2023 World Championship medalist and 2022 Olympian Julia Kern is making a name for herself as one of the fastest sprinters in cross country skiing. Julia is a 2022 Olympian and World Championship bronze medalist. She has secured two podiums in the ultra-competitive World Cup field, becoming the youngest American to podium on the World Cup, is a four-time National Champion, was the U23 World Champs bronze medalist, and was a key part in the World Junior Championships Relay (first ever USA relay medal at World Juniors). She was named to the U.S. team at only 17, now she is entering her ninth year on the team, her goals remain - winning Olympic medals, adding more World Cup podiums to her resume and positively impacting her community and the sport of cross-country skiing. Outside of skiing, Julia is always on the move. She enjoys anything outdoors, from climbing, hiking, surfing, mountain biking, swimming, beach volleyball or shooting hoops; she captures all her adventures with a camera in hand. She is also involved with the Share Winter Foundation, Little Bellas and Fast and Female. Get involved and support the show and more sports media for women through https://www.buymeacoffee.com/hearher Find all episodes http://www.hearhersports.com/ Find Hear Her Sports on all social @hearhersports Find Julia Kern on IG at https://www.juliakernski.com/ Find Julia Kern on TikTok at https://www.tiktok.com/@juliakernski
Get your tickets to WWP Night with the Grand Rapids Griffins!: https://griffinshockey.com/wwp Tune into this Ryan-less edition of the Winged Wheel Podcast where Evan and Brad run loose on Fabbri and the Wings playoff outlook First, we recap the exciting Red Wings vs Canadians game on Saturday night with the Wings squeaking out an overtime win (5:00) and Walman's Griddy celebration (14:13). The boys go on to breakdown the big performance against the Buffalo Sabres (17:30). It is truly coming to light at this point in the season how split the Atlantic Division is and it's time to chat about real playoff chances for the Detroit Red Wings (31:47) as we make our way through the season A quick look at some of the rosters being put forward for the World Juniors (43:30) including Nate Danielson, Trey Augustine, Anton Johansson and Axel Sandin Pellikka. Finally, we wrap this episode up in Overtime (55:57) with some great questions including where Brad and Evan land on the Wings' All-Star options. Head over to wingedwheelpodcast.com to find all the ways to listen, how to support the show, and so much more
Brad, Jason and Eli recap a thrilling weekend in Denver, talk Jake Livanavage being named to the Team USA preliminary roster for the World Juniors and look ahead to Colorado College's visit to Grand Forks this weekend. For more UND hockey coverage from the Grand Forks Herald, visit the UND Hockey Central page. Sponsored by Home of Economy
Xmas Party at Cardinals Nation in St. Louis on Friday Dec 8th! Jimmy Snuggarud invited to World Juniors camp in prep for the WJC after Christmas. We discuss the past 3 games vs the Buffalo Sabres, Arizona Coyotes, & Vegas Golden Knights. Advanced stats and Moneypuck's, "Deserve To Win-O'Meter"... why is it usually wrong? St. Louis Blues special teams talk. Jake Walman does the Gritty... yay or nay on this? The NHL Board of Governors Meeting... we discuss a couple topics they covered. Audible fart heard during Vasilevsky's post game press conference gets a chuckle. (farts are always funny no matter how old you are) AND MORE! RockinThatIDLife.com - For 10% OFF, Email Dustin at firstname.lastname@example.org & tell him "Lets Go Blues sent me!" Mike Burgoyne, St. Louis' best realtor! - email@example.com, 1-314-753-4060 Check our our T-Shirt Shop! www.LetsGoBlues.com/shop Follow us on the socials! @lgbradio
Wild broadcaster and former center Wes Walz talks about the differences he's seeing between the Minnesota Wild of last week and now, the penalty kill changes, why Mats Zuccarello keeps getting better, the evolution of Marco Rossi and the impact old pal Rick Tocchet has had on the Canucks and Brock Boeser. Plus Russo provides an update on Wild prospect Jesper Wallstedt, Calder trophy love for rookies Brock Faber and Rossi and an update on prospect Charlie Stramel was not invited to Team USA camp for the World Juniors. . Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On this week's Prospect Series episode of The Athletic Hockey Show, Max, Corey, and The Athletic's own Scott Wheeler break down their 2024 world juniors roster predictions for Team Canada and Team USA and discuss some of the big questions facing each team heading into the tournament, and then Max and Corey discuss their NHL Trade Value Player Rankings, assessing the top 100 assets in the league today. Subscribe to The Athletic Hockey Show on YouTube: http://youtube.com/@theathletichockeyshow Get a 1-year subscription to The Athletic for $1 a month when you visit http://theathletic.com/hockeyshow Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On a brand new Prospect Series episode of The Athletic Hockey Show, Max and Corey are joined by The Athletic's own Scott Wheeler to discuss which NHL rookies approaching the 10-game mark are staying for the rest of the season and which aren't, and whether Shane Wright will head to the World Juniors for Team Canada one more time. Plus, the guys break down Corey's latest 2024 NHL Draft ranking and answer some listener questions in the return of the mailbag. Subscribe to The Athletic Hockey Show on YouTube: http://youtube.com/@theathletichockeyshow You'll be amazed at what you can do with Grammarly. Go to http://grammarly.com/podcast to download for FREE today. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The US Championship has just started and the boys are shamelessly promoting Fabiano's new chessable course (which is not out yet), and the c-squared new website…they also talk the us championship, world juniors, Hans, and more. Enjoy!
DISCUSSED: Conor , PJ, and Bill recap Nour El Tayeb's dominating performance at the South Western Open and preview next weeks Platinum US Open in Philadelphia. ROUND UP: Don't let the "Zero to sulk” in less than one minute. (a new record) Is that a new record?" If you like heated debates, bold predictions, and big personalities, don't miss the latest edition of The Roundup podcast. Hosts Conor O'Malley, PJ Paul Johnson, and Bill Buckingham come out swinging, sharing impassioned takes on the upcoming U.S. Open draws, controversial player behaviors, and more. Bill Buckingham immediately ruffles feathers, declaring he'll sit back and let the others talk this episode. “Zero to sulk in less than one minute. That's a new record,” Conor quips, as PJ encourages Bill not to pout. The banter kicks off right from the start. The hosts dive into the Houston Open, praising the hospitality and venue upgrades prepping for the World Juniors event. PJ and Bill spar over whether multiple coaches in Nour El Tayeb's corner goes against the rules. Looking ahead to the U.S. Open, Conor and PJ predict another dominant performance from Ali Farag, while Bill goes against the grain, calling for a Paul Coll or Diego Elias upset win. In the women's draw, they dissect the impact of Nour El Gohar's injury and chances for the likes of Amanda Sobhy and Joelle King. Bill even shares a hot insider rumor on Farida Mohammed ditching college squash for the pro tour. Tune in to see whether PJ and Conor give the gossip any credence. If you like unfiltered, fast-paced squash talk complete with shocking predictions, humorous verbal jabs, and fiery opinions, don't miss this electric episode of The Roundup. Download, share, subscribe! Thanks for listening! REACH OUT: FAN FOLLOW UP > The Appendix!! Don't forget, send in your fan questions or comments and might share them on air. So reach out us on social media or email firstname.lastname@example.org. As always, thanks for listening! Write out Bio's of PJ, Conor and Bill,
Larry Murphy and Jim Fox were both first round picks in the 1980 NHL Entry Draft and teammates on the LA Kings. Murphy was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2004 and joins host Jesse Cohen and Jim Fox to talk about his participation in the 3ICE summer league and his experiences at all levels of competitive hockey.
Kirby Dach of the Montreal Canadiens joins the boys to explain why playing for Marty St Louis and playing with Cole Caufield means hockey has never been more fun. He dishes about the secrets to grocery shopping with Brent Seabrook, why the atmosphere in Montreal is second to none, how to rank the best country songs, and he just might have his signature goal celly figured out. (0:00) - Intro (02:08) - What's up with Zegras (13:01) - Kirby Dach Interview (15:16) - Anthem Superstition (19:01) - World Juniors (22:08) - Living with Seabrook (28:28) - Traded to Montreal (35:06) - Marty St Louis Effect (38:40) - Goofing with Cole (44:06) - Molding Your Game (50:02) - New Goal Celly (1:00:53) - Pass Shoot Score SUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuf52MHW1O7guPMzsMvv2kA FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/empty.netters/?hl=en FOLLOW US ON TIKTOK: https://email@example.com
Ep 216, pt 1: Describing the skillsets of John Farinacci based on his time with Harvard and with Team USA at the World Juniors. How Farinacci ended up in Boston and who he could pass in the depth chart. And, what are the chances he can force his way into a bottom-six center role this season? To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
This week, Cardsy and Rask recap over a two week break which included tons of funny stories. Then, the boys talk some golf and hockey before bringing on Chicago Blackhawks prospect, Colton Dach. Dach talks about his crazy year which included him winning the WHL championship and winning gold at the World Juniors with Team Canada. Dach also shares stories about Connor Bedard, his playoff run with Seattle, getting drafted by Chicago, his brother Kirby, and lots more! The boys wrap it up this week with some reactions to the Stanley Cup parade.
AJ and Kenny break down the latest trades and rumours around the NHL, with Taylor Hall to the Hawks, and reports swirling around Tom Wilson and Erik Karlsson. Then the fellas catch up with Chris Phillips to talk NHL Draft, World Juniors and more. They wrap up the hour with some of your texts
With the draft set for Wednesday, we discuss what the Ottawa Senators may do between now and then. The Sens release their pre-season schedule. World Juniors are returning to the City of Ottawa, we'll talk about ownership news, the Hall of Fame announces its latest inductees, and everyone seems to want out of Calgary.
AJ and Graham are joined by OSEG President and CEO Mark Goudie to talk about the World Juniors coming back to Ottawa. The fellas also discuss the apparent exoduses of players in Calgary and Winnipeg, and how to address players wanting out of Canada. Then they wrap up the show by looking ahead to the weekend
Another day, another podcast.Elias Pettersson (D-Petey) joins the show to chat about his season in the SHL, his time at the World Juniors, and signing his ELC with the Vancouver Canucks on Wednesday. The guys spend a lot of time talking about the AHL playoff game where Abbotsford won 3-0 and then do a quick run around the NHL playoffs. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Off the top, Hobey Baker winner and top prospect ahead of the 2023 NHL Entry Draft, Adam Fantilli joins the show! He discusses some of the memorable coaches that helped him get to this level, winning the Gold Medal at the World Juniors, his friendship with Connor Bedard, his readiness to play in the NHL, and more! Next, David Amber, host of Rogers Monday Night Hockey on Sportsnet, weighs in on the biggest stories of the season, Connor McDavid's historic year in Edmonton, the most intriguing games of the night, and Alex Lyon's emergence (17:20). In the final segment, Sportsnet's Ken Wiebe breaks down the final playoff spots still up for grabs, Evgeni Malkin's chance to play 82 games for the first time since 08/09, the Jets' playoff chances, and more (50:23). 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.
Chippewa Steel goaltender - Adam Gajan has gone from a relative unknown to the talk of the hockey world after his performance for the Slovakian National Team at the 2023 World Juniors Tournament. Adam opened the eyes of many college and professional scouts with his performance at the 2022 NAHL Showcase at the Super Rink in Blaine, MN. Adam will suit up for the Green Bay Gamblers of the USHL next year and then move on to the University of Minnesota - Duluth. Check this one out. Adam has a great story!Ryan Flaig - State Farm Serving Eau Claire, Altoona, Fall Creek, Fairchild, Augusta, Osseo, Eleva, Strum, MondoviQuin Flaig Serving customers in Duluth, Proctor, Hermantown, Cloquet, and Two HarborsRolf Flaig Serving Duluth, MN and the surrounding areaJeff Flaig Serving Chippewa Falls, Eau Claire, Elk Mound, Cadott, Holcombe, Stanley, and the Chippewa ValleyHertel Law The law firm you want on your side. Focusing on criminal defense and personal injury.Rolly's Coach Club Riverside Bike and Skate Eau Claire's hockey headquarters which is the oldest hockey store in the state of Wisconsin. Chippewa Valley Ortho and Sport Medicine Dedicated and committed to the health care needs of patients in Western Wisconsin since 1954. @TheBOSPodwww.thebreakoutsessions.com
In his day job, Bayne Pettinger represents high-profile NHL players like Jamie Benn, and Tyson Barrie. However, as an outspoken member of the LGBTQIA2S+ community, he also represents welcome progress in a sport that needs it. Pettinger spoke on ‘outliers' overshadowing NHL Pride Nights, his own journey from publicly coming out 2 years ago, and the important work of the Alphabet Sports Collective; a non-profit he co-founded. Plus, client Tyson Barrie's trade to Nashville, the human-side of being an agent, and a jersey mishap at the World Juniors. In Headlines, the guys delve into the playoff picture: if any shake-ups could happen in the last games of the season, has the Penguins ‘window' closed, and David Pastrnak's scoring prowess. Matt Boldy's sizzling hot-streak, Joonas Korpisalo backstopping the LA Kings, and Ray's coverage of the Golden Knights vs. Oilers round-out the Western Conference discussion. Betano's Kris Abbott joins the guys and Ray puts Vegas casinos on notice with a big blackjack win. Kris commends the NHL schedule-makers for a PACKED Saturday slate that had him in the green. Would you bet against the Avs winning the west?? A heavily favoured Avs return to the cup final could be an opportunity for a savvy bettor. In Ask Ray & Dregs Anything, the guys answer YOUR questions! This week: the erasure of Raffi Torres' favourite hit, hockey ‘switch hitters', and Ray's ice-shower advice. Plus, Ask R+D regular Bryan Mudryk chimes in with a golf question. Season 4 Episode 51 is presented by our title sponsor Canadian Club Whisky: who are asking: 'Are You Over Beer?', ‘The Game Starts Now' with Betano.ca - now available in Ontario, and by DUER: Use code ‘RNDPANTS' to save 15% off pants at DUER.ca.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Jim opens the show with a moose call (0:20). Kevin gives an update on the Brier results so far (2:40), and Warren gives some stats on the excellent shooting percentages of the top teams (4:10). The World Juniors finished up in Germany - Warren fills us in on the results, including some very big surprises (4:45) and they re-visit some issues with the current Canadian Junior system. The newest inductees to the Curling Hall of Fame were announced (8:10). The World Wheelchair Championships are taking place in Richmond, BC, and Kevin talks about the results so far (10:25). The guys talk about the changes surrounding team names, and where things may be headed (12:25) and they respond to an email in regards to ending games before all the ends have been played (18:00).Mike Harris joins the guys ‘In the House' to talk about his many roles in curling (24:35). Kevin and Mike talk about the different players on his team (28:00), their results so far, and what is to come for them at the Brier (29:35). Warren asks Mike about the ice conditions at the Brier (31:30) and also what he thinks about the playoff system they are using (33:30). Mike ‘proud dad's' his daughter a bit and shares her recent successes in the U21 and her upcoming trips to nationals (35:15). They return to the conversation about the Junior results to get Mike's thoughts on how the system may be improved (37:00). This podcast is produced by Warren Hansen & Kevin Martin, recorded and mixed by Mike Rogerson, and hosted by Kevin Martin, Warren Hansen and Jim Jerome.Contact the podcast -- firstname.lastname@example.orgThe 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.
On the latest episode of “Panthers Pipeline,” Jakub Kos, a sixth-round pick in 2021, joins co-hosts Doug Plagens and Jameson Olive to talk about winning silver at the World Juniors, playing hockey in Finland, his first trip to South Florida this past summer and much more.
The Colorado Avalanche might have a star in the making in Sean Behrens. He is coming off winning a bronze medal with Team USA at the World Juniors. Do the Avalanche have any immediate plans for him? Join AJ Haefele, Nathan Rudolph, and Meghan Angley as they discuss all things Avalanche and NHL. BUY TICKETS HERE: https://gametime.hnyj8s.net/c/3442941/1441542/10874 TAILGATE WITH US: https://bit.ly/3fwCPha Visit https://dkng.co/DNVR to sign up for DraftKings Sportsbook using the code “DNVR” 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/LA/MD/MI/NJ/PA/TN/WV/WY), 1-800-NEXT STEP (AZ), 1-800-522-4700 (CO/KS/NH), 888-789-7777/visit ccpg.org (CT), 1-800-BETS OFF (IA), visit OPGR.org (OR), or 1-888-532-3500 (VA). 21+ (18+ NH/WY). Physically present in AZ/CO/CT/IL/IN/IA/KS/LA(select parishes)/MD/MI /NJ/ NY/PA/TN/VA/WV/WY only. VOID IN OH/ONT. Eligibility restrictions apply. Free bets: Valid 1 per new customer. Min. $5 deposit. Min $5 bet. $200 issued as free bets that expire 7 days (168 hours) after being awarded. See terms at sportsbook.draftkings.com/footballterms. No Sweat: Valid 1 offer per customer per day of NFL 2023 Wild Card Round. Opt in req each day. First bet must lose after opting in. NFL bets only. Paid as one (1) free bet based on amount of initial losing bet. Max $10 free bet awarded. Free bets expire 7 days (168 hours) after being awarded. See terms at sportsbook.draftkings.com/footballterms. When you shop through links in the description, we may earn affiliate commissions. Copyright Disclaimer under section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for “fair use” for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, education Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On Episode 423 of Spittin' Chiclets, the guys are joined by Jim Montgomery and Dylan Guenther. The Yotes prospect and Gold Medal winner joined (32:18) right off the jump to talk World Juniors, playing with Team Canada, Arizona and tons more. But first, the guys open the show discussing Canada's big World Juniors win and how Connor Bedard has already reached SuperStar status. The boys also discuss some NHL news including Tage Thompson's incredible start. Is it time to consider the Sabres forward an MVP candidate? The guys are then joined by Boston Bruins head coach Jim Montgomery (02:13:19). Monty joined to discuss his career, why the Bruins are so good, Patrice Bergeron and tons more. The guys wrap up the show discussing All Star rosters and some NFL news.You can find every episode of this show on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or YouTube. Prime Members can listen ad-free on Amazon Music. For more, visit barstool.link/schiclets
2023 is off to a tough start for the Detroit Red Wings, and Steve Yzerman, Derek Lalonde & Co. have some interesting decisions to make over the rest of the season. Tune in as we open by recapping Detroit's two losses to Florida & Toronto, including bad special teams play & thoughts on what Alex Tanguay can do, Robby Fabbri's strong return, Jake Walman's homecoming goal against the Leaf, Hellberg holding his own, & more (4:40). Next, our "State of the Red Wings" address. Is the "Yzerplan" on track? Did Steve Yzerman do the right thing signing the likes of Ben Chiarot, Andrew Copp, & others? What's to come of Dylan Larkin & Tyler Bertuzzi? How are Lucas Raymond, Moritz Seider, & the overall rebuild progressing? Should Detroit tank for Connor Bedard, or are the playoffs still a possibility? All of that & LOTS more in our overview of where Hockeytown is at with the Trade Deadline not far away (13:20). Also - how much of a priority is it to re-sign Jake Walman? Is he part of Detroit's long-term future? Does signing affect him affect Olli Maatta, Simon Edvinsson, Albert Johansson, or others (39:05)? Finally, Tyler Bertuzzi (and/or Filip Zadina) is poised to return, with Elmer Soderblom being assigned to the AHL (50:00) & what that means for Bertuzzi & Soderblom, plus Alex Nedeljkovic & Jakub Vrana's performance in Grand Rapids (53:25). To close, a recap of Connor Bedard and Team Canada's World Juniors gold medal, USA's bronze medal, Czechia's fantastic performance, & a potential tournament in Ann Arbor (54:40) - all of that & lots more - tune in & enjoy! Head over to wingedwheelpodcast.com to find all the ways to listen, how to support the show, and so much more. WWP Night at the LCA tickets: DetroitRedWings.com/WWP
Talon Jenkins, Ryan Gilbert, and Joel Meyer are back with NHL picks, predictions, and best bets in a full betting preview for Saturday, January 7th! The boys talk about some injuries and Canada winning gold at the World Juniors before getting into Saturday's games. They break down each game on Saturday's nine-game slate with their best bets and more. They finish the show with the Lock, Dog, Total segment and a few HGP consensus plays! Subscribe to the Hockey Gambling Podcast on Apple and Spotify and leave us a five-star rating and review! Follow the Hockey Gambling Podcast on Twitter @HockeySGPN! Tuesday Picks: 00:15:44 Lock Dog Total: 00:56:06 Follow Talon Jenkins on Twitter (@Talon_Jenkins94) Follow Ryan Gilbert on Twitter (@RGilbertSOP) SGPN Merch Store - https://sg.pn/store Download The Free SGPN App - https://sgpn.app Check out SGPN.TV Support us by supporting our partners WynnBET - Bet $100 and get a $100 FREE bet! - https://sg.pn/WynnBET Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Elliotte sits down with Seattle Kraken winger Jordan Eberle to talk about World Juniors and Connor Bedard, his friendship with Matt Barzal and an infamous tweet from 2012, he tells a great Lou Lamoriello story, shares some of his memories from his time in Edmonton, talks about the Islanders and what made the team so special, tells us about a song he wrote with Anders Lee & Barzal, his anti-bullying initiative and Elliotte brings out his songs guitar for Jordan to strum a few notes.GET YOUR 32 THOUGHTS MERCH HEREEmail the podcast at email@example.com or call The Thought Line at 1-833-311-3232 and leave us a voicemailMusic Outro: Say Hi - Oh Oh Oh Oh Oh Oh Oh OhListen to the full track HEREThis podcast was produced and mixed by Amil Delic, and hosted by Jeff Marek and Elliotte Friedman.Audio Credits: NHL Network & Zomba RecordingsThe 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.
Harman Dayal joins Dimitri in studio as the guys talk about Connor Bedard's record breaking World Juniors tournament for Canada, and the logic of tanking for a generational talent like him. They also touch on the Colorado Avalanche and Timo Meier's struggles. This podcast is produced by Dominic Sramaty. The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Media Inc. or any affiliate.
The Boston Bruins are buzzing, Team Canada is fucking, and Roman Josi is breaking records. From the mountains of Aspen and the studio in Newport Beach, the fellas are ready to break down all the action happening across the wide world of sports! On today's show we recap the College Football Playoff and NFL action, then snap around a few more topics:Bender in AspenDamar Hamlin TributeWorld Junior ChampionshipBreaking Records on the IceJimmy Scoops Rumor MillMilk CartonAnd much more!Draft 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.
In this episode of the Hockey Gambling Podcast, Ryan Gilbert and Joel Meyer are back with NHL picks, predictions, and best bets in a full betting preview for Thursday, December 5th! They start out the show with Professor Meyer giving an intro course on Injury Intel. Then they get into the games and break down each game on Thursday's 10-game slate with their picks and analysis. Before closing out the show with some consensus plays, the boys take a look at Canada vs. Czechia in the World Juniors Gold Medal Game! Subscribe to the Hockey Gambling Podcast on Apple and Spotify and leave us a five-star rating and review! Follow the Hockey Gambling Podcast on Twitter @HockeySGPN! Follow Ryan Gilbert on Twitter (@RGilbertSOP) SGPN Merch Store - https://sg.pn/store Download The Free SGPN App - https://sgpn.app Check out SGPN.TV Support us by supporting our partners WynnBET - Bet $100 and get a $100 FREE bet! - https://sg.pn/WynnBET Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On Episode 422 of Spittin' Chiclets, the guys are joined by Tony Granato. The Wisco Hockey coach joined the show (00:50:47) to discuss his playing career, his coaching career, coaching Biz and tons more. But first, the guys open the show discussing their week in Boston. From the live show to the winter classic, the stories are endless. The fellas also break down the World Juniors and the absolute show Connor Bedard is putting on.You can find every episode of this show on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or YouTube. Prime Members can listen ad-free on Amazon Music. For more, visit barstool.link/schiclets
In this episode of the Hockey Gambling Podcast, Talon Jenkins, Ryan Gilbert, and Joel Meyer are back with NHL picks, predictions, and best bets in a full betting preview for Tuesday, January 3rd! The boys talk about some action at the World Juniors before getting into Tuesday's games. They break down each game on Tuesday's 11-game slate with their best bets and more. They finish the show with the Lock, Dog, Total segment and a few HGP consensus plays! Subscribe to the Hockey Gambling Podcast on Apple and Spotify and leave us a five-star rating and review! Follow the Hockey Gambling Podcast on Twitter @HockeySGPN! Tuesday Picks: 00:15:44 Lock Dog Total: 00:56:06 Follow Talon Jenkins on Twitter (@Talon_Jenkins94) Follow Ryan Gilbert on Twitter (@RGilbertSOP) SGPN Merch Store - https://sg.pn/store Download The Free SGPN App - https://sgpn.app Check out SGPN.TV Support us by supporting our partners WynnBET - Bet $100 and get a $100 FREE bet! - https://sg.pn/WynnBET Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Happy New Year! The Detroit Red Wings wrapped up 2022 and entered 2023 with another comeback win, this time over the Ottawa Senators. Tune in as we discuss the New Year's Eve game, the previous almost-comeback against Buffalo, Elmer Soderblom and Joe Veleno's 6 game point streaks, Michael Rasmussen dominating on Dylan Larkin's wing, Lucas Raymond's great game, Hellberg's shaky win, & the Moritz Seider - Jake Walman pairing (as Ben Chiarot was moved off the Seider pair) (6:50). Also, with Jakub Vrana, Robby Fabbri, & soon Tyler Bertuzzi (not to mention Filip Zadina) returning, Derek Lalonde has decisions to make. Will he scratch Erne, Suter, or Sundqvist? Will Soderblom be sent down? Is Nedeljkovic going to be waived in favor of Hellberg? Can Steve Yzerman drum up a trade? (31:05) We also give our 2023 Detroit Red Wings New Year's Resolutions: what do we want to see from the Hockeytown club this year (42:10)? Finally, an update on Connor Bedard and the World Juniors (52:30), and lots more - enjoy! Head over to wingedwheelpodcast.com to find all the ways to listen, how to support the show, and so much more. WWP Night at the LCA tickets: DetroitRedWings.com/WWP Vladdy Fundraiser: https://detroithockeynow.com/2022/12/12/over-75000-raised-for-former-red-wings-star-konstantinov/
Back after a short break! Elliotte kicks things off with an insert talking Maple Leafs-Coyotes (1:00) and Alexis Lafreniere (3:10). Then the real fun begins as Jeff and Elliotte chat about Toronto and their pair of fines (6:30), the culture in Philadelphia (22:05), latest on Jakob Chychrun (27:30), wonder if the Kings will adding players (29:00), where the Panthers might go from here (31:20), Tyler Ennis at the Spengler Cup (33:30), the Bruins and David Pastrňák (35:45), Winter Classic at Fenway Park (42:45), thoughts on the World Juniors (45:30) and Sam Ganger plays in his 1000th game (49:30).GET YOUR 32 THOUGHTS MERCH HEREEmail the podcast at firstname.lastname@example.org or call The Thought Line at 1-833-311-3232 and leave us a voicemailMusic Outro: New Bleach - NightListen to their debut album hereThis podcast was mixed by Mike Rogerson, and hosted by Jeff Marek and Elliotte Friedman.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.
WHAT A COMEBACK, WHAT A CELLY! Tune in as we cover how the Detroit Red Wings completed the come from behind victory over the Pittsburgh Penguins after going down 4-0, Jake Walman hitting "The Griddy" celly after the OT winner, Ben Chiarot and Magnus Hellberg's (in relief of Ville Husso) big games, the Larkin - Rasmussen - Perron line buzzing, Berggren still rolling, & lots more from the historic win (5:30). Also, an update on Jakub Vrana as he heads down to the Grand Rapids Griffins for a conditioning stint - how soon will we see him return to Hockeytown (19:14)? Derek Lalonde has some big decisions to make with Jakub Vrana and Robby Fabbri returning, not to mention Tyler Bertuzzi and Filip Zadina down the road - how does that affect the likes of Elmer Soderblom, Jonatan Berggren, Joe Veleno, Adam Erne, and most importantly - Alex Nedeljkovic (22:49)? Could Steve Yzerman conjure up a trade, or will Ned be waived? Also, Amadeus Lombardi signs his ELC & a quick update on Dylan Larkin's contract (32:30), the Toronto Maple Leafs get fined (37:30), a quick World Juniors update (including a note on Red Savage) (41:45), Overtime questions, & lots more! Enjoy, and have a safe & happy New Year! Head over to wingedwheelpodcast.com to find all the ways to listen, how to support the show, and so much more. WWP Night at the LCA tickets: DetroitRedWings.com/WWP
Episode 102- BY & Motts are back with a great interview with local hockey legend and current Harvard University men's hockey coach, Ted Donato! Before Teddy joins us, the guys catch up on how they spent their Christmas, touch on the World Juniors that is currently going on in Canada, and share a quote from Arizona Coyotes rookie, Dylan Guenther. Then Ted joins (14:40) the guys for a great conversation about: Growing up playing all different sports Seeing his sons grow up and play at top levels The process of making the decision to attend Harvard Olympic experience “The one thing you can control is your attitude” + much more! BY & Motts wrap up the show answering the My Hockey Rankings question of the week! We would like to wish all of you a Happy & Healthy New Year! Thank you for listening! Please rate, review, and subscribe! If you're interested in sponsoring the show, please reach out to us by email or DM us on Instagram! Leave us a voicemail: 347-6-SHRINK Email: RinkShrinks@gmail.com Instagram: @TheRinkShrinks Twitter: @RinkShrinks Website: www.therinkshrinks.com Today's Episode Was Sponsored By: Pro Stock Hockey Sparx Hockey TSR Hockey Franklin Sports Cross Country Mortgage My Hockey Rankings
Hour 4: The legend Joe Benigno joins us in the studio before his own show today. They discuss Jets games they've seen through the years. Joe begs the Jets to get into the playoffs and seems confident in their defense for the last two games against the Seahawks and Dolphins. Sal is less keyed up about them. Joe does like some of Joe Douglas' draft picks even though Zach Wilson has not panned out. Mike White has to show something for them to win but the QB situation next year is still in question. They also criticize the Jets coaching. In the end, if they don't get in this year they have to do it next year for sure. C-Lo joins us for one more time this year. Audio of Mike Breen's exciting call from the end of Q4 of Knicks/Mavs. A discussion of Tik Tok & YouTube, how people make millions putting up videos there and whether Sal should do vids featuring his dog. Tom Thibodeau audio after the Knicks loss. Luka Doncic being told he set a record. Nets will go for ten wins in a row. Sam Rosen calling end of Rangers loss to Caps. C-Lo complains about NY Rangers ticket prices and availability. Shoutout to U.S. National Team in the World Juniors. Denver Broncos fire Head Coach Nathaniel Hackett. In the final segment, they discuss a family driving across the country from Phoenix to Boston to see the Winter Classic because of the flight cancellations. They also discuss how road trips aren't as fun as they used to be.
Hour 1: Jerry and Sal begin their Wednesday morning show by discussing the Knicks' last-minute collapse. Sal doesn't find it as crushing as many Knicks fans do because the team isn't very good to begin with. They discuss getting older and how some athletes are able to play at a high level at an advanced age. CLo is back for the last time this week and begins with the Knicks blowing a 9 point lead in the final minute against the Mavericks. Tom Thibodeau can't believe what happened. Jerry and Sal don't love what the NBA is now and compare it to scores from the 90s. The Rangers struggled in their return from the holiday break while the Islanders cruised. In the final segment of the hour, Jerry discusses a college basketball broadcast later tonight that will have the coaches mic'd up. He thinks this is where a lot of broadcasts, especially baseball, are headed. It leads Jerry to remember a time he brought Sal to call a game with low attendance. Everyone, including the coaches (and one of them was Dan Hurley) could hear Sal's criticisms. Hurley was not happy. Hour 2: Hour two begins with Sal and Jerry getting an answer about halftime adjustments before talking about Carlos Correa. Sal says there is no negative here, Steve Cohen did not make a mistake and he still thinks Correa ultimately signs with the Mets. CLo returns for an update and begins with the Knicks' historic collapse against Luka Doncic and the Mavs. Sal thinks the Nets are winning a championship this season. We are spoiled with radio and TV broadcast teams here in New York. The Rangers were shutout by the Capitals and the Islanders topped the Penguins. Sal loves Gerard Gallant and wants to hear him mic'd up during a game. In the final segment of the hour, Jerry wants everyone to see a bad logo that surprised him on TV and remembers how young Zach Wilson really is. Hour 3: Hour 3 begins with Jerry and Sal looking ahead to week 17. Jerry likes how some Giants players are being honest about the importance of this Sunday's game and Sal thinks they will easily beat the Colts. If they somehow don't, it could ruin all of the good feelings from this season. CLo returns for an update and before he starts, the guys ponder week 18 flex possibilities. The Knicks were done in by Luka Doncic, who authored one of the greatest individual games in NBA history. Younger Knicks fans frustrate Sal. The Commanders are returning to Carson Wentz at QB. Jerry sees having a good record in close games as a positive, not a negative. In the final segment of the hour, Jerry and Sal discuss how fan behavior is getting more and more disgusting after someone sent an awful message to Dak Prescott on social media. Hour 4: The legend Joe Benigno joins us in the studio before his own show today. They discuss Jets games they've seen through the years. Joe begs the Jets to get into the playoffs and seems confident in their defense for the last two games against the Seahawks and Dolphins. Sal is less keyed up about them. Joe does like some of Joe Douglas' draft picks even though Zach Wilson has not panned out. Mike White has to show something for them to win but the QB situation next year is still in question. They also criticize the Jets coaching. In the end, if they don't get in this year they have to do it next year for sure. C-Lo joins us for one more time this year. Audio of Mike Breen's exciting call from the end of Q4 of Knicks/Mavs. A discussion of Tik Tok & YouTube, how people make millions putting up videos there and whether Sal should do vids featuring his dog. Tom Thibodeau audio after the Knicks loss. Luka Doncic being told he set a record. Nets will go for ten wins in a row. Sam Rosen calling end of Rangers loss to Caps. C-Lo complains about NY Rangers ticket prices and availability. Shoutout to U.S. National Team in the World Juniors. Denver Broncos fire Head Coach Nathaniel Hackett. In the final segment, they discuss a family driving across the country from Phoenix to Boston to see the Winter Classic because of the flight cancellations. They also discuss how road trips aren't as fun as they used to be.
On Episode 421 of Spittin' Chiclets, the guys are joined by Erik Cole and Derek Forbort. Derek joined (00:54:45) to discuss the upcoming Winter Classic, playing with Biz, his dog Darla and tons more. But first, the fellas open the pod discussing the World Juniors and how their holiday season went. The guys are then joined by Erik Cole 01:30:58) to discuss his career, winning the cup, and the recent sandbagger.You can find every episode of this show on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or YouTube. Prime Members can listen ad-free on Amazon Music. For more, visit barstool.link/schiclets
On this Tuesday Edition of ENN Anthony is still filling in for Peter and discusses with Dan and Ty the Giants-Colts game, the Jets future with Zach Wilson, what Santa does when it's not Christmas, JJ Watt announcing his retirement from the NFL at seasons' end, the Nets winning nine in a row, a surprising Eastern Conference so far this year, James Harden reportedly going back to Houston next year, the World Juniors on NHL Network, and MUCH more! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Jeff chats with James Boyd, GM of the Ottawa 67's, about the process of selecting the players for Team Canada, getting three players back from the NHL for the tournament, and his expectations for both Connor Bedard and Adam Fantilli. Former NHLer and author of "Pain Killer: A Memoir of Big League Addiction", Brantt Myhres looks back on the process of writing his book, his battle with addiction, and the idea of “fighting sober” (15:32). We wrap up with The Athletic's Mike Russo, who chats about his piece on Ryan Reaves, Jacob Middleton being one of the more interesting characters on the Wild, and the potential goaltending controversy brewing in Minnesota (41:50). 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.
JAKUB VRANA HAS RETURNED. Finally, a small bit of good news for the Detroit Red Wings. Tune in as we discuss Detroit's frustrating loss to the Ottawa Senators, including special teams letting down Derek Lalonde's squad, Dylan Larkin playing injured, Filip Hronek & Jake Walman doing well while the Ben Chiarot - Moritz Seider pairing continues to produce mixed results, Husso's efforts, break-in woes, & more (5:35). We also take a look at the outlook for Hockeytown, whether the playoffs are still possible, how this may affect Steve Yzerman's trade deadline strategy, & more (15:30). Of course, the surprising but welcome news that Jakub Vrana has been made eligible to return to the Detroit Red Wings by the NHL/NHLPA Player Assistance Program. What kind of impact can he have? How long will it take him to get to game speed? What's next? (25:10) We're joined by Tony Ferrari of The Hockey news to talk all things 2023 NHL Draft (including Connor Bedard, Adam Fantilli, Matvei Michkov, & more), Red Wings prospects (Mazur, Kasper, Buchelnikov), & the 2023 World Juniors (33:31). Also, Alexander Ovechkin's hunt to pass Gordie Howe's 801 goals (56:05), the Vancouver Canucks making players like Horvat and Hughes available (1:01:30), the NHL's proposed scheduling change (1:05:50), and LOTS more - enjoy! Head over to wingedwheelpodcast.com to find all the ways to listen, how to support the show, and so much more. WWP "Mickey Redmond" Flannels: https://www.wingedwheelpodcast.com/product-page/wwp-mickey-redmond-flannel-special-edition WWP Night at the LCA tickets: DetroitRedWings.com/WWP
WHAT. A. GAME. The Detroit Red Wings walk away from Tampa Bay with a win in regulation, but not without some drama first! Tune in as the Winged Wheel Podcast breaks down the game, including an absolutely heroic effort from Ville Husso, Rasmussen, Erna, Berggren, & Perron contributing (with Hronek staying hot), the Husso vs. Vasilevskiy battle, whether Detroit "Deserved" the win, & more (6:53). Also, the importance of the win for Derek Lalonde returning to Tampa Bay (where Jeff Blashill has his old job) & getting the win there (18:20), & whether Ville Husso deserves Vezina consideration if Detroit hangs onto a playoff spot (20:25). Of course, more has to be said about Jonatan Berggren, the Filip Hronek - Olli Maatta pairing, & more about what's clicking on Steve Yzerman's roster (26:10). We take a look ahead at the Red Wings schedule, their playoff hopes, and Alex Nedeljkovic's opportunity in net (33:25), and also get a bit "gear nerd-y" by talking about Filip Hronek's stick change that may have made a big difference (39:55), and an update on Simon Edvinsson not playing for Team Sweden, how he's doing with the Grand Rapids Griffins, as well as Hockeytown's overall World Juniors representation (Buium, Red Savage) (43:55). Finally, some NHL news in Shane Wright, the NHL playoff picture, & a Connor Bedard update (49:05) - all that & LOTS more, enjoy! Head over to wingedwheelpodcast.com to find all the ways to listen, how to support the show, and so much more. WWP "Mickey Redmond" Flannels: https://www.wingedwheelpodcast.com/product-page/wwp-mickey-redmond-flannel-special-edition WWP Night at the LCA tickets: DetroitRedWings.com/WWP
On Episode 407 of Spittin' Chiclets, the guys are joined by Keith Yandle and Mason McTavish. Keith joined for a major announcement regarding his future in the NHL, the Flyers locker room, and all the NHL news the guys missed this summer. The boys also make a major announcement regarding the NYPD vs FDNY hockey game. Then McTavish joined(1:11:43) to discuss his World Juniors heroics, the Ducks, playing with Bedard and more. The guys wrap up with some random topics, including a Grinds My Gears segment with Rear Admiral, Golf, and tons more.
THE BOYS ARE BACK! On Episode 403 of Spittin' Chiclets, the guys are joined by Mike Vernon. The former NHL Goalie joined (01:40:47) to discuss his career, fighting Patrick Roy, winning the Cup and tons more. The boys open the show with a long over due summer catch up, including a Pink Whitney Tour recap with Pasha. There is also a major live show announcement. Between Kadri, the World Juniors, and all of the other NHL news, the boys were filled with topics to close out the show.