe, Selina Dantzler, Tiara McMinn and the 4×400 all taking the podium. Atherely was also named ACC Field MVP of the Indoor Championships. Later in the season, Atherley went on to defend her outdoor ACC heptathlon title and finished third at Nationals in the event. Debbie Ajagbe, Tiara McMinn, the 4×400, Kevin Arreaga, Raheem Chambers, Samantha Gonzalez all made their way to Nationals for the outdoor season to close out yet another successful track campaign under Deem. Deem guided a youthful team to the 2018 ACC Women's Outdoor Championship, Miami's first since 2006. This was the third conference title in three years after claiming the Indoor Championship in both 2016 and 2017. She was named the 2018 ACC Women's Outdoor Track and Field Coach of the year for the third time, her seventh overall ACC coaching honor. Under Deem's guidance, Symone Mason was named the 2018 ACC Women's Track MVP, while Michelle Atherley was named the ACC Women's Field MVP for 2018. The pair won six of Miami's seven individual events conference titles at the 2018 ACC Outdoor Championships. Miami totaled 11 total medals at the Outdoor Championships: seven gold, one silver and three bronze. The Canes also picked up 21 All-ACC awards, including 17 spots on the All-ACC first team and saw eight Canes make their way to the NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships. The Canes women were ranked as high as No. 15 nationally during the season and earned nine USTFCCCA All-American honors. The Indoor season also produced 12 different student-athletes earning 13 All-ACC honors. Atherley finished sixth at the NCAA Indoor Championship in the pentathlon and was named a first team All American.  The indoor season saw Kayla Johnson break the Top 5 list in UM history in both the 600 meters and 800 meters, while Anne den Otter broke Latrice Shaw's 1000m time set in 1998. Amy Taintor finished her final season with the Canes' third-best Pentathlon finish with 3,967 points. The 2016 track and field season was monumental in Hurricanes history, as the Miami women won their third ACC Indoor Championship. Deem was named ACC Coach of the Year and USTFCCCA Regional Coach of the Year for the 2016 indoor season. The Canes had six women qualify for the 2016 NCAA Indoor Championships, with Alysha Newman and Dakota Dailey-Harris earning First Team All-America honors and four other Canes being named to the second team. Shakima Wimbley was named ACC Women's Indoor Track Most Outstanding Performer after winning the 200m, 400m and 4x400m at the ACC Indoor Championships. Dailey-Harris was one of several ACC Champions during the indoor season, winning the high jump title. She was joined by Wimbley (200m and 400m) and the 4x400m relay team of Wimbley, Aiyanna Stiverne, Brittny Ellis and Destiny Washington. There was more success outdoors for Miami's women, as they finished second at the ACC Outdoor Championships, securing a top three finish for the third consecutive year. Wimbley was named ACC Women's Outdoor Track MVP after winning the 200m, 400m, 4x100m and 4x400m conference titles. She was joined by Stiverne, Ebony Morrison and Carolyn Brown on the 4x100m, and Stiverne, Washington and Ellis on the 4x400m. Newman was the ACC women's pole vault champion for the 2016 outdoor season. Fourteen women qualified for the NCAA East Preliminary, with 11 advancing to the NCAA Outdoor Championships. Newman was the national runner-up in the pole vault, while Wimbley finished third in the 400m. The women's 4x400m relay placed seventh to round out Miami's First Team All-America performers. Miami earned three First Team All-America honors, four Second Team All-America honors and one All-America honorable mention after its performance at the NCAA Outdoor Championships. Miami's men also had a stellar 2016 season, scoring the most points at both the ACC Indoor and Outdoor Championships since joining the conference in 2004-05. Freshman Andreas Christodoulou won the men's decathlon at the ACC Outdoor Championships. Carlos Mangum qualified for the NCAA Indoor Championships in the weight throw. The ACC runner-up in the weight throw placed 14th, earning Second Team All-America honors. The Hurricanes had three men qualify for the NCAA Outdoor Championships: Isaiah Simmons and Gian Piero Ragonesi in the shot put and John-Patrick Friday in the triple jump. Ragonesi and Friday earned Second Team All-America honors. Six men competed at the NCAA East Preliminary: Simmons, Ragonesi, Friday, Mangum, Jaalen Jones and Henri Delauze. In 2015, Deem's Hurricanes thrived as Miami had 19 student-athletes competed at the NCAA East Preliminary and 11 advanced to the NCAA Outdoor Championships, while seven Canes qualified for the NCAA Indoor Championships. In recognition of Miami's success in 2015, Deem was named the USTFCCCA South Region Women's Head Coach of the Year. The Hurricane women had an impressive showing in 2015, led by two-time First Team Outdoor All-American Shakima Wimbley. The sophomore, who ran the fastest 400m time in the NCAA in 2015, was named USTFCCCA South Region Women's Track Athlete of the Year. Wimbley also earned First Team All-America honors with the 4x400m relay. Wimbley was named the ACC Women's Outdoor Track MVP after an outstanding showing at the ACC Championships. The sophomore won the 200m and 400m individual titles and set ACC records in both events, while helping the 4x400m relay place third. The stellar sophomore also was a star during the indoor season, qualifying for nationals in the 400m and as a member of the 4x400m relay. She also set an ACC Championship records in the 200m, running a time of 23.08 seconds to win gold. Hurdler Kelsey Balkwill also qualified for the NCAA Outdoor Championships, placing ninth in the women's 400m hurdles to earn Second Team All-America honors. Pole vaulter Alysha Newman, thrower Precious Ogunleye and the women's 4x400m relay rounded out Miami's competitors at the NCAA Outdoor Championships. The women's team also had a stellar showing at the ACC Outdoor Championships, placing third with 93 points. In addition to Wimbley's outstanding showing at the conference meet, Precious Ogunleye earned an ACC title in the women's hammer. On the men's side, Artie Burns and Christian Cook qualified for the NCAA Outdoor Championships in the 110m hurdles, while John-Patrick Friday represented Miami in the triple jump. Cook ran a personal-best 13.78 at the NCAA Outdoor Championships and was the ACC Indoor Champion in the men's 60m hurdles, earning First Team All-ACC honors. Burns earned a silver medal at the ACC Outdoor Championships in the men's 110m hurdles, running a time of 13.70 seconds that ranks third in school history. The standout hurdler earned First Team All-ACC honors, while Cook was named to the second team after placing fourth in the 110m hurdles and scoring in the 400m hurdles. Sprinters Henri Delauze, Jaalen Jones and Josh Johnson all scored at the ACC Indoor Championships, while the men's 4x400m relay scored at both the indoor and outdoor conference meets. The men's 4x100m relay of Burns, Cook, Johnson and Robert Grant earned a bronze medal at the ACC Outdoor Championships. The 2014 season was filled with success for the Canes as Miami had 20 student-athletes compete at the NCAA East Preliminary and 10 advance to the NCAA Outdoor Championships, while five Hurricanes represented UM at the NCAA Indoor Championships. The Canes won six ACC outdoor individual titles and picked up another six individual championships at the ACC Indoor Championships. Ten student-athletes earned All-ACC honors in 13 outdoor events, while 11 were named All-ACC during the indoor season. Alysha Newman was a two-time All-America, first team honoree. The pole vaulter earned her spot among the best in the country after finishing fifth at the NCAA Indoor Championships and seventh at the NCAA Outdoor Championships. Other notable performers in 2014 include Shakima Wimbley, who was named the ACC Freshman of the Year for both the indoor and outdoor seasons, and Isaiah Simmons, who claimed his second straight Field MVP at the ACC Outdoor Championships. In 2013, Miami had 13 different student-athletes qualify for the 2013 NCAA Division I Men's and Women's Outdoor Track and Field Preliminary Championships. On the women's side, Samantha Williams (triple jump) and Amber Monroe (discus) qualified for the NCAA East Preliminary for the second consecutive year. Alyssa McClure (100m), Alaine Tate (800m), Taneisha Cordell (800m), Lea Johnson (hammer) and the women's 4×100 relay team of McClure, Jokira Jiles, Jasmyne King and Kelsey Balkwill also qualified for the NCAA East Preliminary. The men had four student-athletes qualify in six events. Isaiah Simmons (shot put and discus), Christian Cook (110m hurdles and 400m hurdles), Timothy Richardson (long jump) and John-Patrick Friday (triple jump) combined to form the largest group of males to qualify for an NCAA Regional in program history. Prior to the 2013 track and field season, Deem helped guide the women's track and field team to one of the most dominating performances in USA Olympic track and field history. The team won 14 medals, including six gold, four silver and four bronze. Overall, she was part of Team USA who won more medals and gold medals than any other nation at the Games. Three of her former athletes – Murielle Ahoure, T'erea Brown and Lauryn Williams – competed in the Games. Ahoure (100m, 200m) and Brown (400m hurdles) reached the finals of their events, while Williams earned gold as part of the 4x100m relay pool. In June 2012, Thandi Stewart (400m hurdles) and Samantha Williams (triple jump) both earned All-America status at the NCAA Championships under the direction of the veteran mentor. It was the 21st season in a row in which one of her student-athletes received All-America honors. Deem, elected to the UM Sports Hall of Fame in 2006, has been responsible for building the women's track and field program from very modest beginnings into an NCAA powerhouse. Prior to her being named head coach in 1990, the Hurricanes had never had an athlete record an NCAA qualifying mark. Since then, Deem has guided 57 student-athletes to a combined 173 First Team All-America honors and 14 national championships. Behind Deem, Miami proved its national dominance in the hurdle events in 2010. At the NCAA Outdoor National Championships the Hurricanes became the first program in history to have three women compete in a 400m hurdle championship race. T'erea Brown placed second, while twin sisters Tameka and Takecia Jameson placed third and eighth, respectively. Each woman earned All-America accolades. As a team, the Miami women finished the championship in 11th-place – the highest result for UM since a seventh-place outcome in 2006. Brown earned a total of three All-America distinctions on the year – increasing her career total to five – with her runner-up performance in the 100m hurdles and a third-place showing in the 60m hurdles at the NCAA Indoor Championships. Brown also did something that no student-athlete had ever done at Miami. She became the first to win a U.S. Championship when she won the 400m hurdles in 54.84 seconds on June 27, 2010. Tameka Jameson also competed in the race – placing fifth. The 2009 track season brought a total of six individual All-America honors and an indoor national title. Sprinter Murielle Ahoure came to Miami for her senior season to train under Deem and was rewarded greatly for her decision. Under Deem, Ahoure raced to the Indoor 200-meter National Championships and earned All-America honors in the indoor 60-meter dash and the outdoor 100 and 200-meter dashes. In addition Ahoure broke UM legend, Lauryn Williams' indoor 60-meter dash record, was a four-time ACC Champion and earned the ACC's Indoor Track Performer of the Year Award. As in years past, the Hurricanes hurdlers had a stellar season under Deem's direction. Sophomores Takecia Jameson and T'erea Brown advanced to the finals of the 400-meter hurdles, with Brown crossing the finish line as the national runner-up. In her first season at the helm of the men's program in 2009, Deem saw Mikese Morse claim All-American status in the indoor long jump with his fifth-place finish at the national championships. Also, junior Cory Nelms (indoor 60-meter hurdles) was the first male track athlete to claim an ACC Title that wasn't named Tim Harris since Lance Leggett in the 400-meter hurdles in 2006. In 2008, Deem saw Krista Simkins win a NCAA National Title in the indoor 400-meters. Also, during the indoor season, Viktoria Andonova took home All-American honors as she tied for ninth in the high jump at the Indoor NCAA National Championships. During the outdoor season, freshmen hurdlers, Takecia Jameson and T'erea Brown finished third and eighth respectively to earn All-American accolades in the 400-meter hurdles. In July of 2008, Jameson ran for the United States in the Junior World Championships in Poland, where she claimed two world titles, in the 400-meter hurdles and the 4×100-relay. The Hurricanes have had at least one student-athlete earn All-America honors in each of her 21 seasons and are perennial contenders for conference championships and top-10 national finishes. In Miami's first two seasons in the ACC (2004-05 and 2005-06), Deem led the Hurricanes to consecutive indoor and outdoor conference titles. In addition, she was honored as the league's indoor and outdoor Coach of the Year both seasons. Miami finished tied for fifth at the 2006 NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships marking the program's second consecutive top five finish while the team placed seventh at the NCAA Outdoor Championships marking the highest outdoor finish in school history. The 2005 season saw Miami reach unprecedented heights. The Hurricanes finished a program-best third at the 2005 NCAA Indoor Championships, which included a school-record 12 All-America honors. Miami finished ninth at the 2005 NCAA Outdoor Championships, also the highest finish at the time in school history, notching another 14 All-America honors. The Hurricanes placed second at the 2005 NCAA East Regional Championships marking the highest finish and most points scored (81) in the program's history. In 2004, the Hurricanes concluded their final season of BIG EAST competition by posting one of the best seasons in school history. Miami recorded 17 All-America honors, won both the BIG EAST Indoor and Outdoor Championships for the second consecutive season, including the school's sixth BIG EAST Outdoor Championship, and placed 10th at both the NCAA Indoor Championships and NCAA Outdoor Championships. That season, Miami recorded 12 All-America honors at the NCAA Outdoor Championships including Lauryn Williams' NCAA National Championship in the 100-meters. Williams posted a winning time of 10.97 seconds, the fifth-fastest time in NCAA history. In three seasons under Deem, Williams developed into one the top sprinters in the world. For most of 2004, Williams had the top time in the world in both the 100-meter and 200-meters. She went on to win a silver medal in the 100-meters at the Olympic Games in Athens, and at just 20 years of age became the youngest sprinter in 32 years to medal in the event. Williams competed in the 2008 Beijing Olympics and continues to train under Deem. In 2005 Williams captured the gold medal in the 100-meters and also anchored the USA 4×100-meter relay to the gold medal at the IAAF World Championships in Helsinki, Finland. During Deem's tenure the Hurricanes developed into the premier track and field program in the BIG EAST winning a combined 79 BIG EAST individual and relay titles. Miami's team title at the 2004 BIG EAST Outdoor Championship marked the fourth consecutive for Deem's Hurricanes making UM the only program in BIG EAST history to win four straight outdoor team titles. Under Deem the Hurricanes have become a fixture at the NCAA Championships scoring at 14 of 15 NCAA Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field Championships since 1992. Both in the state of Florida and around the nation Deem is recognized as one of the best developers of talent in the coaching ranks. Deem, who served as President of the United States Track Coaches Association from 2003-05, has won numerous coaching awards and been appointed to various national coaching positions. In 2007, she served as the Head Coach of the United States team at the World Championships in Osaka, Japan where the Americans won the 4×100 and 4×400-meter relays Deem has been honored four times as the USTCA South District Coach of the Year (2001, 2002, 2004, 2005), and in 1998 was named the USA Track and Field Florida Coach of the Year. In 2002 she was honored as the United States Olympic Committee Developmental Coach of the Year for Track and Field. In addition, Deem served three seasons (1998-2000) as the Event Coordinator for Sprints and Hurdles for the USA Track and Field Coaches Education Program, and in 2001 served as head coach of the USATF Junior National team that competed in England and Scotland. In the summer of 2003, Deem served as the Explosive Events Coach (sprints and hurdles) for the United States at the Pan American games in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic guiding Lauryn Williams to the gold medal in the 100-meters. In addition the United States swept the gold medals in the 4×100-meter relay and 4×400-meter relay for the first time since 1987. In 2002 Deem guided Williams to the gold medal at the World Junior Championships in Kingston, Jamaica. In addition to Williams, Deem has coached numerous other top sprinters and hurdlers including five-time NCAA Champion Gillian Russell, 1999 NCAA Champion Yolanda McCray, two-time Olympian Patrina Allen, and Debbie Ferguson, a two-time Olympic medalist. Russell, who competed for the Hurricanes from 1992-95, won the NCAA National Indoor title in the 55-meter hurdles in 1992 and 1995, as well as the NCAA 100-meter hurdle championship in 1993, 1994 and 1995. Russell is a two-time Olympian having competed for Jamaica in 1992 and 1996. Russell was ranked among the World's top-10 in the 100-meter hurdles from 1995-1998 reaching a career-best ranking of sixth in 1998. McCray, a six-time All-American, won the 100-meter hurdles at the 1999 NCAA Championship and, in 1997 and in 1999 was ranked as high as sixth in the United States in the event. Allen, a teammate of McCray, was also a six-time All-American. She competed for Jamaica at the 2000 and 2004 Olympic Games in the 400-meter hurdles. In 2002, Deem began coaching Bahamian sprinter Debbie Ferguson. Ferguson went on to post one of the best seasons of her career winning gold medals in the 100-meters, 200-meters and 4×100-meter relay at the 2002 Commonwealth Games, setting meet records in all three events. She went on to win championships in the 200-meters and 4×100-meter relay at the 2002 World Cup, and ended the season ranked second in the world in the 200-meters and fifth in the world in the 100-meters. At the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens, Ferguson captured the bronze medal in the 200-meters and reached the final of the 100-meters where she placed seventh. She competed in the 200-meter event at the 2008 Olympics and again be coached by Deem. Originally from Parkersburg, West Virginia, Deem first came to Miami in 1988 as an intern in the Compliance Department to complete her degree at Ohio University. While fulfilling her internship she simultaneously served as assistant track coach. In what could be termed as perfect timing, in the Spring of 1990, Deem decided to stay in the Miami area and the head women's track coach position opened up. Deem, who is a Level III coach and instructor as certified by USA Track and Field, was hired as the head women's track coach on June 26, 1990.

Talking Hockey Sense
Recapping U18 Men's Worlds, answering 2022 NHL Draft questions

Talking Hockey Sense

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 80:45


Chris is back from Germany and is here to recap the 2022 IIHF Men's World Under-18 Championship. He talks about Sweden's big win, USA falling short, top performers in the tournament and a bunch more. Chris also covers the latest on the 2023 World Junior Championship and NCAA coaching carousel before answering listener questions on the U18s, NHL Draft and anything else in the prospect world. Don't forget to subscribe and leave a kind rating and review to help get the word out. And to further support Talking Hockey Sense, consider a premium subscription to Hockey Sense with Chris Peters on Substack.

Live Greatly
Katrin Beierl | How to Have an Olympic Mindset for Peak Performance from a Bobsleigh Champion

Live Greatly

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 5, 2022 25:45


It's incredibly inspiring to chat with Austrian Olympian Katrin Beierl, who talks about what goes into preparing for intensive, strenuous, high-pressure activities such as bobsledding. Katrin shares how she has trained her mind to support her success and how to navigate high stress environments. Learn how to support peak performance and a success mindset by tuning in now! Key Takeaways from This Episode Techniques on framing the mindset to be successful in a high-pressure environment  Post achieving a win, what's next? Effective strategies to help you cope with life's pressures Physical routines that you can practice to help you relax   Disclaimer: All information and views shared on the Live Greatly podcast are purely the opinions of the authors, and are not intended to provide medical advice or treatment recommendations. The contents of this podcast are intended for informational and educational purposes only. Always seek the guidance of your physician or other qualified health professionals when you have any questions regarding your specific health, changes to diet and exercise, or any medical conditions.   Resources Mentioned In This Episode Cool Runnings  Biofeedback Lolo Jones Jussi Adler Olsen   About Katrin Beierl Katrin Beierl is an Austrian bobsledder. She moved to Innsbruck in 2012 to study law and saw bobsleigh for the first time at the track there. In January 2014, she competed in her first competition at the European Bobsleigh Cup and finished third overall in 2014/15. She competed in the two-woman event at the 2018 Winter Olympics. She made her Olympic Winter Games debut at PyeongChang 2018 (with Vici Hahn). She won gold at the 2019 World Junior Championships in Konigssee (with Jennifer Onasanya), finishing 0.01 seconds ahead of defending champion Andreea Grecu and Teodora Vlad (ROU). Kati finished seventh at the 2015 World Youth Championships. She joined her first World Cup in November 2020, finishing second, with Onasanya, in Sigulda. By winning the 2020/21 World Cup, she became the first Austrian woman to win the overall season standings - and only the fourth Austrian in the sport's history. Connect with Katrin Facebook: Kati Beierl Instagram: @kati.beierl   About National Sleep Foundation This podcast episode is sponsored by National Sleep Foundation. Founded in 1990, the National Sleep Foundation is committed to advancing excellence in sleep health theory, research, and practice. Its mission is dedicated to improving health and well-being through sleep education and advocacy. Connect with National Sleep Foundation Website: National Sleep Foundation Instagram: @sleepfoundation Twitter: @sleepfoundation Facebook: National Sleep Foundation LinkedIn: National Sleep Foundation   Kristel Bauer, the Founder of Live Greatly, is on a mission to help people thrive personally and professionally. She is a corporate wellness expert, Integrative Medicine Fellow, Keynote Speaker, TEDx speaker & contributing writer for Entrepreneur. Follow her on: Instagram: @livegreatly_co Clubhouse: @livegreatly LinkedIn: Kristel Bauer Youtube: Live Greatly, Kristel Bauer To Book Kristel as a speaker for your next event, click here.

The Hockey Journey Podcast
Wade Redden Hockey Journey EP20

The Hockey Journey Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 30, 2022 64:48


I've been looking forward to interviewing my next guest, Wade Redden, as we were former teammates with the Ottawa Senators many years ago. I watched him play his first game in the NHL, and then he quietly went on to play in over 1000 games in the show. This 2nd overall pick in the 1995 draft had a decorated career, and here are some of the highlights - Won the Western Hockey League Championship before turning pro. Won 2 World Junior Championship gold medals Won a World Cup gold and World Championship silver medal 2 time NHL All-Star, and participated in the 2006 Winter Olympics with Team Canada. Enjoy Mr. Redden's hockey Journey!!Wade Redden Hockey Journey EP20

Healthspan Academy
Developing Explosive Power with Olympic Silver Medal Speed Skater Laurent Dubreuil

Healthspan Academy

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 24, 2022 29:53


In this week's episode of Healthspan Academy, I chatted with Olympic Silver Medalist Laurent Dupreuil. We talked about Laurent's athletics environment growing up, his training and recovery practices, and his nutrition strategy for optimizing performance. Laurent also talked about how he has fine-tuned and improved his training practices over the years to become one of the top skating athletes in the world.  Laurent Dubreuil, the current world champion in the 500m, continues to dominate on the international stage and has become Canada's most successful sprinter in the last decade. He was named the Speed Skating Canada's long track Rising Star in 2011 and received the Jeremy Wotherspoon Award for Male Long Track Athlete of the Year in 2015 and 2021. The son of Canadian long track Olympians Robert Dubreuil and Ariane Loignon, Laurent had early success, running in three World Junior Championships from 2010 to 2012 and winning four medals, including 500m gold in 2012. He finished on the podium five times for Team Quebec in the 2011 Canada Winter Games in Halifax. The Lévis native made his World Cup debut during the 2011-2012 season and has since won a remarkable 29 medals. Despite only skating a few times due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Dubreuil finished his 2020-2021 season with four World Cup medals and two podium positions at the World Championships, including gold in the 500m. He became only the second Canadian male to win the 500m world title, following three-time winner Jeremy Wotherspoon. In addition, he made history by winning silver at the 2020 World Sprint Championships, becoming one of only four Canadians to reach the men's podium in the event's 50-year history. You can find more about Laurent Dubreuil on his Instagram @laurent_dubreuil *** Please note that the content discussed in this podcast is intended for self-education and is not to be interpreted as medical advice.

Hurricanes Weekly
Mia Vallée with Joe Z 3-22-23

Hurricanes Weekly

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 22, 2022 12:39


2022 ACC GOLD MEDALIST (3-meter) 2022 ACC SILVER MEDALIST (1-meter) 2021 NCAA ALL-AMERICA (1-meter) 2021 ACC GOLD MEDALIST (1-meter) 2021 ACC SILVER MEDALIST (3-meter) 2021 ALL-ACC ACADEMIC TEAM 2020 ALL-ACC ACADEMIC TEAM Sophomore (2020-21): Enjoyed breakout sophomore season on boards, taking home first NCAA All-America honors of career and earning two podium trips at ACC Swimming & Diving Championships, including first gold medal…Added one NCAA Honorable Mention recognition…Selected to All-ACC Academic team…Finished in eighth place in 1-meter springboard (289.70) at NCAA Women's Swimming & Diving Championships…Added 10th-place finish in 3-meter springboard (341.70) to earn All-America Honorable Mention honors by finishing in top 16 nationally…Was top finisher in both springboard events (1-meter, 3-meter) at NCAA Zone qualifiers in Greensboro, N.C….Won first conference gold medal of career at ACC Championships, finishing with top honors in 1-meter (340.95)…Earned silver medal in 3-meter (363.20) on the first night of ACC Championships. True Freshman (2019-20): Made collegiate debut against Florida (Sept. 27) and finished third in 1-meter (282.83) and second in 3-meter (305.63)…Won 3-meter springboard in a dual meet with Boston College (Jan. 4)…Swept both springboard events in a dual meet with over FGCU (Jan. 18)…Finished ninth in preliminaries of 1-meter (272.55) at 2020 ACC Swimming & Diving Championships in Greensboro, N.C….Finished first in 3-meter (692.50) at Zone qualifiers in Athens, Ga., to earn trip to NCAA Swimming & Diving Championships, which were eventually canceled due to COVID-19 pandemic. Before Miami: Accomplished international diver for native Canada…Three-time junior national champion..Selected to represent Canada at World University Games in Naples, Italy, qualifying for finals on every board she competed in…Won an individual bronze medal at the 2016 FINA Grand Prix in Gold Coast, Australia…Won gold at Grand Prix in Madrid in 2017 and placed fourth at World Junior Championships in 2016 in women's 3-meter synchronized event with partner Olivia Chamandy.

The Instigator Podcast
The Instigator Podcast 10.26 - Sabres Laying Groundwork for Re-Engagement

The Instigator Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 2, 2022 61:05


The hockey world has reacted to the war in Ukraine, as Russia and Belarus have been suspended from international play by the IIHF and the 2023 World Junior Championships have been removed from Russia as well. Additional hockey-related sanctions have been placed on the two countries and we discuss the fallout that will come from the actions taken by both sides, from a hockey perspective. We also discuss the new initiatives being take by the Sabres in an effort to re-engage with their season ticket holders and fanbase as a whole. With a new VP of Ticketing, steps are being taken to open new avenues to connect with the fanbase and get butts back in the seats.

The Bob McCown Podcast
BOB NICHOLSON - Vice President of the IIHF and Chairman of the Edmonton Oilers.

The Bob McCown Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 1, 2022 51:45


The International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) on Monday suspended Russian and Belarusian teams from its competitions until further notice and revoked Russia's 2023 World Junior Championship hosting rights. Today we bring on Vice President of the IIHF, Bob Nicholson, to discuss their decision and the future of international ockey with or without Russia and Belarus. We also talk about the Edmonton Oilers, the teams decision to fire Dave Tippett as their head coach, Mike Smith and the teams plans heading into the trade deadline and playoffs. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

31 Thoughts: The Podcast
IIHF Rules On Russia

31 Thoughts: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 28, 2022 58:24


Sports leagues and federations around the world are taking action. Jeff and Elliotte discuss the decision by the IIHF (00:01) to suspend “all Russian and Belarusian national and club teams” until further notice as well as withdrawing Russia's hosting rights of the 2023 World Junior Championship. The guys also talk about the NHLs statement as it relates to Russia, how Russian and Ukrainian players in North America are responding to the invasion of Ukraine, and what their leagues are doing to support them (7:30).They also get to some news from around the league including the meeting that took place last week between the Coyotes and the NHLPA (13:30), what Vancouver might do as we approach the trade deadline (22:30), if the Maple Leafs should be concerned following a wild night in Detroit (26:40), a losing streak that's caught our eye (31:10), Elliotte addressed a production complaint (33:20), and the guys take your questions to wrap things up (39:20).Plus, a surprise storytime cameo at the end of the podcast from a former NHLer (52:00). Thank you, Andrew Peters!Here is the Togiai vs Togiai brother fight that Jeff referenced in the podcast.This podcast is produced and mixed by Amil Delic, and hosted by Jeff Marek and Elliotte Friedman.Audio Credits: Cotillion Records, Sportsnet, Toronto Maple Leafs Radio Network and WSGW.The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliates.

The Devon Kershaw Show by FasterSkier
The World Cup is back — so is the show

The Devon Kershaw Show by FasterSkier

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 28, 2022 99:48


Has it really been a week since the Olympics already? The World Cup's furious schedule forges on with more racing this weekend in Lahti, Finland. Special guest host, Finnish Olympic gold medalist Sami Jauhojaervi, joins us to break down those results and other Finnish highlights from this season. We also cover results from the World Junior Championships in the early part of the podcast, and finish with a brief discussion of how cross-country skiing is handling Russian participation on the World Cup circuit given the country's invasion of Ukraine.You can email us at devon@fasterskier.com and nat@fasterskier.com. We're still hoping to catch up with an Olympic mailbag episode soon once things settle down.

The Hockey News Podcast
Prospect Podcast: Wright, Slafkovsky, Goaltenders and More

The Hockey News Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 23, 2022 31:58


This week on The Hockey News Prospect Podcast with Ryan Kennedy: - Is Shane Wright still the No. 1 prospect? - Which prospects stood out in Beijing? - The teams with the top goalie prospect systems - Will NHL teams be reluctant to send players to the World Junior Championship in August? - Nick Robertson's return to the AHL And more!

Speed and Power Podcast
Ep 85: Derek Evely- Long Term Athletic Development, When To Change Up Your Programming, Making Connections Between Measurables And Athleticism

Speed and Power Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 23, 2022 73:24


Presented By:  www.exxentric.com/speedandpower   Derek Evely is Coach, Podcast Host, and Owner of Eveltrak. Derek is considered one of the foremost experts in youth development training and long term athletic development. As a throws coach Derek has produced multiple World Junior Championship medalists, which have gone on to become Olympic medalists.  https://www.eveltraksport.com/ https://www.instagram.com/eveltrak/  https://evelchat.captivate.fm/  Checkout my Multidirectional Plyometric Course:  www.multidirectionalpower.com 

Fox and Faust | LA Kings
International Hockey Memories (Part 1)

Fox and Faust | LA Kings

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 17, 2022 46:53


Jim Fox briefly joined the Peterborough Petes in Helsinki to represent Canada at the 1980 World Junior Championships. Fox shares his memories of the unusual event and the talented opponents he faced with Rob Brender in a fascinating look back into hockey history.

31 Thoughts: The Podcast
Alex Pietrangelo on Jack Eichel's Return and Life After Hockey

31 Thoughts: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 16, 2022 36:11


His resume speaks for itself! He's won a gold medal at the World Junior Championship, the World Cup of Hockey and at the Olympics; he's a three-time All-Star and a Stanley Cup Champion.Alex Pietrangelo joins Jeff and Elliotte to talk about his All-Star game experience in his backyard, the return of Jack Eichel, his friendship with Jay Bouwmeester and David Backes, playing minor hockey with John Tavares and Steven Stamkos, why he leaves his work at the rink, the importance of preparing for life after hockey, and he shares a few Stanley Cup stories.Music Outro: Willy Nilly - Home AloneListen to more music by Willy Nilly on SpotifyThis podcast is produced and mixed by Amil Delic, and hosted by Jeff Marek and Elliotte Friedman. Archival assistance by Braden Connolly.Audio Credits: Sportsnet.The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliates.

The Athletic Hockey Show: A show about the NHL
Olympic roster evaluations and expectations, 2022 WJC potentially scheduled for August, answering great listener questions, and more

The Athletic Hockey Show: A show about the NHL

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 11, 2022 67:19


First, Max and Corey talk about IIHF President Luc Tardif's comments that the 2022 World Junior Championship could take place in August, after the NHL Draft, and how the timing could impact the participation of some top prospects. Next, the guys dive into their Olympic hockey breakdown, with Russia as the favorite to win the tournament, and discuss expectations for Team USA, including Strauss Mann getting an opportunity to prove himself on the world stage in goal, the role Jake Sanderson could play once he joins the team, and more. Then, the guys give their thoughts on Team Canada and discuss Owen Power's chance to repeat his 2021 WJC performance in Beijing, the potential offensive upside for Mason McTavish if he plays on a line with Eric Staal and Josh Ho-Sang, the odds of Jack McBain signing with an NHL club if he has a nice tournament, plus prospects to watch on Team Russia and Team Slovakia. Plus, to close things out, the guys open up the mailbag and take some great listener questions about why Jonathan Lekkerimäki isn't more widely considered a top-10 talent, the Boston Bruins plan for Jack Studnicka, Matthew Boldy's chances of winning the Calder trophy this season, how Corey organizes his prospect scouting reports, why Corey rated Trevor Zegras' puck skills as “NHL average”, whether the Detroit Red Wings prospect pipeline will make them contenders or not, why the New Jersey Devils passed on Cale Makar at No. 1 in the 2017 NHL Draft, an NHL comp for Jake Sanderson, how the Anaheim Ducks should approach the trade deadline, why Corey kept Lane Hutson out of his top-32 prospects list, if the Minnesota Wild are the real deal or not, how many potential first-line centers are in this year's draft class, and some of the exciting prospects from non-traditional hockey countries. And, right now, you can sign up for an annual subscription to The Athletic for just $3.99 a month when you visit http://theathletic.com/hockeyshow Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Stick 2 Hockey
Stick 2 Hockey LIVE Episode 18

Stick 2 Hockey

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 3, 2022 60:16


Episode 18 of Parx Sportsbook Presents: Stick 2 Hockey LIVE with Jason Myrtetus. We celebrate Women is Sports and Hockey with Julie Robenhymer. We talk about her hockey journey, what brought her to the game, the World Junior Championships and its future, Prospects and a ton more. Plus another edition of Tones Takes with some NHL Futures Winners and selections.

The Rink Live
Gopher Brock Faber discusses being named to Team USA, his family's influence, not playing high school hockey -- Ep. 113

The Rink Live

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 30, 2022 21:21


Sophomore from Maple Grove will join the Olympic team on Sunday after series against Notre Dame. The Los Angeles Kings draft pick discusses his career with the National Team Development Program, playing in two IIHF World Junior Championships and more. Timestamps  :50 Playing against Notre Dame 2:15 The whirlwind day that the World Junior Championships were cancelled and he was named to the Olympic team 3:40 Winning the 2021 World Junior Championship gold medal 5:00 Playing in the Olympics vs. playing for Team USA with the National Team Development Program, in world juniors 6:15 His athletic parents, how they influenced him and the inspiration he receives from his sister Paige 9:00 Not playing high school hockey, how Notre Dame's Trevor Janicke helped him make that decision 10:50 Decision to play for the Gophers was easy 11:40 Getting drafted by the Los Angeles Kings, going to L.A. for Olympic camp 13:50 The number of players on the Olympic roster he has played on a team with previously 14:30 Describing his development as a player, his strengths and being a 19-year-old sophomore 17:20 Talking about the Gophers defensemen, having former defensemen Garrett Raboin and Paul Martin as coaches  

Fish Out of Water: The SwimSwam Podcast
How Olympic Medalist Katie McLaughlin Epitomizes Perseverance

Fish Out of Water: The SwimSwam Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 57:08


2020 Olympic medalist and Team Speedo athlete, Katie McLaughlin, epitomizes perseverance. She's been an elite swimmer since she was 16 years old, a fast rising age group star who earned four medals at the 2013 World Junior Championships. She followed up with strong performances at the 2014 Pan Pacs and 2015 World Championships. Landing at Cal her freshman year, swim-fans expected a clear path onto the 2016 U.S. Olympic Swimming Team, but a tragic accident during Cal's winter training camp halted that Olympic dream. Katie unpacks the injury, her recovery, and her long road back to being a force on Team USA. Katie's got a swimming-range. She could be a threat on the world-stage in several events, but the 4x200 free relay is where she's currently the most dangerous. She has delivered 1:55 splits, the second fastest legs on the 4x200 relays, at the 2018 Pan Pacifiic Championships, 2019 World Championships and 2020 Olympic Games. Katie McLaughlin is Team Speedo. Follow Katie McLaughlin on Instagram here: Follow Speedo USA on Instagram here. SWIMSWAM PODCAST LINKS Click here to listen and subscribe on Spotify Click here to listen and subscribe on Apple Podcasts Click here to listen and subscribe on Podbean Click here to listen and subscribe on Google Click here to listen and subscribe on YouTube Click here to listen and subscribe on Listen Notes Click here to listen and subscribe on Stitcher Click here to listen and subscribe on iHeartRadio Click here to listen and subscribe on Amazon Click here to listen and subscribe on Pandora Music: Otis McDonald www.otismacmusic.com

Ladies Talkin’ Leafs
Happy New Year! Celebrating the top LTL Highlight Reel moments from 2021

Ladies Talkin’ Leafs

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 39:08


Happy New Year Leafs Nation!  The Ladies have been away for what seems like forever, but we've been working hard and if you follow our social media you may have seen the launch of our brand new website ladiestalkinleafs.com !  We are really excited about this and  plan on updating the website frequently with new content, so be sure to check it out on a regular basis!In this first episode of 2022 we say goodbye to 2021! But before we do, we each give our top 3 LTL Highlight Reel Moments from the season past, recounting a few of our favourite memories from the North Division of the 2020-21 season!  To get the New Year going we, of course, have a Leaf Talk warm-up to get you updated on what's going on with the team.  From the schedule, to the return of injured players, and  the NHL bringing back the taxi squad!  Things have changed quite a bit since our last episode on December 15th!In the 3rd Period, we give our thoughts on the cancellation of the World Junior Championships and discuss which Leaf prospects we should be keeping our eyes on in the future!  We'll also touch on the NHL's decision to not allow their players to go to the Olympics and the cancellation of the Women's U-18 Tournament for the second year in a row!  December was a tough month for the NHL and the hockey world in general!  Some good and not so good news and we cover it all in this episode!https://www.ladiestalkinleafs.com/https://www.buzzsprout.com/903751https://www.nhl.com/mapleleafs/schedule/2021-10-01/EThttps://www.youtube.com/torontomapleleafshttps://www.capfriendly.com/https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjhH0ni89YKa-agN4DpQO0Qhttps://ko-fi.com/ltl1917https://www.nhl.com/mapleleafs/stats/regular-seasonhttps://thehockeywriters.com/maple-leafs-more-questions-than-answers/https://www.nhl.com/all-star-ballot?partnerId=hpmodhttps://torontosun.com/sports/hockey/marner-spezza-took-long-road-back-to-leafshttps://www.thestar.com/sports/leafs/opinion/2021/12/28/leafs-coach-sheldon-keefe-and-his-son-didnt-let-covid-spoil-christmas.htmlhttps://www.sportsnet.ca/nhl/article/top-5-maple-leafs-prospects-get-excited-topi-niemela/https://editorinleaf.com/2021/12/27/toronto-maple-leafs-prospects-dominate/https://gameonhockey.ca/2021/12/26/the-hockey-world-reacts-to-the-cancellation-of-the-womens-u-18s/https://www.sportsnet.ca/article/nhl-players-looked-loopholes-participate-olympics/Support the show (https://ko-fi.com/ltl1917)

Giles and the Goalie - A Minnesota Wild Podcast

On this week's episode, we have Minnesota Wild Prospect Expert Spoked Z (a.k.a. Colin) of Judd's Budz and The Sota Pod to discuss all things Minnesota Wild prospects, including: Is Marco Rossi ready for the NHL? Ryan O'Reilly's on a mission to be as nasty as he wants to be How the Wild stole Carson Lambos Jesper Wallstedt is having a monster year Why Judd Brackett is so good at drafting Pavel Novak is boom-or-bust Marat Khusnutdinov's herky-jerky year Alexander Khovanov's first and only last chance Scouting the Boston College kids NOTE: This was recorded before the World Junior Championships, and therefore before it was canceled. Still a ton of great info you aren't gonna want to miss! Follow Joe and Tony on Twitter, and check out all the great work at 10KRinks.com! A Zone Coverage Podcast Network Production Follow 10K Rinks: @10KRinks Follow Zone Coverage: @ZoneCoverageMN Subscribe: Libsyn, iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher, SoundCloud, Google Play and iHeart Radio.

Habby Hour!
Season 5 Episode 17 - Twenty Twenty Ew

Habby Hour!

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 64:35


The whole crew is back for the first episode of the new year! Unfortunately, the past week was yet another let down as the Habs struggled to even ice a team due to a number (16!!!) of players going under COVID protocol. We also saw the cancellation of the World Junior Championship and, well, what one can only call a series of opinions as Angela Price decided to do a QnA and someone DARED to ask her about vaccinations! With that in mind... Get vaccinated, maintain social distance, and mask up. Happy New Year!

ScuttlePuck NHL Hockey Podcast
Episode Tony Hrkac (371): NHL Returns After Extended Christmas Break.

ScuttlePuck NHL Hockey Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 68:23


The NHL is back after extending the Christmas break. The World Junior Championships were cancelled and the Oilers are reeling. What is in store in 2022?  Listen Here:  iTunes  Google Play  Stitcher  Direct MP3   iHeart Radio Banter: Christmas Break Title Player Tony Hrkac Feedback - Leonard Waters  News - The NHL took a break on Dec 22 and returned on Dec 28 to a limited schedule Many games still being postponed including Montreal Winter Classic - brr cold IIHF Cancels all tourneys in January including the U20 Mens What if schedule can't be completed Guess the 5th The NHL after Christmas What story are we following in 2022? Crazy Stat of the Week Hot / Not

The Athletic Hockey Show: A show about the NHL
Biggest NHL storylines heading into 2022, New Year's resolutions for hockey, Multiple Choice Madness, and much more

The Athletic Hockey Show: A show about the NHL

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 70:48


On the first show of the new year, Ian and Hailey are joined by guest cohost, The Athletic's own Julian McKenzie to look ahead at what could be the biggest storylines in hockey in 2022, including continued COVID-19-related scheduling chaos, questions about Connor McDavid's legacy, Arizona Coyotes turmoil, the eventual return of Carey Price to the Montreal Canadiens lineup, and more. Then, the group talks about the rumors that Roberto Luongo is in the mix to become GM of the Habs and discuss whether or not he'd have to delete his Twitter account if he got the job, if the Tampa Bay Lightning would be the greatest dynasty in hockey history if they were able to win a third straight Stanley Cup this season, the Winter Classic seemingly getting less shine this year, the USA Women's Olympic team roster announcement getting talked over during intermission, and how potentially rescheduling the World Junior Championship to June could impact the participation of highly-ranked draft eligibles like Shane Wright. Plus, New Year's resolutions about using points percentage instead of points to determine the NHL standings and a little bit of Multiple Choice Madness to close things out. And, right now, you can sign up for an annual subscription to The Athletic for just $3.99 a month when you visit http://theathletic.com/hockeyshow Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Sota Pod
The Sota Pod - Ep236 (Happy New Year Hockey Fans; World Junior Championship 2022 Canceled due to COVD19; Minnesota Wild vs. St Louis Blues Winter Classic at Target Field)

The Sota Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 62:13


Fired Up
Sun. Jan. 2: Gouche Live 1982 World Junior Championship Gold Medal Reunion And Film Showing

Fired Up

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 51:15


Sun. Jan. 2: Gouche Live 1982 World Junior Championship Gold Medal Reunion And Film Showing by FiredUp Network

Locked On Blackhawks - Daily Podcast On The Chicago Blackhawks
WJC Canceled, Jujhar Khaira & Henrik Borgstrom Activated Off IR, + Blackhawks Make Additions To Taxi Squad

Locked On Blackhawks - Daily Podcast On The Chicago Blackhawks

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 28:11


Friday's episode of Locked On Blackhawks (Part 1) begins with a discussion on the 2022 World Junior Championship getting canceled due to COVID-19. Then, host Jack Bushman breaks down Blackhawks' forwards Henrik Borgstrom & Jujhar Khaira getting activated off injured reserve and looking to rejoin the lineup on Saturday vs. Nashville. The episode concludes with Alec Regula, Arvid Soderblom, & Josiah Slavin being added to the Blackhawks taxi squad. All that and more on Locked On Blackhawks. Part of the Locked On Podcast Network. Your Team. Every Day. 2022 World Juniors Canceled (3:05) Khaira & Borgstrom Set To Return (9:15) Johnson Continues Skating (14:35) Regula, Soderblom, & Slavin Added To Taxi Squad (18:15) There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Talking Hockey Sense
Talking World Junior Championship cancellation and what comes next

Talking Hockey Sense

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 61:43


Chris breaks down what happened to force the 2022 World Junior Championship to be cancelled after just a few days, why the decision was made and ultimately what comes next. Chris also takes your questions about what happened at the WJC, why players and team staff were so frustrated and tries to handicap the possibility of rescheduling the World Juniors for the summer. There's also some talk of the little bit of hockey we did get to see from the WJC.

Puck Podcast
Puck Podcast - December 29, 2021

Puck Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 125:21


This week's Puck Podcast (a day late due to technical issues) is now available. In the first period will we give you all the latest in the NHL's struggle to deal with COVID and give you what news is available on each team. We'll also touch on the cancelling of the World Junior Championship. In the second period, with not much happening in the NHL this week, Eddie dives into his assertion that Jack Eichel is not an elite NHL player. In the third period we read your e-mails. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Locked On Wild - Daily Podcast On The Minnesota Wild
The Wild have the NHL's Best Prospect Pool

Locked On Wild - Daily Podcast On The Minnesota Wild

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 36:46


On today's episode of Locked on Wild, Gabe Foley of Recruit Scouting joins the show as we shed some much needed light on the Minnesota Wild's very deep prospect system. Gabe starts off with his top 10 current rankings for various Wild prospects, with several notable names making his list. We move to Jesper Wallstedt's performance in the World Junior Championships as an indicator of what he will be capable of when he reaches the NHL level. And we finish with Marco Rossi and Matt Boldy both being poised to give the Wild two high level NHL players for years to come. Gabe gives some insight into just how fortunate the Wild were to have both fall to them in their respective drafts. Subscribe to our Youtube Channel: Locked On Wild Follow/Subscribe Anywhere: linktr.ee/LockedOnWild Follow Locked On NHL: linktr.ee/lockedonNHL Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! | Offers from our sponsors: lockedonpodcasts.com/offers BetOnline AG - There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Built Bar - Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Catfish on Ice Podcast
Catfish On Ice S2 EP.92

The Catfish on Ice Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 109:23


EP.92 -Preds lose in the shootout to Blue Jackets -Battle For Central Power Rankings -Clutch Performers of the Week -2022 World Junior Championship cancelled -Eric Dunay of On The Future joins to get us caught up with the Preds prospects at the World Junior Championship!

Two Guys No Cup
Episode 202: Craig Be200be

Two Guys No Cup

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 70:48


The St. Louis Blues are back, and so is Ian! After the ravages of COVID tried to destroy Christmas, the guys are reunited and ready to talk hockey again! Unfortunately, they won't be talking about the World Junior Championship, because that's been canceled. The confusing pandemic world continues to be unpredictable, but at least they have each other!

Panther Parkway Radio
World Junior Fallout and New NHL COVID Protocols

Panther Parkway Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 36:39


It's a bonus Thursday Episode of Locked On Panthers, outside of discussing last night's game against the New York Rangers, there is still a lot to cover based on the World Junior Championship(which ended up being canceled), and the New COVID Protocols for the NHL, which means Taxi Squads are back. Armando also takes this time to preview tonight's game against the Tampa Bay Lightning. Who's in and who's out for Tampa? The Bolts are going through COVID issues of their own heading into tonight's game. Twitter: @LO_FlaPanthers Email: lockedonflapanthers@gmail.com Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Grind Line
Episode 154 - WJC Updates & CHEL Chat

The Grind Line

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 56:17


We get some updates on the Wings prospects at the now-canceled World Junior Championships before trying to figure out why EA is so bad at hockey stuff. Remember to follow us on Twitter & Instagram @GrindLinePod and join our Discord at discord.gg/mQ6KP6ePGX Rate, review, subscribe, and check out our merch on Redbubble! https://www.redbubble.com/people/TheGrindLine/shop Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Good Show
Hour 1: Did the IIHF Mismanage the World Junior Championship?

Good Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 50:29


On this edition of the FAN Morning Show, Blake and Ailish are joined alongside Justin Cuthbert to react to Wednesday's announcement of the cancellation of the 2022 IIHF World Junior Hockey Championship and how IIHF President Luc Tardif's handled the situation (00:52). The crew also reveals their bold predictions for each Toronto sports team in 2022. To round out the hour, Ailish's shares today's "A-List", including Shai Gilgeous-Alexander rocking a throwback Phil Kessel Maple Leafs jersey (31:20). The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliates.

First Up with Landsberg & Colaiacovo
First Up December 30th Hour 1

First Up with Landsberg & Colaiacovo

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 47:32


In the first hour of First Up the guys discus the cancelation of the World Junior Championship, and what it means for all involved. Then talk about Aaron Rodgers comments yesterday, and the continued resurgence of the Vancouver Canucks.

That's Hockey Talk
THT - 12/29/21 - Elliotte Friedman

That's Hockey Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 98:11


The Insider to the Insider's Elliotte Friedman from Hockey Night in Canada joins the boys to chat about the canceled World Junior Championships, the NHL players not going to the Olympics, and what the rest of the season could look like. Elliotte shares some incredible stories and fields all kinds of questions. Pat McAfee (The Hockey Aficionado) joins the show for a few stories from Uncle Rupper on his time with Geno Malkin.

Locked On Red Wings - Daily Podcast On The Detroit Red Wings
World Juniors Canceled & Blashill's Mid-Season Grade

Locked On Red Wings - Daily Podcast On The Detroit Red Wings

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 41:19


The World Junior Championship is the latest victim of the ongoing pandemic. But, could it have been salvaged with better tournament management? Meanwhile, Jeff Blashill has escaped the heat long enough, its time to give him his midseason grade (spoiler alert: we like him). Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The People’s Show
Hour 2 - Chris Peters

The People’s Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 49:42


Chris Peters from Daily Faceoff joins the show after first breaking the story that the 2022 World Junior Championships were cancelled. 

The Sota Pod
The Sota Pod - Ep235 (NHL Officials HATE the Minnesota Wild; NHL Winter Classic against St. Louis Blues; World Junior Championship 2022)

The Sota Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 60:28


Maintenance Day
Episode 3 -- Catch a cab with the taxi squad

Maintenance Day

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 63:37


We start off talking about the latest Sabres COVID cases and lament that there may be more (0:20); but at least the World Junior Championships are underway and Owen Power is the main attraction for Canada (3:00); there are some other Sabres prospects like Jakub Konecny, Isak Rosen, and Nikita Novikov (8:50).J-J Peterka is not playing for Germany so would you let him and other Sabres prospects play for their countries in the Olympics? (13:55)Development has been stressed in handling the young guys in Rochester and we get into discussing what Amerks coach Seth Appert has provided the organization in his role there (21:04)The fans want Krebs! So when are they gonna get Krebs?! That and more about doing things the right way in the AHL.(28:53)The taxi squad is back and are the Sabres even going to have one? If they do, who the heck do they put on it? (42:16)Know who should be up in Buffalo? Mattias Samuelsson, that's who. Reward your younger dudes who are ready. (49:01)The guys promise to stay consistent and will really try not to talk like football coaches (53:25)Hey, remember Ralph Krueger? He could be our ticket to content! (56:21)Please help us make a meme (57:55)Let's wrap 'er up (60:00)Follow Lance and Joe on Twitter!Read Lance's work at The Buffalo NewsRead Joe's work at Noted HockeyBig thanks to our musician friends --Intro: MerlinBerlin -- "Orbit" - Find them on BandcampOutro: Chips 'N Cellos -- Boss Fight (Sabre Dance, Khachaturian) - Find them on Bandcamp 

Mayor's Manor
NHL RADIO REPLAY: Mayor's Minutes – Hoven on Kings Prospects, Roster Evaluation

Mayor's Manor

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 9:29


Follow @mayorNHL Enjoy a free replay of this week's Mayor's Minutes on NHL Network Radio, where John Hoven joined host Jim ‘Boomer' Gordon to talk about six Kings prospects participating at the World Junior Championship and discuss LA's current roster performance through the first half of the season. Today's radio segment can be heard using […]

The Reign Check | Ontario Reign

Defenseman Markus Phillips joins Jared Shafran to talk all about the Reign's incredible start to the 2021-22 season on the latest episode of The Reign Check. Josh Schaefer and Jared Shafran start the episode recapping the recent play of the Reign and take a look ahead to the upcoming World Junior Championships.

Tracking The Storm
Episode 44: Keeping Stevie Company (And a Preview to Our WJC Preview)

Tracking The Storm

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 50:40


Matt, Alex, and Brandon welcome Hurricanes forward (and unofficial fourth co-host) Steven Lorentz onto the podcast once again, and chat a bit about the upcoming World Junior Championships.

Hockey with Hultzy
Hockey with Hultzy Episode 16: Featuring James Boyd

Hockey with Hultzy

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 17:01


On Episode 16 of Hockey with Hultzy, Lucas brought on Ottawa 67s General Manager James Boyd. Lucas started the show by talking to James about his opportunity to be the GM for Team Canada's upcoming World Junior Championship. Lucas loved the episode because of the attention to detail that James provided as well, his amazing hockey knowledge, and much more.

Run Your Life Show With Andy Vasily
#183 - For the Love of the Game with Professional Golfer Alan Tait

Run Your Life Show With Andy Vasily

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2021 69:32


Alan Tait first picked up a club at 5 years old. His love for the game was evident from this very early age and it was always his dream to pursue a career in golf. By the time he was 17 he was playing off plus 2 and in 1986 he won The Scottish Boys Championship, before going on to win The Doug Sanders European and World Junior Championships in the same year. During his amateur career he represented Scotland and Great Britain and Ireland and became only the 5th player in Scottish Golf history to be capped at boys, youths and senior levels in the same year.Alan turned professional in 1990 and is probably best known for being the first player ever to shoot 64 (8 under par) at the Championship Course at Carnoustie in 1994 at The Daily Express 72-Hole Pro Am Championship. This record stood for 23 years until none other than Englishman and Ryder Cup star Tommy Fleetwood went one better shooting a 63 in The 2017 Dunhill Links. In this episode Alan shares a marvelous story about being pair with 15-time major champion Tiger Woods and 2-time Masters champion Ben Crenshaw for a practice round at Carnoustie in 1995, a memorable round of golf that gave him the opportunity to teach Tiger and Ben about how to play Carnoustie to help them prepare for playing the 1995 Scottish Open being held at the course. Although success was hard to find on the European Tour Alan looks back at his experience with fond memories. He enjoys working for BBC Radio Scotland, commentating at events such as The Open, Scottish Open, Ryder and Solheim Cups.Currently Alan is Director of Operations for the UK working for GolPhin. GolPhin is a company focused on growing the game from grass roots through their education programme, MyPathway2Golf coaching initiative and also their award winning equipment, designed for 3-14 year olds.Connect With AlanWebsite: https://usa.golphin.com/Email: alan@golphin.co.uk 

A Year On Tour With Vittinghus - A Badminton Podcast
Special Guest Episode - Ng Ka Long Angus

A Year On Tour With Vittinghus - A Badminton Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 18, 2021 39:14


Another great guest episode - this time with an Asian guest in Hong Kong no. 1 men's singles player, Ng Ka Long Angus! 40 minutes of interesting chat where you'll get to know why he chose a career in singles despite winning gold at the World Junior Championships in men's doubles - and why it wasn't always an easy choice! As we look back on his 2016 Hong Kong Open win, Angus also shares his thoughts on how he plans to become even better than he is now as he is aiming for some big achievements in the coming years. Furthermore we look into the pros and cons of the Hong Kong badminton system and get to know a bit more about what Angus' everyday life looks like as a national team player. An interesting chat and a rare chance for an English spoken long interview with one of the Asian stars of the sport! I hope you enjoy it - I'll be happy to hear your feedback. And please leave a short review if you're listening on iTunes or consider becoming a patron on patreon.com/vittinghus.

The Sota Pod
The Sota Pod Ep114 - Feat. Seth Toupal & Jake Jensen (Minny Ice)

The Sota Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2020 78:36


Episode 114 Stay WILD & up to date in the world of hockey with The Hockey Podcast Network. Every Monday & Thursday The Hockey Podcast Network offers a unique podcast dedicated to your Minnesota Wild & CRAFT BEER! Podcasts are available at thehockeypodcastnetwork.com or wherever you get your podcasts from. Episode 114 -Hoppy Hour GUEST: Seth Toupal & Jake Jensen of Minnyice.com -World Junior Championship & Minnesota Wild Prospects -NHL News -Central Divison Breakdown -Beer Bet Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices