Wendel Clark Welcome to Joe Tilley Sports and we’ve got another amazing show for you. Our guest today. Was a Star defenceman with the Saskatoon Blades of the WHL Was a key piece for a Canadian team that captured a gold medal for at the world Junior Championship in 1985 First pick overall by Leafs in ‘85 draft On The All Rookie Team 793 games in the NHL over a 15 year Career 330 goals, 234 assists for 564 points 1,690 penalty minutes. A 2-time All-Star “Captain Crunch” COVID-19
How Tough are Today's NHL Players with Wendel Clark
The Sign Off: A Frameworth Podcast
It's almost impossible to talk about the best teams or players to ever take to the ice without someone bringing up the fact that "the game is way too different today to start comparing eras."While that might be true in a general sense, one aspect of the current NHL seems to be overlooked quite frequently: toughness. Are modern NHL players less tough than the breed of athlete we used to see decades ago? Or have the rules changed so much around them that that type of play simply doesn't work anymore? Who better to ask than one of the most well rounded, toughest players to ever lace up the skates? We're joined in studio by Wendel Clark to get his perspective on the modern NHL, and how the league uses the idea of "toughness" as a selling point to attract new viewers.
#71 - Matt And Wray Welcome Wendel Clark To The Podcast!
YXE Sports Podcast with Matt Morrison
One of Saskatchewan's favourite NHL players, Wendel Clark pops by the podcast for an interview with Matt and Wray.SHOW SPONSORSWendel Clark's Classic Grill and BarPetrofka OrchardMelius Terra Media and Events
#102 Our Special Guest: Former Leaf Captain WENDEL CLARK!
We're joined today by former Toronto Maple Leafs captain Wendel Clark!Wendel and Russ reminisce about their days playing together in Toronto.Wendel talks about his childhood in Saskatchewan and why hockey won out over farming!A hilarious story about Bill DerlagoDave Lumley was always tight with a buckMemories of their head coaches Dan Maloney and John BrophyRuss always appreciated having such a talented linemate who was always the best bodyguardWhat made Gary Leeman one of the best athletes the boys have ever seenWhy Wendel and Russ never minded the pressure of playing in TorontoWendel has a hilarious response about the classic 1993 Western Final vs LAClarkie had a good fighting history with Marty McSorleyWhy was Wendel so late to fighting in hockey?They discuss recent lawsuits by former junior hockey players who complain they were pushed into being fightersWendel and Russ swap minor hockey coaching stories and Russ talks about Auston Matthews early greatness.The unique way that Wendel found out he was traded from Toronto after 9 years there.What Wendel thinks about the Leafs' playoff chances this springSome high accolades for construction of the Winnipeg Jets
Squid and the Ultimate Leafs Fan Podcast: Wendel Clark
The Hockey News Podcast
Wendel Clark joins Mike Wilson and Rick Vaive on the show this week to talk about policing on-ice fights, the biggest change hockey since the 80s and his career with the Toronto Maple Leafs, from start to finish
One of the greatest Blades of all time, if not the greatest, Wendel Clark jumps on in a special edition of Blades Uncut. Mitch and Les chat with the legend about his two seasons with the Blades, being the first overall selection in the 1985 NHL Entry Draft, his long-standing career with the Toronto Maple Leafs, and life since retiring in 2000. The guys also ask Clark about his gritty style of play in junior, and how he created a name for himself as a professional. Mitch and Les also present a new trivia question to listeners, and announce last week's trivia question winner. After touching on a few news items in the hockey world, the guys chit-chat about Halloween and discover Les's love for binge-watching TV shows.
Thanks to our friends at Frosted Flakes, Wendel Clark joined The Steve Dangle Podcast to talk about the Stanley Cup Playoffs, share some old stories, and enjoy some Frosted Flakes.Watch the interview here: https://youtu.be/KZ6schBC2dAMerch: https://teespring.com/en-GB/stores/fancydangleshirtsFollow us on Twitter:@Steve_Dangle, @AdamWylde, & @JesseBlakeFollow us on Instagram:@SteveDangle, @AdamWylde, & @Jesse.BlakeSubscribe to us on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/steve-dangle-podcast/id669828195?mt=2 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
There are some names in hockey that just scream an identity, in this case, it's Wendel Clark. The Kelvington, Saskatchewan native is one of the toughest pound-for-pound players to ever play in the NHL. Notice we're saying player and not a fighter. Clark could throw but he could also flat-out play. Now an ambassador, something we all strive to be, with the Toronto Maple Leafs, Clark is living his best life as an icon with one of the most storied franchises in NHL history. Just like fighting, hitting, and scoring were trademarks of Clark's game, so was a devastating back injury. He endured four-hour-a-day rehab sessions just to allow him to play. But beyond all that, he has a great perspective on today's game and on the current state of the Leafs. He also talks about fighting and how the way players train to be fighters has led to a major reduction in fighting in today's game. This interview will make you laugh as well as take you into the minds of one of the most popular names in NHL history. Clark doesn't talk much nowadays but when he does people listen. Check out this exclusive, one of a kind, conversation with Cam and Strick.
Wendel Clark, former NHL star forward, joins the show to discuss a variety of topics, including:- Conquer COVID-19 initiative, living in isolation- Being drafted first overall in 1985 NHL Draft- 1993 Leafs playoff run and losing to Gretzky- Current Leafs: Andersen, RIelly, Matthews... and more