EPISODE #78If you're into hockey, this ones for you! & some golf too. Cole Perfetti, Winnipeg Jets superstar joins the pod this week!Cole's story is an incredible one. The journey through minor hockey playing with Bryce's younger brothers, leaving his close knit family to play junior, representing Team Canada in the World Juniors, to being drafted in the first round - 10th overall by the Winnipeg Jets.We also chat about scoring his first NHL goal and of course his love for the game of golf!We hope you enjoy the different approach to this episode! If you do, you can follow Cole's career through social media.Cole Perfetti's Instagram Check out our new site & merchFollow On The Screws Podcast on Instagram!Subscribe on YouTube!Intro Ft. RORY Blaklroy Golf (@roryblaklroy) • Instagram photos and videosOn The Screws Podcast LinktreeManscaped - The Best In Men's GroomingUSE PROMO CODE - OTSGOLF - 20%OFF + FREE SHIPPINGManscaped - The Best In Men's Grooming USE PROMO CODE - OTSGOLF - 20%OFF + FREE SHIPPING
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Be sure to check out Sound Running's Coverage of the 5000m event we discuss in this episode on May 6th. You can access the PPV LINK HERE for $5.99. Seems really fair to us. Tomek & Steve give a short review of the Boston Marathon & anticipate the coming action in outdoor track & field this summer. Steve's Most Anticipated Cade Flatt - HS 800 runner. Want to see if he can run 1:46,45 to break the HS record. Only two HSers under 1:46 ever. Love his attitude. Focusing on World Juniors. Love his attitude & approach. He's into MMA & brings that warrior mindset to an event that may be the closest to a MMA fight in energy & ferocity. https://trackandfieldnews.com/high-schooler-cade-flatt-focusing-on-no-1-in-the-800/Tomek: I like Cade. Women's 800m at US Champs & World Champs - With Ajee WIlson's win at WIC, how will Athing Mu respond? How does the new guard (Mu, Raeven Rogers, Michaela Meyer, Allie WIlson) of American women in the 800m respond to the “older” guard (A.Wlson, Kate Grace, Chanelle Price). There are HS athletes who we are still seeing amazing things from recently (Roisin WIllis-17 yo Sr - 2:00.05), Sophia Gorriaran-16 yo Jr -2:00.58) with new HS records this indoor season. That's just the US. At WIC we missed seeing the two UK women who were finalist & one a medalist at the Games, I expect to see many epic battles at this distance. Watch the women's 800m OT Final 8 of the 9 finalists went under 2:00 & the 9th finished (Nia Atkins) fell down in the first 200m. Tomek: For sure, that would be interesting. Especially, this is going to be Athing's first full pro year: Less races, more pressure to perform when it counts etc. At least she is at the same training/life environment as last year. Elise Cranny - She's run 14:33i & 30:14 out. SHe has ferocity, hunger, mental toughness & is poised to be our most competitive 5K/10K athlete in multiple generations. I won't be surprised with a WC medal in Eugene & the women's world elite 5K/10K is not a place we expect to see an America woman from a tiny town in Colorado. Expect Jerry to have her ready & there is a seething anger boiling in the bellies of the Bowerman women. I expect Cranny to be all piss & vinegar at the WC Trial & WC in Eugene. Tomek: Also Karrisa Schwizer is back. And I doubt she wants to give away #1 5K-er to Elise ;-) But Elise showed good 1500m speed in her last race, which makes her hard to beat at 5k. Men's 1500/5K - With the Ingebretsen/Cheryuiot duels now at an epic level how will the rest of the world respond, esp the surging Aussie/UK threats. Add an invigorated Ethiopian contingent & a rested recovered Cheptegei at the 5K, we are in for a very exciting series of races where Jakob now has the full weight of the pressure on his shoulders. Additionally, we have Grant Fisher/Mo Ahmed in the 5K/10K where the can be expected to be in the mix. This will be very interesting. Tomek: 1500m I bet Jakob is only thinking about WR :-) But then again, lots of changes in Team Ingebritsen Tomek's Most Anticipated: US 1500m Can youngsters repeat 2021: Hocker, Hobbs, NeguseIs Centro done? Christian Nobel's new D2 3:36:00 record Donovan Brazier vs World Sifan Hassan — what are her goals in 2022? It's going to be epic either way Sprints Women: Abby Steiner (how fast she can go?)Sha'Carri Richardson (if she doesn't perform, is going to quit?) Brittany Brown — can she be new US star? Jamaica vs USMen:Marcel Jocob vs Americans How fast can Erriyon Knighton go 200m? Vs Noah LylesMatthew Boling — only him and Carl Lewis sub 10, sub 20, >8m LJ. What is his future?
BUFFALO SABRES Legend, and former NHL enforcer, BRAD MAY joins the show to chat about his hockey career, including the famous "Mayday Goal", winning the Stanley Cup, playing for Brian Burke, and playing 1000 games in the league!He also chats about the 1991 World Juniors in Sask, and what he's up to in retirement!Siggy and Ryan weigh in on the Raptors chances of coming back, the NHL teams and players with the most pressure this postseason, and the impacts of Guy LaFleur and Mike Bossy!Also, Ben Simmons is the worst, fans need to chill out, and Baker Mayfield deserves better.Plus, the guys debate who the greatest NHL enforcer of all time is in HEAVYWEIGHT BOUT presented by ONE BONE!!LET'S GET WEIRD!!
Chris Hofley of the Ottawa Sports and Entertainment Group is in the cohost's seat for your Monday morning podcast as we have a little craft beer and a mystery beverage to kickstart your week. We'd love it if you'd take a second to support the podcast by leaving a rating and a review there on your podcast app. It just takes a moment and helps us out a ton! So much to get to with Hof including his most recent California vacation, changes around the Ottawa REDBLACKS over the offseason, why people can't stop trying to tinker with the CFL, the Ottawa Senators and Ottawa 67s teaming up to try to convince Hockey Canada to bring the World Juniors to the Nation's Capital, whether the Sens are on the right track to make the Stanley Cup Playoffs next season, the Toronto Maple Leafs chances of going deep when the NHL's second season kicks off next week and lots more. Follow our pal Chris Hofley on Twitter @ChrisHofley and on IG @HofOnSports. Don't forget that the new book by friend of the show Michael Barclay - “Hearts on Fire: Six Years That Changed Canadian Music” comes out this week. Make sure you have your copy preordered here: https://amzn.to/3vETsvt (https://amzn.to/3vETsvt) Give the show a follow on social media @TallCanAudio
It's Easter Monday. Some of you are back to work. Some of you are enjoying an extra long weekend. No matter which group you fall in to, TCA has you covered. Let's go! Help us out and make sure you leave a rating and a review there inside your podcast app. It makes a huge difference for us and just takes you a second. So much to get to today including a couple gift beers from a friend of the show, the latest thoughts on the Toronto Blue Jays following another week of action, Vladimir Guerrero Jr's huge night at Yankee Stadium, trying a little bourbon that's got a tie to the UFC, which NHL record will be the hardest for anyone to reach, New York Islanders legend Mike Bossy passes away at 65 years old, the Toronto Maple Leafs and Ottawa Senators lock up in the Nation's Capital, the Auston Matthews debate rages on, the World Juniors is coming back to Canada and tons more. Interested in checking out either of those sports autobiographies Rob referenced during the podcast? ”Tomorrow I'll Be Perfect” by Dave Stieb. https://amzn.to/3xA5Dwd (https://amzn.to/3xA5Dwd) “Boss: The Mike Bossy Story” https://amzn.to/3ElxSQC (https://amzn.to/3ElxSQC) Give the show a follow on social media @TallCanAudio.
Real Kyper & Bourne are joined by Sportsnet's Sam Cosentino to look ahead to the NHL career of Sabres' prospect Owen Power, who's set to make his debut tonight, before sharing his thoughts on Matthew Knies' future and what to expect when the World Juniors resume this summer (00:52). To wrap up, Nick, Justin & Producer Sam sort through the news & notes from around the NHL and help get you set for tonight's Leafs-Sabres tilt (25:54)! Watch on YouTube! 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.
Tonight's special guest is Andrea Kelly, skip of Team New Brunswick and bronze medalist at this year's Scotties Tournament of Hearts that was held in Thunder Bay Ontario. Andrea gives us a quick description of how curling works and how many players are on a team. In 2005 Andrea and her junior team won the provincials and went on to the nationals that were held in Fredericton, the support Andrea and her team were getting was incredible. Her team played in the finals against team Alberta and with the help of a wonderful shot and some extra sweeping, they ended up pulling it out and winning the gold medal, amazing. They ended up representing Canada that year at the World Juniors in Pinerolo, Italy and ended up winning the bronze that year. We talk about how the team has changed over the years and how life sometimes just happens. Having good dynamics and really enjoying each other's company helps in having a good quality team and we chat about that. This year was Andrea's 10th time representing New Brunswick at the Scotties and next year is going to be her 11th and we have all the confidence in the world in Andrea. Andrea tells us about how she stays motivated and the amazing things that come out of being involved in curling, it is her zone. We can tell by chatting with Andrea just how driven and determined she really is. Loves being busy and always trying new things and for the last few years, she has taken up cycling. We talk about the results at the Scotties for team Andrea and we discuss how it all went down. Lots of wonderful stories from Andrea and it's so wonderful to talk with Andrea and see how much she loves Curling and her positivity to always get better. Check out our Facebook page and see all the people we have interviewed so far, lots of smiling faces and motivational stories: https://www.facebook.com/search/top?q=motivate%20to%20move
Episode 67 of the "New Ice City" podcast features Providence College and U.S. World Juniors head coach Nate Leaman to discuss the growth of New York Rangers prospect Brett Berard. Plus, host Vincent Mercogliano offers his insight into Braden Schneider's budding confidence, Igor Shesterkin's recent frustrations and the overall mood around the Blueshirts as they inch toward the playoffs.
Episode 11 – The boys highlight some recent NHL news including Keith Yandle’s Iron Man streak coming to an end, the Ducks & Coyotes donnybrook and Trevor Zegras’ postgame comments, Leon Draisaitl hitting the 50 goal mark this season, Ryan Getzlaf’s retirement announcement, and much more! The High Slot gang also discussed their weekly hometown Bruins recap and talked about the team’s recent performance. This week’s guest, Patrick Moynihan, is a former gold medalist at the 2021 World Junior Championships, a New Jersey Devils prospect, and current member of the Providence Friars hockey team. Moyni and the boys had the chance to talk about the Friars past season and how the team is shaping up for next year. The boys also talked to Moyni about the 2021 gold medal-winning World Juniors team and his experience with the US National Development Program. The boys wrap up this week’s episode by taking a trip to the gambling corner and look at some highly anticipated matchups across the NHL this weekend. You’ll get to hear their analysis on these games as well as some best bets for the weekend to put some coin in your pocket. Sit back, relax, and enjoy the show! Produced by @Hedgebettor & Gold Paved Media
Despite a travel day to Carolina, the Montreal Canadiens remained very busy across to organization as they prepare to take on the Carolina Hurricanes on Thursday. The team announced that it had signed 2021 fifth round pick Joshua Roy to an entry-level contract on Wednesday morning, a well-deserved deal considering how strong a year Roy has had in the QMJHL. The Sherbrooke Phoenix forward has 92 points on the year, second in the league and has been on fire since being cut from the World Juniors squad. Scott and Laura have some details on his contract, and muse on the thought of him joining the Laval Rocket when his season is over. A radio interview with the Canadiens VP of Communications Chantal Machabée made the rounds on Twitter as she discussed how Cole Caufield has found a second wind after a disastrous start to his rookie season. With the revelation that Caufield was told to tone down who he is by the previous management group, is it any wonder why the Habs struggled to find long-term success? Scott and Laura take a look at how Cole got his swagger back, and what that means for the budding star going into the future. Finally, it was the first day of practice for Jordan Harris and the hosts want to know, could he debut sooner than we thought? They also break down his press conference where he discussed why he finally signed with the Canadiens, and the impact Kent Hughes had on his decision. While Marc Bergevin and his team did draft Harris, Hughes appears to have been the voice that sold the 21 year old defender on a plan for the future, and that's perfectly okay to admit. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On this episode of The Cross-Check NHL Show, Russia's invasion of Ukraine has cast a pall over the world at large, with the hockey world also being impacted quite strongly. With Andrew Berkshire unavailable, Sarah Avampato of Locked On Kings joins Mary Clarke for today's show. First, the Los Angeles Kings have put themselves in an advantageous position in the Pacific Division to make some noise in the playoffs. Sarah breaks down just why the Kings have been so good this year, from Jonathan Quick in net to new fan-favorite Phillip Danault, and discusses how far Los Angeles can go. Next, Alex Ovechkin spoke to the media about Russia's invasion of Ukraine. Though it was not the answer many were hoping for, hockey journalists were in the right to ask Ovechkin, given his relationship to Vladimir Putin. Not only that, the International Ice Hockey Federation has banned Russia and Belarus from events and has stripped the 2023 World Juniors from the country as well. Mary and Sarah wrap up the hockey talk with a plea for the Toronto Maple Leafs to get Jack Campbell help in net before transitioning to the pop culture roulette, where Sarah discusses her new-found love for Critical Role. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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.
TSN Hockey Host James Duthie joined OverDrive earlier today and got into a number of things including how he sees the guys as coaches, the World Junior tournament happening later this summer & whether the Oilers can make the playoffs with their current tandem of goaltenders.
Chris is celebrating the first anniversary of launching Hockey Sense with another Q&A episode of Talking Hockey Sense. He answers a wide-ranging set of questions on everything from college free agents to watch, NCAA hockey recruiting, the college coaching carousel, the rescheduled 2022 World Juniors and a lot of individual NHL prospects. If you love prospect talk, there's a whole bunch of that here.
The Winter Olympics have concluded for the North American teams with Canada winning gold over the U.S. in women's hockey and the men's teams both getting bounced in the quarterfinals. Chris runs down his own thoughts on the Olympic hockey tournaments and also chats about the IIHF's rescheduling plans for cancelled tournaments like the World Juniors. After that, Chris welcomes his friend Matt Moran, a former junior hockey scout, to share some philosophies of scouting for junior hockey, some of the funny stories from his career and a lot of thoughts on current events in the game. As someone Chris spends a lot of time talking hockey with, Moran and Peters are bringing those conversations to the audience. Don't forget to subscribe, rate and review this podcast.
It's a great day to be Canadian as Team Canada claims victory in the Gold Medal Game of Women's Hockey at the Winter Olympics. Our pal Michaela Schreiter of She's Got Game on TSN Radio joins us to break it all down. We'd love it if you'd take a moment to leavers a rating on your podcast app. It just takes a second and helps us out a ton. Matt and Michaela break down the game as well as point at which players stood out and made the difference for this Canadian squad. Plus has Marie Philip Poulin cemented her spot as the greatest women's hockey player in Canadian history and is this the best edition of Team Canada we've ever seen? Plus - the IIHF has rescheduled the previously postponed World Juniors and Women's Under 18s until later this summer. What implications are there for hosting these events at an unusual time or what wrinkles might it create for the teams? That and tons more on an international hockey-centric episode of TCA. Catch Michaela Schreiter across the TSN Radio Network each weekend on She's Got Game and follow her on social media @Schreids. And follow the show on social media @TallCanAudio.
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.
WE'RE BACK!!SASKATCHEWAN RUSH Star MARK MATTHEWS joins the show to chat about some of the best moments of his lacrosse career, the team's move from Edmonton to Saskatoon, winning 3 NLL Championships, and the team's biggest challenge this season!He also chats about what it's like playing in Saskatoon and some of his favourite things about the city!Siggy and Ryan touch on the NFL Playoffs, the NHL's disastrous Covid situation, the World Juniors.Also, the NHL All-Star format needs to go, why no one should sign Evander Kane, and Djokovic's Aussie Open stunt.AND, the debut of HEAVYWEIGHT BOUT presented by ONE BONE.LET'S GET WEIRD!!
In this episode you learn Mathieu Garon's Road To The NHL including his ups and downs. You will hear how he had Roberto Luongo as his back up in Junior to how he became the goalie for Team Canada at the World Juniors and how he played his first NHL game and won the Stanley Cup. You will also find out one of the funny pranks Mathieu's goalie partner Marc Andre Fleury pulled on Detroit Red Wing fans one playoff year. Sit back and enjoy this Goalie Mindset Secrets Podcast.
The boys touch base via Zoom while Jesse sits in -30 degree weather in Canada. Thoughts on the World Juniors, Olympics, NHL and CIHL are given. Paul puts the boys to the test yet again with his weekly trivia questions and Jesse dishes out some lava hot takes on what he thinks is up in the NHL.
NHL prospect analyst Chris Peters joins Ground Control to chat about Chaz Lucius and Nathan Smith as the two players compete in the NCAA ranks. Plus he talks about what the World Juniors cancellation means draft eligible players and much more.Tyler is joined by Mitchell Clinton and Paul Edmonds to discuss the three-game road trip, Cole Perfetti's time with the Jets this season and they look ahead to what will be an interesting next few weeks for the club.
(Episode 34) Nick is joined by Shane Ryan of the Sens Hour and Neil Villapiano of the Devils State of Mind Podcast to discuss all things NHL, as well as close the book on a shortened World Juniors Tournament. Tune In!!!! Topics Include: Best of World Juniors 2022 (What we saw) Biggest Surprise in the NHL Best Story So Far in the NHL Dawson Mercer vs. Tim Stutzle Sens vs. Devils (Which Will Make Playoffs First) Hockey Hotbed 3 Stars of the Week Jump out of bed and into The Hockey Hotbed! Join host Nick Brlansky as he discusses all the weekly storylines, top performances, and best moments of the NHL season. Monthly power rankings, weekly three stars, and interviews with guests from every NHL market! Tune In! New episodes every Tuesday and Friday. @HockeyHotbedPod @Hockeypodnet Presented by DraftKings - Use Promo Code THPN at sign up for exclusive offers!
Jimmy goes into the woods and emerges a hero…as if his new TikTok stardom didn't go to his head already. After surviving a porch pirate scare, the boys address the cancelation of the World Juniors, and James tells a hilarious story about the O Dog from their brief time in Edmonton. The boys pay their respects to Betty White, take umbrage with Pat Sajak, and get a sneak peak at one of Jimmy's home movies (lots of skin in Season 8!). PLUS: Week That Was, Things I Saw On Twitter, and Listener Mail! #WorldJuniors #TSN #WHJC #JuniorsCancelled #SavageWilderness #TikTok #TikTokStar #Owls #Hooters #OldJokes #CoolDadShoes #Jeopardy #WheelOfFortune #BettyWhite #GameOfThrones #PatSajak #Audi #Odog
After an insane amount of events; False positive COVID test, hospital visit, a meeting with a viral hockey player in the World Juniors, missed NYE shows, missed flights and a bunch more malarky.... Damonde and Paul are back to catch up. Enjoy the episode! Happy New Year Micronaughts. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Mathieu Joseph, the two-time Stanley Cup wiinner joins the crew to talk about the experience of winning back-to-back stanley cups, his relationship with his younger brother and we find out if he has better music taste than his younger brother (13:07). But first the boys chop it up a bit, Elijah has just gotten over Covid and of course, Akil chimes in with his thoughts. Plus, the boys also discuss the cancellation of World Juniors.
The guys are all back together in Episode 12! It's our first episode of the New Year but Mitch is.... stuck in Montana? Why? And what are kids missing out on by having the World Juniors postponed? And how about the scouts around the world? And then we talk with Minnesota Wild Director of Amateur Scouting Judd Brackett, who talks about what scouts look for in players, why some players don't pan out and he shares horror stories from the road. Also -- it sounds like we're going to be heading to Cape Cod this summer...
A bonus bite size episode of the Grit and Bear It podcast, as I recap the no good, terrible, really bad week of the World Juniors. Which started in controversy and ended in cancellation. So, let's recap as much as an overactive mind can and have some fun along the way, maybe a laugh or 2. Part of The Hockey Podcast Network
New Year, New Episode. We ring in 2022 talking about the state of Covid in the NHL, the World Juniors disaster, and our opinions on the new Hating Game movie. Plus we recap some of our favorite stories, books, and music from 2021.Follow along @wetalkextensively (Instagram) and @talkextensively (Twitter). Have a question or topic you want us to cover? Send us an email @ firstname.lastname@example.org
We look back on the life of the great actress Betty White who passed away at 99 years of age on New Years Eve. Global Calgary's Cami Kepke joins us to talk about the cancellation of the World Juniors and the NHL outlook moving forward during the Omicrron outbreak. Handy Andy joins Shane to discuss How to make a custom t-shirt at home. Plus Can fitness apps be as effective as a personal trainer? And Elon Musk rejects claims that his satellites are hogging space. HEY, DO YOU LIKE PODCASTS? Why not subscribe to ours? find it on Apple, Google, Spotify & Curiouscast.ca See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Bears are back from the Holidays, and I am too in this MEGACAST, Bears struggle with COVID along with the NHL and World Juniors. After Xmas break the boys go up to face their rivals in WBS and continue said rivalry the following Wednesday. After a slight New Year's break, we face for the 1st time, the Bridgeport...ugh Islanders, I reset my take on the name change and recap our first of 3 meetings with the Ugh, Islanders. So much content packed into this near hour-long podcast, so let's do that hockey!
The Sens and Leafs are rusty and shorthanded as they prepare for Hockey Night in Canada in front of only 1000 fans. The World Juniors have been cancelled; 10th overall pick Tyler Boucher leaves school to join the Ottawa 67s; Ottawa native Zack Senyshyn has requested a trade. Would/should the Sens have any interest? Remembering Sens assistant coach E.J. McGuire and also the famous 1975 New Year's Eve classic between Montreal and the Soviet Union.
Marty's Illegal Stick' spotlights local hockey players in the Mohawk Valley of New York, and people that have connections to the NHL. Episode #57 will feature Bob Duff of DetroitHockeyNow.com! Bob covers the Detroit Red Wings extensively, has written several books about the sport of hockey, is a contributor for The Hockey News, Beckett Hockey, the NHL Guide, and Record Book, and much more! Bob talks about how he got started in hockey journalism, his early influences, the history of the game, and the revival of the Detroit Red Wings! Later Dom and Scott discuss the return of NHL games, the cancellation of the World Juniors as well as the NHL no longer participating in the Olympics, and Brad Marchand's feelings about it, how the long layoff could affect the Utica Comets, and the upcoming Winter Classic! Subscribe to Marty's Illegal Stick Hockey Podcast on YouTube, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and all major podcast platforms! Check out https://martysillegalstick.com and https://detroithockeynow.com for daily new hockey content! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mylittlefalls/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mylittlefalls/support
Episode 206 of Winnipeg Sports Talk Daily with Andrew "Hustler" Paterson and Michael Remis. They discuss the cancellation of the World Junior Hockey Championship and the Winnipeg Jets return to practice. Guest: Winnipeg Blue Bombers runningback Andrew Harris (18:05) and Chris Peters of DailyFaceoff on the World Juniors (47:05).
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 all the fallout surrounding cancelling the World Juniors, several LA prospects who were there, and a look ahead to what the Kings are facing in their battle for a […]
Episode 205 of Winnipeg Sports Talk Daily with Andrew "Hustler" Paterson and Michael Remis. They discuss the changes to the Winnipeg Jets schedule, Canada's dominance at the World Juniors and the death of John Madden. Guests: Tom Mayenknecht of The Sport Market (31:07), Murat Ates of The Athletic (52:09) and Lee "Hacksaw" Hamilton on the NFL (1:16:35).
Episode 204 of Winnipeg Sports Talk Daily with Andrew "Hustler" Paterson and Michael Remis. They return from Christmas weekend discussing the Winnipeg Jets practice, the newly formed taxi squad, the team's changed schedule and the World Juniors. Guests: CJOB analyst Jamie Thomas (19:42), Cam Robinson of Elite Prospects (57:22) and Mike McIntyre of the Winnipeg Free Press (1:22:08).
As the 10th overall pick, Tyler Boucher's absence from the World Juniors, combined with a sluggish start in college can't just be dismissed as meaningless. We update you on the Sens prospects who ARE playing in the tourney. Owen Power, Jake Sanderson and Simon Edvinsson are all going to be blue line beasts in the NHL's Atlantic Division. Will COVID permit the Sens return to play this Friday versus Pittsburgh or not? And play along as Steve accepts The Coach's All-Star Sens trivia challenge.
On this episode of Canucks After Dark, ParkersPucks and Canuck Clay discuss the upcoming week of Vancouver Canucks Hockey, including games against the Anaheim Ducks, Los Angeles Kings, and Seattle Kraken. Also discussed: The start of the World Juniors, and the NHL's withdrawal from Olympic Hockey. Video: https://youtu.be/G7T62duZP54 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/canucks-after-dark/message
Matt and Brandon welcome Hurricanes PA announcer Wade Minter onto the show to talk about the man behind the mic, preview the two pools for the upcoming 2022 World Juniors, and draft the Canes prospects attending for a little friendly wager.
Welcome to Barnacle Jim's Family Holiday Spectacular!! Jimmy butt dials on face time, Puffy struggles to find an alibi, Lester teaches us the origin of Sting's name, and Stoff stitches it all together. The boys look forward to the World Juniors, fawn over Charlie Woods, and learn the proper way to say Czech Republic. PLUS: Week That Was, Things On Twitter, BetSafe Breaking News, Rubber Boots Reacts and Puffy's Hypotheticals #ChristmasSpecial #HolidaySpecial #ButtDial #Alibi #Sting #Subway #MoonTalk #Astronomy #WJHC #WorldJuniors #TSN
Episode 203 of Winnipeg Sports Talk Daily with Andrew "Hustler" Paterson and Michael Remis. They discuss the NHL's pause, the upcoming World Juniors and the current state of the Winnipeg Jets. Guests: Scott Wheeler of The Athletic (19:20) and Winnipeg Jets play-by-play voice Paul Edmonds (45:36).
On today's episode, co-hosts Ellen and Steph are back with more on the latest of COVID-19 in sports, but today they're zooming out to discuss some bigger picture impacts of this latest surge. From teams essentially grabbing players off the street to leagues putting profits over people *eye roll* El and Steph get into all of it. Thank you to FanDuel for sponsoring today's episode! Somehow there's only one (!!!) NFL Sunday remaining in 2021, but it's not too late to get in the game thanks to our GIST-exclusive fantasy contest. Visit fanduel.com/gist to play now and submit your picks before Sunday at 1 p.m. ET. You got this. And a big shoutout to Jane's for also supporting today's pod! The World Juniors begin on Sunday, and we can't wait to see Team Canada in action, especially because the goalies will be wearing masks repping some of our favorite Canadian women hockey players. You know we love it. To learn more about how Janes is leveling the playing field, visit hockeycanada.ca/ALLIN. Show notes: The English Premier League's options for postponement More on The GIST: Subscribe: thegistsports.com/subscribepod Twitter: @thegistpod Email: email@example.com IG: @thegistca @thegistusa
Covid wreaks havoc on the NHL, Avalanche on pause until after Christmas, Olympics unlikely for NHLers, Avs had option to postpone vs Nashville, EBUG time, 3-on-3 overtime, Marc-Andre Fleury, World Juniors, fans throwing jerseys on ice, Ben Bishop retires
Welcome back to Leafs Late Night w/ Roscoe, The Fanalyst, and Biehn! The newest member in the rotation! Justin will be bringing in depth looks at the Leafs prospects and who to watch for in the World Juniors!But before that... What happened there? Leafs blow a 4-1 lead to the Blackhawks and barely make it out with a 5-4 win in regulation thanks to a lucky bounce and Kampf Kampfing like a Kampfer. We'll take the 2pts! Join us for the full breakdown.Break music: The Whythouse - She Said HiNew Single Available Now!*12 GAMES OF GIVEAWAYS!*Another show, another winner, another CODE WORD!Send it in to WIN :)GO LEAFS GO
Episode 10 of Hockey with Hultzy was a very special episode for Lucas as he brought on one of his biggest role models, his father Jim. Lucas and Jim talked about Jim's success in coaching, including some of the amazing names he coached throughout his career. Jim told some amazing and funny stories including the 2005 World Juniors. If you love a funny episode with great storytelling, this one is for you.